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Packaged Heat Pumps

Precedent™

3-10Tons - 60 Hz

September 2004

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Introduction

PackagedRooftop

Air Conditioners

Through the years,Trane has designed and developed the most complete line of Packaged Rooftop products available in the market today.Trane was the first to introduce the Micro—microelectronic unit controls—and has continued to improve and revolutionalize this design concept.

The ReliaTel control platform offers the same great features and functionality as the original Micro, with additional benefits for greater application flexibility.

With its sleek compact cabinet, rounded corners and beveled top Precedent continues to provide the highest standards in quality and reliability, comfort, ease of service, and the performance of Trane light commercial products.

Trane customers demand products that provide exceptional reliability, meet stringent performance requirements, and are competitively priced. Trane delivers with Precedent.

Precedent features cutting edge technologies: reliable compressors, Trane engineered ReliaTel controls, computer-aided run testing, and Integrated Comfort™ Systems. So, whether you’re the contractor, the engineer, or the owner you can be certain Precedent Products are built to meet your needs.

It’s HardTo Stop ATrane.®

© 2004 American Standard Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Contents

Introduction

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Features and Benefits

 

4

Application Considerations

 

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Selection Procedure

 

 

 

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Model Number Description

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General Data

 

 

 

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Performance Data

 

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Cooling Performance

 

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Fan Performance

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Heat Performance

 

29

Controls

 

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Electric Power

 

 

 

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Dimension andWeights

 

 

 

45

Mechanical Specifications

 

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Features and

Benefits

 

Factory Installed Options

Field Installed Options

 

• Black Epoxy Pre-Coated Coils

CO2 Sensing

 

• High Pressure Cutout

Digital Display Zone Sensor

 

 

• Hinged Access Doors

DualThermistor Remote Zone Sensor

 

• Phase Monitor

High Static Drive

 

 

• Powered or Unpowered Convenience

Manual Outside Air Damper

 

Outlet

Motorized Outside Air Dampers

 

• Supply and/or Return Air Smoke

Powered Exhaust

 

Detector

Remote Potentiometer

 

• Through the Base Electrical Access

Roof Curb

 

• Through the Base ElectricalWith Circuit

Thermostat

 

Breaker

Ventilation Override Accessory

 

• Through the Base ElectricalWith

Zone Sensor

 

Disconnect Switch

 

 

 

• Two-Inch Pleated Filters

 

 

Factory or Field Installed Options

Clogged Filter/Fan Failure Switch

Differential Pressure Switches

Discharge Air Sensing Kit

Economizer

Electric Heaters

Frostat

LonTalk® Communications Interface

Oversized Motors

Reference or Comparative Enthalpy

Tool-less Hail Guards

Trane Communications Interface (TCI)

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Features and

Benefits

Easy to Install, Service and Maintain

Because today’s owners are very costconscious when it comes to service and maintenance, theTrane Precedent was designed with direct input from service contractors.This valuable information helped to design a product that would get the serviceman off the job quicker and save the owner money. Precedent does this by offering:

Quality and Reliability

ReliaTel™ Controls (LCI-R)

ReliaTel controls provide unit control for heating, cooling and ventilating utilizing input from sensors that measure outdoor and indoor temperature.

Quality and Reliability are enhanced through ReliaTel control and logic:

—prevents the unit from short cycling, considerably improving compressor life.

—ensures that the compressor will run for a specific amount of time which allows oil to return for better lubrication, enhancing the reliability of the compressor.

Precedent with ReliaTel reduces the number of components required to operate the unit, thereby reducing possibilities for component failure.

ReliaTel Makes Installing and Servicing Easy

ReliaTel eliminates the need for field installed anti-shortcycle timer and time delay relays. ReliaTel controls provide these functions as an integral part of the unit.The contractor no longer has to purchase these controls as options and pay to install them.

The wiring of the low voltage connections to the unit and the zone sensors is as easy as 1-1, 2-2, and 3-3.This simplified system makes wiring easier for the installer.

ReliaTel MakesTesting Easy

ReliaTel requires no special tools to run the Precedent unit through its paces. Simply place a jumper betweenTest 1 andTest 2 terminals on the LowVoltage Terminal Board and the unit will walk through its operational steps automatically.

—The unit automatically returns control to the zone sensor after stepping through the test mode a single time, even if the jumper is left on the unit.

As long as the unit has power and the “system on” LED is lit, ReliaTel is operational.The light indicates that the controls are functioning properly.

ReliaTel features expanded diagnostic capabilities when utilized withTrane Integrated Comfort™ Systems.

Some zone sensor options have central control panel lights which indicate the mode the unit is in and possible diagnostic information (dirty filters for example).

Other ReliaTel Benefits

The ReliaTel built-in anti-shortcycle timer, time delay relay and minimum “on” time control functions are factory tested to assure proper operation.

ReliaTel softens electrical “spikes” by staging on fans, compressors and heaters.

Intelligent Fallback is a benefit to the building occupant. If a component goes astray, the unit will continue to operate at predetermined temperature setpoint.

Intelligent Anticipation is a standard ReliaTel feature. It functions continuously as ReliaTel and zone sensor(s) work together in harmony to provide much tighter comfort control than conventional electro-mechanical thermostats.

The same ReliaTel Board fits all Precedent Packaged Gas/Electrics, Cooling with Electric Heat, and Heat Pump models.This provides standardization of parts for contractors. Less money is tied up in inventory with ReliaTel.

ReliaTel™

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Features and

Benefits

Outstanding Standard and

Optional Components

Black Epoxy Pre-Coated Coils

The pre-coated coils are an economical option for protection in mildly corrosive environments.

Cabinet Integrity

For added water integrity, Precedent has a raised 11/8" lip around the supply and return of the downflow units to prevent water from blowing into the ductwork.

Clogged Filter/Fan Failure Switch

A dedicated differential pressure switch is available to achieve active fan failure indication and/or clogged filter indication.

These sensors allow a zone sensor service light or Integrated Comfort System to indicate a dirty filter or a fan that’s not working.The field installation charges for these valuable feedback devices often eliminate them from consideration. Factory installation can make such features a good investment.

CO2 Sensing

The CO2 sensor has the ability to monitor space occupancy levels within the building by measuring the parts per million of CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) in the air. As the CO2 levels increase, the outside air damper modulates to meet the CO2 space ventilation requirements.The CO2 sensor kit is available as a field installed accessory.

ColoredAnd NumberedWiring

Save time and money tracing wires and diagnosing the unit.

Compressors

Precedent contains the best compressor technology available to achieve the highest possible performance. Our compressor line includes reciprocating and scrolls.

Condenser Coil

Precedent boasts a patent-pending 1+1+1 condenser coil, permanently gapped for easy cleaning.

Digital Display Zone Sensor

The Digital LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) zone sensor has the look and functionality of standard zone sensors. This sensor should be utilized with ReliaTel™ controls.

Discharge Air Sensing Kit

Provides true discharge air sensing in heating models. The kit is functional only with the ReliaTel Options Module.

DownflowAnd Horizontal Economizers

The economizers come with three control options — dry bulb is standard, enthalpy and differential enthalpy are optional.

DualThermistor Remote Zone Sensor

This sensor will reduce the total number of remote sensors to obtain space temperature averaging. This sensor should be utilized with ReliaTel controls.

Foil-Faced Insulation

All panels in the evaporator section of the unit have cleanable foil-faced insulation. All edges are either captured or sealed to ensure no fibers get into the airstream.

Factory Built Roof Curbs

Only two roof curbs for the entire Precedent line simplifies curb selection.

Flexibility

Units are built to order in our standard “shortest in the industry” ship cycle time.

Fresh Air

0 - 25% manual or 0 - 50% motorized outside air hoods are available.

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Benefits

High Pressure Cutout

This factory-installed option is offered for units that do not have High Pressure Cutout as standard. All 3-phase units with scroll compressors include High Pressure cutout as standard.

High Static Drive Accessory

Available on many models, this high static drive accessory extends the capability of the standard motor. Avoid expensive motors and operating costs by installing this optimized sheave accessory.

Hinged Access Doors

These doors permit easy access to the filter, fan/heat, and compressor/control sections. They

reduce the potential roof damage from screws or sharp access door corners.

LonTalk® Communications Interface

The LonTalk communications interface allows the unit to

communicate as aTracer™LCI-V device or directly with generic LonTalk Network Building Automation System Controls.

Phase Monitor

Phase monitor shall provide 100% protection for motors and compressors against problems caused by phase loss, phase imbalance, and phase reversal. Phase monitor is equipped with an LED that provides an ON or FAULT indicator.

Power Exhaust Option

This option is available to maintain proper building pressurization. Great for relieving most building overpressurization problems.

Quick-Access Panels

Remove two screws for access to the standardized internal components and wiring.

Quick-Adjust Idler Arm

With the Quick-Adjust Idler Arm, the belt and sheaves can be quickly adjusted without moving the mounted fan motor. The result is a major savings in time and money.

Reference or Comparative Enthalpy

Measures and communicates humidity while maximizing comfort control.

Sloped Drain Pans

Every Precedent unit has a noncorrosive, removable, double-sloped drain pan that’s

easy to clean and reversible to allo w installation of drain trap on either side of the unit.

Standardized Components

Components are placed in the same location on all Precedent units. Familiarize yourself with one Precedent and you are familiar with every Precedent.

Due to standardized components throughout the Precedent line, contractors/owners can stock fewer parts.

Supply and/or Return Air Smoke Detector

With this option installed, if smoke is detected, all unit operation will be shut down. Reset will be manual at the unit. Return Air Smoke Detectors require minimum allowable airflow when used with certain models.

Tool-less Hail Guards

Tool-less, hail protection quality coil guards shall be either factory or fieldinstalled for condenser coil protection. This option protects the condenser coil from vandalism and/or hail damage.

Trane Communication Interface (TCI)

Available factory or field installed.This module when applied with the ReliaTel™ easily interfaces withTrane’s Integrated ComfortTM System.

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Features and

Benefits

Unit Cabinet

The compact cabinet with rounded corners takes up less room and is less costly to ship. The beveled and ribbed top is not only aesthetically pleasing, it is designed to prevent water from pooling.

VariTrac

WhenTrane’s changeover VAV System for light commercial applications is coupled with Precedent, it provides the latest in technological advances for comfort management systems and can allow thermostat control in every zone served by VariTrac.

Ventilation Override Accessory

With theVentilation Override Accessory installed, the unit can be set to transition to up to 3 different pre-programmed sequences for Smoke Purge, Pressurization, and Exhaust.The transition occurs when a binary input on the RTOM is closed (shorted).This would typically be a hard wired relay output from a smoke detector or fire control panel.The ventilation override kit is available as a field installed accessory.

Zone Sensors

Available in programmable, automatic and manual styles.

Precedent offers ultimate flexibility. Units are built to order in our standard “shortest in the industry” ship cycle time.

Rigorous Testing

All of Precedent’s designs were rigorously rain tested at the factory to ensure water integrity.

Actual shipping tests were performed to determine packaging requirements. Units were test shipped around the country to determine the best packaging. Factory shake and drop tests were used as part of the package design process to help assure that the unit arrives at the job site in top condition.

Rigging tests include lifting a unit into the air and letting it drop one foot, assuring that the lifting lugs and rails hold up under stress.

We perform a 100% coil leak test at the factory.The evaporator and condenser coils are leak tested at 200 psig and pressure tested to 450 psig.

All parts are inspected at the point of final assembly. Sub-standard parts are identified and rejected immediately.

Every unit receives a 100% unit run test before leaving the production line to make sure it lives up to rigorousTrane requirements.

VariTrac™

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Features and

Benefits

Easy to Install

Convertible Units

The units ship in a downflow configuration.They can be easily converted to horizontal by simply moving two panels.

Units come complete with horizontal duct flanges so the contractor doesn’t have to field fabricate them.These duct flanges are a time and cost saver.

Easy Access LowVoltageTerminal Board

Precedent’s LowVoltageTerminal Board is external to the electrical control cabinet. It is extremely easy to locate and attach the thermostat wire and test operation of all unit functions.This is another cost and time saving installation feature.

LowVoltage Connections

The wiring of the low voltage connections to the unit and the zone sensors is as simple as 1-1, 2-2, and 3-3.This simplified system makes it easy for the installer to wire.

Electric Heaters

Electric heat modules are available within the basic unit. If ordering theThrough the Base Electrical option with an Electrical Heater, the heater must be factory installed.

Powered or Unpowered Convenience Outlet

This option is a GFCI, 120v/15amp, 2 plug, convenience outlet, either powered or unpowered.This option can only be ordered when theThrough the Base Electrical with either the Disconnect Switch, or Circuit Breaker, option is ordered.

Single Point Power

A single electrical connection powers the unit.

Single Side Service

Single side service is standard on all units.

Through the Base Condensate

Every unit includes provisions for through the base condensate drain connections. This allows the drain to be connected through the roof curb instead of a roof penetration.

Through the Base Electrical Utility Access

Factory provided through the base openings simplify wiring and piping. Because these utility openings frequently minimize the number of roof penetrations, the integrity of roofing materials is enhanced.

Through the Base Electrical with Circuit Breaker

This option is a factory installed thermal magnetic, molded case, HACR Circuit Breaker with provisions for through the base electrical connections.

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Benefits

Through the Base Electrical with Disconnect Switch

Factory installed 3-pole, molded case, disconnect switch with provisions for through the base electrical connections are available.

Through the Base UtilitiesAccess

An electrical service entrance shall be provided allowing electrical access for both control and main power connections inside the curb and through the base of the unit. Option will allow for field installation of liquid-tight conduit and an external field installed disconnect switch.

Unit Mounted Disconnect or Circuit Breaker

Codes require a method of assured unit shutdown for servicing. Field-installed disconnects sometimes interfere with service access. Factory installation of unit disconnects reduces costs, assures proper mounting and provides the opportunity to upgrade to unit circuit breaker protection.

Unit Mounted Disconnect

Convenience Outlet

or Circuit Breaker

 

Factory Installed Options

A wide variety of Factory Installed

Options (FIOPs) are available.

Added Efficiency

Airflow

Airflow is outstanding.The Precedent can replace an older machine with old ductwork and, in many cases, improve the comfort through better air distribution.

Belt or direct drive – standard or oversized supply fan motors meet a wide airflow range.

Cooling

Standard or High Efficiency Cooling available.

Economizer

Equipped with either dry bulb, reference or comparative enthalpy sensing, this feature provides free cooling as the outdoor temperature and/or humidity decreases. Economizers, correctly installed, offer a valuable energy savings. Factory-installed economizers save time and ensure proper installation.

High Efficiency Motors

This option is available with efficiency ratings from 86.5 up to 91.0. It is not available for all models.

LowAmbient Cooling

All Precedent microprocessor units have cooling capabilities down to 0°F as standard. Electromechanical models have cooling capabilities to 40°F as built, or to 0°F by adding the optional low ambient control (frostat).

Oversized Motors

Factory or field installed oversized motors available for high static applications.

One of our FinestAssets:

Trane Sales Representatives are a Support Group that can assist you with:

Product

Application

Service

Training

Special Applications

Specifications

Computer Programs and much more

Precedent has the features and benefits that make it first class in the light commercial rooftop market.

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Application

Considerations

Application of this product should be within the cataloged airflow and cooling considerations.

LowAmbient Cooling

The Precedent™ line features, with ReliaTel™ microprocessor controls, low ambient cooling down to 0°F.

Barometric Relief

This product line offers an optional barometric relief damper. for use in conjunction with economizer option. This accessory consists of gravity dampers which open with increased pressure. As the building air pressure increases, the pressure in the unit return air section also increases, opening the dampers and relieving the conditioned space.

NOTE:THE EFFECTIVENESS OF BAROMETRIC RELIEF DAMPER DURING ECONOMIZING OPERATION IS SYSTEM RELATED.

PRESSURE DROP OFTHE RETURNAIR SYSTEM SHOULD BE CONSIDEREDTO CONTROL BUILDING PRESSURIZATION.

Condensate Trap

The evaporator is a draw-thru configuration. A trap must be field provided prior to start-up on the cooling cycle.

Clearance Requirements

The recommended clearances identified with unit dimensions should be maintained to assure adequate service maximum capacity and peak operating efficiency. Actual clearances which appear inadequate should be reviewed with the localTrane sales personnel.

Unit Pitch

These units have reversible sloped condensate drain pans. Units must be installed level, any unit slope must be toward the side of unit where condensate drain is connected.

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Selection

Procedures

Cooling Capacity

Step 1

Calculate the building’s total and sensible cooling loads at design conditions. Use theTrane calculation methods or any other standard accepted method.

Factors used in unit selection:

A

Total Cooling Load: 59 MBh

B

Sensible Cooling Load: 40 MBh

C

Airflow: 2000 cfm

D

Electrical Characteristics: 460/60/3

E

Summer Design Conditions: Entering Evaporator Coil: 80 DB, 67WB Outdoor Ambient: 95

F

External Static Pressure: 0.36 in. wg

G

Downflow Configuration

H

High Efficiency

I

Economizer

Step 2

As a starting point, a rough determination must be made of the size of the unit.The final selection will be made after examining the performance at the given conditions. Divide the total cooling load by nominal BTUH per ton (12 MBh per ton); then round up to the nearest unit size.

59 MBh / 12 MBh = approx. 5 tons

Step 3

Table PD-3 shows that a WSC060A4 has a gross cooling capacity of 63.1 MBh and 47.5 MBh sensible capacity at 2000 cfm and 95 DB outdoor ambient with 80 DB, 67 WB air entering the evaporator.

To Find Capacity at Intermediate

Conditions Not in theTable

When the design conditions are between two numbers that are in the capacity table, interpolation is required to approximate the capacity. Note: Extrapolation outside of the table conditions is not recommended.

Step 4

In order to select the correct unit which meets the building’s requirements, the fan motor heat must be deducted from the gross cooling capacity.The amount of heat that the fan motor generates is dependent on the effort by the motor - cfm and static pressure.To determine the total unit static pressure:

External Static (duct system)

0.36 wg

Standard Filter 1 in.

0.09 wg

fromTable PD-23

 

Economizer

0.18 wg

(100% Outside Air)

fromTable

 

PD-23

Electric Heater Size 6 kW

0.056 wg

fromTable PD-23

 

(reference “Heating Capacity” section on this page for determination of heater size)

Total Static Pressure

0.69 wg

Note:The Evaporator Fan Performance Table PD-12 has deducted the pressure drop for a 1 in. filter already in the unit (see note belowTable PD-12).Therefore, the actual total static pressure is 0.69 - 0.09 (fromTable PD-23) = 0.60 wg.

With 2000 cfm and 0.60 wg.

Table PD-46 shows .90 bhp for this unit. Note below the table gives a formula to calculate Fan Motor Heat,

2.829 x bhp + .4024 = MBH.

2.829 x .90 + .4024 = 2.95 MBH.

Now subtract the fan motor heat from the gross cooling capacity of the unit: NetTotal Cooling Capacity

= 63.1 MBH - 2.95 = 60.15 MBH.

Net Sensible Cooling Capacity

= 47.5 MBH - 2.95 = 44.55 MBH.

Step 5

Compare results to original load requirements.

If the performance will not meet the building’s required total or sensible cooling load, try a selection at the next higher size unit.

Heating Capacity

Step 1

Calculate the building heating load using theTrane calculation form or other standard accepted method.

Step 2

Size the equipment usingTable PD-31 to match the heating loads at design conditions.

A

Total heating load: 50 MBH

B

Outdoor Ambient (Winter) 17 DB

C

Indoor ReturnTemperature: 70 DB

D

Airflow: 2000cfm

Use the integrated portion ofTable PD-31 for the WSC060A4 to determine capacity at winter design conditions.The mechanical heating portion of the heat pump will provide 32.7 MBh.

Step 3

Because 32.7 is less than the building’s required heating capacity at winter design conditions, a supplementary heater must be selected.

50 MBh-32.7 MBh = 17.3 MBh

The auxiliary eletric heat capacities are listed inTable PD-38. From the table, a 6 kW heater will deliver 20.48 MBH at 480 volts. In order to determine capacity at 460 volts, the heater voltage correction factor fromTable PD-39 must be used. Therefore, 20.48 MBH x .918 (voltage correction factor) = 18.80 MBH. A 6kW heater should be selected.

Air Delivery Selection

External static pressure drop through the air distribution system has been calculated to be 0.60 inches of water. EnterTable PD-12 for a WSC060A4 at 2000 cfm and 0.60 static pressure.The belt drive motor will give the desired airflow at a rated bhp of 0.90 and 998 rpm.

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Number

Description

W S

C

036

A

3

R

B

A ** C

0

0 0

A

1

0 0

0

1

A

1

1

2

3

4,5,6

7

8

9

10

11 12,13 14

15

16 17

18

19

20 21

22

23

24

25

DIGIT 1 - Unit Function

W = Packaged Heat Pump

DIGIT 2 - Efficiency

S = Standard Efficiency

DIGIT 3 - Airflow

C = Convertible

DIGITS 4,5,6 - Nominal Gross Cooling

Capacity (MBh)

036

=

3 Ton

048

=

4 Ton

060

=

5 Ton

072

=

6 Ton

090

=

7½ Ton

120

=

10 Ton

DIGIT 7 - Major Design Sequence

A = First

DIGIT 8 - Unit Voltage

1 = 208-230/60/1

3 = 208-230/60/3

4 = 460/60/3 W= 575/60/3

DIGIT 9 - Unit Controls

R = ReliaTel™Microprocessor

DIGIT 10 - Electric Heater

0 = No Electric Heater

A = 5 kw (1 phase) B = 6 kw (3 phase) D = 10 kw (1 phase)

E= 12 kw (3 phase)

F= 14 kw (1 phase)

G= 18 kw (1 and 3 phase)

J= 23 kw (3 phase)

K= 27 kw (3 phase)

N= 36 kw (3 phase)

P= 54 kw (3 phase)

DIGIT 11 - Minor Design Sequence

A = First Sequence

DIGITS 12,13 - Service Sequence

** = Factory Assigned

Example:

DIGIT 14 - Fresh Air Selection

0 = No Fresh Air

A = Manual Outside Air Damper 0-50%

B = Motorized Outside Air Damper 0-50% C = Economizer, Dry Bulb 0-100% without

Barometric Relief

D = Economizer, Dry Bulb 0-100% with Barometric Relief

E = Economizer, Reference Enthalpy 0-100% without Barometric Relief F = Economizer, Reference Enthalpy

0-100% with Barometric Relief

G = Economizer, Comparative Enthalpy 0-100% without Barometric Relief

H = Economizer, Comparative Enthalpy 0-100% with Barometric Relief

DIGIT 15 - Supply Fan/Drive Type/Motor

0 = Standard Drive

1 = Oversized Motor

2 = Optional Belt Drive Motor

DIGIT 16 - Hinged Service Access/Filters

0 = Standard Panels/Standard Filters

A = Hinged Access Panels/Standard Filters

B = Standard Panels/2” Pleated Filters

C = Hinged Access Panels/2” Pleated

Filters

DIGIT 17 - Condenser Coil Protection

0 = Standard Coil

1= Standard Coil with Hail Guard

2= Epoxy Coated Condenser Coil

3= Epoxy Coated Condenser Coil with Hail Guard

DIGIT 18 - Through the Base Provisions

0 =

No Through the Base Provisions

A =

Through the Base Electric

DIGIT 19 - Disconnect/Circuit Breaker/ Phase Monitor (3 phase only)

0 = No Disconnect/NoCircuit Breaker/No

Phase Monitor

1 = Unit Mounted Non-Fused Disconnect

2 = Unit Mounted Circuit Breaker

3 = Phase Monitor

4 = Phase Monitor & Non-Fused

Disconnect Switch

5 = Phase Monitor & Circuit Breaker

DIGIT 20 - Convenience Outlet

0 = No Convenience Outlet

A = Unpowered Convenience Outlet

B = Powered Convenience Outlet

(3 phase only)

DIGIT 21 - Communications Options

0 = No Communications Interface

1 = Trane Communications

Interface

2 = LonTalk® Communications

Interface

DIGIT 22 - Refrigeration System Option

0 = Standard Refrigeration System

DIGIT 23 - Refrigeration Controls

0 = No Refrigeration Control

1 = High Pressure Control

2 = Frostat

3 = Crankcase Heater

4= High Pressure Control and Frostat

5= High Pressure Control and Crankcase Heater

6= Frostat and Crankcase Heater

7= High Pressure Control, Frostat and Crankcase Heater

DIGIT 24 - Smoke Detector

0 = No Smoke Detector

A = Return Air Smoke Detector B = Supply Air Smoke Detector

C= Supply and Return Air Smoke

Detectors

DIGIT 25 - Monitoring Controls

0 = No Monitoring Control

1= Clogged Filter Switch

2= Fan Failure Switch

3= Discharge Air Sensing Tube

4= Clogged Filter Switch and Fan Fail Switch

5= Clogged Filter Switch and Discharge Air Sensing Tube

6= Fan Fail Switch and Discharge Air Sensing Tube

7= Clogged Filter and Fan Fail Switches and Discharge Air Sensing Tube

Model number WSC036A3RBA##C000A10001A0 describes a unit with the following characteristics: Packaged Heat Pump, 3 ton nominal cooling capacity, 208-230/60/3 power supply, ReliaTel™ controls, 6 kw electric heater model. 0-100% dry bulb economizer without barometric relief, standard direct drive motor, standard access panels/filters, standard condenser coil with no coil protection, through the base electric access, non-fused disconnect, no convenience outlet or communications interface, standard refrigeration coil, high pressure control, return air smoke detector, and clogged filter switch.

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General

(3, 4 Ton)

Data

Table GD-1 — General Data

 

 

 

3Ton Convertible Units

4Ton Convertible Units

 

 

 

WSC036A1

WSC036A3,A4,AW

WSC048A1

WSC048A3,A4,AW

 

 

CoolingPerformance1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gross Cooling Capacity

38,100

38,100

50,800

50,800

 

 

SEER2

9.80

10.20

10.50

10.70

 

 

Nominal CFM / ARI Rated CFM

1,200 / 1,200

1,200 / 1,200

1,600 / 1,600

1,600 / 1,600

 

 

ARI Net Cooling Capacity

36,600

36,000

48,500

48,500

 

 

Integrated Part Load Value

 

 

SystemPower(KW)

4.09

3.96

5.16

5.05

 

 

HeatingPerformance1

 

 

 

 

 

 

HighTemp.BtuhRating

35,000

35,000

47,000

47,000

 

 

SystemPowerKW

3.46

3.35

4.68

4.53

 

 

LowTemp.BtuhRating

18,600

18,600

28,800

28,800

 

 

 

 

SystemPowerKW

2.78

2.65

4.14

4.02

 

 

HSPF(Btu/Watts-hr)

6.75

6.95

6.80

6.90

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Compressor

 

 

 

 

 

 

No./Type

1/Recip.

1/Recip.

1/Scroll

1/Scroll

 

 

OutdoorSoundRating(dB)3

82

82

85

85

 

 

OutdoorCoil—Type

Lanced

Lanced

Lanced

Lanced

 

 

Tube Size (in.) OD

.3125

.3125

.3125

.3125

 

 

Face Area (sq ft)

9.59

9.59

9.59

9.59

 

 

Rows/FPI

2/17

2/17

3/17

3/17

 

 

RefrigerantControl

ExpansionValve

ExpansionValve

ExpansionValve

ExpansionValve

 

 

Indoor Coil —Type

Lanced

Lanced

Lanced

Lanced

 

 

Tube Size (in.)

.3125

.3125

.3125

.3125

 

 

Face Area (sq ft)

6.17

6.17

6.68

6.68

 

 

Rows/FPI

3/16

3/16

3/16

3/16

 

 

RefrigerantControl

Short Orifice

Short Orifice

Short Orifice

Short Orifice

 

 

Drain Connection No./Size (in.)

1/¾ NPT

1/¾ NPT

1/¾ NPT

1/¾ NPT

 

 

OutdoorFan—Type

Propeller

Propeller

Propeller

Propeller

 

 

No. Used/Diameter (in.)

1/22

1/22

1/22

1/22

 

 

DriveType/No.Speeds

Direct/1

Direct/1

Direct/1

Direct/1

 

 

CFM

2,950

2,950

3,200

3,200

 

 

No.Motors/HP

1/.25

1/.25

1/.40

1/.40

 

 

MotorRPM

1,075

1,075

1,075

1,075

 

 

DirectDriveIndoorFan—Type

FCCentrifugal

FCCentrifugal

FCCentrifugal

FCCentrifugal

 

 

No. Used

1

1

1

1

 

 

Diameter x Width (in.)

10 x 10

10 x 10

11 x 11

11 x 11

 

 

DriveType/No.Speeds

Direct/2

Direct/2

Direct/2

Direct/2

 

 

No.Motors

1

1

1

1

 

 

MotorHP(Standard/Oversized)

.33/.50

.33/.50

.60/.80

.60/.80

 

 

MotorRPM(Low/HighSpeed)

950/1,060

950/1,060

930/1,000

930/1,000

 

 

OversizedMotorRPM(Low/HighSpeed)

1,100/1,145

1,100/1,145

1,000/1,100

1,000/1,100

 

 

MotorFrameSize(Standard/Oversized)

48/48

48/48

48/48

48/48

 

 

BeltDriveIndoorFan—Type

FCCentrifugal

FCCentrifugal

 

 

No. Used

1

1

 

 

Diameter x Width (in.)

11 x 11

11 x 11

 

 

DriveType/No.Speeds

Belt/Variable Speed

Belt/Variable Speed

 

 

No.Motors

1

1

 

 

MotorHP (Standard/Oversized)

1.00/ —

1.00/ —

 

 

MotorRPM(Standard/Oversized)

1,750/ —

1,750/ —

 

 

MotorFrameSize(Standard/Oversized)

56/ —

56/ —

 

 

Filters — Type Furnished 5

Throwaway

Throwaway

Throwaway

Throwaway

 

 

(No.)SizeRecommended(in.)

(2) 20 x 25 x 1

(2) 20 x 25 x 1

(2) 20 x 25 x 1

(2) 20 x 25 x 1

 

 

RefrigerantCharge(LbsofR-22)4

6.5

6.8

9.4

10.2

 

 

Notes:

 

 

 

 

1.Cooling Performance and Heating Performance is rated at 95 F ambient, 80 F entering dry bulb, 67 F entering wet bulb . Gross capacity does not include the effect of fan motor heat. ARI capacity is net and includes the effect of fan motor heat. Units are suitable for operation to ±20% of nominal cfm. Certified in accordance with the Air-Source Unitary Heat Pump Equipment certification program, which is based on ARI Standard 210/240.

2.SEER is rated at ARI conditions and in accordance with DOE test procedures.

3.Outdoor Sound Rating shown is tested in accordance with ARI Standard 270. For more information refer to Table PD-25.

4.Refrigerant charge is an approximate value. For a more precise value, see unit nameplate and service instructions.

5.Optional 2 inch pleated filters are also available.

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Data

(5, 6Ton)

Table GD-2 — General Data

 

 

5Ton Convertible Units

6Ton Convertible Units

 

WSC060A1

WSC060A3,A4,AW

WSC072A3,A4,AW

CoolingPerformance1

 

 

 

Gross Cooling Capacity

63,100

63,100

74,000

EER/SEER2

— /9.70

— /10.10

10.6/ —

Nominal CFM / ARI Rated CFM

2,000/2,000

2,000/2,0000

2,400/2,100

ARI Net Cooling Capacity

60,000

60,000

70,000

Integrated Part Load Value

SystemPower(KW)

6.90

6.74

6.6

HeatingPerformance1

 

 

 

HighTemp.BtuhRating

59,000

59,000

68,000

SystemPowerKW/COP

5.96/ —

5.76/ —

6.04/3.3

LowTemp.BtuhRating

36,200

36,200

38,000

SystemPowerKW/COP

5.30/ —

5.05/ —

5.06/2.2

HSPF(Btu/Watts-hr)

6.96

7.00

Compressor

 

 

 

No./Type

1/Scroll

1/Scroll

1/Scroll

OutdoorSoundRating(dB)3

85

85

90

Outdoor Coil —Type

Lanced

Lanced

Lanced

Tube Size (in.) OD

.3125

.3125

.3125

Face Area (sq ft)

9.59

9.59

17.00

Rows/FPI

3/17

3/17

2/17

RefrigerantControl

ExpansionValve

ExpansionValve

ExpansionValve

Indoor Coil —Type

Lanced

Lanced

Lanced

Tube Size (in.)

.3125

.3125

.3125

Face Area (sq ft)

6.68

6.68

9.89

Rows/FPI

3/16

3/16

3/16

RefrigerantControl

Short Orifice

Short Orifice

Short Orifice

Drain Connection No./Size (in.)

1/¾ NPT

1/¾ NPT

1/¾ NPT

Outdoor Fan—Type

Propeller

Propeller

Propeller

No. Used/Diameter (in.)

1/22

1/22

1/26

DriveType/No.Speeds

Direct/1

Direct/1

Direct/1

CFM

3,200

3,200

6,200

No.Motors/HP

1/.40

1/.40

1/.70

MotorRPM

1,075

1,075

1,075

DirectDriveIndoorFan—Type

FCCentrifugal

FCCentrifugal

No. Used

1

1

Diameter x Width (in.)

11 x 115

11 x 115

DriveType/No.Speeds

Direct/2

Direct/2

No.Motors

1

1

MotorHP(Standard/Oversized)

.90/1.00

.90/1.00

MotorRPM(Low/HighSpeed)

985/1,100

985/1,100

OversizedMotorRPM(Low/HighSpeed)

1,080/1,135

1,080/1,135

MotorFrameSize(Standard/Oversized)

48/48

48/48

BeltDriveIndoorFan—Type

FCCentrifugal

FCCentrifugal

No. Used

1

1

Diameter x Width (in.)

11 x 11

12 x 12

DriveType/No.Speeds

Belt/Variable Speed

Belt/Variable Speed

No.Motors

1

1

MotorHP (Standard/Oversized)

1.00/ —

1.00/2.00

MotorRPM(Standard/Oversized)

1,750/ —

1,750/1,750

MotorFrameSize(Standard/Oversized)

56/ —

56/56

Filters — Type Furnished 6

Throwaway

Throwaway

Throwaway

(No.)SizeRecommended(in.)

(2) 20 x 25 x 1

(2) 20 x 25 x 1

(4) 16 x 25 x 2

RefrigerantCharge(LbsofR-22)4

7.9

8.5

8.2

Notes:

 

 

 

1.Cooling Performance and Heating Performance is rated at 95 F ambient, 80 F entering dry bulb, 67 F entering wet bulb . Gross capacity does not include the effect of fan motor heat. ARI capacity is net and includes the effect of fan motor heat. Units are suitable for operation to ±20% of nominal cfm. Certified in accordance with the Air-Source Unitary Heat Pump Equipment certification program, which is based on ARI Standard 210/240.

2.SEER is rated at ARI conditions and in accordance with DOE test procedures.

3.Outdoor Sound Rating shown is tested in accordance with ARI Standard 270. For more information refer to Table PD-25.

4.Refrigerant charge is an approximate value. For a more precise value, see unit nameplate and service instructions.

5 Fan Diameter with oversized motor is 12 x 11. 6. Optional 2 inch pleated filters are also available.

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General

 

Data

(7½, 10Ton)

Table GD-3 — General Data

 

7½ Ton Convertible Units

10 Ton Convertible Units

 

WSC090A3, A4, AW

WSC120A3, A4, AW

 

 

 

CoolingPerformance1

 

 

Gross Cooling Capacity

93,000

121,000

EER2

10.1

10.1

Nominal CFM / ARI Rated CFM

3,000/2,625

4,000/3,200

ARI Net Cooling Capacity

88,000

113,000

Integrated Part Load Value

10.7

SystemPower(KW)

8.71

11.19

HeatingPerformance1

 

 

HighTemp.BtuhRating

88,000

108,000

SystemPowerKW/COP

8.06/ 3.2

9.59/3.3

LowTemp.BtuhRating

50,000

59,000

SystemPowerKW/COP

6.66/2.2

7.86/2.2

HSPF(Btu/Watts-hr)

Compressor

 

 

No./Type

1/Scroll

2/Scrolls

OutdoorSoundRating(dB)3

90

88

OutdoorCoil—Type

Lanced

Lanced

Tube Size (in.) OD

.3125

.3125

Face Area (sq ft)

17.00

19.83

Rows/FPI

3/17

3/17

RefrigerantControl

ExpansionValve

ExpansionValve

Indoor Coil — Type

Lanced

Lanced

Tube Size (in.)

.3125

.3125

Face Area (sq ft)

9.89

12.36

Rows/FPI

4/16

4/16

RefrigerantControl

Short Orifice

Short Orifice

Drain Connection No./Size (in.)

1/¾ NPT

1/¾ NPT

Outdoor Fan—Type

Propeller

Propeller

No. Used/Diameter (in.)

1/26

1/26

DriveType/No.Speeds

Direct/1

Direct/1

CFM

6,400

6,700

No.Motors/HP

1/.70

1/.75

MotorRPM

1,075

1,075

BeltDriveIndoorFan—Type

FCCentrifugal

FCCentrifugal

No. Used

1

1

Diameter x Width (in.)

12 x 12

15 x 15

DriveType/No.Speeds

Belt/Variable Speed

Belt/Variable Speed

No.Motors

1

1

MotorHP (Standard/Oversized)

1.00/3.00

2.00/ 5.00

MotorRPM(Standard/Oversized)

1,750/1,750

1,750/3,450

MotorFrameSize(Standard/Oversized)

56/56

56/56

Filters — Type Furnished 5

Throwaway

Throwaway

(No.)SizeRecommended(in.)

(4) 16 x 25 x 2

(4) 20 x 25 x 2

RefrigerantCharge(LbsofR-22)4

12.2

7.9 Circuit #1/7.9 Circuit #2

Notes:

 

 

1.Cooling Performance and Heating Performance is rated at 95 F ambient, 80 F entering dry bulb, 67 F entering wet bulb . Gross capacity does not include the effect of fan motor heat. ARI capacity is net and includes the effect of fan motor heat. Units are suitable for operation to ±20% of nominal cfm. Certified in accordance with the Air-Source Unitary Heat Pump Equipment certification program, which is based on ARI Standard 210/240.

2.SEER is rated at ARI conditions and in accordance with DOE test procedures.

3.Outdoor Sound Rating shown is tested in accordance with ARI Standard 270. For more information refer to Table PD-25.

4.Refrigerant charge is an approximate value. For a more precise value, see unit nameplate and service instructions.

5.Optional 2 inch pleated filters are also available.

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Performance

 

Data

(3, 4Ton)

Table PD-1 — Gross Cooling Capacities (MBH) 3 Ton Single/Three Phase

WSC036A1, A3, A4, AW

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AmbientTemperature (F)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

85

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

95

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

105

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

115

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EnteringWet Bulb (F)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CFM

Bulb

 

 

61

 

67

 

73

 

 

61

67

73

 

61

67

73

 

 

61

67

73

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Airflow

(F)

 

MBH SHC

 

MBH

SHC

 

MBH SHC

 

 

MBH SHC

 

MBH SHC

 

MBH

SHC

 

 

MBH SHC

 

MBH SHC

 

MBH

SHC

 

 

MBH SHC

 

MBH SHC

 

MBH SHC

 

 

 

 

75

34.7

28.9

39.7

22.6

42.4

15.3

 

31.6

27.3

37.1

21.4

41.0

14.4

28.5

25.6

33.8

19.8

39.0

13.3

 

25.3

24.0

30.2

18.2

36.1

12.0

 

 

1080

80

35.4

34.8

39.8

28.1

42.9

21.0

 

 

32.5

32.5

37.2

26.8

41.3

20.0

29.9

29.9

33.9

25.2

39.1

18.9

 

27.4

27.4

30.4

23.6

36.2

17.6

 

 

 

85

37.7

37.7

 

40.1

33.5

43.4

26.1

 

35.3

35.3

37.6

32.4

41.5

25.3

32.7

32.7

34.4

30.8

39.3

24.4

 

30.1

30.1

31.0

29.2

36.3

23.1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

90

40.0

40.0

40.7

38.9

43.9

31.0

 

 

38.0

38.0

38.3

38.1

41.9

30.4

35.6

35.6

35.6

35.6

39.5

29.8

 

32.9

32.9

32.9

32.9

36.6

28.6

 

 

 

75

35.7

30.8

40.3

23.5

42.7

15.5

 

32.5

29.2

37.9

22.3

41.4

14.6

29.3

27.5

34.6

20.8

39.4

13.6

 

26.2

25.9

30.9

19.1

36.8

12.4

 

 

1200

80

36.6

36.6

40.5

29.5

43.3

21.9

 

 

34.1

34.1

38.1

28.5

41.7

20.9

31.4

31.4

34.8

26.9

39.7

19.8

 

 

28.7

28.7

31.2

25.3

36.9

18.5

 

 

85

39.3

39.3

40.9

35.4

43.9

26.9

 

37.0

37.0

38.5

34.6

42.0

26.3

34.4

34.4

35.4

33.2

39.8

25.7

 

31.7

31.7

32.0

31.6

37.0

24.6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

90

41.4

41.4

 

41.6

41.2

 

44.4

32.2

 

39.6

39.6

39.6

39.6

42.5

31.8

 

37.3

37.3

37.3

37.3

40.2

31.6

 

 

34.6

34.6

34.6

34.6

37.3

30.6

 

 

 

75

36.6

32.7

40.7

24.5

43.0

15.8

 

33.4

31.0

38.5

23.3

41.7

14.9

30.2

29.4

35.3

21.8

39.8

13.8

 

26.9

26.9

31.5

20.1

37.2

12.7

 

 

1320

80

38.1

38.1

41.0

30.7

43.6

22.6

 

35.5

35.5

38.7

30.0

42.1

21.6

 

32.8

32.8

35.6

28.6

40.1

20.6

 

30.0

30.0

31.9

26.9

37.4

19.4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

85

40.4

40.4

41.5

37.0

 

44.2

29.4

 

38.4

38.4

39.3

36.7

42.6

27.5

 

35.9

35.9

36.4

35.5

40.3

26.9

 

33.0

33.0

33.0

33.0

37.6

26.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

90

42.4

42.4

42.4

42.4

44.8

33.2

 

40.8

40.8

40.8

40.8

42.9

33.1

38.7

38.7

38.7

38.7

40.8

33.2

 

36.1

36.1

36.1

36.1

38.0

32.6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

75

37.3

34.5

41.0

25.1

43.3

16.0

 

34.2

32.9

38.9

24.3

41.9

15.1

30.8

30.8

35.8

22.8

40.1

14.1

 

27.9

27.9

32.0

21.2

37.6

13.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1440

80

39.2

39.2

41.4

31.9

 

43.9

23.4

 

36.8

36.8

39.2

31.5

42.4

22.1

34.0

34.0

36.2

30.2

40.4

21.4

 

 

31.1

31.1

32.6

28.6

37.8

20.2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

85

41.3

41.3

 

42.0

38.5

44.5

28.2

 

39.5

39.5

40.0

38.6

42.9

28.2

37.1

37.1

37.1

37.1

40.7

28.0

 

34.3

34.3

34.3

34.3

38.0

27.3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

90

43.1

43.1

43.1

43.1

45.1

34.1

 

41.7

41.7

41.7

41.7

43.3

34.3

39.7

39.7

39.7

39.7

41.3

34.7

 

37.3

37.3

37.3

37.3

38.6

34.4

 

 

Notes:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat. To obtain net cooling subtract indoor fan heat.

2.MBH = Total Gross Capacity

3.SHC = Sensible Heat Capacity

Table PD-2 — Gross Cooling Capacities (MBH) 4 Ton Single/Three Phase

 

WSC048A1, A3, A4, AW

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AmbientTemperature (F)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

85

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

95

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

105

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

115

 

 

 

 

 

Enter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EnteringWet Bulb (F)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CFM

Bulb

 

61

 

67

 

73

 

 

61

 

67

 

73

 

 

 

61

 

67

 

73

 

 

61

 

67

73

 

Airflow

(F)

MBH SHC MBH

SHC MBH SHC

MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC

MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC

MBH SHC MBH

SHC

MBH SHC

 

 

75

45.9

38.6

52.2

29.8

55.3

20.0

 

42.3

36.5

49.6

28.8

54.2

19.0

 

 

38.5

34.5

45.8

26.5

52.4

17.8

 

34.7

32.5

41.5

25.0

49.5

16.4

1440

80

47.0

46.5

52.4

37.2

55.9

27.7

 

43.6

43.6

49.8

35.9

54.7

26.7

 

40.5

40.5

45.9

34.0

52.6

25.3

37.3

37.3

41.8

32.0

49.6

23.9

85

50.1

50.1

52.8

44.4

56.6

34.0

 

47.4

47.4

50.2

43.4

55.0

33.4

 

44.3

44.3

46.6

41.6

52.9

32.8

41.1

41.1

42.5

39.6

49.8

31.3

 

 

 

 

 

 

90

52.9

52.9

53.6

51.5

57.2

40.3

 

50.9

50.9

51.3

51.1

55.5

40.2

 

48.1

48.1

48.1

48.1

53.2

39.8

45.0

45.0

45.0

45.0

50.0

38.7

 

75

47.2

41.1

52.9

31.1

55.7

20.3

 

43.5

39.1

50.6

29.8

54.7

19.3

 

 

39.7

37.0

46.9

28.0

52.9

18.2

35.8

35.0

42.6

25.9

50.3

16.9

1600

80

48.7

48.7

53.2

38.9

56.4

28.2

 

45.7

45.7

50.8

38.0

55.2

27.7

 

 

42.5

42.5

47.1

36.2

53.3

26.5

39.2

39.2

42.9

34.2

50.4

25.1

85

51.9

51.9

53.7

46.6

57.1

34.9

 

49.6

49.6

51.4

46.3

55.6

34.6

 

46.5

46.5

47.9

44.7

53.5

34.3

43.2

43.2

44.0

42.7

50.6

33.2

 

 

 

 

90

54.4

54.4

54.7

54.1

57.8

41.6

 

52.7

52.7

52.7

52.7

56.1

41.9

 

 

50.3

50.3

50.3

50.3

54.0

42.0

47.3

47.3

47.3

47.3

51.0

41.2

 

 

75

48.3

43.5

53.3

32.0

56.0

20.6

 

44.6

41.5

51.3

31.1

55.0

19.6

 

40.8

39.5

47.7

29.4

53.4

18.5

36.8

36.8

43.4

27.3

50.9

17.2

 

1760

80

50.4

50.4

53.8

40.4

56.7

28.6

 

47.6

47.6

51.5

40.0

55.7

28.4

 

44.3

44.3

48.1

38.4

53.8

27.5

 

40.9

40.9

43.9

36.4

51.1

26.2

85

53.3

53.3

54.5

48.6

57.5

35.6

 

51.3

51.3

52.3

48.8

56.3

36.1

 

48.4

48.4

49.2

47.7

54.1

35.7

45.1

45.1

45.1

45.1

51.3

35.0

 

 

 

 

90

55.5

55.5

55.5

55.5

58.2

42.8

 

54.1

54.1

54.1

54.1

56.7

43.4

 

52.0

52.0

52.0

52.0

54.7

43.9

49.2

49.2

49.2

49.2

51.8

43.6

 

75

49.3

45.8

53.8

32.9

56.3

20.9

 

45.7

43.9

51.8

32.3

55.3

20.0

 

41.9

41.9

48.5

30.7

53.7

18.9

38.1

38.1

44.1

28.6

51.3

17.6

 

1920

80

51.7

51.7

54.3

41.7

57.0

29.1

 

49.1

49.1

52.2

41.7

56.0

28.9

 

45.9

45.9

48.9

40.5

54.1

28.2

42.4

42.4

44.8

38.5

51.6

27.2

 

85

54.3

54.3

55.1

50.3

57.8

36.4

 

52.6

52.6

53.1

51.1

56.7

37.1

 

 

50.0

50.0

50.0

50.0

54.6

37.0

 

46.8

46.8

46.8

46.8

51.8

36.6

 

 

 

 

 

 

90

56.3

56.3

56.3

56.3

58.5

43.8

 

55.1

55.1

55.1

55.1

57.1

44.7

 

53.2

53.2

53.2

53.2

55.2

45.7

50.7

50.7

50.7

50.7

52.5

45.8

Notes:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat. To obtain net cooling subtract indoor fan heat.

2.MBH = Total Gross Capacity

3.SHC = Sensible Heat Capacity

PKGP-PRC003-EN

17

Performance

(5, 6Ton)

Data

Table PD-3 — Gross Cooling Capacities (MBh)

5 Ton Three Phase WSC060A1,A3, A4, AW

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AmbientTemperature (F)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

85

 

 

 

 

95

 

 

 

 

105

 

 

 

 

115

 

 

 

Enter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EnteringWet Bulb (F)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CFM

Bulb

61

67

73

61

67

73

61

67

73

61

67

73

Airflow

(F)

MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC

 

75

56.7

48.0

64.9

37.3

68.9

25.0

52.5

45.7

61.6

35.5

67.6

23.9

48.1

43.4

56.8

33.2

65.2

22.5

43.5

41.0

51.4

31.6

60.9

20.6

1800

80

58.3

58.1

65.1

46.5

69.6

34.5

54.4

54.4

61.7

44.9

68.1

33.3

50.8

50.8

57.0

42.5

65.4

31.8

46.9

46.9

51.7

40.0

61.0

29.8

85

62.4

62.4

65.6

55.7

70.0

42.1

59.1

59.1

62.3

54.3

68.5

42.0

55.4

55.4

57.8

52.1

65.7

41.1

51.4

51.4

52.7

49.6

61.1

39.0

 

 

90

66.0

66.0

66.7

64.7

70.8

50.1

63.6

63.6

63.6

63.6

69.0

50.5

60.1

60.1

60.1

60.1

66.0

50.0

56.0

56.0

55.9

55.9

61.5

48.3

 

75

58.3

51.1

65.8

38.9

69.3

25.3

54.0

48.8

62.9

37.3

68.2

24.2

49.5

46.4

58.2

35.0

65.9

22.9

44.8

44.0

52.6

32.5

61.9

21.1

2000

80

60.5

60.5

66.1

48.7

70.1

35.3

57.0

57.0

63.1

47.5

68.7

34.6

53.1

53.1

58.4

45.3

66.2

33.1

49.0

49.0

53.0

42.7

62.1

31.3

85

64.7

64.7

66.8

58.5

71.0

43.7

61.8

61.8

63.9

57.9

69.2

43.5

58.0

58.0

59.6

55.9

66.5

43.0

53.8

53.8

54.4

53.4

62.2

41.4

 

 

90

67.9

67.9

68.1

68.0

71.4

51.6

65.8

65.8

65.8

65.8

69.8

52.6

62.7

62.7

62.7

62.7

67.0

52.7

58.6

58.6

58.6

58.6

62.7

51.5

 

75

59.8

54.1

66.4

40.2

69.6

25.7

55.4

51.8

63.8

38.9

68.6

24.6

50.9

49.4

59.3

36.7

66.4

23.3

46.0

46.0

53.6

34.1

62.7

21.5

2200

80

62.7

62.7

66.9

50.7

70.5

35.9

59.2

59.2

64.1

50.0

69.0

35.2

55.2

55.2

59.6

47.9

66.8

34.4

50.9

50.9

54.1

45.4

62.9

32.6

85

66.4

66.4

67.7

61.0

71.4

44.7

64.0

64.0

65.1

61.0

69.8

44.8

60.3

60.3

61.0

59.5

67.2

44.8

55.9

55.9

55.9

55.9

63.0

43.6

 

 

90

69.2

69.2

69.2

69.2

71.9

53.0

67.5

67.5

67.5

67.5

70.5

54.5

64.7

64.7

64.7

64.7

67.8

55.1

60.8

60.8

60.8

60.8

63.7

54.5

 

75

61.0

56.9

67.0

41.3

69.9

26.0

56.7

54.6

64.6

40.4

68.9

25.0

51.9

51.9

60.2

38.3

66.8

23.7

47.5

47.5

54.4

35.7

63.3

22.0

2400

80

64.3

64.3

67.5

52.4

70.8

36.4

61.1

61.1

64.9

52.2

69.4

35.9

57.1

57.1

60.6

50.4

67.2

35.4

52.6

52.6

55.1

47.9

63.5

33.9

85

67.6

67.6

68.5

63.3

71.8

45.6

65.5

65.5

66.1

63.8

70.2

46.0

62.2

62.2

62.2

62.2

67.8

46.4

57.8

57.8

57.8

57.8

63.7

45.6

 

 

90

70.2

70.2

70.2

70.2

72.3

54.3

68.7

68.7

68.7

68.7

71.0

56.2

66.2

66.2

66.2

66.2

68.5

57.3

62.6

62.6

62.6

62.6

64.5

57.2

Notes:

1.All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat. To obtain net cooling subtract indoor fan heat.

2.MBH = Total Gross Capacity

3.SHC = Sensible Heat Capacity

Table PD-4 — Gross Cooling Capacities (MBh)

6Ton Three Phase WSC072A3, A4, AW

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AmbientTemperature (F)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

85

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

95

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

105

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

115

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EnteringWet Bulb (F)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CFM

Bulb

 

61

 

67

 

73

 

 

61

 

67

 

73

 

61

 

67

 

73

 

61

 

67

 

73

 

 

Airflow

(F)

MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC

MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC

MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC

MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC

 

75

67.2

58.4

75.7

44.4

79.1

29.2

 

62.2

56.0

72.2

43.0

78.1

28.2

 

57.0

53.5

66.8

40.7

75.9

27.0

 

51.7

51.0

60.8

38.2

72.1

25.6

 

 

2160

80

69.3

69.3

76.0

55.5

80.0

40.6

 

65.3

65.3

72.5

54.6

78.6

39.6

 

61.0

61.0

67.3

52.2

76.2

38.3

 

56.6

56.6

61.4

49.6

72.2

37.0

 

 

85

74.1

74.1

76.6

66.2

80.8

49.0

 

70.7

70.7

73.4

66.1

79.4

50.9

 

66.5

66.5

68.4

63.8

76.4

49.6

 

62.1

62.1

62.8

61.4

72.4

48.2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

90

77.4

77.4

77.8

76.6

81.7

58.2

 

75.2

75.2

75.2

75.2

80.1

59.8

 

71.9

71.9

71.9

71.9

77.0

59.9

 

67.7

67.7

67.7

67.7

72.9

59.4

 

 

 

75

69.1

62.4

76.5

46.4

79.5

29.7

 

64.1

59.9

73.6

45.2

78.5

28.7

 

58.8

57.4

68.4

43.0

76.5

27.4

 

53.6

53.6

62.2

40.5

73.1

26.1

 

 

2400

80

72.3

72.3

77.0

57.9

80.3

42.3

 

68.3

68.3

74.0

57.8

79.1

41.2

 

63.9

63.9

69.0

55.7

76.9

40.0

 

59.3

59.3

63.0

53.2

73.2

38.7

 

 

85

76.2

76.2

77.8

69.3

81.3

50.1

 

73.7

73.7

74.9

70.1

79.9

51.0

 

69.7

69.7

70.4

68.7

77.3

51.5

 

65.2

65.2

65.2

65.2

73.4

51.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

90

79.1

79.1

79.1

79.1

82.2

59.7

 

77.4

77.4

77.4

77.4

80.7

61.6

 

74.6

74.6

74.6

74.6

78.0

62.8

 

70.9

70.9

70.9

70.9

74.2

63.0

 

 

 

75

70.7

66.2

77.1

48.4

79.8

30.1

 

65.8

63.8

74.5

47.2

78.9

29.1

 

60.5

60.5

69.6

45.2

77.0

27.9

 

55.7

55.7

63.4

42.7

73.8

26.5

 

 

2640

80

74.4

74.4

77.7

60.0

80.6

43.9

 

70.9

70.9

75.0

60.7

79.4

42.9

 

66.5

66.5

70.3

59.1

77.4

41.7

 

61.7

61.7

64.5

56.7

74.0

40.3

 

 

85

77.8

77.8

78.7

71.9

81.6

51.0

 

75.7

75.7

76.3

73.7

80.3

52.3

 

72.4

72.4

72.4

72.4

78.0

53.3

 

67.9

67.9

67.9

67.9

74.4

53.6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

90

80.1

80.1

80.1

80.1

82.6

61.0

 

78.9

78.9

78.9

78.9

81.2

63.3

 

76.5

76.5

76.5

76.5

78.8

65.3

 

73.2

73.2

73.2

73.2

75.3

66.4

 

 

 

75

72.2

70.0

77.6

48.8

80.0

30.5

 

67.2

67.2

75.2

49.0

79.1

29.5

 

62.5

62.5

70.6

47.3

77.3

28.4

 

57.6

57.6

64.5

44.8

74.3

27.0

 

 

2880

80

75.9

75.9

78.3

61.8

81.0

41.5

 

73.2

73.2

75.9

63.3

80.1

42.2

 

68.8

68.8

71.5

62.4

78.0

42.6

 

63.9

63.9

65.8

60.1

74.6

42.0

 

 

85

78.8

78.8

79.3

74.1

81.9

51.9

 

77.1

77.1

77.4

76.8

80.7

53.4

 

74.2

74.2

74.3

74.3

78.5

55.0

 

70.0

70.0

70.1

70.1

75.1

55.9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

90

80.9

80.9

80.9

80.9

82.9

62.2

 

79.9

79.9

79.9

79.9

81.6

64.8

 

77.9

77.9

77.9

77.9

79.4

67.5

 

74.9

74.9

74.9

74.9

76.2

69.4

 

 

Notes:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat. To obtain net cooling subtract indoor fan heat.

2.MBH = Total Gross Capacity

3.SHC = Sensible Heat Capacity

18

PKGP-PRC003-EN

Performance

 

Data

(7½, 10Ton)

Table PD-5 — Gross Cooling Capacities (MBh)

7½ Ton Three Phase

WSC090A3, A4, AW

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AmbientTemperature (F)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

85

 

 

 

 

95

 

 

 

 

105

 

 

 

 

115

 

 

 

Enter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EnteringWet Bulb (F)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CFM

Bulb

61

67

73

61

67

73

61

67

73

61

67

73

Airflow

(F)

MBH SHC MBH

SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH

SHC MBH

SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH

SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC

 

75

84.9

72.7

94.8

55.6

98.6

36.8

78.6

69.6

91.0

53.9

97.7

35.7

72.1

66.4

84.4

51.0

95.3

34.2

65.3

63.2

76.7

47.8

90.8

32.4

2700

80

86.9

86.9

95.1

68.8

99.8

50.9

81.9

81.9

91.4

67.7

98.8

50.2

76.6

76.6

85.0

64.9

95.8

48.2

70.9

70.9

77.4

61.7

90.9

46.3

85

92.6

92.6

96.0

81.8

101.0

61.1

88.6

88.6

92.3

81.6

99.7

62.3

83.4

83.4

86.4

79.2

96.0

61.6

77.8

77.8

79.4

76.1

91.2

59.9

 

 

90

96.7

96.7

97.4

94.3

102.1

72.3

94.2

94.2

94.2

94.2

100.7

74.5

90.1

90.1

90.1

90.1

96.8

74.4

84.9

84.9

84.9

84.9

91.8

73.6

 

75

87.3

77.4

95.9

57.9

99.1

37.3

81.0

74.4

92.5

56.3

98.3

36.2

74.4

71.2

86.3

53.7

96.1

34.8

67.2

67.2

78.5

50.5

92.0

33.0

3000

80

90.5

90.5

96.3

71.5

100.3

50.7

85.8

85.8

93.0

71.6

99.4

51.2

80.1

80.1

87.0

69.2

96.7

50.3

74.3

74.3

79.6

66.0

92.2

48.4

85

95.2

95.2

97.4

85.3

101.5

62.2

92.2

92.2

94.2

86.5

100.5

64.1

87.3

87.3

88.9

85.0

97.2

64.2

81.6

81.6

82.3

82.1

92.6

63.5

 

 

90

98.7

98.7

98.9

98.1

102.7

74.0

96.9

96.9

96.9

96.9

101.6

77.1

93.5

93.5

93.5

93.5

98.1

77.9

88.7

88.7

88.7

88.7

93.5

78.1

 

75

89.3

82.0

96.7

59.5

99.4

37.8

83.3

79.1

93.7

58.7

98.7

36.8

76.5

75.9

87.8

56.3

96.7

35.4

69.8

69.8

80.1

53.1

92.9

33.7

3300

80

92.9

92.9

97.2

73.8

100.6

54.8

88.9

88.9

94.3

75.0

99.9

52.0

83.4

83.4

88.8

73.3

97.6

52.2

77.3

77.3

81.5

70.2

93.3

50.4

85

97.0

97.0

98.4

88.2

101.9

63.3

94.7

94.7

95.8

90.8

101.0

65.6

90.6

90.6

91.3

90.6

98.5

67.2

85.0

85.0

85.0

85.0

93.7

66.6

 

 

90

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 103.1

75.4

98.7

98.7

98.7

98.7

102.3

79.2

95.9

95.9

95.9

95.9

99.1

80.9

91.8

91.8

91.8

91.8

94.9

82.2

 

75

91.0

86.2

97.3

60.8

99.7

38.3

85.3

83.8

94.5

61.1

99.0

37.3

78.4

78.4

89.1

58.8

97.1

35.9

72.1

72.1

81.5

55.7

93.6

34.3

3600

80

94.8

94.8

97.8

75.8

100.9

56.7

91.5

91.5

95.4

78.1

100.2

55.6

86.2

86.2

90.4

77.2

98.1

53.4

80.0

80.0

83.3

74.4

94.1

52.5

85

98.3

98.3

99.1

90.7

102.2

64.2

96.5

96.5

97.1

94.5

101.5

66.9

93.0

93.0

93.0

93.0

99.0

68.9

87.8

87.8

87.8

87.8

94.7

69.4

 

 

90

100.9 100.9 100.9 100.8 103.5

76.8

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 102.7

81.1

97.7

97.7

97.7

97.7

99.9

83.5

94.0

94.0

94.0

94.0

96.1

85.9

Notes:

1.All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat. To obtain net cooling subtract indoor fan heat.

2.MBH = Total Gross Capacity

3.SHC = Sensible Heat Capacity

Table PD-6 — Gross Cooling Capacities (MBh)

10 Ton Three Phase

WSC120A3, A4, AW

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AmbientTemperature (F)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

85

 

 

 

 

95

 

 

 

 

105

 

 

 

 

115

 

 

 

Enter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EnteringWet Bulb (F)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CFM

Bulb

61

67

73

61

67

73

61

67

73

61

67

73

Airflow

(F)

MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC MBH SHC

 

75

110.8

96.7

123.3

73.1

127.7

47.6

102.7

92.6

118.5

70.9

126.5

46.1

94.5

88.6

110.3

67.5

123.6

44.2

86.2

84.6

100.9

63.7

118.4

42.0

3600

80

114.3 114.3 123.8

92.0

129.2

64.9

107.9 107.9 119.0

89.8

127.8

65.2

101.1 101.1 111.1

86.4

124.3

63.2

94.1

94.1

102.0

82.4

118.6

60.9

85

121.4 121.4 125.0

108.3 130.7

79.5

116.7 116.7 120.4

108.6 129.1

81.4

110.3 110.3 113.3

105.8 124.5

81.0

103.3 103.3 104.9

102.1 119.0

79.5

 

 

90

126.4 126.4 126.9

124.8 132.2

94.4

123.4

123.4 123.4

123.4 130.5

97.7

118.7 118.7 118.7

118.7 125.8

98.0

112.4 112.4 112.4 112.4 120.0

97.6

 

75

113.8 103.0 124.4

75.6

128.2

48.3

105.9

99.1

120.3

74.2

127.0

46.9

97.5

95.1

112.7

71.1

124.4

45.0

89.0

89.0

103.2

67.1

119.7

42.8

4000

80

118.7 118.7 125.2

94.3

129.7

65.7

112.8 112.8 121.0

94.8

128.5

66.4

105.7 105.7 113.8

92.1

125.1

65.4

98.5

98.5

104.8

88.2

120.1

63.7

85

124.5 124.5 126.6

112.7 131.3

81.0

120.9

120.9 122.8

114.9 130.0

83.6

115.1 115.1 116.6

113.7 126.5

84.9

108.2 108.2 108.2

108.2 120.6

83.8

 

 

90

128.5 128.5 128.5

128.5 132.8

96.5

126.4

126.4 126.4

126.4 131.5 100.8 122.5 122.5 122.5 122.5 127.3 102.3 117.1

117.1

117.1

117.1 121.9

103.3

 

75

116.5 109.1 125.6

78.0

128.5

49.0

108.8

105.5 121.7

77.4

127.6

47.6

99.8

99.8

114.6

74.6

125.0

45.8

92.3

92.3

105.2

70.7

120.6

43.7

4400

80

121.6 121.6 126.2

97.3

130.0

72.0

116.8 116.8 122.6

99.3

129.1

67.4

109.9 109.9 116.1

97.6

126.0

67.5

102.4 102.4 107.3

93.9

121.2

66.4

85

126.5 126.5 127.8 116.4 131.7

82.3

123.7

123.7 124.7

120.3 130.6

85.4

119.0 119.0 119.0 119.0 126.9

86.7

112.3 112.3 112.3 112.3 121.9

87.6

 

 

90

129.9 129.9 129.9

129.9 133.2

98.3

128.4

128.4 128.4

128.4 132.2

103.4 125.2 125.2 125.2 125.2 128.3

105.9 120.4 120.4 120.4

120.4 123.5 108.2

 

75

118.6 114.7 126.2

79.7

128.8

49.7

110.7 110.7 122.6

80.1

127.9

48.3

103.1 103.1 116.2

77.9

125.5

46.6

95.4

95.4

107.0

74.2

121.3

44.5

4800

80

123.7 123.7 127.0

99.8

130.3

74.6

119.8 119.8 123.9

103.2 129.5

68.4

113.4 113.4 118.0

102.8 126.9

69.3

105.9 105.9 109.5

99.4

121.6

68.7

85

127.8 127.8 128.6

119.4 132.1

83.4

125.8

125.8 125.8

125.8 131.0

87.1

121.7 121.7 121.7

121.7 127.6

89.1

115.8 115.8 115.8 115.8 122.9

91.0

 

 

90

130.8 130.8 130.8

130.8 133.6

100.1 129.7

129.7 129.7

129.7 132.7

105.7 127.0 127.0 127.0 127.0 129.2

109.1 122.8 122.8 122.8

122.8 124.8 112.5

Notes:

1.All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat. To obtain net cooling subtract indoor fan heat.

2.MBH = Total Gross Capacity

3.SHC = Sensible Heat Capacity

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Performance

(3, 4, 5Ton)

Data

Table PD-7 — Direct Drive Evaporator Fan Performance — 3, 4 And 5 Ton WSC036A, WSC048A, WSC060A

 

 

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water) & Motor Power (Bhp)1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

StandardMotor

 

 

 

Oversized Motor2

 

 

 

 

 

Unit

 

 

High Speed

Low Speed

 

High Speed

Low Speed

 

 

 

Tons

Model No.

CFM

 

ESP

BHP

 

ESP

BHP

 

ESP

BHP

 

ESP

BHP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

960

0.81

0.36

 

0.61

0.28

 

0.96

0.39

 

0.89

0.35

 

 

 

 

 

1020

0.77

0.37

 

0.57

0.28

 

0.94

0.41

 

0.86

0.47

 

 

 

 

 

1080

0.73

0.38

 

0.50

0.29

 

0.91

0.43

 

0.82

0.39

 

 

 

 

 

1140

0.69

0.39

 

0.42

0.29

 

0.88

0.44

 

0.77

0.40

 

 

 

3

WSC036A

1200

0.66

0.40

 

0.34

0.30

 

0.84

0.45

 

0.74

0.41

 

 

 

 

Horizontal

1260

0.60

0.41

 

0.26

0.30

 

0.80

0.46

 

0.70

0.42

 

 

 

 

 

1320

0.55

0.42

 

0.14

0.31

 

0.75

0.48

 

0.65

0.44

 

 

 

 

 

1380

0.49

0.42

 

0.05

0.31

 

0.70

0.49

 

0.59

0.45

 

 

 

 

 

1440

0.44

0.43

 

—-

—-

0.64

0.52

 

0.54

0.48

 

 

 

 

 

1280

0.93

0.53

 

0.81

0.47

 

1.20

0.67

 

0.99

0.56

 

 

 

 

 

1360

0.87

0.54

 

0.75

0.47

 

1.15

0.68

 

0.94

0.58

 

 

 

 

 

1440

0.80

0.54

 

0.68

0.48

 

1.10

0.70

 

0.88

0.60

 

 

 

 

 

1520

0.73

0.55

 

0.60

0.48

 

1.05

0.73

 

0.81

0.63

 

 

 

4

WSC048A

1600

0.66

0.55

 

0.51

0.49

 

1.00

0.75

 

0.74

0.64

 

 

 

 

Horizontal

1680

0.57

0.56

 

0.38

0.49

 

0.95

0.78

 

0.65

0.66

 

 

 

 

 

1760

0.47

0.56

 

0.23

0.50

 

0.90

0.82

 

0.50

0.68

 

 

 

 

 

1840

0.37

0.57

 

0.13

0.50

 

0.83

0.83

 

0.35

0.70

 

 

 

 

 

1920

0.27

0.57

 

—-

—-

0.75

0.85

 

—-

0.73

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1600

0.90

0.78

 

0.82

0.64

 

1.20

0.90

 

1.05

0.85

 

 

 

 

 

1700

0.85

0.82

 

0.68

0.65

 

1.15

0.94

 

0.95

0.89

 

 

 

 

 

1800

0.80

0.85

 

0.56

0.65

 

1.05

0.98

 

0.85

0.91

 

 

 

 

 

1900

0.70

0.88

 

0.46

0.65

 

0.98

1.02

 

0.75

0.94

 

 

 

5

WSC060A

2000

0.60

0.90

 

0.30

0.66

 

0.90

1.05

 

0.65

0.95

 

 

 

 

Horizontal

2100

0.50

0.93

 

0.14

0.66

 

0.80

1.10

 

0.50

0.96

 

 

 

 

 

2200

0.40

0.95

 

0.05

0.67

 

0.70

1.12

 

0.35

0.96

 

 

 

 

 

2300

0.30

0.97

 

—-

—-

0.60

1.17

 

0.15

0.97

 

 

 

 

 

2400

0.20

1.00

 

—-

—-

0.48

1.20

 

—-

—-

 

 

 

 

 

960

0.86

0.36

 

0.61

0.28

 

1.01

0.39

 

0.89

0.35

 

 

 

 

 

1020

0.82

0.37

 

0.62

0.28

 

0.99

0.41

 

0.91

0.47

 

 

 

 

 

1080

0.78

0.38

 

0.55

0.29

 

0.96

0.43

 

0.87

0.39

 

 

 

 

 

1140

0.74

0.39

 

0.47

0.29

 

0.93

0.44

 

0.82

0.40

 

 

 

3

WSC036A

1200

0.71

0.40

 

0.39

0.30

 

0.89

0.45

 

0.79

0.41

 

 

 

 

Downflow

1260

0.65

0.41

 

0.31

0.30

 

0.85

0.46

 

0.75

0.42

 

 

 

 

 

1320

0.60

0.42

 

0.19

0.31

 

0.80

0.48

 

0.70

0.44

 

 

 

 

 

1380

0.54

0.42

 

0.10

0.31

 

0.75

0.49

 

0.64

0.45

 

 

 

 

 

1440

0.49

0.43

 

—-

—-

0.69

0.52

 

0.59

0.48

 

 

 

 

 

1280

0.98

0.53

 

0.86

0.47

 

1.25

0.67

 

1.04

0.56

 

 

 

 

 

1360

0.92

0.54

 

0.80

0.47

 

1.20

0.68

 

0.99

0.58

 

 

 

 

 

1440

0.85

0.54

 

0.73

0.48

 

1.15

0.70

 

0.93

0.60

 

 

 

 

 

1520

0.78

0.55

 

0.65

0.48

 

1.10

0.73

 

0.86

0.63

 

 

 

4

WSC048A

1600

0.71

0.55

 

0.56

0.49

 

1.05

0.75

 

0.79

0.64

 

 

 

 

Downflow

1680

0.62

0.56

 

0.43

0.49

 

1.00

0.78

 

0.70

0.66

 

 

 

 

 

1760

0.52

0.56

 

0.28

0.50

 

0.95

0.82

 

0.55

0.68

 

 

 

 

 

1840

0.42

0.57

 

0.18

0.50

 

0.88

0.83

 

0.40

0.70

 

 

 

 

 

1920

0.32

0.57

 

—-

—-

0.80

0.85

 

—-

—-

 

 

 

 

 

1600

0.95

0.78

 

0.87

0.64

 

1.25

0.90

 

1.10

0.85

 

 

 

 

 

1700

0.90

0.82

 

0.73

0.65

 

1.20

0.94

 

1.00

0.89

 

 

 

 

 

1800

0.85

0.85

 

0.61

0.65

 

1.10

0.98

 

0.90

0.91

 

 

 

 

 

1900

0.75

0.88

 

0.51

0.65

 

1.03

1.02

 

0.80

0.94

 

 

 

5

WSC060A

2000

0.65

0.90

 

0.35

0.66

 

0.95

1.05

 

0.70

0.95

 

 

 

 

Downflow

2100

0.55

0.93

 

0.19

0.66

 

0.85

1.10

 

0.55

0.96

 

 

 

 

 

2200

0.45

0.95

 

0.10

0.67

 

0.75

1.12

 

0.40

0.96

 

 

 

 

 

2300

0.35

0.97

 

—-

—-

0.65

1.17

 

0.20

0.97

 

 

 

 

 

2400

0.25

1.00

 

—-

—-

0.53

1.20

 

—-

—-

 

Fan motor heat (MBh) = 4.39 x Fan Bhp

Factory supplied motors, in commercial equipment, are definite purpose motors, specifically designed and tested to operate reliably and continuously at all cataloged conditions. Using the full horsepower range of our fan motors as shown in our tabular data will not result in nuisance tripping or premature motor failure. Our product’s warranty will not be affected.

Notes:

1.Data includes pressure drop due to wet coil and filters.

2.5 ton oversized motor performance is with 12 x 11 FC blower wheel.

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PKGP-PRC003-EN

Performance

Data (3Ton)

Table PD-8 — Belt Drive Evaporator Fan Performance — 3 Ton — WSC036A3,A4,AW — Downflow Airflow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

.10

 

.20

 

.30

.40

 

 

.50

 

.60

 

.70

 

.80

.90

 

1.00

CFM

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Field Supplied Low Static Drive (1)

 

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Drive

 

 

 

960

528

0.12

599

0.16

658

0.20

713

0.24

763

0.29

810

0.33

855

0.38

898

0.43

939

0.49

1080

557

0.15

625

0.19

685

0.24

738

0.28

786

0.33

832

0.38

876

0.43

917

0.48

957

0.54

1200

588

0.19

652

0.23

712

0.28

764

0.33

811

0.38

856

0.43

898

0.48

939

0.54

978

0.59

1320

552

0.18

622

0.23

681

0.27

738

0.32

790

0.38

838

0.44

882

0.49

923

0.55

962

0.60

1000

0.66

1440

588

0.23

657

0.28

713

0.33

765

0.37

817

0.43

865

0.50

909

0.56

949

0.62

987

0.68

1024

0.74

Table PD-8 — Continued

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

 

1.10

1.20

1.30

1.40

 

1.50

 

CFM

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

960

978

0.54

1016

0.60

1052

0.66

1086

0.72

 

1120

0.78

 

1080

995

0.59

1033

0.65

1069

0.71

1103

0.78

 

1136

0.84

 

1200

1015

0.65

1051

0.71

1086

0.77

1120

0.84

 

1154

0.91

 

1320

1036

0.72

1072

0.78

1106

0.85

1138

0.91

 

1171

0.98

 

1440

1060

0.80

1094

0.86

1128

0.93

1160

1.00

 

1192

1.07

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor &Field Supplied High Static Drive (2)

For Standard Evaporator Fan Speed (RPM), reference Table PD-20. Notes:

Data includes pressure drop due to standard filters and wet coils. No accessories or options are included in pressure drop data.

Refer to Table PD-23 to determine additional static pressure drop due to other options/accessories.

Fan Motor Heat (MBH) = 2.829 x Fan BHP+.4024.

1.Field Supplied Fan Sheave AK69 required. Field Supplied Belt may be necessary.

2.Field Supplied Fan Sheave AK41 required. Field Supplied Belt may be necessary.

Factory supplied motors, in commercial equipment, are definite purpose motors, specifically designed and tested to operate reliably and continuously at all cataloged conditions. Using the full horsepower range of our fan motors as shown in our tabular data will not result in nuisance tripping or premature motor failure. Our product’s warranty will not be affected.

Table PD-9 — Belt Drive Evaporator Fan Performance — 3 Ton — WSC036A3,A4,AW — Horizontal Airflow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

.10

 

.20

 

.30

 

.40

 

.50

 

.60

 

.70

 

.80

.90

 

1.00

CFM

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Field Supplied Low Static Drive (1)

 

 

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

960

588

0.15

661

0.19

725

0.24

782

0.29

832

0.35

878

0.40

919

0.46

958

0.51

996

0.56

1080

531

0.13

622

0.18

694

0.24

756

0.29

813

0.34

864

0.40

910

0.46

954

0.52

993

0.59

1031

0.65

1200

570

0.17

654

0.23

727

0.28

787

0.34

843

0.40

895

0.46

942

0.52

986

0.59

1026

0.66

1064

0.73

1320

610

0.22

687

0.28

760

0.34

821

0.40

875

0.46

925

0.53

973

0.59

1017

0.66

1058

0.73

1095

0.81

1440

651

0.27

723

0.33

793

0.40

855

0.47

908

0.53

956

0.60

1003

0.67

1047

0.75

1088

0.82

1127

0.89

1-HP Standard Motor &Field Supplied High Static Drive (2)

Table PD-9 — Continued

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

1.10

 

1.20

1.30

1.40

1.50

CFM

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

960

1032

0.62

1066

0.67

1101

0.73

1133

0.79

1166

0.86

1080

1065

0.70

1099

0.76

1132

0.82

1164

0.89

1194

0.95

1200

1099

0.80

1133

0.86

1166

0.93

1197

0.99

1227

1.06

1320

1132

0.88

1167

0.96

1200

1.04

1230

1.11

1261

1.19

1440

1164

0.97

1199

1.05

1232

1.14

1263

1.22

1294

1.30

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor &Field Supplied High Static Drive (2)

 

For Standard Evaporator Fan Speed (RPM), reference Table PD-20. Notes:

Data includes pressure drop due to standard filters and wet coils. No accessories or options are included in pressure drop data.

Refer to Table PD-23 to determine additional static pressure drop due to other options/accessories

Fan Motor Heat (MBH) = 2.829 x Fan BHP+.4024.

1.Field Supplied Fan Sheave AK69 required. Field Supplied Belt may be necessary.

2.Field Supplied Fan Sheave AK41 required. Field Supplied Belt may be necessary.

Factory supplied motors, in commercial equipment, are definite purpose motors, specifically designed and tested to operate reliably and continuously at all cataloged conditions. Using the full horsepower range of our fan motors as shown in our tabular data will not result in nuisance tripping or premature motor failure. Our product’s warranty will not be affected.

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Performance

Data (4Ton)

Table PD-10— Belt Drive Evaporator Fan Performance — 4 Ton — WSC048A3,A4,AW — Downflow Airflow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

.10

 

.20

 

.30

 

.40

 

.50

 

.60

.70

 

.80

 

.90

 

1.00

CFM

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Field Supplied

 

 

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Low Static Drive (1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1280

616

0.22

677

0.26

734

0.31

787

0.37

834

0.42

878

0.48

919

0.53

959

0.59

997

0.64

1440

596

0.23

663

0.29

719

0.33

772

0.38

823

0.44

871

0.51

914

0.57

954

0.63

993

0.69

1029

0.75

1600

647

0.31

711

0.37

764

0.42

813

0.47

860

0.53

906

0.59

951

0.66

992

0.74

1029

0.80

1065

0.87

1760

701

0.41

758

0.46

811

0.52

856

0.58

901

0.64

944

0.70

986

0.77

1027

0.85

1066

0.93

1102

1.00

1920

755

0.52

807

0.57

859

0.64

903

0.71

945

0.77

985

0.83

1024

0.89

1063

0.97

1101

1.05

1137

1.14

Table PD-10 — Continued

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

1.10

1.20

1.30

1.40

1.50

CFM

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

1280

1033

0.70

1069

0.77

1103

0.83

1136

0.89

1170

0.96

1440

1066

0.81

1099

0.87

1133

0.94

1165

1.01

1196

1.08

1600

1099

0.93

1132

1.00

1166

1.07

1196

1.14

1228

1.21

1760

1136

1.08

1168

1.15

1200

1.22

1229

1.29

1920

1172

1.23

1205

1.31

1236

1.39

For Standard Evaporator Fan Speed (RPM), reference Table PD-20. Notes:

Data includes pressure drop due to standard filters and wet coils. No accessories or options are included in pressure drop data.

Refer to Table PD-23 to determine additional static pressure drop due to other options/accessories.

Fan Motor Heat (MBH) = 2.829 x Fan BHP+.4024.

1. Field Supplied Fan Sheave AK61 required. Field Supplied Belt may be necessary.

Factory supplied motors, in commercial equipment, are definite purpose motors, specifically designed and tested to operate reliably and continuously at all cataloged conditions. Using the full horsepower range of our fan motors as shown in our tabular data will not result in nuisance tripping or premature motor failure. Our product’s warranty will not be affected.

Table PD-11 — Belt Drive Evaporator Fan Performance — 4 Ton — WSC048A3,A4,AW — Horizontal Airflow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

.10

 

.20

 

.30

 

.40

 

.50

 

.60

 

.70

 

.80

.90

 

1.00

CFM

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Field Supplied

 

 

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Low Static Drive (1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1280

604

0.20

683

0.26

756

0.32

816

0.39

869

0.45

920

0.51

967

0.57

1011

0.64

1052

0.71

1090

0.79

1440

660

0.28

731

0.34

800

0.41

862

0.48

914

0.54

963

0.61

1009

0.68

1053

0.76

1094

0.83

1133

0.91

1600

717

0.36

783

0.43

846

0.51

907

0.58

961

0.66

1008

0.73

1053

0.81

1095

0.89

1135

0.97

1174

1.05

1760

774

0.47

837

0.54

894

0.62

952

0.70

1006

0.79

1054

0.87

1098

0.95

1139

1.04

1178

1.12

1216

1.21

1920

833

0.59

892

0.67

946

0.76

998

0.85

1050

0.94

1100

1.03

1144

1.12

1185

1.21

1224

1.30

1259

1.39

Table PD-11 — Continued

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

1.10

1.20

1.30

 

1.40

 

1.50

 

CFM

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

1280

1125

0.86

1160

0.94

1192

1.01

1223

1.08

1254

1.15

1440

1169

0.98

1204

1.07

1237

1.15

1269

1.23

1300

1.32

1600

1211

1.13

1247

1.21

1280

1.30

1312

1.39

1343

1.48

1760

1253

1.30

1289

1.39

1322

1.47

1920

1295

1.48

1-HP Standard Motor &Field Supplied High Static Drive (2)

1-HP Standard Motor &Field Supplied High Static Drive (2)

For Standard Evaporator Fan Speed (RPM), reference Table PD-20. Notes:

Data includes pressure drop due to standard filters and wet coils. No accessories or options are included in pressure drop data.

Refer to Table PD-23 to determine additional static pressure drop due to other options/accessories

Fan Motor Heat (MBH) = 2.829 x Fan BHP+.4024.

1.Field Supplied Fan Sheave AK61 required. Field Supplied Belt may be necessary.

2.Field Supplied Fan Sheave AK41 required. Field Supplied Belt may be necessary.

Factory supplied motors, in commercial equipment, are definite purpose motors, specifically designed and tested to operate reliably and continuously at all cataloged conditions. Using the full horsepower range of our fan motors as shown in our tabular data will not result in nuisance tripping or premature motor failure. Our product’s warranty will not be affected.

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Performance

Data (5Ton)

Table PD-12 — Belt Drive Evaporator Fan Performance — 5 Ton — WSC060A3,A4,AW — Downflow Airflow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

.10

 

.20

 

.30

.40

 

 

.50

 

.60

.70

 

 

.80

.90

 

1.00

CFM

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Field Supplied Low Static Drive (1)

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Drive

 

 

 

1600

703

0.36

757

0.41

806

0.47

854

0.52

899

0.58

944

0.65

985

0.73

1023

0.79

1060

0.86

1800

706

0.42

760

0.47

815

0.54

861

0.60

904

0.66

947

0.72

988

0.78

1028

0.86

1067

0.94

1104

1.02

2000

773

0.57

821

0.62

873

0.69

918

0.76

958

0.83

998

0.90

1036

0.96

1073

1.02

1111

1.10

1147

1.19

2200

840

0.75

885

0.80

930

0.87

977

0.95

1016

1.03

1053

1.10

1089

1.17

1124

1.24

1158

1.31

1191

1.39

2400

909

0.96

950

1.02

990

1.08

1034

1.16

1074

1.25

1110

1.00

1143

1.42

1177

1.50

Table PD-12 — Continued

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

1.10

1.20

1.30

 

1.40

 

1.50

 

CFM

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

1600

1093

0.92

1126

0.99

1160

1.06

1190

1.13

1222

1.20

1800

1138

1.10

1171

1.17

1203

1.25

1232

1.32

1262

1.39

2000

1182

1.28

1215

1.37

1246

1.46

2200

1226

1.48

2400

For Standard Evaporator Fan Speed (RPM), reference Table PD-20. Notes:

Data includes pressure drop due to standardfilters and wet coils. No accessories or options are included in pressure drop data.

Refer to Table PD-23 to determine additional static pressure drop due to other options/accessories

Fan Motor Heat (MBH) = 2.829 x Fan BHP+.4024.

1. Field Supplied Fan Sheave AK56 required. Field Supplied Belt may be necessary.

Factory supplied motors, in commercial equipment, are definite purpose motors, specifically designed and tested to operate reliably and continuously at all cataloged conditions. Using the full horsepower range of our fan motors as shown in our tabular data will not result in nuisance tripping or premature motor failure. Our product’s warranty will not be affected.

Table PD-13 — Belt Drive Evaporator Fan Performance — 5 Ton — WSC060A3,A4,AW — Horizontal Airflow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

.10

 

 

.20

 

.30

.40

 

 

.50

 

.60

 

.70

 

.80

.90

 

1.00

CFM

RPM

BHP

 

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Field Supplied

 

 

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LowStaticDrive(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1600

707

0.35

774

0.42

837

0.50

898

0.57

953

0.65

1001

0.72

1045

0.80

1087

0.87

1129

0.95

1168

1.03

1800

778

0.48

 

840

0.56

897

0.64

953

0.72

1008

0.81

1058

0.89

1102

0.98

1143

1.06

1181

1.15

1219

1.23

2000

850

0.65

 

908

0.73

961

0.81

1012

0.90

1062

1.00

1111

1.09

1157

1.19

1198

1.28

1237

1.37

1274

1.47

2200

923

0.84

 

978

0.93

1028

1.02

1075

1.12

1120

1.22

1166

1.32

1211

1.43

2400

997

1.07

1049

1.17

1096

1.27

1140

1.37

1183

1.48

Table PD-13 — Continued

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

1.10

 

1.20

 

1.30

 

1.40

 

1.50

 

CFM

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor

 

 

 

 

 

1600

1206

1.12

1241

1.20

1275

1.28

1306

1.37

1338

1.46

1800

1256

1.32

1291

1.41

1326

1.50

2000

2200

2400

For Standard Evaporator Fan Speed (RPM), reference Table PD-20. Notes:

Data includes pressure drop due to standard filters and wet coils. No accessories or options are included in pressure drop data.

Refer to Table PD-23 to determine additional static pressure drop due to other options/accessories

Fan Motor Heat (MBH) = 2.829 x Fan BHP+.4024.

1. Field Supplied Fan Sheave AK56 required. Field Supplied Belt may be necessary.

Factory supplied motors, in commercial equipment, are definite purpose motors, specifically designed and tested to operate reliably and continuously at all cataloged conditions. Using the full horsepower range of our fan motors as shown in our tabular data will not result in nuisance tripping or premature motor failure. Our product’s warranty will not be affected.

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Performance

Data (6Ton)

Table PD-14— Belt Drive Evaporator Fan Performance — 6 Ton — WSC072A3,A4,AW* — Downflow Airflow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

.10

 

.20

 

.30

 

.40

 

.50

 

.60

 

.70

 

.80

.90

 

1.00

CFM

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Field Supplied Low Static Drive (1)

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

1920

588

0.35

643

0.43

693

0.50

738

0.57

782

0.65

823

0.73

862

0.81

900

0.89

2160

564

0.37

618

0.44

672

0.52

721

0.60

765

0.68

806

0.76

847

0.85

885

0.93

922

1.02

2400

602

0.47

652

0.54

701

0.63

750

0.72

794

0.81

834

0.90

873

0.98

909

1.08

945

1.17

2640

589

0.50

642

0.59

690

0.67

734

0.76

779

0.85

822

0.95

864

1.05

901

1.15

936

1.24

971

1.34

2880

634

0.63

682

0.74

728

0.82

770

0.91

810

1.01

851

1.11

892

1.22

930

1.33

965

1.44

999

1.54

Table PD-14— Continued

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.10

 

 

1.20

 

1.30

 

1.40

1.50

1.60

 

1.70

1.80

1.90

2.00

CFM

RPM

BHP

 

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

1-HPStandard

 

1-HP Standard Motor & High Static Drive Kit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Motor & Drive

 

(or 2 HP Oversized Motor & Drive)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1920

937

0.98

971

1.06

1004

1.14

1037

1.22

1068

1.30

1097

1.38

1127

1.47

1154

1.55

1182

1.64

1210

1.74

2160

957

1.12

991

1.21

1024

1.30

1057

1.40

1087

1.49

1117

1.58

1146

1.67

1174

1.76

1201

1.85

1227

1.95

2400

980

1.27

1013

1.37

1046

1.47

1076

1.57

1106

1.68

1137

1.78

1166

1.89

1194

1.99

1220

2.08

1248

2.19

2640

1004

1.44

 

1036

1.55

1067

1.65

1098

1.77

1129

1.88

1158

1.99

1185

2.10

1214

2.22

2880

1030

1.64

 

1061

1.75

1092

1.86

1123

1.98

1151

2.09

1181

2.22

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2-HP Oversized Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

 

For Standard Evaporator Fan Speed (RPM), reference Table PD-20. Notes:

Data includes pressure drop due to standard filters and wet coils. No accessories or options are included in pressure drop data.

Refer to Table PD-23 to determine additional static pressure drop due to other options/accessories. 1-HP Fan Motor Heat (MBH) = 2.829 x Fan BHP+.4024.

2-HP Fan Motor Heat (MBH) = 3.000 x Fan BHP+.5000

1. Field Supplied Fan Sheave AK84 and Belt AX34 required

Factory supplied motors, in commercial equipment, are definite purpose motors, specifically designed and tested to operate reliably and continuously at all cataloged conditions. Using the full horsepower range of our fan motors as shown in our tabular data will not result in nuisance tripping or premature motor failure. Our product’s warranty will not be affected.

Table PD-15 — Belt Drive Evaporator Fan Performance — 6 Ton — WSC072A3,A4,AW — Horizontal Airflow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

.10

 

.20

 

 

.30

 

.40

 

.50

 

 

.60

 

.70

 

.80

.90

 

 

1.00

 

 

 

CFM

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

 

BHP

RPM

 

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Field Supplied

 

 

 

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LowStaticDrive(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1920

580

0.33

641

0.41

692

0.47

 

738

0.54

783

0.63

827

0.71

870

0.79

912

0.88

 

951

0.96

 

 

2160

578

0.37

623

0.43

679

0.51

731

0.59

 

775

0.67

817

0.74

857

0.83

896

0.93

935

1.02

 

974

1.12

 

 

2400

633

0.49

673

0.56

718

0.63

769

0.72

 

814

0.82

855

0.90

893

0.98

929

1.08

965

1.18

 

999

1.29

 

 

2640

688

0.64

725

0.71

762

0.79

808

0.87

 

853

0.98

894

1.09

931

1.17

966

1.26

1000

1.36

 

1032

1.47

 

 

2880

743

0.81

778

0.90

811

0.98

848

1.06

 

891

1.16

932

1.28

970

1.40

1004

1.49

1037

1.59

 

1068

1.69

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2-HP Oversized Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table PD-15 — Continued

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & High Static Drive Kit (or 2-HP Oversized Motor)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.10

 

1.20

 

 

1.30

 

1.40

 

1.50

1.60

 

1.70

1.80

1.90

 

2.00

 

 

 

CFM

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

 

BHP

RPM

 

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

1-HPStandard

1-HP Standard Motor & High Static Drive Kit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Motor & Drive

 

 

(or 2 HP Oversized Motor & Drive)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1920

990

1.05

1026

1.14

1062

1.24

1096

1.33

 

1130

1.43

1160

1.52

1190

1.61

1218

1.71

1247

1.80

 

1273

1.90

 

 

2160

1010

1.21

1047

1.31

1082

1.40

1116

1.50

 

1150

1.61

1182

1.71

1211

1.81

1242

1.92

1271

2.03

 

1298

2.14

 

 

2400

1035

1.39

1070

1.50

 

1104

1.60

1137

1.70

 

1168

1.81

1201

1.92

1232

2.03

1261

2.14

1291

2.26

 

2640

1065

1.59

1097

1.71

 

1129

1.82

1161

1.93

 

1192

2.05

1223

2.16

1252

2.27

2880

1099

1.80

1130

1.93

1159

2.05

1188

2.18

 

1217

2.30

 

 

 

 

 

2-HP Oversized Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For Standard Evaporator Fan Speed (RPM), reference Table PD-20.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notes:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2-HP Oversized Motor & Field Supplied Drive (2)

 

 

Data includes pressure drop due to standard filters and wet coils.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No accessories or options are included in pressure drop data.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Refer to Table PD-23 to determine additional static pressure drop due to other options/accessories.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1-HP Fan Motor Heat (MBH) = 2.829 x Fan BHP+.4024.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2-HP Fan Motor Heat (MBH) = 3.000 x Fan BHP+.5000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. Field Supplied Fan Sheave AK84 and Belt AX34 required.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. Field Supplied Fan Sheave AK54 and Belt AX30.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Factory supplied motors, in commercial equipment, are definite purpose motors, specifically designed and tested to operate reliably and continuously at all cataloged conditions. Using the full horsepower range of our fan motors as shown in our tabular data will not result in nuisance tripping or premature motor failure. Our product’s warranty will not be affected.

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Performance

Data (7½Ton)

Table PD-16— Belt Drive Evaporator Fan Performance — 7½-Ton — WSC090,092A3,A4,AW — Downflow Airflow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

.10

 

.20

 

 

 

.30

 

.40

 

.50

 

 

 

.60

 

 

.70

 

.80

.90

 

1.00

CFM

 

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Field Supplied Low Static Drive (1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Drive

 

2400

 

620

0.49

 

670

0.57

720

0.66

768

0.76

 

810

0.84

 

850

0.93

888

1.02

925

1.12

961

1.22

2700

622

0.57

673

0.66

 

719

0.74

763

0.84

807

0.94

 

850

1.04

 

889

1.14

926

1.24

961

1.34

995

1.44

3000

680

0.76

727

0.87

 

770

0.95

810

1.05

849

1.16

 

890

1.27

 

929

1.38

967

1.50

1000

1.61

1034

1.72

3300

739

0.98

782

1.11

 

823

1.21

861

1.30

897

1.41

 

933

1.50

 

969

1.66

1006

1.78

1041

1.91

1074

2.03

3600

798

1.25

838

1.39

 

876

1.50

913

1.61

947

1.72

 

980

1.84

 

1013

1.97

1047

2.11

1080

2.24

1113

2.38

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3-HP Oversized Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table PD-16— Continued

 

 

 

3-HPOversizedMotor&FieldSuppliedSheave(2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.10

 

1.20

 

 

 

1.30

 

1.40

1.50

 

1.60

 

 

1.70

1.80

1.90

2.00

CFM

 

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3-HP Oversized Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2400

995

1.32

1027

1.42

 

1060

1.52

1091

1.62

1121

1.73

 

1151

1.83

 

1180

1.93

1207

2.04

1234

2.14

1260

2.24

2700

1027

1.55

1059

1.65

 

1091

1.77

1121

1.88

1151

2.00

 

1179

2.11

 

1207

2.23

1234

2.34

1261

2.46

1289

2.58

3000

1065

1.83

1095

1.94

 

1125

2.05

1154

2.17

1183

2.30

 

1211

2.42

 

1238

2.54

1264

2.67

1292

2.80

1317

2.93

3300

1104

2.15

1134

2.27

 

1163

2.40

1191

2.52

1217

2.64

 

1245

2.77

 

1272

2.90

1297

3.03

1324

3.17

1349

3.31

3600

1144

2.52

1173

2.65

 

1202

2.78

1229

2.91

1256

3.05

 

1282

3.18

 

1308

3.32

1332

3.45

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3-HP Oversized Motor & Field Supplied High Static Drive (3)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1- HP Standard Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For Standard Evaporator Fan Speed (RPM), reference Table PD-20. Notes:

Data includes pressure drop due to standard filters and wet coils. No accessories or options are included in pressure drop data. Refer to Table PD-23 to determine additional static pressure drop due to other options/accessories

1-HP Fan Motor Heat (MBH) = 2.829 x Fan BHP+.4024. 3-HP Fan Motor Heat (MBH) = 2.90 x Fan BHP + .500.

1.Field Supplied Fan Sheave AK79 and Belt AX34 required.

2.Field Supplied Fan Sheave AK61.

3.Field Supplied Motor Sheave 1VL40 x 7/8”, Fan Sheave AK46 and Belt AX28 required.

Factory supplied motors, in commercial equipment, are definite purpose motors, specifically designed and tested to operate reliably and continuously at all cataloged conditions. Using the full horsepower range of our fan motors as shown in our tabular data will not result in nuisance tripping or premature motor failure. Our product’s warranty will not be affected.

Table PD-17 — Belt Drive Evaporator Fan Performance — 7½-Ton — WSC090,092A3,A4,AW — Horizontal Airflow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

.10

 

.20

 

.30

 

.40

 

.50

 

.60

 

.70

 

.80

 

.90

 

1.00

CFM

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Field Supplied

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LowStaticDrive(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2400

647

0.51

686

0.58

737

0.66

787

0.76

831

0.85

870

0.93

 

908

1.02

944

1.12

980

1.23

1015

1.33

2700

718

0.71

753

0.79

792

0.87

839

0.96

882

1.08

922

1.18

 

958

1.27

992

1.36

1026

1.47

1058

1.59

3000

 

789

0.96

822

1.04

853

1.13

892

1.22

935

1.33

974

1.45

 

1011

1.58

1044

1.68

1076

1.78

1106

1.88

3300

862

1.25

892

1.35

921

1.44

951

1.54

988

1.64

1026

1.76

 

1062

1.90

1096

2.04

1129

2.16

1158

2.27

3600

 

934

1.61

963

1.71

990

1.81

1016

1.92

1045

2.02

1079

2.13

 

1115

2.27

1148

2.41

1180

2.57

1210

2.71

3-HP Oversized Motor &Drive

Table PD-17 — Continued

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.10

 

1.20

 

1.30

 

1.40

1.50

1.60

 

1.70

1.80

1.90

2.00

CFM

RPM

BHP

RPM

 

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

 

 

 

 

 

3-HP Standard Oversized Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2400

1051

1.44

1085

1.54

1118

1.64

1152

1.75

1185

1.86

1215

1.97

1247

2.09

1277

2.20

1305

2.32

1333

2.43

2700

1090

1.70

1122

1.82

1153

1.94

1185

2.06

1216

2.18

1245

2.29

1274

2.40

1304

2.53

1333

2.65

1361

2.78

3000

1136

2.00

1165

2.13

1194

2.26

1223

2.39

1251

2.52

1279

2.65

1308

2.78

1336

2.91

1363

3.04

1390

3.17

3300

1187

2.39

1214

2.50

1242

2.63

1269

2.76

1296

2.90

1322

3.05

1347

3.19

1373

3.34

3600

1239

2.84

1266

2.96

1291

3.08

1317

3.20

1343

3.34

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3-HP Oversized Motor & Field Supplied High Static Drive (2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1-HP Standard Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For Standard Evaporator Fan Speed (RPM), reference Table PD-20. Notes:

Data includes pressure drop due to standard filters and wet coils. No accessories or options are included in pressure drop data. Refer to Table PD-23 to determine additional static pressure drop due to other options/accessories

1-HP Fan Motor Heat (MBH) = 2.829 x Fan BHP+.4024. 3-HP Fan Motor Heat (MBH) = 2.90 x Fan BHP + .500.

1.Field Supplied Fan Sheave AK79 and Belt AX34 required.

2.Field Supplied Motor Sheave 1VL40 x 7/8”, Fan Sheave AK46 and Belt AX28 required.

Factory supplied motors, in commercial equipment, are definite purpose motors, specifically designed and tested to operate reliably and continuously at all cataloged conditions. Using the full horsepower range of our fan motors as shown in our tabular data will not result in nuisance tripping or premature motor failure. Our product’s warranty will not be affected.

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Performance

Data (10Ton)

Table PD-18 — Belt Drive Evaporator Fan Performance — 10-Ton — WSC120A3,A4,AW — Downflow Airflow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

.10

 

.20

 

.30

 

.40

 

.50

 

.60

 

.70

.80

 

.90

 

1.00

CFM

 

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

2-HP Standard Motor & Field Supplied Low Static Drive (1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3200

560

0.53

601

0.63

644

0.74

682

0.85

718

0.97

754

1.10

789

1.25

822

1.38

856

1.53

887

1.67

3600

620

0.73

657

0.83

694

0.95

731

1.08

764

1.20

797

1.33

829

1.48

860

1.63

892

1.79

922

1.95

4000

 

680

0.97

715

1.09

747

1.21

782

1.35

814

1.49

844

1.63

874

1.77

903

1.93

932

2.09

960

2.27

4400

741

1.27

773

1.40

803

1.53

834

1.67

864

1.82

894

1.98

922

2.13

948

2.28

975

2.44

1001

2.62

4800

803

1.62

833

1.76

861

1.90

887

2.04

916

2.20

972

2.55

997

2.71

1022

2.87

1046

3.04

 

 

 

 

2-HP Standard Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5-HP Oversized Motor & Drive

 

 

Table PD-18 — Continued

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.10

 

1.20

 

1.30

 

1.40

1.50

1.60

 

1.70

1.80

1.90

2.00

CFM

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

 

 

2-HP Standard Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3200

917

1.82

945

1.97

973

2.14

999

2.30

1024

2.47

1048

2.65

1072

2.82

1095

3.00

1117

3.17

1140

3.36

3600

951

2.11

979

2.27

1007

2.43

1033

2.60

1059

2.78

1082

2.95

1107

3.14

1130

3.33

1152

3.52

1173

3.71

4000

988

2.44

1015

2.62

1042

2.79

1068

2.97

1093

3.15

1117

3.33

1142

3.52

1164

3.70

1187

3.91

1209

4.11

4400

1028

2.81

1053

3.00

1078

3.19

1103

3.38

1128

3.57

1152

3.77

1176

3.96

1198

4.15

1221

4.36

1243

4.56

4800

1071

3.23

1095

3.42

1119

3.62

1142

3.83

1166

4.04

1189

4.25

1212

4.46

1233

4.66

1256

4.88

1277

5.09

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5-HP Oversized Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

 

For Standard Evaporator Fan Speed (RPM), reference Table PD-20. Notes:

Data includes pressure drop due to standard filters and wet coils. No accessories or options are included in pressure drop data.

Refer to Table PD-23 to determine additional static pressure drop due to other options/accessories. 2-HP Fan Motor Heat (MBH) = 2.00 x Fan BHP + .500.

5-HP Fan Motor Heat (MBH) = 2.950 x Fan BHP+.470.

1. Field Supplied Motor Sheave 1VP34 x 7/8”, Fan Sheave AK69,and belt AX35 required.

Factory supplied motors, in commercial equipment, are definite purpose motors, specifically designed and tested to operate reliably and continuously at all cataloged conditions. Using the full horsepower range of our fan motors as shown in our tabular data will not result in nuisance tripping or premature motor failure. Our product’s warranty will not be affected.

Table PD-19— Belt Drive Evaporator Fan Performance — 10-Ton — WSC120A3,A4,AW — Horizontal Airflow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

.10

 

.20

.30

 

 

.40

.50

 

 

.60

 

.70

.80

 

.90

 

1.00

CFM

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

 

 

 

 

 

2-HP Standard Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3200

656

0.81

691

0.89

730

1.00

771

1.13

807

1.26

844

1.39

886

1.55

926

1.72

965

1.89

1000

2.06

3600

729

1.13

761

1.22

792

1.32

829

1.45

865

1.60

898

1.74

930

1.89

965

2.06

1002

2.24

1038

2.43

4000

802

1.52

833

1.63

860

1.73

890

1.86

923

2.01

956

2.17

986

2.30

1015

2.48

1044

2.65

1077

2.85

4400

876

1.99

905

2.12

931

2.24

955

2.35

983

2.49

1014

2.66

1045

2.84

1072

3.01

1098

3.18

1125

3.36

4800

950

2.56

977

2.70

1002

2.84

1025

2.96

1048

3.08

1074

3.24

1102

3.43

1131

3.63

1156

3.81

1181

4.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5-HP Oversized Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

 

2-HP Standard Motor & Field Supplied Low Static Drive (1)

Table PD-19 — Continued

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

External Static Pressure (Inches of Water)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.10

 

1.20

 

1.30

 

1.40

1.50

1.60

 

1.70

1.80

1.90

2.00

CFM

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

RPM

BHP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5-HP Oversized Motor & Drive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3200

1029

2.20

1057

2.35

1084

2.49

1108

2.63

1132

2.77

1155

2.91

1177

3.05

1198

3.18

1219

3.32

1239

3.46

3600

1072

2.62

1106

2.81

1134

2.98

1160

3.15

1185

3.31

1209

3.47

1231

3.63

1252

3.78

1274

3.94

1295

4.10

4000

1111

3.05

1143

3.26

1174

3.47

1204

3.68

1232

3.88

1260

4.09

1283

4.27

1306

4.46

1327

4.63

1349

4.81

4400

1152

3.55

1182

3.76

1211

3.99

1241

4.21

1270

4.44

1299

4.68

1327

4.91

1352

5.14

1377

5.37

1400

5.57

4800

1205

4.19

1229

4.39

1253

4.58

1280

4.81

1309

5.06

1336

5.31

1363

5.56

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5-HPOversizedMotor&FieldSuppliedSheave(2)

 

 

For Standard Evaporator Fan Speed (RPM), reference Table PD-20. Notes:

Data includes pressure drop due to standard filters and wet coils. No accessories or options are included in pressure drop data.

Refer to Table PD-23 to determine additional static pressure drop due to other options/accessories. 2-HP Fan Motor Heat (MBH) = 3.00 x Fan BHP + .500.

5-HP Fan Motor Heat (MBH) = 2.950 x Fan BHP+.470.

1.Field Supplied Motor Sheave 1VP34 x 7/8”, Fan Sheave AK69, and belt AX35 required.

2.Field supplied Fan Sheave BK95 required.

Factory supplied motors, in commercial equipment, are definite purpose motors, specifically designed and tested to operate reliably and continuously at all cataloged conditions. Using the full horsepower range of our fan motors as shown in our tabular data will not result in nuisance tripping or premature motor failure. Our product’s warranty will not be affected.

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Data

Table PD-20— Standard Motor & Sheave/Fan Speed (Rpm)

 

Unit

6Turns

5Turns

4Turns

3Turns

2Turns

1Turn

 

Tons

Model No.

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

Closed

3

WSC036A

N/A

745

819

894

968

1043

1117

4

WSC048A

N/A

833

916

1000

1083

1167

1250

5

WSC060A

N/A

897

987

1077

1166

1256

1346

6

WSC072A

N/A

723

779

835

890

946

1002

WSC090A

N/A

787

847

908

968

1029

1089

10

WSC120A

N/A

723

779

835

890

946

1002

Factory set at 3 turns open.

Table PD-21— Standard Motor & High Static Drive Accessory Sheave/Fan Speed (Rpm)

 

Unit

6Turns

5Turns

4Turns

3Turns

2Turns

1Turn

 

Tons

Model No.

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

Closed

6

WSC072A

N/A

831

895

959

1022

1086

1150

Factory set at 3 turns open.

Table PD-22 — Oversized Motor & Drive Sheave/Fan Speed (Rpm)

 

Unit

6Turns

5Turns

4Turns

3Turns

2Turns

1Turn

 

Tons

Model No.

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

Closed

6

WSC072A

N/A

958

1022

1086

1150

1214

1278

WSC090A

N/A

958

1022

1086

1150

1214

1278

10

WSC120A

947

1015

1082

1150

1217

1285

N/A

Factory set at 3 turns open.

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Data

Table PD-23— Static Pressure Drops Through Accessories (Inches Water Column)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Economizerwith

 

 

 

 

Electric Heater

 

 

Unit

Standard

Standard

 

 

OA/RADampers2

 

 

 

 

Accessory (KW)3

 

Tons

ModelNo.

CFM

Filters1

Pleated Filters

100%OA

100%RA

 

100%OA

100%RA

 

 

5-6

9-15

17-36

54

 

 

 

 

 

Downflow

 

Horizontal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

960

0.04

0.06

0.05

0.01

0.05

0.00

 

 

.013

.016

.019

3

WSC036A

1200

0.06

0.09

0.07

0.02

0.07

0.01

 

 

.020

.025

.030

 

 

1440

0.08

0.12

0.10

0.03

0.10

0.01

 

 

.029

.036

.043

 

 

1280

0.04

0.06

0.08

0.03

0.08

0.01

 

 

.023

.029

.034

4

WSC048A

1600

0.05

0.09

0.12

0.04

0.12

0.01

 

 

.036

.045

.053

 

 

1920

0.08

0.12

0.17

0.06

0.17

0.02

 

 

.052

.064

.077

 

 

1600

0.05

0.09

0.12

0.04

0.12

0.01

 

 

.036

.045

.053

5

WSC060A

2000

0.09

0.13

0.18

0.07

0.18

0.02

 

 

.056

.070

.083

 

 

2400

0.12

0.18

0.26

0.10

0.26

0.04

 

 

.081

.100

.120

 

 

1920

0.04

0.07

0.10

0.01

0.06

0.02

 

 

0.02

0.011

0.021

6

WSC072A

2400

0.06

0.09

0.11

0.02

0.08

0.02

 

 

0.02

0.020

0.034

 

 

2880

0.09

0.12

0.13

0.04

0.10

0.04

 

 

0.04

0.033

0.052

 

 

2400

0.06

0.09

0.11

0.02

0.08

0.02

 

 

0.02

0.020

0.034

WSC090A

3000

0.10

0.13

0.14

0.05

0.12

0.05

 

 

0.05

0.042

0.063

 

 

3600

0.14

0.18

0.21

0.07

0.25

0.08

 

 

0.08

0.077

0.102

 

 

3200

0.07

0.10

0.17

0.05

0.14

0.05

 

 

0.05

0.028

0.036

0.042

10

WSC120A

4000

0.11

0.15

0.26

0.07

0.30

0.08

 

 

0.08

0.045

0.056

0.070

 

 

4800

0.16

0.20

0.34

0.09

0.35

0.10

 

 

0.10

0.065

0.081

0.106

Notes:

1.Tested with standard filters (3-5 tons 1", 6-10 tons 2”). Difference in pressure drop should be considered with utilizing optional 2” pleated filters.

2.OA = Outside Air and RA = Return Air.

3.Nominal KW ratings at 240, 480, 600 volts.

Table PD-24— Electric Heater Voltage

Correction Factors (Applicable to

Auxiliary Heat Capacity)

Nominal

Distribution

Capacity

Voltage

Voltage

Multiplier

 

 

 

 

208

0.751

240

230

0.918

 

240

1.000

 

440

0.840

480

460

0.918

 

480

1.000

 

540

0.810

600

575

0.918

 

600

1.000

Table PD-25 — Outdoor Sound Power Level - dB (ref. 10 -12 Watts)

 

Unit

 

 

 

Octave Center Frequency

 

 

Overall

Tons

Model No.

63.

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

8000

dBA

3

WSC036A

85

82

80

79

77

73

69

68

82

4,5

WSC048,060A

95

88

84

83

80

77

74

70

85

6

WSC072A

92

95

91

88

84

80

75

68

90

WSC090A

91

95

91

88

84

79

75

68

90

10

WSC120A

94

89

87

85

84

78

75

69

88

Note:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tests follow ARI270-95.

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Data (3Ton)

Table PD-26 — 3 Ton Single Phase

Heating Capacities (Net) WSC036A1 At 1200 CFM

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outdoor

InstantaneousHeatingCapacity(Btuh/1000)

 

IntegratedHeatingCapacity(Btuh/1000)

Total Power in Kilowatts at

Temp

 

at Indicated Indoor Dry Bulb Temp.

 

 

 

at Indicated Indoor Dry Bulb Temp.1

 

 

IndicatedIndoorDryBulbTemp.

F.

60

70

75

80

 

60

70

75

80

60

70

75

80

-8

9.9

8.8

8.1

7.5

 

8.9

7.9

7.3

6.8

2.32

2.36

2.38

2.39

-3

12.0

10.8

10.2

9.5

10.8

9.7

9.2

8.6

2.42

2.47

2.49

2.51

2

14.2

12.9

12.3

11.6

12.8

11.6

11.1

10.4

2.51

2.57

2.60

2.62

7

16.5

15.2

14.5

13.8

14.9

13.7

13.1

12.4

2.60

2.67

2.71

2.73

12

18.8

17.5

16.8

16.1

16.9

15.8

15.1

14.5

2.69

2.77

2.81

2.84

17

21.1

19.9

19.2

18.5

19.0

17.9

17.3

16.7

2.77

2.87

2.91

2.95

22

23.5

22.2

21.5

20.9

21.2

20.0

19.4

18.8

2.85

2.96

3.01

3.06

27

26.1

24.6

23.9

23.1

23.5

22.1

21.5

20.8

2.94

3.05

3.11

3.16

32

28.7

27.2

26.4

25.6

25.8

24.5

23.8

23.0

3.02

3.15

3.21

3.27

37

31.3

29.7

28.9

28.1

28.2

26.7

26.0

25.3

3.11

3.25

3.32

3.38

42

33.9

32.2

31.4

30.6

30.5

29.0

28.3

27.5

3.20

3.35

3.42

3.50

47

36.6

34.8

33.9

33.1

36.6

34.8

33.9

33.1

3.29

3.45

3.53

3.61

52

39.2

37.4

36.5

35.6

39.2

37.4

36.5

35.6

3.39

3.57

3.65

3.74

57

41.9

38.7

37.8

36.8

41.9

38.7

37.8

36.8

3.49

3.66

3.75

3.85

62

43.2

41.3

40.4

39.4

43.2

41.3

40.4

39.4

3.57

3.78

3.89

3.99

67

45.9

43.9

42.9

41.9

45.9

43.9

42.9

41.9

3.69

3.92

4.02

4.13

72

48.6

46.5

45.5

44.4

48.6

46.5

45.5

44.4

3.81

4.05

4.17

4.28

For other airflow conditions, see heating capacity correction factor (Table PD-39).

Net heating capacity and power input includes indoor fan heat at ARI esp. To obtain net heating at other conditions, subtract fan heat at this condition and add fan heat at new condition. Note:

1. Integrated heating capacities and powers include the effects of defrost in the frost region. All heating capacities and power (kw) are at 70% OD relative humidity and demand defrost cycle.

Table PD-27 — 3 Ton Three Phase

Heating Capacities (Net)

 

WSC036A3, A4, AW

At 1200 CFM

 

 

 

 

 

Outdoor

 

InstantaneousHeatingCapacity(Btuh/1000)

 

 

IntegratedHeatingCapacity(Btuh/1000)

Total Power in Kilowatts at

Temp.

 

 

at Indicated Indoor Dry Bulb Temp.

 

 

 

 

at Indicated Indoor Dry Bulb Temp.1

 

 

IndicatedIndoorDryBulbTemp.

 

F.

60

70

75

80

 

60

70

75

80

 

60

70

75

80

 

-8

9.6

8.6

8.1

7.5

 

8.6

7.7

7.3

6.8

 

2.14

2.21

2.23

2.25

 

-3

11.7

10.7

10.1

9.5

 

10.5

9.6

9.1

8.6

 

2.25

2.32

2.35

2.38

 

2

13.9

12.8

12.3

11.6

 

12.5

11.5

11.1

10.4

 

2.36

2.44

2.47

2.50

 

7

16.3

15.1

14.5

13.9

 

14.7

13.6

13.1

12.5

 

2.46

2.54

2.58

2.62

 

12

18.6

17.4

16.8

16.1

 

16.7

15.7

15.1

14.5

 

2.55

2.65

2.69

2.73

 

17

20.9

19.8

19.2

18.5

 

18.8

17.8

17.3

16.7

 

2.64

2.75

2.80

2.85

 

22

23.4

22.1

21.5

20.8

 

21.1

19.9

19.4

18.7

 

2.73

2.85

2.90

2.95

 

27

26.0

24.6

23.9

23.2

 

23.4

22.1

21.5

20.9

 

2.82

2.95

3.00

3.06

 

32

28.6

27.2

26.4

25.7

 

25.7

24.5

23.8

23.1

 

2.91

3.04

3.11

3.17

 

37

31.2

29.7

28.9

28.2

 

28.1

26.7

26.0

25.4

 

3.00

3.14

3.21

3.28

 

42

33.9

32.2

31.4

30.6

 

30.5

29.0

28.3

27.5

 

3.09

3.24

3.32

3.39

 

47

36.5

34.8

34.0

33.1

 

36.5

34.8

34.0

33.1

 

3.18

3.34

3.42

3.50

 

52

39.2

37.4

36.5

35.6

 

39.2

37.4

36.5

35.6

 

3.28

3.45

3.53

3.62

 

57

41.8

38.7

37.8

36.8

 

41.8

38.7

37.8

36.8

 

3.37

3.53

3.63

3.72

 

62

43.2

41.3

40.3

39.3

 

43.2

41.3

40.3

39.3

 

3.44

3.65

3.75

3.85

 

67

45.8

43.9

42.9

41.8

 

45.8

43.9

42.9

41.8

 

3.55

3.76

3.87

3.98

 

72

48.5

46.4

45.4

44.3

 

48.5

46.4

45.4

44.3

 

3.65

3.88

4.00

4.11

 

For other airflow conditions, see heating capacity correction factor (Table PD-39).

Net heating capacity and power input includes indoor fan heat at ARI esp. To obtain net heating at other conditions, subtract fan heat at this condition and add fan heat at new condition. Note:

1. Integrated heating capacities and powers include the effects of defrost in the frost region. All heating capacities and power (kw) are at 70% OD relative humidity and demand defrost cycle.

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Performance

Data (4Ton)

Table PD-28 — 4Ton Three Phase

Heating Capacities (Net) WSC048A1 At 1600 CFM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outdoor

InstantaneousHeatingCapacity(Btuh/1000)

 

 

IntegratedHeatingCapacity(Btuh/1000)

Total Power in Kilowatts at

Temp.

 

 

at Indicated Indoor Dry Bulb Temp.

 

 

 

at Indicated Indoor Dry Bulb Temp.1

 

 

IndicatedIndoorDryBulbTemp.

 

F.

60

70

75

80

60

70

75

80

 

60

70

75

80

 

-8

17.2

16.9

16.8

16.6

15.5

15.2

15.1

14.9

 

3.78

4.11

4.30

4.51

 

-3

19.5

19.0

18.9

18.8

17.6

17.1

17.0

16.9

 

3.73

4.07

4.26

4.49

 

2

21.8

21.3

21.1

21.0

19.6

19.2

19.0

18.9

 

3.82

4.14

4.34

4.55

 

7

24.4

23.8

23.5

23.3

22.0

21.4

21.2

21.0

 

3.86

4.18

4.38

4.59

 

12

27.0

26.3

26.0

25.8

24.3

23.7

23.4

23.2

 

3.90

4.23

4.43

4.63

 

17

29.8

29.0

28.7

28.4

26.8

26.1

25.8

25.6

 

3.96

4.28

4.48

4.68

 

22

32.7

31.8

31.4

31.1

29.4

28.6

28.3

28.0

 

4.01

4.34

4.53

4.74

 

27

35.7

34.7

34.3

33.9

32.1

31.2

30.9

30.5

 

4.07

4.39

4.59

4.79

 

32

38.8

37.7

37.3

36.8

34.9

33.9

33.6

33.1

 

4.13

4.46

4.65

4.85

 

37

41.8

40.7

40.2

39.7

37.6

36.6

36.2

35.7

 

4.19

4.52

4.72

4.92

 

42

44.9

43.8

43.2

42.7

40.4

39.4

38.9

38.4

 

4.26

4.60

4.79

4.99

 

47

48.1

46.8

46.2

45.6

48.1

46.8

46.2

45.6

 

4.33

4.68

4.87

5.07

 

52

51.3

49.9

49.2

48.6

51.3

49.9

49.2

48.6

 

4.42

4.76

4.95

5.15

 

57

54.4

52.9

52.2

51.5

54.4

52.9

52.2

51.5

 

4.51

4.85

5.04

5.24

 

62

57.5

55.9

55.1

54.3

57.5

55.9

55.1

54.3

 

4.60

4.95

5.14

5.34

 

67

57.3

55.5

54.6

53.7

57.3

55.5

54.6

53.7

 

4.58

4.92

5.10

5.29

 

72

60.5

58.5

57.6

56.7

60.5

58.5

57.6

56.7

 

4.70

5.04

5.22

5.42

 

For other airflow conditions, see heating capacity correction factor (Table PD-39).

Net heating capacity and power input includes indoor fan heat at ARI esp. To obtain net heating at other conditions, subtract fan heat at this condition and add fan heat at new condition. Note:

1. Integrated heating capacities and powers include the effects of defrost in the frost region. All heating capacities and power (kw) are at 70% OD relative humidity and demand defrost cycle.

Table PD-29 — 4 Ton Single Phase

Heating Capacities (Net) WSC048A3,A4,AW

At 1600 CFM

 

 

 

 

 

Outdoor

 

InstantaneousHeatingCapacity(Btuh/1000)

 

 

IntegratedHeatingCapacity(Btuh/1000)

Total Power in Kilowatts at

Temp.

 

 

at Indicated Indoor Dry Bulb Temp.

 

 

 

at Indicated Indoor Dry Bulb Temp.1

 

 

IndicatedIndoorDryBulbTemp.

F

 

60

70

75

80

 

60

70

75

80

 

60

70

75

80

 

-8

17.4

17.0

16.8

16.6

15.7

15.3

15.1

14.9

 

3.61

3.99

4.22

4.48

 

-3

19.5

19.1

18.8

18.6

17.6

17.2

16.9

16.7

 

3.57

3.96

4.20

4.48

 

2

21.9

21.3

21.2

21.1

19.7

19.2

19.1

19.0

 

3.65

4.02

4.24

4.50

 

7

24.3

23.7

23.5

23.4

21.9

21.3

21.2

21.1

 

3.69

4.05

4.27

4.52

 

12

27.0

26.3

26.1

25.9

24.3

23.7

23.5

23.3

 

3.73

4.09

4.31

4.54

 

17

29.7

28.9

28.7

28.5

26.7

26.0

25.8

25.7

 

3.78

4.14

4.35

4.58

 

22

32.5

31.7

31.4

31.1

29.3

28.5

28.3

28.0

 

3.83

4.19

4.40

4.62

 

27

35.5

34.6

34.3

33.9

32.0

31.1

30.9

30.5

 

3.89

4.24

4.45

4.67

 

32

38.6

37.7

37.3

36.9

34.7

33.9

33.6

33.2

 

3.95

4.30

4.51

4.72

 

37

41.7

40.7

40.2

39.8

37.5

36.6

36.2

35.8

 

4.01

4.37

4.57

4.78

 

42

44.8

43.7

43.2

42.7

40.3

39.3

38.9

38.4

 

4.08

4.44

4.64

4.85

 

47

48.0

46.8

46.3

45.7

48.0

46.8

46.3

45.7

 

4.16

4.52

4.72

4.93

 

52

51.2

49.9

49.3

48.7

51.2

49.9

49.3

48.7

 

4.25

4.61

4.81

5.01

 

57

54.4

53.0

52.3

51.7

54.4

53.0

52.3

51.7

 

4.35

4.71

4.90

5.10

 

62

57.6

56.0

55.3

54.5

57.6

56.0

55.3

54.5

 

4.45

4.81

5.00

5.20

 

67

57.4

55.7

54.8

53.9

57.4

55.7

54.8

53.9

 

4.45

4.79

4.97

5.16

 

72

60.7

58.8

57.9

57.0

60.7

58.8

57.9

57.0

 

4.58

4.93

5.11

5.30

 

For other airflow conditions, see heating capacity correction factor (Table PD-39).

Net heating capacity and power input includes indoor fan heat at ARI esp. To obtain net heating at other conditions, subtract fan heat at this condition and add fan heat at new condition. Note:

1. Integrated heating capacities and powers include the effects of defrost in the frost region. All heating capacities and power (kw) are at 70% OD relative humidity and demand defrost cycle.

30

PKGP-PRC003-EN

Performance

Data (5Ton)

Table PD-30 — 5 Ton Single Phase

Heating Capacities (Net) WSC60A1 At 2000 CFM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outdoor

InstantaneousHeatingCapacity(Btuh/1000)

 

IntegratedHeatingCapacity(Btuh/1000)

Total Power in Kilowatts at

Temp.

 

at Indicated Indoor Dry Bulb Temp.

 

 

 

at Indicated Indoor Dry Bulb Temp.1

 

 

IndicatedIndoorDryBulbTemp.

F.

60

70

75

80

 

60

70

75

80

 

60

70

75

80

 

-8

21.4

20.4

20.0

19.7

 

19.3

18.4

18.0

17.7

 

4.44

4.82

5.02

5.22

 

-3

24.3

23.3

22.9

22.6

 

21.9

21.0

20.6

20.3

 

4.53

4.90

5.10

5.31

 

2

27.3

26.3

25.9

25.6

 

24.6

23.7

23.3

23.0

 

4.62

4.99

5.19

5.40

 

7

30.5

29.5

29.0

28.7

 

27.5

26.6

26.1

25.8

 

4.71

5.08

5.28

5.49

 

12

33.8

32.8

32.3

31.9

 

30.4

29.5

29.1

28.7

 

4.81

5.18

5.38

5.59

 

17

37.2

36.2

35.7

35.3

 

33.5

32.6

32.1

31.8

 

4.90

5.28

5.48

5.70

 

22

40.9

39.8

39.2

38.8

 

36.8

35.8

35.3

34.9

 

5.00

5.38

5.58

5.80

 

27

44.6

43.4

42.9

42.3

 

40.1

39.1

38.6

38.1

 

5.10

5.48

5.69

5.92

 

32

48.5

47.2

46.6

46.0

 

43.7

42.5

41.9

41.4

 

5.21

5.59

5.81

6.03

 

37

52.4

51.0

50.4

49.7

 

47.2

45.9

45.4

44.7

 

5.32

5.70

5.92

6.15

 

42

56.3

54.8

54.2

53.4

 

50.7

49.3

48.8

48.1

 

5.43

5.82

6.05

6.28

 

47

60.3

58.8

58.0

57.2

 

60.3

58.8

58.0

57.2

 

5.55

5.95

6.17

6.41

 

52

64.4

62.8

61.9

61.0

 

64.4

62.8

61.9

61.0

 

5.67

6.09

6.31

6.55

 

57

68.5

63.6

65.8

61.7

 

68.5

63.6

65.8

61.7

 

5.81

6.11

6.46

6.56

 

62

69.5

67.6

66.5

65.4

 

69.5

67.6

66.5

65.4

 

5.86

6.27

6.50

6.73

 

67

73.6

71.5

70.4

69.2

 

73.6

71.5

70.4

69.2

 

6.02

6.44

6.67

6.90

 

72

77.7

75.4

74.3

73.1

 

77.7

75.4

74.3

73.1

 

6.19

6.61

6.84

7.08

 

For other airflow conditions, see heating capacity correction factor (Table PD-39).

Net heating capacity and power input includes indoor fan heat at ARI esp. To obtain net heating at other conditions, subtract fan heat at this condition and add fan heat at new condition. Note:

1. Integrated heating capacities and powers include the effects of defrost in the frost region. All heating capacities and power (kw) are at 70% OD relative humidity and demand defrost cycle.

Table PD-31 — 5 Ton Three Phase

Heating Capacities (Net)

 

WSC060A3, A4, AW

At 2000 CFM

 

 

 

 

 

Outdoor

InstantaneousHeatingCapacity(Btuh/1000)

 

 

IntegratedHeatingCapacity(Btuh/1000)

Total Power in Kilowatts at

Temp.

 

at Indicated Indoor Dry Bulb Temp.

 

 

 

 

at Indicated Indoor Dry Bulb Temp.1

 

 

IndicatedIndoorDryBulbTemp.

F.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

60

70

75

80

60

70

75

80

60

70

75

80

 

-8

21.1

20.1

19.7

19.4

 

19.0

18.1

17.7

17.5

 

4.30

4.69

4.90

5.11

 

-3

24.0

23.0

22.6

22.3

 

21.6

20.7

20.3

20.1

 

4.39

4.78

4.98

5.19

 

2

27.0

26.0

25.8

25.6

 

24.3

23.4

23.2

23.0

 

4.48

4.86

5.06

5.27

 

7

30.3

29.4

29.0

28.8

 

27.3

26.5

26.1

25.9

 

4.57

4.94

5.15

5.35

 

12

33.8

32.8

32.4

32.0

 

30.4

29.5

29.2

28.8

 

4.65

5.03

5.23

5.45

 

17

37.4

36.3

35.8

35.4

 

33.7

32.7

32.2

31.9

 

4.74

5.12

5.32

5.54

 

22

41.1

39.8

39.3

38.9

 

37.0

35.8

35.4

35.0

 

4.83

5.21

5.42

5.64

 

27

44.9

43.5

42.9

42.5

 

40.4

39.2

38.6

38.3

 

4.92

5.31

5.52

5.75

 

32

48.7

47.3

46.7

46.2

 

43.8

42.6

42.0

41.6

 

5.02

5.41

5.63

5.86

 

37

52.5

51.0

50.4

49.8

 

47.3

45.9

45.4

44.8

 

5.12

5.52

5.74

5.97

 

42

56.4

54.8

54.2

53.6

 

50.8

49.3

48.8

48.2

 

5.23

5.63

5.86

6.09

 

47

60.3

58.8

58.1

57.4

 

60.3

58.8

58.1

57.4

 

5.34

5.75

5.98

6.22

 

52

64.4

62.8

62.0

61.3

 

64.4

62.8

62.0

61.3

 

5.46

5.88

6.11

6.35

 

57

68.4

63.6

66.0

61.9

 

68.4

63.6

66.0

61.9

 

5.59

5.90

6.25

6.35

 

62

69.4

67.6

66.7

65.7

 

69.4

67.6

66.7

65.7

 

5.64

6.05

6.28

6.51

 

67

73.5

71.6

70.6

69.6

 

73.5

71.6

70.6

69.6

 

5.79

6.21

6.44

6.68

 

72

77.7

75.7

74.6

73.5

 

77.7

75.7

74.6

73.5

 

5.95

6.38

6.61

6.85

 

For other airflow conditions, see heating capacity correction factor (Table PD-39).

Net heating capacity and power input includes indoor fan heat at ARI esp. To obtain net heating at other conditions, subtract fan heat at this condition and add fan heat at new condition. Note:

1. Integrated heating capacities and powers include the effects of defrost in the frost region. All heating capacities and power (kw) are at 70% OD relative humidity and demand defrost cycle.

PKGP-PRC003-EN

31

Performance

Data (6Ton)

Table PD-32 — 6 Ton

Heating Capacities (Net)

WSC72A

At 2400 CFM Downflow Configuration

Outdoor

IntegratedHeatingCapacity(Btuh/1000)

 

 

 

Total Power in Kilowatts at

 

 

Temp.

at Indicated Indoor Dry Bulb Temp.1

 

 

 

IndicatedIndoorDryBulbTemp.

 

 

F.

60

70

75

80

 

60

70

75

80

 

--8

23.9

23.4

23.2

23.0

 

4.40

4.75

4.95

5.17

-3

26.4

26.0

25.8

25.6

 

4.45

4.81

5.01

5.24

2

29.3

28.8

28.6

28.4

 

4.52

4.88

5.09

5.31

7

32.3

31.8

31.6

31.4

 

4.59

4.95

5.17

5.40

12

35.6

35.1

34.8

34.5

 

4.66

5.04

5.25

5.49

17

39.1

38.5

38.2

37.9

 

4.74

5.12

5.34

5.58

22

42.8

42.1

41.8

41.4

 

4.83

5.22

5.44

5.68

27

46.5

45.7

45.5

45.1

 

4.93

5.32

5.54

5.79

32

50.5

49.7

49.2

48.8

 

5.02

5.43

5.66

5.91

37

54.7

53.7

53.2

52.7

 

5.13

5.54

5.77

6.03

42

59.0

57.8

57.3

56.7

 

5.23

5.65

5.89

6.15

47

70.0

68.6

67.9

67.2

 

5.56

6.01

6.27

6.55

52

75.1

73.5

72.7

72.0

 

5.69

6.15

6.41

6.70

57

80.3

78.5

77.6

76.8

 

5.82

6.29

6.55

6.84

62

85.6

83.6

82.6

81.7

 

5.96

6.43

6.70

7.00

67

91.0

88.8

87.7

86.6

 

6.10

6.58

6.86

7.15

72

96.8

94.3

93.1

91.8

 

6.26

6.75

7.03

7.33

For other airflow conditions, see heating capacity correction factor (Table PD-39).

Net heating capacity and power input includes indoor fan heat at ARI esp. To obtain net heating at other conditions, subtract fan heat at this condition and add fan heat at new condition.

Note:

1.Integrated heating capacities and powers include the effects of defrost in the frost region. All heating capacities and power (kw) are at 70% OD relative humidity and demand defrost cycle.

Table PD-33— 6 Ton Heating Capacities (Net) WSC072A At 2400 CFM Horizontal Configuration

Outdoor

IntegratedHeatingCapacity(Btuh/1000)

 

 

 

Total Power in Kilowatts at

 

Temp.

 

at Indicated Indoor Dry Bulb Temp.1

 

 

 

IndicatedIndoorDryBulbTemp.

 

F.

60

70

75

80

 

60

70

75

80

-8

24.2

23.7

23.5

23.3

 

4.48

4.83

5.03

5.25

-3

26.7

26.2

26.0

25.8

 

4.54

4.89

5.09

5.32

2

29.5

29.1

28.8

28.6

 

4.60

4.96

5.17

5.39

7

32.6

32.1

31.9

31.6

 

4.67

5.03

5.25

5.47

12

35.9

35.3

35.1

34.8

 

4.74

5.12

5.33

5.56

17

39.4

38.8

38.5

38.2

 

4.82

5.20

5.42

5.66

22

43.1

42.4

42.0

41.7

 

4.91

5.30

5.52

5.76

27

46.8

46.0

45.8

45.4

 

5.01

5.40

5.62

5.87

32

50.8

49.9

49.5

49.1

 

5.11

5.51

5.74

5.99

37

55.0

54.0

53.5

53.0

 

5.21

5.62

5.85

6.11

42

59.2

58.1

57.5

57.0

 

5.31

5.73

5.97

6.23

47

70.3

68.9

68.2

67.5

 

5.64

6.09

6.35

6.63

52

75.4

73.8

73.0

72.2

 

5.77

6.23

6.49

6.77

57

80.6

78.8

77.9

77.1

 

5.90

6.36

6.63

6.92

62

85.9

83.9

82.9

81.9

 

6.04

6.51

6.78

7.07

67

91.3

89.0

88.0

86.9

 

6.18

6.66

6.93

7.23

72

97.1

94.5

93.3

92.1

 

6.34

6.83

7.11

7.40

For other airflow conditions, see heating capacity correction factor (Table PD-39).

Net heating capacity and power input includes indoor fan heat at ARI esp. To obtain net heating at other conditions, subtract fan heat at this condition and add fan heat at new condition.

Note:

1.Integrated heating capacities and powers include the effects of defrost in the frost region. All heating capacities and power (kw) are at 70% OD relative humidity and demand defrost cycle.

32

PKGP-PRC003-EN

Performance

Data (7½Ton)

Table PD-34 — 7½ Ton

Heating Capacities (Net) WSC090A

At 3000 CFM

Downflow Configuration

Outdoor

 

IntegratedHeatingCapacity(Btuh/1000)

 

 

 

Total Power in Kilowatts at

 

 

Temp.

 

at Indicated Indoor Dry Bulb Temp.1

 

 

 

IndicatedIndoorDryBulbTemp.

 

 

F.

60

70

75

80

 

60

70

75

80

 

-8

33.3

31.8

31.2

30.9

 

6.9

7.2

7.4

7.7

 

-3

36.3

35.0

34.5

34.2

 

6.9

7.2

7.4

7.7

 

2

39.7

38.4

38.0

37.7

 

6.9

7.2

7.5

7.8

 

7

43.2

42.2

41.7

41.4

 

6.9

7.3

7.6

7.9

 

12

47.0

45.9

45.5

45.2

 

6.9

7.4

7.6

7.9

 

17

51.1

50.1

49.7

49.3

 

7.0

7.4

7.7

8.0

 

22

55.4

54.4

54.0

53.6

 

7.0

7.5

7.8

8.1

 

27

60.2

59.1

58.6

58.2

 

7.1

7.6

7.9

8.3

 

32

65.3

64.1

63.6

63.1

 

7.2

7.7

8.0

8.4

 

37

70.4

69.1

68.5

68.0

 

7.3

7.8

8.2

8.5

 

42

75.6

74.3

73.6

73.0

 

7.4

8.0

8.3

8.7

 

47

90.2

88.6

87.8

87.0

 

7.5

8.1

8.5

8.8

 

52

96.7

94.9

94.0

93.2

 

7.6

8.2

8.6

9.0

 

57

103.4

101.4

100.5

99.5

 

7.8

8.4

8.8

9.2

 

62

110.2

108.1

107.0

106.0

 

7.9

8.6

9.0

9.4

 

67

117.2

114.8

113.6

112.5

 

8.1

8.8

9.2

9.6

 

72

124.3

121.7

120.5

119.1

 

8.3

9.0

9.4

9.8

 

For other airflow conditions, see heating capacity correction factor (Table PD-39).

Net heating capacity and power input includes indoor fan heat at ARI esp. To obtain net heating at other conditions,subtract fan heat at this condition and add fan heat at new condition.

Note:

1.Integrated heating capacities and powers include the effects of defrost in the frost region. All heating capacities and power (kw) are at 70% OD relative humidity and demand defrost cycle.

Table PD-35— 7½ Ton Heating Capacities (Net) WSC090A At 3000 CFM Horizontal Configuration

Outdoor

IntegratedHeatingCapacity(Btuh/1000)

 

 

 

Total Power in Kilowatts at

 

 

Temp.

at Indicated Indoor Dry Bulb Temp.1

 

 

 

IndicatedIndoorDryBulbTemp.

 

 

F.

60

70

75

80

 

60

70

75

80

 

-8

33.7

32.2

31.7

31.3

 

7.0

7.3

7.5

7.7

 

-3

36.8

35.4

34.9

34.6

 

7.0

7.3

7.5

7.8

 

2

40.1

38.8

38.4

38.1

 

7.0

7.3

7.6

7.8

 

7

43.6

42.5

42.1

41.8

 

7.0

7.4

7.6

7.9

 

12

47.4

46.3

45.9

45.6

 

7.0

7.4

7.7

8.0

 

17

51.4

50.4

50.0

49.7

 

7.1

7.5

7.8

8.1

 

22

55.8

54.7

54.3

53.9

 

7.1

7.6

7.9

8.2

 

27

60.5

59.4

58.9

58.4

 

7.2

7.7

8.0

8.3

 

32

65.5

64.4

63.8

63.3

 

7.3

7.8

8.1

8.4

 

37

70.6

69.4

68.8

68.2

 

7.3

7.9

8.2

8.6

 

42

75.8

74.5

73.8

73.2

 

7.4

8.0

8.4

8.7

 

47

90.4

88.8

88.0

87.2

 

7.6

8.2

8.5

8.9

 

52

96.9

95.1

94.2

93.3

 

7.7

8.3

8.7

9.1

 

57

103.5

101.5

100.6

99.6

 

7.8

8.5

8.8

9.2

 

62

110.3

108.1

107.1

106.0

 

8.0

8.6

9.0

9.4

 

67

117.2

114.9

113.7

112.5

 

8.2

8.8

9.2

9.6

 

72

124.3

121.7

120.5

119.2

 

8.3

9.0

9.4

9.8

 

For other airflow conditions, see heating capacity correction factor (Table PD-39).

Net heating capacity and power input includes indoor fan heat at ARI esp. To obtain net heating at other conditions, subtract fan heat at this condition and add fan heat at new condition.

Note:

1.Integrated heating capacities and powers include the effects of defrost in the frost region. All heating capacities and power (kw) are at 70% OD relative humidity and demand defrost cycle.

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Performance

Data (10Ton)

Table PD-36— 10 Ton

Heating Capacities (Net)

WSC120A

 

At 4000 CFM Downflow Configuration

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outdoor

InagratedHeatingCapacity(Btuh/1000)

 

 

 

 

Total Power in Kilowatts at

 

 

Temp.

at Indicated Indoor Dry Bulb Temp.1

 

 

 

 

IndicatedIndoorDryBulbTemp.

 

 

F.

60

70

75

80

 

60

70

75

80

 

8

39.6

39.4

39.4

39.5

 

7.15

7.76

8.11

8.49

 

-3

43.3

43.0

43.0

43.0

 

7.22

7.83

8.18

8.56

 

2

47.3

47.0

46.9

46.9

 

7.30

7.91

8.26

8.64

 

7

51.7

51.3

51.2

51.1

 

7.39

8.00

8.35

8.72

 

12

56.4

55.8

55.7

55.5

 

7.48

8.09

8.44

8.82

 

17

61.3

60.7

60.4

60.3

 

7.56

8.17

8.53

8.91

 

22

66.6

65.8

65.5

65.2

 

7.65

8.27

8.62

9.01

 

27

72.2

71.3

70.9

70.5

 

7.74

8.36

8.72

9.11

 

32

78.1

77.0

76.5

76.1

 

7.83

8.46

8.82

9.21

 

37

83.1

82.9

82.3

81.8

 

7.89

8.56

8.93

9.32

 

42

90.5

89.0

88.3

87.7

 

8.02

8.67

9.04

9.44

 

47

111.7

109.8

108.9

108.0

 

8.93

9.68

10.11

10.57

52

119.8

117.6

116.5

115.5

 

9.05

9.82

10.25

10.72

57

128.1

125.6

124.4

123.3

 

9.18

9.96

10.40

10.88

62

136.7

133.8

132.5

131.2

 

9.32

10.11

10.56

11.05

 

67

145.3

142.1

141.0

139.5

 

9.46

10.27

10.75

11.24

 

72

155.2

151.6

149.9

148.3

 

9.66

10.48

10.95

11.45

 

For other airflow conditions, see heating capacity correction factor (Table PD-39).

Net heating capacity and power input includes indoor fan heat at ARI esp. To obtain net heating at other conditions, subtract fan heat at this condition and add fan heat at new condition.

Note:

1.Integrated heating capacities and powers include the effects of defrost in the frost region. All heating capacities and power (kw) are at 70% OD relative humidity and demand defrost cycle.

Table PD-37— 10 Ton

Heating Capacities (Net)

WSC120A

 

At 4000 CFM Horizontal Configuration

Outdoor

IntegratedHeatingCapacity(Btuh/1000)

 

 

 

 

Total Power in Kilowatts at

 

 

Temp.

at Indicated Indoor Dry Bulb Temp.1

 

 

 

 

IndicatedIndoorDryBulbTemp.

 

 

F.

60

70

75

80

 

60

70

75

80

 

-8

40.0

39.7

39.7

39.8

 

7.24

7.85

8.20

8.58

 

-3

43.6

43.3

43.3

43.3

 

7.32

7.93

8.27

8.65

 

2

47.7

47.3

47.2

47.2

 

7.40

8.00

8.35

8.73

 

7

52.1

51.6

51.5

51.4

 

7.49

8.09

8.44

8.81

 

12

56.7

56.2

56.0

55.8

 

7.57

8.18

8.53

8.90

 

17

61.7

61.0

60.8

60.6

 

7.66

8.26

8.62

9.00

 

22

66.9

66.1

65.8

65.5

 

7.74

8.36

8.71

9.09

 

27

72.5

71.6

71.2

70.8

 

7.83

8.45

8.81

9.19

 

32

78.5

77.3

76.8

76.4

 

7.92

8.55

8.91

9.30

 

37

83.4

83.2

82.6

82.1

 

7.98

8.65

9.01

9.41

 

42

90.8

89.3

88.6

88.0

 

8.11

8.75

9.12

9.52

 

47

112.0

110.1

109.2

108.3

 

9.01

9.76

10.19

10.65

52

120.1

117.8

116.8

115.8

 

9.14

9.90

10.33

10.80

57

128.4

125.9

124.6

123.5

 

9.27

10.04

10.48

10.96

62

137.0

134.1

132.7

131.5

 

9.40

10.19

10.64

11.12

 

67

145.6

142.3

141.2

139.8

 

9.55

10.35

10.82

11.31

 

72

155.4

151.8

150.2

148.5

 

9.74

10.56

11.03

11.52

 

For other airflow conditions, see heating capacity correction factor (Table PD-39).

Net heating capacity and power input includes indoor fan heat at ARI esp. To obtain net heating at other conditions, subtract fan heat at this condition and add fan heat at new condition.

Note:

1.Integrated heating capacities and powers include the effects of defrost in the frost region. All heating capacities and power (kw) are at 70% OD relative humidity and demand defrost cycle.

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PKGP-PRC003-EN

Performance

Data

Table PD-38 — Auxiliary Electric Heat Capacity

 

 

 

Total2

 

Stage 1

 

 

 

Stage 2

 

 

Unit

KW

MBh

No. of

KW

MBh

KW

MBh

Tons

ModelNo.

Input1

Output1

Stages

Input1

Output1

Input1

Output1

 

 

5.00

17.07

1

5.00

17.07

 

 

WSC036A1

10.00

34.14

2

5.00

17.07

5.00

17.07

 

3

 

13.80

47.11

2

8.80

30.04

5.00

17.07

 

 

6.00

20.48

1

6.00

20.48

 

 

 

 

 

WSC036A3, A4

12.00

40.97

2

6.00

20.48

6.00

20.48

 

 

 

17.40

59.40

2

8.70

29.70

8.70

29.70

 

 

 

5.00

17.07

1

5.00

17.07

 

4, 5

WSC048, 060A1

10.00

34.14

2

5.00

17.07

5.00

17.07

 

 

 

13.80

47.11

2

8.80

30.04

5.00

17.07

 

 

 

17.60

60.09

2

8.80

30.04

8.80

30.04

 

 

 

6.00

20.48

1

6.00

20.48

 

4

WSC048A3, A4, AW

12.00

40.97

2

6.00

20.48

6.00

20.48

 

 

 

17.40

59.40

2

8.70

29.70

8.70

29.70

 

 

 

6.00

20.48

1

6.00

20.48

 

5

WSC060A3, A4, AW

12.00

40.97

2

6.00

20.48

6.00

20.48

 

 

 

17.40

59.40

2

8.70

29.70

8.70

29.70

 

 

 

23.00

78.52

2

14.30

48.82

8.70

29.70

 

 

 

9.00

30.73

1

9.00

30.73

 

 

WSC072A3, A4, AW

18.00

61.45

1

18.00

61.45

 

6

 

27.00

92.18

2

18.00

61.45

9.00

30.73

 

 

 

36.00

122.90

2

18.00

61.45

18.00

61.45

 

 

 

9.00

30.73

1

9.00

30.73