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Old 07-07-2011, 09:20 AM   #1
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ICP Evap. Coil Model EPD24B15C2


Hi, I have an Acoil manufactured by International comfort Products model number EPD24B15C2 and has a 057 piston/restrictor in it now and its about 5-6 years old. I know others can be changed out to make it bigger or smaller capacity. I;m changing my system to a 2 1/2 ton and wanted to see if this acoil could be switched to a 2 1/2 ton coil? What number of piston would it have to be if so?

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ICP Evap. Coil Model EPD24B15C2


pistons are sized by the requirement of the outdoor unit and the coil can be replaced but may need to do duct work modification to make it work.

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Your coil can't be used for 2.5 ton
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the 24 in the model means 24,000 btu = 2 tons. coil can be used for 18,000 or 24,000 btus but not upsized.
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