Carrier 40RM Specifications

RFQ 11332 Question and Answers
1. Will the vendor be responsible for the platform for the new units to set on? No GRDA
will take care of the platform.
2. Who will be responsible for removing the ceiling? GRDA will remove the ceiling.
3. Will there need to be new refrigeration lines? Yes
4. Will GRDA provide lifts? No
5. What is the model number of the current units? Carrier Model # 40RM-008--B600HC
Also attached are documents regarding the current units. There is also a link below.
http://www.carrier.com.ph/brands/pdf/17023a30-335d-4647-aa55-43d3512abe1c.pdf
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
Packaged Air-Handling Units
50/60 Hz
Installation, Start-Up and
Service Instructions
IMPORTANT — READ BEFORE INSTALLING
1. Read and become familiar with these installation instructions before installing this unit.
2. Be sure the installation conforms to all applicable local
and national codes.
3. These instructions contain important information for the
proper maintenance and repair of this equipment. Retain
these instructions for future use.
CONTENTS
Page
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2
PRE-INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Moving and Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Rigging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-25
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Uncrating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Unit Positioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Unit Isolation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Refrigerant and Chilled Water
Piping Access. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Refrigerant Piping. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Chilled Water Piping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Condensate Drain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Fan Motors and Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Power Supply and Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Connecting Ductwork . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Return-Air Filters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
START-UP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-45
Panels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Fan Motor Lubrication. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Fan Shaft Bearings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Centering Fan Wheel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Fan Shaft Position Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Individual Fan Wheel Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Fan Belts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Fan Rotation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Fan Pulley Alignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Pulley and Drive Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Condensate Drains. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Chilled Water Coil Freeze Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Coil Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Cleaning Cooling Coil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Cleaning Insulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Replacing Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
START-UP CHECKLIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CL-1,CL-2
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service, maintenance, or use can cause explosion, fire, electric shock, or
other occurrences which may injure you or damage your
property. Consult qualified installer or service agency for
information or assistance. The qualified installer or agency
must use only factory-authorized kits or accessories when
modifying this product.
Recognize safety information. This is the safety-alert symbol ( ). When you see this symbol on the unit and in instructions or manuals, be alert to the potential for personal injury.
Understand the signal words — DANGER, WARNING,
and CAUTION. These words are used with the safety-alert
symbol. Danger identifies the most serious hazards which will
result in severe personal injury or death. Warning indicates a
condition that could result in personal injury. Caution is used to
identify unsafe practices which would result in minor personal
injury or product and property damage.
Installing, starting up, and servicing this equipment can be
hazardous due to system pressures, electrical components and
equipment location (elevated structures, etc.).
Only trained, qualified installers and service mechanics
should install, start up, and service this equipment.
Untrained personnel can perform basic maintenance functions such as cleaning coils, and cleaning and replacing filters.
All other operations should be performed by trained service
personnel.
When working on the equipment, observe precautions in the
literature and on tags, stickers, and labels attached to the
equipment.
• Follow all safety codes.
• Wear safety glasses and work gloves.
• Use care in handling, rigging, and setting bulky
equipment.
Be sure all power to equipment is shut off before performing maintenance or service. More than one disconnect may
be present.
1. The power supply (v, ph, and Hz) must correspond to that
specified on unit rating plate.
2. The electrical supply provided by the utility must be sufficient to handle load imposed by this unit.
3. Refer to Installation, General section (page 2) and
Fig. 1A-1C for locations of electrical inlets, condensate
drain, duct connections, and required clearances before
setting unit in place.
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
PC 111
Catalog No. 534-013
Printed in U.S.A.
Form 40RM-18SI
Pg 1
11-00
Replaces: 40RM-17SI
Book 1 4
Tab 3c 2e
INSTALLATION
4. This installation must conform with local building codes
and with the NEC (National Electrical Code) or ANSI
(American National Standards Institute)/NFPA (National
Fire Protection Association) latest revision. Refer to
provincial and local plumbing or wastewater codes and
other applicable local codes.
General — Allow 21/2 ft at front and side of unit for service
clearance and airflow. For units equipped with an economizer,
refer to the accessory installation instructions for additional
clearance requirements. Be sure floor, wall, or ceiling can
support unit weight (Tables 1A-1F). See Fig. 1A-1C for
dimensions.
PRE-INSTALLATION
Uncrating — Move unit as near as possible to final location before removing shipping skid.
Remove metal banding, top skid, and plastic wrap. Examine
unit for shipping damage. If shipping damage is evident, file
claim with transportation agency. Remove base skid just prior
to actual installation.
Check nameplate information against available power
supply and model number description in Fig. 2.
NOTE: Be sure to remove the styrofoam shipping pad from
the thermostatic expansion valve (TXV). Verify that it has
been removed. See Fig. 3.
Moving and Storage — To transfer unit from truck to
storage site, use a fork truck. Do not stack units more than
2 high during storage. If unit is to be stored for more than
2 weeks before installation, choose a level, dry storage site free
from vibration. Do not remove plastic wrap or skid from unit
until final installation.
Rigging — All 40RM Series units can be rigged by using
the shipping skid. Units are shipped fully assembled. Do not
remove shipping skids or protective covering until unit is ready
for final placement; damage to bottom panels can result. Use
slings and spreader bars as applicable to lift unit.
Accessories — Refer to instructions shipped with each
accessory for specific information.
2
Table 1A — 40RM Physical Data, English — Cooling Units
UNIT 40RM
NOMINAL CAPACITY (Tons)
OPERATING WEIGHT (lb)
Base Unit with TXV
Plenum
FANS
Qty...Diam. (in.)
Nominal Airflow (cfm)
Airflow Range (cfm)
Nominal Motor Hp (Standard Motor)
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60 and 460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50, 400-3-50
Motor Speed (rpm)
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60 and 460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50, 400-3-50
REFRIGERANT
Operating charge (lb)
(approx per circuit)*
DIRECT-EXPANSION COIL
Max Working Pressure (psig)
Face Area (sq ft)
No. of Splits
No. of Circuits per Split (3 Row/4 Row)
Split Type...Percentage
Fins/in.
STEAM COIL
Max Working Pressure (psig at 400 F)
Total Face Area (sq ft)
Rows...Fins/in.
HOT WATER COIL
Max Working Pressure (psig)
Total Face Area (sq ft)
Rows...Fins/in.
Water Volume
(gal)
(ft3)
PIPING CONNECTIONS,
Quantity...Size (in.)
DX Coil — Suction (ODF)
DX Coil — Liquid Refrigerant (ODF)
Steam Coil, In (MPT)
Steam Coil, Out (MPT)
Hot Water Coil, In (MPT)
Hot Water Coil, Out (MPT)
Condensate (PVC)
FILTERS
Quantity...Size (in.)
Access Location
007
6
008
71/2
012
10
014
121/2
016
15
024
20
028
25
034
30
381
175
385
175
405
175
670
225
685
225
690
225
1020
325
1030
325
1...15
2400
18003000
1...15
3000
22503750
1...15
4000
30005000
2...15
5000
37506250
2...15
6000
45007500
2...15
8,000
6,00010,000
2...18
10,000
7,50012,500
2...18
12,000
9,00015,000
1.3
2.4
1.0
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.0
2.4
—
2.4
2.0
2.9
—
2.9
3.0
2.9
—
3.7
3.0
2.9
—
5.0
5.0
5.0
—
7.5
7.5
7.5
—
10.0
10.0
10.0
1725
1725
1725
1425
1725
1725
1725
1425
—
1725
1725
1425
—
1725
1725
1425
—
1725
1725
1425
—
1745
1745
1425
—
1745
1755
1425
—
1745
1755
1425
3.0
3.0
1.5/1.5
2.0/2.0
2.5/2.5
3.5/3.5
4.5/4.5
5.0/5.0
6.67
1
12/12
—
15
Enhanced Copper Tubes, Aluminum Sine-Wave Fins
435
8.33
10.0
13.25
17.67
19.88
24.86
1
2
2
2
2
2
15/15
9/9
9/12
12/16
13/18
15/20
—
Face...50/50
15
17
15
15
17
15
29.83
2
18/24
6.67
1...9
6.67
1...9
6.67
1...9
13.33
1...10
6.67
2...8.5
6.67
2...8.5
6.67
2...8.5
13.33
2...8.5
R-22
15
175
13.33
1...10
13.33
1...10
15.0
1...10
15.0
1...10
13.33
2...8.5
13.33
2...8.5
15.0
2...12.5
15.0
2...12.5
150
8.3
1.1
13.9
1.85
1...11/8
1...11/8
1...5/8
1...21/2
1...1/2
1...11/2
1...11/2
2...11/8
2...11/8
2...11/8
2...5/8
1...21/2
1...11/2
1...11/2
1...2
1...11/2
1...2
1
1...1 /4 ODM/1 IDF
Throwaway — Factory Supplied
4...16 x 20 x 2
4...16 x 24 x 2
4...16 x 24 x 2
Either Side
LEGEND
DX — Direct Expansion
TXV — Thermostatic Expansion Valve
*Units are shipped without refrigerant charge.
3
2...11/8
14.3
1.90
2...13/8
2...13/8
4...20 x 24 x 2
4...20 x 25 x 2
Table 1B — 40RMQ Physical Data, English — Heat Pump Units
UNIT 40RMQ
NOMINAL CAPACITY (Tons)
OPERATING WEIGHT (lb)
Base Unit with TXV
Plenum
FANS
Qty...Diam. (in.)
Nominal Airflow (cfm)
Airflow Range (cfm)
Nominal Motor Hp (Standard Motor)
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60 and 460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50, 400-3-50
Motor Speed (rpm)
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60 and 460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50, 400-3-50
REFRIGERANT
Operating charge (lb)
(approx per circuit)*
DIRECT-EXPANSION COIL
Max Working Pressure (psig)
Face Area (sq ft)
No. of Splits
No. of Circuits per Split
Split Type...Percentage
Rows...Fins/in.
STEAM COIL
Max Working Pressure (psig at 400 F)
Total Face Area (sq ft)
Rows...Fins/in.
HOT WATER COIL
Max Working Pressure (psig)
Total Face Area (sq ft)
Rows...Fins/in.
Water Volume
(gal)
(ft3)
PIPING CONNECTIONS,
Quantity...Size (in.)
DX Coil — Suction (ODF)
DX Coil — Liquid Refrigerant (ODF)
Steam Coil, In (MPT)
Steam Coil, Out (MPT)
Hot Water Coil, In (MPT)
Hot Water Coil, Out (MPT)
Condensate (PVC)
FILTERS
Quantity...Size (in.)
Access Location
DX
TXV
008
71/2
012
10
016
15
024
20
028
25
385
175
427
175
713
225
720
140
1050
180
1...15
3000
2250-3750
1...15
4000
3000-5000
2...15
6000
4500-7500
2...15
8000
6000-10,000
2...18
10,000
7500-12,500
2.4
2.4
2.0
2.4
—
2.4
2.0
2.9
—
3.7
3.0
2.9
—
5.0
5.0
5.0
—
7.5
7.5
7.5
1725
1725
1725
1425
—
1725
1725
1425
—
1725
1725
1425
R-22
—
1745
1745
1425
—
1745
1755
1425
2.0/2.0
3.0/3.0
3.5/3.5
4.5/4.5
3.0
Enhanced Copper Tubes, Aluminum Sine-Wave Fins
435
10.0
17.67
19.88
2
2
2
9
16
18
—
—
Face...50/50
4...15
4...15
4...15
8.33
1
15
—
3...15
24.86
2
20
Face...60/40
4...15
6.67
1...9
175
6.67
1...9
13.33
1...10
150
13.33
1...10
150
15.0
1...10
6.67
2...8.5
6.67
2...8.5
150
13.33
2...8.5
13.33
2...8.5
15.0
2...12.5
8.3
1.1
13.9
1.85
1...11/8
1...5/8
1...21/2
1...11/2
1...11/2
1...11/2
2...11/8
2...5/8
1...11/2
1...11/2
2...11/8
1...21/2
1...11/2
2...5/8
2...11/8
1...2
1...2
ODM/1 IDF
Throwaway — Factory Supplied
4...16 x 20 x 2
4...16 x 24 x 2
4...16 x 24 x 2
Either Side
LEGEND
— Direct Expansion
— Thermostatic Expansion Valve
*Units are shipped without refrigerant charge.
4
1...11/4
2...13/8
2...5/8
1...21/2
1...11/2
1...2
1...2
4...20 x 24 x 2
4...20 x 25 x 2
Right or Left Side
Table 1C — 40RMS Physical Data, English — Chilled Water Units
UNIT 40RMS
NOMINAL CAPACITY (Tons)
OPERATING WEIGHT (lb)
Base Unit
Plenum
FANS
Qty...Diam. (in.)
Nominal Airflow (cfm)
Airflow Range (cfm)
Nominal Motor Hp
(Standard Motor)
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60 and 460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50 and 400-3-50
Motor Speed (rpm)
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60 and 460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50 and 400-3-50
CHILLED WATER COIL
Max Working Pressure (psig)
Face Area (sq ft) — Upper
Face Area (sq ft) — Lower
Rows...Fins/in.
STEAM COIL
Max Working Pressure
(psig at 400 F)
Total Face Area (sq ft)
Rows...Fins/in.
HOT WATER COIL
Max Working Pressure
(in. wg)
Total Face Area (sq ft)
Rows...Fins/in.
Water Volume
(gal)
(ft3)
PIPING CONNECTIONS,
Quantity...Size (in.)
Chilled Water — In
Chilled Water — Out
Steam Coil, In (MPT)
Steam Coil, Out (MPT)
Hot Water Coil, In (MPT)
Hot Water Coil, Out (MPT)
Condensate (PVC)
FILTERS
Quantity...Size (in.)
Access Location
008
71/2
010
81/2
012
10
014
121/2
016
15
024
20
028
25
034
30
390
175
391
175
391
175
661
225
677
225
683
225
1035
325
1042
325
1...15
3000
2250-3750
1...15
3400
2250-4250
1...15
4000
3000-5000
2...15
5000
3750-6250
2...15
6000
4500-7500
2.4
2.4
2.0
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.0
2.4
—
2.4
2.0
2.9
—
2.9
3.0
2.9
—
3.7
3.0
2.9
1725
1725
1725
1425
1725
1725
1725
1425
8.3
—
9.0
—
6.67
1...9
6.67
1...9
6.67
1...9
13.33
1...10
6.67
2...8.5
6.67
2...8.5
6.67
2...8.5
13.33
2...8.5
2...15
2...18
8000
10,000
6000-10,000 7500-12,500
—
5.0
5.0
5.0
—
—
—
—
1725
1725
1725
1745
1725
1725
1725
1745
1425
1425
1425
1425
Enhanced Copper Tubes, Aluminum Sine-Wave Fins
435
9.9
8.3
8.3
11.0
—
5.5
8.3
8.3
3...15
2...18
12,000
9000-15,000
—
7.5
7.5
7.5
—
10.0
10.0
10.0
—
1745
1755
1425
—
1745
1755
1425
12.4
12.4
15.5
12.4
175
13.33
1...10
13.33
1...10
15.0
1...10
15.0
1...10
13.33
2...8.5
13.33
2...8.5
15.0
2...12.5
15.0
2...12.5
150
8.3
1.1
13.9
1.85
14.3
1.90
1...13/8ODF 1...13/8 ODF 2...13/8 ODF 2...13/8 ODM 2...13/8 ODM 2...13/8 ODM 2...21/8 ODM 2...21/8 ODM
1...13/8ODF 1...13/8 ODF 2...13/8 ODF 2...13/8 ODM 2...13/8 ODM 2...13/8 ODM 2...21/8 ODM 2...21/8 ODM
1...21/2
1...21/2
1...11/2
1...11/2
1
1
1...1 /2
1...2
1...1 /2
1
1
1...1 /2
1...1 /2
1...2
1
1...1 /4 ODM/1 IDF
Throwaway — Factory Supplied
4...16 x 20 x 2
4...20 x 24 x 2
4...16 x 24 x 2
4...16 x 24 x 2
4...20 x 25 x 2
Either Side
5
Table 1D — 40RM Physical Data, SI — Cooling Units
UNIT 40RM
NOMINAL CAPACITY (kW)
OPERATING WEIGHT (kg)
Base Unit with TXV
Plenum
FANS
Qty...Diam. (mm)
Nominal Airflow (L/s)
Airflow Range (L/s)
Nominal Motor kW (Standard Motor)
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60 and 460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50, 400-3-50
Motor Speed (r/s)
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60 and 460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50, 400-3-50
REFRIGERANT
Operating charge (kg)
(approx per circuit)*
DIRECT-EXPANSION COIL
Max Working Pressure (kPag)
Face Area (sq m)
No. of Splits
No. of Circuits per Split (3 Row/4 Row)
Split Type...Percentage
Fins/m
STEAM COIL
Max Working Pressure (kPag at 204.4 C)
Total Face Area (sq m)
Rows...Fins/m
HOT WATER COIL
Max Working Pressure (kPag)
Total Face Area (sq m)
Rows...Fins/m
Water Volume
(L)
(m3)
PIPING CONNECTIONS,
Quantity...Size (in.)
DX Coil — Suction (ODF)
DX Coil — Liquid Refrigerant (ODF)
Steam Coil, In (MPT)
Steam Coil, Out (MPT)
Hot Water Coil, In (MPT)
Hot Water Coil, Out (MPT)
Condensate (PVC)
FILTERS
Quantity...Size
007
21
008
26
012
35
014
43
016
52
024
70
028
87
034
105
173
80
175
80
184
80
304
102
311
102
313
102
463
148
467
148
1...381
1133
850-1416
1...381
1604
1203-2006
1...381
1888
1416-2360
2...381
2360
1770-2949
2...381
2831
2124-3539
2...381
3775
2831-4719
2...457
4719
3539-5899
2...457
5663
4247-7079
0.97
1.79
0.75
1.79
1.79
1.79
1.49
1.79
—
1.79
1.49
2.16
—
2.16
2.24
2.16
—
2.76
2.24
2.16
—
3.73
3.73
3.73
—
5.60
5.60
5.60
—
7.46
7.46
7.46
28.8
28.8
28.8
23.8
28.8
28.8
28.8
23.8
—
28.8
28.8
23.8
—
28.8
28.8
23.8
—
28.8
28.8
23.8
—
29.1
29.1
23.8
—
29.1
29.3
23.8
—
29.1
29.3
23.8
1.36
1.36
0.68/0.68
0.90/0.90
1.13/1.13
1.59/1.59
2.04/2.04
2.27/2.27
2.30
2
15/20
2.77
2
18/24
591
591
R-22
Enhanced Copper Tubes, Aluminum Sine-Wave Fins
2999
0.93
0.93
1.64
1.85
2
2
2
2
9/9
9/12
12/16
13/18
Face...50/50
670
591
591
670
0.62
1
12/12
—
591
0.77
1
15/15
—
591
0.62
1...355
0.62
1...355
0.62
1...355
1.24
1...394
0.62
2...335
0.62
2...335
0.62
2...335
1.24
2...335
1207
1.24
1...394
1.24
1...394
1.39
1...394
1.39
1...394
1.24
2...335
1.24
2...335
1.39
2...493
1.39
2...493
1034
31.4
0.031
1...11/8
52.6
0.052
1...11/8
2...11/8
1...5/8
1...21/2
1...11/2
1...11/2
1...11/2
1...11/2
1...11/2
4...406 x 610 x 51
Access Location
LEGEND
DX — Direct Expansion
TXV — Thermostatic Expansion Valve
*Units are shipped without refrigerant charge.
6
2...11/8
2...11/8
2...5/8
1...21/2
1...11/2
54.1
0.054
2...11/8
2...13/8
2...13/8
1...2
1...2
1...11/4
ODM/1 IDF
Throwaway — Factory Supplied
4...406 x 508 x 51
4...406 x 610 x 51
Either Side
4...508 x 610 x 51
4...508 x 635 x 51
Table 1E — 40RMQ Physical Data, SI — Heat Pump Units
UNIT 40RMQ
NOMINAL CAPACITY (kW)
OPERATING WEIGHT (kg)
Base Unit with TXV
Plenum
FANS
Qty...Diam. (mm)
Nominal Airflow (L/s)
Airflow Range (L/s)
Nominal Motor kW (Standard Motor)
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60 and 460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50, 400-3-50
Motor Speed (r/s)
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60 and 460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50, 400-3-50
REFRIGERANT
Operating charge (kg)
(approx per circuit)*
DIRECT-EXPANSION COIL
Max Working Pressure (kPag)
Face Area (sq m)
No. of Splits
No. of Circuits per Split
Split Type...Percentage
Rows...Fins/m
STEAM COIL
Max Working Pressure (kPag at 204.4 C)
Total Face Area (sq m)
Rows...Fins/m
HOT WATER COIL
Max Working Pressure (kPag)
Total Face Area (sq m)
Rows...Fins/m
Water Volume
(L)
(m3)
PIPING CONNECTIONS,
Quantity...Size (in.)
DX Coil — Suction (ODF)
DX Coil — Liquid Refrigerant (ODF)
Steam Coil, In (MPT)
Steam Coil, Out (MPT)
Hot Water Coil, In (MPT)
Hot Water Coil, Out (MPT)
Condensate (Male PVC)
FILTERS
Quantity...Size
Access Location
008
26
012
35
016
52
024
70
028
87
175
80
194
80
323
102
326
44
477
44
1...381
1604
1203-2006
1...381
1888
1416-2360
2...381
2831
2124-3539
2...381
3775
2831-4719
2...457
4719
3539-5899
1.79
1.79
1.49
1.79
—
1.79
1.49
2.16
—
2.76
2.24
2.16
—
3.73
3.73
3.73
—
5.60
5.60
5.60
28.8
28.8
28.8
23.8
—
28.8
28.8
23.8
—
28.8
28.8
23.8
R-22
—
29.1
29.1
23.8
—
29.1
29.3
23.8
0.91/0.91
1.36/1.36
1.59/1.59
2.04/2.04
1.36
0.77
1
15
—
3...591
Enhanced Copper Tubes, Aluminum Sine-Wave Fins
2999
0.93
1.64
1.85
2
2
2
9
16
18
Face...50/50
4...591
4...591
4...591
4...591
2.30
2
20
0.62
1...355
0.62
1...355
1207
1.24
1...394
1.24
1...394
1.39
1...394
0.62
2...335
0.62
2...335
1034
1.24
2...335
1.24
2...335
1.39
2...493
31.4
0.031
52.6
0.052
1...11/8
1...5/8
1...21/2
1...11/2
1...11/2
1...11/2
2...11/8
2...5/8
1...21/2
1...11/2
1...11/2
1...11/2
2...11/8
2...5/8
1...21/2
1...11/2
1...2
1...2
2...13/8
1...11/4 ODM/1 IDF
Throwaway — Factory Supplied
4...406 x 508 x 51 4...406 x 610 x 51 4...406 x 610 x 51
4...406 x 610 x 51
4...406 x 610 x 51 4...406 x 508 x 51 4...508 x 635 x 51
Either Side
Right or Left Side
LEGEND
DX — Direct Expansion
TXV — Thermostatic Expansion Valve
*Units are shipped without refrigerant charge.
7
Table 1F — 40RMS Physical Data, SI — Chilled Water Units
UNIT 40RMS
NOMINAL CAPACITY (kW)
OPERATING WEIGHT (kg)
Base Unit
Plenum
FANS
Qty...Diam. (mm)
Nominal Airflow (L/s)
Airflow Range (L/s)
Nominal Motor kW
(Standard Motor)
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60, 460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50, 400-3-50
Motor Speed (r/s)
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60, 460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50, 400-3-50
CHILLED WATER COIL
Max Working Pressure (kPag)
Face Area (sq m) — Upper
Face Area (sq m) — Lower
Rows...Fins/m
STEAM COIL
Max Working Pressure
kPag at 204.4 C)
Total Face Area (sq m)
Rows...Fins/m
HOT WATER COIL
Max Working Pressure (kPag)
Total Face Area (sq m)
Rows...Fins/m
Water Volume
(L)
(m3)
PIPING CONNECTIONS,
Quantity...Size (in.)
Chilled Water — In
Chilled Water — Out
Steam Coil, In (MPT)
Steam Coil, Out (MPT)
Hot Water Coil, In (MPT)
Hot Water Coil, Out (MPT)
Condensate (PVC)
FILTERS
Quantity...Size (mm)
008
26
010
29
012
35
014
43
016
52
024
70
028
87
034
105
177
80
177
80
177
80
300
102
307
102
310
102
469
148
473
148
1...381
1416
1062-1770
1...381
1605
1204-2006
1...381
1888
1416-2360
2...381
2360
1770-2949
2...381
2831
2124-3539
2...381
3775
2831-4719
2...457
4719
3539-5899
2...457
5663
4247-7079
1.79
1.79
1.49
1.79
1.79
1.79
1.49
1.79
—
1.79
1.49
2.16
—
1.79
1.49
2.16
—
2.76
2.24
2.16
—
3.73
3.73
3.73
—
5.60
5.60
5.60
—
7.46
7.46
7.46
28.8
28.8
28.8
23.8
28.8
28.8
28.8
23.8
—
29.1
29.3
23.8
—
29.1
29.3
23.8
0.77
—
3...591
0.84
—
3...591
—
—
—
—
28.8
28.8
28.8
29.1
28.8
28.8
28.8
29.1
23.8
23.8
23.8
23.8
Enhanced Copper Tubes, Aluminum Sine-Waves
2999
0.91
0.77
0.77
1.02
—
0.51
0.77
0.77
3...591
3...591
3...591
3...591
1.15
1.15
3...591
1.44
1.15
3...591
0.62
1...355
0.62
1...355
0.62
1...355
1.24
1...355
0.62
2...335
0.62
2...335
0.62
2...335
1.24
2...335
1207
1.24
1...394
1.24
1...394
1.39
1...394
1.39
1...394
1.24
2...335
1.24
2...335
1.39
2...493
1.39
2...493
1034
31.4
0.031
1...13/8
ODF
1...13/8
ODF
1...13/8
ODF
1...13/8
ODF
1...21/2
1...11/2
1...11/2
1...11/2
52.6
0.052
2...13/8
ODF
2...13/8
ODF
1...11/2
1...11/2
4...406 x 610 x 51
Access Location
8
54.1
0.054
2...13/8 ODM 2...13/8 ODM 2...13/8 ODM 2...21/8 ODM 2...21/8 ODM
2...13/8 ODM 2...13/8 ODM 2...13/8 ODM 2...21/8 ODM 2...21/8 ODM
1...21/2
1...11/2
1...2
1...2
1...11/
4 ODM/1 IDF
Throwaway — Factory Supplied
4...406 x 508 x 51
4...406 x 610 x 51
Either Side
4...508 x 610 x 51
4...508 x 635 x 51
LEGEND
TXV — Thermostatic Expansion Valve
NOTES:
1. Dimensions in [ ] are in millimeters.
2.
Direction of airflow.
3. Recommended clearance:
• Rear: 3 in. (76 mm)
• Front: 2 ft, 6 in. (762 mm)
• Right Side: 2 ft, 6 in. (762 mm)
• Left Side: 2 ft, 6 in. (762 mm)
• Local codes or jurisdiction may prevail.
4. Liquid piping not supplied by Carrier.
5. Duct flange is factory supplied and field
installed.
6. 40RMS units may require alternate or additional field-fabricated piping access holes.
UNIT
40RM007
40RM008
40RM012
40RMQ008
40RMQ012
40RMS008
40RMS010
40RMS012
Fig. 1A — Dimensions — Sizes 007-012
9
UNIT WEIGHT
lb (kg)
381 (173)
385 (175)
405 (184)
385 (175)
427 (194)
390 (177)
391 (177)
391 (177)
LEGEND
TXV — Thermostatic Expansion Valve
NOTES:
1. Dimensions in [ ] are in millimeters.
2.
Direction of airflow.
3. Recommended clearance:
• Rear: 3 in. (76 mm)
• Front: 2 ft, 6 in. (762 mm)
• Right Side: 2 ft, 6 in. (762 mm)
• Left Side: 2 ft, 6 in. (762 mm)
• Local codes or jurisdiction may
prevail.
4. Liquid piping not supplied by Carrier.
5. Duct flange is factory supplied and field
installed.
6. 40RMQ016,024 and 40RMS units may
require alternate or additional fieldfabricated piping access holes.
UNIT
40RM014
40RM016
40RM024
40RMQ016
40RMQ024
40RMS014
40RMS016
40RMS024
Fig. 1B — Dimensions — Sizes 014-024
10
UNIT WEIGHT
lb (kg)
670 (304)
685 (311)
690 (313)
713 (323)
720 (326)
661 (300)
677 (307)
683 (310)
LEGEND
TXV — Thermostatic Expansion Valve
NOTES:
1. Dimensions in [ ] are in millimeters.
2.
Direction of airflow.
3. Recommended clearance:
• Rear: 3 in. (76 mm)
• Front: 2 ft, 6 in. (762 mm)
• Right Side: 2 ft, 6 in. (762 mm)
• Left Side: 2 ft, 6 in. (762 mm)
• Local codes or jurisdiction may prevail.
4. Liquid piping not supplied by Carrier.
5. Duct flange is factory supplied and field
installed.
6. 40RMQ028 and 40RMS may require alternate or additional field fabricated piping
access holes.
UNIT
40RM028
40RM034
40RMQ028
40RMS028
40RMS034
Fig. 1C — Dimensions — Sizes 028,034
11
UNIT WEIGHT
lb (kg)
1020 (463)
1030 (467)
1050 (477)
1035 (469)
1042 (473)
40RM
–
016
––
B
5
0
1
GC
Factory-Installed Options
GC – Unpainted, Standard Motor,
and Standard Drive
HC – Unpainted, Standard Motor,
and Medium-Static Drive
(Not available for 60 Hz 028 size
or 50 Hz 016-028 sizes)
TC – Unpainted, Alternate Motor,
and Medium-Static Drive
(60 Hz 028 size and
50 Hz 016-028 sizes)
YC – Unpainted, Alternate Motor, and
High-Static Drive*
ED – Painted, Standard Motor, and
Standard Drive
FD – Painted, Standard Motor, and
Medium-Static Drive
(Not available for 60 Hz 028 size
or 50 Hz 016-028 sizes)
RD – Painted, Alternate Motor, and
Medium-Static Drive
(60 Hz 028 size and
50 Hz 016-028 sizes)
WD – Painted, Alternate Motor,
and High-Static Drive*
40RM – Commercial Packaged
Air Handler
Cooling Coil
– – Direct Expansion
Q – Direct Expansion for Heat Pump Duty
S – Chilled Water
Nominal Capacity – Tons (kW)
007 – 6 (21)
016 – 15 (52)
008 – 7-1/2 (26)
024 – 20 (70)
010 – 8-1/2 (29)
028 – 25 (87)
012 – 10 (35)
034 – 30 (105)
014 – 12-1/2 (43)
Not Used
Expansion Device
– – None (40RMS)
B – Thermostatic Expansion Valves (40RM, 40RMQ)
H – TXV with High Capacity, 4 Row Coil
Voltage Designation (V-Ph-Hz)
1 – 575-3-60
8 – 230-3-50
3 – 208/230-1-60
9 – 400-3-50
(007-010 sizes only)
5 – 208/230-3-60
6 – 208/230/460-3-60 (all sizes 007-014;
size 016 except YC and WD options)
460-3-60 (sizes 016 with YC or WD options
and all size 024-034 units)
Packaging
1 – Standard Domestic
3 – Standard Export
Revision Number
0 – Original
LEGEND
TXV — Thermostat Expansion Valve
*YC and WD option codes for all 034 size units and 008, 010 size units with 208/230-1-60
power designate standard motor and high-static drive.
NOTE: See the following table for the sizes available for each unit.
UNIT
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
007
X
008
X
X
X
010
X
012
X
X
X
014
X
X
016
X
X
X
024
X
X
X
028
X
X
X
034
X
X
Fig. 2 — Model Number Nomenclature
LEGEND
TXV — Thermostatic Expansion Valve
Fig. 3 — Foam Block Location
12
Unit Positioning — The unit can be mounted on the
floor for vertical application with return air entering the face of
the unit and supply air discharging vertically through the top of
the unit. The unit can also be applied in a horizontal arrangement with return air entering horizontally and the supply air
discharging horizontally. When applying the unit in a horizontal arrangement, ensure the condensate drain pan is located at
the bottom center of the unit for adequate condensate disposal.
See Fig. 4 for condensate connections for each unit position.
Typical positioning and alternate return air locations are
shown in Fig. 4. Alternate return air locations can be used by
moving the unit panel from the alternate return air location to
the standard return air location. Refer to overhead suspension
accessory drawing (Fig. 5) for preferred suspension technique.
The unit needs support underneath to prevent sagging.
LEGEND
Accessory Line
Alternate Air Intake and Discharge
Air Intake and Discharge
Fig. 4 — Typical Unit Positioning
IMPORTANT: Do NOT attempt to install unit with return
air entering top panel of unit. Condensate will not drain
from unit.
External TXV equalizer connections are provided and
factory-brazed into the coil suction manifolds.
If suction line must be horizontal, clamp bulb to suction line
at least 45 degrees above bottom, at approximately the
4 o’clock or 8 o’clock position. See Fig. 9.
NOTE: The 40RMQ units are supplied with factory-installed
thermostatic expansion valves and check valve bypasses. No
extra piping connections or kits are required to install the
40RMQ with a 38AQS condensing unit in a heat pump
system, however, some field supplied components may be
required. See the following two sections.
38AQS008/40RMQ008 HEAT PUMP SYSTEM PIPING — Addition of a liquid solenoid valve (LLSV) is recommended when the piping system length exceeds 75 feet. The
LLSV must be a bi-flow type suited for use in heat pump
systems. The recommended valve is Sporlan model CB14S2
(5/8-in. ODF, 7/8-in. ODM) available from the Replacement
Components Division as part number EF23JS-214. This solenoid valve requires Sporlan part no. MKC-2 coils that must be
purchased locally. Wire the solenoid valve in parallel with the
compressor contactor coil.
The LLSV must be installed at the outdoor unit with the
flow arrow pointed toward the outdoor unit (in-flow direction
for the heating mode.)
38AQS DUPLEX/40RMQ024 HEAT PUMP SYSTEM
PIPING — Two 38AQS012 heat pump condensing units may
be connected in a duplex arrangement with the 40RMQ024.
See Fig. 10. Ensure that the lower circuit of the 40RMQ coil is
the first on/last off by connecting to the “A” condensing unit
and by configuring the controls so that the “A” condensing unit
is the first on/last off.
38AQS012/016 DUPLEX/40RMQ028 HEAT PUMP SYSTEM PIPING — One 38AQS012 and one 38AQS016 heat
pump condensing unit may be connected in a duplex arrangement with the 40RMQ028. See Fig. 10. The 40RMQ028 has a
60/40 face split coil. Ensure that the larger coil section is connected to the 38QAS016 and the smaller coil section is connected to the 38AQS012. In addition, ensure that the lower circuit of the 40RMQ coil is the first on/last off by connecting to
the “A” condensing unit and by configuring (see 38AQS size
012-016 installation instructions for more information) the
controls so that the “A” condensing unit is the first on/last off.
FILTER DRIER REQUIREMENTS FOR 38AQS012/
40RMQ012,
38AQS016/40RMQ016,
38AQS012/
40RMQ024 AND 38AQS012,016/40RMQ028 HEAT PUMP
SYSTEMS — The 38AQS012 and 016 units do not include
filter driers. Filter driers must be field-supplied and installed in
38AQS012/40RMQ012, 38AQS016/40RMQ016, 38AQS012/
40RMQ024 and 38AQS012,016/40RMQ028 systems. The
filter driers used with these systems must be bi-flow types suited for use in heat pump applications. The Replacement Component Division part numbers listed in Fig. 11 are recommended and available for field installation.
Unit Isolation — Where extremely quiet operation is
essential, install isolators between floor and base of unit, or
between ceiling and top section of unit.
Be sure that unit is level and adequately supported. Use
channels at front and sides of unit for reference points when
leveling.
Refrigerant and Chilled Water Piping
Access — The 40RM Series units come with standard
knockouts for refrigerant and chilled water piping. These
knockouts are located on both sides of the unit for installation
flexibility. The standard knockouts provide sufficient access to
the unit’s coils for all 40RM and some 40RMQ units, however,
for 40RMQ016,028 and 40RMS units, additional holes must
be field-fabricated to accommodate the piping. See Fig. 6 for
the positions and dimensions of the additional access holes required for these units, including hole diameters and drilling
dimensions. Recommended access hole use is also listed for all
units. Note that Fig. 6 shows the access holes on the controlbox side of the unit; this is the side of the unit with the coil
headers, so it is used most often for piping access.
Refrigerant Piping — See Tables 1A, 1B, 1D, 1E for
refrigerant pipe connection sizes. For ease in brazing, it is recommended that all internal solder joints be made before unit is
placed in final position.
The 40RM and 40RMQ direct-expansion units have internal factory-installed thermostatic expansion valves (TXVs),
distributors, and nozzles for use with R-22. See Table 2 for part
numbers. Knockouts are provided in the unit corner posts for
40RM and 40RMQ008 and 012 refrigerant piping. The
40RMQ016,024 and 028 units requires additional fieldfabricated piping access holes. See Fig. 6, which also lists recommended knockouts and access holes to use for each 40RM
and 40RMQ unit size. Recommended fittings are listed in
Table 3.
The sensor bulb capillary tubes must be routed from the
TXVs inside the unit through one of the piping access holes.
Clamp the TXV sensor bulb on a vertical portion of the suction
line, outside the unit. See Fig. 7.
NOTE: Be sure to remove the styrofoam shipping pad from
the TXV. Verify that it has been removed. See Fig. 3.
IMPORTANT: Never attach the sensor to the suction
manifold. Do NOT mount the sensor on a trapped portion
of the suction line.
The 40RM Series evaporator coils have a face-split design.
Ensure that lower circuit of coil is first on/last off when
connected to the condensing unit and/or system controls. See
Fig. 8.
13
OVERHEAD SUSPENSION ACCESSORY
UNIT SIZES 007-012
UNIT SIZES 014-024
UNIT SIZES 028,034
NOTE: Dimensions in [
Fig. 5 — Preferred Suspension Technique
14
] are millimeters.
UNIT
40RM007,008
40RMQ008
40RM012-034
40RMQ012
40RMS008-012
40RMS014-024
40RMQ016,024,028
40RMS028,034
USE HOLE
NUMBERS
FIELD-FABRICATED HOLE DIAMETERS,
in. (mm)
No. 5
No. 6
No. 7
No. 8
1, 3
1, 2, 3, 4
4, 5
4, 5, 6, 7
3*, 5, 6, 7
5, 6, 7, 8
13/4
13/4
11/8
21/2
A
FIELD-FABRICATED HOLE POSITION
DIMENSIONS, in. (mm)
B
C
D
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
13/4 (44.5)
11/8 (28.6)
21/2 (63.5)
—
13/4 (44.5)
13/4 (44.5)
21/2 (63.5)
—
—
—
21/2 (63.5)
6.25 (158.8)
3.0 (76.2)
3.25 (82.6)
6.0 (152.4)
—
6.0 (152.4)
6.125 (155.6)
9.625 (244.5)
—
10.5 (266.7)
10.38 (263.7)
13.38 (339.9)
—
—
—
17.0 (431.8)
(44.5)
(44.5)
(28.6)
(63.5)
*Must be enlarged from 11/8 in. to 13/4 inches.
NOTE: Access hole knockouts 1-4 are factory-supplied.
Fig. 6 — Refrigerant and Chilled Water Piping Access Holes
FIRST ON/LAST OFF = B
VERTICAL INSTALLATION
LEGEND
TXV — Thermostatic Expansion Valve
NOTE: Component location arrangement shown for field installation of
sight glasses, solenoid valves, filter driers, and TXV sensing bulbs. The
TXVs and equalizer lines are factory installed.
FIRST ON/LAST OFF = A
HORIZONTAL INSTALLATION
Fig. 7 — Face-Split Coil Suction and
Liquid Line Piping (Typical)
Fig. 8 — Typical Evaporator Coil Connections
(40RM, 40RMQ)
15
LEGEND
TXV — Thermostatic Expansion Valve
RECOMMENDED FILTER DRIERS
(38AQS012,016/40RMQ SYSTEMS)
LEGEND
TXV — Thermostatic Expansion Valve
NOTE: The 8 o’clock position is shown above.
UNIT
38AQS
Fig. 9 — TXV Sensing Bulb Location
012
016
LIQUID
LINE
SIZE
(in.)
1/
2
5/
8
1/
2
5/
8
PART NO.
QUANTITY
REQUIRED
FIGURE
REFERENCE
P504-8084S
P504-8165S
P504-8084S
P504-8085S
2
1
2
2
A
B
A
A
5/8
P504-8165S
2
A
5/8
P502-8305S
2
A
Duplex
012,012
Duplex
012,016
Fig. 11 — Filter Drier Requirements —
Heat Pump Systems
DISCONNECT
PER NEC
ELECTRIC
HEATER
ACCESSORY
24 V
CONTROL
WIRE
40RMQ024
UNIT
FUSED
DISCONNECT
SWITCH*
CONDENSING
UNIT B
BULB CAPILLARY
TUBES
8 DIAMS
MIN
RETURN
AIR
SIGHT
GLASS*
FILTER
DRIER*
SUBBASE
ACCESSORY
INSULATED
VAPOR LINE
15 DIAMS
MIN
10 DIAMS
MIN
CONDENSATE
DRAIN
LEGEND
NEC — National Electrical Code
TXV — Thermostatic Expansion Valve
Piping
FUSED
DISCONNECT
SWITCH*
INSULATED
VAPOR LINE
*Field supplied.
NOTES:
1. All piping must follow standard refrigerant piping techniques. Refer to
Carrier System Design Manual for details.
2. All wiring must comply with the applicable local and national codes.
3. Wiring and piping shown are general points-of-connection guides only
and are not intended for, or to include all details for, a specific installation.
4. Filter driers must be bi-flow type suited for heat pump duty.
5. Condensing unit A should be the first on and last off and be connected to
the lower half of the coil.
6. Internal factory-supplied TXVs not shown.
LIQUID
LINE
Fig. 10 — Typical Installation — 40RMQ024,028
16
LIQUID
LINE
CONDENSING
UNIT A
Table 2 — Factory-Installed Nozzle and Distributor Data
UNIT
COIL
TYPE
TXV
Qty...Part No.
FEEDER TUBES
PER DISTRIBUTOR*
Qty...Size (in.)
12...1/4
DISTRIBUTOR
Qty...Part No.
NOZZLE
Qty...Part No.
40RM007
3, 4 Row
1...TDEBX8
1...1116
40RM008
3, 4 Row
1...TDEBX8
1...1126
15...1/4
1...C6
—
1...TDEBX8
1...1657
15...1/4
1...C6
3, 4 Row
2...TDEX6
2...1115
9...1/4
2...E4
—
2...TDEX4
2...1655
9...1/4
2...E4
2...1115
9...1/4
6...1/4
2...E5
40RMQ008
40RM012
40RMQ012
40RM014
40RM016
40RMQ016
40RM024
40RMQ024
40RM028
40RMQ028
40RM034
3 Row
4 Row
3 Row
4 Row
2...TDEBX8
2...TDEBX8
2...TDEBX8
2...TDEBX8
2...1116
2...1126
—
2...TDEBX8
2...1657
3 Row
4 Row
2...TDEBX11
2...TDEBX11
2...1116
2...1126
—
2...TDEBX11
2...1655
3 Row
4 Row
2...TDEBX11
2...TDEBX11
2...1126
2...1126
—
2...TDEBX11
2...1655
3 Row
4 Row
2...TDEBX16
2...TDEBX16
2...1126
2...1126
12...1/4
16...1/4
16...1/4
13...1/4
18...3/16
18...3/16
15...1/4
20...3/16
20...3/16
18...1/44
24...3/16
1...E5
2...E6
2...C6
2...C6
2...E8
2...C8
2...E8
2...C10
2...C15
2...E15
2...C12
2...C17
*Feeder tube size is 1/4 in. (6.35 mm).
NOTE: Hot gas bypass applications require field-supplied auxiliary side connector.
Table 3 — Fitting Requirements
UNIT
ACCESS
HOLE NO.*
CONNECTION
TYPE
CIRCUIT
1
Suction
—
3
Liquid
—
1
Suction
—
3
Liquid
—
4
Return
—
5
Supply
—
1
Suction
Lower
2
Liquid
Lower
3
Liquid
Upper
4
Suction
Upper
1
Suction
Lower
2
Liquid
Lower
3
Liquid
Upper
4
Suction
Upper
40RM
007
40RM
40RMQ
008
40RMS
008-012
40RM
012
40RMQ
012
*See Fig. 6 for access hole location by number.
†Fittings are listed in order from header or tee stub connection out to access hole in corner support post.
17
FITTINGS REQUIRED†
(in.)
11/8 Street Elbow
11/8 Nipple, 105/8 L
11/8 Long Radius Elbow
5/ Street Elbow
8
5/ Nipple, 85/ L
8
8
5/ Long Radius Elbow
8
11/8 Street Elbow
11/8 Nipple, 85/8 L
11/8 Long Radius Elbow
5/ Street Elbow
8
5/ Nipple, 85/ L
8
8
5/ Long Radius Elbow
8
13/8 Nipple, 43/8 L
13/8 Long Radius Elbow
13/8 Nipple, 73/8 L
13/8 Long Radius Elbow
13/8 Nipple, 65/8 L
13/8 Long Radius Elbow
(2) 11/8 Street Elbow
5/ Street Elbow
8
5/ Nipple, 81/ L
8
2
5/ Long Radius Elbow
8
5/ Street Elbow
8
5/ Nipple, 131/ L
8
2
5/ Long Radius Elbow
8
11/8 Nipple, 53/4 L
11/8 Long Radius Elbow
11/8 Nipple, 12 L
11/8 Long Radius Elbow
(2) 11/8 Street Elbow
5/ Street Elbow
8
5/ Nipple, 51/ L
8
2
5/ Long Radius Elbow
8
5/ Street Elbow
8
5/ Nipple, 101/ L
8
2
5/ Long Radius Elbow
8
1
5
1 /8 Nipple, 5 /8 L
11/8 Long Radius Elbow
11/8 Nipple, 12 L
11/8 Long Radius Elbow
Table 3 — Fitting Requirements (cont)
UNIT
40RM
014
ACCESS
HOLE NO.*
CONNECTION
TYPE
CIRCUIT
1
Suction
Lower
2
Liquid
Lower
3
Liquid
Upper
4
Suction
Upper
4
Supply
Lower
5
Return
Lower
6
Return
Upper
7
Supply
Upper
1
Suction
Lower
2
Liquid
Lower
3
Liquid
Upper
4
Suction
Upper
3
Suction
Lower
5
Suction
Lower
6
Liquid
Upper
7
Suction
Upper
1
Suction
Lower
2
Liquid
Lower
3
Liquid
Upper
4
Suction
Upper
1
Suction
Lower
2
Liquid
Lower
3
Liquid
Upper
4
Suction
Upper
40RMS
014-024
40RM
016
40RMQ016,
024,028
40RM
024
40RM
028
*See Fig. 6 for access hole location by number.
†Fittings are listed in order from header or tee stub connection out to access hole in corner support post.
18
FITTINGS REQUIRED†
(in.)
11/8 Street Elbow
11/8 Nipple, 75/8 L
11/8 Long Radius Elbow
5/ Street Elbow
8
5/ Nipple, 17/ L
8
16
5/ Long Radius Elbow
8
5/ Street Elbow
8
5/ Nipple, 111/ L
8
2
5/ Long Radius Elbow
8
11/8 Nipple, 55/8 L
11/8 Long Radius Elbow
11/8 Nipple, 13 L
11/8 Long Radius Elbow
13/8 Long Radius Elbow
13/8 Nipple, 33/4 L
13/8 Long Radius Elbow
13/8 Long Radius Elbow
13/8 Nipple, 33/8 L
13/8 Long Radius Elbow
13/8 Long Radius Elbow
13/8 Nipple, 7 L
13/8 Long Radius Elbow
13/8 Long Radius Elbow
13/8 Nipple, 113/4 L
13/8 Long Radius Elbow
11/8 Street Elbow
11/8 Nipple, 23/4 L
11/8 Long Radius Elbow
5/ Street Elbow
8
5/ Nipple, 13/ L
8
8
5/ Long Radius Elbow
8
5/ Street Elbow
8
5/ Nipple, 111/ L
8
2
5/ Long Radius Elbow
8
11/8 Nipple, 55/8 L
11/8 Long Radius Elbow
11/8 Nipple, 13 L
11/8 Long Radius Elbow
11/8 Nipple, 3 L
11/8 Long Radius Elbow
5/ Nipple, 27/ L
8
8
5/ 45° Elbow
8
5/ Nipple, 15/ L
8
8
5/ Long Radius Elbow
8
5/ Nipple, 27/ L
8
8
5/ 45° Elbow
8
5/ Nipple, 41/ L
8
4
5/ Long Radius Elbow
8
11/8 Nipple, 5 L
11/8 45° Elbow
11/8 Nipple, 83/4 L
11/8 Long Radius Elbow
11/8 Street Elbow
11/8 Nipple, 75/8 L
11/8 Long Radius Elbow
5/ Street Elbow
8
5/ Nipple, 61/ L
8
2
5/ Long Radius Elbow
8
5/ Street Elbow
8
5/ Nipple, 91/ L
8
2
5/ Long Radius Elbow
8
11/8 Nipple, 55/8 L
11/8 Long Radius Elbow
11/8 Nipple, 11 L
11/8 Long Radius Elbow
13/8 Street Elbow
13/8 Nipple, 11 L
13/8 Long Radius Elbow
5/ Street Elbow
8
5/ Nipple, 11/ L
8
2
5/ Long Radius Elbow
8
5/ Street Elbow
8
5/ Nipple, 193/ L
8
4
5/ Long Radius Elbow
8
13/8 Nipple, 43/16 L
13/8 Long Radius Elbow
13/8 Nipple, 231/4 L
13/8 Long Radius Elbow
Table 3 — Fitting Requirements (cont)
UNIT
ACCESS
HOLE NO.*
CONNECTION
TYPE
CIRCUIT
5
Supply
Lower
6
Return
Lower
7
Return
Upper
8
Supply
Upper
1
Suction
Lower
2
Liquid
Lower
3
Liquid
Upper
4
Suction
Upper
40RMS
028, 034
40RM
034
FITTINGS REQUIRED†
(in.)
21/8 Long Radius Elbow
21/8 Nipple, 31/2 L
21/8 Long Radius Elbow
21/8 Long Radius Elbow
21/8 Nipple, 3 L
21/8 Long Radius Elbow
21/8 Long Radius Elbow
21/8 Nipple, 67/8 L
21/8 Long Radius Elbow
21/8 Long Radius Elbow
21/8 Nipple, 117/8 L
21/8 Long Radius Elbow
13/8 Street Elbow
13/8 Nipple, 3 L
13/8 Long Radius Elbow
5/ Street Elbow
8
5/ Nipple, 73/ L
8
4
5/ Long Radius Elbow
8
5/ Street Elbow
8
5/ Nipple, 181/ L
8
2
5/ Long Radius Elbow
8
13/8 Nipple, 43/16 L
13/8 Long Radius Elbow
13/8 Nipple, 191/4 L
13/8 Long Radius Elbow
*See Fig. 6 for access hole location by number.
†Fittings are listed in order from header or tee stub connection out to access hole in corner support post.
Chilled Water Piping — See Tables 1C and 1F for
To size, design, and install chilled water piping, consult the
Carrier System Design manual. See Fig. 12 for an example of a
typical installation. Recommended fittings are listed in Table 3.
To access 40RMS coil vents and drains, remove the unit
side panel over the coil header. Vent and drain plugs are on the
top and bottom of header, respectively. See the Service section
for information on preventing coil freeze-up during winter.
chilled water connection sizes. For ease in brazing, it is recommended that all internal solder joints be made before unit is
placed in final position.
Knockouts are provided in the unit corner posts for 40RM
and 40RMQ refrigerant piping; additional field-fabricated access holes are required for 40RMS chilled water piping. See
Fig. 6, which lists recommended knockouts and access holes to
use for each 40RMS unit size.
Fig. 12 — Typical 40RMS Chilled Water Piping
19
Condensate Drain — Install a trapped condensate drain
See Fig. 14. Loosen the 2 screws next to the drain outlet at both
ends of the unit, push drain pan down in the slots near the drain
connection, and up in the slots on the opposite end. Retighten
screws. The pan should have a pitch of at least 1/4-in. over its
length toward the drain connection.
line to unit connection as shown in Fig. 13. The unit drain connection is a PVC stub. See Fig. 14. Some areas may require an
adapter to connect to either galvanized steel or copper pipe.
For these applications, install a field-supplied threaded PVC
adapter.
NOTE: A trap must be installed in the condensate drain line to
ensure that the static pressure of fans is balanced with the
water column in the drain line and that condensate can drain
completely from pan. Without a trap, air can be drawn up drain
line until water level in condensate pan becomes equal to static
pressure created by fans, preventing complete drainage. Conditions will worsen as filters become dirty.
Install clean-out plugs in trap. Pitch drain line downward to
an open floor drain or sump. Provide service clearance around
drain line to permit removal of unit panels. Observe all local
sanitary codes.
As shipped, the unit’s condensate drain pan is NOT sloped
towards the drain connection. The pan slope must be changed
to pitch towards the side of the unit with the drain connection.
Fan Motors and Drives — Motor and drive packages
are factory installed in all units. The standard motor and drive
packages consist of the following items:
1 — fan motor
1 — adjustable motor pulley
1 — fan pulley
1 — fan
belt
(40RM007-012,
40RMQ008-012,
40RMS008-012 units)
2 — matched fan belts (40RM014-034, 40RMS014-034,
40RMQ014-028 units)
For instructions on changing fan rotation, changing drive
speeds and adjusting drives, see Pulley and Drive Adjustment
in the Service section.
Fig. 14 — Drain Pan Slope Adjustment
NOTE: Dimensions in [
] are in millimeters.
Fig. 13 — Condensate Drains
20
Power Supply and Wiring — Check the unit data
460-v, 3-ph, 60 Hz operation can be field-converted to
208/230-v, 3-ph, 60 Hz operation. Rewire the motor according
to the diagram plate on the motor. After reconfiguring the motor, mark the motor specifying 208-v or 230-v operation replacing the 460-v sticker information on the units’ corner post.
Fan motors are factory installed on all units. Indoor-fan contactors are located in the fan contactor box behind the side
access panel (see Fig. 15 and 16). Wire the thermostat to the
24-v control circuit terminal block located in the side of the fan
contactor control box, according to Fig. 17 or the unit label
diagram. If the air handler is part of a split system, complete the
wiring from the condensing unit to the thermostat shown in
Fig. 17.
plate to ensure that available power supply matches electrical
characteristics of the unit. Provide a disconnect switch of size
required to provide adequate fan motor starting current. See
Tables 4-6 for unit electrical data.
Install disconnect switch and power wiring in accordance
with all applicable local codes. See Fig. 15-17 and the unit
label diagram. For units with motor sizes less than 5 Hp
(3.7 kW), connect power wiring to unit with no. 10 ring terminal. For units with motor sizes of 5 Hp (3.7 kW) or more, connect power wiring with 1/4-in. ring terminal.
The 40RM, 40RMQ and 40RMS size 007-016 units (except
40RM016 with YC or WD option) that have motors wired for
105° C 600V
RJ A
FAN DRIVE
PULLEY
13
12
11
W
23
CONDENSATE
DRAIN
CONNECTION
(HORIZONTAL)
WIRE
ACCESS
22
MOTOR
AND DRIVE
FAN
CONTACTOR
BOX
21
FAN SCROLL
COIL
FILTER
ELEMENTS
FILTER
RETAINER
CLIP
TXV BULB
ACCESS
FAN
CONTACTOR
REFRIGERANT/
CHILLED WATER
PIPING ACCESS
24V
TERMINAL
BLOCK
CONDENSATE
DRAIN
CONNNECTION
(VERTICAL)
POWER
WIRING
KNOCKOUT
Fig. 16 — Fan Contactor Box and Terminal Block
(Cover Removed) (Typical)
LEGEND
TXV — Thermostatic Expansion Valve
Fig. 15 — Wiring and Service Access
(Side Panel Removed)
21
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Table 4 — Electrical Data, Standard Motors
UNIT
40RM
007
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
008
40RMS
010
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
012
40RM
40RMS
014
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
016
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
024
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
028
40RM
40RMS
034
FAN MOTOR
V*-PH-Hz
VOLTAGE
LIMITS
Hp (kW)
FLA
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50
400-3-50
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50
400-3-50
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50
400-3-50
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50
400-3-50
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50
400-3-50
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50
400-3-50
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50
400-3-50
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50
400-3-50
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50
400-3-50
187-253
187-253
414-506
518-632
207-253
360-440
187-253
187-253
414-506
518-632
207-253
360-440
187-253
187-253
414-506
518-632
207-253
360-440
187-253
414-506
518-632
207-253
360-440
187-253
414-506
518-632
207-253
360-440
187-253
414-506
518-632
207-253
360-440
187-253
414-506
518-632
207-253
360-440
187-253
414-506
518-632
207-253
360-440
187-253
414-506
518-632
207-253
360-440
1.3 (0.97)
2.4 (1.79)
2.4 (1.79)
1.0 (0.75)
2.4 (1.79)
2.4 (1.79)
2.4 (1.79)
2.4 (1.79)
2.4 (1.79)
2.0 (1.49)
2.4 (1.79)
2.4 (1.79)
2.4 (1.79)
2.4 (1.79)
2.4 (1.79)
2.0 (1.49)
2.4 (1.79)
2.4 (1.79)
2.4 (1.79)
2.4 (1.79)
2.0 (1.49)
2.9 (2.16)
2.9 (2.16)
2.9 (2.16)
2.9 (2.16)
3.0 (2.24)
2.9 (2.16)
2.9 (2.16)
3.7 (2.76)
3.7 (2.76)
3.0 (2.24)
2.9 (2.16)
2.9 (2.16)
5.0 (3.73)
5.0 (3.73)
5.0 (3.73)
5.0 (3.73)
5.0 (3.73)
7.5 (5.59)
7.5 (5.59)
7.5 (5.59)
7.5 (5.59)
7.5 (5.59)
10.0 (7.46)
10.0 (7.46)
10.0 (7.46)
10.0 (7.46)
10.0 (7.46)
7.6
5.8
2.6
1.4
5.2
2.6
11.0
5.8
2.6
2.4
5.2
2.6
11.0
5.2
2.6
2.3
5.2
2.6
5.8
2.6
2.4
7.5
3.4
7.5
3.4
3.8
7.5
3.4
10.6
4.8
3.8
7.5
3.4
14.6/12.8
6.4
5.1
15.2
7.6
21.4/19.4
9.7
7.8
22.8
11.4
28.2/26.8
13.4
10.3
32.2
16.1
See Legend and Notes on page 23.
701
22
POWER SUPPLY
Minimum
MOCP
Circuit Amps
9.5
15
7.3
15
3.3
15
1.7
15
6.5
15
3.3
15
13.8
20
7.3
15
3.3
15
8.0
15
6.5
15
3.3
15
13.8
20
6.5
15
3.3
15
2.9
15
6.5
15
3.3
15
7.5
15
3.3
15
3.0
15
9.4
15
4.3
15
9.4
15
4.3
15
4.8
15
9.4
15
4.3
15
13.3
20
6.0
15
4.8
15
9.4
15
4.3
15
18.3/16.0
30/25
8.0
15
6.4
15
19.0
30
9.5
15
26.9/24.3
45/40
12.1
20
9.8
15
28.5
50
14.3
25
35.3/33.5
60/60
16.8
30
12.9
20
40.3
70
20.1
30
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Table 5 — Electrical Data, Alternate Motors
UNIT
40RM
007
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
008
40RMS
010
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
012
40RM
40RMS
014
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
016
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
024
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
028
FAN MOTOR
V*-PH-Hz
VOLTAGE
LIMITS
Hp (kW)
FLA
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50
400-3-50
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50
400-3-50
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50
400-3-50
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50
400-3-50
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50
400-3-50
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50
400-3-50
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50
400-3-50
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
230-3-50
400-3-50
187-253
187-253
414-506
518-632
207-253
360-440
187-253
187-253
414-506
518-632
207-253
360-440
187-253
187-253
414-506
518-632
207-253
360-440
187-253
414-506
518-632
207-253
360-440
187-253
414-506
518-632
207-253
360-440
187-253
414-506
518-632
207-253
360-440
187-253
414-506
518-632
207-253
360-440
187-253
414-506
518-632
207-253
360-440
2.4 (1.79)
2.9 (2.16)
2.9 (2.16)
2.0 (1.49)
2.4 (1.79)
2.4 (1.79)
2.4 (1.79)
2.9 (2.16)
2.9 (2.16)
3.0 (2.24)
2.9 (2.16)
2.9 (2.16)
2.4 (1.79)
2.9 (2.16)
2.9 (2.16)
3.0 (2.24)
2.9 (2.16)
2.9 (2.16)
3.7 (2.76)
3.7 (2.76)
3.0 (2.24)
5.0 (3.73)
5.0 (3.73)
3.7 (2.76)
3.7 (2.76)
5.0 (3.73)
5.0 (3.73)
5.0 (3.73)
5.0 (3.73)
5.0 (3.73)
5.0 (3.73)
5.0 (3.73)
5.0 (3.73)
7.5 (5.59)
7.5 (5.59)
7.5 (5.59)
7.5 (5.59)
7.5 (5.59)
10.0 (7.46)
10.0 (7.46)
10.0 (7.46)
10.0 (7.46)
10.0 (7.46)
11.0/11.0
7.5
3.4
2.4
5.2
2.6
11.0
7.5/7.5
3.4
3.8
7.5
3.4
11.0
7.5
3.4
3.8
7.5
3.4
10.5/10.5
4.8
3.8
15.2
7.6
10.2
4.8
5.1
15.2
7.6
14.6/12.8
6.4
5.1
15.2
7.6
21.5/19.4
9.7
7.8
22.8
11.4
28.2/26.8
13.4
10.3
32.2
16.1
POWER SUPPLY
Minimum
MOCP
Circuit Amps
13.8/13.8
20
9.4
15
4.3
15
3.0
15
6.5
15
3.3
15
13.8
15
9.4/9.4
15
4.3
15
4.8
15
9.4
15
4.3
15
13.8
20
9.4
15
4.3
15
4.8
15
9.4
15
4.3
15
13.3/13.3
20
6.0
15
4.8
15
19.0
30
9.5
15
12.7
20
6.0
15
6.4
15
19.0
30
9.5
15
18.3/16.0
30/25
8.0
15
6.4
15
19.0
30
9.5
15
26.9/24.3
45/40
12.1
20
9.8
15
28.5
50
14.3
25
35.3/33.5
60/60
16.8
30
12.9
20
40.3
60
20.1
30
Legend and Notes For Tables 4 and 5
LEGEND
FLA
— Full Load Amps
MOCP
— Maximum Overcurrent Protection
*Motors are designed for satisfactory operation within 10% of nominal voltages shown. Voltages should not exceed the limits shown in the Voltage Limits column.
NOTES:
1. Minimum circuit amps (MCA) and MOCP values are calculated in accordance with NEC (National Electrical Code), Article 440.
2. Motor FLA values are established in accordance with UL (Underwriters’
Laboratories) Standard 1995.
3. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is
greater than 2%. Use the following formula to determine the percentage of
voltage imbalance.
max voltage deviation from average voltage
= 100 x
average voltage
Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
(AB) 397 – 393 = 4 v
(BC) 403 – 397 = 6 v
(AC) 397 – 396 = 1 v
Maximum deviation is 6 v.
Determine percent voltage imbalance.
6
% Voltage Imbalance = 100 x
397
= 1.5%
This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory because it is below the maximum allowable 2%.
IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than
2%, contact your local electric utility company immediately.
EXAMPLE: Supply voltage is 400-3-50.
AB = 393 v
BC = 403 v
AC = 396 v
393 + 403 + 396
3
1192
=
3
= 397
Average Voltage =
23
701
EQUIP
GND
HC
HTR
IFC
IFM
TB
T’STAT
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Equipment
Ground
Heating Contactor
Electric Heater
Indoor-Fan Contactor
Indoor-Fan Motor
Terminal Block
Thermostat
Factory Wiring
Field Control Wiring
NOTE: Use copper conductors only.
Fig. 17 — Unit Wiring
Table 6 — Fan Contactor Coil Data
UNIT
40RM, 40RMQ
40RMS
007-034
VOLTAGE
(vac)
24
MAXIMUM
HOLDING
VA
10
Connecting Ductwork — Refer to the Carrier System
Design Manual for the recommended design and layout of
ductwork. Figure 18 shows recommended duct connection to
units with 2 fans.
DISCHARGE CONNECTIONS — Duct flanges are factory supplied; they are shipped inside the unit attached to the
hairpin end of the coil tube sheet for field installation. Using
the existing screws, install the duct flanges on the unit’s fan
deck. Each fan discharge requires 2 flanges; each flange must
be bent in the middle to conform to the discharge opening. See
Fig. 19. After flanges are installed, connect them to the supply
duct using a canvas connection to prevent vibration. It is important that this connection be properly fabricated to prevent
high air friction losses and air noise.
RETURN CONNECTION — When using return-air ductwork, route return-air duct to the unit’s return air inlet near the
filter rack, using a canvas connection to prevent transmission
of unit vibration. If the duct blocks off the unit’s access panel,
provide a slip joint in the ductwork to permit removal for
servicing.
OUTDOOR-AIR INLET CONNECTION — Connect outdoorair inlet to field-installed accessory economizer. Refer to
economizer Installation Instructions.
Return-Air Filters — Type and size of filters are shown
in Tables 1A-1F and are factory-supplied and installed. In all
units with 2 fans, a filter replacement tool (hook) is shipped
inside the unit for field use when replacing filters. See the Service section for instructions on filter element replacement.
Fig. 18 — Typical Fan Discharge Connections
for Multiple Fan Units
24
Fig. 19 — Duct Flange Installation
START-UP
Fan Shaft Bearings — Bearings on 007-012 size units
are sealed, permanently lubricated bearings that require no
further lubrication. Size 014-034 units have pillow-block bearings (Fig. 20) that must be lubricated with suitable bearing
grease approximately every 3 months. See Table 7 for suitable
lubricants.
Before starting unit, check the following and correct as necessary:
• Is unit solidly supported?
• Is fan adjusted for speed and pulley alignment?
• Are pulleys, motor, and bearings securely mounted?
• Are there any loose parts that will rattle or vibrate?
• Is condensate drain pan pitched for correct drainage?
• Are coil baffle plates tight against coil to prevent air
bypass?
• Are all panels securely fastened?
• Are all electrical connections correct and tight?
Also refer to condensing unit instructions before starting a
split system. A split system start-up checklist is provided in the
back of these instructions.
Table 7 — Lubricant Data
MANUFACTURER
Mobil
Sunoco
Texaco
Texaco
LUBRICANT
Mobilplex EP No. 2
Prestige 42
Multifak 2
Regal AFB-2*
*Preferred lubricant because it contains rust and oxidation inhibitors.
SERVICE
Inspection and maintenance should be performed at regular
intervals and should include the following:
• Complete cleaning of cabinet, fan wheel, cooling coil,
condensate pan and drain, heating coils, and return-air
grille (if present).
• Inspection of panels and sealing of unit against air
leakage.
• Adjustment of fan motor, belt, bearings, and wheels.
• Cleaning or replacement of filters.
• Testing for cooling/heating system leaks.
• Checking of all electrical connections.
Most unit service can be performed by removing one or
both of the unit’s side panels. Coil cleaning or removal or insulation cleaning may require removal of a rear, top, or bottom
panel, depending on the unit’s orientation. When service is
completed, replace unit panels.
Panels — Panels are fastened to unit frame with sheet metal
Fig. 20 — Fan Shaft, Bearings, and Fan Wheel
(Typical)
screws. Fan and coil compartment must be sealed tightly after
service to prevent air from bypassing the cooling coil.
Fan Motor Lubrication — Fan motor supplied with
unit is permanently lubricated and requires no further
lubrication.
25
Centering Fan Wheel — If fan and fan shaft assembly
are not properly centered, blades may scrape against scroll or
may create an objectionable whistling noise. It may be necessary to adjust individual fan wheels or move entire fan shaft.
See the following two sections.
Individual Fan Wheel Adjustment — Loosen the
Fan Shaft Position Adjustment — Loosen setscrew or locking collar of each fan shaft bearing. Slide shaft
into correct position and replace locking collar (Fig. 21). To replace locking collar, push collar up against inner face of bearing. Turn collar in direction of fan rotation until tight, and tighten setscrew. Tightening locking collar in direction of fan rotation results in further tightening of collar should setscrew work
itself loose.
Fan Belts — Motor mounting plate and motor support an-
2 locking bolts holding fan wheel hub to shaft. See Fig. 20.
Position fan wheel in center of the fan housing and tighten
locking bolts. Clearance between wheel and housing should be
the same on both sides.
gles are slotted to permit both vertical and horizontal adjustment. Adjust belt(s) for correct deflection by loosening motor
plate mounting bolts, moving motor/plate assembly forward or
back, and retightening bolts. Press down on belt with one finger midway between fan and motor pulleys to check deflection.
For units with motor sizes up to and including 3.7 Hp
(2.76 kW), correct deflection is 3/16-in. (4.8 mm). For larger
motor sizes, correct deflection is 1/8-in. (3.2 mm). See Fig. 22.
NOTE: The 028 and 034 size units with 60 Hz motors
(standard or medium static drive) are shipped with an extra set
of belts. Use the preinstalled belts or extra belts depending on
the adjustable pulley setting.
If complete belt replacement is required during servicing,
loosen the motor plate mounting bolts (Fig. 22), move motor/
plate assembly towards fan pulley, and pull belt(s) off pulleys.
Reverse the procedure with new bolts and readjust deflection.
Fan Rotation — Correct fan rotation with respect to fan
outlet is shown in Fig. 23.
To reverse the direction of rotation of a 3-phase fan motor,
reverse any 2 of the power leads. Refer to the connection diagram on the inside of motor terminal box cover for proper reversing procedure of single-phase motor.
Fig. 21 — Fan Shaft Bearing
Fig. 22 — Fan Motor Mounting
26
Fig. 23 — Fan Rotation
Fan Pulley Alignment — Align as follows:
1. Loosen setscrews on pulleys.
2. Align pulleys visually and tighten setscrews on fan pulley
to lock it in place.
3. Use the methods shown in Fig. 24 to check proper pulley
alignment.
4. If pulleys are not in correct alignment, loosen the motor
holddown bolts and slide the motor axially until the pulleys are aligned.
5. Tighten motor holddown bolts.
Fig. 24 — Fan Pulley Adjustments
Alternative freeze protection methods follow:
Circulate hot water within the water coil’s supply main
or supplementary space heating.
• Close off supply lines to unit and open a union or fieldsupplied drain valve in the return line.
•
Pulley and Drive Adjustment — To obtain desired
fan speed, refer to the fan motor and drive data in Tables 8A10D and adjust fan motor pulley as follows:
1. Remove belt from fan motor pulley after loosening motor
from motor base.
2. Loosen setscrew in moveable flange of pulley. Screw
moveable flange toward fixed flange to increase the fan
speed and away from fixed flange to reduce speed. Before tightening setscrew, make certain that setscrew is
over nearest flat surface of pulley hub (Fig. 24).
IMPORTANT: Draining from return line will not completely drain water from coils.
•
•
After draining as much water as possible from coils, add
sufficient antifreeze to prevent residual water in the coil
from freezing.
Add a sufficient quantity of non-corrosive antifreeze to
the entire system to prevent all water within the system
from freezing.
Coil Removal — Remove unit panels and corner posts as
Increasing fan speed produces a greater load on motor. Do
not exceed rated capacity of motor.
required. Disconnect coil connections and remove fastening
screws. Remove coil through end or side sections of unit.
Condensate Drains — Keep condensate drains free of
Cleaning Cooling Coil — Remove return-air filters.
dirt and foreign matter.
Remove any heavy dirt that may have accumulated on underside of coil. Coil can be cleaned more easily with a stiff brush,
vacuum cleaner, or compressed air when coil is dry. If coil is
wet or if water is to be used for cleaning, guard against splashing water on electrical components or damaging surrounding
area. Clean coil baffles as applicable and check for tight fit to
be sure air does not bypass coil.
Return-Air Filters — Refer to Replacing Filters section,
page 45, for filter accessibility and removal. Replace with
clean filters of the sizes listed in Tables 1A-1F.
Chilled Water Coil Freeze Protection — Shut off
water supply to unit. Remove side panel of unit and remove
vent and drain plugs in top and bottom of coil header. Drain
coil and blow out remaining water. Reinstall plugs and side
panel.
Cleaning Insulation — The insulation contains an immobilized antimicrobial agent that helps prevent the growth of
bacteria and fungi. Clean the inner surface of the insulation
according to the separate maintenance instructions shipped
with the unit.
27
Table 8A — Fan Motor Data, Standard Motor — English
UNIT
208/230-1-60
Speed (rpm)
Hp
Frame (NEMA)
Shaft Dia (in.)
208/230-3-60 and 460-3-60
Speed (rpm)
Hp
Frame (NEMA)
Shaft Dia (in.)
575-3-60
Speed (rpm)
Hp
Frame (NEMA)
Shaft Dia (in.)
230-3-50 and 400-3-50
Speed (rpm)
Hp
Frame (NEMA)
Shaft Dia (in.)
40RM
007
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
008
40RMS
010
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
012
40RM
40RMS
014
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
016
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
024
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
028
40RM
40RMS
034
1725
1.3
56Y
5/
8
1725
2.4
56Y
5/
8
1725
2.4
56Y
5/
8
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1725
2.4
56Y
5/
8
1725
2.4
56Y
5/
8
1725
2.4
56Y
5/
8
1725
2.4
56Y
5/
8
1725
2.9
56Y
7/
8
1725
3.7
56Y
7/
8
1745
5.0
S184T
11/8
1745
7.5
S213T
13/8
1745
10.0
S215T
13/8
1725
1.0
56
5/
8
1725
2.0
56HZ
7/
8
1725
2.0
56HZ
7/
8
1725
2.0
56HZ
7/
8
1725
3.0
56HZ
7/
8
1725
3.0
56HZ
7/
8
1745
5.0
184T
11/8
1755
7.5
S213T
13/8
1755
10.0
D215T
13/8
1425
2.4
56Y
5/
8
1425
2.4
56Y
5/
8
1425
2.4
56Y
5/
8
1425
2.9
56Y
7/
8
1425
2.9
56Y
7/
8
1425
2.9
56Y
7/
8
1425
5.0
184T
11/8
1425
7.5
S213T
13/8
1425
10.0
S215T
13/8
LEGEND
NEMA — National Electrical Manufacturers Association
Table 8B — Fan Motor Data, Alternate Motor — English
UNIT
208/230-1-60
Speed (rpm)
Hp
Frame (NEMA)
Shaft Dia (in.)
208/230-3-60 and 460-3-60
Speed (rpm)
Hp
Frame (NEMA)
Shaft Dia (in.)
575-3-60
Speed (rpm)
Hp
Frame (NEMA)
Shaft Dia (in.)
230-3-50 and 400-3-50
Speed (rpm)
Hp
Frame (NEMA)
Shaft Dia (in.)
40RM
007
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
008
40RMS
010
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
012
40RM
40RMS
014
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
016
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
024
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
028
1725
2.4
56Y
5/
8
1725
2.4
56Y
5/
8
1725
2.4
56Y
7/
8
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1725
2.9
56Y
7/
8
1725
2.9
56Y
7/
8
1725
2.9
56Y
7/
8
1725
3.7
Y56Y
7/
8
1725
3.7
Y56Y
7/
8
1725
5.0
S184T
11/8
1745
7.5
S213T
13/8
1745
10.0
S215T
13/8
1725
2.0
56HZ
7/
8
1725
3.0
56HZ
7/
8
1725
3.0
56HZ
7/
8
1725
3.0
56HZ
7/
8
1745
5.0
184T
11/8
1745
5.0
184T
11/8
1755
7.5
S213T
13/8
1750
10.0
D215T
13/8
1425
2.4
56Y
7/
8
1425
2.9
56Y
7/
8
1425
2.9
56Y
7/
8
1425
5.0
S184T
7/
8
1425
5.0
S184T
11/8
1425
5.0
S184T
11/8
1425
7.5
S213T
13/8
1425
10.0
S215T
13/8
LEGEND
NEMA — National Electrical Manufacturers Association
28
Table 8C — Fan Motor Data, Standard Motor — SI
UNIT
208/230-1-60
Speed (r/s)
Shaft kW
Frame (NEMA)
Shaft Dia (mm)
208/230-3-60 and 460-3-60
Speed (r/s)
Shaft kW
Frame (NEMA)
Shaft Dia (mm)
575-3-60
Speed (r/s)
Shaft kW
Frame (NEMA)
Shaft Dia (mm)
230-3-50 and 400-3-50
Speed (r/s)
Shaft kW
Frame (NEMA)
Shaft Dia (mm)
40RM
007
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
008
40RMS
010
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
012
40RM
40RMS
014
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
016
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
024
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
028
40RM
40RMS
034
28.75
0.97
56Y
15.9
28.75
1.79
56Y
15.9
28.75
1.79
56Y
15.9
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
28.75
1.79
56Y
15.9
28.75
1.79
56Y
15.9
28.75
1.79
56Y
15.9
28.75
1.79
56Y
15.9
28.75
2.16
56Y
22.2
28.75
2.76
56Y
22.2
29.08
3.73
S184T
28.6
29.08
5.60
S213T
34.9
29.08
7.46
S215T
34.9
28.75
0.746
56
15.9
28.75
1.49
56HZ
22.2
28.75
1.49
56HZ
22.2
28.75
1.49
56HZ
22.2
28.75
2.24
56HZ
22.2
28.75
2.24
56HZ
22.2
29.08
3.73
184T
28.6
29.25
5.60
S213T
34.9
29.25
7.46
S215T
34.9
23.75
1.79
56Y
15.9
23.75
1.79
56Y
15.9
23.75
1.79
56Y
15.9
23.75
2.16
56Y
22.2
23.75
2.16
56Y
22.2
23.75
2.16
56Y
22.2
23.75
3.73
184T
28.6
23.75
5.60
S213T
34.9
23.75
7.46
S215T
34.9
LEGEND
NEMA — National Electrical Manufacturers Association
Table 8D — Fan Motor Data, Alternate Motor — SI
UNIT
208/230-1-60
Speed (r/s)
Shaft kW
Frame (NEMA)
Shaft Dia (mm)
208/230-3-60 and 460-3-60
Speed (r/s)
Shaft kW
Frame (NEMA)
Shaft Dia (mm)
575-3-60
Speed (r/s)
Shaft kW
Frame (NEMA)
Shaft Dia (mm)
230-3-50 and 400-3-50
Speed (r/s)
Shaft kW
Frame (NEMA)
Shaft Dia (mm)
40RM
007
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
008
40RMS
010
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
012
40RM
40RMS
014
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
016
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
024
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
028
28.75
1.79
56Y
15.9
28.75
1.79
56Y
15.9
28.75
1.79
56Y
22.2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
28.75
2.16
56Y
22.2
28.75
2.16
56Y
22.2
28.75
2.16
56Y
22.2
28.75
2.76
Y56Y
22.2
28.75
2.76
Y56Y
22.2
29.08
3.73
S184T
28.6
29.08
5.60
S213T
34.9
29.17
7.46
S215T
34.9
28.75
1.49
56HZ
22.2
28.75
2.24
56HZ
22.2
28.75
2.24
56HZ
22.2
28.75
2.24
56HZ
22.2
29.08
3.73
184T
28.6
29.08
3.73
184T
28.6
29.25
5.60
S213T
34.9
29.17
7.46
D215T
34.9
23.75
1.79
56Y
22.2
23.75
2.16
56Y
22.2
23.75
2.16
56Y
22.2
23.75
3.73
S184T
22.2
23.75
3.73
S184T
28.6
23.75
3.73
S184T
28.6
23.75
5.60
S213T
34.9
23.75
7.46
S215T
34.9
LEGEND
NEMA — National Electrical Manufacturers Association
29
Table 9A — Standard Drive Data, 60 Hz — English
UNIT
MOTOR DRIVE
Motor Pulley Pitch Diameter (in.)
Pulley Factory Setting
Full Turns Open
FAN DRIVE
Pulley Pitch Dia (in.)
Pulley Bore (in.)
Belt No. — Section
Belt Pitch (in.)
FAN SPEEDS (rpm)
Factory Setting
Range
Max Allowable Speed (rpm)
Change per 1/2 Turn of
Moveable Motor Pulley
Flange
MAX FULL TURNS FROM
CLOSED POSITION
SHAFTS CENTER DISTANCE (in.)
40RM
007
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
008
40RMS
010
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
012
40RM
40RMS
014
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
016
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
024
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
028
40RM
40RMS
034
2.4-3.4
2.8-3.8
2.8-3.8
3.4-4.4
2.8-3.8
2.8-3.8
3.7-4.7
4.3-5.3
4.3-5.3
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
8.8
1
1—A
8.8
1
1—A
8.8
1
1—A
8.8
1
1—A
9.0
17/16
1—A
9.0
17/16
1—A
9.4
17/16
2—B
40.3
41.3
41.3
42.3
42.3
42.3
41.8
11.0
115/16
2—B*
(2) 42.8
(2) 43.8
11.0
115/16
2—B*
(2) 42.8
(2) 43.8
568
470-666
1200
647
549-745
1200
647
549-745
1200
764
666-863
1200
632
537-728
1200
632
537-728
1200
771
679-863
1200
752
682-841
1100
752
674-831
1100
19.6
19.6
19.6
19.7
19.1
19.1
15.3
13.1
13.1
5
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
10.4412.32
10.4412.32
10.4412.32
10.4412.32
10.4412.32
10.4412.32
9.1210.99
6.679.43
6.679.43
*Four belts shipped with unit. Use correct set of 2 belts sized according to the pulley setting.
Table 9B — Medium-Static Drive Data, 60 Hz — English
UNIT
MOTOR DRIVE
Motor Pulley Pitch Diameter (in.)
Pulley Factory Setting
Full Turns Open
FAN DRIVE
Pulley Pitch Dia (in.)
Pulley Bore (in.)
Belt No. — Section
Belt Pitch (in.)
FAN SPEEDS (rpm)
Factory Setting
Range
Max Allowable Speed (rpm)
Change per 1/2 Turn of
Moveable Motor Pulley
Flange
MAX FULL TURNS FROM
CLOSED POSITION
SHAFTS CENTER DISTANCE (in.)
40RM
007
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
008
40RMS
010
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
012
40RM
40RMS
014
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
016
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
024
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
028
40RM
40RMS
034
3.4-4.4
3.4-4.4
3.4-4.4
3.4-4.4
3.4-4.4
3.7-4.7
4.3-5.3
4.3-5.3
4.3-5.3
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
8.8
1
1—A
8.0
1
1—A
8.0
1
1—A
8.0
1
1—A
8.2
17/16
1—A
8.6
17/16
1—B
9.4
17/16
2—B
42.3
40.3
40.3
40.3
41.3
41.8
41.8
9.4
115/16
2—B*
(2) 38.8
(2) 39.8
9.4
115/16
2—B*
(2) 38.8
(2) 39.8
764
666-863
1200
841
733-949
1200
841
733-949
1200
841
733-949
1200
820
715-926
1200
842
742-943
1200
881
798-984
1200
881
798-984
1100
881
798-984
1100
19.7
21.6
21.6
21.6
21.1
16.7
15.3
15.3
15.3
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
10.4412.32
10.4412.32
10.4412.32
10.4412.32
10.4412.32
10.4412.32
9.1610.99
6.679.43
6.679.43
*Four belts shipped with unit. Use correct set of 2 belts sized according to the pulley setting.
30
Table 9C — High-Static Drive Data, 60 Hz — English
UNIT
MOTOR DRIVE
Motor Pulley Pitch Diameter (in.)
Pulley Factory Setting
Full Turns Open
FAN DRIVE
Pulley Pitch Dia (in.)
Pulley Bore (in.)
Belt No. — Section
Belt Pitch (in.)
FAN SPEEDS (rpm)
Factory Setting
Range
Max Allowable Speed (rpm)
Change per 1/2 Turn of
Moveable Motor Pulley
Flange
MAX FULL TURNS FROM
CLOSED POSITION
SHAFTS CENTER DISTANCE (in.)
40RM
007
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
008
40RMS
010
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
012
40RM
40RMS
014
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
016
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
024
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
028
40RM
40RMS
034
3.4-4.4
3.4-4.4
3.4-4.4
3.4-4.4
3.7-4.7
4.3-5.3
4.3-5.3
4.3-5.3
4.3-5.3
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
7.0
1
1—A
41.3
6.0*
1
1—A
37.3
6.0
1
1—A
37.3
6.0
1
1—A
37.3
7.4
17/16
1—B
39.8
7.9
17/16
1—B
39.8
7.4
17/16
2—B
36.8
8.6
115/16
2—B
37.8
8.6
115/16
2—B
37.8
961
8381084
1200
1121
9781200*†
1200
1121
9781200†
1200
1121
9781200†
1200
979
8731096
1200
1060
9501171
1200
1118
10141200†
1200
1024
8731075
1100
1024
8731075
1100
24.6
28.7
28.7
28.7
19.4
18.4
19.4
16.7
16.7
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
6
9.1610.99
8.1610.02
6.679.43
6.679.43
10.4412.32
10.4412.32
10.4412.32
10.4412.32
10.4412.32**
*Values for 3-phase motor shown. For single-phase motor, pulley pitch diameter is 7 in. and resulting fan speed is 837-1096 rpm.
†It is possible to adjust drive so that fan speed exceeds maximum allowable. DO NOT exceed
1200 rpm.
**575-v unit has a center distance of 9.16-10.99.
Table 9D — Standard Drive Data, 50 Hz — English
UNIT
MOTOR DRIVE
Motor Pulley Pitch Diameter (in.)
Pulley Factory Setting
Full Turns Open
FAN DRIVE
Pulley Pitch Dia (in.)
Pulley Bore (in.)
Belt No. — Section
Belt Pitch (in.)
FAN SPEEDS (rpm)
Factory Setting
Range
Max Allowable Speed (rpm)
Change per 1/2 Turn of
Moveable Motor Pulley
Flange
MAX FULL TURNS FROM
CLOSED POSITION
SHAFTS CENTER DISTANCE (in.)
40RM
007
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
008
40RMS
010
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
012
40RM
40RMS
014
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
016
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
024
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
028
40RM
40RMS
034
2.4-3.4
2.8-3.8
2.8-3.8
3.4-4.4
3.4-4.4
3.4-4.4
4.3-5.3
4.3-5.3
4.3-5.3
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
8.0
1
1—A
39.3
8.0
1
1—A
39.3
8.0
1
1—A
39.3
8.0
1
1—A
40.3
9.0
17/16
1—A
42.3
9.0
17/16
1—A
42.3
8.6
17/16
1—B
41.8
11.0
115/16
2—B
43.8
11.0
115/16
2—B
43.8
517
428-606
1200
588
499-677
1200
588
449-677
1200
695
606-784
1200
618
538-697
1200
618
538-697
1200
795
713-878
1200
622
557-687
1100
622
557-687
1100
17.8
17.8
17.8
17.8
15.9
15.9
13.8
10.8
10.8
5
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
10.4412.32
10.4412.32
10.4412.32
10.4412.32
10.4412.32
10.44
12.32-
9.1210.99
6.679.43
6.679.43
31
Table 9E — Medium-Static Drive Data, 50 Hz — English
UNIT
MOTOR DRIVE
Motor Pulley Pitch Diameter (in.)
Pulley Factory Setting
Full Turns Open
FAN DRIVE
Pulley Pitch Dia (in.)
Pulley Bore (in.)
Belt No. — Section
Belt Pitch (in.)
FAN SPEEDS (rpm)
Factory Setting
Range
Max Allowable Speed (rpm)
Change per 1/2 Turn of
Moveable Motor Pulley
Flange
MAX FULL TURNS FROM
CLOSED POSITION
SHAFTS CENTER DISTANCE (in.)
40RM
007
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
008
40RMS
010
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
012
40RM
40RMS
014
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
016
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
024
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
028
40RM
40RMS
034
3.4-4.4
3.4-4.4
3.4-4.4
3.4-4.4
3.4-4.4
3.7-4.7
4.0-5.0
4.3-5.3
4.3-5.3
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3.0
2.5
3.0
3.0
8.0
1
1—A
40.3
7.0
1
1—A
41.3
7.0
1
1—A
41.3
6.0
1
1—A
37.3
7.5
17/16
1—A
39.3
7.9
17/16
1—B
39.8
7.0
17/16
2—A
36.8
9.4
115/16
2—B
39.8
9.4
115/16
2—B
39.8
695
606-784
1200
794
692-896
1200
794
692-896
1200
926
808-1045
1200
741
646-836
1200
756
667-848
1200
916
814-1018
1200
728
652-803
1100
728
652-803
1100
17.8
20.4
20.4
23.7
19.0
15.1
20.4
12.6
12.6
5
5
5
5
5
6
5
6
6
9.1610.99
9.1610.99
6.679.43
6.679.43
10.4412.32
10.4412.32
10.4412.32
10.4412.32
10.4412.32
Table 9F — High-Static Drive Data, 50 Hz — English
UNIT
MOTOR DRIVE
Motor Pulley Pitch Diameter (in.)
Pulley Factory Setting
Full Turns Open
FAN DRIVE
Pulley Pitch Dia (in.)
Pulley Bore (in.)
Belt No. — Section
Belt Pitch (in.)
FAN SPEEDS (rpm)
Factory Setting
Range
Max Allowable Speed (rpm)
Change per 1/2 Turn of
Moveable Motor Pulley
Flange
MAX FULL TURNS FROM
CLOSED POSITION
SHAFTS CENTER DISTANCE (in.)
40RM
007
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
008
40RMS
010
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
012
40RM
40RMS
014
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
016
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
024
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
028
40RM
40RMS
034
3.4-4.4
3.4-4.4
3.4-4.4
4.0-5.0
3.4-4.4
4.0-5.0
4.0-5.0
4.3-5.3
4.3-5.3
2.5
2.5
2.5
3.0
2.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
6.0
1
1—A
37.3
5.5
1
1—A
37.3
5.5
1
1—A
37.3
5.5
1
1—A
36.3
6.0
17/16
2—A
36.3
7.0
17/16
2—A
39.3
6.4
17/16
2—A
34.3
8.0
115/16
2—B
36.8
8.6
115/16
2—B
37.8
926
8081045
1200
1010
8811140
1200
1010
8811140
1200
1166
10361200*
1200
926
8081045
1200
916
8141018
1200
1002
8911113
1200
855
766944
1100
795
713878
1100
23.7
25.9
25.9
21.6
23.7
17.0
18.5
14.8
13.8
5
10.4412.32
5
10.4412.32
5
10.4412.32
6
5
6
6
6
6
91610.99
9.16
10.99
9.16
10.99
8.1610.02
6.679.43
6.679.43
*It is possible to adjust drive so that fan speed exceeds maximum allowable. DO NOT
exceed 1200 rpm.
32
Table 9G — Standard Drive Data, 60 Hz — SI
40RM
007
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
008
40RMS
010
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
012
40RM
40RMS
014
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
016
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
024
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
028
40RM
40RMS
034
61.086.4
71.196.5
71.196.5
86.4111.8
71.196.5
71.196.5
94.0119.4
109.2134.6
109.2134.6
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
224
25.4
1—A
224
25.4
1—A
224
25.4
1—A
224
25.4
1—A
229
36.5
1—A
229
36.5
1—A
239
36.5
2—B
1024
1049
1049
1074
1074
1074
1062
279
49.2
2—B*
(2) 1087
(2) 1113
279
49.2
2—B*
(2) 1087
(2) 1113
9.5
7.8-11.1
20.0
10.8
9.2-12.4
20.0
10.8
9.2-12.4
20.0
12.7
11.1-14.4
20.0
10.5
9.0-12.1
20.0
10.5
9.0-12.1
20.0
12.9
11.3-14.4
20.0
12.5
11.4-14.0
18.3
12.5
11.2-13.9
18.3
0.327
0.327
0.327
0.328
0.318
0.318
0.255
0.218
0.218
5
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
265-313
265-313
265-313
265-313
265-313
265-313
232-279
169-240
169-240
UNIT
MOTOR DRIVE
Motor Pulley Pitch Diameter (mm)
Pulley Factory Setting
Full Turns Open
FAN DRIVE
Pulley Pitch Dia (mm)
Pulley Bore (mm)
Belt No. — Section
Belt Pitch (mm)
FAN SPEEDS (r/s)
Factory Setting
Range
Max Allowable Speed (r/s)
Change per 1/2Turn of
Moveable Motor Pulley
Flange
MAX FULL TURNS FROM
CLOSED POSITION
SHAFTS CENTER DISTANCE (mm)
*Four belts shipped with unit. Use correct set of 2 belts sized according to the pulley setting.
Table 9H — Medium-Static Drive Data, 60 Hz — SI
UNIT
MOTOR DRIVE
Motor Pulley Pitch Diameter (mm)
Pulley Factory Setting
Full Turns Open
FAN DRIVE
Pulley Pitch Dia (mm)
Pulley Bore (mm)
Belt No. — Section
Belt Pitch (mm)
FAN SPEEDS (r/s)
Factory Setting
Range
Max Allowable Speed (r/s)
Change per 1/2 Turn of
Moveable Motor Pulley
Flange
MAX FULL TURNS FROM
CLOSED POSITION
SHAFTS CENTER DISTANCE (mm)
40RM
007
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
008
40RMS
010
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
012
40RM
40RMS
014
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
016
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
024
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
028
40RM
40RMS
034
86.4111.8
86.4111.8
86.4111.8
86.4111.8
86.4111.8
94.0119.4
109.2134.6
109.2134.6
109.2134.6
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
224
25.4
1—A
203
25.4
1—A
203
25.4
1—A
203
25.4
1—A
208
36.5
1—A
218
36.5
1—B
239
36.5
2—B
1074
1024
1024
1024
1049
1062
1062
239
49.2
2—B*
(2) 986
(2) 1011
239
49.2
2—B*
(2) 986
(2) 1011
12.7
11.1-14.4
20.0
14.0
12.2-15.8
20.0
14.0
12.2-15.8
20.0
14.0
12.2-15.8
20.0
13.7
11.9-15.4
20.0
14.0
12.4-15.7
20.0
14.7
13.3-16.4
20.0
14.7
13.3-16.4
18.3
14.7
13.3-16.4
18.3
0.328
0.360
0.360
0.360
0.352
0.278
0.255
0.255
0.255
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
265-313
265-313
265-313
265-313
265-313
265-313
232-279
169-240
169-240
*Four belts shipped with unit. Use correct set of 2 belts sized according to the pulley setting.
33
Table 9I — High-Static Drive Data, 60 Hz — SI
UNIT
MOTOR DRIVE
Motor Pulley Pitch Diameter (mm)
Pulley Factory Setting
Full Turns Open
FAN DRIVE
Pulley Pitch Dia (mm)
Pulley Bore (mm)
Belt No. — Section
Belt Pitch (mm)
FAN SPEEDS (r/s)
Factory Setting
Range
Max Allowable Speed (r/s)
Change per 1/2 Turn of
Moveable Motor Pulley
Flange
MAX FULL TURNS FROM
CLOSED POSITION
SHAFTS CENTER DISTANCE (mm)
40RM
007
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
008
40RMS
010
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
012
40RM
40RMS
014
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
016
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
024
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
028
40RM
40RMS
034
86.4111.8
86.4111.8
86.4111.8
86.4111.8
94.0119.4
109.2134.6
109.2134.6
109.2
134.6
109.2134.6
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
178
25.4
1—A
1049
152*
25.4
1—A
947
152
25.4
1—A
947
152
25.4
1—A
947
188
36.5
1—B
1011
201
36.5
1—B
1011
188
36.5
2—B
935
203
49.2
2—B
935
203
49.2
2—B
960
16.0
14.018.1
20.0
18.7
16.320.0*†
20.0
18.7
16.320.0†
20.0
18.7
16.320.0†
20.0
16.3
14.418.3
20.0
17.7
15.819.5
20.0
18.6
16.920.0†
20.0
17.1
14.617.9
18.3
17.1
14.617.9
18.3
0.410
0.478
0.478
0.478
0.323
0.307
0.323
0.278
0.278
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
6
265-313
265-313
265-313
265-313
265-313**
232-279
207-255
169-240
169-240
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
024
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
028
40RM
40RMS
034
*Values for 3-phase motor shown. For single-phase motor, pulley pitch diameter is 178 mm and
resulting fan speed is 14.0-18.3 r/s.
†It is possible to adjust drive so that fan speed exceeds maximum allowable. DO NOT exceed
20 r/s.
**575-v unit has a center distance of 233-279.
Table 9J — Standard Drive Data, 50 Hz — SI
UNIT
MOTOR DRIVE
Motor Pulley Pitch Diameter (mm)
Pulley Factory Setting
Full Turns Open
FAN DRIVE
Pulley Pitch Dia (mm)
Pulley Bore (mm)
Belt No. — Section
Belt Pitch (mm)
FAN SPEEDS (r/s)
Factory Setting
Range
Max Allowable Speed (r/s)
Change per 1/2 Turn of
Moveable Motor Pulley
Flange
MAX FULL TURNS FROM
CLOSED POSITION
SHAFTS CENTER DISTANCE (mm)
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
012
40RM
40RMS
014
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
016
71.196.5
86.4111.8
86.4111.8
86.4111.8
109.2
134.6
109.2134.6
109.2134.6
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
203
25.4
1—A
998
203
25.4
1—A
998
203
25.4
1—A
998
203
25.4
1—A
1024
229
36.5
1—A
1074
229
36.5
1—A
1074
218
36.5
1—B
1062
279
49.2
2—B
1113
279
49.2
2—B
1113
8.6
7.1-10.1
20.0
9.8
8.3-11.3
20.0
9.8
8.3-11.3
20.0
11.6
10.1-13.1
20.0
10.3
9.0-11.6
20.0
10.3
9.0-11.6
20.0
13.3
11.9-14.6
20.0
10.4
9.3-11.5
18.3
10.4
9.3-11.5
18.3
0.297
0.297
0.297
0.297
0.265
0.265
0.230
0.180
0.180
5
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
265-313
265-313
265-313
265-313
265-313
265-313
232-279
169-240
169-240
40RM
007
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
008
40RMS
010
61.0
86.4
71.1
96.5
2.5
34
Table 9K — Medium-Static Drive Data, 50 Hz — SI
UNIT
MOTOR DRIVE
Motor Pulley Pitch Diameter (mm)
Pulley Factory Setting
Full Turns Open
FAN DRIVE
Pulley Pitch Dia (mm)
Pulley Bore (mm)
Belt No. — Section
Belt Pitch (mm)
FAN SPEEDS (r/s)
Factory Setting
Range
Max Allowable Speed (r/s)
Change per 1/2 Turn of
Moveable Motor Pulley
Flange
MAX FULL TURNS FROM
CLOSED POSITION
SHAFTS CENTER DISTANCE (mm)
40RM
007
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
008
40RMS
010
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
012
40RM
40RMS
014
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
016
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
024
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
028
40RM
40RMS
034
86.4
111.8
86.4111.8
86.4111.8
86.4111.8
86.4111.8
94.0119.4
101.6127.0
109.2134.6
109.2
134.6
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3.0
2.5
3.0
3.0
203
25.4
1—A
1024
178
25.4
1—A
1049
178
25.4
1—A
1049
152
25.4
1—A
947
191
36.5
1—A
998
201
36.5
1—B
1011
178
36.5
2—A
922
239
49.2
2—B
1011
239
49.2
2—B
1011
11.6
10.1-13.1
20.0
13.2
11.5-14.9
20.0
13.2
11.5-14.9
20.0
15.4
13.5-17.4
20.0
12.4
10.8-13.9
20.0
12.6
11.1-14.1
20.0
15.3
13.6-17.0
20.0
12.1
10.9-13.4
18.3
12.1
10.9-13.4
18.3
0.297
0.340
0.340
0.395
0.317
0.252
0.340
0.210
0.210
5
5
5
5
5
6
5
6
6
265-313
265-313
265-313
265-313
265-313
232-279
232-279
169-240
169-240
Table 9L — High-Static Drive Data, 50 Hz — SI
UNIT
MOTOR DRIVE
Motor Pulley Pitch Diameter (mm)
Pulley Factory Setting
Full Turns Open
FAN DRIVE
Pulley Pitch Dia (mm)
Pulley Bore (mm)
Belt No. — Section
Belt Pitch (mm)
FAN SPEEDS (r/s)
Factory Setting
Range
Max Allowable Speed (r/s)
Change per 1/2 Turn of
Moveable Motor Pulley
Flange
MAX FULL TURNS FROM
CLOSED POSITION
SHAFTS CENTER DISTANCE (mm)
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
012
40RM
40RMS
014
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
016
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
024
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
028
40RM
40RMS
034
86.4111.8
101.6127.0
86.4111.8
101.6127.0
101.6127.0
109.2134.6
109.2134.6
2.5
2.5
3.0
2.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
140
25.4
1—A
947
140
25.4
1—A
947
140
25.4
1—A
922
152
36.5
2—A
922
178
36.5
2—A
998
163
36.5
2—A
871
203
49.2
2—B
935
218
49.2
2—B
960
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
008
40RMS
010
86.4111.8
86.4111.8
2.5
152
25.4
1—A
947
40RM
007
15.4
16.8
16.8
13.5-17.4 14.7-19.0 14.7-19.0
20.0
20.0
20.0
0.395
0.432
0.432
19.4
17.3-20.0*
20.0
0.360
15.4
15.3
16.7
14.3
13.3
13.5-17.4 13.6-17.0 14.9-18.6 12.8-15.7 11.9-14.6
20.0
20.0
20.0
18.3
18.3
0.395
0.283
0.308
0.247
0.230
5
5
5
6
5
6
6
6
6
265-313
265-313
265-313
234-279
232-279
232-279
207-255
169-240
169-240
*It is possible to adjust drive so that fan speed exceeds maximum allowable. DO NOT
exceed 20 r/s.
35
Table 10A — 40RM,RMQ Standard Fan Performance Data —
0.0-2.4 in. wg External Static Pressure — English
UNIT
007
008
012
014
016
024
028
034
AIRFLOW
(Cfm)
1,800
2,100
2,400
2,700
3,000
2,250
2,600
3,000
3,400
3,750
3,000
3,500
4,000
4,500
5,000
3,750
4,300
5,000
5,700
6,250
4,500
5,300
6,000
6,800
7,500
6,000
7,000
8,000
9,000
10,000
7,500
8,750
10,000
11,250
12,500
15,000
9,000
10,500
12,000
13,500
15,000
0.0
Rpm
399
446
498
544
594
273
322
552
615
671
399
604
680
756
834
394
436
492
550
596
428
488
542
604
660
532
608
686
764
843
456
521
587
653
720
829
521
596
673
751
829
0.2
Bhp
0.19
0.28
0.40
0.55
0.73
0.08
0.15
0.65
0.91
1.20
0.29
0.92
1.33
1.86
2.51
0.40
0.57
0.86
1.23
1.59
0.59
0.92
1.29
1.83
2.42
1.25
1.93
2.83
3.97
5.38
1.29
1.98
2.88
4.03
5.46
8.84
1.99
3.16
4.63
6.51
8.84
Rpm
454
497
541
588
635
493
540
595
653
706
573
641
713
787
861
453
487
535
587
630
475
528
578
637
690
569
641
716
791
868
490
551
614
678
743
850
550
623
698
773
850
Bhp
0.24
0.34
0.47
0.63
0.82
0.37
0.52
0.73
1.01
1.31
0.69
1.02
1.45
1.99
2.67
0.52
0.70
0.99
1.37
1.74
0.70
1.04
1.43
1.99
2.59
1.39
2.09
3.01
4.18
5.62
1.47
2.18
3.11
4.29
5.75
9.19
2.25
3.40
4.90
6.82
9.19
EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE (in. wg)
0.4
0.6
0.8
Rpm
Bhp
Rpm
Bhp
Rpm
Bhp
548
0.35
634
0.47
713
0.60
583
0.46
660
0.59
733
0.73
622
0.60
693
0.74
760
0.89
663
0.78
730
0.93
792
1.09
707
0.99
770
1.15
828
1.32
580
0.49
656
0.62
727
0.76
622
0.66
693
0.81
757
0.96
673
0.91
740
1.07
800
1.24
726
1.21
789
1.40
846
1.59
773
1.53
834
1.74
889
1.95
654
0.86
722
1.03
784
1.19
714
1.22
780
1.42
838
1.61
778
1.68
839
1.91
896
2.14
845
2.26
901
2.52
955
2.78
914
2.96
966
3.25 1016
3.54
558
0.80
643
1.10
717
1.39
586
1.00
670
1.34
742
1.67
623
1.31
704
1.69
775
2.08
664
1.71
740
2.11
809
2.55
700
2.09
770
2.51
837
2.97
570
0.99
656
1.33
730
1.68
609
1.34
689
1.71
762
2.11
649
1.74
721
2.11
791
2.55
700
2.32
763
2.70
826
3.15
747
2.95
804
3.34
861
3.79
639
1.69
711
2.06
781
2.48
702
2.42
763
2.80
824
3.23
770
3.38
823
3.77
876
4.21
841
4.59
888
5.02
935
5.47
914
6.09
957
6.55 1000
7.02
556
1.85
621
2.25
678
2.64
608
2.61
664
3.07
720
3.53
664
3.59
714
4.09
763
4.62
724
4.82
768
5.37
812
5.95
785
6.33
825
6.93
865
7.55
888
9.88
924
10.57
958 11.27
616
2.77
676
3.23
731
3.72
672
3.89
720
4.40
767
4.94
743
5.45
785
6.02
826
6.62
815
7.44
853
8.06
890
8.71
888
9.88
924
10.57
958 11.27
See Legend and Notes on page 44.
36
1.0
Rpm
785
802
824
851
883
794
819
856
899
940
841
892
947
1005
1064
785
806
838
872
899
796
827
855
888
919
846
885
930
982
1042
729
770
812
856
904
991
782
814
867
927
991
Bhp
0.74
0.88
1.05
1.26
1.50
0.92
1.12
1.41
1.78
2.16
1.37
1.81
2.36
3.03
3.82
1.71
2.01
2.47
2.99
3.45
2.02
2.51
3.00
3.64
4.29
2.93
3.71
4.70
5.96
7.53
3.06
3.99
5.15
6.54
8.20
11.99
4.20
5.50
7.23
9.38
11.99
1.2
Rpm
850
867
885
909
937
858
878
910
950
988
896
942
995
1051
1109
848
867
896
929
955
856
886
914
946
975
905
943
983
1030
1084
778
816
857
899
944
1024
829
859
908
963
1024
Bhp
0.89
1.05
1.22
1.44
1.69
1.08
1.29
1.60
1.97
2.37
1.55
2.01
2.58
3.28
4.11
2.04
2.36
2.86
3.43
3.94
2.38
2.92
3.46
4.15
4.83
3.39
4.23
5.24
6.51
8.08
3.60
4.45
5.68
7.14
8.86
12.73
4.70
6.05
7.87
10.07
12.73
Table 10A — 40RM,RMQ Standard Fan Performance Data —
0.0-2.4 in. wg External Static Pressure — English (cont)
UNIT
007
008
012
014
016
024
028
034
AIRFLOW
(Cfm)
1,800
2,100
2,400
2,700
3,000
2,250
2,600
3,000
3,400
3,750
3,000
3,500
4,000
4,500
5,000
3,750
4,300
5,000
5,700
6,250
4,500
5,300
6,000
6,800
7,500
6,000
7,000
8,000
9,000
10,000
7,500
8,750
10,000
11,250
12,500
15,000
9,000
10,500
12,000
13,500
15,000
1.4
Rpm
910
927
944
964
989
918
936
963
998
1034
949
990
1040
1094
1151
909
925
950
981
1007
912
940
968
1000
1028
954
990
1028
1073
1126
831
859
900
941
984
1057
866
902
949
1000
1057
1.6
Bhp
1.04
1.21
1.41
1.63
1.89
1.26
1.48
1.79
2.18
2.58
1.74
2.21
2.80
3.53
4.39
2.37
2.73
3.26
3.88
4.42
2.75
3.33
3.92
4.67
5.39
3.83
4.74
5.79
7.11
8.75
4.41
4.97
6.20
7.73
9.53
13.49
5.20
6.60
8.50
10.78
13.49
Rpm
965
983
999
1018
1039
975
991
1014
1045
1078
1000
1037
1084
1136
1191
968
980
1002
1031
1057
967
992
1018
1050
1078
1005
1040
1078
1120
1166
870
901
939
980
1022
1090
899
942
988
1036
1090
EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE (in. wg)
1.8
2.0
Bhp
Rpm
Bhp
Rpm
Bhp
1.20
1016
1.36
1065
1.52
1.38
1035
1.56
1084
1.74
1.59
1052
1.78
1101
1.98
1.82
1069
2.03
1118
2.24
2.10
1089
2.31
1136
2.53
1.43
1029
1.62
1079
1.80
1.67
1044
1.87
1094
2.07
1.99
1064
2.20
1113
2.42
2.39
1092
2.61
1137
2.83
2.80
1122
3.03
1164
3.27
1.93
1050
2.14
1099
2.36
2.42
1083
2.64
1128
2.86
3.03
1126
3.26
1167
3.50
3.78
1176
4.03
—
—
4.66
—
—
—
—
2.74
1026
3.12
1080
3.51
3.11
1034
3.52
1084
3.92
3.67
1052
4.09
1101
4.53
4.33
1079
4.79
1125
5.25
4.91
1103
5.40
1148
5.90
3.13
1019
3.52
1070
3.92
3.75
1041
4.18
1088
4.61
4.38
1066
4.85
1112
5.32
5.19
1097
5.71
1142
6.23
5.97
1125
6.54
1170
7.11
4.27
1052
4.72
1098
5.22
5.24
1090
5.80
1135
6.30
6.38
1130
7.00
1173
7.60
7.72
1169
8.37
—
—
9.37
—
—
—
—
5.10
913
5.90
950
6.88
5.59
944
6.42
980
7.20
6.74
976
7.33
1013
8.00
8.32
1017
8.90
1052
9.51
10.19
1058
10.84
1093
11.49
14.28
—
—
—
—
5.85
950
6.65
989
7.38
7.14
980
7.70
1016
8.31
9.14
1026
9.76
1062
10.38
11.49
1073
12.21
—
—
14.28
—
—
—
—
See Legend and Notes on page 44.
37
2.2
Rpm
1111
1131
1149
1165
1183
1126
1142
1159
1182
—
1147
1172
—
—
—
1131
1135
1148
1169
1191
1120
1134
1156
1185
—
1142
1176
—
—
—
985
1020
1050
1086
—
—
1029
1051
1095
—
—
2.4
Bhp
1.69
1.92
2.18
2.45
2.76
1.99
2.28
2.64
3.07
—
2.58
3.10
—
—
—
3.92
4.35
4.98
5.73
6.40
4.35
5.06
5.80
6.76
—
5.67
6.84
—
—
—
7.70
8.10
8.82
10.16
—
—
8.32
8.99
11.01
—
—
Rpm
1155
1175
1193
—
—
1172
1188
—
—
—
1192
—
—
—
—
1181
1184
1190
—
—
1168
1179
1198
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1077
1085
—
—
—
Bhp
1.86
2.11
2.38
—
—
2.18
2.49
—
—
—
2.81
—
—
—
—
4.32
4.78
5.44
—
—
4.79
5.52
6.29
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
9.74
9.77
—
—
—
Table 10B — 40RM,RMQ Standard Fan Performance Data —
0-600 kPa External Static Pressure — SI
UNIT
007
008
012
014
016
024
028
034
AIRFLOW
(L/s)
850
990
1130
1270
1420
1060
1230
1420
1600
1770
1420
1650
1890
2120
2360
1770
2030
2360
2690
2950
2120
2500
2830
3210
3540
2830
3300
3780
4250
4720
3540
4130
4720
5310
5900
4250
4960
5660
6370
7080
0
r/s
6.64
7.73
8.30
9.06
9.91
4.55
5.37
9.21
10.25
11.18
6.65
10.06
11.33
12.61
13.90
6.57
7.27
8.20
9.16
9.93
7.13
8.13
9.03
10.07
10.99
8.86
10.14
11.43
12.74
14.05
7.60
8.68
9.78
10.89
12.00
8.68
9.93
11.21
12.51
13.82
50
kW
0.14
0.21
0.30
0.41
0.55
0.06
0.11
0.48
0.68
0.90
0.22
0.68
0.99
1.38
1.87
0.30
0.43
0.64
0.92
1.18
0.44
0.68
0.96
1.37
1.81
0.94
1.44
2.11
2.96
4.01
0.96
1.47
2.15
3.01
4.07
1.48
2.35
3.45
4.85
6.59
r/s
7.56
8.28
9.02
9.79
10.58
8.21
8.99
9.92
10.89
11.76
9.55
10.69
11.88
13.11
14.36
7.54
8.11
8.92
9.79
10.50
7.91
8.80
9.63
10.62
11.50
9.48
10.69
11.93
13.19
14.47
8.16
9.18
10.23
11.30
12.38
9.17
10.38
11.63
12.89
14.17
kW
0.18
0.25
0.35
0.47
0.61
0.27
0.38
0.55
0.75
0.98
0.51
0.76
1.08
1.49
1.99
0.39
0.52
0.74
1.02
1.30
0.52
0.78
1.07
1.48
1.93
1.04
1.56
2.25
3.12
4.19
1.09
1.62
2.32
3.20
4.29
1.68
2.53
3.66
5.08
6.85
EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE (kPa)
100
150
200
r/s
kW
r/s
kW
r/s
kW
9.13
0.26
10.56
0.35
11.88
0.45
9.71
0.34
11.00
0.44
12.22
0.54
10.36
0.45
11.55
0.55
12.67
0.66
11.06
0.58
12.17
0.69
13.20
0.81
11.78
0.74
12.83
0.86
13.80
0.99
9.67
0.37
10.93
0.46
12.11
0.57
10.37
0.49
11.55
0.60
12.62
0.71
11.22
0.67
12.33
0.80
13.33
0.92
12.09
0.90
13.15
1.04
14.10
1.18
12.88
1.14
13.90
1.30
14.82
1.45
10.89
0.64
12.04
0.77
13.06
0.89
11.90
0.91
13.00
1.06
13.97
1.20
12.96
1.25
13.99
1.43
14.93
1.59
14.08
1.68
15.02
1.88
15.92
2.07
15.23
2.21
16.10
2.42
16.94
2.64
9.31
0.60
10.72
0.82
11.95
1.04
9.76
0.75
11.16
1.00
12.36
1.25
10.38
0.98
11.73
1.26
12.91
1.55
11.07
1.27
12.33
1.58
13.48
1.90
11.66
1.56
12.83
1.87
13.95
2.22
9.50
0.74
10.94
0.99
12.17
1.25
10.15
1.00
11.48
1.27
12.70
1.57
10.81
1.30
12.01
1.58
13.18
1.90
11.66
1.73
12.71
2.01
13.77
2.35
12.45
2.20
13.40
2.49
14.35
2.83
10.65
1.26
11.84
1.53
13.01
1.85
11.70
1.81
12.71
2.08
13.73
2.41
12.84
2.52
13.71
2.81
14.60
3.14
14.02
3.43
14.81
3.74
15.59
4.08
15.23
4.54
15.96
4.88
16.66
5.24
9.27
1.38
10.34
1.68
11.30
1.97
10.13
1.94
11.07
2.29
11.99
2.63
11.07
2.67
11.89
3.05
12.72
3.45
12.06
3.59
12.80
4.00
13.53
4.43
13.09
4.72
13.75
5.17
14.41
5.63
10.27
2.07
11.27
2.41
12.19
2.77
11.21
2.90
11.99
3.28
12.78
3.68
12.38
4.07
13.08
4.49
13.76
4.93
13.58
5.54
14.22
6.01
14.83
6.49
14.81
7.36
15.40
7.88
15.97
8.40
See Legend and Notes on page 44.
38
250
r/s
kW
13.08
0.55
13.37
0.66
13.73
0.78
14.19
0.94
14.72
1.12
13.23
0.68
13.65
0.84
14.27
1.05
14.99
1.33
15.67
1.61
14.02
1.02
14.86
1.35
15.78
1.76
16.74
2.26
17.73
2.85
13.09
1.27
13.44
1.50
13.97
1.84
14.53
2.23
14.98
2.58
13.26
1.51
13.78
1.87
14.25
2.24
14.80
2.71
15.31
3.20
14.10
2.19
14.74
2.77
15.49
3.51
16.37
4.45
17.36
5.62
12.15
2.28
12.84
2.97
13.53
3.84
14.27
4.88
15.07
6.11
13.03
3.13
13.56
4.10
14.45
5.39
15.44
6.99
16.52
8.94
300
r/s
kW
14.16
0.66
14.44
0.78
14.76
0.91
15.14
1.07
15.61
1.26
14.30
0.81
14.64
0.96
15.17
1.19
15.83
1.47
16.46
1.77
14.93
1.15
15.70
1.50
16.58
1.92
17.51
2.44
18.48
3.06
14.13
1.52
14.45
1.76
14.93
2.13
15.48
2.56
15.92
2.94
14.26
1.77
14.76
2.18
15.23
2.58
15.76
3.09
16.24
3.60
15.08
2.53
15.71
3.15
16.39
3.91
17.17
4.85
18.07
6.03
12.97
2.68
13.60
3.32
14.29
4.23
14.99
5.33
15.74
6.61
13.81
3.50
14.32
4.51
15.14
5.87
16.05
7.51
17.06
9.49
Table 10B — 40RM,RMQ Standard Fan Performance Data —
0-600 kPa External Static Pressure — SI (cont)
UNIT
007
008
012
014
016
024
028
034
AIRFLOW
(L/s)
850
990
1130
1270
1420
1060
1230
1420
1600
1770
1420
1650
1890
2120
2360
1770
2030
2360
2690
2950
2120
2500
2830
3210
3540
2830
3300
3780
4250
4720
3540
4130
4720
5310
5900
4250
4960
5660
6370
7080
350
r/s
15.16
15.44
15.73
16.07
16.48
15.31
15.60
16.05
16.64
17.23
15.81
16.51
17.34
18.24
19.18
15.15
15.41
15.84
16.36
16.79
15.20
15.67
16.13
16.66
17.13
15.90
16.50
17.13
17.88
18.77
13.85
14.31
14.99
15.68
16.39
14.43
15.04
15.81
16.66
17.61
400
kW
0.78
0.90
1.05
1.21
1.41
0.94
1.10
1.33
1.62
1.93
1.29
1.65
2.09
2.63
3.27
1.77
2.04
2.43
2.89
3.30
2.05
2.49
2.92
3.48
4.02
2.86
3.53
4.32
5.30
6.52
3.29
3.71
4.62
5.77
7.10
3.88
4.92
6.34
8.04
10.06
r/s
16.08
16.38
16.65
16.96
17.32
16.25
16.51
16.90
17.42
17.97
16.67
17.29
18.06
18.93
19.85
16.13
16.34
16.70
17.19
17.61
16.12
16.53
16.97
17.50
17.97
16.75
17.33
17.97
18.67
19.43
14.50
15.01
15.65
16.34
17.03
14.98
15.71
16.47
17.27
18.16
kW
0.89
1.03
1.19
1.36
1.56
1.07
1.24
1.48
1.78
2.09
1.44
1.80
2.26
2.82
3.48
2.04
2.32
2.74
3.23
3.66
2.33
2.80
3.27
3.87
4.45
3.18
3.91
4.76
5.76
6.99
3.80
4.17
5.02
6.20
7.60
4.36
5.32
6.81
8.57
10.64
EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE (kPa)
450
500
r/s
kW
r/s
kW
16.94
1.01
17.74
1.13
17.25
1.16
18.07
1.30
17.53
1.33
18.36
1.48
17.82
1.51
18.64
1.67
18.14
1.72
18.94
1.89
17.14
1.20
17.98
1.34
17.39
1.39
18.23
1.54
17.74
1.64
18.54
1.80
18.20
1.94
18.95
2.11
18.70
2.26
19.41
2.44
17.51
1.60
18.32
1.76
18.05
1.97
18.80
2.13
18.77
2.43
19.45
2.61
19.59
3.00
—
—
—
—
—
—
17.10
2.33
18.00
2.62
17.24
2.62
18.07
2.92
17.54
3.05
18.35
3.38
17.98
3.57
18.75
3.92
18.39
4.03
19.13
4.40
16.98
2.62
17.83
2.92
17.35
3.12
18.13
3.44
17.77
3.62
18.53
3.97
18.29
4.26
19.03
4.65
18.75
4.88
19.50
5.30
17.53
3.52
18.30
3.89
18.17
4.32
18.92
4.70
18.83
5.22
19.55
5.67
19.48
6.24
—
—
—
—
—
—
15.22
4.40
15.83
5.13
15.74
4.79
16.33
5.37
16.27
5.46
16.88
5.97
16.95
6.64
17.53
7.09
17.64
8.08
18.22
8.57
15.84
4.96
16.48
5.50
16.33
5.74
16.93
6.20
17.10
7.28
17.69
7.74
17.88
9.10
—
—
—
—
—
—
See Legend and Notes on page 44.
39
550
r/s
18.51
18.84
19.14
19.42
19.71
18.77
19.03
19.32
19.69
—
19.11
19.53
—
—
—
18.85
18.92
19.14
19.49
19.84
18.67
18.90
19.26
19.75
—
19.03
19.60
—
—
—
16.42
17.00
17.50
18.09
—
17.16
17.51
18.26
—
—
600
kW
1.26
1.43
1.62
1.83
2.06
1.48
1.70
1.97
2.29
—
1.92
2.31
—
—
—
2.92
3.24
3.71
4.27
4.77
3.24
3.77
4.33
5.04
—
4.23
5.10
—
—
—
5.74
6.04
6.57
7.58
—
6.21
6.70
8.21
—
—
r/s
19.25
19.58
19.89
—
—
19.53
19.80
—
—
—
19.87
—
—
—
—
19.68
19.73
19.83
—
—
19.47
19.65
19.97
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
17.96
18.09
—
—
—
kW
1.39
1.57
1.77
—
—
1.63
1.86
—
—
—
2.09
—
—
—
—
3.22
3.56
4.06
—
—
3.57
4.12
4.69
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
7.26
7.29
—
—
—
Table 10C — 40RM High Capacity Fan Performance Data —
0.0-2.4 in. wg External Static Pressure — English
UNIT
007
008
012
014
016
024
028
034
AIRFLOW
(Cfm)
1,800
2,100
2,400
2,700
3,000
2,250
2,600
3,000
3,400
3,750
3,000
3,500
4,000
4,500
5,000
3,750
4,300
5,000
5,700
6,250
4,500
5,300
6,000
6,800
7,500
6,000
7,000
8,000
9,000
10,000
7,500
8,750
10,000
11,250
12,500
9,000
10,500
12,000
13,500
15,000
0.0
Rpm
419
471
524
578
633
290
349
579
646
705
421
626
706
786
867
410
455
514
575
624
437
499
555
620
677
542
620
700
781
862
476
545
615
685
756
539
620
701
783
865
0.2
Bhp
0.21
0.31
0.44
0.61
0.81
0.10
0.19
0.70
0.99
1.31
0.35
0.98
1.42
1.99
2.70
0.43
0.62
0.92
1.32
1.71
0.61
0.95
1.34
1.91
2.52
1.29
1.99
2.92
4.10
5.56
1.39
2.14
3.12
4.37
5.92
2.18
3.37
4.94
6.95
9.45
Rpm
471
519
568
619
671
510
561
621
683
739
592
664
738
815
893
467
504
556
612
657
483
538
590
651
706
577
652
728
806
885
510
574
641
709
778
569
646
724
804
884
Bhp
0.26
0.37
0.51
0.69
0.90
0.39
0.55
0.79
1.09
1.42
0.73
1.08
1.54
2.12
2.84
0.55
0.74
1.06
1.47
1.87
0.72
1.07
1.48
2.06
2.69
1.42
2.15
3.10
4.30
5.79
1.58
2.35
3.36
4.64
6.22
2.39
3.62
5.22
7.27
9.81
EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE (in. wg)
0.4
0.6
0.8
Rpm
Bhp
Rpm
Bhp
Rpm
Bhp
564
0.37
649
0.49
727
0.63
602
0.49
679
0.62
751
0.77
645
0.64
715
0.79
781
0.94
690
0.84
755
0.99
816
1.15
738
1.07
799
1.24
856
1.41
594
0.51
669
0.65
739
0.79
640
0.70
709
0.84
773
1.00
695
0.96
759
1.12
818
1.30
752
1.29
813
1.48
869
1.67
804
1.63
862
1.85
915
2.05
670
0.90
737
1.06
797
1.23
735
1.28
798
1.48
855
1.67
803
1.77
862
2.00
917
2.23
873
2.39
929
2.65
980
2.90
946
3.14
997
3.43 1046
3.72
567
0.83
649
1.12
721
1.41
599
1.05
679
1.38
748
1.70
641
1.39
718
1.76
786
2.14
686
1.82
759
2.23
825
2.66
725
2.24
793
2.66
856
3.12
576
1.01
660
1.35
732
1.69
617
1.37
696
1.74
767
2.13
659
1.79
730
2.17
798
2.59
712
2.39
774
2.78
836
3.22
761
3.04
817
3.44
873
3.89
646
1.72
716
2.09
785
2.51
711
2.48
771
2.85
831
3.28
781
3.46
833
3.85
885
4.29
854
4.71
900
5.13
946
5.58
929
6.24
971
6.70 1012
7.18
579
1.99
644
2.40
701
2.81
633
2.81
691
3.29
747
3.77
692
3.87
743
4.41
794
4.96
754
5.20
800
5.79
845
6.40
819
6.83
860
7.47
901
8.14
626
2.85
683
3.34
739
3.83
695
4.13
744
4.68
793
5.25
769
5.80
811
6.40
854
7.04
844
7.91
883
8.57
920
9.26
921
10.52
956
11.24
991 11.98
See Legend and Notes on page 44.
40
1.0
Rpm
Bhp
797
0.77
819
0.92
844
1.11
875
1.33
910
1.60
806
0.95
834
1.16
874
1.47
920
1.86
964
2.26
854
1.41
908
1.87
967
2.45
1028
3.16
1092
4.00
788
1.72
811
2.04
847
2.52
884
3.09
915
3.59
797
2.03
830
2.53
860
3.04
896
3.71
929
4.39
849
2.95
890
3.76
938
4.78
993
6.08
1054
7.69
752
3.29
797
4.25
843
5.51
891
7.02
942
8.83
791
4.32
842
5.83
897
7.69
958
9.97
1025 12.75
1.2
Rpm
Bhp
862
0.92
882
1.09
905
1.28
932
1.51
963
1.79
870
1.12
893
1.34
928
1.66
970
2.06
1011
2.48
908
1.59
958
2.07
1014
2.67
1073
3.41
1135
4.28
851
2.05
871
2.39
903
2.91
939
3.52
969
4.06
856
2.38
888
2.94
918
3.49
952
4.21
984
4.93
907
3.40
947
4.27
990
5.32
1039
6.62
1096
8.24
804
3.96
842
4.76
888
6.05
935
7.64
983
9.52
837
4.82
888
6.41
940
8.36
996 10.71
1059 13.54
Table 10C — 40RM High Capacity Fan Performance Data —
1.0-2.4 in. wg External Static Pressure — English (cont)
UNIT
007
008
012
014
016
024
028
034
AIRFLOW
(Cfm)
1,800
2,100
2,400
2,700
3,000
2,250
2,600
3,000
3,400
3,750
3,000
3,500
4,000
4,500
5,000
3,750
4,300
5,000
5,700
6,250
4,500
5,300
6,000
6,800
7,500
6,000
7,000
8,000
9,000
10,000
7,500
8,750
10,000
11,250
12,500
9,000
10,500
12,000
13,500
15,000
1.4
Rpm
921
942
963
987
1015
930
950
980
1018
1057
961
1005
1058
1116
1176
912
928
956
990
1019
912
942
971
1005
1036
961
1000
1041
1086
1138
874
886
930
976
1023
881
930
981
1035
1093
1.6
Bhp
1.07
1.26
1.47
1.71
1.99
1.29
1.53
1.86
2.26
2.69
1.78
2.27
2.90
3.66
4.56
2.39
2.75
3.30
3.96
4.54
2.75
3.34
3.95
4.72
5.48
3.86
4.79
5.88
7.21
8.83
5.33
5.36
6.60
8.25
10.20
5.37
6.97
9.02
11.45
14.35
Rpm
975
997
1017
1039
1065
986
1005
1031
1065
1101
1012
1052
1101
1157
—
971
982
1007
1039
1067
967
992
1020
1054
1084
1011
1050
1090
1133
1180
897
930
969
1014
1061
923
970
1021
1072
—
EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE (in. wg)
1.8
2.0
2.2
Bhp
Rpm
Bhp
Rpm
Bhp
Rpm
1.23
1026
1.39
1074
1.55
1120
1.43
1048
1.61
1097
1.79
1143
1.66
1069
1.85
1118
2.05
1164
1.91
1090
2.12
1138
2.33
1185
2.20
1113
2.42
1161
2.65
—
1.47
1039
1.65
1089
1.84
1136
1.72
1057
1.92
1107
2.13
1154
2.06
1081
2.27
1129
2.49
1175
2.48
1111
2.70
1156
2.93
—
2.92
1144
3.15
1186
3.39
—
1.98
1062
2.19
1111
2.41
1158
2.49
1098
2.71
1142
2.94
1186
3.13
1143
3.36
1184
3.60
—
3.91
1196
4.16
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
2.76
1028
3.14
1083
3.54
1135
3.13
1036
3.53
1087
3.94
1138
3.71
1056
4.13
1104
4.56
1151
4.40
1086
4.85
1130
5.31
1174
5.02
1112
5.50
1156
5.99
1198
3.12
1019
3.52
1070
3.92
1120
3.76
1041
4.18
1088
4.61
1134
4.40
1067
4.86
1112
5.33
1156
5.23
1101
5.75
1145
6.27
1187
6.04
1131
6.61
1174
7.17
—
4.31
1058
4.77
1104
5.24
1147
5.32
1097
5.85
1142
6.38
1184
6.47
1137
7.07
1181
7.67
—
7.82
1178
8.47
—
—
—
9.46
—
—
—
—
—
5.91
940
6.80
990
7.50
—
6.13
982
7.32
1020
8.10
—
7.20
1007
7.89
1045
8.71
—
8.86
1051
9.49
1086
10.17
—
10.88
1097
11.56
—
—
—
6.03
967
6.89
1020
8.25
—
7.55
1008
8.17
1045
8.86
—
9.67
1058
10.32
1094
10.97
—
12.20
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
See Legend and Notes on page 44.
41
2.4
Bhp
1.72
1.97
2.25
2.55
—
2.03
2.33
2.72
—
—
2.64
3.18
—
—
—
3.95
4.37
5.00
5.78
6.49
4.35
5.06
5.81
6.79
—
5.71
6.91
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Rpm
1164
1186
—
—
—
1181
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1185
1187
1196
—
—
1168
1179
1198
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Bhp
1.90
2.16
—
—
—
2.22
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
4.36
4.81
5.46
—
—
4.79
5.52
6.29
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Table 10D — 40RM High Capacity Fan Performance Data —
0-600 kPa External Static Pressure — SI
UNIT
007
008
012
014
016
024
028
034
AIRFLOW
(L/s)
850
990
1130
1270
1420
1060
1230
1420
1600
1770
1420
1650
1890
2120
2360
1770
2030
2360
2690
2950
2120
2500
2830
3210
3540
2830
3300
3780
4250
4720
3540
4130
4720
5310
5900
4250
4960
5660
6370
7080
0
r/s
6.98
7.84
8.73
9.63
10.55
4.83
5.81
9.65
10.76
11.74
7.02
10.44
11.76
13.10
14.45
6.84
7.58
8.57
9.59
10.40
7.28
8.32
9.25
10.33
11.29
9.03
10.34
11.67
13.01
14.36
7.94
9.08
10.24
11.42
12.60
8.99
10.33
11.68
13.04
14.42
50
kW
0.16
0.23
0.33
0.45
0.61
0.07
0.14
0.52
0.74
0.97
0.26
0.73
1.06
1.48
2.01
0.32
0.46
0.69
0.99
1.28
0.45
0.71
1.00
1.42
1.88
0.96
1.48
2.17
3.05
4.15
1.04
1.59
2.33
3.26
4.42
1.62
2.51
3.68
5.18
7.05
r/s
7.86
8.64
9.46
10.31
11.18
8.50
9.35
10.35
11.39
12.32
9.86
11.06
12.31
13.59
14.89
7.78
8.40
9.27
10.20
10.96
8.05
8.97
9.83
10.85
11.77
9.62
10.86
12.14
13.44
14.75
8.51
9.57
10.68
11.81
12.96
9.49
10.77
12.07
13.40
14.74
kW
0.19
0.27
0.38
0.51
0.67
0.29
0.41
0.59
0.81
1.06
0.54
0.80
1.15
1.58
2.12
0.41
0.55
0.79
1.10
1.39
0.54
0.80
1.10
1.54
2.01
1.06
1.60
2.31
3.21
4.32
1.18
1.75
2.51
3.46
4.64
1.78
2.70
3.90
5.42
7.31
EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE (kPa)
100
150
200
r/s
kW
r/s
kW
r/s
kW
9.40
0.27
10.81
0.37
12.11
0.47
10.03
0.36
11.31
0.46
12.52
0.57
10.75
0.48
11.91
0.59
13.01
0.70
11.51
0.62
12.58
0.74
13.60
0.86
12.30
0.80
13.31
0.92
14.26
1.05
9.91
0.38
11.15
0.48
12.32
0.59
10.67
0.52
11.81
0.63
12.88
0.74
11.59
0.71
12.66
0.84
13.64
0.97
12.54
0.96
13.55
1.10
14.48
1.24
13.40
1.22
14.37
1.38
15.25
1.53
11.17
0.67
12.28
0.79
13.29
0.92
12.25
0.96
13.31
1.10
14.25
1.25
13.38
1.32
14.37
1.49
15.28
1.66
14.55
1.78
15.48
1.97
16.34
2.17
15.76
2.34
16.62
2.56
17.43
2.77
9.46
0.62
10.82
0.83
12.02
1.05
9.98
0.78
11.31
1.03
12.47
1.27
10.68
1.04
11.96
1.31
13.09
1.60
11.44
1.36
12.64
1.66
13.74
1.98
12.09
1.67
13.21
1.98
14.27
2.33
9.60
0.75
11.00
1.00
12.21
1.26
10.29
1.02
11.59
1.30
12.78
1.59
10.99
1.33
12.16
1.62
13.29
1.93
11.87
1.78
12.90
2.07
13.93
2.40
12.69
2.27
13.62
2.56
14.56
2.90
10.77
1.29
11.94
1.56
13.08
1.87
11.85
1.85
12.84
2.12
13.85
2.45
13.02
2.58
13.88
2.87
14.75
3.20
14.23
3.51
15.00
3.82
15.77
4.16
15.48
4.66
16.18
4.99
16.87
5.35
9.65
1.48
10.73
1.79
11.68
2.10
10.55
2.10
11.52
2.46
12.45
2.81
11.53
2.88
12.39
3.29
13.24
3.70
12.57
3.88
13.33
4.32
14.09
4.77
13.65
5.09
14.33
5.57
15.01
6.07
10.44
2.12
11.39
2.49
12.32
2.86
11.59
3.08
12.40
3.49
13.22
3.92
12.81
4.33
13.52
4.77
14.23
5.25
14.07
5.90
14.71
6.39
15.34
6.90
15.36
7.84
15.94
8.38
16.51
8.93
See Legend and Notes on page 44.
42
250
r/s
kW
13.29
0.57
13.65
0.69
14.07
0.83
14.58
0.99
15.17
1.19
13.44
0.71
13.90
0.87
14.57
1.10
15.34
1.39
16.07
1.69
14.23
1.05
15.13
1.39
16.11
1.83
17.14
2.35
18.20
2.98
13.13
1.28
13.52
1.52
14.11
1.88
14.74
2.30
15.25
2.68
13.28
1.51
13.84
1.89
14.34
2.27
14.93
2.76
15.49
3.27
14.15
2.20
14.84
2.80
15.63
3.56
16.54
4.53
17.56
5.73
12.53
2.46
13.28
3.17
14.05
4.11
14.85
5.24
15.70
6.58
13.18
3.22
14.03
4.35
14.95
5.74
15.97
7.44
17.08
9.51
300
r/s
kW
14.36
0.69
14.71
0.81
15.08
0.96
15.53
1.13
16.05
1.33
14.50
0.83
14.89
1.00
15.47
1.24
16.17
1.53
16.86
1.85
15.14
1.19
15.96
1.54
16.89
1.99
17.89
2.54
18.92
3.19
14.19
1.53
14.51
1.78
15.05
2.17
15.65
2.63
16.15
3.03
14.27
1.78
14.80
2.19
15.30
2.60
15.87
3.14
16.40
3.67
15.12
2.54
15.78
3.18
16.50
3.96
17.32
4.94
18.26
6.14
13.40
2.95
14.04
3.55
14.80
4.51
15.58
5.70
16.38
7.10
13.95
3.59
14.79
4.78
15.66
6.23
16.61
7.98
17.65 10.10
Table 10D — 40RM High Capacity Fan Performance Data —
0-600 kPa External Static Pressure — SI (cont)
UNIT
007
008
012
014
016
024
028
034
AIRFLOW
(L/s)
850
850
1130
1270
1420
1060
1230
1420
1600
1770
1420
1650
1890
2120
2360
1770
2030
2360
2690
2950
2120
2500
2830
3210
3540
2830
3300
3780
4250
4720
3540
4130
4720
5310
5900
4250
4960
5660
6370
7080
350
r/s
15.34
15.69
16.04
16.44
16.91
15.50
15.84
16.34
16.97
17.61
16.02
16.76
17.64
18.60
19.61
15.21
15.46
15.94
16.51
16.99
15.21
15.69
16.18
16.75
17.26
16.01
16.67
17.35
18.11
18.96
14.57
14.76
15.49
16.26
17.04
14.68
15.51
16.35
17.24
18.22
400
kW
0.80
0.94
1.09
1.27
1.49
0.96
1.14
1.38
1.69
2.01
1.33
1.70
2.16
2.73
3.40
1.78
2.05
2.46
2.95
3.39
2.05
2.49
2.94
3.52
4.09
2.88
3.57
4.39
5.37
6.58
3.97
3.99
4.92
6.15
7.61
4.00
5.20
6.72
8.54
10.70
r/s
16.25
16.61
16.95
17.32
17.75
16.43
16.75
17.19
17.76
18.35
16.87
17.53
18.35
19.28
—
16.19
16.37
16.78
17.32
17.78
16.11
16.54
17.01
17.57
18.07
16.85
17.50
18.17
18.88
19.67
14.95
15.51
16.15
16.91
17.68
15.38
16.17
17.01
17.87
—
kW
0.92
1.07
1.23
1.42
1.64
1.10
1.28
1.54
1.85
2.18
1.48
1.85
2.33
2.91
—
2.06
2.33
2.77
3.28
3.74
2.33
2.80
3.28
3.90
4.50
3.22
3.96
4.82
5.83
7.05
4.41
4.57
5.37
6.61
8.11
4.49
5.63
7.21
9.10
—
EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE (kPa)
450
500
r/s
kW
r/s
kW
17.10
1.03
17.90
1.16
17.47
1.20
18.28
1.33
17.81
1.38
18.63
1.53
18.17
1.58
18.97
1.74
18.56
1.81
19.34
1.97
17.31
1.23
18.14
1.37
17.62
1.43
18.45
1.58
18.01
1.70
18.81
1.86
18.52
2.02
19.27
2.19
19.07
2.35
19.77
2.53
17.71
1.64
18.52
1.80
18.29
2.02
19.04
2.19
19.05
2.51
19.74
2.69
19.93
3.10
—
—
—
—
—
—
17.13
2.34
18.04
2.64
17.26
2.63
18.12
2.94
17.60
3.08
18.40
3.40
18.09
3.62
18.84
3.96
18.54
4.10
19.26
4.47
16.98
2.62
17.83
2.93
17.35
3.12
18.14
3.44
17.79
3.63
18.54
3.97
18.34
4.29
19.08
4.67
18.84
4.93
19.57
5.35
17.64
3.56
18.39
3.91
18.28
4.36
19.03
4.75
18.95
5.27
19.68
5.72
19.63
6.31
—
—
—
—
—
—
15.67
5.07
16.50
5.59
16.36
5.46
17.00
6.04
16.78
5.88
17.42
6.50
17.51
7.08
18.10
7.58
18.28
8.62
—
—
16.12
5.14
17.00
6.15
16.80
6.09
17.41
6.61
17.64
7.69
18.23
8.18
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
See Legend and Notes on page 44.
43
550
r/s
18.66
19.04
19.40
19.75
—
18.93
19.24
19.59
—
—
19.30
19.77
—
—
—
18.91
18.96
19.18
19.57
19.96
18.66
18.90
19.27
19.78
—
19.12
19.73
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
600
kW
1.28
1.47
1.67
1.90
—
1.51
1.74
2.03
—
—
1.97
2.37
—
—
—
2.94
3.26
3.73
4.31
4.84
3.24
3.77
4.33
5.06
—
4.26
5.15
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
r/s
19.39
19.77
—
—
—
19.68
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
19.75
19.78
19.94
—
—
19.47
19.64
19.97
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
kW
1.41
1.61
—
—
—
1.66
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
3.25
3.59
4.07
—
—
3.57
4.11
4.69
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Legend and Notes for Tables 10A and 10C
Bhp
ESP
FACTORY-SUPPLIED PRESSURE DROP — ENGLISH
LEGEND
— Brake Horsepower Input to Fan
— External Static Pressure
AIRFLOW
(Cfm)
1,800
2,400
3,000
PRESSURE DROP
(in. wg)
0.05
0.08
0.11
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
008
2,250
3,000
3,750
0.07
0.11
0.15
40RMS
010
2,550
3,400
4,250
0.09
0.13
0.18
3,000
4,000
5,000
0.11
0.17
0.23
3,750
5,000
6,250
0.06
0.10
0.13
4,500
6,000
7,500
0.08
0.12
0.17
6,000
8,000
10,000
0.12
0.19
0.26
7,500
10,000
12,500
0.15
0.22
0.30
9,000
12,000
15,000
0.19
0.29
0.40
UNIT
NOTES:
1. Maximum allowable fan speed is 1100 rpm for unit sizes 028 and
034; 1200 rpm for all other sizes.
2. Fan performance is based on deductions for wet coil, clean 2-in.
filters, and unit casing. See table at right for factory-supplied filter
pressure drop.
3. Refer to fan motor and drive tables for additional data.
40RM
007
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
012
40RM
40RMS
014
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
016
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
024
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
028
40RM
40RMS
034
Legend and Notes for Tables 10B and 10D
LEGEND
ESP — External Static Pressure
FACTORY-SUPPLIED PRESSURE DROP — SI
NOTES:
1. Maximum allowable fan speed is 18.3 r/s for unit sizes 028 and
034; 20 r/s for all other sizes.
2. Fan performance is based on deductions for wet coil, clean
51-mm filters, and unit casing. See table at right for factory-supplied filter pressure drop.
3. Refer to fan motor and drive tables for additional data.
UNIT
AIRFLOW
(L/s)
850
1150
1450
PRESSURE DROP
(Pa)
13
20
28
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
008
1000
1400
1800
17
27
38
40RMS
010
1200
1600
2000
21
32
45
1450
1900
2350
28
42
56
1750
2350
2950
15
24
33
2100
2800
3500
20
30
42
2900
3800
4700
32
47
64
3500
4700
5900
36
55
76
4250
5650
7050
47
71
98
40RM
007
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
012
40RM
40RMS
014
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
016
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
024
40RM
40RMQ
40RMS
028
40RM
40RMS
034
44
Replacing Filters — Filters can be removed and installed from either side of the unit. Install new filters in units
that have one fan as follows:
1. Remove the side access panel (retain screws).
2. Remove the filter retainer clip (see Fig. 25).
3. Remove old filters by lifting and tilting them out of the
filter track. See Fig. 15 and 26.
4. Reverse the procedure to install new filters.
To install new filters in larger units that have 2 fans, follow
the preceding steps, but use the factory-supplied filter hook to
slide filters within reach for removal. The filter hook is shipped
inside the unit in the filter track.
Do not operate unit without air filters.
Fig. 26 — Filter Removal/Replacement
SLID
E
FILTER
RETAINER
CLIP
Fig. 25 — Remove Filter Retainer Clip
45
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Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
PC 111
Catalog No. 534-013
Printed in U.S.A.
Form 40RM-18SI
Pg 46
701
11-00
Replaces: 40RM-17SI
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START-UP CHECKLIST
(SPLIT SYSTEMS WITH 40RM/RMQ/RMS UNITS)
I. PRELIMINARY INFORMATION
OUTDOOR: MODEL NO. _________________________
INDOOR: MODEL NO. ___________________________
SERIAL NO. ___________________________________
SERIAL NO. ___________________________________
ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES ______________________________________________________________________________
II. PRE-START-UP
OUTDOOR UNIT
IS THERE ANY SHIPPING DAMAGE? _______________
(Y/N) ____
IF SO, WHERE: _________________________________________________________________________________________
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WILL THIS DAMAGE PREVENT UNIT START-UP?
(Y/N) _____
CHECK POWER SUPPLY. DOES IT AGREE WITH UNIT?
(Y/N) _____
HAS THE GROUND WIRE BEEN CONNECTED?
(Y/N) _____
HAS THE CIRCUIT PROTECTION BEEN SIZED AND INSTALLED PROPERLY?
(Y/N) _______
ARE THE POWER WIRES TO THE UNIT SIZED AND INSTALLED PROPERLY?
(Y/N) _______
HAVE COMPRESSOR HOLDDOWN BOLTS BEEN LOOSENED?
(Y/N) _____
CONTROLS
ARE THERMOSTAT(S) AND INDOOR FAN CONTROL WIRING
CONNECTIONS MADE AND CHECKED?
(Y/N) _____
ARE ALL WIRING TERMINALS (including main power supply) TIGHT?
(Y/N) _____
HAVE OUTDOOR UNIT CRANKCASE HEATERS BEEN ENERGIZED FOR 24 HOURS?
(Y/N) ______
INDOOR UNIT
HAS WATER BEEN PLACED IN DRAIN PAN TO CONFIRM PROPER DRAINAGE?
ARE PROPER AIR FILTERS IN PLACE?
(Y/N) _____
(Y/N) ______
HAVE FAN AND MOTOR PULLEYS BEEN CHECKED FOR PROPER ALIGNMENT?
DO THE FAN BELTS HAVE PROPER TENSION?
(Y/N) ______
(Y/N) ______
PIPING
40RM,RMQ
HAS FOAM SHIPPING BLOCK BEEN REMOVED FROM THE TXV (Thermostatic Expansion Valve)?
ARE LIQUID LINE SOLENOID VALVES LOCATED AT THE INDOOR UNIT COILS AS REQUIRED?
(Y/N) ______
(Y/N) _____
HAVE LEAK CHECKS BEEN MADE AT COMPRESSORS, CONDENSERS, INDOOR COILS,
TXVs (Thermostatic Expansion Valves) SOLENOID VALVES, FILTER DRIERS, AND FUSIBLE PLUGS
WITH A LEAK DETECTOR?
(Y/N) _____
LOCATE, REPAIR, AND REPORT ANY LEAKS.
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HAVE ALL COMPRESSOR SERVICE VALVES BEEN FULLY OPENED (BACKSEATED)
ARE THE COMPRESSOR OIL SIGHT GLASSES SHOWING CORRECT LEVELS?
(Y/N) _____
(Y/N) _____
40RMS
HAS AIR BEEN BLED FROM SYSTEM?
(Y/N) _____
HAVE LEAK CHECKS BEEN MADE AT COMPRESSORS, CHILLERS, VALVES, AND INDOOR COILS?
(Y/N) ______
LOCATE, REPAIR, AND REPORT ANY LEAKS. ________________________________________________________________
CL-1
LINE-TO-LINE VOLTS:
AB ________ V
AC ______ V
BC ______ V
(AB + AC + BC)/3 = AVERAGE VOLTAGE = ________ V
MAXIMUM DEVIATION FROM AVERAGE VOLTAGE = ________ V
VOLTAGE IMBALANCE = 100 X (MAX DEVIATION)/(AVERAGE VOLTAGE) = ___________ %
IF OVER 2% VOLTAGE IMBALANCE, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO START SYSTEM!
CALL LOCAL POWER COMPANY FOR ASSISTANCE.
III. START-UP
CHECK INDOOR FAN MOTOR SPEED AND RECORD.
AFTER AT LEAST 10 MINUTES RUNNING TIME, RECORD THE FOLLOWING MEASUREMENTS:
COMP A1
COMP B1
OIL PRESSURE
SUCTION PRESSURE
SUCTION LINE TEMP
DISCHARGE PRESSURE
DISCHARGE LINE TEMP
ENTERING OUTDOOR UNIT AIR TEMP
LEAVING OUTDOOR UNIT AIR TEMP
INDOOR UNIT ENTERING AIR DB TEMP
INDOOR UNIT ENTERING AIR WB TEMP
INDOOR UNIT LEAVING AIR DB TEMP
INDOOR UNIT LEAVING AIR WB TEMP
OUTDOOR UNIT ENTERING WATER TEMP
(40RMS ONLY)
OUTDOOR UNIT LEAVING WATER TEMP
(40RMS ONLY)
INDOOR UNIT ENTERING WATER TEMP
(40RMS ONLY)
INDOOR UNIT LEAVING WATER TEMP
(40RMS ONLY)
COMPRESSOR AMPS (L1/L2/L3)
____/____/____
____/____/____
CHECK THE COMPRESSOR OIL LEVEL SIGHT GLASSES, ARE THE SIGHT GLASSES SHOWING
(Y/N) ______
OIL LEVEL AT 1/8 to 1/3 FULL?
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Catalog No. 534-013
Printed in U.S.A.
Form 40RM-18SI
Pg CL-2
701
11-00
Replaces: 40RM-17SI
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CUT ALONG DOTTED LINE
CHECK VOLTAGE IMBALANCE