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Refrigerant Subcoolers

Packless chiller coils are available in seven standard sizes to offer a wide range of Subcooler capacities.

The coils utilize a coaxial "tube-in-tube" design providing efficient heat transfer and minimizing fouling.

Packless chiller coils are C-UL-US listed for refrigerant side working pressures of 650 psig and water side working pressures of 400 psig.

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Available Models

Model ━ Capacity ▼ Length ━ Width ━ Height ━
CHAX-3500-J 5 tons 22 78 in 21 in 7 516 in
CHAX-3400-H 4 tons 22 716 in 18 58 in 10 1116 in
CHAX-3300-H 3 tons 18 34 in 15 716 in 8 38 in
CHAX-3200-H 2 tons 14 78 in 11 916 in 7 14 in
CHAX-3250-H 2 tons 14 78 in 11 916 in 8 58 in
CHAX-3150-H 1.5 tons 13 1116 in 10 916 in 5 78 in
CHAX-3100-H 1 tons 9 58 in 6 12 in 6 12 in

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The coaxial "tube-in-tube" design of Packless coils.

Packless chiller coils utilize a coaxial "tube-in-tube" design. Water flows through the inner tube while refrigerant flows in the annulus between the inner and outer tubes.

The key to the high performance of Packless coils lies in the convoluted multi-lead inner tube manufactured in a patented process. The resulting convoluted tube has increased heat transfer surface area per unit length yet still permits full flow of both water and refrigerant around its entire periphery for improved performance.

Turbulence imparted by the convolutions to both the water and refrigerant flows further enhances the thermal performance, while inhibiting the accumulation of deposits on the surfaces. The net result is a highly effective, compact heat exchanger with superior anti-fouling characteristics.

Optimum heat transfer with Packless chiller coils is achieved with a counterflow arrangement of water and refrigerant during condensing.

For non-standard applications, Packless chiller coils can be obtained on a special order basis with different capacities, mounting brackets, and fittings. Tell us what you need and our engineers will assist in making it happen.