Buy AAF-Herman Nelson Evaporator Coil Parts

The AAF-Herman Nelson Evaporator Coil Part is a piping sequence that is connected to an air handler that blows indoor air across it, causing the coil to absorb heat from the air. The cooled air is then delivered indoors through ducting. The refrigerant then flows back to the compressor where it starts another cycle.

The AAF-Herman Nelson Evaporator Coil Parts come in various models and sizes. The HI-F5 (Hi Efficient) and E-F5 (Energy Efficient) Evaporator coils are designed and engineered for efficient operation with Refrigerant 22, R407C, R410A or 134a. (R407C, R410A and R-134a coils are not ARI certified.) The performance capabilities are excellent for comfort cooling, process refrigeration and moisture dehumidifying. Direct expansion 5E evaporator coils are engineered and designed to deliver the best possible heat transfer efficiency under all operating conditions. There is also a wide variety of circuiting which offers the opportunity to provide the best circuit for peak coil performance. all are counter-flow circuited and equipped with pressure type distributors. In addition, all refrigerant distributors are of equal length to provide equal distribution of refrigerant to each circuit.

They are also used in air conditioning systems in homes and in industries as well as heat pumps, furnaces, condensing units in industries among others. In order to function at their best and economize energy, it has become an industry standard to use compressors with reduction capacity. Balancing this capacity requires the use of face, row or interlaced control coils. Interlaced control offers the optimum in capacity reduction and it also provides higher part load capability as compared to face or row control coils. The unique interlaced circuiting allows the entire face and depth of the coil to be active under part load conditions. They also offer higher part load capacity because when only one circuit is active heat transfer is enhanced by additional fin surface that would normally be associated with the other refrigerant circuit