Question about Heating & Cooling
What your asking is impossible to answer. True the charge goes up with the btu size but there is no set amount. To figure this out you need a couple of things.
1. On the condensor (outside unit) has a lable that will tell you how much R-22 the condensor will hold.
2. On the evaporator (inside) should also be a tag that will tell you how much the evaporator will hold.
3.Then you have to know the line sizes and also length to tell you how much refrigerant the line set will hold.
You add all these up and you will have the correct amount.
Hope that this helps.
Posted on May 21, 2011
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