Belt drive series

The Tranquility Compact Belt Drive Series by ClimateMaster comes in four sizes and it exceeds ASHRAE 90.1 efficiencies.


The Tranquility Compact Belt Drive Series by ClimateMaster comes in four sizes and it exceeds ASHRAE 90.1 efficiencies and uses zero ozone depletion refrigerant. Courtesy: ClimateMasterThe Tranquility Compact Belt Drive (TC) Series by ClimateMaster is available in size 160 (13.3 tons), 192 (16 tons), 240 (20 tons), and 300 (25 tons). These sizes are available in a vertical cabinet. The Tranquility Series exceeds ASHRAE 90.1 efficiencies and uses EarthPure HFC-410A zero ozone depletion refrigerant. The Tranquility Compact Series has an extended range refrigerant circuit, capable of ground loop applications, ground water applications, and water loop (boiler-tower) applications. Standard features are microprocessor controls, galvanized steel cabinet, epoxy powdercoat painted front access panels, galvanized steel with epoxy powdercoat painted drain pan, and TXV refrigerant metering devices. Vertical unit configurations can be ordered with front or back return air and top, front, or back supply air discharge. The air discharge is field convertible using all existing parts including panels and belts. The electrical box can also be field converted to either side of the unit.


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