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A frame vs W frame Air cooled condenser

A frame vs W frame Air cooled condenser

A frame vs W frame Air cooled condenser

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I would like to know A frame vs W frame Air cooled condenser (ACC) brief comparison for selection purpose considering performance and cost effectiveness. Thanks in advance.

RE: A frame vs W frame Air cooled condenser

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RE: A frame vs W frame Air cooled condenser

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LittleInch

Thanks.
I have not sourced any information so far. I am looking for general information regarding which type (A frame vs W frame) better ? e.g. better performance, easy installation, etc.

RE: A frame vs W frame Air cooled condenser

Define "better" first.

Lower cost?
Performance per unit area?
Ease of installation?

Combination of all of these, but how much weight given to each one?

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