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Posted by: khaldoun

02/01/2005, 03:25:48

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Hi all:
I have designed a conditioning system consists of four aeroterms each one is of 8 RT capacity (total 32 RT)the main connected pipes to the aeroterms is of 3" diameter the pump has the following data:H(8.5-16mH2O) water flow(300-1000L/min).
then a branch from the main pipe has been taken to feed two heatexchangers of 20RT now the 3" pipe is not adequate to cover the total capacity which is 52RT ,what to do in this case ,as amatter of fact I don't prefer to change the pipes ,is't possible to choose a larger pump to cover this lack in capacity or to add a new pump to the old one and whether to connect it in aparalal posision or consequent posision .
thanks in advanced.






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