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Application Data

CONTENTS

 

Page

 

Page

COMPRESSOR PHYSICAL DATA . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . 1

Determining Intermediate Pressure . . . . . . . . . .

. . . 31

OPEN-DRIVE COMPRESSORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. 2-29

Gas Desuperheating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . 31

Operating Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . 2

Liquid Cooling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 31

Discharge Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . 2

Oil Separators and Lubrication. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 31

High Compression Ratio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . 2

Control Pressurestat for Booster

 

Suction Gas Superheat. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . 2

Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 32

Keeping Liquid Refrigerant Out of

 

Discharge Valve Springs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 33

Compressor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . 2

Water-Cooled Heads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 33

Compressor Capacity Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . 4

Motor Selection Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 33

Compressor Features and Accessories . . . . . . .

. . . 4

Compressor Starting Torque . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 33

Capacity Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 19

Selection Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 33

Hot Gas Bypass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 26

CONDENSERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

37-40

Motor Selection Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 27

Condenser Physical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 37

Drive Packages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 27

Condenser Selection Considerations . . . . . . . . .

. . 37

BOOSTER COMPRESSORS FOR REFRIG-

 

Condenser Duty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 37

ERANT 12, 22, 502, AND 507/404A . . . . . . . . .

29-37

Pulldown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 37

Booster Application Data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 29

Fouling and Fouling Factors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 37

Rating Basis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 29

Water Circuiting Arrangements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 39

“R” Factors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 29

Economics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 39

Multistage System Pointers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 29

Condenser Performance with

 

Safety Factors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 29

Ethylene Glycol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 39

COMPRESSOR PHYSICAL DATA (Table 1)

Table 1 — Open-DriveCompressors

COMPRESSOR MODEL

 

5F20

5F30

5F40

5F60

5H40

5H46

5H60

5H66

5H80

5H86

5H120

5H126

Nominal Horsepower

 

R-12,R-134a

5

71/

10

15

25

40

40

50

50

75

75

100

 

 

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R-22

10

15

20

25

40

60

60

75

75

100

125

150

 

 

R-502,R-507/404A

10

15

20

25

40

60

60

75

75

100

125

150

Number of Cylinders

 

2

3

4

6

4

4

6

6

8

8

12

12

Bore (in.)

 

21/

21/

21/

21/

31/

31/

31/

31/

31/

31/

31/

31/

Stroke (in.)

 

 

2

2

2

2

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

 

2

2

2

2

23/

37/

23/

37/

23/

37/

23/

37/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

16

4

16

4

16

4

16

Displacement Cfm at 1750 Rpm

19.8

29.8

39.8

59.6

92.4

115.5

138.4

173.0

184.7

231.0

276.8

346.0

Ratings in Tons*

 

R-12,R-134a

5.18

7.76

10.5

15.7

24.7

30.6

37.0

45.9

49.5

61.1

74.0

91.8

 

 

R-22

8.46

12.7

16.8

25.3

39.6

49.1

59.4

73.8

79.2

98.2

119.0

145.0

 

 

R-502

8.85

13.2

17.7

26.5

40.5

50.2

60.9

75.4

81.2

100.7

122.0

151.2

 

 

R-507/404A

8.40

12.56

16.77

25.17

38.48

47.72

57.73

71.58

76.98

95.47

115.47

143.19

Max Speed (rpm)

 

1750

1750

1750

1750

1750

1750

1750

1750

1750

1750

1750

1750

Min Speed (rpm)

 

For Lubrication

400

400

400

400

400

400

400

400

400

400

400

400

 

 

For Unloader Action

600

700

800

900

800

800

900

900

1100

1100

900

900

Net Oil Pressure (psig)†

 

45

45

45

45

45

45

45

45

45

45

45

45

Oil Charge (pt)

 

5

51/

12

13

18

18

21

21

41

41

61

61

 

 

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Normal Oil Level in Sight Glass

C.L.

C.L.

3/8

3/8

C.L.

C.L.

C.L.

C.L.

C.L.

C.L.

C.L.

C.L.

Above

Above

 

 

 

 

 

 

C.L.

C.L.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Min Oil Pressure for Unloader Action (psig)

22

28

35

35

35

35

35

35

35

35

35

35

Suction Line ODF (in.)

 

11/

15/

15/

21/

25/

25/

31/

31/

31/

31/

41/

41/

 

 

 

 

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

Discharge Line ODF (in.)

7/

8

13/

13/

15/

21/

21/

31/

31/

31/

31/

41/

41/

 

 

 

 

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

Bare Compressor Weight (lb)

175

215

355

400

610

610

795

795

1115

1115

1580

1580

LEGEND

C.L. — Center Line

ODF — Outside Diameter Female (in.)

*40 F saturated suction, 105 F saturated discharge, 15 F superheat, 0° F subcooling.

†Net oil pressure = oil pressure gage reading – suction pressure. The above oil pressure is typical with mineral or alkylbenzene oils. A slight increase in oil pressure may result with the use of PolyolEster (POE) oil.

Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.

Book

2

2

4

4

 

New Book

3

PC 802 Catalog No. 510-509Printed in U.S.A. Form5F,H/09RH-2XAPg 18-02Replaces:5F,H/09RH-1XA

Tab

2a

4a

3a

4b

 

 

Tab

DE1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OPEN-DRIVECOMPRESSORS

These compressors are designed to operate with Refrigerants 12, 22, 134a, 502, or 507/404A. See Table 1.

Operating Requirements — Satisfactory operation of a reciprocating compressor depends on 3 fundamental requirements:

1.Prevention of excess discharge temperature.

2.Adequate compressor lubrication.

3.A clean and dry system.

Discharge Temperature — The temperature at the discharge valves within the cylinders is a controlling factor. Some cooling of the discharge gas occurs before reaching the discharge stop valve, thus whenwater-cooledheads are used, this cooling is greater than it is without water cooling. To prevent excessive temperature at the compressor discharge valves, the following temperatures, when measured immediately following the discharge stop valve, must never be exceeded:

For nonwater-cooledheads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 275 F max Forwater-cooledheads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 250 F max

The approximate discharge gas temperature can be found by using the following equation:

 

 

 

 

 

N – 1

 

 

 

T2 = T1 (

P2

) N

 

 

P1

Where:

 

 

 

 

 

T2

=

Discharge temperature, F absolute

T1

=

Suction temperature, F absolute (including

 

 

superheat)

P2

=

Discharge pressure, psia

P1

=

Suction pressure, psia

N= Compression exponent of the gas (see Table 2)

Table 2 — Compression Exponent “N”

COMPRESSION

 

 

WITHOUT

 

WITH

 

RATIO

 

WATER-COOLED

WATER-COOLED

=

Discharge

 

 

 

HEADS*

 

HEADS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R-22

Suction psia

 

R-12

 

R-22

R-502

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

 

1.216

 

1.325

 

1.234

1.240

 

3

 

1.191

 

1.258

 

1.216

1.218

 

4

 

1.177

 

1.240

 

1.206

1.205

 

5

 

1.172

 

1.234

 

1.197

1.199

 

6

 

1.166

 

1.232

 

1.190

1.196

 

8

 

1.160

 

1.228

 

1.178

1.192

 

10

 

1.155

 

1.225

 

1.169

1.187

 

12

 

1.150

 

1.224

 

1.161

1.182

*For R-134aandR-507/404Arefer to the Carlyle Compressor Selection program (http://www.carlylecompressor.com/TechnicalInfo/Carwin.htm) to determine discharge temperature. The selection program can also be used forR-22andR-502in place of the discharge temperature formulas.

The value of compression exponent “N” depends upon the properties of gas compressed, degree of cooling in compressor jacket, leakages, etc.

To simplify discharge temperature calculations, the preceding formula may be stated in the following form:

T2

= [(460 + T1) x C] – 460

Where:

T2

=

Discharge temperature, F actual

T1

=

Suction gas temperature, F actual (including

 

 

superheat)

N – 1

C =

( P2 )N

P1

Values for “C” at various compression ratios are listed in Table 3.

Table 3 — “C” Factors

COMPRESSION

 

WITHOUT

 

WITH

 

RATIO

WATER-COOLED

WATER-COOLED

= Discharge psia

 

 

HEADS*

 

HEADS

 

Suction psia

 

R-12

 

R-22

R-502

R-22

 

 

 

2

 

1.14

 

1.17

 

1.13

1.15

3

 

1.19

 

1.25

 

1.22

1.22

4

 

1.23

 

1.31

 

1.27

1.27

5

 

1.26

 

1.36

 

1.30

1.31

6

 

1.29

 

1.40

 

1.33

1.34

8

 

1.33

 

1.47

 

1.37

1.40

10

 

1.36

 

1.53

 

1.40

1.44

12

 

1.38

 

1.57

 

1.41

1.47

*For R-134aandR-507/404Arefer to the Carlyle Compressor Selection program (http://www.carlylecompressor.com/TechnicalInfo/Carwin.htm) to determine discharge temperature. The selection program can also be used forR-22andR-502in place of the discharge temperature formulas.

Example:

 

 

 

Refrigerant 12

 

 

Compression Ratio

P2

= 8

P

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

Factor C = 1.33

 

 

Suction

Temperature,

T1 = 0° F saturated, superheated

to 65 F

 

 

 

Solution:

 

 

T2 =

[(460 + 65) x 1.33] – 460

=

698 – 460

 

 

=

238 F

 

 

Although exponents are shown for high compression ratios, these are for information only. Rating tables define allowable selection and operation limits.

High Compression Ratio — Avoid compressor operation at compressor ratios exceeding those covered in the rating tables. For operating conditions outside the limits shown in these tables, use 2-stage compression. Care must be taken to prevent the compressor from pulling down to levels outside the rating tables.

Suction Gas Superheat — Excessive suction gas superheat will result in abnormally high discharge temperatures, which must be avoided. When using Refrigerants 12, 134a, 502, and 507/404A it is recommended that the actual suction gas temperature not exceed the values in Table 4.

Table 4 — Actual Suction Gas Temperature

Limits (F) Refrigerants 12, 134a, 502, and

507/404A*

SATURATED SUCTION

–60

–50

–40

–30

–20

–10

0 AND

GAS TEMP

ABOVE

Actual

R-12

35

45

55

65

65

R-134a

65

Suction

Gas Temp

R-502

25

35

45

55

65

65

65

 

R-507/404A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*With Refrigerant 22, the suction gas superheat should never exceed 25 F for continuous operation.

Keeping Liquid Refrigerant Out of Compressor — Liquid refrigerant, or excessive amounts of entrained liquid particles in suction gas must be kept out of the compressor by proper system design and compressor control. Under operating conditions, presence of unevaporated liquid refrigerant in the compressor tends to break down oil film on cylinder walls, resulting in increased wear and loss of machine capacity.

During compressor operation, proper adjustment of the expansion valve will prevent excessive amounts of liquid from entering the compressor.

2

During compressor shutdown, gravity, thermal action and refrigerant absorption can result in a refrigerant and oil mixture in compressor crankcase. Gravity flow can be prevented by the use of recommended loops, but thermal action and the absorption of refrigerant by lubricating oil cannot be prevented by piping design.

For the above reasons, the compressor must be controlled during idle times by one of the following methods.

MINIMUM PROTECTION — The minimum protection that Carrier will allow is shown in Fig. 1. Actuated control thermostat energizes crankcase heater and closes the liquid line solenoid valve simultaneously. With crankcase heaters energized, the crankcase temperature is always held above shutdown temperature in the evaporator coil and there will be no refrigerant migration to the crankcase.

With this type of control, a control relay is required and crankcase heaters have to be energized when the compressor is not operating.

The control relay coil is located in parallel with the liquid line solenoid, and a normally open control relay contact is added in series with the compressor starter and other auxiliary safety devices.

When the thermostat calls for cooling, the solenoid valve opens and control relay is energized. This closes the relay contact and, if other safety devices are in their normal position, compressor will start. Simultaneously, the normally closed compressor auxiliary contact will open, removing crankcase heaters from the circuit.

When the thermostat is satisfied, the solenoid will close and control relay is deenergized. This opens relay contacts and compressor stops. This causes compressor auxiliary contacts to close, energizing crankcase heaters.

Specifications are sometimes written to call for a degree of protection greater than that afforded by the standard method. If this is the case, either single pumpout or automatic pumpdown control may be required.

CONTROL POWER

 

 

 

 

 

CONTROL

 

 

 

 

 

RELAY

 

 

 

EVAP

 

 

 

 

THERMO

AUX CONT

 

HIGH-

 

 

COMPR

SOLENOID

 

 

 

VALVE

 

PRESS.

 

 

 

STARTER

 

 

SWITCH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AUTO-

OIL

LOW-

CONTROL

 

OFF

RELAY

 

 

SWITCH

FAILURE

PRESS.

 

 

 

 

SWITCH

SWITCH

 

OIL FAILURE

OVERLOADS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SWITCH

 

COMPR

CRANKCASE

 

 

 

AUX CONT

HEATERS

 

 

 

Fig. 1 — Minimum Protection

AUTOMATIC PUMPDOWN CONTROL (Fig. 2) — Pumpdown control is the most effective means of compressor control in keeping liquid refrigerant out of the crankcase on system shutdown.

In the basic pumpdown control sequence, the thermostat controls the liquid line solenoid valve to stop or start the flow of refrigerant to the evaporator as required.

The pumpdown control system permits compressor cycling if a system malfunction allows low side pressure to rise. Although this cycling is sometimes considered objectionable, it illustrates need for maintenance attention and provides positive

protection against liquid refrigerant accumulating in the compressor crankcase.

Do not use pumpdown control with dry expansion coolers as it may cause frost pinching or freeze-up.Do not use pumpdown control with dry expansion coolers if it is anticipated that there will be short bursts of system operation, as this will result in a gradual loss of oil.

CONTROL POWER CIRCUIT

 

 

 

EVAP

SOLENOID

 

 

 

THERMO

AUX

VALVE

HIGH-

CONT

 

 

 

PRESS.

 

 

SWITCH

 

 

AUTO-

OIL

LOW-

 

OVERLOADS

OFF

 

 

 

SWITCH

FAILURE

PRESS.

 

COMPR

 

SWITCH

SWITCH

OIL FAILURE

 

STARTER

 

 

 

 

SWITCH

COMPR

CRANKCASE

HEATERS

AUX CONT

 

Fig. 2 — Automatic Pumpdown Control

SINGLE PUMPOUT CONTROL (Fig. 3) — Pumpout control is not as effective as pumpdown control in keeping liquid refrigerant out of the crankcase. However, it is usually satisfactory when used with crankcase heaters if pumpdown is not acceptable.

Single pumpout control is similar to pumpdown control, except that a pumpout relay is added, a normally open compressor auxiliary contact is necessary, and energizing of crankcase heaters is required at end of each operating cycle.

CONTROL POWER CIRCUIT

PUMPOUT

RELAY

COIL

 

 

 

EVAP

 

 

 

 

THERMO AUX CONT

 

HIGH-

 

 

 

SOLENOID

 

 

 

COMPR

VALVE

 

PRESS.

 

 

 

STARTER

 

 

SWITCH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AUTO-

OIL

LOW-

COMP

 

 

OFF

 

 

AUX

 

 

SWITCH

FAILURE

PRESS.

 

 

CONTACT

 

 

 

SWITCH

SWITCH

OIL FAILURE

OVERLOADS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUMPOUT

SWITCH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RELAY CONTACT

 

COMPR

CRANKCASE

 

 

 

AUX CONT

HEATERS

 

 

 

Fig. 3 — Single Pumpout Control

With single pumpout control, when the thermostat is satisfied, the compressor pumps down once and stops. It starts again only when the thermostat calls for cooling. In pumpdown control, the compressor cycles only on the low-pressureswitch, regardless of thermostat demands.

Do not use pumpout control with dry expansion coolers as it may cause frost pinching or freeze-up.

MANUAL PUMPDOWN — The compressor may be controlled manually without the use of pumpdown, or single pumpout control, and without crankcase heaters, provided the system is at all times under control of a qualified operator. The operator will pump down the system by use of manual valves and will keep liquid, suction and discharge valves closed when the machine is not operating.

3

Compressor Capacity Notes

1.

Compressor capacities are based on 1750 rpm and 15 F

 

 

subcooling for all unit sizes and refrigerants.

 

2.

Multiplying factors for other rpm:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RPM

1450

 

1160

 

 

Capacity

0.835

 

0.674

 

 

Bhp

0.798

 

0.602

 

 

See Multiplying Factors chart on page 31.

 

3.

 

Liquid subcooling greater than (less than) 15 F incorpo-

rated in ratings increases (decreases) system capacity by 1/2 of 1% for each degree of subcooling. When correcting for subcooling, brake horsepower does not change.

4.Refrigerant temperatures shown in Table 5 are saturation temperatures corresponding to pressures indicated at compressor. Actual gas temperatures are higher because of superheat.

5.Capacities are based on actual suction gas temperatures to compressor of 65 F for R-12,R-134a,R-502,andR-507/404A.(This assumes superheat is obtained from liquid suction interchanger or in evaporator.)

Capacity corrections, other than for rated suction gas temperatures, may be obtained by using Rating Basis and Capacity Multipliers Tables 6 and 7. Refrigerant-22suction gas superheat for ratings (15 F) normally occurs because of expansion valve operation and line losses. Therefore,R-22ratings can be used without adjustment.

An alternate method for capacity correction is to run the Carlyle Selection program to obtain performance ratings at other than 65 F return gas temperature.

Compressor ratings and capacities are included in Tables 8-12.

Compressor Features and Accessories

WATER-COOLEDHEADS AND OIL COOLERS — Water cooled heads are typically not necessary forR-12orR-134aapplications within the range of compressor ratings shown in this publication. ForR-502,orR-507/404Aat the shaded conditions shown in the compressor ratings tables,water-cooledheads may be necessary, if the discharge temperature is greater than 275 F. The discharge temperature will increase with return gas temperature.

When operating conditions are such that suction gas becomes highly superheated and/or the compression ratio is high, it is recommended that an oil cooler be used on the compressor. An oil cooler is required on increased displacement compressors (5H46, 66, 86, and 126) on installations where compressor(s) can be subjected to extended periods of continuous, fully unloaded operation. These periods do not afford sufficient removal of compression and friction heat, and could result in overheating of the running gear, shaft seal and crankcase oil. The addition of an oil cooler removes excessive heat, ensuring increased life expectancy of compressor and components.

Extended periods of continuous, fully unloaded operation will occur usually on variable-volumeinstallations that use hot gas bypass to maintain conditions under all load situations. Without hot gas bypass, the compressor will usually cycle on thelow-pressureswitch (or temperature controlling device) giving time for seal, oil and crankcase to cool.

On multiple-compressorinstallations where all units are manifolded into one refrigerant circuit, the controls should be designed to cycle off compressors at light loads to put maximum output on the still operative compressor. It is always desirable for the compressor to operate with as many cylinders as possible in loaded condition.

Water-cooledoil cooler package is available from the factory and is easily field installed on all 5 Series compressors. Refer to 5F,H Compressor Ratings to determine when oil coolers are required. These ratings, however, do not indicate oil cooler requirements during periods of extended continuous operation under fully unloaded operation. This should be determined on individual job basis.

Water flow through compressor heads (and water-cooledoil coolers, if used) must be shut off when the compressor is not running to prevent refrigerant vapors from condensing at the compressor during OFF cycles. For this purpose a solenoid valve is recommended in the water supply line to compressor heads.

Values listed in Table 13 assume a water temperature rise of 30 degrees. Oil cooler and water-cooledheads must be piped in series, with the oil cooler first. Leaving water temperature should be between 100 F and 120 F, with 120 F being maximum allowable temperature. Maximum working pressure forwater-cooledheads is 125 psi.

Table 5 — Total Heat Rejection Factors

Total Heat Rejection (tons) = Compressor Capacity (tons) x Heat Rejection Factor*

SAT.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SATURATED SUCTION TEMPERATURES (F)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DISCHARGE

–60

–50

–40

–30

–20

–10

0

10

20

30

32

34

35

36

38

40

42

44

45

46

48

50

TEMP (F)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

80

1.610

1.547

1.490

1.439

1.391

1.344

1.300

1.256

1.214

1.176

1.168

1.160

1.155

1.150

1.142

1.138

1.129

1.121

1.118

1.112

1.110

1.105

90

1.590

1.526

1.472

1.422

1.373

1.327

1.282

1.238

1.196

1.190

1.180

1.178

1.171

1.165

1.157

1.150

1.142

1.138

1.135

1.129

1.122

100

1.630

1.570

1.513

1.461

1.409

1.361

1.312

1.267

1.222

1.215

1.205

1.202

1.200

1.190

1.180

1.175

1.165

1.162

1.158

1.150

1.143

105

1.655

1.595

1.538

1.483

1.431

1.380

1.330

1.283

1.237

1.232

1.220

1.219

1.215

1.205

1.194

1.189

1.178

1.175

1.170

1.162

1.155

110

1.622

1.564

1.508

1.454

1.402

1.350

1.301

1.253

1.248

1.238

1.235

1.228

1.220

1.208

1.200

1.192

1.190

1.185

1.178

1.168

120

1.698

1.628

1.565

1.508

1.451

1.395

1.341

1.288

1.280

1.270

1.265

1.261

1.251

1.240

1.232

1.222

1.220

1.215

1.205

1.195

130

1.567

1.506

1.445

1.383

1.327

1.320

1.310

1.300

1.295

1.285

1.275

1.268

1.255

1.250

1.248

1.238

1.225

140

1.565

1.500

1.430

1.368

1.355

1.345

1.338

1.332

1.318

1.310

1.300

1.290

1.288

1.280

1.270

1.255

145

1.526

1.455

1.390

1.378

1.365

1.355

1.350

1.340

1.330

1.320

1.310

1.300

1.298

1.285

1.270

*Complete capacity corrections before calculating for total heat rejection (refer to Compressor Capacity Note 5).

4

Table 6 — Rating Basis and Capacity Multipliers for R-12andR-134a*

SST

SDT

 

 

 

 

RETURN GAS TEMPERATURE (F)

 

 

 

 

(F)

(F)

–30

–20

–10

0

10

20

30

 

40

50

60

65

 

90

0.963

0.966

0.970

0.973

0.977

0.981

0.985

 

0.989

0.993

0.998

1.000

 

100

0.951

0.956

0.960

0.965

0.970

0.976

0.981

 

0.986

0.992

0.997

1.000

 

110

0.938

0.944

0.950

0.957

0.963

0.970

0.977

 

0.983

0.990

0.997

1.000

–30

120

0.923

0.931

0.939

0.947

0.955

0.964

0.972

 

0.980

0.988

0.996

1.000

 

130

0.906

0.916

0.926

0.936

0.945

0.958

0.966

 

0.976

0.986

0.995

1.000

 

140

0.887

0.899

0.912

0.924

0.936

0.949

0.960

 

0.972

0.983

0.994

1.000

 

150

0.865

0.880

0.895

0.910

0.924

0.939

0.953

 

0.967

0.980

0.993

1.000

 

90

0.968

0.971

0.974

0.978

0.982

0.985

 

0.989

0.994

0.998

1.000

 

100

0.957

0.962

0.967

0.971

0.976

0.981

 

0.987

0.992

0.997

1.000

 

110

0.946

0.952

0.953

0.964

0.971

0.977

 

0.984

0.990

0.997

1.000

–20

120

0.932

0.940

0.948

0.956

0.964

0.972

 

0.980

0.988

0.996

1.000

 

130

0.917

0.927

0.937

0.947

0.957

0.967

 

0.976

0.986

0.995

1.000

 

140

0.900

0.912

0.925

0.937

0.949

0.960

 

0.972

0.983

0.994

1.000

 

150

0.880

0.895

0.910

0.925

0.939

0.953

 

0.967

0.980

0.993

1.000

 

90

0.973

0.976

0.979

0.983

0.986

 

0.990

0.994

0.998

1.000

 

100

0.964

0.968

0.973

0.977

0.982

 

0.987

0.992

0.997

1.000

 

110

0.953

9.959

0.965

0.971

0.978

 

0.984

0.990

0.997

1.000

–10

120

0.940

0.949

0.957

0.965

0.973

 

0.981

0.988

0.996

1.000

 

130

0.928

0.938

0.948

0.957

0.967

 

0.977

0.986

0.995

1.000

 

140

0.913

0.925

0.937

0.949

0.961

 

0.972

0.983

0.994

1.000

 

150

0.896

0.910

0.925

0.939

0.953

 

0.967

0.980

0.993

1.000

 

90

0.978

0.981

0.984

0.987

 

0.991

0.994

0.998

1.000

 

100

0.970

0.974

0.979

0.983

 

0.988

0.993

0.998

1.000

 

110

0.961

0.967

0.973

0.979

 

0.985

0.991

0.997

1.000

0

120

0.951

0.958

0.965

0.973

 

0.981

0.989

0.996

1.000

 

130

0.939

0.949

0.958

0.968

 

0.977

0.986

0.995

1.000

 

140

0.926

0.938

0.950

0.961

 

0.972

0.983

0.995

1.000

 

150

0.911

0.925

0.939

0.953

 

0.967

0.980

0.994

1.000

 

90

0.983

0.984

0.989

 

0.992

0.995

0.998

1.000

 

100

0.976

0.980

0.984

 

0.989

0.993

0.998

1.000

 

110

0.969

0.974

0.980

 

0.985

0.991

0.997

1.000

10

120

0.960

0.967

0.974

 

0.982

0.989

0.996

1.000

 

130

0.950

0.959

0.968

 

0.977

0.987

0.996

1.000

 

140

0.939

0.950

0.962

 

0.973

0.984

0.995

1.000

 

150

0.926

0.940

0.954

 

0.967

0.981

0.994

1.000

 

90

0.988

0.990

 

0.993

0.995

0.998

1.000

 

100

0.982

0.986

 

0.990

0.994

0.998

1.000

 

110

0.976

0.981

 

0.986

0.992

0.997

1.000

20

120

0.969

0.975

 

0.982

0.989

0.996

1.000

 

130

0.961

0.969

 

0.978

0.987

0.996

1.000

 

140

0.951

0.962

 

0.973

0.984

0.995

1.000

 

150

0.941

0.954

 

0.968

0.981

0.994

1.000

 

90

0.992

 

0.994

0.996

0.999

1.000

 

100

0.988

 

0.991

0.994

0.998

1.000

 

110

0.983

 

0.987

0.992

0.997

1.000

30

120

0.977

 

0.983

0.990

0.997

1.000

 

130

0.971

 

0.979

0.987

0.996

1.000

 

140

0.963

 

0.974

0.984

0.995

1.000

 

150

0.955

 

0.968

0.981

0.994

1.000

 

90

 

0.996

0.997

0.999

1.000

 

100

 

0.992

0.995

0.998

1.000

 

110

 

0.989

0.993

0.998

1.000

40

120

 

0.985

0.991

0.997

1.000

 

130

 

0.980

0.988

0.996

1.000

 

140

 

0.975

0.985

0.995

1.000

 

150

 

0.969

0.981

0.994

1.000

 

90

 

0.998

0.999

1.000

 

100

 

0.996

0.999

1.000

 

110

 

0.994

0.998

1.000

50

120

 

0.992

0.997

1.000

 

130

 

0.989

0.996

1.000

 

140

 

0.986

0.995

1.000

 

150

 

0.982

0.994

1.000

LEGEND

SDT — Saturated Discharge Temperature

SST — Saturated Suction Temperature

*R-134acapacity multipliers start at 0° F SST and above.

5

Table 7 — Rating Basis and Capacity Multipliers for R-502andR-507/404A

SST

SDT

 

 

 

 

RETURN GAS TEMPERATURE (F)

 

 

 

 

(F)

(F)

–30

–20

–10

0

10

20

30

 

40

50

60

65

 

90

0.913

0.922

0.931

0.941

0.950

0.959

0.968

 

0.977

0.986

0.995

1.000

 

100

0.893

0.905

0.916

0.928

0.939

0.956

0.962

 

0.973

0.984

0.995

1.000

 

110

0.870

0.884

0.899

0.913

0.927

0.941

0.954

 

0.967

0.981

0.994

1.000

–30

120

0.843

0.861

0.879

0.896

0.913

0.929

0.945

 

0.961

0.977

0.992

1.000

 

130

0.812

0.834

0.855

0.876

0.896

0.916

0.935

 

0.954

0.973

0.991

1.000

 

140

0.774

0.801

0.826

0.852

0.876

0.900

0.923

 

0.946

0.968

0.989

1.000

 

150

0.728

0.760

0.792

0.822

0.851

0.880

0.908

 

0.935

0.961

0.987

1.000

 

90

0.925

0.933

0.942

0.951

0.960

0.969

 

0.978

0.987

0.996

1.000

 

100

0.906

0.918

0.929

0.940

0.951

0.962

 

0.973

0.984

0.995

1.000

 

110

0.886

0.900

0.914

0.928

0.941

0.955

 

0.968

0.981

0.994

1.000

–20

120

0.862

0.879

0.896

0.913

0.930

0.946

 

0.962

0.977

0.992

1.000

 

130

0.833

0.855

0.876

0.896

0.916

0.935

 

0.954

0.973

0.991

1.000

 

140

0.800

0.826

0.851

0.876

0.899

0.923

 

0.945

0.968

0.989

1.000

 

150

0.758

0.796

0.821

0.850

0.879

0.907

 

0.935

0.961

0.987

1.000

 

90

0.936

0.944

0.953

0.961

0.970

 

0.978

0.987

0.996

1.000

 

100

0.920

0.931

0.942

0.952

0.963

 

0.974

0.984

0.995

1.000

 

110

0.901

0.915

0.927

0.942

0.955

 

0.968

0.981

0.994

1.000

–10

120

0.880

0.897

0.914

0.930

0.946

 

0.962

0.977

0.992

1.000

 

130

0.855

0.876

0.896

0.916

0.935

 

0.954

0.973

0.991

1.000

 

140

0.825

0.850

0.875

0.899

0.923

 

0.945

0.968

0.989

1.000

 

150

0.788

0.819

0.849

0.878

0.907

 

0.934

0.961

0.987

1.000

 

90

0.947

0.955

0.963

0.971

 

0.979

0.988

0.996

1.000

 

100

0.933

0.943

0.954

0.964

 

0.974

0.985

0.995

1.000

 

110

0.917

0.930

0.943

0.956

 

0.969

0.981

0.994

1.000

0

120

0.898

0.915

0.931

0.947

 

0.962

0.978

0.993

1.000

 

130

0.876

0.896

0.916

0.936

 

0.955

0.973

0.991

1.000

 

140

0.850

0.875

0.899

0.922

 

0.945

0.968

0.989

1.000

 

150

0.817

0.848

0.877

0.906

 

0.934

0.961

0.987

1.000

 

90

0.958

0.965

0.973

 

0.980

0.988

0.996

1.000

 

100

0.946

0.956

0.965

 

0.975

0.985

0.995

1.000

 

110

0.932

0.945

0.957

 

0.970

0.982

0.994

1.000

10

120

0.916

0.932

0.947

 

0.963

0.978

0.993

1.000

 

130

0.897

0.917

0.936

 

0.955

0.973

0.991

1.000

 

140

0.874

0.898

0.922

 

0.945

0.968

0.989

1.000

 

150

0.846

0.876

0.905

 

0.933

0.961

0.987

1.000

 

90

0.968

0.975

 

0.982

0.988

0.996

1.000

 

100

0.958

0.967

 

0.977

0.986

0.995

1.000

 

110

0.947

0.959

 

0.971

0.982

0.994

1.000

20

120

0.933

0.948

 

0.963

0.978

0.993

1.000

 

130

0.917

0.936

 

0.955

0.973

0.991

1.000

 

140

0.898

0.922

 

0.945

0.968

0.989

1.000

 

150

0.875

0.904

 

0.933

0.960

0.987

1.000

 

90

0.978

 

0.984

0.990

0.997

1.000

 

100

0.970

 

0.978

0.987

0.996

1.000

 

110

0.961

 

0.972

0.983

0.994

1.000

30

120

0.950

 

0.964

0.979

0.993

1.000

 

130

0.937

 

0.956

0.974

0.991

1.000

 

140

0.922

 

0.945

0.968

0.989

1.000

 

150

0.903

 

0.932

0.960

0.987

1.000

 

90

 

0.986

0.991

0.997

1.000

 

100

 

0.980

0.988

0.996

1.000

 

110

 

0.974

0.984

0.995

1.000

40

120

 

0.966

0.980

0.993

1.000

 

130

 

0.956

0.974

0.991

1.000

 

140

 

0.945

0.968

0.989

1.000

 

150

 

0.931

0.959

0.987

1.000

 

90

 

0.994

0.998

1.000

 

100

 

0.990

0.997

1.000

 

110

 

0.985

0.995

1.000

50

120

 

0.981

0.994

1.000

 

130

 

0.975

0.992

1.000

 

140

 

0.968

0.989

1.000

 

150

 

0.959

0.987

1.000

LEGEND

SDT — Saturated Discharge Temperature

SST — Saturated Suction Temperature

6

Table 8 — Compressor Ratings; R-12

UNIT

5F20

5F30

5F40

5F60

SST

SDT

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

 

80

0.6

1.7

1.0

2.7

1.3

3.4

2.0

5.3

–40

90

0.5

1.6

0.8

2.6

1.1

3.3

1.6

5.1

 

100

0.4

1.5

0.6

2.4

0.9

3.1

1.3

4.7

 

80

1.0

2.2

1.5

3.4

2.0

4.2

3.0

6.6

–30

90

0.8

2.2

1.3

3.3

1.8

4.3

2.6

6.6

100

0.7

2.1

1.1

3.2

1.5

4.2

2.2

6.4

 

105

0.6

2.1

1.0

3.2

1.4

4.2

2.0

6.3

 

110

0.6

2.0

0.9

3.1

1.3

4.1

1.9

6.1

 

80

1.4

2.6

2.2

4.0

2.9

5.1

4.3

8.0

 

90

1.3

2.7

1.9

4.1

2.6

5.2

3.8

8.1

–20

100

1.1

2.7

1.7

4.1

2.3

5.3

3.4

8.1

105

1.0

2.7

1.6

4.1

2.1

5.3

3.1

8.1

 

 

110

0.9

2.7

1.5

4.0

2.0

5.3

2.9

8.0

 

120

0.8

2.6

1.2

3.9

1.7

5.2

2.5

7.8

 

80

2.0

3.1

3.0

4.6

3.9

5.9

5.9

9.2

 

90

1.8

3.2

2.7

4.8

3.6

6.2

5.4

9.5

–10

100

1.6

3.3

2.4

4.9

3.2

6.4

4.8

9.8

105

1.5

3.3

2.3

5.0

3.0

6.5

4.5

9.8

 

110

1.4

3.3

2.1

5.0

2.8

6.5

4.3

9.9

 

120

1.2

3.3

1.9

5.0

2.5

6.6

3.7

9.8

 

130

1.0

3.2

1.6

4.9

2.2

6.6

3.2

9.7

 

80

2.6

3.4

4.0

5.2

5.2

6.6

7.9

10.3

 

90

2.4

3.6

3.6

5.5

4.8

7.0

7.2

10.9

 

100

2.2

3.8

3.3

5.7

4.4

7.4

6.6

11.3

0

105

2.1

3.9

3.1

5.8

4.1

7.6

6.2

11.5

110

1.9

3.9

3.0

5.9

3.9

7.7

5.9

11.7

 

120

1.7

4.0

2.6

6.0

3.5

7.9

5.3

11.9

 

130

1.5

4.0

2.3

6.0

3.1

8.1

4.7

12.0

 

140

1.3

4.0

2.0

6.0

2.7

8.1

4.1

11.9

 

145

1.2

4.0

1.9

5.9

2.5

8.1

3.8

11.8

 

80

3.4

3.7

5.1

5.6

6.8

7.1

10.3

11.1

 

90

3.1

4.0

4.8

6.1

6.3

7.8

9.5

12.0

 

100

2.9

4.3

4.4

6.4

5.8

8.3

8.7

12.8

10

105

2.7

4.4

4.2

6.6

5.5

8.6

8.3

13.1

110

2.6

4.5

4.0

6.8

5.3

8.8

7.9

13.4

 

120

2.4

4.7

3.6

7.0

4.8

9.2

7.1

13.9

 

130

2.1

4.8

3.2

7.2

4.3

9.5

6.4

14.2

 

140

1.9

4.9

2.8

7.3

3.8

9.7

5.7

14.4

 

145

1.7

4.9

2.7

7.3

3.6

9.8

5.3

14.4

 

80

4.3

3.9

6.6

5.9

8.7

7.5

13.1

11.6

 

90

4.0

4.3

6.1

6.5

8.1

8.3

12.1

12.8

 

100

3.7

4.7

5.6

7.0

7.5

9.1

11.2

13.9

20

105

3.6

4.8

5.4

7.3

7.2

9.4

10.8

14.4

110

3.4

5.0

5.2

7.5

6.9

9.8

10.3

14.9

 

120

3.1

5.3

4.7

7.9

6.3

10.4

9.4

15.7

 

130

2.8

5.5

4.3

8.2

5.7

10.9

8.5

16.4

 

140

2.5

5.7

3.8

8.5

5.1

11.3

7.7

16.8

 

145

2.4

5.8

3.6

8.6

4.8

11.5

7.2

17.0

 

80

5.5

4.0

8.2

6.0

10.9

7.7

16.4

11.7

 

90

5.1

4.5

7.7

6.8

10.2

8.7

15.3

13.3

 

100

4.7

5.0

7.1

7.5

9.5

9.7

14.2

14.8

30

105

4.5

5.2

6.9

7.8

9.1

10.1

13.7

15.5

110

4.4

5.4

6.6

8.1

8.7

10.6

13.1

16.1

 

120

4.0

5.8

6.1

8.7

8.0

11.4

12.1

17.3

 

130

3.7

6.2

5.5

9.2

7.3

12.1

11.1

18.3

 

140

3.3

6.4

5.0

9.6

6.7

12.8

10.0

19.1

 

145

3.1

6.6

4.8

9.8

6.3

13.0

9.5

19.5

 

80

6.7

3.9

10.1

5.9

13.5

7.7

20.3

11.4

 

90

6.3

4.5

9.5

6.9

12.7

8.9

19.0

13.4

 

100

5.9

5.1

8.9

7.7

11.8

10.1

17.7

15.2

40

105

5.7

5.4

8.6

8.2

11.4

10.6

17.1

16.1

110

5.5

5.7

8.3

8.6

11.0

11.2

16.5

16.9

 

120

5.1

6.2

7.6

9.3

10.1

12.2

15.3

18.5

 

130

4.7

6.7

7.0

10.0

9.3

13.2

14.0

19.9

 

140

4.2

7.1

6.4

10.6

8.5

14.0

12.8

21.1

 

145

4.0

7.3

6.1

10.9

8.1

14.4

12.2

21.7

UNIT

5F20

5F30

5F40

5F60

SST

SDT

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

 

80

7.0

3.8

10.5

5.9

14.1

7.6

21.1

11.2

 

90

6.6

4.5

9.9

6.8

13.2

8.9

19.8

13.3

 

100

6.2

5.2

9.3

7.8

12.3

10.1

18.5

15.3

42

105

5.9

5.5

8.9

8.2

11.9

10.7

17.9

16.2

110

5.7

5.8

8.6

8.6

11.5

11.3

17.2

17.1

 

120

5.3

6.3

8.0

9.4

10.6

12.4

15.9

18.7

 

130

4.9

6.8

7.4

10.2

9.8

13.4

14.7

20.2

 

140

4.5

7.2

6.8

10.8

8.9

14.3

13.4

21.5

 

145

4.2

7.4

6.4

11.1

8.5

14.7

12.8

22.1

 

80

7.3

3.8

11.0

5.8

14.7

7.5

22.0

11.0

 

90

6.9

4.5

10.3

6.8

13.8

8.9

20.6

13.2

 

100

6.4

5.2

9.6

7.8

12.9

10.1

19.3

15.3

44

105

6.2

5.5

9.3

8.2

12.4

10.8

18.6

16.2

110

6.0

5.8

9.0

8.7

12.0

11.4

18.0

17.2

 

120

5.5

6.4

8.3

9.5

11.1

12.5

16.7

18.9

 

130

5.1

6.9

7.7

10.3

10.2

13.5

15.4

20.4

 

140

4.7

7.4

7.1

11.0

9.4

14.5

14.1

21.8

 

145

4.5

7.6

6.8

11.3

8.9

15.0

13.5

22.5

 

80

7.5

3.8

11.2

5.8

15.0

7.5

22.4

10.9

 

90

7.0

4.5

10.5

6.8

14.0

8.9

21.1

13.2

 

100

6.6

5.2

9.9

7.8

13.1

10.2

19.7

15.3

45

105

6.3

5.5

9.5

8.3

12.7

10.8

19.0

16.3

110

6.1

5.8

9.2

8.7

12.2

11.4

18.4

17.2

 

120

5.7

6.4

8.5

9.6

11.3

12.5

17.0

19.0

 

130

5.2

6.9

7.9

10.4

10.4

13.6

15.7

20.6

 

140

4.8

7.4

7.2

11.1

9.6

14.6

14.4

22.0

 

145

4.6

7.6

6.9

11.4

9.2

15.1

13.8

22.6

 

80

7.6

3.7

11.4

5.7

15.3

7.5

22.9

10.8

 

90

7.2

4.5

10.7

6.8

14.3

8.8

21.5

13.1

 

100

6.7

5.2

10.1

7.8

13.4

10.2

20.9

15.3

46

105

6.5

5.5

9.7

8.3

12.9

10.8

19.4

16.3

110

6.2

5.8

9.4

8.7

12.5

11.4

18.8

17.2

 

120

5.8

6.4

8.7

9.6

11.6

12.6

17.4

19.0

 

130

5.3

7.0

8.1

10.4

10.7

13.7

16.1

20.7

 

140

4.9

7.5

7.4

11.1

9.8

14.7

14.7

22.2

 

145

4.7

7.7

7.1

11.5

9.4

15.2

14.1

22.8

 

80

7.9

3.7

11.9

5.6

15.9

7.4

23.8

10.6

 

90

7.5

4.4

11.2

6.8

14.9

8.8

22.4

13.0

 

100

7.0

5.2

10.5

7.8

14.0

10.2

21.0

15.2

48

105

6.7

5.5

10.1

8.3

13.5

10.8

20.3

16.3

110

6.5

5.8

9.8

8.8

13.0

11.5

19.6

17.3

 

120

6.0

6.5

9.1

9.7

12.1

12.7

18.2

19.2

 

130

5.6

7.1

8.4

10.5

11.2

13.9

16.8

20.9

 

140

5.1

7.6

7.7

11.3

10.3

14.9

15.4

22.5

 

145

4.9

7.8

7.4

11.7

9.8

15.4

14.7

23.2

 

80

8.2

3.6

12.3

5.6

16.5

7.3

24.8

10.4

 

90

7.8

4.4

11.6

6.6

15.5

8.8

23.3

12.8

 

100

7.3

5.2

10.9

7.8

14.5

10.2

21.8

15.2

50

105

7.0

5.5

10.5

8.3

14.1

10.9

21.1

16.3

110

6.8

5.9

10.2

8.8

13.6

11.5

20.4

17.3

 

120

6.3

6.5

9.5

9.8

12.6

12.8

18.9

19.3

 

130

5.8

7.1

8.8

10.7

11.7

14.0

17.5

21.1

 

140

5.3

7.7

8.1

11.5

10.7

15.1

16.1

22.8

 

145

5.1

7.9

7.7

11.8

10.3

15.7

15.4

23.5

LEGEND

Bhp — Brake Horsepower

Cap. — Capacity (Tons)

SDT — Saturated Discharge Temperature (F)

SST — Saturated Suction Temperature (F)

NOTES:

1.Shaded ratings require an oil cooler when using a liquidsuction interchanger, or when 50 degrees of superheat is exceeded.

2.Refer to Table 5 for Total Heat Rejection.

7

Table 8 — Compressor Ratings; R-12(cont)

UNIT

5H40

5H46

5H60

5H66

SST

SDT

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

 

80

3.2

9.1

4.0

11.9

4.9

13.1

6.1

17.1

–40

90

2.7

8.8

3.4

11.5

4.1

12.7

5.2

16.6

 

100

2.2

8.4

2.8

11.0

3.4

12.1

4.3

15.8

 

80

4.9

11.1

6.0

14.4

7.3

16.0

9.1

20.8

–30

90

4.3

11.0

5.3

14.3

6.4

15.9

8.0

20.7

100

3.7

10.7

4.6

13.9

5.6

15.5

6.9

20.3

 

105

3.4

10.5

4.2

13.7

5.1

15.3

6.4

19.9

 

110

3.1

10.3

3.9

13.4

4.7

15.0

5.9

19.5

 

80

6.9

13.0

8.6

16.9

10.4

18.9

13.0

24.6

 

90

6.2

13.1

7.7

17.1

9.4

19.2

11.6

24.9

–20

100

5.5

13.1

6.8

17.1

8.3

19.2

10.3

24.9

105

5.1

13.0

6.4

17.0

7.8

19.1

9.7

24.8

 

 

110

4.8

12.9

6.0

16.8

7.3

18.9

9.0

24.7

 

120

4.1

12.6

5.1

16.4

6.3

18.4

7.8

24.1

 

80

9.5

14.9

11.7

19.3

14.2

21.7

17.7

28.3

 

90

8.6

15.3

10.7

19.9

12.9

22.4

16.1

29.1

–10

100

7.8

15.5

9.6

20.2

11.7

22.8

14.5

29.7

105

7.3

15.6

9.1

20.3

11.0

22.9

13.7

29.8

 

110

6.9

15.6

8.6

20.3

10.4

23.0

13.0

29.9

 

120

6.1

15.5

7.6

20.2

9.2

22.9

11.5

29.8

 

130

5.3

15.3

6.6

19.9

8.0

22.5

10.0

29.4

 

80

12.6

16.6

15.5

21.6

18.8

24.3

23.4

31.6

 

90

11.6

17.3

14.3

22.5

17.3

25.5

21.5

33.1

 

100

10.5

17.9

13.0

23.3

15.8

26.4

19.6

34.3

0

105

10.0

18.1

12.4

23.6

15.1

26.7

18.7

34.8

110

9.5

18.3

11.8

23.8

14.3

27.0

17.8

35.1

 

120

8.5

18.5

10.6

24.1

12.9

27.4

16.0

35.6

 

130

7.6

18.6

9.4

24.1

11.4

27.5

14.2

35.8

 

140

6.6

18.4

8.3

24.0

10.0

27.3

12.5

35.6

 

145

6.2

18.3

7.7

23.8

9.4

27.1

11.7

35.3

 

80

16.3

18.0

20.1

23.5

24.4

26.5

30.2

34.5

 

90

15.1

19.2

18.6

24.9

22.6

28.2

28.0

36.7

 

100

13.9

20.1

17.1

26.2

20.8

29.7

25.8

38.6

10

105

13.3

20.5

16.4

26.7

19.9

30.3

24.7

39.4

110

12.7

20.9

15.7

27.2

19.0

30.9

23.6

40.2

 

120

11.5

21.5

14.2

27.9

17.3

31.8

21.4

41.4

 

130

10.4

21.9

12.8

28.4

15.6

32.4

19.3

42.4

 

140

9.2

22.0

11.4

28.7

13.9

32.7

17.3

42.6

 

145

8.7

22.1

10.8

28.7

13.1

32.8

16.3

42.7

 

80

20.7

19.1

25.5

24.9

30.9

28.1

38.3

36.6

 

90

19.3

20.7

23.7

26.9

28.8

30.5

35.7

39.7

 

100

17.9

22.1

22.0

28.7

26.7

32.7

33.1

42.5

20

105

17.2

22.7

21.1

29.5

25.6

33.6

31.8

43.7

110

16.5

23.3

20.3

30.3

24.6

34.5

30.5

44.8

 

120

15.1

24.3

18.6

31.6

22.6

36.0

28.0

46.8

 

130

13.7

25.1

16.9

32.6

20.5

37.2

25.5

48.4

 

140

12.4

25.6

15.3

33.3

18.6

38.1

23.1

49.6

 

145

11.7

25.8

14.5

33.6

17.6

38.4

21.9

50.1

 

80

25.9

19.7

31.8

25.7

38.6

29.1

47.9

37.8

 

90

24.2

21.8

29.8

28.4

36.1

32.2

44.8

41.9

 

100

22.6

23.7

27.8

30.8

33.7

35.0

41.8

45.6

30

105

21.7

24.6

26.8

31.9

32.4

36.4

40.3

47.3

110

20.9

25.4

25.8

33.0

31.2

37.6

38.8

48.9

 

120

19.3

26.8

23.8

34.9

28.8

39.8

35.8

51.8

 

130

17.7

28.1

21.8

36.5

26.5

41.7

32.8

54.3

 

140

16.1

29.1

19.9

37.8

24.1

43.3

29.9

56.3

 

145

15.3

29.5

18.9

38.3

23.0

44.0

28.5

57.2

 

80

31.9

19.7

39.2

25.6

47.5

29.0

58.9

37.8

 

90

30.0

22.4

36.9

29.1

44.6

33.0

55.4

43.0

 

100

28.0

24.8

34.5

32.2

41.8

36.7

51.9

47.7

40

105

27.1

25.9

33.3

33.7

40.4

38.4

50.1

50.0

110

26.1

27.0

32.2

25.1

39.0

40.1

48.4

52.1

 

120

24.2

29.0

29.9

37.7

36.2

43.1

44.9

56.0

 

130

22.4

30.8

27.6

40.0

33.4

45.8

41.5

59.5

 

140

20.5

32.3

25.3

42.0

30.7

48.1

38.1

62.6

 

145

19.6

33.0

24.2

42.8

29.3

49.1

36.4

63.9

UNIT

5H40

5H46

5H60

5H66

SST

SDT

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

 

80

33.2

19.6

40.8

25.5

49.4

28.9

61.3

37.6

 

90

31.2

22.4

38.4

29.1

46.5

33.1

57.7

43.0

 

100

29.2

24.9

36.0

32.4

43.6

36.9

54.1

48.0

42

105

28.3

26.1

34.8

34.0

42.1

38.7

52.3

50.4

110

27.3

27.3

33.6

35.5

40.7

40.5

50.5

52.6

 

120

25.3

29.4

31.2

38.2

37.8

43.6

46.9

56.8

 

130

23.4

31.2

28.8

40.6

34.9

46.5

43.4

60.5

 

140

21.5

32.9

26.5

42.7

32.1

49.0

39.8

63.7

 

145

20.5

33.6

25.3

43.7

30.7

50.1

38.1

65.2

 

80

34.6

19.5

42.5

25.3

51.4

28.7

63.8

37.4

 

90

32.5

22.4

40.0

29.1

49.4

33.1

60.1

43.0

 

100

30.5

25.1

37.5

32.6

45.4

37.1

56.4

48.3

44

105

29.5

26.3

36.3

34.2

43.9

39.0

54.5

50.7

110

28.5

27.5

35.0

35.8

42.4

40.8

52.7

53.1

 

120

26.4

29.7

32.6

38.7

39.5

44.2

49.0

57.5

 

130

24.4

31.7

30.1

41.2

36.5

47.2

45.3

61.4

 

140

22.5

33.5

27.7

43.5

33.6

49.9

41.7

64.9

 

145

21.5

34.2

26.5

44.5

32.1

51.1

39.9

66.4

 

80

35.3

19.4

43.3

25.2

52.4

28.6

65.1

37.2

 

90

33.2

22.4

40.8

29.1

49.4

33.1

61.3

43.0

 

100

31.1

25.1

38.3

32.6

46.3

37.2

57.5

48.4

45

105

30.1

26.4

37.0

34.3

44.8

39.1

55.6

50.9

110

29.1

27.6

35.8

35.9

43.3

41.0

53.8

53.3

 

120

27.0

29.9

33.3

38.9

40.3

44.4

50.0

57.8

 

130

25.0

31.9

30.8

41.5

37.3

47.5

46.3

61.9

 

140

23.0

33.7

28.3

43.9

34.3

50.3

42.6

65.4

 

145

22.0

34.6

27.1

44.9

32.9

51.5

40.8

67.1

 

80

36.0

19.3

44.2

25.1

53.5

28.5

66.4

37.1

 

90

33.9

22.4

41.6

29.1

50.4

33.0

62.5

43.0

 

100

31.8

25.2

39.1

32.7

47.3

37.3

58.7

38.5

46

105

30.7

26.5

37.8

34.4

45.8

39.2

56.8

51.1

110

29.7

27.7

36.5

36.1

44.2

41.1

54.9

53.5

 

120

27.6

30.1

34.0

39.1

41.2

44.7

51.1

58.1

 

130

25.5

32.2

31.5

41.8

38.1

47.9

47.3

62.3

 

140

23.5

34.0

29.0

44.2

35.1

50.7

43.6

66.0

 

145

22.5

34.9

27.7

45.3

33.6

52.0

41.7

67.6

 

80

37.4

19.1

46.0

24.8

55.6

28.2

69.0

36.7

 

90

35.2

22.3

43.3

29.0

52.4

32.9

65.1

42.9

 

100

33.1

25.2

40.7

32.8

49.2

37.4

61.1

48.6

48

105

32.0

26.6

39.4

34.6

47.7

39.4

59.1

51.3

110

30.9

27.9

38.0

36.3

46.1

41.4

57.2

53.9

 

120

28.8

30.4

35.4

39.5

42.9

45.2

53.3

58.8

 

130

26.7

32.6

32.8

42.4

39.8

48.5

49.4

63.1

 

140

24.6

34.6

30.3

44.9

36.7

51.5

45.5

67.1

 

145

23.5

35.5

29.0

46.1

35.2

52.9

43.6

68.8

 

80

38.9

18.9

47.8

24.5

57.8

27.9

71.7

36.3

 

90

36.6

22.2

45.0

28.8

54.5

32.8

67.7

42.7

 

100

34.4

25.3

42.3

32.8

51.2

37.4

63.6

48.7

50

105

33.3

26.7

41.0

34.7

49.6

39.6

61.6

51.5

110

32.2

28.1

39.6

36.5

48.0

41.7

59.5

54.2

 

120

30.0

30.7

36.9

39.9

44.7

45.6

55.5

59.3

 

130

27.8

33.0

34.3

42.9

41.5

49.1

51.5

63.9

 

140

25.7

35.1

31.6

45.6

38.3

52.3

47.6

68.1

 

145

24.6

36.1

30.3

46.9

36.7

53.8

45.6

70.0

LEGEND

Bhp — Brake Horsepower

Cap. — Capacity (Tons)

SDT — Saturated Discharge Temperature (F)

SST — Saturated Suction Temperature (F)

NOTES:

1.Shaded ratings require an oil cooler when using a liquidsuction interchanger, or when 50 degrees of superheat is exceeded.

2.An oil cooler is recommended for all long stroke compressors (5H46,66,86 and 126).

3.Refer to Table 5 for Total Heat Rejection.

8

Table 8 — Compressor Ratings; R-12(cont)

UNIT

5H80

5H86

5H120

5H126

SST

SDT

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

 

80

6.6

17.5

8.2

22.8

9.8

25.8

12.2

33.4

–40

90

5.6

17.0

7.0

22.1

8.3

24.9

10.3

32.4

 

100

4.6

16.2

5.8

21.1

6.9

23.7

8.6

30.8

 

80

9.8

21.3

12.2

27.7

14.7

31.5

18.3

40.9

–30

90

8.8

21.1

10.8

27.5

12.9

31.3

16.0

40.6

100

7.5

20.7

9.3

27.0

11.2

30.6

13.9

39.7

 

105

6.9

20.4

8.6

26.5

10.3

30.1

12.8

39.1

 

110

6.4

20.0

8.0

26.0

9.5

29.5

11.8

38.3

 

80

13.9

25.2

17.3

32.7

20.9

37.3

25.9

48.4

 

90

12.5

25.4

15.5

33.1

18.7

37.8

23.3

49.0

–20

100

11.1

25.4

13.8

33.1

16.6

37.7

20.6

49.0

105

10.4

25.3

13.0

33.0

15.6

37.6

19.3

48.8

 

 

110

9.7

25.2

12.1

32.8

14.6

37.3

18.1

48.5

 

120

8.4

24.6

10.5

32.0

12.6

36.3

15.6

47.3

 

80

19.0

28.9

23.6

37.6

28.5

43.0

35.4

55.7

 

90

17.3

29.7

21.5

38.7

25.9

44.2

32.2

57.2

–10

100

15.6

30.3

19.4

39.4

23.4

45.0

29.0

58.5

105

14.8

30.4

18.4

39.6

22.1

45.2

27.5

58.8

 

110

13.9

30.5

17.3

39.7

20.9

45.3

25.9

58.9

 

120

12.3

30.4

15.4

39.6

18.5

45.1

22.9

58.7

 

130

10.8

30.0

13.4

39.0

16.1

44.4

20.0

57.9

 

80

25.1

32.3

31.2

42.0

37.7

48.1

46.8

62.4

 

90

23.1

33.8

28.7

44.0

34.6

50.4

43.0

65.4

 

100

21.1

35.0

26.2

45.5

31.6

52.1

39.2

67.7

0

105

20.1

35.5

25.0

46.1

30.1

52.8

37.4

68.6

110

19.1

35.8

23.7

46.6

28.7

53.4

35.6

69.4

 

120

17.2

26.3

21.4

47.3

25.7

54.1

31.9

70.3

 

130

15.3

36.5

19.0

47.5

22.9

54.3

28.4

70.6

 

140

13.5

36.2

16.8

47.2

20.1

53.9

25.0

70.2

 

145

12.6

36.0

15.7

46.9

18.8

53.5

23.3

69.7

 

80

32.5

35.3

40.3

45.8

48.8

52.5

60.5

68.1

 

90

30.1

37.5

37.3

48.8

45.1

55.9

56.0

72.5

 

100

27.7

39.4

34.4

51.3

41.6

58.8

51.6

76.3

10

105

26.5

40.3

32.9

52.4

39.8

60.0

49.4

78.0

110

25.3

41.0

31.5

53.3

38.0

61.1

47.2

79.4

 

120

23.0

42.2

28.6

54.9

34.6

62.9

42.9

81.8

 

130

20.8

43.0

25.8

55.9

31.2

64.1

38.7

83.4

 

140

18.6

43.4

23.1

56.5

27.9

64.7

34.6

84.2

 

145

17.5

43.5

21.8

56.6

26.2

64.8

32.6

84.4

 

80

41.2

37.5

51.1

48.7

61.8

55.8

76.7

72.3

 

90

38.4

40.6

47.6

52.8

57.6

60.5

71.5

78.5

 

100

35.6

43.4

44.2

56.4

53.4

64.7

66.3

84.0

20

105

34.2

44.6

42.4

58.0

51.3

66.6

63.7

86.4

110

32.8

45.8

40.7

59.5

49.3

68.3

61.1

88.7

 

120

30.1

47.8

37.4

62.1

45.2

71.3

56.0

92.7

 

130

27.4

49.4

34.0

64.2

41.1

73.7

51.0

95.8

 

140

24.8

50.5

30.8

65.8

37.2

75.5

46.1

98.2

 

145

23.5

51.0

29.2

66.3

35.2

76.1

43.7

99.0

 

80

51.4

38.7

63.8

50.3

77.2

57.5

95.8

74.7

 

90

48.1

42.8

59.7

55.7

72.3

63.8

89.7

82.8

 

100

44.9

46.6

55.7

60.6

67.4

69.5

83.6

90.2

30

105

43.2

48.3

53.7

62.9

64.9

72.1

80.6

93.6

110

41.6

50.0

51.7

65.0

62.5

74.6

77.6

96.8

 

120

38.4

52.9

47.7

68.8

57.7

79.0

71.6

102.6

 

130

35.3

55.4

43.8

72.0

53.0

82.7

65.7

107.5

 

140

32.2

57.4

40.0

74.7

48.3

85.8

59.9

111.6

 

145

30.6

58.3

38.0

75.8

46.0

87.1

57.0

113.3

 

80

63.3

38.6

78.5

50.3

95.1

57.4

117.9

74.7

 

90

59.5

43.9

73.8

57.2

89.4

65.4

110.9

85.0

 

100

55.7

48.8

69.1

63.5

83.7

72.8

103.8

94.5

40

105

53.8

51.1

66.8

66.5

80.8

76.2

100.3

99.0

110

52.0

53.3

64.5

69.3

78.0

79.5

96.8

103.2

 

120

48.2

57.2

59.9

74.5

72.4

85.5

89.9

111.0

 

130

44.5

60.8

55.3

79.0

66.9

90.8

83.0

118.0

 

140

40.9

63.8

50.8

83.0

61.4

95.4

76.2

124.0

 

145

39.1

65.2

48.5

84.8

58.7

97.5

72.8

126.7

UNIT

5H80

5H86

5H120

5H126

SST

SDT

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

 

80

65.9

38.5

81.8

50.0

99.0

57.1

122.8

74.3

 

90

62.0

44.0

76.9

57.3

93.1

65.5

115.5

85.1

 

100

58.1

49.1

72.1

63.9

87.2

73.2

108.2

95.1

42

105

56.2

51.5

69.7

67.0

84.3

76.8

104.6

99.8

110

54.2

53.8

67.3

70.0

81.4

80.3

101.0

104.2

 

120

50.4

58.0

62.5

75.4

75.6

86.6

93.9

112.5

 

130

46.6

61.8

57.8

80.3

69.9

92.3

86.8

119.9

 

140

42.8

65.0

53.1

84.6

64.3

97.2

79.7

126.4

 

145

40.9

66.5

50.8

86.5

61.4

99.4

76.2

129.2

 

80

68.6

38.2

85.1

49.7

103.0

56.7

127.8

73.9

 

90

64.6

44.0

80.1

57.3

96.9

65.5

120.3

85.2

 

100

60.6

49.4

75.1

64.2

90.9

73.6

112.8

95.6

44

105

58.0

51.9

72.6

67.5

87.9

77.4

109.1

100.5

110

56.6

54.3

70.2

70.6

84.9

81.0

105.4

105.2

 

120

52.6

58.7

65.3

76.4

79.0

87.7

98.0

113.9

 

130

48.7

62.7

60.4

81.6

73.1

93.7

90.7

121.7

 

140

44.8

66.2

55.6

86.1

67.2

99.0

83.4

128.6

 

145

42.8

67.8

53.2

88.2

64.3

101.3

79.8

131.7

 

80

70.0

38.1

86.8

49.5

105.0

56.5

130.3

73.6

 

90

65.9

44.0

81.7

57.2

98.9

65.5

122.7

85.1

 

100

61.8

49.5

76.7

64.4

92.8

73.7

115.1

95.8

45

105

59.8

52.1

74.2

67.7

89.7

77.6

111.3

100.8

110

57.8

54.5

71.7

70.9

86.7

81.3

107.6

105.6

 

120

53.7

59.1

66.7

76.8

80.7

88.2

100.1

114.6

 

130

49.7

63.2

61.7

82.2

74.7

94.4

92.7

122.6

 

140

45.8

66.8

56.8

86.9

68.7

99.8

85.3

129.7

 

145

43.8

68.4

54.4

89.0

65.8

102.3

81.6

132.9

 

80

71.4

37.9

88.5

49.3

107.1

56.3

132.9

73.3

 

90

67.2

44.0

83.4

57.2

100.9

65.4

125.2

85.1

 

100

63.1

49.6

78.2

64.5

94.7

73.9

117.5

96.0

46

105

61.0

52.2

75.7

67.9

91.6

77.8

113.7

101.1

110

59.0

54.7

73.2

71.2

88.5

81.6

109.8

106.0

 

120

54.9

59.4

68.1

77.3

82.4

88.7

102.2

115.2

 

130

50.8

63.6

63.1

82.7

76.3

95.1

94.7

123.5

 

140

46.8

67.3

58.1

87.6

70.3

100.7

87.2

130.8

 

145

44.8

69.0

55.7

89.8

67.3

103.2

83.5

134.1

 

80

74.2

37.5

92.0

48.8

111.4

55.7

138.1

72.6

 

90

69.9

43.8

86.7

57.0

105.0

65.2

130.2

84.8

 

100

65.7

49.7

81.5

64.7

98.6

74.1

122.3

96.3

48

105

63.5

52.5

78.8

68.3

95.4

78.2

118.4

101.6

110

61.4

55.1

76.2

71.7

92.2

82.2

114.4

106.8

 

120

57.2

60.0

71.0

78.1

85.9

89.6

106.6

116.4

 

130

53.1

64.5

65.8

83.9

79.7

96.4

98.8

125.2

 

140

48.9

68.4

60.7

89.0

73.4

102.3

91.1

133.0

 

145

46.9

70.2

58.2

91.4

70.4

105.0

87.3

136.5

 

80

77.1

37.0

95.6

48.2

115.7

55.0

143.6

71.7

 

90

72.7

43.6

90.2

56.8

109.1

64.9

135.4

84.5

 

100

68.3

49.8

84.8

64.8

102.6

74.2

127.3

96.4

50

105

66.2

52.7

82.1

68.5

99.3

78.5

123.2

102.0

110

64.0

55.4

79.4

72.1

96.1

82.7

119.2

107.4

 

120

59.6

60.6

74.0

78.8

89.6

90.5

111.1

117.6

 

130

55.3

65.3

68.7

84.9

83.1

97.6

103.1

126.8

 

140

51.1

69.5

63.4

90.4

76.7

103.9

95.2

135.0

 

145

49.0

71.4

60.8

92.9

73.5

106.8

91.2

138.8

LEGEND

Bhp — Brake Horsepower

Cap. — Capacity (Tons)

SDT — Saturated Discharge Temperature (F)

SST — Saturated Suction Temperature (F)

NOTES:

1.Shaded ratings require an oil cooler when using a liquidsuction interchanger, or when 50 degrees of superheat is exceeded.

2.An oil cooler is recommended for all long stroke compressors (5H46,66,86 and 126).

3.Refer to Table 5 for Total Heat Rejection.

9

Table 9 — Compressor Ratings; R-22

UNIT

5F20

5F30

5F40

5F60

SST

SDT

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

–40

80

1.0

2.6

1.5

4.0

2.1

5.3

3.0

7.9

–30

80

1.5

3.4

2.3

5.1

3.1

6.7

4.6

10.0

90

1.3

3.3

2.0

5.0

2.7

6.7

4.1

10.0

 

 

80

2.2

4.1

3.3

6.1

4.4

8.0

6.6

12.1

–20

90

1.9

4.2

3.0

6.2

4.0

8.3

6.0

12.4

100

1.7

4.2

2.6

6.3

3.5

8.4

5.3

12.4

 

105

1.6

4.2

2.5

6.2

3.3

8.4

4.9

12.4

 

110

1.5

4.1

2.3

6.2

3.1

8.4

4.6

12.3

 

80

3.0

4.7

4.6

7.1

6.1

9.3

9.2

14.1

 

90

2.7

4.9

4.2

7.4

5.5

9.8

8.3

14.7

–10

100

2.5

5.1

3.8

7.6

5.0

10.1

7.5

15.1

105

2.3

5.1

3.5

7.6

4.7

10.3

7.1

15.2

 

 

110

2.2

5.1

3.3

7.7

4.5

10.4

6.7

15.3

 

120

1.9

5.1

2.9

7.7

4.0

10.5

5.9

15.2

 

80

4.0

5.3

6.1

7.9

8.1

10.4

12.2

15.8

 

90

3.7

5.6

5.6

8.4

7.5

11.1

11.2

16.8

0

100

3.4

5.9

5.1

8.8

6.8

11.7

10.2

17.6

105

3.2

6.0

4.9

9.0

6.5

12.0

9.7

17.9

 

 

110

3.0

6.1

4.6

9.1

6.2

12.2

9.3

18.1

 

120

2.7

6.3

4.2

9.3

5.5

12.6

8.3

18.5

 

80

5.3

5.8

8.0

8.6

10.6

11.3

15.9

17.1

 

90

4.9

6.2

7.4

9.3

9.8

12.3

14.7

18.6

10

100

4.5

6.7

6.8

10.0

9.0

13.2

13.6

19.8

105

4.3

6.9

6.5

10.2

8.6

13.6

13.0

20.3

 

110

4.1

7.0

6.2

10.5

8.3

13.9

12.4

20.8

 

120

3.7

7.3

5.7

10.9

7.5

14.6

11.3

21.6

 

130

3.3

7.5

5.1

11.2

6.8

15.1

10.1

22.2

 

80

6.8

6.0

10.2

9.1

13.6

11.9

20.4

17.9

 

90

6.3

6.7

9.5

10.0

12.6

13.2

19.0

19.9

 

100

5.8

7.3

8.8

10.9

11.7

14.4

17.6

21.6

20

105

5.6

7.6

8.5

11.3

11.2

14.9

16.9

22.4

110

5.4

7.8

8.1

11.6

10.8

15.5

16.2

23.2

 

 

120

4.9

8.3

7.4

12.3

9.9

16.4

14.8

24.5

 

130

4.5

8.7

6.8

12.8

9.0

17.3

13.5

25.6

 

135

4.2

8.8

6.4

13.1

8.5

17.6

12.8

26.0

 

80

8.5

6.1

12.8

9.2

17.1

12.1

25.6

18.1

 

90

8.0

7.0

12.0

10.5

16.0

13.8

24.0

20.6

 

100

7.4

7.8

11.2

11.6

14.9

15.3

22.3

23.0

30

105

7.1

8.1

10.8

12.1

14.3

16.0

21.5

24.1

110

6.9

8.5

10.4

12.6

13.8

16.7

20.7

25.1

 

 

120

6.3

9.1

9.6

13.5

12.7

18.0

19.1

26.9

 

130

5.8

9.7

8.8

14.3

11.6

19.2

17.5

28.6

 

135

5.5

9.9

8.4

14.7

11.1

19.7

16.7

29.3

 

80

10.6

6.0

15.9

9.1

21.2

12.0

3.18

17.4

 

90

9.9

7.0

14.9

10.6

19.9

14.0

29.9

20.6

 

100

9.3

8.0

14.0

12.0

18.6

15.9

28.0

23.6

40

105

9.0

8.5

13.5

12.7

18.0

16.8

27.0

25.0

110

8.7

8.9

13.0

13.3

17.3

17.7

26.1

26.4

 

 

120

8.0

9.8

12.1

14.5

16.1

19.3

24.2

28.9

 

130

7.4

10.5

11.2

15.6

14.8

20.9

22.3

31.1

 

135

7.1

10.9

10.7

16.1

14.2

21.6

21.3

32.1

UNIT

5F20

5F30

5F40

5F60

SST

SDT

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

Cap.

Bhp

 

80

11.0

5.9

16.5

9.0

22.1

11.9

33.2

17.2

 

90

10.4

7.0

15.6

10.5

20.8

14.0

31.2

20.5

 

100

9.7

8.0

14.6

12.0

19.4

15.9

29.2

23.7

42

105

9.4

8.5

14.1

12.7

18.8

16.9

28.2

25.1

110

9.0

9.0

13.6

13.4

18.1

17.8

27.2

26.5

 

 

120

8.4

9.9

12.7

14.7

16.8

19.5

25.3

29.2

 

130

7.7

10.7

11.7

15.8

15.5

21.2

23.3

31.5

 

135

7.4

11.0

11.2

16.4

14.9

21.9

22.4

32.6

 

80

11.5

5.9

17.2

8.9

23.1

11.8

34.6

16.9

 

90

10.8

7.0

16.2

10.5

21.7

14.0

32.5

20.4

 

100

10.1

8.1

15.2

12.0

20.3

16.0

30.5

23.7

44

105

9.8

8.6

14.7

12.8

19.6

17.0

29.5

25.2

110

9.5

9.0

14.2

13.5

18.9

17.9

28.4

26.7

 

 

120

8.8

10.0

13.2

14.8

17.6

19.7

26.4

29.4

 

130

8.1

10.8

12.2

16.1

16.2

21.4

24.4

32.0

 

135

7.8

11.2

11.7

16.6

15.6

22.2

23.4

33.1

 

80

11.7

5.8

17.6

8.8

23.5

11.8

35.3

16.8

 

90

11.1

7.0

16.6

10.5

22.1

13.9

33.2

20.3

 

100

10.4

8.1

15.6

12.1

20.7

16.0

31.1

23.7

45

105

10.0

8.6

15.0

12.8

20.0

17.0

30.1

25.2

110

9.7

9.1

14.5

13.5

19.3

18.0

29.1

26.7

 

 

120

9.0

10.0

13.5

14.9

18.0

19.8

27.0

29.6

 

130

8.3

10.9

12.5

16.2

16.6

21.6

25.0

32.2

 

135

7.9

11.3

12.0

16.7

15.9

22.4

24.0

33.3

 

80

12.0

5.8

17.9

8.8

24.0

11.7

36.0

16.6

 

90

11.3

7.0

16.9

10.5

22.6

13.9

33.9

20.2

 

100

10.6

8.1

15.9

12.1

21.2

16.0

31.8

23.6

46

105

10.2

8.6

15.4

12.8

20.5

17.0

30.7

25.2

110

9.9

9.1

14.9

13.6

19.8

18.0

29.7

26.8

 

 

120

9.2

10.1

13.8

15.0

18.4

19.9

27.6

29.7

 

130

8.5

10.9

12.8

16.3

17.0

21.7

25.5

32.3

 

135

8.1

11.4

12.3

16.8

16.3

22.5

24.5

33.6

 

80

12.5

5.7

18.7

8.6

25.0

11.6

37.5

16.2

 

90

11.8

6.9

17.6

10.4

23.5

13.9

35.3

20.0

 

100

11.0

8.0

16.6

12.1

22.1

16.0

33.1

23.6

48

105

10.7

8.6

16.0

12.9

21.3

17.1

32.1

25.2

110

10.3

9.1

15.5

13.6

20.6

18.1

31.0

29.9

 

 

120

9.6

10.1

14.4

15.1

19.2

20.1

28.8

29.9

 

130

8.9

11.1

13.4

16.4

17.8

21.9

26.7

32.7

 

135

8.5

11.5

12.9

17.1

17.0

22.8

25.6

34.0

 

80

13.0

5.6

19.4

8.5

26.1

11.4

39.0

15.8

 

90

12.2

6.8

18.3

10.3

24.5

13.8

36.8

19.8

 

100

11.5

8.0

17.2

12.0

23.0

16.0

34.5

23.5

50

105

11.1

8.6

16.7

12.9

22.3

17.1

33.4

25.2

110

10.7

9.2

16.2

13.7

21.5

18.2

32.3

26.9

 

 

120

10.0

10.2

15.1

15.2

20.0

20.2

30.1

30.1

 

130

9.3

11.2

14.0

16.6

18.5

22.2

27.9

33.0

 

135

8.9

11.6

13.4

17.3

17.8

23.1

26.8

34.4

LEGEND

Bhp — Brake Horsepower

Cap. — Capacity (Tons)

SDT — Saturated Discharge Temperature (F)

SST — Saturated Suction Temperature (F)

NOTES:

1.Shaded ratings require an oil cooler andwater-cooledheads.

2.Refer to Table 5 for Total Heat Rejection.

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