Commercial Air Handler
Powder coat painted exterior. Inherently protected motors that are mounted inside of insulated cabinet to reduce motor noise. A choice of motor horsepower’s and drive combinations are available to allow you to meet specified CFM at various static pressures up to 2″ [.498 kPa] external static pressure. This unit comes in a low profile which allows for horizontal or vertical installation and the movement of the unit through most standard doorways for addition or replacement work.
- Thermal Expansion Valves — Standard all models.
- Filters — One inch [25 mm] throwaway filters are standard, but filter racks are designed to accept either one inch [25 mm] or two inch [51 mm] filters.
- Evaporator Coil —Two circuit, interlaced row split coils are constructed with copper tubes and aluminum fins mechanically bonded to the tubes for maximum heat transfer capabilities. All coil assemblies are leak tested up to 450 PSIG [3100 kPa] internal pressure prior to installation into units.
- Refrigerant Connections — Field piping connections are made through a fixed post between two side access panels on either side of the unit. Allows flexibility to meet most field conditions as well as full accessibility after the installation is complete.
- Units may be used with two straight cool condensing units or single circuit manifolded in the field using the copper fittings shipped with each unit. The RHGL Air Handler has not been tested, rated or certified to operate with dual remote heat pumps.
- Drain Pan —The galvanized steel drain pan is designed to trap condensate in either vertical or horizontal installations. Condensate drain connections are located on both sides of the unit allowing complete flexibility to meet most field conditions.
- Service Access —Two removable panels on top and each side of the unit are easily removed for access to motors, blowers, sheaves, and filters.
- Horizontal or Vertical — All models are designed for either application and can be installed in either position as supplied from the factory.
- Testing — All units are run tested at the factory prior to shipment.
- Units are shipped with a holding charge of nitrogen.