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General Electric Air Conditioner
I am trying to size the load of my one pipe steam system in preparation of having a new boiler installed.. I've read several of Dan's books and think I have the radiators sized. However, part of the existing system, installed in 1939, has a GE Air Conditioner with a large "radiator" inside an air handler? A large barrel fan (rat cage) pulls the radiant heat off the radiator and circulates it through the duct system. I have been unable to find any information on how to size that part of the load which I believe is significant. Any help or direction would be greatly appreciated.