ClimateMaster OB Series Specifications

T R A N Q U I L I T Y V E R T I C A L S TA C K ( T R M ) S E R I E S
SIZE 09 - 36 (2.6kW - 10.6kW)
VERTICAL HI-RISE
R 4 1 0 A - 6 0 H z S TA N D A R D R A N G E
S E I R E S ) M R T ( K C AT S L A C I T R E V Y T I L I U Q N A R T
)Wk6.01 - Wk6.2( 63 - 90 EZIS
ESIR-IH LACITREV
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TRANQUILITY VERTICAL STACK (TRM) SERIES WITH
EARTHPURE® REFRIGERANT
The Tranquility Vertical Stack (TRM) series offers an
innovative, labor-saving solution for spaces where
individual, quiet control of the heating and cooling system
is important. TRM units’ pre-piped risers and pre-wired
cabinets are especially ideal for multi-story buildings.
Cabinets can operate as stand-alone “ductless” systems,
or can be ducted to an adjacent room, making them
convenient for low-rise buildings as well. The TRM series
exceeds ASHRAE 90.1 efficiencies, yet maintains small
cabinet dimensions. Using EarthPure refrigerant, the
Tranquility Modular not only protects the environment,
it does so while delivering unprecedented comfort,
efficiency, and reliability.
Available in sizes 3/4 ton (2.6 kW) through 3 tons (10.6 kW)
with numerous cabinet, water piping and control choices,
the TRM series offers a wide range of units for most any
installation. The TRM has an extended range refrigerant
circuit, capable of ground loop (geothermal) applications
as well as water loop (boiler-tower) applications. Standard
features are many. Microprocessor controls, TXV metering
device, galvanized steel cabinet, torsion-flex blower
motor mounting, and (optional) e-coated air coil are just
some of the features of the innovative TRM series.
UNIT FEATURES
• Sizes 09 (3/4 ton, 2.6 kW) through 36 (3 ton, 10.6 kW)
• Environmentally-friendly EarthPure® (HFC-410A) zero
ozone depletion refrigerant
• High efficiency rotary and scroll compressors
• Exceeds ASHRAE 90.1 efficiencies
• Removable chassis allows staged installation and ease
of maintenance
• Galvanized steel cabinet
• Unique double isolation compressor mounting for
quiet operation
• TXV metering device
• Unit or remote-mounted controls available
• Microprocessor controls standard (optional DXM and/or
DDC controls)
• LonWorks, BACnet, Modbus and Johnson N2
compatibility options for DDC controls
• Unit Performance Sentinel performance monitoring system
• Integrated drain pan with condensate overflow sensor
• Attractive return air panel with hinged access door
(“G” panel)
• Multiple supply air discharge options
• Stainless steel braided hose kits for connection from
piping risers to chassis
• Eight Safeties Standard
• Wide variety of options including disconnect switch and
internal pumps
ClimateMaster’s exclusive double isolation compressor
mounting system makes the TRM series the quietest
vertical stack units on the market. Compressors are
mounted on rubber grommets to a heavy gauge
mounting plate, which is then isolated from the cabinet
base with vibration isolation springs for maximized
vibration/sound attenuation. Options such as DDC
controls, internal pump and factory-installed water
solenoid valves allow customized design solutions.
The TRM Series vertical stack water-source heat pumps
are designed to meet the challenges of today’s HVAC
demands with a low cost/high value solution.
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Selection Procedure
Reference Calculations
Heating
HE
LWT = EWT GPM x 500
LAT = EAT +
HC
CFM x1.08
Cooling
HR
LWT = EWT +
GPM x 500
LAT (DB) = EAT (DB) -
LC = TC - SC
SC
CFM x1.08
S/T =
SC
TC
Legend and Glossary of Abbreviations
BTUH = BTU( British Thermal Unit) per hour
CFM = airflow, cubic feet/minute
COP = coefficient of performance = BTUH output/BTUH input
DB = dry bulb temperature (°F)
EAT = entering air temperature, Fahrenheit (dry bulb/wet bulb)
EER = energy efficiency ratio = BTUH output/Watt input
EPT = external pipe thread
ESP = external static pressure (inches w.g.)
EWT = entering water temperature
GPM = water flow in U.S. gallons/minute
HE = total heat of extraction, BTUH
HC = air heating capacity, BTUH
HR = total heat of rejection, BTUH
HWC
IPT
KW
LAT
LC
LWT
MBTUH
S/T
SC
TC
WB
WPD
= hot water generator (desuperheater) capacity, Mbtuh
= internal pipe thread
= total power unit input, kilowatts
= leaving air temperature, °F
= latent cooling capacity, BTUH
= leaving water temperature, °F
= 1000 BTU per hour
= sensible to total cooling ratio
= sensible cooling capacity, BTUH
= total cooling capacity, BTUH
= wet bulb temperature (°F)
= waterside pressure drop (psi & ft. of hd.)
Conversion Table - to convert inch-pound (English) to SI (Metric)
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Air Flow
Water Flow
Ext Static Pressure
Water Pressure Drop
Airflow (L/s) = CFM x 0.472
Water Flow (L/s) = gpm x 0.0631
ESP (Pa) = ESP (in of wg) x 249
PD (kPa) = PD (ft of hd) x 2.99
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Selection Procedure
Step 1 Determine the actual heating and cooling loads at the
desired dry bulb and wet bulb conditions.
Step 2 Obtain the following design parameters: Entering
water temperature, water flow rate in GPM, air flow
in CFM, water flow pressure drop and design wet
and dry bulb temperatures. Air flow CFM should
be between 300 and 450 CFM per ton. Unit water
pressure drop should be kept as close as possible to
each other to make water balancing easier. Go to the
appropriate tables and find the proper indicated water
flow and water temperature.
Step 3 Select a unit based on total and sensible cooling
conditions. Select a unit which is closest to, but no
larger than, the actual cooling load.
Step 4 Enter tables at the design water flow and water
temperature. Read the total and sensible cooling
capacities (Note: interpolation is permissible,
extrapolation is not).
Step 5 Read the heating capacity. If it exceeds the design
criteria it is acceptable. It is quite normal for WaterSource Heat Pumps to be selected on cooling capacity
only since the heating output is usually greater than the
cooling capacity.
Step 6 Determine the correction factors associated with the
variable factors of dry bulb and wet bulb (page 14).
Corrected Total Cooling = tabulated total cooling x wet
bulb correction.
Corrected Sensible Cooling = tabulated sensible
cooling x wet/dry bulb correction.
Step 7 Compare the corrected capacities to the load
requirements. Normally if the capacities are within 10%
of the loads, the equipment is acceptable. It is better
to undersize than oversize, as undersizing improves
humidity control, reduces sound levels and extends the
life of the equipment.
Example Equipment Selection For Cooling
Step 1 Load Determination:
Assume we have determined that the appropriate cooling load
at the desired dry bulb 80°F and wet bulb 65°F conditions is
as follows:
Total Cooling ...........................................15,100 BTUH
Sensible Cooling ......................................10,500 BTUH
Entering Air Temp ........ 80°F Dry Bulb / 65°F Wet Bulb
Step 2 Design Conditions:
Similarly, we have also obtained the following design parameters:
Entering Water Temp ............................................90°F
Water Flow (Based upon 10°F rise in temp.) 4.5 GPM
Air Flow .........................................................515 CFM
Step 3, 4 & 5 HP Selection:
After making our preliminary selection (TRM18), we enter the
tables at design water flow and water temperature and read Total
Cooling, Sens. Cooling and Heat of Rej. capacities:
Total Cooling ............................................16,800 BTUH
Sensible Cooling ......................................12,500 BTUH
Heat of Rejection .....................................21,300 BTUH
Step 6 & 7 Entering Air and Airflow Corrections:
Next, we determine our correction factors.
Table
Ent Air Air Flow
Corrected
Corrected Total Cooling =
16,800 x 0.957 x 0.934 =
Corrected Sens Cooling =
12,500 x 1.093 x 0.833 =
Corrected Heat of Reject = 21,300 x 0.970 x 0.952 =
15,016
11,381
19,669
Step 8 Water Temperature Rise Calculation & Assessment:
Actual Temperature Rise
8.9°F
When we compare the Corrected Total Cooling and Corrected
Sensible Cooling figures with our load requirements stated in Step
1, we discover that our selection is within +/- 10% of our sensible
load requirement. Furthermore, we see that our Corrected Total
Cooling figure is slightly undersized as recommended, when
compared to the actual indicated load.
Step 8 When completed, calculate water temperature rise
and assess the selection. If the units selected are not
within 10% of the load calculations, then review what
effect changing the GPM, water temperature and/or air
flow and air temperature would have on the corrected
capacities. If the desired capacity cannot be achieved,
select the next larger or smaller unit and repeat the
procedure. Remember, when in doubt, undersize
slightly for best performance.
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TRM Series Nomenclature
Cabinet
2
3
10
1
A
4
5
6
G O N
7
8
9 10
11
12
13
14
15
A
A
1A
O O
O
O
Q
Unit Size
Revision Level
816 R22 Units: 10, 15, 20, 28, 30, 36
TRM R410A Units: 09, 12, 15, 18, 24, 30, 36
Q = Current R22 Units
A = Current R410A Units
Standard
R410A
R22
Cabinet Style
A = Standard
C = Master
D = Slave
B = Standard
E = Master
F = Slave
.625 Flange
“H” PANEL
P = Standard
Q = Master
R = Slave
S = Standard
T = Master
U = Slave
.625 Flange
“H” PANEL
Right
O = Standard
Left
1.250 Flange
“G” PANEL
Front
Return & Supply Air
Cabinet Height
1.250 Flange
“G” PANEL
A = 88”
B = 80”
C = 88” w/8” Cabinet Stand
D = 80” w/8” Cabinet Stand
E = 88” w/ISO Pad
F = 80” w/ISO Pad
G = 88” w/8” Cabinet Stand & ISO Pad
H = 80” w/8” Cabinet Stand & ISO Pad
Voltage
G = 208-230/60/1
E = 265/60/1
V = 220-240/50/1
Options
O = No Options
A = S.S. Drain Pan
B = “H” & “M”
C = “H” & “A”
D = “A” & “M”
E = “A”, “H” & “M”
H = High Static Motor
M = Manual Air Vents
Power Termination
A = Disconnect (Switch Only)
C = Breaker
D = Disconnect w/NLLS
E = Breaker w/NLLS
F = No Disconnect w/NLLS
G = Disconnect w/2Spd Fan Switch
H = Breaker w/2Spd Fan Switch
J = No Disconnect w/2Spd Fan Switch
O = No Disconnect
Controls
C = CXM w/Remote Tstat & MPC
D = DXM w/Remote Tstat & MPC
E = DXM w/Remote Tstat, MPC & N.O. Water Valve
F = DXM w/Remote Tstat, LON & N.O. Water Valve
G = DXM w/Remote Tstat & N.O. Water Valve
H = DXM w/Surface Mounted Tstat & N.O. Water Valve
L = CXM w/Remote Tstat & LON
M = DXM w/Remote Tstat & LON
N = CXM w/Remote Tstat
R = DXM w/Remote Tstat
P = CXM w/Surface Mounted Tstat
S = DXM w/Surface Mounted Tstat
O = No Controls
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TRM Series Nomenclature
Chassis
1 2
3
4 5
TRM
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
09 G S S S C S A
Series
Revision Level
TRM = Tranquility High Rise Chassis
A = Current Revision Level
Unit Size
Standard
09, 12, 15, 18, 24, 30, 36
S = Standard
Voltage
Heat Exchanger Options
G = 208-230/60/1
Standard
Extended Range
Options
S = Standard for use with CXM or DXM
A = Standard w/Stainless Steel Drain Pan
B = Standard w/Return Air Sensor
C = Standard w/Return Air Sensor & Stainless Steel Drain Pan
Water Valve & Pump Option
Auto Flow Regulator
5/8 SWEAT
UNIT
12
S = No Water valve
M = Normally Closed Water Valve
N = Normally Open Water Valve
P = Secondary Circulating Pump
7/8 SWEAT
UNIT
30
C
D 2.0
2.0
2.5
2.5
E 2.5
3.0
3.0
F 3.0
3.5
3.5
G 3.5
4.0
4.0
4.0
H
J
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
K
7.0
L
7.0
7.0
M
8.0
8.0
9.0
9.0
N
10.0
P
S = STANDARD - NO FLOW REGULATOR
UNIT
09
1.5
Non Coated Air Coil
Coated Air Coil
Copper Cupro-Nickel Copper Cupro-Nickel
L
M
C
N
F
G
D
E
UNIT
15 & 18
UNIT
24
UNIT
36
6.0
7.0
8.0
9.0
10.0
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TRM Series Nomenclature
Hose Kit
1 2 3
4
5
6
7
8
AH H 0 5 0 2 B
Group
Revision Level
AHH = Accessory Hose Kit Hi-Rise
B = Current Revision
Hose Size
Length
050 = 1/2” Nominal
075 = 3/4” Nominal
100 = 1” Nominal
2 = Length in Feet
3 = Length in Feet
Rev.: 10/04/05D
Return Air Panel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
AVHSG 1 S F S L S
Accessory Return Air Panel
Standard
AVHSG = G-Panel
AVHSH = H-Panel
S = Standard
Revision Level
J = Current Revision (”H” Panel)
L = Current Revision (”G” Panel)
Unit Size
OPTION
816
TRM
1
2
3
10 & 15
20
28, 30 & 36
09 & 12
15 & 18
24, 30 & 36
Style
S = G & H Panel - Standard
G = G-Panel - Door W/Grille
K = G-Panel - Door w/Key Locks & Grille
L = G-Panel - Door w/Key Locks
M = H-Panel - w/Motorized Damper
Color
S = Standard (Polar Ice)
Insulation Type
F = Fiberglass
Rev.: 10/23/06D
Supply Air Grille
1
2
3
4
5
6
7 8
9 10 11 12 13
14
A816G A SS 1006 O A
Supply Air Grille
Revision Level
A = Current
Grille Deflection
A = Single Deflection
B = Double Deflection
C = Double Deflection w/Opposed Damper
Material & Color
SS = Brushed Aluminum
SP = Painted Aluminum, Polar Ice
Special Options
O = Standard
Always "O" Unless Special Option
Quoted From Factory
Dimensions
1006 = 10"W x 6"H
Available From 10"H x 6"W to 16"W x 14"H
Rev.: 10/04/05D
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Performance Data
ARI/ASHRAE/ISO 13256-1
ASHRAE/ARI/ISO 13256-1. English (IP) Units
Water Loop Heat Pump
Model
TRM09
Cooling 86°F
Ground Water Heat Pump
Heating 68°F
Cooling 59°F
Ground Loop Heat Pump
Heating 50°F
Cooling 77°F
Heating 32°F
Capacity
Btuh
EER
Btuh/W
Capacity
Btuh
COP
Capacity
Btuh
EER
Btuh/W
Capacity
Btuh
COP
Capacity
Btuh
EER
Btuh/W
Capacity
Btuh
COP
8,800
13.0
12,500
4.6
10,100
19.5
9,800
3.8
9,300
14.7
7,200
3.1
TRM12
11,600
13.0
15,800
4.5
13,700
20.0
12,700
3.8
12,200
15.0
9,500
3.1
TRM15
13,800
13.0
19,600
4.7
16,500
20.0
15,500
3.9
15,200
14.6
11,500
3.1
TRM18
16,700
13.0
22,600
4.7
19,600
19.5
18,200
3.8
17,600
14.6
14,000
3.1
TRM24
22,100
13.0
29,400
4.5
26,400
20.0
23,100
3.8
23,600
14.8
18,000
3.1
TRM30
27,100
13.0
33,100
4.6
30,600
18.6
27,700
4.0
29,200
16.0
20,600
3.1
TRM36
32,000
12.5
39,500
4.6
36,700
18.8
32,000
3.8
33,000
14.3
25,000
3.1
Cooling capacities based upon 80.6°F DB, 66.2°F WB entering air temperature
Heating capacities based upon 68°F DB, 59°F WB entering air temperature
All air flow is rated on high speed
All ratings based upon operation at lower voltage of dual voltage rated models
ASHRAE/ARI/ISO 13256-1. Metric (SI) Units
Water Loop Heat Pump
Model
Cooling 30°C
Ground Water Heat Pump
Heating 20°C
Cooling 15°C
Ground Loop Heat Pump
Heating 10°C
Cooling 25°C
Heating 0°C
Capacity
Watts
EER
W/W
Capacity
Watts
COP
Capacity
Watts
EER
W/W
Capacity
Watts
COP
Capacity
Watts
EER
W/W
Capacity
Watts
TRM09
2,579
3.8
3,664
4.6
2,930
5.7
2,872
3.8
2,726
4.3
2,110
3.1
TRM12
3,400
3.8
4,631
4.5
4,015
5.9
3,722
3.8
3,576
4.4
2,784
3.1
TRM15
4,045
3.8
5,744
4.7
4,836
5.9
4,543
3.9
4,455
4.3
3,370
3.1
TRM18
4,894
3.8
6,624
4.7
5,744
5.7
5,334
3.8
5,158
4.3
4,103
3.1
TRM24
6,477
3.8
8,617
4.5
7,737
5.9
6,770
3.8
6,917
4.3
5,276
3.1
TRM30
7,943
3.8
9,701
4.6
8,969
5.5
8,118
4.0
8,558
4.7
6,038
3.1
TRM36
9,379
3.7
11,577
4.6
10,756
5.5
9,379
3.8
9,672
4.2
7,327
3.1
COP
Cooling capacities based upon 27°C DB, 19°C WB entering air temperature
Heating capacities based upon 20°C DB, 15°C WB entering air temperature
All air flow is rated on high speed
All ratings based upon operation at lower voltage of dual voltage rated models
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Performance Data
Selection Notes
For operation in the shaded area when water is used
in lieu of an anti-freeze solution, the LWT (Leaving
Water Temperature) must be calculated. Flow must be
maintained to a level such that the LWT is maintained
above 42°F [5.6°C] when the JW3 jumper is not clipped
(see example below). This is due to the potential of the
refrigerant temperature being as low as 32°F [0°C] with
40°F [4.4°C] LWT, which may lead to a nuisance cutout
due to the activation of the Low Temperature Protection.
JW3 should never be clipped for standard range
equipment or systems without antifreeze.
7°F
HR
Heating - EAT 70°F
EER
ended
HC
kW
HE
LAT
COP
5.6
0.65
3.4
82.9
2.53
12.6
25.8
6.5
0.67
4.2
84.8
2.83
12.6
27.6
6.8
0.68
4.5
85.6
2.95
12.6
28.4
7.0
0.68
4.7
86.0
3.01
12.5
23.1
7.7
0.69
5.4
87.7
3.26
12.5
25.1
8.2
0.70
5.8
88.7
3.42
At 50°F EWT (Entering Water Temperature) and 1.5 gpm/
ton, a 3 ton unit has a HE of 22,500 Btuh. To calculate
LWT, rearrange the formula for HE as follows:
12.6
26.1
8.4
0.71
6.1
89.3
3.51
12.3
20.2
9.0
0.71
6.6
90.7
3.70
12.4
22.3
9.6
0.72
7.1
91.9
3.89
HE = TD x GPM x 500, where HE = Heat of Extraction
(Btuh); TD = temperature difference (EWT - LWT) and
GPM = U.S. Gallons per Minute.
12.5
23.3
9.9
0.73
7.4
92.7
3.99
12.1
17.4
10.3
0.73
7.9
93.6
4.13
12.3
19.4
11.0
0.74
8.5
95.2
4.35
Example:
TD = HE / (GPM x 500)
TD = 22,500 / (4.5 x 500)
TD = 10°F
LWT = EWT - TD
LWT = 50 - 10 = 40°F
In this example, a higher flow rate will be required for EWTs at or below 50°F without antifreeze. At 2 gpm/ton, the
calculation above results in a TD of 7.5. LWT = 50 - 7.5 = 42.5°F, which is above 42°F EWT, and is acceptable for
this application.
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Performance Data
TRM09
405 CFM Nominal (Rated) Airflow
*WPD Adder for
Motorized Valve,
TRM09
(Cv = 4.9,
MOPD = 125 psi)
EWT
°F
20
WPD Adder
GPM
PSI
FT
1.10
0.25
0.58
1.70
0.64
1.48
2.25
1.27
2.93
30
40
50
60
70
80
85
90
100
110
120
Performance capacities shown in thousands of Btuh
WPD*
Cooling - EAT 80/67°F
GPM
PSI
FT
TC
SC
Sens/Tot
Ratio
kW
HR
Heating - EAT 70°F
EER
HC
Operation Not Recommended
kW
HE
LAT
COP
2.25
3.5
8.2
5.6
0.65
3.4
82.9
2.53
1.10
0.6
1.3
11.1
7.2
0.65
0.43
12.6
25.8
6.5
0.67
4.2
84.8
2.83
1.70
1.7
4.0
11.2
7.3
0.65
0.41
12.6
27.6
6.8
0.68
4.5
85.6
2.95
2.25
3.3
7.6
11.3
7.3
0.64
0.40
12.6
28.4
7.0
0.68
4.7
86.0
3.01
1.10
0.5
1.2
10.9
7.2
0.66
0.47
12.5
23.1
7.7
0.69
5.4
87.7
3.26
1.70
1.6
3.7
11.1
7.2
0.65
0.44
12.5
25.1
8.2
0.70
5.8
88.7
3.42
2.25
3.1
7.2
11.1
7.2
0.65
0.43
12.6
26.1
8.4
0.71
6.1
89.3
3.51
1.10
0.5
1.2
10.6
7.1
0.67
0.52
12.3
20.2
9.0
0.71
6.6
90.7
3.70
1.70
1.5
3.5
10.8
7.2
0.66
0.49
12.4
22.3
9.6
0.72
7.1
91.9
3.89
2.25
2.9
6.8
10.9
7.2
0.66
0.47
12.5
23.3
9.9
0.73
7.4
92.7
3.99
1.10
0.5
1.1
10.1
7.0
0.69
0.58
12.1
17.4
10.3
0.73
7.9
93.6
4.13
1.70
1.4
3.3
10.5
7.1
0.68
0.54
12.3
19.4
11.0
0.74
8.5
95.2
4.35
2.25
2.8
6.4
10.6
7.1
0.67
0.52
12.3
20.4
11.4
0.75
8.8
96.0
4.47
1.10
0.5
1.1
9.6
6.9
0.71
0.65
11.8
14.8
11.6
0.75
9.1
96.6
4.55
1.70
1.4
3.2
10.0
7.0
0.70
0.60
12.0
16.6
12.4
0.76
9.8
98.3
4.78
2.25
2.7
6.1
10.2
7.0
0.69
0.58
12.1
17.6
12.8
0.76
10.2
99.2
4.91
1.10
0.5
1.0
9.0
6.6
0.74
0.72
11.4
12.4
12.9
0.76
10.3
99.4
4.94
1.70
1.3
3.1
9.4
6.8
0.72
0.67
11.7
14.0
13.7
0.77
11.0
101.2
5.18
2.25
2.6
5.9
9.6
6.9
0.71
0.65
11.8
14.9
14.1
0.78
11.4
102.2
5.30
1.10
0.5
1.0
8.6
6.5
0.75
0.76
11.2
11.4
13.5
0.77
10.9
100.8
5.12
1.70
1.3
3.1
9.1
6.7
0.74
0.71
11.5
12.9
14.3
0.78
11.6
102.6
5.35
2.25
2.6
5.9
9.3
6.8
0.73
0.69
11.6
13.7
14.7
0.79
12.0
103.5
5.46
1.10
0.4
1.0
8.2
6.3
0.76
0.80
10.9
10.3
14.0
0.78
11.4
102.1
5.29
1.70
1.3
3.0
8.7
6.5
0.75
0.75
11.3
11.7
14.8
0.79
12.1
103.9
5.51
2.25
2.5
5.8
9.0
6.6
0.74
0.72
11.4
12.4
15.2
0.79
12.5
104.8
5.62
1.10
0.4
1.0
7.3
5.8
0.79
0.88
10.3
8.3
1.70
1.3
2.9
7.9
6.1
0.78
0.83
10.7
9.5
2.25
2.5
5.7
8.2
6.3
0.77
0.80
10.9
10.2
1.10
0.4
0.9
6.3
5.2
0.83
0.96
9.6
6.6
1.70
1.3
2.9
6.9
5.6
0.81
0.91
10.0
7.6
2.25
2.4
5.6
7.2
5.8
0.80
0.89
10.3
8.2
1.10
0.4
0.9
5.2
4.5
0.86
1.04
8.8
5.0
1.70
1.3
2.9
5.8
4.9
0.84
1.00
9.2
5.9
2.25
2.4
5.6
6.2
5.1
0.83
0.97
9.5
6.3
Operation Not Recommended
Interpolation is permissible; extrapolation is not.
All entering air conditions are 80°F DB and 67°F WB in cooling, and 70°F DB in heating.
ARI/ISO certified conditions are 80.6°F DB and 66.2°F WB in cooling and 68°F DB in heating.
Table does not reflect fan or pump power corrections for ARI/ISO conditions.
All performance is based upon the lower voltage of dual voltage rated units.
Performance stated is at the rated power supply; performance may vary as the power supply varies from the rated.
Operation below 60°F EWT requires optional insulated water/refrigerant circuit.
See performance correction tables for operating conditions other than those listed above.
See Performance Data Selection Notes for operation in the shaded area.
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TRM
11
C L I M AT E M A S T E R W AT E R - S O U R C E H E AT P U M P S
Tr a n q u i l i t y Ve r t i c a l S t a c k ( T R M ) S e r i e s
R e v. : 0 5 / 2 3 / 0 7 D
Performance Data
TRM12
445 CFM Nominal (Rated) Airflow
*WPD Adder for
Motorized Valve,
TRM12
(Cv = 4.9,
MOPD = 125 psi)
GPM
20
GPM
PSI
FT
1.5
0.46
1.06
2.3
1.17
2.70
3.0
2.16
4.99
WPD*
EWT
°F
WPD Adder
30
40
50
60
70
80
85
90
100
110
120
Performance capacities shown in thousands of Btuh
Cooling - EAT 80/67°F
Sens/Tot
Ratio
HC
kW
HE
LAT
COP
7.7
0.83
4.9
85.9
2.70
28.5
8.6
0.86
5.8
88.0
2.96
31.0
9.1
0.87
6.1
88.8
3.07
16.8
32.2
9.3
0.87
6.4
89.3
3.13
0.59
16.7
24.8
10.2
0.89
7.2
91.2
3.35
0.62
0.55
16.8
27.5
10.7
0.90
7.7
92.3
3.49
9.4
0.62
0.52
16.8
28.8
11.0
0.91
8.0
93.0
3.56
9.0
0.64
0.66
16.4
21.3
11.8
0.92
8.7
94.5
3.74
14.6
9.2
0.63
0.61
16.6
23.8
12.4
0.94
9.3
95.9
3.90
11.8
14.8
9.3
0.63
0.59
16.7
25.2
12.8
0.94
9.6
96.7
3.98
1.1
2.6
13.4
8.7
0.65
0.74
15.9
18.1
13.4
0.95
10.1
97.8
4.11
2.3
2.6
6.1
13.9
8.9
0.64
0.69
16.2
20.3
14.2
0.97
10.9
99.5
4.29
3.0
4.8
11.2
14.2
9.0
0.64
0.66
16.4
21.6
14.6
0.98
11.3
100.4
4.38
1.5
1.1
2.4
12.6
8.3
0.66
0.83
15.4
15.2
15.0
0.98
11.6
101.1
4.46
2.3
2.5
5.7
13.2
8.6
0.65
0.77
15.8
17.1
15.8
1.00
12.4
102.9
4.64
3.0
4.6
10.7
13.4
8.7
0.65
0.74
15.9
18.2
16.3
1.01
12.9
103.9
4.74
1.5
1.0
2.3
11.6
7.9
0.68
0.91
14.7
12.7
16.5
1.01
13.1
104.3
4.78
2.3
2.3
5.4
12.3
8.2
0.67
0.85
15.2
14.3
17.4
1.03
13.9
106.2
4.96
3.0
4.4
10.1
12.6
8.3
0.66
0.82
15.4
15.2
17.9
1.04
14.3
107.2
5.06
1.5
1.0
2.2
11.1
7.7
0.69
0.96
14.4
11.6
17.2
1.02
13.7
105.8
4.92
2.3
2.3
5.3
11.8
8.0
0.68
0.90
14.8
13.1
18.1
1.04
14.6
107.7
5.10
3.0
4.3
9.9
12.1
8.1
0.67
0.87
15.0
13.9
18.6
1.05
15.0
108.6
5.19
1.5
0.9
2.1
10.6
7.5
0.71
1.01
14.0
10.6
17.9
1.04
14.4
107.3
5.06
2.3
2.2
5.2
11.3
7.8
0.69
0.95
14.5
11.9
18.8
1.05
15.2
109.1
5.23
3.0
4.2
9.7
11.6
7.9
0.68
0.92
14.7
12.6
19.2
1.06
15.6
110.1
5.32
1.5
0.9
2.1
9.6
7.1
0.74
1.10
13.3
8.7
2.3
2.2
5.1
10.2
7.3
0.72
1.04
13.8
9.8
3.0
4.2
9.6
10.5
7.5
0.71
1.01
14.0
10.4
1.5
0.9
2.0
8.5
6.6
0.77
1.20
12.6
7.1
2.3
2.1
4.9
9.1
6.9
0.75
1.14
13.0
8.0
3.0
4.0
9.3
9.4
7.0
0.74
1.11
13.2
8.5
1.5
0.9
2.0
7.4
6.1
0.82
1.30
11.9
5.7
2.3
2.1
4.8
8.0
6.4
0.79
1.24
12.3
6.4
3.0
4.0
9.2
8.3
6.5
0.78
1.22
12.5
6.8
TC
SC
kW
HR
Heating - EAT 70°F
PSI
FT
3.0
6.2
14.3
1.5
1.4
3.2
15.1
9.4
0.62
0.53
16.8
2.3
3.2
7.3
15.2
9.4
0.62
0.49
16.8
3.0
5.8
13.4
15.2
9.4
0.62
0.47
1.5
1.2
2.8
14.7
9.2
0.63
2.3
2.9
6.6
15.0
9.4
3.0
5.3
12.1
15.1
1.5
1.2
2.7
14.1
2.3
2.8
6.4
3.0
5.1
1.5
EER
Operation Not Recommended
Operation Not Recommended
Interpolation is permissible; extrapolation is not.
All entering air conditions are 80°F DB and 67°F WB in cooling, and 70°F DB in heating.
ARI/ISO certified conditions are 80.6°F DB and 66.2°F WB in cooling and 68°F DB in heating.
Table does not reflect fan or pump power corrections for ARI/ISO conditions.
All performance is based upon the lower voltage of dual voltage rated units.
Performance stated is at the rated power supply; performance may vary as the power supply varies from the rated.
Operation below 60°F EWT requires optional insulated water/refrigerant circuit.
See performance correction tables for operating conditions other than those listed above.
See Performance Data Selection Notes for operation in the shaded area.
TRM
12
C l i m a t e M a s t e r W a t e r- S o u r c e H e a t i n g a n d C o o l i n g S y s t e m s
THE SMART SOLUTION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Tr a n q u i l i t y Ve r t i c a l S t a c k ( T R M ) S e r i e s
R e v. : 0 5 / 2 3 / 0 7 D
Performance Data
TRM15
595 CFM Nominal (Rated) Airflow
*WPD Adder for
Motorized Valve,
TRM15
(Cv = 4.9,
MOPD = 125 psi)
GPM
20
GPM
PSI
FT
1.9
0.74
1.71
2.8
1.74
4.02
3.8
2.16
4.99
WPD*
EWT
°F
WPD Adder
30
40
50
60
70
80
85
90
100
110
120
Performance capacities shown in thousands of Btuh
Cooling - EAT 80/67°F
Sens/Tot
Ratio
EER
HC
9.3
0.99
5.9
84.4
2.8
21.2
29.5
10.4
1.01
7.0
86.3
3.0
0.60
21.5
32.5
10.9
1.02
7.5
87.0
3.1
0.61
0.58
21.6
34.0
11.2
1.03
7.7
87.4
3.2
11.9
0.65
0.72
20.6
25.5
12.3
1.05
8.7
89.1
3.4
18.8
12.1
0.64
0.66
21.0
28.4
12.9
1.06
9.3
90.1
3.6
19.1
12.1
0.63
0.64
21.2
30.0
13.3
1.06
9.7
90.6
3.7
0.6
17.3
11.5
0.67
0.80
20.0
21.6
14.2
1.08
10.5
92.1
3.9
0.5
1.2
18.0
11.8
0.66
0.74
20.4
24.3
15.0
1.09
11.3
93.3
4.0
3.8
1.5
3.5
18.3
11.9
0.65
0.71
20.7
25.8
15.4
1.10
11.7
94.0
4.1
1.9
0.3
0.6
16.2
11.1
0.68
0.89
19.2
18.2
16.1
1.11
12.4
95.1
4.3
2.8
0.5
1.1
17.0
11.4
0.67
0.83
19.8
20.5
17.1
1.13
13.2
96.5
4.4
3.8
1.4
3.3
17.4
11.6
0.67
0.79
20.0
21.8
17.6
1.13
13.7
97.4
4.6
1.9
0.2
0.5
15.1
10.5
0.70
0.99
18.4
15.2
18.1
1.14
14.2
98.1
4.7
2.8
0.4
1.0
15.9
10.9
0.69
0.93
19.0
17.1
19.2
1.16
15.2
99.8
4.9
3.8
1.3
3.0
16.2
11.1
0.68
0.89
19.2
18.2
19.8
1.17
15.8
100.7
5.0
1.9
0.2
0.5
13.8
10.0
0.72
1.10
17.6
12.6
20.0
1.17
16.1
101.2
5.0
2.8
0.4
1.0
14.6
10.3
0.71
1.03
18.1
14.2
21.2
1.19
17.2
103.1
5.2
3.8
1.3
2.9
15.0
10.5
0.70
1.00
18.4
15.1
21.9
1.20
17.8
104.1
5.3
1.9
0.2
0.5
13.2
9.7
0.73
1.16
17.1
11.5
21.0
1.19
17.0
102.7
5.2
2.8
0.4
1.0
14.0
10.0
0.72
1.09
17.7
12.9
22.3
1.21
18.1
104.6
5.4
3.8
1.2
2.8
14.4
10.2
0.71
1.05
18.0
13.7
22.9
1.22
18.8
105.7
5.5
1.9
0.2
0.5
12.6
9.4
0.75
1.22
16.7
10.3
22.0
1.20
17.9
104.2
5.4
2.8
0.4
0.9
13.3
9.7
0.73
1.15
17.2
11.6
23.3
1.23
19.1
106.2
5.6
3.8
1.2
2.8
13.7
9.9
0.72
1.11
17.5
12.4
24.0
1.24
19.7
107.3
5.7
1.9
0.2
0.5
11.3
8.9
0.79
1.33
15.8
8.5
2.8
0.4
0.9
12.0
9.2
0.76
1.27
16.3
9.5
3.8
1.2
2.7
12.4
9.3
0.75
1.23
16.6
10.1
1.9
0.2
0.5
10.0
8.4
0.84
1.46
15.0
6.9
2.8
0.4
0.8
10.7
8.6
0.81
1.39
15.4
7.7
3.8
1.1
2.5
11.0
8.8
0.80
1.35
15.7
8.2
1.9
0.2
0.4
8.7
7.9
0.91
1.58
14.1
5.5
2.8
0.4
0.8
9.4
8.1
0.87
1.52
14.5
6.2
3.8
1.1
2.4
9.7
8.3
0.85
1.48
14.8
6.5
TC
SC
kW
PSI
FT
3.8
2.1
4.8
1.9
0.3
0.8
19.0
12.1
0.64
0.64
2.8
0.6
1.4
19.5
12.1
0.62
3.8
1.8
4.2
19.7
12.0
1.9
0.3
0.7
18.2
2.8
0.5
1.2
3.8
1.6
3.8
1.9
0.3
2.8
HR
Heating - EAT 70°F
Operation Not Recommended
kW
HE
LAT
COP
Operation Not Recommended
Interpolation is permissible; extrapolation is not.
All entering air conditions are 80°F DB and 67°F WB in cooling, and 70°F DB in heating.
ARI/ISO certified conditions are 80.6°F DB and 66.2°F WB in cooling and 68°F DB in heating.
Table does not reflect fan or pump power corrections for ARI/ISO conditions.
All performance is based upon the lower voltage of dual voltage rated units.
Performance stated is at the rated power supply; performance may vary as the power supply varies from the rated.
Operation below 60°F EWT requires optional insulated water/refrigerant circuit.
See performance correction tables for operating conditions other than those listed above.
See Performance Data Selection Notes for operation in the shaded area.
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TRM
13
C L I M AT E M A S T E R W AT E R - S O U R C E H E AT P U M P S
Tr a n q u i l i t y Ve r t i c a l S t a c k ( T R M ) S e r i e s
R e v. : 0 5 / 2 3 / 0 7 D
Performance Data
TRM18
685 CFM Nominal (Rated) Airflow
*WPD Adder for
Motorized Valve,
TRM18
(Cv = 10.3,
MOPD = 125 psi)
GPM
20
GPM
PSI
FT
2.3
0.24
0.55
3.4
0.58
1.34
4.5
1.10
2.54
WPD*
EWT
°F
WPD Adder
30
40
50
60
70
80
85
90
100
110
120
Performance capacities shown in thousands of Btuh
Cooling - EAT 80/67°F
Sens/Tot
Ratio
HC
kW
HE
LAT
COP
11.6
1.19
7.6
85.7
2.82
28.3
12.7
1.21
8.6
87.2
3.05
30.6
13.2
1.21
9.1
87.9
3.15
24.6
31.5
13.5
1.22
9.4
88.3
3.20
0.86
24.1
24.9
14.7
1.23
10.4
89.8
3.43
0.68
0.79
24.4
27.4
15.3
1.24
11.1
90.7
3.56
14.8
0.67
0.77
24.5
28.6
15.7
1.24
11.5
91.3
3.64
14.2
0.70
0.96
23.6
21.3
16.8
1.26
12.5
92.7
3.84
21.0
14.5
0.69
0.88
24.0
23.8
17.6
1.27
13.3
93.8
4.01
6.8
21.3
14.6
0.68
0.85
24.1
25.1
18.1
1.27
13.7
94.5
4.10
0.5
1.1
19.3
13.7
0.71
1.07
22.9
18.1
19.0
1.28
14.6
95.6
4.25
3.4
1.4
3.3
20.1
14.0
0.70
0.99
23.4
20.3
20.0
1.30
15.6
97.1
4.45
4.5
2.7
6.3
20.4
14.2
0.69
0.95
23.6
21.5
20.6
1.30
16.1
97.8
4.55
2.3
0.5
1.1
18.2
13.1
0.72
1.20
22.2
15.2
21.2
1.31
16.7
98.7
4.66
3.4
1.3
3.0
19.0
13.5
0.71
1.11
22.7
17.0
22.4
1.32
17.8
100.3
4.87
4.5
2.5
5.8
19.4
13.7
0.71
1.07
22.9
18.1
23.0
1.33
18.4
101.1
4.98
2.3
0.5
1.1
16.9
12.5
0.74
1.34
21.4
12.6
23.4
1.34
18.8
101.6
5.05
3.4
1.3
3.0
17.7
12.9
0.73
1.25
21.9
14.2
24.6
1.35
20.0
103.3
5.27
4.5
2.4
5.5
18.1
13.1
0.72
1.20
22.2
15.1
25.3
1.35
20.6
104.2
5.38
2.3
0.4
1.0
16.2
12.2
0.75
1.41
21.0
11.5
24.4
1.35
19.8
103.0
5.23
3.4
1.2
2.7
17.0
12.6
0.74
1.32
21.5
13.0
25.6
1.36
21.0
104.7
5.44
4.5
2.3
5.3
17.4
12.8
0.73
1.27
21.7
13.8
26.3
1.36
21.6
105.5
5.56
2.3
0.4
0.9
15.5
11.9
0.77
1.48
20.5
10.5
25.4
1.36
20.8
104.4
5.41
3.4
1.2
2.7
16.3
12.3
0.75
1.39
21.1
11.8
26.7
1.37
21.9
106.0
5.62
4.5
2.3
5.2
16.8
12.5
0.74
1.34
21.3
12.5
27.3
1.37
22.5
106.9
5.73
2.3
0.4
0.9
14.1
11.2
0.80
1.63
19.7
8.6
3.4
1.2
2.7
14.9
11.6
0.78
1.54
20.2
9.7
4.5
2.2
5.0
15.4
11.8
0.77
1.50
20.4
10.3
2.3
0.4
0.9
12.7
10.6
0.83
1.79
18.8
7.1
3.4
1.1
2.6
13.5
11.0
0.81
1.70
19.3
8.0
4.5
2.1
4.9
13.9
11.2
0.80
1.65
19.6
8.4
2.3
0.4
0.9
11.4
10.1
0.88
1.95
18.1
5.9
3.4
1.1
2.6
12.1
10.4
0.86
1.86
18.5
6.5
4.5
2.1
4.9
12.5
10.5
0.84
1.82
18.7
6.9
TC
SC
kW
HR
Heating - EAT 70°F
PSI
FT
4.5
3.8
8.8
2.3
0.7
1.5
21.9
14.8
0.67
0.77
24.5
3.4
1.8
4.3
22.2
14.8
0.67
0.73
24.6
4.5
3.5
8.0
22.3
14.8
0.66
0.71
2.3
0.6
1.3
21.3
14.6
0.68
3.4
1.7
3.9
21.8
14.7
4.5
3.2
7.3
22.0
2.3
0.6
1.3
20.4
3.4
1.6
3.6
4.5
2.9
2.3
EER
Operation Not Recommended
Operation Not Recommended
Interpolation is permissible; extrapolation is not.
All entering air conditions are 80°F DB and 67°F WB in cooling, and 70°F DB in heating.
ARI/ISO certified conditions are 80.6°F DB and 66.2°F WB in cooling and 68°F DB in heating.
Table does not reflect fan or pump power corrections for ARI/ISO conditions.
All performance is based upon the lower voltage of dual voltage rated units.
Performance stated is at the rated power supply; performance may vary as the power supply varies from the rated.
Operation below 60°F EWT requires optional insulated water/refrigerant circuit.
See performance correction tables for operating conditions other than those listed above.
See Performance Data Selection Notes for operation in the shaded area.
TRM
14
C l i m a t e M a s t e r W a t e r- S o u r c e H e a t i n g a n d C o o l i n g S y s t e m s
THE SMART SOLUTION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Tr a n q u i l i t y Ve r t i c a l S t a c k ( T R M ) S e r i e s
R e v. : 0 5 / 2 3 / 0 7 D
Performance Data
TRM24
850 CFM Nominal (Rated) Airflow
*WPD Adder for
Motorized Valve,
TRM24
(Cv = 10.3,
MOPD = 125 psi)
GPM
20
GPM
PSI
FT
3.0
0.42
0.97
4.5
1.02
2.36
6.0
1.96
4.53
WPD*
EWT
°F
WPD Adder
30
40
50
60
70
80
85
90
100
110
120
Performance capacities shown in thousands of Btuh
Cooling - EAT 80/67°F
TC
SC
Sens/Tot
Ratio
PSI
FT
6.0
5.7
13.2
3.0
1.3
3.1
28.4
19.6
0.69
1.06
31.9
4.5
2.4
5.4
27.9
18.8
0.67
1.00
31.1
6.0
4.6
10.5
27.4
18.2
0.67
0.97
3.0
1.2
2.8
28.4
20.0
0.71
4.5
2.2
5.1
28.5
19.8
6.0
4.3
9.8
28.4
3.0
1.2
2.7
27.6
4.5
2.1
4.6
6.0
4.1
3.0
kW
HR
Heating - EAT 70°F
EER
HC
kW
HE
LAT
COP
14.1
1.58
8.8
85.3
2.61
26.7
15.9
1.59
10.6
87.3
2.93
28.0
16.6
1.60
11.2
88.1
3.04
30.6
28.4
17.0
1.60
11.6
88.5
3.11
1.17
32.2
24.3
18.7
1.62
13.3
90.4
3.38
0.69
1.09
32.1
26.0
19.7
1.64
14.1
91.4
3.52
19.5
0.69
1.06
31.9
26.8
20.2
1.65
14.6
92.0
3.59
19.8
0.72
1.29
31.9
21.4
21.7
1.67
16.1
93.6
3.80
28.2
20.0
0.71
1.20
32.2
23.4
22.9
1.69
17.2
94.9
3.96
9.4
28.4
20.0
0.70
1.16
32.2
24.4
23.6
1.71
17.8
95.7
4.04
1.1
2.5
26.3
19.2
0.73
1.43
31.1
18.5
24.8
1.73
19.0
97.0
4.19
4.5
1.9
4.3
27.2
19.7
0.72
1.33
31.7
20.5
26.3
1.77
20.3
98.6
4.36
6.0
3.7
8.5
27.6
19.8
0.72
1.28
31.9
21.6
27.1
1.78
21.0
99.5
4.45
3.0
1.1
2.4
24.7
18.4
0.75
1.58
30.0
15.6
28.0
1.81
21.9
100.5
4.54
4.5
1.8
4.2
25.8
19.0
0.74
1.48
30.8
17.5
29.7
1.85
23.4
102.3
4.71
6.0
3.6
8.3
26.4
19.2
0.73
1.42
31.1
18.5
30.6
1.87
24.3
103.4
4.80
3.0
1.0
2.3
22.8
17.5
0.77
1.77
28.8
12.9
31.2
1.88
24.8
104.0
4.85
4.5
1.7
3.9
24.1
18.1
0.75
1.65
29.6
14.6
33.1
1.93
26.5
106.0
5.01
6.0
3.3
7.7
24.7
18.4
0.75
1.59
30.0
15.5
34.1
1.96
27.5
107.2
5.10
3.0
1.0
2.2
21.8
17.0
0.78
1.88
28.2
11.7
32.8
1.93
26.2
105.7
4.98
4.5
1.6
3.8
23.1
17.6
0.76
1.75
29.0
13.3
34.7
1.98
28.0
107.8
5.14
6.0
3.3
7.6
23.7
17.9
0.76
1.68
29.4
14.2
35.8
2.01
29.0
109.0
5.22
3.0
1.0
2.2
20.8
16.5
0.79
1.99
27.6
10.5
34.3
1.97
27.7
107.4
5.11
4.5
1.6
3.7
22.1
17.1
0.77
1.85
28.3
12.0
36.4
2.03
29.5
109.7
5.27
6.0
3.3
7.5
22.7
17.4
0.77
1.78
28.7
12.8
37.5
2.06
30.5
110.9
5.35
3.0
0.9
2.1
18.8
15.6
0.83
2.24
26.4
8.4
4.5
1.6
3.6
20.0
16.2
0.81
2.08
27.1
9.6
6.0
3.0
6.9
20.6
16.4
0.80
2.01
27.5
10.3
3.0
0.9
2.0
16.9
14.9
0.88
2.53
25.6
6.7
4.5
1.5
3.5
18.0
15.3
0.85
2.36
26.0
7.6
6.0
3.0
6.9
18.6
15.5
0.84
2.27
26.3
8.2
3.0
0.9
2.0
15.2
14.4
0.95
2.88
25.1
5.3
4.5
1.5
3.5
16.1
14.6
0.91
2.68
25.3
6.0
6.0
3.0
6.8
16.6
14.8
0.89
2.59
25.4
6.4
Operation Not Recommended
Operation Not Recommended
Interpolation is permissible; extrapolation is not.
All entering air conditions are 80°F DB and 67°F WB in cooling, and 70°F DB in heating.
ARI/ISO certified conditions are 80.6°F DB and 66.2°F WB in cooling and 68°F DB in heating.
Table does not reflect fan or pump power corrections for ARI/ISO conditions.
All performance is based upon the lower voltage of dual voltage rated units.
Performance stated is at the rated power supply; performance may vary as the power supply varies from the rated.
Operation below 60°F EWT requires optional insulated water/refrigerant circuit.
See performance correction tables for operating conditions other than those listed above.
See Performance Data Selection Notes for operation in the shaded area.
w w w. c l i m a t e m a s t e r. c o m
TRM
15
C L I M AT E M A S T E R W AT E R - S O U R C E H E AT P U M P S
Tr a n q u i l i t y Ve r t i c a l S t a c k ( T R M ) S e r i e s
R e v. : 0 5 / 2 3 / 0 7 D
Performance Data
TRM30
1140 CFM Nominal (Rated) Airflow
*WPD Adder for
Motorized Valve,
TRM30
(Cv = 10.3,
MOPD = 125 psi)
GPM
20
GPM
PSI
FT
3.8
0.67
1.55
5.6
1.58
3.65
7.5
3.06
7.07
WPD*
EWT
°F
WPD Adder
30
40
50
60
70
80
85
90
100
110
120
Performance capacities shown in thousands of Btuh
Cooling - EAT 80/67°F
TC
SC
Sens/Tot
Ratio
Heating - EAT 70°F
PSI
FT
7.5
5.6
13.0
3.8
1.0
2.2
32.8
20.8
0.63
1.34
35.5
5.6
2.9
6.8
32.1
20.6
0.64
1.28
34.6
7.5
5.5
12.7
31.7
20.5
0.65
1.24
3.8
0.9
2.1
33.3
20.9
0.63
5.6
2.9
6.6
33.0
20.8
7.5
5.4
12.5
32.8
3.8
0.9
2.1
33.1
5.6
2.8
6.5
7.5
5.3
3.8
0.8
5.6
2.4
5.6
32.9
21.1
0.64
1.63
36.6
19.1
30.2
1.99
23.5
94.6
4.46
7.5
4.5
10.5
33.1
21.1
0.64
1.59
36.6
19.8
30.9
1.99
24.2
95.1
4.54
3.8
0.8
1.8
31.3
20.8
0.67
1.89
35.9
15.7
31.8
2.01
25.0
95.9
4.65
5.6
2.4
5.4
32.1
21.0
0.65
1.78
36.3
17.0
33.0
2.02
26.2
96.8
4.78
7.5
4.4
10.2
32.4
21.0
0.65
1.73
36.5
17.7
33.6
2.03
26.7
97.3
4.85
3.8
0.7
1.5
29.6
20.3
0.69
2.08
35.1
13.4
34.2
2.04
27.3
97.8
4.91
5.6
2.0
4.7
30.7
20.7
0.67
1.96
35.7
14.8
35.1
2.05
28.1
98.5
5.01
7.5
3.8
8.9
31.2
20.8
0.67
1.90
35.9
15.5
35.4
2.06
28.5
98.8
5.04
3.8
0.6
1.4
28.6
19.9
0.70
2.20
34.5
12.4
34.9
2.05
28.0
98.4
4.99
5.6
2.0
4.6
29.8
20.3
0.68
2.06
35.2
13.7
35.6
2.06
28.6
98.9
5.05
7.5
3.7
8.6
30.3
20.5
0.68
2.00
35.4
14.4
35.8
2.07
28.8
99.1
5.07
3.8
0.6
1.4
27.6
19.4
0.71
2.31
33.9
11.3
35.7
2.06
28.7
99.0
5.07
5.6
1.9
4.5
28.9
20.0
0.69
2.17
34.7
12.6
36.1
2.07
29.0
99.3
5.10
7.5
3.6
8.4
29.5
20.2
0.69
2.10
35.0
13.3
36.1
2.07
29.1
99.3
5.10
kW
HR
EER
HC
kW
HE
LAT
COP
16.8
1.82
10.8
83.7
2.71
23.1
19.1
1.85
12.9
85.5
3.03
23.8
19.9
1.86
13.7
86.2
3.15
34.1
24.1
20.4
1.86
14.1
86.6
3.21
1.46
36.3
21.6
22.4
1.89
16.1
88.2
3.49
0.63
1.38
35.9
22.6
23.5
1.90
17.1
89.1
3.62
20.8
0.63
1.35
35.5
23.0
24.1
1.91
17.6
89.5
3.70
21.1
0.64
1.58
36.6
19.8
25.8
1.93
19.3
90.9
3.92
33.3
21.0
0.63
1.50
36.5
21.0
27.0
1.94
20.4
91.9
4.07
12.2
33.3
20.9
0.63
1.46
36.4
21.5
27.6
1.95
21.1
92.4
4.15
1.8
32.4
21.0
0.65
1.72
36.5
17.8
29.0
1.97
22.3
93.5
4.31
Operation Not Recommended
3.8
0.6
1.4
25.1
18.2
0.72
2.58
32.5
9.2
5.6
1.9
4.3
26.6
19.0
0.71
2.42
33.4
10.4
7.5
3.5
8.1
27.3
19.3
0.71
2.34
33.8
11.0
3.8
0.6
1.4
22.3
16.5
0.74
2.90
31.0
7.3
5.6
1.8
4.1
23.9
17.5
0.73
2.72
31.9
8.3
7.5
3.5
8.1
24.7
18.0
0.73
2.63
32.3
8.9
3.8
0.6
1.4
19.1
14.4
0.75
3.26
29.2
5.5
5.6
1.8
4.1
20.8
15.6
0.75
3.06
30.2
6.4
7.5
3.4
7.8
21.7
16.1
0.74
2.96
30.6
6.9
Operation Not Recommended
Interpolation is permissible; extrapolation is not.
All entering air conditions are 80°F DB and 67°F WB in cooling, and 70°F DB in heating.
ARI/ISO certified conditions are 80.6°F DB and 66.2°F WB in cooling and 68°F DB in heating.
Table does not reflect fan or pump power corrections for ARI/ISO conditions.
All performance is based upon the lower voltage of dual voltage rated units.
Performance stated is at the rated power supply; performance may vary as the power supply varies from the rated.
Operation below 60°F EWT requires optional insulated water/refrigerant circuit.
See performance correction tables for operating conditions other than those listed above.
See Performance Data Selection Notes for operation in the shaded area.
TRM
16
C l i m a t e M a s t e r W a t e r- S o u r c e H e a t i n g a n d C o o l i n g S y s t e m s
THE SMART SOLUTION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Tr a n q u i l i t y Ve r t i c a l S t a c k ( T R M ) S e r i e s
R e v. : 0 5 / 2 3 / 0 7 D
Performance Data
TRM36
1260 CFM Nominal (Rated) Airflow
*WPD Adder for
Motorized Valve,
TRM36
(Cv = 10.3,
MOPD = 125 psi)
GPM
20
GPM
PSI
FT
4.5
0.93
2.15
6.8
2.32
5.36
9.0
4.40
10.20
WPD*
EWT
°F
WPD Adder
30
40
50
60
70
80
85
90
100
110
120
Performance capacities shown in thousands of Btuh
Cooling - EAT 80/67°F
TC
SC
Sens/Tot
Ratio
kW
HR
Heating - EAT 70°F
EER
HC
kW
HE
LAT
COP
20.6
2.16
13.3
85.1
2.78
PSI
FT
9.0
9.8
22.7
4.5
2.5
5.8
39.9
25.1
0.63
1.56
45.1
25.5
23.0
2.20
15.6
86.9
3.06
6.8
5.2
11.9
39.7
24.2
0.61
1.48
44.6
26.8
23.9
2.21
16.5
87.6
3.16
9.0
8.6
19.9
39.4
23.5
0.60
1.44
44.1
27.3
24.4
2.22
17.0
87.9
3.22
4.5
2.4
5.4
39.6
25.6
0.65
1.70
45.2
23.2
26.7
2.26
19.2
89.6
3.47
6.8
4.8
11.2
39.9
25.3
0.64
1.61
45.2
24.8
27.9
2.27
20.3
90.5
3.60
9.0
8.1
18.7
39.9
25.1
0.63
1.57
45.1
25.5
28.5
2.28
20.9
91.0
3.67
4.5
2.1
4.9
38.5
25.4
0.66
1.86
44.7
20.7
30.6
2.31
22.8
92.5
3.88
6.8
4.4
10.2
39.3
25.6
0.65
1.76
45.1
22.4
32.0
2.33
24.2
93.5
4.02
9.0
7.4
17.0
39.5
25.6
0.65
1.71
45.2
23.2
32.8
2.34
24.9
94.1
4.10
4.5
2.0
4.6
36.9
24.8
0.67
2.05
43.8
18.0
34.5
2.37
26.5
95.3
4.27
6.8
4.1
9.4
38.0
25.2
0.66
1.92
44.4
19.7
36.1
2.39
28.0
96.5
4.42
9.0
6.8
15.7
38.5
25.4
0.66
1.87
44.7
20.6
37.0
2.41
28.9
97.2
4.50
4.5
1.9
4.5
34.9
23.8
0.68
2.26
42.5
15.5
38.3
2.43
30.1
98.2
4.62
6.8
4.0
9.2
36.2
24.4
0.67
2.12
43.3
17.1
40.1
2.46
31.8
99.5
4.78
9.0
6.6
15.3
36.8
24.7
0.67
2.05
43.7
17.9
41.1
2.48
32.7
100.2
4.86
4.5
1.8
4.1
32.7
22.8
0.70
2.51
41.2
13.1
42.0
2.49
33.6
100.9
4.94
6.8
3.7
8.5
34.1
23.4
0.69
2.35
42.0
14.5
43.9
2.53
35.3
102.3
5.09
9.0
6.2
14.2
34.8
23.7
0.68
2.27
42.4
15.3
44.9
2.55
36.2
103.0
5.16
4.5
1.8
4.0
31.6
22.2
0.70
2.65
40.5
12.0
43.8
2.53
35.2
102.2
5.07
6.8
3.8
8.8
33.0
22.9
0.69
2.48
41.3
13.3
45.6
2.56
36.9
103.5
5.21
9.0
6.0
13.9
33.6
23.2
0.69
2.40
41.8
14.1
46.5
2.58
37.8
104.2
5.28
4.5
1.7
4.0
30.4
21.7
0.71
2.79
39.9
10.9
45.5
2.56
36.8
103.4
5.21
6.8
4.0
9.1
31.8
22.3
0.70
2.62
40.6
12.1
47.3
2.60
38.5
104.7
5.33
9.0
5.9
13.6
32.5
22.6
0.70
2.53
41.1
12.8
48.2
2.62
39.3
105.4
5.39
4.5
1.7
3.8
28.0
20.8
0.74
3.13
38.7
8.9
6.8
3.4
7.9
29.4
21.3
0.73
2.93
39.3
10.0
9.0
5.7
13.2
30.1
21.6
0.72
2.84
39.7
10.6
4.5
1.6
3.8
25.8
20.2
0.78
3.53
37.8
7.3
6.8
3.4
7.7
27.0
20.5
0.76
3.30
38.3
8.2
9.0
5.6
13.0
27.7
20.7
0.75
3.19
38.5
8.7
4.5
1.6
3.7
23.8
20.0
0.84
4.00
37.4
5.9
6.8
3.3
7.7
24.8
20.1
0.81
3.73
37.6
6.7
9.0
5.6
12.9
25.4
20.1
0.79
3.61
37.7
7.1
Operation Not Recommended
Operation Not Recommended
Interpolation is permissible; extrapolation is not.
All entering air conditions are 80°F DB and 67°F WB in cooling, and 70°F DB in heating.
ARI/ISO certified conditions are 80.6°F DB and 66.2°F WB in cooling and 68°F DB in heating.
Table does not reflect fan or pump power corrections for ARI/ISO conditions.
All performance is based upon the lower voltage of dual voltage rated units.
Performance stated is at the rated power supply; performance may vary as the power supply varies from the rated.
Operation below 60°F EWT requires optional insulated water/refrigerant circuit.
See performance correction tables for operating conditions other than those listed above.
See Performance Data Selection Notes for operation in the shaded area.
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17
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Tr a n q u i l i t y Ve r t i c a l S t a c k ( T R M ) S e r i e s
R e v. : 0 5 / 2 3 / 0 7 D
Performance Data
Correction Tables
Air Flow Correction Table
Airflow
Cooling
Heating
% of
Rated
Total
Capacity
Sensible
Capacity
Power
Heat of
Rejection
Heating
Capacity
Power
Heat of
Extraction
70%
0.921
0.800
0.969
0.943
0.942
1.077
0.934
75%
0.934
0.833
0.974
0.952
0.952
1.062
0.947
80%
0.946
0.866
0.979
0.961
0.961
1.048
0.958
85%
0.958
0.899
0.985
0.970
0.971
1.035
0.969
90%
0.971
0.932
0.990
0.979
0.980
1.023
0.979
95%
0.985
0.966
0.995
0.989
0.990
1.011
0.989
100%
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
105%
1.017
1.035
1.005
1.013
1.010
0.989
1.011
Entering Air Correction Table
Heating
TRM
18
Cooling
Entering
Air DB°F
Heating
Capacity
Power
Heat of
Extraction
45
1.107
0.768
1.181
50
1.085
0.814
55
1.064
60
Entering
Air WB°F
Total
Capacity
1.143
60
0.860
1.108
65
1.043
0.906
1.072
65
1.022
0.952
68
1.009
0.981
70
1.000
75
80
Sensible Cooling Capacity Multiplier Entering DB °F
85
90
Power
95
Heat of
Rejection
70
75
80
80.6
0.851
0.854
1.091
1.325
1.385
*
*
*
0.996
0.896
0.957
0.617
0.857
1.093
1.152
1.326
*
*
0.999
0.970
66.2
0.983
0.561
0.801
1.037
1.097
1.270
1.520
*
1.000
0.988
1.036
67
1.000
0.523
0.763
1.000
1.059
1.232
1.482
*
1.000
1.000
1.015
70
1.064
*
0.623
0.861
0.920
1.090
1.339
1.563
1.002
1.045
1.000
1.000
75
1.171
*
*
0.629
0.688
0.854
1.101
1.318
1.005
1.119
0.982
1.050
0.962
0.953
1.103
0.921
* = Sensible capacity equals total capacity
ARI/ISO/ASHRAE 13256-1 uses entering air conditions of Cooling - 80.6°F DB/66.2°F WB, 1
and Heating - 68°F DB/59°F WB entering air temperature
C l i m a t e M a s t e r W a t e r- S o u r c e H e a t i n g a n d C o o l i n g S y s t e m s
THE SMART SOLUTION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Tr a n q u i l i t y Ve r t i c a l S t a c k ( T R M ) S e r i e s
R e v. : 0 5 / 2 3 / 0 7 D
Antifreeze Correction Table
Antifreeze Type
Water
Propylene Glycol
Methanol
Ethanol
Ethylene Glycol
Antifreeze
%
Cooling
Heating
EWT 90°F
EWT 30°F
WPD
Corr. Fct.
EWT 30°F
Total Cap
Sens Cap
Power
Htg Cap
Power
0
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
5
0.995
0.995
1.003
0.989
0.997
1.070
15
0.986
0.986
1.009
0.968
0.990
1.210
25
0.978
0.978
1.014
0.947
0.983
1.360
5
0.997
0.997
1.002
0.989
0.997
1.070
15
0.990
0.990
1.007
0.968
0.990
1.160
25
0.982
0.982
1.012
0.949
0.984
1.220
5
0.998
0.998
1.002
0.981
0.994
1.140
15
0.994
0.994
1.005
0.944
0.983
1.300
25
0.986
0.986
1.009
0.917
0.974
1.360
5
0.998
0.998
1.002
0.993
0.998
1.040
15
0.994
0.994
1.004
0.980
0.994
1.120
25
0.988
0.988
1.008
0.966
0.990
1.200
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19
C L I M AT E M A S T E R W AT E R - S O U R C E H E AT P U M P S
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R e v. : 0 5 / 2 3 / 0 7 D
Blower Performance Data
Airflow in CFM with wet coil and clean air flilter.
Model
TRM09
TRM12
Fan
Speed
HI
LOW
HI
LOW
Rated
Airflow
405
Min
CFM
284
445
312
595
416
HI
TRM15
MED
LOW
HI
TRM18
MED
685
480
LOW
HI
TRM24
MED
850
596
LOW
HI
TRM30
TRM36
MED
1140
798
Airflow (cfm) at External Static Pressure (in. wg)
0.00
0.01
0.05
0.10
0.15
0.20
408
403
376
346
319
292
349
320
349
343
320
296
445
434
409
378
345
341
325
0.25
0.30
0.35
0.40
0.45
664
652
642
633
618
605
590
568
539
564
554
544
534
525
509
493
447
427
519
516
505
487
475
449
437
423
528
500
685
682
674
664
653
640
627
612
594
575
553
591
589
581
572
562
552
541
529
515
498
480
514
511
503
492
482
672
641
611
850
845
830
808
783
785
730
703
761
749
727
707
679
655
628
602
653
648
630
610
596
1346
1340
1310
1284
1221
1172
1135
1108
1069
1036
996
959
910
864
1140
1130
1113
1101
1077
1056
1030
1010
979
952
917
886
840
798
954
913
996
980
968
949
934
914
897
870
846
810
1259
1234
1209
1180
1153
1122
1091
1057
1024
989
1129
1125
1107
1090
1068
1046
1020
996
965
935
901
1010
1007
995
980
962
940
938
916
893
Units factory shipped on high speed. Other speed required field selection.
All airflow is rated at lowest Voltage if unit is dual Voltage rated, i.e. 208V for 208-230V units.
All units ARI/ISO/ASHRAE 13256-1 rated on high fan speed.
TRM
20
477
672
576
1008
LOW
511
686
593
1262
882
0.60
689
HI
1260
0.55
595
LOW
MED
0.50
C l i m a t e M a s t e r W a t e r- S o u r c e H e a t i n g a n d C o o l i n g S y s t e m s
0.65
0.70
THE SMART SOLUTION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Tr a n q u i l i t y Ve r t i c a l S t a c k ( T R M ) S e r i e s
R e v. : 0 5 / 2 3 / 0 7 D
Physical Data
Model
09
12
Compressor (1 Each)
Factory Charge R410A (oz) [kg]
15
18
24
Rotary
33.5 [0.95]
35 [0.99]
30
36
Scroll
43 [1.22]
48.5 [1.38]
71 [2.01]
75 [2.13]
75 [2.13]
PSC Fan Motor & Blower (2 Speeds)
Fan Motor (hp) [W]
1/30 [25]
1/15 [50]
1/6 [124]
1/6 [124]
1/5 [149]
1/2 [373]
1/2 [373]
6.75 x 7.25
[174 x 184]
6.75 x 7.25
[174 x 184]
9.50 x 7.12
[241 x 181]
9.50 x 7.12
[241 x 181]
9.50 x 7.12
[241 x 181]
9.50 x 8.06
[241 x 205]
9.50 x 8.06
[241 x 205]
1/2
1/2
3/4
3/4
1
1
1
Air Coil Dimensions (h x w) - (in) [mm]
22 x 11.5
[559 x 292]
22 x 11.5
[559 x 292]
28 x 14
[711 x 356]
28 x 14
[711 x 356]
30 x 18
[762 x 457]
30 x 18
[762 x 457]
30 x 18
[762 x 457]
Standard Filter - 1” [25.4mm]
Throwaway, qty (in) [mm]
14 x 24
[356 x 610]
14 x 24
[356 x 610]
16 x 30
[406 x 762]
16 x 30
[406 x 762]
20 x 32
[508 x 813]
20 x 32
[508 x 813]
20 x 32
[508 x 813]
Blower Wheel Size (dia x w) (in) [mm]
Hose Kit (AHH Series Required)
IPT (in)
Chassis Air Coil
Weight
Chassis - (lbs) [kg]
90 [41]
97 [44]
115 [52]
115 [52]
176 [80]
182 [83]
182 [83]
Cabinet - (lbs) [kg]
174 [79]
174 [79]
189 [86]
189 [86]
243 [110]
243 [110]
243 [110]
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TRM
21
C L I M AT E M A S T E R W AT E R - S O U R C E H E AT P U M P S
Tr a n q u i l i t y Ve r t i c a l S t a c k ( T R M ) S e r i e s
R e v. : 0 5 / 2 3 / 0 7 D
Electrical Data
Model
TRM
22
Voltage
Code
Min/Max
Voltage
Voltage
Compressor
RLA
LRA
Fan
Motor
FLA
Units with Secondary
Loop Pump
Standard Units
Total
Unit
FLA
Min
Circuit
Amps
Max
Fuse/
HACR
Total
Unit
FLA
Min
Circuit
Amps
Max
Fuse/
HACR
TRM09
G
208-230/60/1
197/254
4.5
23.0
0.31
4.8
5.9
15
5.2
6.3
15
TRM12
G
208-230/60/1
197/254
5.3
30.0
0.70
6.0
7.4
15
6.4
7.8
15
TRM15
G
208-230/60/1
197/254
5.8
30.0
1.00
6.8
8.3
15
7.6
9.1
15
TRM18
G
208-230/60/1
197/254
6.8
38.0
1.0
7.8
9.5
15
8.6
10.3
15
TRM24
G
208-230/60/1
197/254
14.3
58.3
1.10
15.4
19.0
30
16.2
19.8
30
TRM30
G
208-230/60/1
197/254
14.3
64.0
1.80
16.1
19.7
30
16.9
20.5
30
TRM36
G
208-230/60/1
197/254
15.7
77.0
1.80
17.5
21.4
35
18.3
22.2
35
C l i m a t e M a s t e r W a t e r- S o u r c e H e a t i n g a n d C o o l i n g S y s t e m s
THE SMART SOLUTION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Tr a n q u i l i t y Ve r t i c a l S t a c k ( T R M ) S e r i e s
R e v. : 0 5 / 2 3 / 0 7 D
Typical Wiring Diagram
Single Phase TRM Units
With CXM Controller
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TRM
23
C L I M AT E M A S T E R W AT E R - S O U R C E H E AT P U M P S
Tr a n q u i l i t y Ve r t i c a l S t a c k ( T R M ) S e r i e s
R e v. : 0 5 / 2 3 / 0 7 D
Typical Wiring Diagram
Single Phase TRM Units
With DXM Controller
TRM
24
C l i m a t e M a s t e r W a t e r- S o u r c e H e a t i n g a n d C o o l i n g S y s t e m s
THE SMART SOLUTION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Tr a n q u i l i t y Ve r t i c a l S t a c k ( T R M ) S e r i e s
R e v. : 0 5 / 2 3 / 0 7 D
Typical Wiring Diagram
Single Phase TRM Units
With DXM Controller with
Night Setback, Emergency Shutdown,
& Pump Restart
Y1
Y2
SHUTDOWN
OUTPUT
TIME
CLOCK
CONTACT
W
O
G
R
C
AL1
PUMP RESTART INPUT
(PUMP TIME OFF OVERIDE)
RCS
C
S C
COM2 COM1
FAN
R
DXM
CONTROLLER
FAN
SPEED
AL2
R
NSB
C
ESD
L
H
A
HP
LP
FP1
FP2
RV
CO
NSB
NO
NC
COM
R
ACC#2
COM
NO
NC
COM
ACC#1
SHUTDOWN
R
TEST
ACC1.NO
EH1
EH2
ACC1.C
ACC2.NO
FP1
FP2
LP
ACC2.NC
ACC2.C
S1
Y1
Y2
W
O
G
R
C
AL1
24V
ACC1.NC
RCS
C
CCG
CC
S2
S C
COM2 COM1
FAN
R
DXM
CONTROLLER
FAN
SPEED
AL2
R
NSB
C
ESD
L
H
A
HP
LP
FP1
FP2
RV
CO
R
OUTPUT
TO OTHER UNITS
NOTE: MAX. NUMBER OF
DAISY CHAINED DXM
BOARDS IS 75; MAX.
TOTAL WIRE RESISTANCE
IS 500 OHMS.
OUTPUT
TO OTHER UNITS
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ACC#2
NO
NC
COM
R
ACC#1
NO
NC
COM
TEST
ACC1.NO
24V
EH1
EH2
ACC1.NC
ACC1.C
ACC2.NO
FP1
FP2
LP
ACC2.NC
ACC2.C
S1
CCG
CC
S2
TRM
25
C L I M AT E M A S T E R W AT E R - S O U R C E H E AT P U M P S
Tr a n q u i l i t y Ve r t i c a l S t a c k ( T R M ) S e r i e s
R e v. : 0 5 / 2 3 / 0 7 D
Typical Unit - Exploded View
Single Unit: Furred In & Ducted
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
816/TRM cabinet (furred-in)
Slide-in heating and cooling chassis
Architectural acoustic R/A panel with hinged center door
Factory installed supply, return and condensate risers
Factory installed drain pan with P-trap assembly
Factory installed supply and return feeders with ball valves
Blower and motor assembly
Top discharge duct collar for field supply air plenum
Conduit for control wiring
Conduit for line voltage wiring
Electr. & control compartment with (optional) disconnect
Factory installed base vibration dampening pad (optional)
Return air filter frame and filter
Chassis line voltage cord and plug assembly
Chassis supply and return water connections
Compressor acoustic enclosure
R/A panel filler & finishing frame (optional)
Condenser compartment
Typical drywall enclosure
Chassis slide rail assembly
AHH series hose kit (REQUIRED)
B
Optional Cabinet Stand
TRM
26
Model
A
B
09/15
8” [203mm]
17.1” [434mm]
20
8” [203mm]
20.1” [511mm]
24-36
8” [203mm]
24.1” [612mm]
A
C l i m a t e M a s t e r W a t e r- S o u r c e H e a t i n g a n d C o o l i n g S y s t e m s
THE SMART SOLUTION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Tr a n q u i l i t y Ve r t i c a l S t a c k ( T R M ) S e r i e s
R e v. : 0 5 / 2 3 / 0 7 D
AHH Series
Stainless Steel Braided Hose Kit
Specifications:
• Designed for water source heat pump applications.
• Kevlar® reinforced EPDM core with ANSI 302/304 stainless steel outer braid.
• Fire rated materials per ASTM E 84-00 (NFPA 255, ANSI/UL 723 & UBC 8-1).
• EPT (External Pipe Thread) fitting at one end; swivel connector with IPT (Internal Pipe Thread) at
the other end (IPT connection via fiber or EPDM gasket, shipped inside connection).
• Swivel connection provides union between chassis and risers.
• Brass fittings, stainless steel ferrules.
• Temperature range of 35°F [2°C] to 180°F [82°C].
• Max. working pressure of 400 psi [2756 kPa].
• Min. burst pressure of four times working pressure.
Physical Data
Part #
Inside
Diameter
inches
Length
feet [cm]
Working
Pressure
psi [kPa]
Min. Burst
Pressure
psi [kPa]
Min. Bend
Radius
inches [mm]
AHH0502B
0.50
2 [61]
400 [2756]
1600 [11024]
2.0 [50.8]
AHH0753B
0.75
3 [91]
400 [2756]
1600 [11024]
3.2 [81.3]
AHH1003B
1.00
3 [91]
350 [2413]
1600 [11024]
3.9 [99]
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Hinged "G" Style Return Air Panel
0.625"
(16)
A
Mounting
bracket
59"
(1499)
Filt
er
Inner panel
is hinged
for filter access.
1.81"
(46)
D
Mounting bracket slots
Side view
Bottom of return air panel is
4-1/2" (114.3) from floor surface.
Unit Size
A
09 - 12
18-1/2” [470]
15 - 18
21-1/2” [546]
24 - 36
25-1/2” [648]
1.25" (32) drywall flanges must be used on cabinet.
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Notes:
1. Panel Fits over mounting bracket for self
alignment, then 4 bolts driven through panels
slots into nuts on chassis.
2. Panel is painted Polar Ice White
3. All measurements are in inches, millimeters
are in parenthesis.
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Hinged "G" Style Return Air Panel
With Keyed Locks
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Hinged "G" Style Return Air Panel
1-1/4"
(32)
TOP VIEW
G STYLE
RETURN AIR PANEL
2" MINIMUM
(51)
CABINET
DRYWALL
5/8"
(16)
RISER CHASE
(optional)
2 LAYERS OF 5/8" (16) DRYWALL ON FRONT
SURFACE FOR CORRECT FIT OF “G” PANEL
Drywall can be applied directly to unit surfaces, however, for best sound attenuation,
a furred in stud wall installation is recommended.
Note: All measurements are in inches, millimeters are in parenthesis.
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Hinged "H" Style Return Air Panel
Holes to secure
frame to studs
(typical)
NOTICE: Seal between
the frame and cabinet
with weather seal
material to avoid air being
pulled in from the wall
cavity. DO NOT attach
frame to cabinet.
B
1
Detail
3/4"
(19)
4
3-15/16"
(100)
54-3/4"
(1391)
7"
(178)
62-1/8"
(1578)
2-1/2"
(64)
2
3
10”
(254)
10"
(254)
Outside Air
Opening, left or
right side to suit
installation
A
TRM Electric Damper
Damper may be installed
on either side of "H" panel
Notes: When outside air is used,
contractor must supply outside
air duct and cut hole in stud.
Item
QTY
Unit Size
A
B
1
1
Frame assembly
Description
09 - 12
18 5/8" [473]
16 3/4" [425]
2
1
Lower block-off assembly
15 - 18
21 5/8" [549]
19 3/4" [502]
3
1
Insulated front panel
24 - 36
25 5/8" [650]
23 3/4" [603]
4
2
1/4 turn fastener
Note: All measurements are in inches, millimeters are in parenthesis. Asy = Assembly
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Hinged "H" Style Return Air Panel
NOM. 2” X 4” (51 x 102) STUD AND 5/8" (16) DRYWALL
Note:
H style return air panel is wider than TRM cabinet.
RECOMMENDED
2” MINIMUM (51)
FOR SERVICE ACCESS
STUD
H STYLE
RETURN AIR PANEL
RECOMMENDED
2” MINIMUM (51)
FOR SERVICE ACCESS
CABINET
TOP VIEW
DRYWALL
RISER CHASE
(optional)
5/8" (16)
WEATHER SEAL
NOTICE: Seal between
the frame and cabinet with
weather seal material to
avoid air being pulled in from
the wall cavity. DO NOT
attach frame to cabinet.
FRAME
CABINET
FRONT
PANEL
STUD
DRYWALL
Note: All measurements are in inches, millimeters are in parenthesis.
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TRM Unit Dimensions
Single Unit, Furred In Cabinet
(88 in. [2235mm] Height)
Optional
Top Duct
Connection
1/2" (13)
Collar
Optional
Remote
T/Stat
Conduit
B
Supply Riser
5 3/4"(146)
5 3/4"(146)
Power
Conduit
3"
(76)
C
Thin wall Conduit
3/4" (19)
Supply Air Opening
1/2" (13) Collar
Optional 24V Surface Mount T/Stat
2"
4"
(102)
33 1/2"*
Return Riser
B
A
A
(51)
Floor to floor + 2 In. (51) (Max. 115” (2921)
Condensate Drain Riser
Upper Control Box & Electrical
Power Connections
Motor-Blower Assembly
(851)
9 7/8"
(251)
Ball Valves (2)
Optional Riser
Chase shown**
Units with 24v surface
mount T/stat option have
single tile rings factory
installed. Contractor
must specify horizontal
or vertical orientation to
suit thermostat type
Unions (2)
Filter, Throwaway
Air coil
88”*
(2235)
Return Air Opening
Heat Pump Chassis
49 1/2"
Optional motorized
water valve or auto
flow regulator valve
Factory Trapped
Condensate Drain
Lower Drain Pan
(1257)
Riser Chase
Cutback
Condensate Drain Riser
5"
(127)
Riser
Tailpiece
Flex Hose
Supply Riser
Return Riser
1"
(25)
8” (203)
3-1/2” (89)
* For optional 80” (2032) tall cabinet deduct
8” (203) from dimensions.
Note: May limit front supply opening size.
Unit Size
A
B
C**
TRM09 - 12
17 [432]
10 [254]
4-1/4 [92]
TRM15 - 18
20 [508]
13 [330]
4-1/4 [92]
TRM24 - 36
24 [610]
17 [432]
4-1/4 [92]
The riser compartment is defined as being the rear of each unit. Supply air
grilles and return air/access panel can be any side except rear.
** C Dimension = 4-1/4" (92) for risers up to 2-1/2" (64) diameter.
Consult factory for larger diameter risers.
Note: All measurements are in inches, millimeters are in parenthesis.
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TRM Unit Dimensions
Master Unit, Furred In Cabinet
(88 in. [2235mm] Height)
Condensate Drain Riser
Supply Riser
5-3/4"(146)
5-3/4"(146)
Power
Conduit
3"
(76)
Return Riser
B
A
A
4"
(102)
33-1/2"*
C
Optional Riser
Chase shown**
Thin wall Conduit
3/4" (19)
Supply Air Opening
1/2" (13) Collar
Optional 24V Surface Mount T/Stat
2"
(51)
Floor to floor + 2” (51) (Max. 115” (2921)
Optional
Top Duct
Connection
1/2" (13)
Collar
Optional
Remote
T/Stat
Conduit
B
Units with 24v surface
mount T/stat option have
single tile rings factory
installed. Contractor
must specify horizontal
or vertical orientation to
suit thermostat type
Upper Control Box & Electrical
Power Connections
Motor-Blower Assembly
(851)
9-7/8"
(251)
Ball Valves (2)
Unions (2)
Filter, Throwaway
Air coil
88”*
(2235)
Flex Hose
Optional motorized
water valve or auto
flow regulator valve
Return Air Opening
Heat Pump
Chassis
Factory Trapped
Condensate Drain
Lower Drain Pan
49-1/2"
(1257)
Condensate Drain
Riser
Riser Chase
Cutback
8” (203)
Supply Riser
Return Riser
Riser 5"
1"
Tailpiece(127) (25)
3-1/2” (89)
* For optional 80” (2032) tall cabinet deduct
8” (203) from dimensions.
Note: May limit front supply opening size.
13 [330]
4-1/4 [92]
TRM24 - 36
24 [610]
17 [432]
4-1/4 [92]
R
Slave
The riser compartment is defined as being the rear of each unit.
Supply air grilles and return air/access panel can be any side except rear.
Must provide crossover water piping from Master to Slave unit.
Master unit has no riser chase.
** C Dimension = 4 1/4" (92) for risers up to 2 1/2" (64) diameter.
Consult factory for larger diameter risers.
R
20 [508]
C
TRM15 - 18
S
TRM09 - 12
R
C**
4-1/4 [92]
C
B
10 [254]
S
A
17 [432]
S
Unit Size
Field supplied and installed piping.
Cross hoses in slave cabinet
(36” hoses required in slave unit)
Master
Dimension to suit local codes
and installer
Note: All measurements are in inches, millimeters are in parenthesis.
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TRM Unit Dimensions
Slave Unit, Furred In Cabinet
(88 in. [2235mm] Height)
Optional
Top Duct
Connection
1/2" (13)
Collar
Optional
Remote
T/Stat
Conduit
B
Condensate Drain Riser
Supply Riser
5-3/4"(146)
5-3/4"(146)
Power
Conduit
Return Riser
B
A
A
Thin wall Conduit
3/4" (19)
Supply Air Opening
1/2" (13) Collar
Optional 24V Surface Mount T/Stat
2"
(51)
4"
(102)
33-1/2"*
Units with 24v surface
mount T/stat option
have single tile rings
factory installed.
Contractor must
specify horizontal or
vertical orientation to
suit thermostat type
Upper Control Box & Electrical
Power Connections
Motor-Blower Assembly
(851)
9-7/8"
(251)
Ball Valves (2)
Unions (2)
Filter, Throwaway
Air coil
88”*
(2235)
Flex Hose
Optional
motorized water
valve or auto
flow regulator
valve
Return Air Opening
Heat Pump Chassis
Factory Trapped
Condensate Drain
Lower Drain Pan
49-1/2"
(1257)
2-3/4” (70)
5"
3-1/2” (89)
* For optional 80” (2032) tall cabinet deduct 8”
(203) from dimensions.
Note: May limit front supply opening size.
1"
(127) (25)
The riser compartment is defined as being the rear of each unit. Supply air
grilles and return air/access panel can be any side except rear.
Must provide crossover water piping from Master to Slave unit. Master unit
has no riser chase (stub-outs only).
Note: All measurements are in inches,
millimeters are in parenthesis.
R
17 [432]
Slave
C
13 [330]
24 [610]
S
20 [508]
TRM24 - 36
R
TRM15 - 18
C
B
10 [254]
S
A
17 [432]
R
Unit Size
TRM09 - 12
S
Field supplied and installed piping.
Cross hoses in slave cabinet
(36” hoses required in slave unit)
Master
Dimension to suit local codes
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TRM Cabinet Configurations
Single Supply - Side
Double Supply - Side
1A
1B
1C
2A
2B
2D
1E
1F
1G
2G
2H
2K
1J
1K
1L
2N
2P
2R
Double Supply - Top & Side
Triple Supply - Top & Sides
2C
2E
2F
3B
3C
3D
2J
2L
2M
3F
3G
3H
2Q
2S
2T
3K
3L
3M
Single Supply - Top &Side
1D
1H
Quadruple Supply - Top & Sides
1M
4A
Triple Supply - Sides
3A
OA
3J
S
U
P
P
L
Y
= RETURN AIR (AIR ENTERING CABINET)
= SUPPLY AIR (AIR LEAVING CABINET)
D
R
A
I
N
BACK
LEFT
TOP
SUPPLY
AIR
CABINET
FRONT
OB
OC
NOTES:
R
E
T
U
R
N
RISERS
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4C
No Supply - For Field Modification
3E
LEGEND
4B
RIGHT
1: The riser compartment is defined as being the rear of each unit. Supply
air grilles and return air/access panel can be any side except rear.
2: Return air side also defines control location and service access.
3: Triple discharge openings are not recommended for sizes TRM09 &
TRM12. Single discharge openings are not recommended for sizes
TRM24, 30, 36 (Except top discharge).
4: Solid plenum option for field conversion of discharge air arrangement
is available.
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Air Flow vs. Grille Selection
* Grilles are shipped loose for field installation after drywall has been applied to cabinets that are furred in.
** Grilles are brushed aluminum or painted (polar ice).
Single Deflection- Adjustable vertical blades for controlling horizontal path of discharge air.
Double Deflection- Adjustable vertical and horizontal blades for controlling horizontal and
vertical path of discharge air. (Recommended for all standard applications.)
Double Deflection with Opposed Blade Damper- Addition of opposed blade damper to
grille allows control of air volume (CFM) and path of discharge air. (Recommended for
applications requiring unequal air flow or side discharge grille(s) with additional top discharge air opening.)
Unequal Air Flow- Air discharges requiring different air volumes (CFM). Use double deflection grilles with opposed blade damper.
200
CFM
400
CFM
Note: Units with adjacent grilles and opposed blade dampers may
require special grilles. Consult factory with specific application.
600
CFM
Top Discharge- Units are designed to operate against relatively low air resistance (external static). Use of liberal duct sizing
is recommended to maximize total unit air flow (CFM). Top duct outlet will offer more resistance to air flow than side outlets
on the same cabinet. Therefore side outlet grille(s) must have opposed blade dampers to field balance the air flow.
Multiple Discharge/Top Grille & Opening
Sizing When Air Flow Is Divided Equally
Unit Size
Single
Discharge
Double
Discharge
Multiple Discharge/Top Discharge Grille & Opening
Sizing When Air Flow Is Divided Unequally
Grille Selection Chart
Triple
Discharge
TRM09
12” x 10”
[305 x 254]
10” x 6”
[254 x 152]
Not
Recommended
TRM12
12” x 12”
[305 x 305]
10” x 8”
[254 x 203]
Not
Recommended
TRM15 - 18
16” x 12”
[406 x 305]
14” x 8”
[356 x 203]
14” x 6”
[356 x 152]
TRM24
Not
Recommended
16” x 10”
[406 x 254]
16” x 6”
[406 x 152]
TRM30
Not
Recommended
16” x 12”
[406 x 305]
12” x 10”
[305 x 254]
TRM36
Not
Recommended
16” x 14”
[406 x 356]
16” x 10”
[406 x 254]
Model
Specified
Discharge
CFM
10” [254] Wide x
6”H
100 - 150
09
12
175 - 225
250 - 275
8”H
10”H
X
12” [305] Wide x
6”H
10”H
6”H
8”H
6”H
10”H
12”H
14”H
10 x 10
[254 x 254]
X
X
X
X
250 - 325
13 x 13
[330 x 330]
X
400 - 450
X
200 - 275
24
30
36
Top Discharge
Opening Size
(Up to 100%
Unit CFM
16” [406] Wide x
X
150 - 200
15
18
12”H
14” [356]
Wide x
300 - 350
375 - 450
500 - 600
625 - 725
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X
X
17 x 17
[432 x 432]
X
X
X
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Riser Definitions
Riser Tailpiece (length of riser that extends down from cabinet bottom) Dimension F on submittal drawing- Riser tailpiece sized for 2" (51) insertion into 3" (76) expanded section at top
of cabinet. Actual job fit may be 1" (25) to 3" (76) insertion (built-in +1" (25) floor to floor tolerance). Riser tailpiece
should extend beneath bottom of slab a minimum of 5" (127) to facilitate brazing.
3" Expanded Section - Riser expanded at top of unit to accept a pipe diameter from unit above. (Top of riser
always 3" (76) above top of unit.)
Slab thickness (ST) (slab above)
Floor to Floor Height (FF dim.) - Dimension from top of
unit slab to top of slab above.
3 " (76)
Floor to
Floor
Height (FF)
Slab Thickness (ST dim.) - Includes basic slab thickness
plus any material added to slab prior to setting cabinets.
Room Riser
Height
(RRH)
Clear
Height
Cabinet
Height
Total Riser
Height (L)
(115” Max.)
(2921)
Clear Height (Top of unit slab to bottom of slab above)
- This dimension is used to determine whether cabinetriser assembly will pivot through slab core without hitting
bottom of slab above unit. If selected cabinet-riser will
not pivot into position, special riser extension or shorter
cabinet will have to be considered, (Clear height = floor
to floor dimension less thickness of slab above unit.)
Room Riser Height (cabinet height + 3" (76) - Standard
cabinet height (88"(2235)) + 3" (76) = 91" (2311) Shorter than standard cabinet heights will have shorter
room riser heights.
Maximum Riser Height - Maximum length is 115" (2921).
Total Riser Height (dim. L on submittal) - Room riser
(RRH) height + riser tailpiece length (F) = total riser
length (115" (2921) max.).
Total Riser Height = Floor to Floor + 2" (51)
(115" (2921) max.).
Slab thickness (ST) (slab below)
Riser Tailpiece (F)
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Riser Arrangements
Top Floor Units
1. All Risers Capped At Cabinet Run-Outs
• System piping is bottom supply & return
Standard for bottom supply & return
unless otherwise specified.
2. All Risers Open At Top
• Bottom supply & return piping for supplying water to other units
• Bottom supply & return piping for drain vent to roof, flushing crossover
• Top supply & return piping
Standard for top supply & return unless otherwise specified.
3. Supply & Return Open, Drain Capped At Cabinet Run-Out
• Bottom supply & return piping with open top for venting or flushing crossover
• Top supply & return
4. Capped Supply and Return, Drain Open At Top
• Bottom supply & return piping with open drain riser for venting to roof or picking
up drain from other equipment above
5. Supply Or Return Open At Top, Others Capped At Cabinet Run- Out
• Bottom supply & top return piping
• Top supply & bottom return piping
Note: Check system flushing & air venting specifications.
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Riser Arrangements
Bottom Floor Units
1. All Riser Through Slab At Bottom
• Bottom supply & return
• Top supply & return feeding other equipment below
Standard for bottom supply & return
unless otherwise specified.
2. Supply & Return Capped At Cabinet Run-Out, Drain Through Slab
• Top supply & return
• Supply & return mains above these units on "Between-Floors" main piping
Standard for top supply & return unless otherwise specified.
3. All Risers Capped At Cabinet Run-Out, Drain Through Slab
• Isolated unit top supply & return from adjacent riser with separate drain
• Check riser venting
4. Supply Or Return Capped At Cabinet Run-Out, Other Risers Extend Through Slab
• Bottom supply, top return piping
• Bottom return, top supply piping
Note: Check system flushing and air venting specifications.
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Riser Extension Sizing
Joint Overlap
“B”
2"
(51)
Riser Tail Piece: Length of riser extending down
from the cabinet. Riser tail piece must extend a
minimum of 5" (127) below slab.
Room Riser Height (RRH): Cabinet height + 3"
(76). Standard Cabinet is 88" (2235) + 3" (76) =
91" (2311).
Above Slab
Riser Tailpiece
3"(76) Swedge
Riser
Extension
Floor To Floor Height (FF): Distance from top of
unit slab to top of above slab.
Riser Extension Length: Start with the floor to
floor Dim. (FF) From this subtract the room riser
height and tail piece length. Then add 4" (102) to
the two joint overlaps.
Riser Extension: FF - (tailpiece + RRH) + 4" (102).
Floor
to
Floor
Height
(FF)
“A”
Room Riser
Height
(RRH)
Example: Floor to floor (FF) = 120" (3048)
Room Riser Height (RRH) = 91" (2311)
Tail Piece = 13" (330).
Riser Extension: 120" (3048) - (13" (330) + 91"
(2311)) + 4" (102) = 20" (508).
Slab
below
NOTE: Riser extensions are ordered for unit on floor above (example shown - riser extensions would be for Unit "B")
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Unit
"A"
To determine the riser tail piece length of a unit (unit "A").
Top
Floor
Riser Tail Piece ( of unit A)= FF - RRH + 2" (51).
RRH: Room riser height is cabinet height + 3" (76).
Standard cabinet height is 88" (2235).
Tail Piece
FF
RRH
Unit
"B"
RRH= 88" (2235) + 3" (76) = 91" (2311).
FF: Floor to Floor height is the dimension from the top of the
slab above to the top of the slab below.
To determine the riser tail piece length of a unit (unit "B") that will
require riser extensions to a unit below.
Top
Floor
Minimum Tail Piece Length (of unit "B") = slab thickness + 5" (127).
Slab
Thickness
Tail Piece
Extension
To determine riser extensions lengths see page Riser Extension Sizing.
Note: If riser length exceeds 115" (2921), riser extensions must be
used. See Riser Extension Sizing. The riser tail piece must extend
through the slab a minimum of 5" (127) to facilitate brazing. Special
care must be taken in sizing riser lengths and tail piece lengths when:
A) Riser extensions are used.
B) Floor to floor heights vary.
C) Slab thickness varies from floor to floor.
See Riser Arrangement for selection of top floor riser applications.
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Cabinet Height & Slab Slot Size
To determine the slab slot size required for the risers and to determine if clear height is OK for unit installation, use
the cabinet height and slab slot charts on the next page.
To use the charts you will need the clear height in the room the unit is in, size of unit, number of risers, riser dimensions and type of installation. (See below)
Type 1 Single Units
With a minimum clear height of 94" (2388). Start with the unit
lying on the chase.
Type 2 Single Units
With a minimum clear height of 96" (2438). Start with the unit
lying with the chase on top.
Type 3 Single
With a minimum clear height of 94" (2388). Start with the unit
lying on its side as shown.
If any clear height is less than 96" (2438) check the minimum cabinet height and slot size chart to determine if the
size unit you need will fit. If the standard 88" (2235) cabinet does not fit check the short 80" (2032) cabinet height
and slot size chart. Call the factory if the short 80" (2032) cabinet does not fit. Check with the contractor for OK to
use 80" (2032) cabinet.
Clear Height (swing height) = Floor to Floor Dimensions - Slab Thickness of Slab above the unit. CH = FF - ST.
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3 Pipe Standard 88" Cabinet
Slab Slot Size
Type of Installation
Type 1
Type 2
Type 3
WxL
WxL
WxL
09 - 12
96
95
94
93
92
5 7/8" X 15" [149 X 381]
6 1/4" X 15" [159 X 381]
6 5/8" X 15" [168 X 381]
7" X 15" [179 X 381]
7 1/2" X 15" [191 X 381]
5 7/8" X 15" [149 X 381]
5 3/8" X 15" [137 X 381]
5 3/8" X 15" [137 X 381]
Not Recommended
Not Recommended
5" X 15" [127 X 381]
5" X 15" [127 X 381]
5" X 15" [127 X 381]
5" X 15" [127 X 381]
Not Recommended
15 - 18
96
95
94
93
6 1/4" X 18" [159 X 457]
6 3/4" X 18" [171 X 457]
7 1/8" X 18" [181 X 457]
7 5/8" X 18" [194 X 457]
5 1/8" X 18" [130 X 457]
5 3/8" X 18" [137 X 457]
Not Recommended
Not Recommended
5" X 18" [127 X 457]
5" X 18" [127 X 457]
5" X 18" [127 X 457]
5" X 18" [127 X 457]
24 - 36
96
95
94
7" X 22" [178 X 559]
7 1/2" X 22" [191 X 559]
8" X 22" [203 X 559]
5 1/8" X 22" [130 X 599]
Not Recommended
Not Recommended
5" X 22" [149 X 599]
5" X 22" [149 X 599]
5" X 22" [149 X 599]
09 - 12
91 or less
Not Recommended
Not Recommended
Not Recommended
15 - 18
92 or less
Not Recommended
Not Recommended
5" X 18" [149 x 457]
24 - 36
93 or less
Not Recommended
Not Recommended
5" X 22" [127 x 599]
Model
TRM
Clear
Height
To use this chart look down the model column to find the model. Then look across to find the clear height. If your
clear height exceeds 96" use the 96" slab slot size. Then under the type of installation read the slab slot size.
Above charts allow 1" tolerance in clear height to allow for variance in floor to floor dimensions.
Clear height is the floor to floor dimension of the floor the unit is on minus the slab thickness above.
Clear Height = FF - Slab Thickness
Slot Length
Slot Width
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Shipping
Units Are Shipped FOB Factory
ClimateMaster Hi-Rise Cabinets are normally shipped to the jobsite on dedicated open flatbeds trailers, palletized for
maximum shipping density, grouped together by building, size and floor where possible, wrapped and covered with tarp
for protection (Figure 1). The size of each pallet depends upon the cabinet size and number of cabinets (Figure 2).
Special shipping accommodations can be provided by ClimateMaster. Examples might include:
•
•
•
•
•
Closed truck or container shipping, on special end fork pallets.
Reduced height, width or weight pallets.
Unit grouped on pallets by riser instead of floor (for example, a retrofit job).
Export or over-crating.
Risers shipped separately from cabinets.
However, any such special shipping needs must be included with the order of the units. ClimateMaster will charge
extra for any accommodations which significantly increase the cost of the shipment.
H
W
Figure 1.
Cabinet Size
L
Fork This
Side
Figure 2.
Approx. Approx.
Weight Quantity
per pallet per truck
# of
Cabinets
L
(in.)
W
(in.)
H
(in.)
4
106*
22
84
725
80
8
106*
44
84
1450
80
4
106*
25
96
785
80
8
106*
50
96
1570
80
3
106*
29
87
750
60
6
106*
58
87
1500
60
09 - 12
15 - 18
24 - 36
* 106" for standard, 104" long risers (typically add 2" to riser length.)
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Riser GPM Sizing
Riser GPM requirements and individual Unit GPM requirements are necessary to select the proper Riser
Piping diameters. Refer to this page to determine GPM requirement, then refer to Riser Diameter Sizing Table
to determine Riser Piping diameters.
Example is for bottom supply - bottom return system feed loop. GPM's are dependent upon unit load and
system loop water temperatures. Please refer to Performance Charts for individual Unit GPM requirements.
Floor 4
TRM09
2.0 GPM
Unit GPM (UGPM) = Required gallon per minute from "Performance
Charts," in "Vertical Stacked Design Guide."
Total Riser GPM (TRGPM) = The sum of, all Units, GPM on each Riser.
Floor 3
TRM12
3.0 GPM
Total GPM Per Floor (TGF) = Total GPM minus the sum of Unit GPM
from all floors below. TGF = TRGPM - (sum UGPM from units below).
Example: Four floors, Consisting of units sizes TRM09 and TRM12, as
shown in diagram. GPM's are 2.0 and 3.0 respectively.
Floor 2
TRM12
3.0 GPM
TRGPM = 2.0 + 3.0 + 3.0 + 2.0 = 10 GPM.
Floor 1
TRM09
2.0 GPM
Floor 4: TGF = 10 - (3.0 + 3.0 + 2.0) = 2 GPM needed at floor 4.
Floor 3: TGF = 10 - (3.0 + 2.0) = 5 GPM needed at floor 3.
Floor 2: TGF = 10 - (2.0) = 8 GPM needed at floor 2.
Floor 1: TGF = 10 - (no floors below) = 10 GPM needed at floor 1.
Refer to Riser Diameter Sizing page.
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Riser Diameter Sizing
Refer to Riser GPM Sizing for the prefix to this example.
Each TRM Vertical Stack unit has three riser pipes. The following example will be for one riser pipe (from the top
floor to the bottom floor), and will be representative of the remaining two riser pipes.
From Table 1 (below) determine the proper riser diameter
needed to satisfy the required GPM's at each unit. Refer to
Table 2 (below) for a summary.
TOP CAP
0.00/1.00
Floor 4
1.00/1.00
Floor 3
1.00
Change in Riser
Diameter
1.25
Floor 2
The following nomenclature is used to designate the diameters at the top and bottom of each unit.
Top Cap - Top half of riser is eliminated and sealed.
Bottom Cap - Bottom half of riser is eliminated and sealed.
0.00/1.00 - Indicates top cap/1" bottom.
1.00/1.25 - Indicates 1" top/1.25" bottom.
1.25/0.00 - Indicates 1.25" top/bottom cap.
(from this we develop Table 3)
Note: Transitions limited to 1 nominal
diameter size larger or smaller within
each floor.
Table 1
Maximum GPM
12
20
34
70
125
300
Nominal Riser
Diameter
1”
1-1/4”
1-1/2”
2’
2-1/2”
3”
1.25/1.25
Floor 1
Table 2
Table 3
Floor
GPM
Diameter From
Table 1
Nomenclature
per Unit
Description
4
2
1” [19]
0.00/1.00
Top Cap, w/1” Bot Feed
3
5
1 [19]
1.00/1.00
1” Full Length Riser
2
8
1” [25.4]
1.00/1.25
1” Top, 1.25” to 1st Floor
1
10
1.25” [25.4]
1.25/1.25
1.25” Full Length Riser
Values from Table 3 are to be entered on the Riser Piping Schedule. Top diameter must match bottom
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27.50”
(80” [203 cm] cabinet)
[69.5 cm]
11.50”
[29.2 cm]
(88” [224 cm] cabinet)
35.50
[90.2 cm]
52.50”
[133.4cm]
3.50” (all sizes)
[8.9 cm]
Always figure riser extension from the bottom of the cabinet, total extension length
is effective length plus 2" [5.1 cm]
Standard riser arrangement is 3" [7.6 cm] above and 13" [33 cm] below to
24” [61 cm] below (overall riser=115” [292.1 cm] Max.)
Type M and L copper available
Rev.: 03/27/03 b
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Tranquility Modular - TRM Series
Engineering Specifications Rev.: 04/02/07
General:
Furnish and install ClimateMaster Water Source Heat Pumps, as indicated on the plans with capacities and characteristics as listed
in the schedule and the specifications that follow.
Vertical Stack Water Source Heat Pumps:
Units shall be low range, 20° to 120°F (-6.7° to 48.9°C) entering water temperature for low temperature application. Equivalent
units from other manufacturers can be proposed provided approval to bid is given 10 days prior to bid closing. All equipment
listed in this section must be rated and certified in accordance with American Refrigeration Institute / International Standards
Organization (ARI / ISO) and Environmental Testing Laboratories for United States and Canada (ETL-US-C). The units shall have
ARI / ISO and ETL-US-C labels. All cabinets shall be factory tested under normal operating conditions, risers shall be pressure
tested and chassis shall be factory tested under normal operating conditions and water flow rates. Units tested without water
flow are not acceptable.
Basic Construction:
The cabinet panels shall be fabricated from heavy gauge galvanized steel. The rigid one-piece cabinet shall be constructed so
that it is self-supporting, and can be installed long before the chassis arrival, and to be able to avoid damage during construction.
Top, base, fan deck, and other metal structural parts are to be 16 gauge construction, while exterior panels to be 20 gauge;
unit further strengthened by structural breaks at corners. Units not constructed of a minimum of these thicknesses are not
acceptable. Cabinet shall have a top panel and a bottom panel for structural rigidity of the cabinet; no “open” top or “open”
bottom designs allowed.
The cabinet base shall contain a secondary drain pan fully insulated with a pressure differential drain trap connected to the
condensate riser pipe, and guide rails for the slide in refrigeration chassis. Drain pan(s) shall be easily accessible for cleaning. All
interior surfaces shall be lined with 1/2 inch (12.7mm) thick, dual density 1-3/4 lb/ft3 (28 kg/m3) acoustic type fiberglass insulation. All
fiberglass shall be coated and have exposed edges butted up to flanges to prevent the introduction of glass fibers into the air stream.
Standard cabinet panel insulation must meet NFPA 90A requirements, air erosion and mold growth limits of UL-181, stringent
fungal resistance test per ASTM-C1071 and ASTM G21, and shall meet zero level bacteria growth per ASTM G22. Unit insulation
must meet these stringent requirements or unit(s) will not be accepted.
Cabinet arrangements shall allow symmetrical placement of riser piping on any of the three sides of the cabinet not used for the
chassis access. All Cabinet openings shall have dry wall flanges on all sides. Supply air openings shall be factory cut and flanged
as shown on plans. For air noise attenuation purposes, the discharge air from fan shall discharge into insulated plenum that also
contains insulated air baffles at all cabinet supply air openings. Units not having supply air noise baffles are not acceptable.
Cabinet design shall allow a full height base board (5 inches/127mm) beneath the chassis access. The cabinet shall contain an
easily removable motor/blower assembly.
Full length supply, return, and insulated condensate water risers shall be type M copper with integral internal piping including ball
valves (for shut off purposes at unit). Field installed hose kits are required to connect the chassis piping to the cabinet piping. The
condensate riser shall be insulated with 3/8” (9.5mm) Armaflex type insulation. The top of each riser shall be deeply swaged (3 in./
76.2mm) to accept connection to the riser above/below, allowing for a floor to floor dimensional variance of ± one inch (25.4mm).
Units not having swaged riser-piping connections shall not be acceptable. Couplings and trim pieces shall not be allowed.
Option: Type L riser piping.
Option: Unit mounted Thermostat provisions -- includes insulated junction box mounted inside discharge plenum that is
connected to Molex-type connector wired to unit thermostat terminals, and having tile ring on cabinet for drywall
installation to accept thermostat mounting. Use part number A9155724, A9155728 or A9155729 thermostat assembly,
which is thermostat model ATM11C01, ATM11C03 or ATA11C04, respectively with mating Molex-type connector.
Fan and Motor Assembly:
The cabinet shall contain a removable motor/blower assembly. Units shall have a direct drive centrifugal fan. The fan motor shall
be 2 speed, permanently lubricated, PSC type with thermal overload protection. The fan motor shall be isolated from the fan
housing by a torsionally flexible motor mounting system with rubber type grommets to inhibit vibration induced high noise levels
associated with “hard wire belly band” motor mounting. Airflow/External static pressure rating of the unit shall be based on a wet
coil and clean filter.
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Chassis:
The chassis, which incorporates the air coil, water coil, drain pan, and compressor, shall be easily installed for quick jobsite
installation and future servicing purposes. The slide in chassis shall have an insulated panel separating the fan compartment from
the compressor compartment. Compressors are not in the air stream. The chassis base shall be fabricated from heavy gauge
galvanized steel formed to match the slide in rails of the cabinet. All electrical connections between the chassis and cabinet shall
be made via locking quick-connects. Units shall have a factory installed 1 inch (25.4mm) thick filter bracket and throwaway type
glass fiber filter. Furnish one spare set of filters.
Water connections between chassis and the cabinet shall be accomplished via a hose kit consisting of Kevlar-reinforced EPDM
core hose surrounded by a stainless-steel braid. Hose kit shall have brass fittings with stainless-steel ferrules. Hose ends shall be
solid External NPT which connects to mating fitting on cabinet shut off ball valve(s), and Internal NPSM (National Pipe Straight
Mechanical) swivel end with fiber or EPDM washer which connects to mating threaded end connection on chassis. The hose kit
shall be rated for 350 psi (2412 kPa) design working pressure.
Refrigerant Circuit:
All units shall contain an EarthPureTM (HFC 410A) sealed refrigerant circuit including a high efficiency scroll or rotary compressor
designed for heat pump operation, a thermostatic expansion valve for refrigerant metering, an enhanced corrugated aluminum
lanced fin and rifled copper tube refrigerant to air heat exchanger, reversing valve, coaxial (tube in tube) refrigerant to water heat
exchanger, and safety controls including a high pressure switch, low pressure switch (loss of charge), water coil low temperature
sensor, and air coil low temperature sensor. Access fittings shall be factory installed on high and low pressure refrigerant lines to
facilitate field service. Activation of any safety device shall prevent compressor operation via a microprocessor lockout circuit. The
lockout circuit shall be reset at the thermostat or at the contractor supplied disconnect switch. Units that cannot be reset at the
thermostat shall not be acceptable.
Hermetic compressors shall be internally sprung and externally isolated. The compressor shall have a dual level vibration isolation
system. The compressor will be mounted on rubber grommets to a large heavy gauge compressor mounting tray plate, which
is then isolated from the cabinet base with vibration isolation springs for maximized vibration attenuation. All units (except units
with rotary compressors) shall include a discharge muffler to further enhance sound attenuation. Compressor shall have thermal
overload protection.
Refrigerant to air heat exchangers shall utilize enhanced corrugated lanced aluminum fins and rifled copper tube construction
rated to withstand 625 PSIG (3101 kPa) refrigerant working pressure. Refrigerant to water heat exchangers shall be of copper
inner water tube and steel refrigerant outer tube design, rated to withstand 625 PSIG (3101 kPa) working refrigerant pressure and
500 PSIG (3101 kPa) working water pressure. The refrigerant to water heat exchanger shall be “electro-coated” with a low cure
cathodic epoxy material a minimum of 0.4 mils thick (0.4 – 1.5 mils range) on all surfaces. The black colored coating shall provide
a minimum of 1000 hours salt spray protection per ASTM B117-97 on all external steel and copper tubing. The material shall be
formulated without the inclusion of any heavy metals and shall exhibit a pencil hardness of 2H (ASTM D3363-92A), crosshatch
adhesion of 4B-5B (ASTM D3359-95), and impact resistance of 160 in-lbs (184 kg-cm) direct (ASTM D2794-93).
Refrigerant metering shall be accomplished by thermostatic expansion valve only. Expansion valves shall be dual port balanced
types with external equalizer for optimum refrigerant metering. Reversing valve shall be four-way solenoid activated refrigerant
valve, which shall default to heating mode should the solenoid fail to function. If the reversing valve solenoid defaults to cooling
mode, an additional low temperature thermostat must be provided to prevent over-cooling an already cold room.
Option: The refrigerant to air heat exchanger shall be “electro-coated” with a low cure cathodic epoxy material a minimum of
0.4 mils thick (0.4 – 1.5 mils range) on all surfaces. The black colored coating shall provide a minimum of 1000 hours salt
spray protection per ASTM B117-97 on all galvanized end plates and copper tubing, and a minimum of 2000 hours of salt
spray on all aluminum fins. The material shall be formulated without the inclusion of any heavy metals and shall exhibit a
pencil hardness of 2H (ASTM D3363-92A), crosshatch adhesion of 4B-5B (ASTM D3359-95), and impact resistance of 160
in-lbs (184 kg-cm) direct (ASTM D2794-93).
Option: The unit will be supplied with cupro nickel coaxial water to refrigerant heat exchanger.
Option: The unit will be supplied with internally factory mounted two-way water valve for variable speed pumping requirements.
A factory-mounted or field-installed high pressure switch shall be installed in the water piping to disable compressor
operation in the event water pressures build due to water freezing in the piping system.
Option: The unit will be supplied with internally factory mounted automatic water flow regulators.
Option: The unit will be supplied with internally mounted secondary pump for primary/secondary applications.
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Cabinet Drain Pan:
The drain pan shall be constructed of galvanized steel and have a powder coat paint application to further inhibit corrosion. This
corrosion protection system shall meet the stringent 1000 hour salt spray test per ASTM B117. If plastic type material is used, it
must be HDPE (High Density Polyethylene) to avoid thermal cycling shock stress failure over the lifetime of the unit. Stainless Steel
materials are also acceptable. Drain pan shall be fully insulated. Drain pan shall have at a minimum a doubled sloped surface to
allow positive drainage to the outlet opening, which shall be at the lowest level of the entire pan suface. Drain outlet shall be
connected from pan outlet to condensate riser (if supplied) with factory installed trap inside of cabinet. The unit as standard will
be supplied with solid-state electronic condensate overflow protection. Mechanical float switches will NOT be accepted.
Electrical:
A control box shall be located within the unit compressor compartment and shall contain a 50VA transformer, 24 volt activated,
2 or 3 pole compressor contactor, terminal block for thermostat wiring and solid-state controller for complete unit operation.
Reversing valve and fan motor wiring shall be routed through this electronic controller. Units shall be name-plated for use with
time delay fuses or HACR circuit breakers. Unit controls shall be 24 Volt and provide heating or cooling as required by the remote
thermostat / sensor.
Option: Disconnect Switch, Non-Fused
Option: Circuit Breaker
Solid State Control System (CXM):
Units shall have a solid-state control system. Units utilizing electro-mechanical control shall not be acceptable. The control
system microprocessor board shall be specifically designed to protect against building electrical system noise contamination,
EMI, and RFI interference. The control system shall interface with a heat pump type thermostat. The control system shall have the
following features:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
m.
n.
o.
p.
Anti-short cycle time delay on compressor operation.
Random start on power up mode.
Low voltage protection.
High voltage protection.
Unit shutdown on high or low refrigerant pressures.
Unit shutdown on low water temperature.
Condensate overflow electronic protection.
Option to reset unit at thermostat or disconnect.
Automatic intelligent reset. Unit shall automatically reset the unit 5 minutes after trip if the fault has cleared. If a fault occurs
3 times sequentially without thermostat meeting temperature, then lockout requiring manual reset will occur.
Ability to defeat time delays for servicing.
Light emitting diode (LED) on circuit board to indicate high pressure, low pressure, low voltage, high voltage, low water/air
temperature cut-out, condensate overflow, and control voltage status.
The low-pressure switch shall not be monitored for the first 120 seconds after a compressor start command to prevent
nuisance safety trips.
24V output to cycle a motorized water valve or other device with compressor contactor.
Unit Performance Sentinel (UPS). The UPS warns when the heat pump is running inefficiently.
Water coil low temperature sensing (selectable for water or anti-freeze).
Air coil low temperature sensing.
NOTE: Units not providing the 8 safety protections of anti-short cycle, low voltage, high voltage, high refrigerant pressure,
low pressure (loss of charge), air coil low temperature cut-out, water coil low temperature cut-out, and condensate
overflow protections will not be accepted.
Option: Enhanced solid state control system (DXM)
This control system features two stage control of cooling and two stage control of heating modes for exacting temperature and
dehumidification purposes.
This control system coupled with a multi-stage thermostat will better dehumidify room air by automatically running the heat
pump’s fan at lower speed on the first stage of cooling thereby implementing low sensible heat ratio cooling. On the need for
higher cooling performance the system will activate the second stage of cooling and automatically switch the fan to the higher
fan speed setting. This system may be further enhanced with a humidistat. Units not having automatic low sensible heat ratio
cooling will not be accepted; as an alternate a hot gas reheat coil may be provided with control system for automatic activation.
Control shall have all of the above mentioned features of the CXM control system along with the following expanded features:
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Removable thermostat connector.
Night setback control.
Random start on return from night setback.
Minimized reversing valve operation (Unit control logic shall only switch the reversing valve when cooling is demanded for
the first time. The reversing valve shall be held in this position until the first call for heating, ensuring quiet operation and
increased valve life.).
Override temperature control with 2-hour (adjustable) timer for room occupant to override setback temperature at
the thermostat.
Dry contact night setback output for digital night setback thermostats.
Ability to work with heat pump or heat/cool (Y, W) type thermostats.
Ability to work with heat pump thermostats using O or B reversing valve control.
Emergency shutdown contacts.
Boilerless system heat control at low loop water temperature.
Ability to allow up to 3 units to be controlled by one thermostat.
Relay to operate an external damper.
Ability to automatically change fan speed from multistage thermostat.
Relay to start system pump.
75 VA control transformer. Control transformer shall have load side short circuit and overload protection via a built in
circuit breaker.
Remote Service Sentinel (CXM/DXM):
Solid state control system shall communicate with thermostat to display (at the thermostat) the unit status, fault status, and
specific fault condition, as well as retrieve previously stored fault that caused unit shutdown. The Remote Service Sentinel allows
building maintenance personnel or service personnel to diagnose unit from the wall thermostat. The control board shall provide a
signal to the thermostat fault light, indicating a lockout. Upon cycling the G (fan) input 3 times within a 60 second time period, the
fault light shall display the specific code as indicated by a sequence of flashes. A detailed flashing code shall be provided at the
thermostat LED to display unit status and specific fault status such as over/under voltage fault, high pressure fault, low pressure
fault, low water temperature fault, condensate overflow fault, etc. Units that do not provide this remote service sentinel shall
not be acceptable.
Option: Lonworks interface system
Units shall have all the features listed above (either CXM or DXM) and the control board will be supplied with a LONWORKS
interface board, which is LONMark certified. This will permit all units to be daisy chained via a 2-wire twisted pair shielded cable.
The following points must be available at a central or remote computer location:
a.
Space temperature
b. Leaving water temperature
c.
Discharge air temperature
d. Command of space temperature setpoint
e. Cooling status
f.
Heating status
g. Low temperature sensor alarm
h. Low pressure sensor alarm
i.
High pressure switch alarm
j.
Condensate sensor alarm
k.
Hi/low voltage alarm
l.
Fan “ON/AUTO” position of space thermostat as specified above
m. Unoccupied / occupied command
n. Cooling command
o. Heating command
p. Fan “ON / AUTO” command
q. Fault reset command
r.
Itemized fault code revealing reason for specific shutdown fault (any one of 7)
This option also provides the upgraded 75VA control transformer with load side short circuit and overload protection via a built in
circuit breaker.
Option: MPC (Multiple Protocol Control) interface system
Units shall have all the features listed above (either CXM or DXM) and the control board will be supplied with a Multiple Protocol
interface board. Available protocols are BACnet MS/TP, Modbus, or Johnson Controls N2. The choice of protocol shall be field
selectable/changeable via the use of a simple selector switch. Protocol selection shall not require any additional programming or
special external hardware or software tools. This will permit all units to be daisy chain connected by a 2-wire twisted pair shielded
cable. The following points must be available at a central or remote computer location:
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Space temperature
Leaving water temperature
Discharge air temperature
Command of space temperature setpoint
Cooling status
Heating status
Low temperature sensor alarm
Low pressure sensor alarm
High pressure switch alarm
Condensate overflow alarm
Hi/low voltage alarm
Fan “ON/AUTO” position of space thermostat as specified above
Unoccupied / occupied command
Cooling command
Heating command
Fan “ON / AUTO” command
Fault reset command
Itemized fault code revealing reason for specific shutdown fault (any one of 7)
This option also provides the upgraded 75VA control transformer with load side short circuit and overload protection via a built in
circuit breaker.
Return Panel / Supply Grilles:
The return panel shall be architecturally designed, acoustic type, flush mounted with hinged door for easy and quick access
to filter and unit interior. Chassis shall be easily removed. The hinged return panel shall be made of heavy gauge die formed
galvanized steel with a powder coat finish in “polar ice” color. Return air panels that protrude from wall more than 5/8 inch
(15.9mm) are not acceptable. Supply grille(s) shall be architecturally designed “brushed” aluminum or powder coated steel
(color: polar ice).
Option: supply grille with Double deflection damper style louvers.
Option: Style “H” Return air panel that allows outside air entry just behind panel on right or left side (Note: This option eliminates
unit-mounted thermostat option).
Warranty:
Climate Master shall warranty equipment for a period of 12 months from start up or 18 months from shipping (which ever occurs first).
Option: Extended 4-year compressor warranty covers compressor for a total of 5 years.
Option: Extended 4-year refrigeration circuit warranty covers coils, reversing valve, expansion valve and compressor for a total of
5 years.
Option: Extended 4-year control board warranty covers the CXM/DXM control board for a total of 5 years.
FIELD INSTALLED OPTIONS
Hose Kits - AHH Series (required for field water connections):
Water connections between chassis and the cabinet shall be accomplished via a hose kit consisting of Kevlar-reinforced EPDM
core hose surrounded by a stainless-steel braid. Hose kit shall have brass fittings with stainless-steel ferrules. Hose ends shall be
solid External NPT which connects to mating fitting on cabinet shut off ball valve(s), and Internal NPSM (National Pipe Straight
Mechanical) swivel end with fiber or EPDM washer which connects to mating threaded end connection on chassis. The hose kit
shall be rated for 350 psi (2412 kPa) design working pressure. This hose kit accessory is required for each cabinet.
Thermostats:
The thermostat shall be a ClimateMaster mechanical or electronic type thermostat as selected below with the described features:
a.
Single Stage Standard Manual Changeover (ATM11C01)
Thermostat shall be a single-stage, vertical mount, manual changeover with HEAT-OFF-COOL system switch and fan ONAUTO switch. Thermostat shall have a mechanical temperature indicator and set point indication. Thermostat shall only
require 4 wires for connection. Mercury bulb thermostats are not acceptable.
b. Single Stage Digital Manual Changeover with Two-Speed Fan Control (ATM11C03) – DXM and PSC Fan required
Thermostat shall be a single-stage, digital, manual changeover with HEAT-OFF-COOL system switch, fan ON-AUTO switch,
and fan LO-HI switch. Thermostat shall have an LCD display with temperature and set-point(s) in ºF or ºC. The Thermostat
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shall provide permanent memory of set-point(s) without batteries. A fault LED shall be provided to display specific fault
condition. Thermostat shall come standard with remote temperature sensor, but may be operated with internal sensor if
desired via installation of a jumper.
Single Stage Digital Auto or Manual Changeover (ATA11U01)
Thermostat shall be a single-stage, digital, auto or manual changeover with HEAT-OFF-COOL-AUTO system switch and fan
ON-AUTO switch. Thermostat shall have an LCD display with temperature and set-point(s) in ºF or ºC. The Thermostat shall
provide permanent memory of set-point(s) without batteries. A fault LED shall be provided to display specific fault condition.
Thermostat shall provide temperature display offset for custom applications.
Single Stage Digital Automatic Changeover with Two-Speed Fan Control (ATA11C04) – DXM and PSC Fan required
Thermostat shall be a single-stage, digital, auto or manual changeover with HEAT-OFF-COOL-AUTO system switch, fan
ON-AUTO switch, and fan LO-HI switch. Thermostat shall have an LCD display with temperature and set-point(s) in ºF or ºC.
The Thermostat shall provide permanent memory of set-point(s) without batteries. A fault LED shall be provided to display
specific fault condition. Thermostat shall come standard with remote temperature sensor, but may be operated with internal
sensor if desired via installation of a jumper.
Multistage Digital Automatic Changeover (ATA22U01)
Thermostat shall be multi-stage (2H/2C), manual or automatic changeover with HEAT-OFF-COOL-AUTO system settings and
fan ON-AUTO settings. Thermostat shall have an LCD display with temperature, set-point(s), mode, and status indication.
The temperature indication shall be selectable for ºF or ºC. The thermostat shall provide permanent memory of set-point(s)
without batteries. A fault LED shall be provided to indicate specific fault condition(s). Thermostat shall provide temperature
display offset for custom applications. Thermostat shall allow unit to provide better dehumidification with optional DXM
controller by automatically using lower fan speed on stage 1 cooling (higher latent cooling) as main cooling mode, and
automatically shifting to high speed fan on stage 2 cooling.
Single Stage Manual Changeover Programmable 5/2 Day (ATP11N01)
Thermostat shall be 5 day/2 day programmable (with up to 4 set points per day), single stage (1H/1C), manual changeover
with HEAT-OFF-COOL system settings and fan ON-AUTO settings. Thermostat shall have an LCD display with temperature,
set-point(s), mode, and status indication. The temperature indication shall be selectable for ºF or ºC. The thermostat shall
provide permanent memory of set-point(s) without batteries. Thermostat shall provide convenient override feature to
temporarily change set point.
Multistage Automatic or Manual Changeover Programmable 5/2 Day (ATP21U01)
Thermostat shall be 5 day/2 day programmable (with up to 4 set points per day), multi-stage (2H/1C), automatic or manual
changeover with HEAT-OFF-COOL-AUTO system settings and fan ON-AUTO settings. Thermostat shall have an LCD display
with temperature, set-point(s), mode, and status indication. The temperature indication shall be selectable for ºF or ºC. The
thermostat shall provide permanent memory of set-point(s) without batteries. Thermostat shall provide convenient override
feature to temporarily change set point.
Multistage Automatic or Manual Changeover Programmable 7 Day (ATP32U01)
Thermostat shall be 7 day programmable (with up to 4 set points per day), multi-stage (3H/2C), automatic or manual
changeover with HEAT-OFF-COOL-AUTO system settings and fan ON-AUTO settings. Thermostat shall have a blue backlit
dot matrix LCD display with temperature, set-points, mode, and status indication. The temperature indication shall be
selectable for ºF or ºC. Time display shall be selectable for 12 or 24 hour clock. Fault identification shall be provided (when
used with ClimateMaster CXM or DXM controls) to simplify troubleshooting by providing specific unit fault at the thermostat
with red backlit LCD during unit lockout. The thermostat shall provide permanent memory of set-points without batteries.
Thermostat shall provide heating set-point range limit, cooling set-point range limit, temperature display offset, keypad
lockout, dead-band range setting, and inter-stage differential settings. Thermostat shall provide progressive recovery to
anticipate time required to bring space temperature to the next programmed event. Thermostat shall provide an installer
setup for configuring options and for setup of servicing contractor name and contact information. Thermostat shall allow the
use of an accessory remote and/or outdoor temperature sensor (AST008). Thermostat navigation shall be accomplished via
five buttons (up/down/right/left/select) with menu-driven selections for ease of use and programming.
Multistage Automatic or Manual Changeover Programmable 7 Day with Humidity Control (ATP32U02)
Thermostat shall be 7 day programmable (with up to 4 set points per day), multi-stage (3H/2C), automatic or manual
changeover with HEAT-OFF-COOL-AUTO system settings and fan ON-AUTO settings. Separate dehumidification and
humidification set points shall be configurable for discreet outputs to a dehumidification option and/or an external
humidifier. Installer configuration mode shall allow thermostat dehumidification mode to operate with ClimaDry reheat or
with ECM fan dehumidification mode via settings changes. Thermostat shall have a blue backlit dot matrix LCD display
with temperature, relative humidity, set-points, mode, and status indication. The temperature indication shall be selectable
for ºF or ºC. Time display shall be selectable for 12 or 24 hour clock. Fault identification shall be provided (when used with
ClimateMaster CXM or DXM controls) to simplify troubleshooting by providing specific unit fault at the thermostat with red
backlit LCD during unit lockout. The thermostat shall provide permanent memory of set-points without batteries. Thermostat
shall provide heating set-point range limit, cooling set-point range limit, temperature display offset, keypad lockout,
dead-band range setting, and inter-stage differential settings. Thermostat shall provide progressive recovery to anticipate
time required to bring space temperature to the next programmed event. Thermostat shall provide an installer setup for
configuring options and for setup of servicing contractor name and contact information. Thermostat shall allow the use of
an accessory remote and/or outdoor temperature sensor (AST008). Thermostat navigation shall be accomplished via five
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DDC Sensors:
ClimateMaster wall mounted DDC sensor to monitor room temperature and interfaces with optional interface system described
above. Several types as described below:
a.
Sensor only with no display (LON and MPC).
b. Sensor with override (LON only).
c.
Sensor with setpoint and adjustment override (MPC only).
d. Sensor with setpoint and adjustment override, LCD display, status/fault indication (LON and MPC).
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Date:
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Action:
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Specifications
Updated for new Safety Agency
05/23/07
Decoders
Updated Cabinet and Chassis Decoders
01/01/07
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