SK | SideKick | Dry Fluid Cooler
SK | SideKick

The GeoComfort SideKick Dry Fluid Cooler can be used with or without a ground loop. Designed for outdoor installation, the fluid cooler is ideal for closed ground loop systems in cooling-dominant climates and for stand-alone water-source heat pumps. When paired with a ground loop, the SideKick removes excess heat from the loop fluid to improve the efficiency of the system. It can be used for housing developments, office buildings, etc. 

FEATURES
  • Capacity: 3.5 - 5 tons
  • Voltages: 208-230/60/1
  • Coated Copper Tube/Aluminum Fin Air Coil
  • ECM blower motor
  • Heavy gauge steel
  • Internal pump optional
Model Specifications:
  • Capacity Heat Rejection Capacity1
    BTUH
    CAir Temp. into Fluid Cooler2(DB)
    F
    Air ΔT
    F
    Water Flow Rate
    GPM
    Water Temp. into Fluid Cooler
    F
    Water ΔT through fluid cooler
    F
    Approach Temperature3
    F
    3-ton 37,300 70° 13° 9 90° 11.7
    37,900 90° 13° 9 110° 11.6°
    38,300 105° 13° 9 125° 11.5°

    Notes:
    * Air flow is set at 2,650 SCFM for the 3-ton
    1. DSH is turned off, the heat rejection capacity is the capacity of the fluid cooler. The fluid cooler can mitigate a major proportion of heat load
    2. The fluid cooler can handle the heat load at very hot ambient temperature
    3. Approach temperature is defined as the temperature difference between leaving water temp and entering air temp of the fluid cooler.
    * This table shows a limited range of performance data. Consult technical documentation for the complete range of data.

  • Capacity Heat Rejection Capacity1
    BTUH
    Air Temp. into Fluid Cooler2(DB)
    F
    Air ΔT
    F
    Water Flow Rate
    GPM
    Water Temp. into Fluid Cooler
    F
    Water ΔT through fluid cooler
    F
    Approach Temperature3
    F
    5-ton 71,600 70° 19° 15 90° 10° 11.5°
    72,300 90° 19° 15 90° 10° 10.4°
    73,000 105° 19° 10 125° 10° 10.3°

    Notes:
    *Air flow is set at 3,500 SCFM for the 5-ton
    1. DSH is turned off, the heat rejection capacity is the capacity of the fluid cooler. The fluid cooler can mitigate a major proportion of heat load
    2. The fluid cooler can handle the heat load at very hot ambient temperature
    3. Approach temperature is defined as the temperature difference between leaving water temp and entering air temp of the fluid cooler.
    * This table shows a limited range of performance data. Consult technical documentation for the complete range of data.

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