Asked by: Penney Manzanetasked in category: General Last Updated: 24th February, 2020
What size return do I need for a 4 ton AC unit?
Likewise, people ask, what size should my return air duct be?
Generally, if you are using a Duct Sizing Chart or calculator (such as the Trane Ductulator), size the re- turn ducts for 0.05 inches/100 ft (0.40 Pa/m) based on the expected airflow through that return air duct. The total sum of air from all the returns should be at least 250 CFM/nominal ton (33 l/s per-kW).
Likewise, should return duct be larger than supply? Return ducts are always larger than supply trunks. 3. Supply air and return air is always equal because its a closed loop system to the equipment.
Also know, how many CFM is a 4 ton unit?
1 ton of cooling is equal to 400 cubic feet of air per minute. 2 ton of cooling is 800 cfm and so on. So a 4 ton unit will have 1600 cubic feet of air passing through the system every minute.
Can you have too much return air?
While there is no such thing as too much return air for the equipment (actually, there is, and it causes fan cavitation, but very rare), this CAN be an issue for the house. It has the potential to throw off pressures in different areas of the house.