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5-ton Unichiller internal pump

it's a beast. a real beast. BLC70/100 1.25 HP pump.



anyone know what it's power draw is? I can't find this info anywhere.



I'm a little stunned that this unit has a design pressure drop of 90 feet of head. that nine zero. for 12 GPM???? really???
Rob Brown
Designer for Rockport Mechanical
in beautiful Rockport Maine.

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  • DevanDevan Member Posts: 138
    edited July 2011
    Specs

    Rob,



    Here's a link to spec sheets with electrical data, and pump info.

    I put one in a few months ago, cooling only for now, with Unico green series air handlers and smart control board. I was pleased.

    http://www.unicosystem.com/Portals/0/Pdf_Files/Bulletin_40-60_(2004-10).pdf
  • NRT_RobNRT_Rob Member Posts: 1,009
    thanks

    but this doesn't break out the pump's electrical data. it must be a good part of the overall draw here, that's a real beast of a pump! *sigh*...



    do you know if the COP takes pump energy into account?



    do you know if there are any charts for water temp vs COP/output/outdoor temp below 120 deg F outlet temp?



    I'm glad to put one that is already out "in the wild" to good use but I have to admit I'm a bit shocked at the GPM/head requirements at work here. Never seen anything like it residentially.
    Rob Brown
    Designer for Rockport Mechanical
    in beautiful Rockport Maine.
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