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NOMINAL 36,000-BTU/HR, CONVENTIONAL, STANDARD WEIGHT, SINGLE-SECTION, 208-VOLT, 3-PHASE, 60-CYCLE (MODEL CE36HBC6-208) AIR-CONDITIONING UNIT.
Final development and engineer design test rept.,
ARMY ENGINEER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT LABS FORT BELVOIR VA
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Report covers the engineer design, development, and testing of a single-section, base-mounted, self-contained, air-cooled, mono- chlorodifluoromethane refrigerant, electric motor driven, 36,000 Btuhr, conventional air-conditioning unit for use in military-type vans and shelters. The report concludes, in part 1 The unit meets established design objectives of standard weight construction in all completed tests. 2 Specific control of humidity and operation on 120-volt, 3-phase electric power are not necessary for this 3-ton conventional air conditioner. 3 The unit meets the 4,000-hour reliability requirements. 4 The unit exceeds the required 36,000-Btuhr capacity at specified design conditions and functions as required during and after Engineer Design Tests. 5 The existing compressor time delay relay is not completely satisfactory and requires replacement by a temperature compensated relay during the Production Engineering Measures phase.
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