Blower coil product line

Titus HVAC has upgraded its blower coil product line with compact air handlers that have capacity to service larger facilities.

10/06/2015


Titus HVAC has upgraded its blower coil product line with compact air handlers that have capacity to service larger facilities. Courtesy: TitusTitus HVAC has upgraded its blower coil product line with horizontal and vertical compact air handlers. Installed in ceilings, horizontal blower coils offer an application flexibility, while maintaining a simple, easy-to-install unit design. The vertical belt-driven units can be laid on top of each other and used in applications with a larger volume. Reduced footprint vertical models are used where floor space is at a premium and extreme space restrictions exist. The blower coils, which range from 800 to 10,000 cfm, have the capacity to service larger facilities while their belt-driven system offer flexibility in terms of fan speed and cost advantage. Blower coils satisfy the indoor air quality requirement of any commercial applications including schools, health care facilities, and retail and office buildings.

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