HVAC Products

07/16/2007


Rooftop unit models include 2-ton and 2.5 ton units. These units are available in TG gas/electric, TC electric/electric and TH heat pump units. Electric heat is available in 7.5 kw and a new 10 kw version. The units include optional hinged access panels with quarter-turn latches that allow easy access to the economizer, filters, compressor, controls, heating and supply fan areas, and common-service components to reduce parts needs and help increase productivity. For more information about T-Class rooftop units and Lennox Industries Inc., click here.

Data center management software tools integrate data center design, operations and manager in one platform to optimize efficiency and effectiveness in the physical layer. The software aligns the capabilities of the physical infrastructure with the changing data center requirements in real time, tracking the optimal installation location for new and exiting equipment based on that equipment’s electrical load and thermal profile. Another aspect of the software enables rapid physical infrastructure changes including installing, moving and decommissioning of IT equipment without unexpected issues or surprises. For more information about Capacity Manager and Change Manager software and APC-MGE, click here.

Brochure features information on a direct-gas fired make-up air unit. The unit offers an integrated 100% efficient heating section and is designed to provide make-up air to commercial kitchen facilities with process exhaust. The model offers high-quality cast aluminum burners with stainless steel mixing plates and a 25:1 turndown ration. Airflow volumes range from 800 cfm to 4,500 cfm with heating capacities as high as 400,000 BTU/hr. For more information about Model D GK brochure and Greenheck, click here.





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