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Author Topic: btu rating and cfm on front air  (Read 1036 times)
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« on: May 24, 2006, 04:53:58 PM »

a/c experts

prevost lemirage dash air and heat, does anyone know the size and cfm of the blower and
evaporater. also who enginered the blower motor in this ridge. if i got paid by the hour , i
could buy  a liberty coach.  trying to decide if my aux compressor will be compatable with it.
i am also moving the rear aux a/c blower toward the front and installing it in the kitichen
cabinet. and relocating the small refrigerater.  i mamma ant happy no body is happy.  thanks j.t. laney

ps the expansion valve is a alco tcle ifw55 6a showed to be f 12  f 134    xb 1019 fw 5518
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« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2006, 05:12:55 PM »

Hi JLaney,

I couldn't find any information on your Alco valve. The ifw55 6a  has no listings at all in alco's site!

It could be a special  order from Prevost.

All though, The [55] in your Mo # could mean either 1/2 ton or 5 1/2 ton ?? not quite sure!

1/2 ton valve can do up to a 9000 btu coil using R-134A. CFM can vairy.   A 5 1/2 ton valve can cool a wherehouse!! [ not likely ]

Hope I've helped you a little!

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« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2006, 05:29:34 PM »

thnks nick
the coil is a 2 row about the size on my computor sceen,about a 20 inch, it can't put our to much.
somewhere in the future i am going to knock the road air in the head, and free up the bay for a
out side kitchen. do you have any input on those things. thanks jt. laney
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