Commercial-packaged rooftop systems

Daikin's Rebel commercial-packaged rooftop systems range from 3- to 28-ton sizes, enabling owners of large buildings to decrease the number of required units.

12/16/2015


Daikin's Rebel commercial-packaged rooftop systems range from 3- to 28-ton sizes, enabling owners of large buildings to decrease the number of required units. Courtesy: DaikinDaikin's Rebel commercial-packaged rooftop systems include 16- to 28-ton sizes, enabling owners of large buildings to decrease the number of required units. It meets ASHRAE 90.1 performance standards and is available in 3- to 28-ton size ranges. These rooftop systems are designed for low-rise commercial buildings such as schools, health care facilities, retail buildings, and offices, as well as dedicated outdoor air, VAV, single-zone VAV, or VRV systems. Optional features include a recovery wheel and a variable-speed heat pump with supplemental (gas, electric, hot water) heat options. Additional features include a variable-speed inverter scroll compressor for outstanding capacity control and efficient variable-speed ECM motors on all fans.

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