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15, 20, & 25 Ton Chillers

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    Features:
    Note about the Tonage Ratings:
    The TrueTonTM label assures that every Schreiber Chiller meets or exceeds its stated BTU performance as measured by the American Refrigeration Institute standard testing methods. Be careful, since not all chiller manufacturers test to the same standards.
    TrueTon
     
     
     
    Key to chiller components:
    Note: the Model 2500 chiller's dimensions are different. See the table below for the values.
    All three are TwinPak Chillers, which spit the refrigeration load between two independent systems of maximum efficiency.
    1. 2 -24 Condenser Fans (3 on the 2500)
    2. Water Pressure Gauge
    3. Electronic Controls with digital display
      1. Temperature Set point
      2. Return and Discharge Temperature Displays
      3. High Temperature Alarm
    4. Chilled Water Return -- 2" N.P.T.
    5. Water Reservoir tank fill -- 1/2" N.P.T.
    6. Chilled Water Discharge -- 2" N.P.T.
    7. Low Water Warning Light
    8. Power Disconnect
    9. Access Door
    Model 1500 chiller

     
     
    Chiller Specifications:
    Model Number: 1500 AC 2000 AC 2500 AC
    Capacity: 15 Ton 20 Ton 25 Tons
    BTU Per Hour: 180,000 BTU/hr 240,000 BTU/hr 300,000 BTU/hr
    Fluid Reservoir Capacity: 145 Gallons
    Fluid Circulating Pump: 5 HP
    Pump Specifications: 120 GPM at 41.3 psi 120 GPM at 38.0 psi
    Voltage: 230/3 or 460/3 460/3
    Amperage: 68.6 - 34.4 84.4 - 40.2 54.7
    Cabinet Size:
    (W x D x H)
    38.25 x 91-7/8 x 70-1/8  inches 38-¼ x 75 x 92-¼ inches
    Weight: 2,350 lbs. 3,150 lbs. 3,650 lbs.
    Caution:
    Do not overcharge this, or any, refrigeration system. The refrigeration sight glass is only an indicator of coolant being in the system. The sight glass should never be filled when charging the system, and will always be fuzzy. Overcharging the system will damage the compressor.