Variable air volume system

The VariCool EZ-Fit is a self-contained variable air volume (VAV) system that comes in a single-module system that provides up to 35 tons of cooling and a dual module system that provides up to 70 tons.

02/16/2015


The VariCool EZ-Fit is a self-contained variable air volume (VAV) system that comes in a single-module system that provides up to 35 tons of cooling and a dual module system that provides up to 70 tons. Courtesy: United CoolAirThe VariCool EZ-Fit from United CoolAir is a self-contained variable air volume (VAV) system. It comes in a single-module system that provides up to 35 tons of cooling and a dual module system that provides up to 70 tons. The modules can be ganged together or used separately. The resealable refrigerant fittings allow the unit to be shipped split without losing the refrigerant charge. They are designed to fit through standard doorways, in elevators, and down hallways, which make them useful for retrofit and renovation projects. Other features include a hot gas bypass, backward inclined blades, factory-mounted variable frequency drive (VFD) controllers, and interlaced evaporator coils.

United CoolAir

www.unitedcoolair.com 



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