Light commercial rooftop units

RQ Series Rooftop Units by Aaon provide energy-efficient airflow.

07/25/2011


RQ Series Rooftop Units by AaonThe RQ series rooftop units by Aaon are engineered for performance, flexibility, and serviceability. Double-wall rigid polyurethane foam insulated cabinet construction and direct drive backward curved plenum fans allows the RQ series units to have quiet, energy efficient airflow with high static pressure capabilities. Standard RQ series features include stainless steel piano hinges, color-coded wiring diagrams, labeled components, and isolated controls and compressor compartments for ease of maintenance. RQ units are available as air- or water-cooled condenser packaged rooftop units, air-source, water-source, or geothermal heat pumps, 100% outside air units, and chilled water or non-compressorized air handlers. Heating is available in high-performance hot water, steam, electric, and gas heating configurations. Options include high-efficiency variable speed fans and variable capacity compressors, energy recovery wheels, and economizers with efficiencies up to 19 SEER.

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