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Old 09-29-18, 02:21 AM   #2
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All depends on details. If the time and attention to detail is invested in building the unit, it will operate the best that it can. If the unit is oversized, there will be less drag and better heat transfer than a smaller one and less friction at the same flow rates. Doing it right the first time is always a good objective, but you have to start somewhere. The first one is usually the worst one if you know what I mean.
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