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P traps

Discussion in Racks, Rack Accessories, & Cooling started by terrence , 12/14/2018 5:01 PM
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  • terrence

    Good Day, 

    ACRD600s, if the condenser and the unit are at the same level and the piping is over head are P traps to be used, if yes, where in the piping should it placed

  • L2SupportServices-Cooling

    Hello Terrence.

    I am assuming that you are going out the top of the RD600 unit and then changing to horizontal piping out to the condenser and then going down to the condenser. In this case, you would want a inverted trap at the top of the unit where the piping goes from vertical to horizontal on the discharge line. This is also assuming that you are not going to far (5-10 feet max) above the unit before going horizontal. If you have a drawing of the piping run, we can see if any others would be needed.

    Thank you

  • terrence

    Good Day, 

    Please see the attached sketch.

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  • L2SupportServices-Cooling

    Thank you. An inverted trap at the top of the discharge pipe coming out of the unit will be needed. No other traps are needed from the drawing. Make sure to pitch the horizontal discharge piping towards the condenser and the horizontal liquid piping towards the unit per the guidelines in the manual.

    Thank you

  • L2SupportServices-Cooling

    Just to clarify. The Inverted trap is at the top of the vertical portion as it is changing to the horizontal run.

  • terrence

    thanks for the information

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