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DX Evaporator Coils

Designed to be used in air-side applications for cooling, heating and dehumidifying with various circuiting options, as well as face split and intertwined designs.

Coil dx evaporator

Tubes

Materials

  • Copper
  • Stainless Steel
  • Cupro-Nickel

Sizes

  • 3/8"
  • 1/2"
  • 5/8"
  • 5/16"

Wall Thickness

  • 3/8" & 1/2"
  • • 0.016
  • • 0.020
  • 5/8"
  • • 0.020
  • • 0.025
  • • 0.035
  • • 0.049
  • 5/16"
  • • 0.016

Fins

Materials

  • Aluminum
  • Copper
  • Stainless Steel

Specifications

  • 3/8": 10-20 FPI
  • 1/2": 6-16 FPI
  • 5/8": 6-14 FPI

Fin Thickness

  • Aluminum
  • • 0.006
  • • 0.008
  • • 0.010
  • Copper
  • • 0.006

Headers

Materials

  • Copper
  • Cupro-Nickel
  • Stainless Steel

Casing

Materials

  • Galvanized Steel
  • Stainless Steel

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Nationwide Coils specializes in COMMERCIAL and industrial HVAC coils, and does not manufacture or distribute coils for residential applications.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does Nationwide Coils provide TXV valves with their DX coils?

We do not supply TXVs with our DX Coils. We have distributor model numbers that are utilized to purchase a TXV at your local supplier.

What is the difference between a circuit face split coil and a circuit intertwined split coil?

The difference between a face split coil and an intertwined coil is the ability to condition the entire air stream while utilizing the individual circuits. A face split circuit is a horizontal split across the fin length that can be designed for 50/50 capacity split or varying percentages. This means that if only one circuit is running you will have non conditioned air mixing with conditioned air. Intertwined circuits allow full conditioning of the air stream with independent circuits be utilized.

Do you need to know what refrigerant type is going to be used for the DX coil?

Yes, we need to know the refrigerant so that we can properly design the coil. If we are duplicating a DX coil, we need to know the refrigerant and specify the correct nozzle size for proper operation.