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How Thick is AHU Coil?
The thickness of an AHU (air handling unit) coil can vary depending on the specific design and application of the unit. However, most AHU coils are made of copper tubing that is typically between 9.52 mm and 15.88 mm in diameter, with a wall thickness of around 0.9-1.2 mm. The tubing is often bent into a series of coils or fins to increase the surface area and improve heat transfer efficiency.
The thickness of the coil tubing is an important factor in its performance and durability. Thicker tubing is generally more durable and less prone to damage or leaks, but it may also be more expensive and heavier, which can increase the overall weight and cost of the AHU. Thinner tubing, on the other hand, maybe more affordable and lighter, but it may be more prone to damage and wear over time.
The specific thickness of the AHU coil tubing will depend on the specific application and the requirements of the HVAC system it is serving. The coil thickness should be chosen to provide optimal performance and durability while also taking into account factors such as the size of the HVAC system, the desired indoor comfort levels, and the availability and cost of coil materials.
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