Water-source heat pump

The Envision 30-ton water-source heat pump complies to ASHRAE 90.1 standards and features a modular, take-apart design as well as variable frequency drive (VFD) with an LCD display and other features.

12/02/2015


The Envision 30-ton water-source heat pump complies to ASHRAE 90.1 standards and features a modular, take-apart design as well as variable frequency drive (VFD) with an LCD display and other features. Courtesy: WaterFurnaceWaterFurnace's Envision 30-ton water-source heat pump complies to ASHRAE 90.1 standards and features a modular, take-apart design, providing reduced weight and footprint as well as maneuverability. Its features include a variable frequency drive (VFD) with an LCD display, which allows for modifying blower speeds without manual pulley adjustments. Envision 30-ton also has coaxial heat exchangers, a blower motor, two sealed circuits for R-410A refrigerants, and dual aluminum air coils. Additional features include hot-gas reheat, internal two-way valves, and a waterside economizer that circulates water already in the system to provide heating and cooling for the building. The cabinet is constructed of heavy-gauge galvanized steel for corrosion resistance.

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