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Product Manual

PM ALS-5

Air-Cooled Rotary Screw Chillers

Models ALS 141C to ALS 218C 120 to 210 Tons, 420 to 735 kW

HCFC-22

60 Hz

Product Manual PM ALS-5 Air-Cooled Rotary Screw Chillers Models ALS 141C to ALS 218C 120 to
Product Manual PM ALS-5 Air-Cooled Rotary Screw Chillers Models ALS 141C to ALS 218C 120 to
Product Manual PM ALS-5 Air-Cooled Rotary Screw Chillers Models ALS 141C to ALS 218C 120 to

Table of Contents

Introduction

3

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4

Controls

6

10

................................................................................................ Selection Procedures

12

13

Performance Data

15

.................................................................................................. Part load Performance

17

Pressure Drop

18

Sound Data

19

23

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30

Physical Data

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31

32

Dimensions, ALS

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34

Chilled Water Systems

42

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46

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46

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53

Electrical Connections

Remote Evaporator

Dimensions, Remote Evaporator

Standard Features

55

Optional Features

57

Specifications

59

Table of Contents Introduction 3 ................................................................................................... 4 Controls 6 10 ................................................................................................ Selection Procedures 12 13 Performance

Remote evaporator applications are not included in ARI Program

Our facility is ISO Certified

Document:

PM ALS-5

Revision:

September 2001

Replaces:

PM ALS-4

"McQuay" is a registered trademark of McQuay International 2001 McQuay International "Information covers McQuay International products at the time of publication and we reserve the right to make changes in design and construction at anytime without notice"

Introduction

The McQuay ALS air-cooled chillers are equipped with McQuay single-rotor screw compressors, high efficiency lanced condenser fins, multi-circuit DX evaporator and fuzzy logic MicroTech control theory to offer the utmost in quiet and efficient operation.

The vintage "C" chillers are equipped with state-of-the-art solid state starters to provide stepless acceleration, controlled deceleration, and advanced motor/compressor protection features. McQuay is the only manufacturer to provide this advanced technology on air-cooled chillers.

UNSURPASSED EFFICIENCY

Single-screw compressor design

Electronic expansion valve control

Built-in economizer

High efficiency lanced condenser fins

QUIET OPERATION

Tuned discharge chamber

Composite gaterotor material

Liquid refrigerant-cooled motor

Virtually vibration-free operation

OUTSTANDING RELIABILITY

Rugged compressor design

Solid State Starters for smooth acceleration and deceleration

Low thrust loads on bearings

Advanced composite gaterotor material

Liquid refrigerant-cooled motors

Multiple compressors with independent refrigerant circuits

Proactive control logic

Full factory run-testing for trouble-free operation

McQuayService start-up

SUPERIOR CONTROL LOGIC

Precise control and improved efficiency with fuzzy logic

Easy to read 32-character LCD display

Remote PC monitoring capability

Open Protocol interface with virtually all BMS

Superior reliability under extreme operating conditions

Customer Benefits

Unsurpassed Efficiency

Zero clearance fit between the two gaterotors and main screw rotor virtually eliminates leakage between the high and low-pressure sides during compression. Special gaterotor material made from an advanced composite, temperature stable material makes a zero clearance design possible.

An internal economizer system enhances the unit's refrigeration effect providing more BTUs per pound of refrigerant circulated. The result is higher efficiency and lower operating costs when compared to typical chillers without economizers.

The ALS air-cooled chiller is equipped with the most advanced means of refrigerant flow control available. An electronic expansion valve coupled with MicroTech fuzzy logic control provides excellent operating efficiencies both at full and part load operation.

Figure 1, StarGate Compressor Cutaway

Customer Benefits Unsurpassed Efficiency • Zero clearance fit between the two gaterotors and main screw rotor

Outstanding Reliability Features

Full factory testing of the unit with water hookups provides a trouble-free start-up. Extensive quality control checks during testing means that each equipment protection and operating control is properly adjusted and operates correctly before it leaves the factory. Factory installed options minimize field expenses and startup labor.

The rugged design of the single-screw compressor with its compliant gaterotors allows it to tolerate liquid slugging. The ALS screw chiller will start and operate under conditions that would destroy a reciprocating compressor.

The elimination of many moving parts such as pistons, valves, and connecting rods found on reciprocating compressors results in the enhanced reliability of the single- screw compressor.

Due to symmetrical compression taking place on both sides of the main screw rotor, balanced forces result in the elimination of the large thrust loads inherent in twin-screw compressors. Very low loading enhances the bearing and compressor reliability.

Integral to the basic design of the single-screw compressor, the main screw rotor shaft and the gaterotor shafts cross at right angles in the compressor. The result is ample space to locate heavy duty bearings and increase compressor reliability since no limitations are placed on bearing design as found in twin-screw compressors.

The compressor motor on the ALS screw chiller is liquid refrigerant cooled, allowing motor operation at lower temperatures, enhancing system reliability and motor life when compared to suction or discharge gas cooled designs.

Recent technological advancements have made available a composite material that prevents premature wear on the gaterotor. The composite material is made from a material designed for strength, temperature stability and durability.

Unmatched Serviceability

Field serviceability has not been sacrificed to meet design performance objectives on the ALS chiller. Inspection covers allow for an excellent visual inspection of the main screw and gaterotors. Compressors are equipped with suction and discharge service valves.

Compressors are located on the outside edges of the base allowing ready access.

Standard Solid State Starters

The addition of solid state starters as standard (a McQuay exclusive) on the "C" vintage units takes a giant step forward in motor/compressor protection from failures from machine or electrical faults and includes self-diagnostics, metering and display. The starters provide smooth, slow stepless acceleration and controlled slow deceleration, reducing mechanical and electrical stress for even greater compressor/motor life. Some of the information available to the operator or service technician on each starter LED display follows:

Operating Messages

Fault Messages

Line voltage not present

System power not three phase

Voltage present, starter ready

Phase sequence incorrect

Motor accelerating

Line frequency less than 25 Hz

Motor at full speed

 

Motor at full speed, ramp time expired

Line frequency more than 72 Hz Excessive current unbalance

   

Stop command received, motor decelerating Thermal overload has reached 90% to 99%

Operating parameters lost No current after "Run" command

 

Undercurrent trip occurred

Thermal overload at 100%, motor stopped Thermal overload reduced to 60%, motor can restart

Overcurrent trip occurred

Passcode enabled

Control power too low

Passcode disabled

 

Thermal overload content in percentage

Motor stalled during acceleration External fault

Controls

MicroTech , The Ultimate Control System

A fuzzy logic control system is employed in the ALS screw chiller that optimizes the suction line superheat and the positioning of the electronic expansion valve at all compressor capacities resulting in maximized unit operating efficiencies. Fuzzy logic control is based on approximate reasoning that maintains tighter control of the system.

The MicroTech chiller controller, already proven superior to all other chiller control systems on reciprocating and centrifugal chillers, is employed in the ALS screw chiller. This advanced microprocessor-based control maintains a precise and stable leaving evaporator temperature set point. Utilization of fuzzy logic means compressor cycling is minimized, reducing wear on both compressor and starting components.

Stand-alone unit controls designed with the system operator in mind provide access to the unit temperatures, pressures, set points, operating states, schedules, and alarm messages. The MicroTech controller includes password protection to guard against unauthorized or accidental setpoint or parameter changes.

Complete

instrumentation

with

state-of-the-art

pressure

transducers,

temperature

sensors

and

optical

oil

level

sensors

for

unparalleled

operator

information

and

diagnostics.

Superior head pressure control that maximizes unit efficiency by determining optimum condenser fan operation. At least 5 and as many as 7 stages of heat rejection per circuit are provided.

An optional Remote Monitoring and Sequencing (RMS) panel provides monitoring and control of remote chillers via a single twisted pair of wires. The RMS panel allows the user to access information such as unit status, temperatures and pressures, all control set points, alarm conditions, time and date of alarm conditions, as well as the ability to clear alarms remotely. Up to three chillers can be sequenced and monitored from one RMS panel.

A personal computer equipped with optional MicroTech Monitor software can be used to provide a high-level interface with the MicroTech controller. It can be connected to the controller either directly or remotely via phone lines with an optional modem.

The optional MicroTech Network Master Panel (NMP) allows multiple screw chiller controllers to be incorporated into a building-wide network with other MicroTech unit and auxiliary controllers. In conjunction with a personal computer, it provides the building operator with the capability to perform advanced equipment control and monitoring from a central or remote location.

Open Protocol is a commitment from McQuay International to provide a cost effective means to building automation through a strategic and joint effort with major temperature control companies. This optional feature provides an interface between MicroTech controllers and the building automation system. The result can be reduced installation costs, greater reliability and a seamless operator interface with all equipment in the building.

MicroTech Controller Utilizing Fuzzy Logic

McQuay International has combined microprocessor power and versatility and our extensive experience in chiller design to create the MicroTech screw chiller controller utilizing a fuzzy logic control system. The MicroTech control provides low maintenance, high performance and energy efficient operation that is so vital to profitable building operation in today's economic climate.

Fuzzy Logic Control

MicroTech Controller Utilizing Fuzzy Logic McQuay International has combined microprocessor power and versatility and our extensive

Traditional control systems on today's chillers do not adequately provide precision temperature control of the system. McQuay International has implemented an advanced digital control method based upon fuzzy logic that maintains tighter and more stable control of the chiller system.

Conventional control logic operates on the true/false, black and white theory. However, in

practical applications everything is not black and white, but rather can be found somewhere

in between as shades of gray.

Terms such as hot and cold in conventional control

techniques are replaced by ambiguous words like warm and cool. Fuzzy logic does not maintain that a statement has to be true or false, but instead measures the degree of truth within the statement and begins to take action immediately. Unlike traditional controllers that rely on a linear control theory, the fuzzy logic system is based upon approximate

reasoning with a set of fuzzy rules. Fuzzy rules are "if-then" statements with varying degrees of precision.

A simple analogy of a "if-then" statement could be a car in traffic. If the distance between two cars is adequate, then the car behind will continue at the same speed. If the distance between the two cars increases, then the car in the rear can accelerate slowly. If the distance between the two cars is reduced slightly, then the car behind brakes slowly. If the distance between them is reduced quickly, then the car in the rear must brake much more quickly. Fuzzy logic operates on this same principle.

The MicroTech controller supplied on the ALS chillers utilizes fuzzy logic in the control of suction line superheat and the positioning of the electronic expansion valve in response to system load. Expansion valve hunting, not uncommon on traditional thermostatic expansion valves, has been eliminated. Optimized superheat is maintained under all conditions providing excellent control.

Proactive Control

The MicroTech Control continuously monitors all important system parameters and will take measures to avoid unit shutdown if a system imbalance or upset occurs. An alarm circuit is energized under these circumstances.

Stand-alone Unit Controls

The MicroTech unit controller is a microprocessor-based direct digital control system designed to provide sophisticated monitoring and control. Designed with the system operator in mind, the MicroTech controller features an easy to use 12-key keypad and 32- character display that provides access to temperatures, pressures, set points, operating states, schedules and alarm messages in either English or Metric units. The controller includes password protection to guard against unauthorized or accidental set point or parameter changes.

The MicroTech unit controller can be used as a stand-alone controller, or it can be integrated into a MicroTech network by using the Network Master Panel or the Remote Monitoring and Sequencing Panel. Regardless of whether the controller is stand-alone or included in a network, an IBM-compatible computer containing MicroTech Monitor software can be connected to give the operator full-screen unit monitoring and control capability.

Electronic Expansion Valve

The ALS air-cooled chiller is equipped with the most advanced means of refrigerant flow control available. An electronic expansion valve coupled with a MicroTech unit controller and fuzzy control logic provide excellent operating efficiencies both at full and part load operation.

Unlike conventional thermal expansion valves which require a large pressure drop across the valve and result in higher condenser head pressure, the electronic valve does not need a large pressure drop across it to operate effectively. During part load operation the electronic valve allows the system to operate at lower condensing pressure, minimizes suction line superheat and provides for a more stable system operation. Unit efficiencies are dramatically improved. The electronic expansion valve is an excellent choice of control for the ALS chiller line, providing precise control with a very fast response time.

Stand-alone Unit Controls The MicroTech unit controller is a microprocessor-based direct digital control system designed to

Optional Remote Monitoring and Sequencing Panel

The MicroTech Remote Monitoring and Sequencing (RMS) panel provides monitoring of remote chillers via a single twisted pair of wires. The RMS panel allows the user to access information such as unit status, temperatures and pressures, all control set points, alarm conditions, time and date of alarm conditions, as well as the ability to clear alarms remotely. The RMS panel is equipped with a keypad/display that is identical to the chiller controller's keypad/display. With a special keystroke combination, the RMS keypad/display can be interfaced with any Microtech chiller controller. It then operates identically to the chiller- mounted keypad/display. Thus the operator has full access to all networked chillers from a single remote location. Panel-mounted LEDs clearly indicate with which controller the RMS Panel keypad/display is currently interfaced.

Any chiller alarm or loss of communication alarm that occurs will be indicated by a panel- mounted alarm LED. An alarm will also cause the panel-mounted annunciator to sound. The volume can be adjusted with a small potentiometer. Any alarm in the network can be cleared at the RMS panel keypad.

Optional Personal Computer Monitoring

(Part Number 063430513) A personal computer equipped with MicroTech Monitor software can be used to provide a high-level interface with the MicroTech controller. It can be connected to the controller either directly or remotely via phone lines with an optional modem. If the controller is part of a MicroTech network personal computer, monitoring can be done via network communications.

Optional Network Master Panel

(Part Number 066003521) The MicroTech Network Master Panel (NMP) allows multiple screw chiller controllers to be incorporated into a building-wide network with other MicroTech unit and auxiliary controllers. In conjunction with a personal computer, it provides the building operator with the capability to perform advanced equipment control and monitoring from a central or remote location. This is strictly for use in a McQuay Controls building automation system.

Optional Open Protocol

Open Protocol is a commitment from McQuay International to provide a cost effective means to building automation through a strategic and joint effort with major temperature control companies. Open Protocol provides an interface between one or multiple MicroTech controllers and the building automation system. The result can be reduced installation costs, greater reliability and a seamless operator interface with all equipment in the building. A nominal licensing fee per site is required (license Part Number 066532701).

Open Protocol Master (OPM)

(Part Number 055104401) The MicroTech Open Protocol Master (OPM) panel is usually required to provide the temperature control company a single-point connection when two or more MicroTech controllers are being networked with the temperature control company's system.

MicroTech BACdrop Gateway

The McQuay BACdropGateway panel allows any BACnetbased building automation system (BAS) to communicate with MicroTech controllers. The panel translates between the standard BACnet protocol (ANSI/ASHRAE 135-1995) and the MicroTech protocol. No modifications to the MicroTech hardware or software are necessary. Since BACnet is a standard, public protocol no license agreement is necessary.

Design Advantages

Ultra-low Sound Levels

The issue of objectionable sound or "noise" can no longer be treated lightly as manufacturers may have done in the past. To an owner, sound levels can be as important as unit efficiency and must be addressed prior to the start of any development program. Concentrated efforts to design the quietest air-cooled chiller in the market has paid off with the ALS chiller line. Unique compressor and system design allow the ALS air-cooled chiller to produce sound levels considerably lower than competitive reciprocating and twin- screw compressor units in the market today.

The gaterotor material is manufactured from an advanced engineered composite, and the difference in material density and coefficient of elasticity from the main screw rotor reduces noise levels through the compression chamber. The discharge housing is designed as a "tuned sound attenuator" to cancel out any noise pulsation. Also, the rotor injection attenuates sound levels within the compressor.

Balanced Forces on Compressor

The single-screw compressor has a well-balanced compression mechanism that cancels the screw rotor load in both the radial and axial directions. Inherent to the basic single-screw compressor design is the virtually load free operation that gives main bearings a design life 3-4 times greater than twin-screws, and eliminates expensive and complicated thrust balancing schemes. The two exactly opposed gaterotors create two exactly opposed compression cycles. Compression is made at the lower and upper parts of the screw rotor at the same time, thus canceling the radial loads. Also, both ends of the screw rotor are subjected to suction pressure only, which cancels the axial loads and eliminates the huge thrust loads inherent in twin-screw compressors.

Figure 2, Balanced Forces

Design Advantages Ultra-low Sound Levels The issue of objectionable sound or "noise" can no longer be

Reliable Bearing Design

Screw Gaterotor Gaterotor
Screw
Gaterotor
Gaterotor

Since the main rotor shaft and gaterotor shafts cross at right angles in the single-screw compressor, sufficient space to locate each bearing is obtained. Because of this unique characteristic for the single-screw compressor, bearing life can be designed much higher compared to twin-screws.

Tolerant of Liquid Return

Tolerance to liquid return is provided by the heavy construction of the screw components and by McQuay's Compliant Gate feature. If any liquid starts to enter the main rotor, the build up of pressure immediately causes the gate rotor to raise off the main rotor against spring pressure. This relieves the refrigerant pressure and the refrigerant is pumped out. When the refrigerant has been discharged, the spring returns the gaterotor to its normal position. This increases system reliability because it permits normal operation under abnormal conditions that would be catastrophic (liquid return) for many other compressor designs.

Economizer Design

The ALS

screw

compressor

 

uses

an

integral

economizer

where centrifugal force

is

utilized

to

separate

the flash

gas

from the

liquid

refrigerant

prior

to

it

entering

the

evaporator.

 

A

small

centrifugal liquid/vapor

separator

mounted

on

the

rear

of

the

compressor/motor shaft achieves the separation.

The economizer itself is

located

within

the

envelope

of

the

motor/compressor

housing.

Low Vibration Levels

Tolerant of Liquid Return Tolerance to liquid return is provided by the heavy construction of the
Tolerant of Liquid Return Tolerance to liquid return is provided by the heavy construction of the

The extremely low vibration levels, inherent with the single-screw design, will not pass through system piping and allow objectionable resonated sound to be carried into the building.

Because the moving components in the McQuay ALS screw compressor are purely rotational, the dynamic forces and vibration created by the system are very low. This reduced vibration results in less movement to refrigerant lines and other parts of the system. The vibration limit on the test stand is 0.14 in/sec (3.56 mm/sec) and compressors test far below this limit.

Liquid Refrigerant-Cooled Motor

The compressor motor for the ALS screw chiller is liquid-refrigerant cooled. The liquid refrigerant allows the motor to operate at lower temperatures and enhances system reliability and motor life when compared to suction gas-cooled designs found on twin-screw or competitor's reciprocating compressors.

Wide Application Range

The capability to handle wide application ranges makes the ALS screw chiller a superior choice for comfort cooling, ice storage, and process applications. McQuay International has been a proven leader in chiller applications and once again has developed a line of chillers unsurpassed in performance and quality.

Selection Procedures

60 Hz - I-P Units

The Performance Data on the following pages are based on a 10 degree F (5.5 degree C) delta-T through the evaporator (2.4 gpm/ton). Adjustment factors for other delta-Ts can be found in Table 3. The minimum leaving chilled water temperature without glycol is 40.0°F (4.4°C). For brine selections refer to Table 1 and Table 2 for ethylene or propylene glycol adjustment factors. Ratings are based on a 0.0001 ft 2 x hr x °F/BTU (0.0176 m 2 x °C/kW) fouling factor in the evaporator and sea level operation. For other fouling factors or elevations refer to Table 3.

For applications outside the catalog ratings contact your local McQuay sales representative.

Selection Example

Given: 120 tons

95°F ambient air temperature, 4,000 feet elevation 288 gpm, 54°F to 44°F, 0.0001 evaporator fouling factor

  • 1. Use the following formula (for water only) to calculate any missing elements:

(gpm x delta-T) /24 = tons

  • 2. From Performance Data R-22, IP Units Table 4, an ALS 141C at the given conditions will produce 124.5 tons with a compressor kW input of 140.8 and a unit EER of 9.6. Correct for elevation from Table 3:

Capacity:

124.5 tons x 0.973 = 121.1 tons

Power:

140.8 kW x 1.021 = 143.8 kW

EER = Output / Input = 9.6 x 0.973 / 1.021 = 9.1

  • 3. Determine the evaporator pressure drop. Using Figure 3, enter at 288 gpm and follow up to the ALS 141C line intersect. Read horizontally to obtain an evaporator pressure drop of 8.9 ft.

Selection example utilizing ethylene glycol

Given:

150 tons, 95°F ambient temperature 56°F to 44°F chilled fluid temperature 0.0001 evaporator fouling factor.

Protect against freezing to 0°F

  • 1. From Table 1 select an ethylene glycol concentration of 40% to protect to 0°F.

  • 2. Adjustment factors at 40% glycol: Capacity = 0.961,

Power = 0.976,

Flow = 1.121,

Pressure Drop = 1.263.

  • 3. Adjustment Factor for 12 degree chilled water range from Table 3 is 1.005 Capacity, 1.002 Power.

4.

Select an ALS 171C with a capacity of 155.8 tons and correct with 40% ethylene glycol factors.

Correct capacity: 0.961 x 1.005 x 155.8 tons = 150.5 tons. Correct compressor power: 0.976 x 1.002 x 176.9 kW = 173.0 kW

  • 5. Correct chilled fluid flow:

Fluid flow (water) at 150 tons gpm (water) = (tons x 24) / delta-T gpm = (150 tons x 24) / 12 degrees = 300 gpm Fluid flow (40% EG solution):

300 gpm (water) x 1.121 flow correction factor = 336 gpm (ethylene glycol)

  • 6. Determine the evaporator pressure drop. Using Figure 3, enter at 300 gpm (water) and follow to the ALS 171C line intersect. Read horizontally to obtain an evaporator pressure drop of 8.4 ft.

  • 7. Correct the pressure drop for 40% EG solution:

8.4 ft x 1.263 pressure drop correction factor = 10.6 ft for ethylene glycol.

Performance Adjustment Factors

Ethylene and Propylene Glycol Factors

ALS chiller units are designed to operate with leaving chilled fluid temperatures of 20.0°F to 60.0°F (-6.7°C to 15.5°C). Leaving chilled fluid temperatures below 40°F (4.4°C) result in evaporating temperatures at or below the freezing point of water and a glycol solution is required. McQuay also recommends double insulation, and the system designer should determine its necessity. The use of glycol will reduce the performance of the unit depending on its concentration. This should be taken into consideration during initial system design. On glycol applications the supplier normally recommends that a minimum of 25% solution by weight be used for protection against corrosion.

Altitude Correction Factors

Performance tables are based on sea level altitude. At elevations higher than sea level, the performance of the unit will be decreased due to the lower air density. For performance at elevations other than sea level refer to Table 3.

Evaporator Temperature Drop Factors

Performance tables are based on a 10 degree F (5.6 degree C) temperature drop through the evaporator. Other delta-Ts will require adjustment factors found in Table 3. Temperature drops outside a 6 to 16 degree F (3.3 to 8.9 degree C) range may adversely affect the system's capability to maintain acceptable control and are not recommended.

The maximum water temperature that can be circulated through the evaporator in a non- operating mode is 100°F (37.8°C). High temperatures can result in poor performance and damage to the equipment.

Fouling Factor

Performance tables are based on water with a fouling factor of 0.0001 ft 2 x hr x °F/BTU (0.0176 m 2 x °C/kW) per ARI 550/590-98. As fouling is increased, performance decreases. For performance at other fouling factors refer to Table 3.

Foreign matter in the chilled water system will adversely affect the heat transfer capability of the evaporator and could increase the pressure drop and reduce the water flow. For optimum unit operation, proper water treatment and filtration must be maintained.

Table 1, Ethylene Glycol

%

 

Freeze Point

Capacity

       

E.G.

 

°F

°C

Power

Flow

PD

26

  • 10 0.991

-3

 

0.996

1.013

1.070

18

  • 20 0.982

-8

 

0.992

1.040

1.129

7

  • 30 0.972

-14

 

0.986

1.074

1.181

-7

  • 40 0.961

-22

 

0.976

1.121

1.263

-28

  • 50 0.946

-33

 

0.966

1.178

1.308

Table 2, Propylene Glycol

 

%

 

Freeze Point

Capacity

       

P.G.

 

°°°° F

°C

Power

Flow

PD

26

  • 10 0.987

-3

 

0.992

1.010

1.068

19

  • 20 0.975

-7

 

0.985

1.028

1.147

9

  • 30 0.962

-13

 

0.978

1.050

1.248

  • 40 -5

 

-21

0.946

0.971

1.078

1.366

  • 50 -27

-33

0.929

0.965

1.116

1.481

Units operating with glycol are not included in the ARI Certification Program

 

Table 3, Correction Factors

 
 

Chilled Water

 

Fouling Factor

 
   

Delta-T

0.0001 (0.0176)

0.00025 (0.044)

0.00075 (0.132)

0.00175 (0.308)

ALTITUDE

°F

°C

Cap.

Power

Cap.

Power

Cap.

Power

Cap.

Power

 

6

3.3

0.992

 
  • 0.995 0.962

  • 0.985 0.986

0.993

     
  • 0.919 0.972

8

4.4

0.995

 
  • 0.997 0.965

  • 0.988 0.988

0.995

     
  • 0.922 0.974

SEA

 

10

5.6

1.000

 
  • 1.000 0.970

  • 0.993 0.991

0.998

     
  • 0.927 0.977

LEVEL

12

6.7

1.005

 
  • 1.002 0.975

  • 0.998 0.993

1.000

     
  • 0.932 0.979

 

14

6.8

1.010

 
  • 1.005 0.980

  • 1.003 0.996

1.003

     
  • 0.936 0.982

16

8.9

1.014

 
  • 1.007 0.984

  • 1.007 0.998

1.005

     
  • 0.940 0.984

6

3.3

0.978

 
  • 1.005 0.949

  • 0.971 0.996

1.003

     
  • 0.906 0.982

8

4.4

0.982

 
  • 1.007 0.953

  • 0.975 0.998

1.005

     
  • 0.910 0.984

2000

feet

10

5.6

0.986

 
  • 1.009 0.956

  • 0.979 1.000

1.007

     
  • 0.914 0.986

(610 m)

 

12

6.7

0.992

 
  • 1.011 0.962

  • 0.985 1.002

1.009

     
  • 0.919 0.988

 

14

6.8

0.997

 
  • 1.014 0.967

  • 0.990 1.005

1.012

   
  • 0.924 0.991

 

16

8.9

1.000

 
  • 1.016 0.970

  • 0.993 1.007

1.014

     
  • 0.927 0.993

6

3.3

0.966

 
  • 1.016 0.937

  • 0.959 1.007

1.014

     
  • 0.895 0.993

8

4.4

0.969

 
  • 1.018 0.940

  • 0.962 1.009

1.016

     
  • 0.898 0.995

4000

feet

10

5.6

0.973

 
  • 1.021 0.944

  • 0.966 1.012

1.019

     
  • 0.902 0.998

(1220 m)

 

12

6.7

0.978

 
  • 1.025 0.949

  • 0.971 1.016

1.023

     
  • 0.906 1.002

 

14

6.8

0.982

 
  • 1.027 0.953

  • 0.975 1.018

1.025

     
  • 0.910 1.004

16

8.9

0.986

 
  • 1.028 0.956

  • 0.979 1.019

1.026

     
  • 0.914 1.005

6

3.3

0.953

 
  • 1.025 0.924

  • 0.946 1.016

1.023

     
  • 0.883 1.002

8

4.4

0.955

 
  • 1.028 0.926

  • 0.948 1.019

1.026

     
  • 0.885 1.005

6000

feet

10

5.6

0.959

 
  • 1.031 0.930

  • 0.952 1.022

1.029

     
  • 0.889 1.008

(1830 m)

 

12

6.7

0.963

 
  • 1.034 0.934

  • 0.956 1.024

1.032

   
  • 0.893 1.011

 
 

14

6.8

0.968

 
  • 1.036 0.939

  • 0.961 1.026

1.034

     
  • 0.897 1.013

16

8.9

0.972

 
  • 1.037 0.943

  • 0.965 1.027

1.035

     
  • 0.901 1.014

Performance Data

R-22, IP Units

Table 4, ALS 141C – ALS 218C

     

AMBIENT AIR TEMPERATURE

 

ALS

LWT

 

75°F

 

85°F

 

95°F

 

105°F

 

115°F

SIZE

(°F)

Cap.

PWR

EER

Cap.

PWR

EER

Cap.

PWR

EER

Cap.

PWR

EER

Cap.

PWR

EER

Tons

kWi

Tons

kWi

Tons

kWi

Tons

kWi

Tons

kWi

 

40.0

 
  • 128.3 12.1

  • 111.3 123.0

     
  • 124.9 9.1

  • 117.7 138.6

   
  • 10.4 7.8

    • 112.2 156.9

   
  • 105.5 6.5

177.2

 

42.0

 
  • 131.7 12.3

  • 112.1 126.3

     
  • 125.8 9.3

  • 120.9 139.6

   
  • 10.8 7.9

    • 115.5 158.0

   
  • 108.4 6.7

178.2

 

44.0

 
  • 135.0 12.7

  • 112.6 129.7

     
  • 126.8 9.6

  • 124.5 140.8

   
  • 10.9 8.1

    • 119.1 159.2

   
  • 111.6 6.9

178.7

 

141C

46.0

 
  • 138.4 12.9

  • 113.5 133.2

     
  • 127.6 9.8

  • 128.0 141.7

   
  • 11.2 8.3

    • 122.4 160.6

   
  • 114.7 7.1

180.0

 

48.0

 
  • 141.8 13.1

  • 114.2 136.7

     
  • 128.5 10.0

  • 131.6 142.9

   
  • 11.4 8.4

    • 125.9 162.0

   
  • 118.0 7.2

181.2

 

50.0

 
  • 144.7 13.3

  • 115.1 140.0

     
  • 129.8 10.2

  • 135.2 144.6

   
  • 11.6 8.6

    • 129.4 163.6

   
  • 121.6 7.4

182.3

 
 

40.0

 
  • 143.9 12.1

  • 126.1 137.9

     
  • 141.5 9.1

  • 132.1 156.9

   
  • 10.5 7.8

    • 126.0 177.8

   
  • 118.4 6.5

200.8

 

42.0

 
  • 147.7 12.3

  • 126.9 141.8

     
  • 142.4 9.3

  • 135.7 158.1

   
  • 10.8 7.9

    • 129.5 179.0

   
  • 121.6 6.7

201.7

 

44.0

 
  • 151.5 12.7

  • 127.6 145.5

     
  • 143.5 9.6

  • 139.7 159.4

   
  • 11.0 8.1

    • 133.7 180.3

   
  • 125.3 6.9

202.4

 

150C

46.0

 
  • 155.3 12.9

  • 128.5 149.5

     
  • 144.5 9.8

  • 143.7 160.6

   
  • 11.2 8.3

    • 137.3 181.8

   
  • 128.7 7.1

203.8

 

48.0

 
  • 159.1 13.3

  • 129.3 153.3

     
  • 145.6 10.0

  • 147.5 161.9

   
  • 11.4 8.4

    • 141.3 183.5

   
  • 132.4 7.2

205.1

 

50.0

 
  • 162.4 13.4

  • 130.2 157.1

     
  • 147.0 10.2

  • 151.7 163.7

   
  • 11.6 8.6

    • 145.2 185.3

   
  • 136.4 7.4

206.5

 
 

40.0

 
  • 160.6 12.1

  • 139.9 154.0

     
  • 157.0 9.2

  • 147.3 174.1

   
  • 10.4 7.8

    • 140.6 197.2

   
  • 132.1 6.5

222.7

 

42.0

 
  • 164.9 12.3

  • 140.8 158.2

     
  • 158.1 9.4

  • 151.4 175.4

   
  • 10.8 7.9

    • 144.5 198.6

   
  • 135.7 6.7

223.9

 

44.0

 
  • 169.0 12.7

  • 141.5 162.4

     
  • 159.3 9.6

  • 155.8 176.9

   
  • 11.0 8.1

    • 149.2 200.1

   
  • 139.8 6.9

224.6

 

171C

46.0

 
  • 173.3 12.9

  • 142.6 166.8

     
  • 160.4 9.8

  • 160.3 178.1

   
  • 11.2 8.3

    • 153.2 201.8

   
  • 143.6 7.1

226.2

 

48.0

 
  • 177.5 13.2

  • 143.5 171.1

     
  • 161.6 10.0

  • 164.7 179.7

   
  • 11.4 8.4

    • 157.7 203.6

   
  • 147.8 7.2

227.6

 

50.0

 
  • 181.2 13.3

  • 144.6 175.3

     
  • 163.1 10.2

  • 169.2 181.7

   
  • 11.6 8.6

    • 162.1 205.6

   
  • 152.3 7.3

229.0

 
 

40.0

 
  • 175.2 12.1

  • 154.3 168.0

     
  • 173.1 9.1

  • 160.7 191.9

   
  • 10.4 7.8

    • 153.3 217.4

   
  • 144.1 6.5

245.5

 

42.0

 
  • 179.8 12.3

  • 155.2 172.5

     
  • 174.3 9.3

  • 165.2 193.4

   
  • 10.8 7.9

    • 157.7 218.9

   
  • 148.1 6.7

246.8

 

44.0

 
  • 184.4 12.7

  • 156.0 177.2

     
  • 175.6 9.6

  • 170.0 195.0

   
  • 10.9 8.1

    • 162.7 220.6

   
  • 152.5 6.9

247.5

 

186C

46.0

 
  • 189.0 12.9

  • 157.2 182.0

     
  • 176.8 9.8

  • 174.9 196.4

   
  • 11.2 8.3

    • 167.1 222.4

   
  • 156.7 7.1

249.3

 

48.0

 
  • 193.7 13.1

  • 158.2 186.7

     
  • 178.1 10.0

  • 179.6 198.0

   
  • 11.4 8.4

    • 171.9 224.5

   
  • 161.2 7.2

250.9

 

50.0

 
  • 197.7 13.3

  • 159.3 191.2

     
  • 179.8 10.2

  • 184.6 200.3

   
  • 11.6 8.6

    • 176.8 226.6

   
  • 166.1 7.4

252.6

 
 

40.0

 
  • 178.3 12.4

  • 151.0 170.9

     
  • 169.5 9.4

  • 163.6 188.0

   
  • 10.7 8.0

    • 156.1 212.9

   
  • 146.6 6.6

240.5

 

42.0

 
  • 183.0 12.6

  • 152.0 175.7

     
  • 170.6 9.6

  • 168.1 189.3

   
  • 11.0 8.1

    • 160.5 214.4

   
  • 150.7 6.8

241.7

 

44.0

 
  • 187.6 13.0

  • 152.8 180.3

     
  • 172.0 9.8

  • 173.1 191.0

   
  • 11.2 8.3

    • 165.6 216.0

   
  • 155.2 7.0

242.5

 

190C

46.0

 
  • 192.5 13.2

  • 153.9 185.2

     
  • 173.1 10.0

  • 178.0 192.3

   
  • 11.4 8.5

    • 170.1 217.9

   
  • 159.5 7.2

244.2

 

48.0

 
  • 197.1 13.4

  • 154.9 190.1

     
  • 174.4 10.2

  • 182.9 193.9

   
  • 11.6 8.5

    • 175.1 219.8

   
  • 164.0 7.3

245.7

 

50.0

 
  • 201.3 13.5

  • 156.0 194.6

     
  • 176.1 10.4

  • 187.9 196.1

   
  • 11.8 8.7

    • 179.9 221.9

   
  • 169.1 7.5

247.4

 
 

40.0

 
  • 189.9 12.3

  • 163.8 182.0

     
  • 183.8 9.3

  • 174.2 203.8

   
  • 10.6 7.9

    • 166.2 230.8

   
  • 156.1 6.6

260.7

 

42.0

 
  • 194.8 12.5

  • 164.8 186.9

     
  • 185.0 9.5

  • 178.9 205.3

   
  • 10.9 8.0

    • 170.8 232.4

   
  • 160.4 6.8

262.0

 

44.0

 
  • 199.8 12.8

  • 165.7 191.9

     
  • 186.5 9.7

  • 184.2 207.1

   
  • 11.1 8.2

    • 176.3 234.2

   
  • 165.3 6.9

262.9

 

200C

46.0

 
  • 204.8 13.0

  • 166.9 197.0

     
  • 187.7 9.9

  • 189.4 208.6

   
  • 11.3 8.4

    • 181.0 236.2

   
  • 169.7 7.1

264.7

 

48.0

 
  • 209.8 13.3

  • 168.0 202.2

     
  • 189.1 10.1

  • 194.6 210.2

   
  • 11.5 8.5

    • 186.3 238.3

   
  • 174.6 7.2

266.4

 

50.0

 
  • 214.2 13.4

  • 169.2 207.2

     
  • 190.9 10.3

  • 200.1 212.6

   
  • 11.7 8.7

    • 191.6 240.6

   
  • 179.9 7.4

268.2

 
 

40.0

 
  • 196.0 12.3

  • 169.7 187.9

     
  • 190.4 9.3

  • 179.9 211.2

   
  • 10.6 7.9

    • 171.6 239.3

   
  • 161.2 6.6

270.1

 

42.0

 
  • 201.2 12.5

  • 170.8 193.1

     
  • 191.7 9.5

  • 184.8 212.7

   
  • 10.9 8.0

    • 176.5 240.9

   
  • 165.7 6.8

271.5

 

44.0

 
  • 206.3 12.8

  • 171.6 198.3

     
  • 193.2 9.7

  • 190.3 214.6

   
  • 11.1 8.2

    • 182.1 242.7

   
  • 170.6 6.9

272.4

 

206C

46.0

 
  • 211.6 13.0

  • 172.9 203.6

     
  • 194.5 9.9

  • 195.7 216.1

   
  • 11.3 8.4

    • 187.0 244.8

   
  • 175.3 7.1

274.3

 

48.0

 
  • 216.7 13.3

  • 174.1 208.9

     
  • 196.0 10.1

  • 201.1 217.9

   
  • 11.5 8.5

    • 192.5 247.0

   
  • 180.3 7.2

276.1

 

50.0

 
  • 221.2 13.4

  • 175.3 213.9

     
  • 197.9 10.3

  • 206.7 220.4

   
  • 11.7 8.7

    • 197.8 249.3

   
  • 185.9 7.4

277.9

 
 

40.0

 
  • 210.7 12.4

  • 176.0 202.0

     
  • 197.5 9.4

  • 193.3 219.1

   
  • 10.7 8.0

    • 184.4 248.2

   
  • 173.3 6.6

280.2

 

42.0

 
  • 216.2 12.6

  • 177.2 207.5

     
  • 198.9 9.6

  • 198.6 220.7

   
  • 11.0 8.1

    • 189.6 249.8

   
  • 178.0 6.8

281.7

 

44.0

 
  • 221.7 13.0

  • 178.1 213.0

     
  • 200.4 9.8

  • 204.4 222.6

   
  • 11.2 8.3

    • 195.6 251.7

   
  • 183.4 7.0

282.6

 

218C

46.0

 
  • 227.3 13.2

  • 179.4 218.7

     
  • 201.8 10.0

  • 210.3 224.2

   
  • 11.4 8.5

    • 201.0 253.9

   
  • 188.3 7.2

284.6

 

48.0

 
  • 232.9 13.4

  • 180.6 224.5

     
  • 203.3 10.2

    • 216.1 226.1

     
  • 11.6 8.5

    • 206.8 256.2

   
  • 193.8 7.3

286.4

 

50.0

 
  • 237.7 13.5

  • 181.9 229.8

     
  • 205.3 10.4

  • 222.0 228.6

   
  • 11.8 8.7

    • 212.6 258.6

   
  • 199.8 7.5

288.3

 

NOTES:

  • 1. Rated in accordance with ARI Standard 550/590. Shaded and bold ratings are certified in accordance with the ARI Water-Chilling Packages Using the Vapor Compression Cycle Certification Program, which is based on ARI Standard 550/590.

  • 2. Units with remote evaporators are not included in the ARI Certification Program.

  • 3. Ratings based on HCFC-22, evaporator fouling factor of 0.0001, 10 degree delta-T, evaporator flow of 2.4 gpm/ton and sea level altitude.

  • 4. For units with SpeedTrol option multiply capacity and EER by 0.99. For units operating at 208 volt, multiply capacity by 0.98.

  • 5. Interpolation is allowed, extrapolation is not permitted. Consult McQuay for performance outside the cataloged ratings.

  • 6. kW input is for compressors only. EER is for the entire unit, including compressors, fan motors and control power. Total power to the unit can be calculated by: kW = tons x 12 / EER

  • 7. Compressor loading and unloading is adaptively determined by system load, ambient air temperature, and other inputs to the MicroTech control algorithms.

R-22, SI Units

Table 5, ALS 141C - ALS 218C

     

AMBIENT AIR TEMPERATURE

 

ALS

LWT

30°C (86°F)

 

35°C (95°F)

 

40°C (104°F)

 

45°C (113°F)

50°C (122°F)

SIZE

°C (°F)

Cap.

PWR

COP

Cap.

PWR

COP

Cap.

PWR

COP

Cap.

PWR

COP

Cap.

PWR

COP

kW

kWi

kW

kWi

kW

kWi

kW

kWi

kW

kWi

 
  • 5.0 (41.0)

  • 436.4 126.7

   
  • 3.1 402.3

  • 419.6 380.9

 
  • 2.7 155.6

  • 139.1 173.7

   
  • 2.3 1.7

 
  • 2.0 191.9

358.9

   
  • 6.0 (42.8)

  • 447.1 127.6

   
  • 3.1 413.1

  • 430.3 390.8

 
  • 2.8 156.6

  • 140.1 174.4

   
  • 2.4 1.7

 
  • 2.1 192.3

367.9

   
  • 7.0 (44.6)

  • 458.1 128.4

   
  • 3.2 424.2

  • 441.5 401.1

 
  • 2.8 157.7

  • 141.1 175.2

   
  • 2.4 1.8

 
  • 2.1 192.7

377.2

   

141C

  • 8.0 (46.4)

  • 469.0 129.2

   
  • 3.3 434.8

  • 452.7 411.0

 
  • 2.9 159.0

  • 142.0 176.3

   
  • 2.5 1.8

 
  • 2.2 193.7

386.6

   
  • 9.0 (48.2)

  • 480.2 130.1

   
  • 3.3 446.0

  • 464.0 421.8

 
  • 2.9 160.3

  • 143.1 177.5

   
  • 2.5 1.9

 
  • 2.2 194.6

396.9

   

10.0

(50.0)

  • 490.5 131.3

   
  • 3.4 457.2

  • 475.5 433.3

 
  • 3.0 161.7

  • 144.6 178.6

   
  • 2.6 1.9

 
  • 2.2 195.4

408.6

   
 
  • 5.0 (41.0)

  • 489.8 143.5

   
  • 3.1 451.5

  • 470.9 427.5

 
  • 2.7 176.3

  • 157.5 196.7

   
  • 2.3 1.7

 
  • 2.0 217.2

403.0

   
  • 6.0 (42.8)

  • 501.8 144.4

   
  • 3.1 463.5

  • 482.8 438.6

 
  • 2.8 177.4

  • 158.6 197.5

   
  • 2.4 1.7

 
  • 2.1 217.8

413.0

   
  • 7.0 (44.6)

  • 513.9 145.4

   
  • 3.2 476.1

  • 495.4 450.2

 
  • 2.8 178.6

  • 159.7 198.4

   
  • 2.4 1.8

 
  • 2.1 218.3

423.4

   

150C

  • 8.0 (46.4)

  • 526.3 146.3

   
  • 3.3 488.0

  • 508.1 461.4

 
  • 2.9 180.0

  • 160.8 199.7

   
  • 2.5 1.8

 
  • 2.2 219.4

433.9

   
  • 9.0 (48.2)

  • 538.5 147.4

   
  • 3.3 500.4

  • 520.4 473.2

 
  • 2.9 181.5

  • 162.1 200.9

   
  • 2.5 1.9

 
  • 2.2 220.3

445.0

   

10.0

(50.0)

  • 550.5 148.6

   
  • 3.4 513.0

  • 533.5 485.9

 
  • 3.0 183.1

  • 163.7 202.2

   
  • 2.6 1.9

 
  • 2.2 221.3

458.1

   
 
  • 5.0 (41.0)

  • 546.6 159.3

   
  • 3.1 503.7

  • 525.3 476.9

 
  • 2.7 195.6

  • 174.8 218.2

   
  • 2.4 1.7

 
  • 2.0 241.0

449.6

   
  • 6.0 (42.8)

  • 559.9 160.3

   
  • 3.1 517.2

  • 538.7 489.3

 
  • 2.8 196.9

  • 176.0 219.2

   
  • 2.4 1.7

 
  • 2.1 241.6

460.7

   
  • 7.0 (44.6)

  • 573.5 161.4

   
  • 3.2 531.3

  • 552.8 502.2

 
  • 2.8 198.3

  • 177.3 220.2

   
  • 2.4 1.8

 
  • 2.1 242.2

472.2

   

171C

  • 8.0 (46.4)

  • 587.3 162.4

   
  • 3.2 544.4

  • 566.8 514.7

 
  • 2.9 199.8

  • 178.4 221.6

   
  • 2.5 1.8

 
  • 2.2 243.5

484.1

   
  • 9.0 (48.2)

  • 601.0 163.6

   
  • 3.3 558.5

  • 580.7 528.2

 
  • 2.9 201.4

  • 179.9 222.9

   
  • 2.5 1.9

 
  • 2.2 244.5

496.8

   

10.0

(50.0)

  • 614.3 164.9

   
  • 3.4 572.6

  • 595.1 542.5

 
  • 3.0 203.2

  • 181.7 224.4

   
  • 2.6 1.9

 
  • 2.2 245.5

511.5

   
 
  • 5.0 (41.0)

  • 596.2 175.6

   
  • 3.1 549.5

  • 573.0 520.4

 
  • 2.7 215.6

  • 192.6 240.5

   
  • 2.3 1.7

 
  • 2.0 265.7

490.6

   
  • 6.0 (42.8)

  • 610.8 176.7

   
  • 3.1 564.2

  • 587.7 533.9

 
  • 2.8 217.0

  • 194.0 241.6

   
  • 2.4 1.7

 
  • 2.1 266.3

502.7

   
  • 7.0 (44.6)

  • 625.7 177.9

   
  • 3.2 579.5

  • 603.0 548.0

 
  • 2.8 218.5

  • 195.5 242.7

   
  • 2.4 1.8

 
  • 2.1 266.9

515.4

   

186C

  • 8.0 (46.4)

  • 640.8 179.0

   
  • 3.3 593.7

  • 618.3 561.5

 
  • 2.9 220.2

  • 196.7 244.3

   
  • 2.5 1.8

 
  • 2.2 268.4

528.3

   
  • 9.0 (48.2)

  • 655.7 180.3

   
  • 3.3 609.1

  • 633.5 576.2

 
  • 2.9 222.1

  • 198.2 245.8

   
  • 2.5 1.9

 
  • 2.2 269.5

542.2

   

10.0

(50.0)

  • 670.0 181.8

   
  • 3.4 624.5

  • 649.2 591.6

 
  • 3.0 223.9

  • 200.3 247.4

   
  • 2.6 1.9

 
  • 2.2 270.8

557.6

   
 
  • 5.0 (41.0)

  • 606.9 172.0

   
  • 3.1 559.3

  • 583.3 529.6

 
  • 2.8 211.2

  • 188.7 235.6

   
  • 2.4 1.7

 
  • 2.0 260.3

499.1

   
  • 6.0 (42.8)

  • 621.8 173.1

   
  • 3.2 574.2

  • 598.1 543.4

 
  • 2.8 212.6

  • 190.0 236.6

   
  • 2.4 1.7

 
  • 2.1 260.9

511.7

   
  • 7.0 (44.6)

  • 636.8 174.3

   
  • 3.3 589.7

  • 613.8 557.8

 
  • 2.9 214.1

  • 191.4 237.7

   
  • 2.5 1.8

 
  • 2.2 261.5

524.8

   

190C

  • 8.0 (46.4)

  • 652.2 175.3

   
  • 3.3 604.5

  • 629.4 571.6

 
  • 2.9 215.7

  • 192.7 239.2

   
  • 2.5 1.9

 
  • 2.2 262.8

537.7

   
  • 9.0 (48.2)

  • 667.5 176.5

   
  • 3.4 620.2

  • 644.9 586.4

 
  • 3.0 217.4

  • 194.1 240.7

   
  • 2.6 1.9

 
  • 2.2 263.9

551.6

   

10.0

(50.0)

  • 682.0 178.1

   
  • 3.4 635.6

  • 660.9 602.3

 
  • 3.0 219.3

  • 196.1 242.3

   
  • 2.6 2.0

 
  • 2.3 265.2

568.1

   
 
  • 5.0 (41.0)

  • 645.9 186.4

   
  • 3.1 595.4

  • 620.9 563.7

 
  • 2.7 228.9

  • 204.5 255.4

   
  • 2.4 1.7

 
  • 2.0 282.1

531.2

   
  • 6.0 (42.8)

  • 661.6 187.6

   
  • 3.2 611.3

  • 636.6 578.4

 
  • 2.8 230.4

  • 206.0 256.5

   
  • 2.4 1.8

 
  • 2.1 282.8

544.7

   
  • 7.0 (44.6)

  • 677.5 188.9

   
  • 3.2 627.8

  • 653.3 593.7

 
  • 2.8 232.1

  • 207.5 257.7

   
  • 2.5 1.8

 
  • 2.1 283.4

558.5

   

200C

  • 8.0 (46.4)

  • 693.9 190.0

   
  • 3.3 643.4

  • 669.9 608.3

 
  • 2.9 233.9

  • 208.9 259.3

   
  • 2.5 1.8

 
  • 2.2 284.9

572.2

   
  • 9.0 (48.2)

  • 710.2 191.4

   
  • 3.3 660.0

  • 686.3 624.1

 
  • 3.0 235.7

  • 210.5 260.9

   
  • 2.6 1.9

 
  • 2.2 286.1

586.9

   

10.0

(50.0)

  • 726.0 193.1

   
  • 3.4 676.7

  • 703.6 641.0

 
  • 3.0 237.8

  • 212.6 262.6

   
  • 2.6 1.9

 
  • 2.3 287.4

604.1

   
 
  • 5.0 (41.0)

  • 667.1 193.2

   
  • 3.1 615.1

  • 641.3 582.3

 
  • 2.7 237.3

  • 212.0 264.7

   
  • 2.4 1.7

 
  • 2.0 292.4

548.6

   
  • 6.0 (42.8)

  • 683.4 194.4

   
  • 3.2 631.4

  • 657.6 597.4

 
  • 2.8 238.8

  • 213.5 265.8

   
  • 2.4 1.8

 
  • 2.1 293.1

562.3

   
  • 7.0 (44.6)

  • 700.1 195.8

   
  • 3.2 648.4

  • 674.9 613.1

 
  • 2.8 240.5

  • 215.1 267.1

   
  • 2.5 1.8

 
  • 2.1 293.8

576.6

   

206C

  • 8.0 (46.4)

  • 717.0 197.0

   
  • 3.3 664.6

  • 692.1 628.3

 
  • 2.9 242.3

  • 216.5 268.8

   
  • 2.5 1.8

 
  • 2.2 295.3

590.9

   
  • 9.0 (48.2)

  • 733.6 198.4

   
  • 3.3 681.8

  • 709.1 644.7

 
  • 3.0 244.3

  • 218.2 270.5

   
  • 2.6 1.9

 
  • 2.2 296.7

606.3

   

10.0

(50.0)

  • 749.8 200.2

   
  • 3.4 698.9

  • 726.7 662.2

 
  • 3.0 246.5

  • 220.4 272.2

   
  • 2.6 1.9

 
  • 2.3 297.9

624.4

   
 
  • 5.0 (41.0)

  • 716.9 200.4

   
  • 3.1 660.8

  • 689.0 625.7

 
  • 2.8 246.1

  • 219.9 274.6

   
  • 2.4 1.7

 
  • 2.0 303.3

589.6

   
  • 6.0 (42.8)

  • 734.3 201.7

   
  • 3.2 678.5

  • 706.5 641.9

 
  • 2.8 247.7

  • 221.4 275.8

   
  • 2.4 1.7

 
  • 2.1 304.1

604.3

   
  • 7.0 (44.6)

  • 752.1 203.0

   
  • 3.3 696.8

  • 725.1 658.8

 
  • 2.9 249.5

  • 223.1 277.0

   
  • 2.5 1.8

 
  • 2.2 304.7

619.7

   

218C

  • 8.0 (46.4)

  • 770.2 204.3

   
  • 3.3 714.1

  • 743.6 675.1

 
  • 2.9 251.4

  • 224.6 278.8

   
  • 2.5 1.9

 
  • 2.2 306.3

634.9

   
  • 9.0 (48.2)

  • 788.3 205.8

   
  • 3.4 732.4

  • 761.9 692.8

 
  • 3.0 253.4

  • 226.3 280.5

   
  • 2.6 1.9

 
  • 2.2 307.6

651.8

   

10.0

(50.0)

  • 805.5 207.6