# Refrigeracion

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HRPQC-04 (7/04)

APPLICATIONS NOTE Quick Calculations Tables give typical and heavy load estimates based on the conditions in each room temperature table. Conditions include construction, loading, and room surroundings. If your conditions are very different from the typical or heavy conditions, then ﬁgure a load estimate speciﬁcally for your job. Here are three suggestions to help you get anaccurate load estimate for your application: a. You can use the paper and pencil calculation in Heatcraft Refrigeration Products Engineering Manual (H-ENG-1) b. You can use the box load software, in the Calculation Toolbox of the Cold Solutions Program provided by a Sales Representative c. Or you can call your Sales Representative for assistance

DIMENSIONS (FEET) W L H

ROOM AREA SQ. FT.ROOM BTUH BTUH VOLUME TYPICAL HEAVY CU. FT. LOAD LOAD

QUICK CALCULATIONS
WALK-IN COOLERS FREEZERS
6’ X 6’ to 40’ X 40’ Rooms with 8’ Ceilings at -20ºF. to +35ºF. Based on 95ºF. Ambient
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Before you do a, b, or c, get this information about your job: 1. Room information: • Length, width, and height of the box in feet •Temperature of the refrigerated room (°F.) • Relative humidity in the refrigerated room (if speciﬁed) • Summertime design ambient temperature (°F.). This is usually the temperature expected at the location of an air cooled condensing unit which cools the room 2. Insulation information: • Type of insulation, insulation thickness (inches), and external temperatures on walls, ceiling, ﬂoor 3.Inﬁltration load information: • The temperature (°F.) of the entering air and the relative humidity of the entering air. Also, an estimate of the door usage - average, heavy, etc. • Does the box have glass doors? Dock doors? How many? 4. Product load information: • What is the product or product mix? • How many pounds of product entering at what temperature? • How long (hours) does it take to load the productinto the room? • How quickly (hours) should the room pull the product down to what temperature? • How many pounds of fruit and vegetables are in the room? (respiration load) 5. Miscellaneous loads information: • How many people work in the room? • What is the lighting (watts)? • How many motors (HP) do work in the room?

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Typical Load Conditions The Cold Solutions Program automatically ﬁgures typical loads. Here are the typical conditions: Product - In at +10°F. a) Speciﬁc heat of product is 0.45...

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