appendix e noise - Santa Barbara County Planning and Development

APPENDIX E
NOISE
Acoustics Consulting
P.O. Box 1406
San Luis Obispo
California 93406
DAVID LORD, PH.D.
tel. 805.704.8046
45dB.com,LLC
Principal Consultant
Cate School Sound Level Assessment
email: dl@45dB.com
February 17, 2014
Project 1436
This report describes sound levels at the north property line of the Cate School, Carpinteria,
CA with regard to amplified music and amplified voice operations on site. A series of
continuous sound level measurements were made in the athletic field area depicted in the
figure on page 2. The amplified voice and music study was conducted on Thursday,
February 13, 2014, beginning at 10 am with a property line sound level monitor. Two staff
members and the assistant headmaster assisted in two typical equipment setup and operation
after 10:30 am. Two amplified speaker systems with recorded music and voice
announcements at typical volumes were studied in relation to the north property line. The
larger amplified speakers were studied in two locations, above and below a bermed wall.
Two sound level meters were used during the study: One stationary sound level meter was
continuously running at the north property line from 10:00 am, in the position indicated as A
on the site plan. The second sound level meter was handheld and was moved between the
amplified sound system locations at B, C and D and the property line, A.
Both sound level meters are Larson Davis 820 Type 1 data-logging meters, accurate to within
one decibel. The procedure for measurement described in A.S.T.M. E-1014 “Standard Guide
for Measurement of Outdoor A-Weighted Sound Levels” was followed. The sky was mostly
clear, the wind speed less than 5 mph, at about 70 degrees F. temperature. Both sound level
meters were freshly calibrated, and microphones provided with a three-inch foam wind
screen to reduce the influence of wind. The meters were time-synchronized with each other
so that sound levels in various locations could be compared synchronously with the sound
level at the property line. Although sound levels at the speakers ranged between 80 dBA to
90 dBA, at no time during the amplified sound study did the simultaneous sound level at the
north property line exceed 55 dBA (see figure on page three).
At 11 am, an additional stationary source of sound was assessed at the north boundary, the
water treatment system (W). Sound level at the property line near the water treatment system
is a constant average 58 dBA (see figure on page three between 10:59 and 11:06 am).
An acoustic simulation of sound levels beyond the property line toward the north is shown in
the figure on page four. The nearest residential potential receptor is approximately 1,000 feet
or more from the proposed amplified music and voice announcement source.
Ambient sound level in the neighborhood is around 45 dBA. Any sound levels that rise
above 45 dBA may be audible in the surrounding neighborhood, even if sound level is less
than 65 dBA at the property line of Cate School.
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Conclusion: The use of amplified voice and music systems as demonstrated complies with
and does not exceed the County of Santa Barbara noise standard of 65 dBA at the property
line.
Figure 1. Site Plan showing location of speakers and sound level measurements.
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Figure 2. Sound Level Measurement results. See text for explanation.
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Figure 3. Acoustic simulation of sound level from
amplified source to north property line and beyond.
Sounds from the amplified source become inaudible
as they drop below the ambient
Sound level of about 45 dBA
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Sound Level Assessment
for the Proposed Cate School
Conditional Use Permit and Updated Master Plan
1970 Lillingston Canyon Road
Carpinteria, CA
requested by
Cate School
Carpinteria, CA
August 28, 2014
David Lord, PH.D.
Acoustics Consulting
45dB.com
P. O . B o x
1406
San Luis Obispo
California 93406
tel. 805.704.8046
email: dl@45db.com
Table of Contents
1.0 Description and Criteria .....................................................................................3
2.0 Regulatory Setting .........................................................................................3
2.1 County of Santa Barbara - Comprehensive Plan Noise Element ..........3
3.0 Impact Thresholds .........................................................................................5
4.0 Potential Impacts .............................................................................................5
5.0 Discussion and Conclusion. ..........................................................................6
6.0 REFERENCES
.............................................................................................9
7.0 APPENDIX I: Notes, Definitions ................................................................10
8.0 APPENDIX II: Acoustical Modeling Methods .............................................11
List of Figures
Figure 1. Site Plan ...................................................................................................7
Figure 2. Comprehensive Sound Level Projection .................................................8
Figure 3. Play Activities .........................................................................................9
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Sound Level Assessment
for the Proposed Cate School
Conditional Use Permit and Updated Master Plan
1970 Lillingston Canyon Road
Carpinteria, CA
1.0 Description and Criteria
This is a report on existing and future sound levels at the Cate School in Carpinteria, with
regard to the application for a conditional use permit and updated master plan. Sound levels
are evaluated with reference to the community noise criteria contained in the County of Santa
Barbara General Plan Noise Element and Land Use Compatibility Guidelines, as well as the
County of Santa Barbara Environmental Thresholds and Guidelines Manual. With regard to land
use, potential noise conflict and noise mitigation measures, the noise level standards contained
in the Noise Element of the General Plan of the County of Santa Barbara (rev. 1986) are also
considered. The Noise Element sets a limit of Ldn = 65 dBA for residential outdoor activity
areas (pages 58-59) and a limit of Ldn = 45 dBA for interior noise sensitive uses for nearby
residential potential sensitive receptors. The terms “Ldn” and “CNEL” are used to describe
24-hour average sound levels with penalties for nighttime noise. (see “7.0 APPENDIX I: Notes,
Definitions” on page 10 for explanation of terms).
The site plan of the existing and future Cate School is shown in “Figure 1. Site Plan” on
page 7.
2.0 Regulatory Setting
The Cate School proposed project is located in unincorporated Santa Barbara County.
The project must comply with the noise policies and standards contained within the County’s
Comprehensive Plan Noise Element and the County’s Noise Ordinance.
The following provides an overview of the County of Santa Barbara noise policies,
regulations, and standards extracted from these documents and their applicability to the proposed
project.
2.1 County of Santa Barbara - Comprehensive Plan Noise Element
The County has established land use noise compatibility guidelines for new developments
in the Noise Element of the County’s Comprehensive Plan (County of Santa Barbara, adopted
1979, revised 1986). These guidelines identify compatible exterior noise levels associated with
transportation for various land use types. Hotel, motels, and similar uses are defined as noise
sensitive land uses in the Noise Element of the County’s Comprehensive Plan.
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The following paragraphs, extracted from the County’s policies in the Noise Element are
applicable to the proposed Cate School project:
In the planning of Land use, 65 dBA Day-Night Average Sound Level (Ldn) should be
regarded as the maximum exterior noise exposure compatible with noise-sensitive uses
unless noise mitigation features are included in project designs.
Noise-sensitive uses proposed in areas where the Day-Night Average Sound Level is
65 dBA Ldn or more should be designed so that interior noise levels attributable to
exterior sources do not exceed 45 dBA Ldn when doors and windows are closed. An
analysis of the noise insulation effectiveness of proposed construction should be required,
showing that the building design and construction specifications are adequate to meet the
prescribed interior noise standard.
Residential uses proposed in areas where the Day-Night Average Sound Level is 65 dBA
Ldn or more should be designed so that noise levels in outdoor living spaces will be less
than 65 dBA Ldn. An analysis of proposed projects should be required, indicating the
feasibility of noise barriers, site design, building orientation, etc., to meet the prescribed
exterior noise standard.
The County of Santa Barbara Noise Ordinance, Chapter 40 (Sec. 40-2 - Noises
Prohibited) provides the following regulations with possible relevance to project operations:
Sec. 40-2. Noises prohibited.
It shall be unlawful within the unincorporated area of the County of Santa Barbara to
make, assist in making, permit, continue, create, or cause to be made, any loud and
unreasonable noise, music, percussion or other sound which is broadcast outside of any
residence or building by means of any amplified musical instrument, drum, or similar
device, or by means of any radio, loudspeaker, sound amplifier or phonograph, or by
means of or employing any similar device which amplifies and produces, reproduces or
broadcasts sound, during any of the following periods of time:
• The night and following morning of any Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or
Thursday between the hours of 10:00 P.M. of such day and 7:00 A.M. the following
morning; or,
• The morning hours after midnight of any Friday or Saturday, between twelve midnight,
following such day, and 7:00 A.M. the following morning.
Within such time periods, and for the purposes of this chapter, a loud and unreasonable
sound shall include any sound created by means prohibited above which is clearly
discernable at a distance of one hundred feet from the property line of the property upon
which it is broadcast or which is at any level of sound in excess of sixty decibels at the
edge of the property line of the property upon which the sound is broadcast.
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3.0 Impact Thresholds
The Cate School site and surrounding area contain noise sensitive land uses or receptors
as defined in the County of Santa Barbara Environmental Thresholds and Guidelines Manual.
The definition includes residential areas and educational facilities, libraries, churches, and places
of public assembly.
The following are thresholds of significance for assisting in the determination of significant noise impacts. The thresholds are intended to be used with flexibility, as each project must
be viewed in its specific circumstances:
(a) A proposed development that would generate noise levels in excess of 65 dBA CNEL
and could affect sensitive receptors would generally be presumed to have a significant
impact.
(b) Outdoor living areas of noise sensitive uses that are subject to noise levels in excess
of 65 dBA CNEL would generally be presumed to be significantly impacted by ambient
noise. A significant impact would also generally occur where interior noise levels cannot
be reduced to 45 dBA CNEL or less.
(c) A project will generally have a significant effect on the environment if it will increase
substantially the ambient noise levels for noise-sensitive receptors in adjoining areas.
Per item (a), this may be presumed to be the case when ambient noise levels affecting
sensitive receptors are increased to 65 dBA CNEL or more. However, a significant effect
may also occur when ambient noise levels affecting sensitive receptors increase substantially but remain less than 65 dBA CNEL, as determined on a case-by-case level.
The County Thresholds and Guidelines Manual does not specify a particular sound level
increase that might be considered significant under the last of the above thresholds. Typically, an
increase of 3 dBA is considered just perceptible, and an increase of 5 dBA may be considered a
significant effect.
4.0 Potential Impacts
Sound levels arising from separate on-site operations and activities are organized by the
following operational schedule:
1. Weekday arrival and departure of some students and staff who live off-site, generally
from 7:00 am – 6:00 pm.
2. Outdoor athletic field activities, based on program needs. For this assessment, athletic
activities were observed and sound levels were measured at 24 feet distance and simultaneously
at the north boundary during football practice. North boundary sound levels during football
practice were always below 55 dBA average, with an occasional coaching whistle reaching 60
dBA for one or two seconds at the boundary.
3. The existing outdoor swimming pool Aquatic Center activities will be based on
program needs, generally within the hours from 7:00 am - 8:00 pm. The swimming pool is
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at a lower elevation and 200 feet distant from the north boundary. Existing activities at the
swimming pool are not audible at the north boundary.
4. Landscaping and maintenance activities, including small landscape equipment such as
hedge trimmers and noise-compliant leaf blowers, as is typical for an institution. Maintenance
personnel accessing the waste water treatment plant periodically are typically quiet in their
operations, generally between 7 am and 5 pm.
5. Stationary equipment sound level at building and grounds and waste water treatment
plant was observed and measured during normal daytime operation, 60 dBA at 9 feet distance
toward the south. A temporary 6-foot high, 12-feet long sound barrier wall was installed and
tested on the north side of the waste water treatment plant, resulting in a sound level at the north
property line of less than 50 dBA. The waste water treatment plant operates at a reduced noise
level during evening and night hours, due to lower demand. Lower nighttime sound levels
significantly reduce the CNEL 24 hour level.
6. Heating, ventilation and air conditioning sound levels at existing and future facilities
and buildings will not exceed the 65 dBA CNEL sound level allowed by County standard at the
property line.
6. Amplified sound associated with athletic activities on the playing fields and
occasionally at a student dance or outdoor event, will be operated within the limits of the County
of Santa Barbara Noise Ordinance, Chapter 14, section 40-2, which prohibits amplified sound
during any of the following periods of time:
• The night and following morning of any Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or
Thursday between the hours of 10:00 P.M. of such day and 7:00 A.M. the following morning; or,
• The morning hours after midnight of any Friday or Saturday, between twelve midnight,
following such day, and 7:00 A.M. the following morning.
Amplified sound level greater than 60 dB at the property line is prohibited by the Noise
Ordinance, and this sound level shall not be exceeded by amplified sound at Cate School.
Amplified music and sound levels on the athletic field area were measured and reported
on February 17, 2014. At no time during those measurements did the sound level at the north
property line exceed 54 dBA, and that level was for a short interval, not sustained.
5.0 Discussion and Conclusion.
Examination and review of the existing and proposed operational and activity sound
levels for the Cate School facility show that sound levels at the boundaries of the site are lower
than the limits prescribed by existing county standards. Potential increase in sound level from
any source, either stationary or moving equipment, or operational sound is feasibly mitigable
to less than a three decibel increase at the property line. By that measure, any increase will be
barely perceptible and will therefore have a less-than-significant future impact.
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Figure 1. Site Plan
Site Plan of Cate School site, Carpinteria.
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Figure 2. Comprehensive Sound Level Contours
Site Plan showing comprehensive sound level contours on the north side of the property (Ldn
= dBA). Contours are projected for stationary and transportation sources and outdoor activities
at the proposed facility. The sound level contours are discussed in “4.0 Potential Impacts” on
page 5. The proposed sound level contours are affected by topography and existing nearby
buildings and activities.
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6.0 REFERENCES
1. American National Standards Institute, Inc. 2004. ANSI 1994 American National Standard
Acoustical Terminology. ANSI S.1.-1994, (R2004) , New York, NY.
2. American Society for Testing and Materials. 2004. ASTM E 1014 - 84 (Reapproved 2000)
Standard Guide for Measurement of Outdoor A-Weighted Sound Levels.
3. Berglund, Birgitta, World Health Organization. 1999. Guidelines for Community Noise
chapter 4, Guideline Values.
4. Bolt, Beranek and Newman. 1973. Fundamentals and Abatement of Highway Traffic Noise,
Report No. PB-222-703. Prepared for Federal Highway Administration.
5. California Department of Finance. 2007. California Strategic Growth Plan.
6. California Department of Transportation (Caltrans). 1982. Caltrans Transportation
Laboratory Manual.
7. ______. 1998. Caltrans Traffic Noise Analysis Protocol For New Highway Construction and
Highway Reconstruction Projects.
8. ______. 2006. California Transportation Plan 2025, chapter 6.
9. California Resources Agency. 2007. Title 14. California Code of Regulations Chapter 3.
Guidelines for Implementation of the California Environmental Quality Act Article 5.
Preliminary Review of Projects and Conduct of Initial Study Sections, 15060 to 15065.
10. County of Santa Barbara. County of Santa Barbara General Plan, Noise Element.
11. County of Santa Barbara Environmental Thresholds and Guidelines Manual Published May
1992, revised October 2006. Planning and Development Department
12. Federal Highway Administration. 2006. FHWA Roadway Construction Noise Model User’s
Guide Final Report. FHWA-HEP-05-054 DOT-VNTSC-FHWA-05-01.
13. Harris, Cyril.M., editor. 1979 Handbook of Noise Control.
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7.0 APPENDIX I: Notes, Definitions
TERM
DEFINITION
Ambient Noise Level
The composite of noise from all sources near and far. The normal or existing level
of environmental noise or sound at a given location. The ambient level is typically
defined by the LEQ level.
Background Noise Level The underlying, ever-present lower level noise that remains in the absence of intrusive
or intermittent sounds. Distant sources, such as traffic, typically make up the
background. The background level is generally defined by the L90 percentile noise
level.
Sound Level, dB
Sound Level. Ten times the common logarithm of the ratio of the square of the
measured A-weighted sound pressure to the square of the standard reference pressure of
20 micropascals, SLOW time response, in accordance with ANSI S1.4-1971 (R1976)
Unit: decibels(dB).
dBA or dB(A):
The A-weighted sound level. The ear does not respond equally to all frequencies,
but is less sensitive at low and high frequencies than it is at medium or speech range
frequencies. Thus, to obtain a single number representing a sound containing a wide
range of frequencies in a manner representative of the ear’s response, it is necessary
to reduce the effects of the low and high frequencies with respect to the medium
frequencies. The resultant sound level is said to be A-weighted, and the units are dBA.
The A-weighted sound level is also called the noise level.
Equivalent Sound Level Because sound levels can vary markedly in intensity over a short period of time,
LEQ
some method for describing either the average character of the sound or the statistical behavior of the variations must be utilized. Most commonly, one describes
ambient sounds in terms of an average level that has the same acoustical energy as
the summation of all the time-varying events. This energy-equivalent sound/noise
descriptor is called LEQ. In this report, both a 15 minute and an hourly period is used.
Day/Night Level (Ldn)
Community Noise
Equivalent Level
CNEL
Subjective Loudness
Changes.
Time weighting
Ldn is the A-weighted equivalent continuous sound level for a 24-hour period with a
ten dB adjustment added to sound levels that occur during nighttime hours (10 pm to 7
am).
Community Noise Equivalent Level, CNEL, is the A-weighted equivalent continuous
sound (CNEL) level for a 24-hour period with a ten dB adjustment added to sound
levels occurring during nighttime hours (10 pm to 7 am) and a five dB adjustment
added to the sound levels occurring during the evening hours (7 pm to 10 pm).
In addition to precision measurement of sound level changes, there is a subjective
characteristic which describes how most people respond to sound:
•A change in sound level of 3 dBA is barely perceptible by most listeners.
•A change in level of 6 dBA is clearly perceptible.
•A change of 10 dBA is perceived by most people as being twice (or half) as loud.
Different, internationally recognized, meter damping characteristics are available
on sound level measuring instruments: Slow (S), Fast (F) and Impulse (I). In this
community sound level measurement, the Fast (F) response time is used.
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8.0 APPENDIX II: Acoustical Modeling Methods
Noise Contour Modeling
Noise contours incorporating the measured sound level values were generated using CADNA/A,
an acoustical modeling program that incorporates the TNM 2.5 algorithms, and which was
developed to predict hourly Leq values for free-flowing traffic conditions. This computer
modeling tool, made by Datakustik GmbH, is an internationally accepted acoustical modeling
software program, used by many acoustics and noise control professional offices in the U.S. and
abroad. The software has been validated by comparison with actual values in many different
settings. The program has a high level of reliability and follows methods specified by the
International Standards Organization in their ISO 9613-2 standard, “Acoustics – Attenuation
of sound during propagation outdoors, Part 2: General Method of Calculation.” The standard
states that, “this part of ISO 9613 specifies an engineering method for calculating the attenuation
of sound during propagation outdoors in order to predict the levels of environmental noise at a
distance from a variety of sources. The method predicts the equivalent continuous A-weighted
sound pressure level under meteorological conditions favorable to propagation from sources
of known sound emissions. These conditions are for downwind propagation under a welldeveloped moderate ground-based temperature inversion, such as commonly occurs at night.”
The computer modeling software takes into account source sound power levels, surface reflection
and absorption, atmospheric absorption, geometric divergence, meteorological conditions, walls,
barriers, berms, and terrain variations. The CADNA/A software uses a grid of receivers covering
the project site.
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Site
1
2a
2b
3
4
5
Day
Leq
78
77.6
73
61.5
48.4
42.7
Lmax
95.5
96.3
91.1
74.9
60.7
59.3
Night
Leq
101.6
80.9
42.2
37
43.5
Lmax
106.7
88.2
53.1
50.9
66.6
Noise Calculation Sheet
Building/Source
Squash
28-ton VRF Heat Pump
Source
Noise
Level*
(dBA)
45
Freshmen Dorm #3
20-ton VRF Heat Pump
44
10
Art Addition
28-ton VRF Heat Pump
45
10
Dining Commons/
Student Center
28-ton VRF Heat Pump
45
10
Make-up Air Unit
11K CFM Exhause Fan
Ice/Fridge
Condensing Unit
55
46
57
20-ton VRF Heat Pump
20-ton VRF Heat Pump
20-ton VRF Heat Pump
28-ton VRF Heat Pump
20-ton VRF Heat Pump
44
44
44
45
44
Freshmen Dorm #2
Freshmen Dorm #1
Freshmen Dorm #4
Classroom
1925 Dorm
Source
Reference
Distance
(ft)
10
Number
of
Units
1
1
Noise Level
Combined
at
Noise
Equipment Location Level at
(dBA)
Building (dBA)
45
45
Distance
to
Property Line
(ft)
245
Distance
Attenuation
(dBA)
28
Hourly
Noise Level
at Property Line
(dBA)
17
44
44
305
30
14
45
45
450
33
12
3
51
60
500
34
26
10
10
10
1
1
1
59
10
10
10
10
10
1
1
1
1
1
44
44
44
45
44
44
44
44
45
44
440
325
425
600
465
33
30
33
36
33
11
14
11
9
11
Cummulative Hourly (dBA)
Proposed CNEL
Existing CNEL
Proposed and Existing CNEL
Building/Source
Squash
28-ton VRF Heat Pump
Source
Noise
Level*
(dBA)
45
Freshmen Dorm #3
20-ton VRF Heat Pump
44
10
Art Addition
28-ton VRF Heat Pump
45
10
Dining Commons/
Student Center
28-ton VRF Heat Pump
45
10
Make-up Air Unit
11K CFM Exhause Fan
Ice/Fridge
Condensing Unit
55
46
57
20-ton VRF Heat Pump
20-ton VRF Heat Pump
20-ton VRF Heat Pump
28-ton VRF Heat Pump
20-ton VRF Heat Pump
44
44
44
45
44
Freshmen Dorm #2
Freshmen Dorm #1
Freshmen Dorm #4
Classroom
1925 Dorm
Source
Reference
Distance
(ft)
10
Number
of
Units
1
1
Noise Level
Combined
at
Noise
Equipment Location Level at
(dBA)
Building (dBA)
45
45
Distance
to
Residence
(ft)
1500
Distance
Attenuation
(dBA)
27
34
52
52
Hourly
Noise Level
at Residence
(dBA)
44
1
44
44
1695
44
0
45
45
1600
44
1
3
51
60
1475
43
17
10
10
10
1
1
1
59
10
10
10
10
10
1
1
1
1
1
44
44
44
45
44
44
44
44
45
44
1755
1735
1665
1745
1825
44
44
44
45
44
0
0
0
0
0
17
24
45
45
Cummulative Hourly (dBA)
Proposed CNEL
Existing CNEL
Proposed and Existing CNEL
MARK: CATE_KEF-1
PROJECT: FANS
DATE: 9/15/2016
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CFM vs HP
Point of Operation
System Curve
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Power (HP)
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DRIVES (1.5 SF) @ 383 RPM
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ALUM ACC DOOR-HINGE
ALUMINUM DRAIN
STL FLANGED INLET UL
MARK: CATE_KEF-1
PROJECT: FANS
DATE: 9/15/2016
CPA-A
AMCA License Information
Loren Cook Company certifies that the 445 CPA-A shown
herein is licensed to bear the AMCA Seal. The ratings shown
are based on tests and procedures performed in accordance
with AMCA Publication 211 and AMCA Publication 311 and
comply with the requirements of the AMCA Certified Ratings
Program.
Performance certified is for installation type B: free inlet,
ducted outlet. Power rating (BHP/kW) does not include
transmission losses. Performance ratings do not include the
effects of appurtenances (accessories). The sound power
level ratings shown are in decibels, referred to 10(-12) watts
calculated per AMCA Standard 301. Values shown are for
inlet Lwi, LwiA and outlet Lwo, LwoA sound power levels for
installation type B: free inlet, ducted outlet. Outlet ratings
include the effects of duct end correction. The A-weighted
sound ratings shown have been calculated per AMCA
Standard 301. The AMCA International licensed air and/or
sound performance data has been modified for installation,
appurtenances or accessories, etc. not included in the
certified data. The modified performance is not AMCA
licensed but is provided to aid in selection and applications of
the product. The dBA levels shown have been calculated for a
distance of 5 ft in a hemispherical free field.
v9.6.127.0
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Job: BBA1603_CATE
Mark: MAU-1
IGX-120-H32
CONSTRUCTION FEATURES AND ACCESSORIES
Unit Overview
Model
Airflow
(CFM)
Heating
Cooling
Electrical
V/C/P
IGX-120-H32
8,000
Indirect Gas
Evaporative
460/60/3
Features
• Exterior housing constructed of galvanized steel
• Removable access panels
• Painted or galvanized steel blower and bearing supports
• Forward curved steel blower and motor
• Fan assembly is mounted on vibration isolators
• Motor pulleys are adjustable through 15 hp and fixed for
20 hp and greater
• Fan shaft is mounted in permanently lubricated ball
bearings (up through size 118) or ball bearing pillow
blocks (size 120 and greater)
• Static free belts
• Corrosion resistant fasteners are standard
• Disconnect mounted by factory
Options and Accessories
• Air Flow Arrangement: Variable Volume
• With Louvered Intake and Aluminum Mesh Filters,
16x20x2 - (6), 20x20x2 - (2)
• Outdoor Air Intake Position: End
• Discharge Position: Downblast
• Coating: Galvanized
• Insulation: Duct Liner - Entire Unit
• Isolation: Spring
• VAV Control: VFD
• VFD Control: TwoSpeed
• Access Side: Right-Hand
• Control Center
• Heat Inlet Air Sensor
• Night Setback: Time Clock Control (ships loose)
• Mounting: By Others
• Unit Warranty: 1 Yr (Standard)
NOTES:
Integral unit disconnect is supplied as a standard.
Unit weight does NOT include skid/crating and may vary by 15% based on selected options.
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IGX-120-H32
PERFORMANCE AND SPECIFICATIONS
Description/Arrangement
Model
Qty
IGX-120-H32
1
Unit Weight (lb)
Discharge
Position
Air Flow
Arrangement
Unit
Arrangement
1,851
Downblast
Variable Volume
Horizontal
Design Conditions
Elevation (ft)
Summer DB (F)
Summer WB (F)
Winter DB (F)
20
82.9
68.8
34.7
Air Performance
Type
Volume
(CFM)
Max
Turndown
(CFM)
External SP
(in. wg)
Total SP
(in. wg)
RPM
Operating hp
(per fan)
Motor Qty/HP
(per fan)
Supply Fan
Type/Quantity
Supply
8,000
4,000
0.6
1.298
647
3.44
Qty 1/5
Forward Curve
Qty (1)
Unit Pressure Drop (in. wg)
Air Stream
Weatherhood
Damper Section
Filter Section
Cooling Section
Heating Section
Supply
0
0
0
0.55
0.148
Sound Performance in Accordance with AMCA
Sound Power by Octave Band
Fan
Supply
62.5
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
8000
85
85
80
78
72
71
66
56
Lwa
dBA
Sones
80
69
16.7
Electrical/Motor Specifications
V/C/P
Unit MCA
(amps)
Unit MOP
(amps)
Enclosure
Supply Motor RPM
Supply Efficiency
460/60/3
10.9
15
ODP
1725
Premium
Heating/Cooling Specifications
Heating Type
Gas Type
Input
(MBH)
Output
(MBH)
LAT (F)
Temp. Rise
(F)
Furnace Size
(MBH)
Furnace Control
Indirect Gas
Natural
350.0
280.0
67.4
32.4
350.0
2 Stage
Evap LDB (F)
Evap LWB (F)
70.3
68.8
Cooling Type
Evaporative
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Evap Cooling
Media
CELdek
Evap Filters
2 in. Alum. Mesh
Evap Cooling
Control
Recirc Pump
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Required
Flow
0.38
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IGX-120-H32
FAN CURVES
Supply Fan Performance
Volume
(CFM)
External SP
(in. wg)
Total SP
(in. wg)
RPM
Operating hp
(per motor)
Motor hp
(per motor)
Supply Fan
Type
Supply Fan
Quantity
8,000
0.6
1.298
647
3.44
5
Forward Curve
1
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IGX-120-H32
HEATING PERFORMANCE
Indirect Gas Heating
Heating Type
Gas Type
Input
(MBH)
Output
(MBH)
LAT
(F)
Temp.Rise (F)
Furnace
Control
Indirect Gas
Natural
350.0
280.0
67.4
32.4
2 Stage
Indirect Gas Unit Details
Heating Details
This unit will come equipped with the following:
• ETL Listed to ANSI Standard Z83.8 and CGA 2.6
• High Thermal Efficiency
• Direct Spark Ignition
• Power Venting
• 24 Volt Control Power
• At least 6 in. wg of natural gas pressure (14 in. wg for LP) is
required at the units gas connection in order to achieve
maximum performance
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Unit Installation
Outdoor Venting
Furnace Control
Room Override
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Stainless Steel
Outdoor
Standard
2 Stage
Yes
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IGX-120-H32
34.687
33.192
65.948
48.723
ELEVATION VIEW
*Standard configuration for unit access is on the right-hand side, when looking into the unit intake in the direction of airflow.
*Note: Order of unit sections is from intake of unit to discharge of unit.
*Sections included on this unit: Cooling Section, Blower Section, Furnace 1 Section
*Insulation: Duct Liner, Entire Unit Insulated.
ACCESS SIDE
EVAP COOLING
34.687
BLOWER
65.948
FURNACE
33.192
52.166
66.532
ACCESS SIDE
ACCESS SIDE
ACCESS SIDE
PLAN VIEW
* Standard configuration for unit access is on the right-hand side, when looking into the unit intake in the direction of airflow.
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52.166
END VIEW
1.049
2.059
44.625
49.772
2.049
66.532
INTAKE VIEW
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NOTE: Roof Opening Requirements:
Minimum Roof Opening: The minimum roof opening size is the illustrated duct diameter plus 0.25 in. on all sides.
For example: If the duct size is 14 x 14 in. square, the minimum roof opening size is 14.5 x 14.5 in. square.
Maximum Roof Opening: There must be a minimum perimeter of 1.75 in. between the roof opening and the roof curb.
For example: If the roof curb is 75 x 30 in. square, the maximum roof opening is 71.5 x 26.5 in. inches square.
26.000
96.250
CURB LENGTH
RECOMMENDED
26.000
3.500
Supply
Duct
48.500
CURB WIDTH
RECOMMENDED
34.000
11.000
2.500
NOTE: The weatherhood and filter sections of the make-up air unit are not supported by the curb.
This is by design, in order to help alleviate water infiltration issues.
FOOTPRINT VIEW
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Outdoor Unit:
28-TON PURY-P336YSLMU-A (-BS)
(Consists of Two PURY-P168YLMU-A (-BS) and One CMY-ER200CBK Twinning Kit)
Job Name:
System Reference:
Date:
UNIT OPTION
□□ Standard Model…...…...…………......………PURY-P336YSLMU-A
□□ Seacoast (BS) Model…….....……......….PURY-P336YSLMU-A-BS
ACCESSORIES
OUTDOOR VRF HEAT PUMP WITH
HEAT RECOVERY SYSTEM
Specifications
Unit Type
Nominal Cooling Capacity
(460V)
Nominal Heating Capacity
(460V)
Operating Temperature
Range *1
External Dimensions
(H x W x D)
Net Weight
External Finish
Electrical Power
Requirements
Minimum Circuit Ampacity
(MCA)
Maximum Overcurrent
Protection (MOP)
Piping Diameter (Brazed)
From From Twinning Kit to
BC Controller (In. / mm)
Max. Total Refrigerant Line
Length
Max. Refrigerant Line Length
(Between ODU & IDU)
Max. Control Wiring Length
Indoor Unit
Sound Pressure Level
Fan
Type x Quantity
Airflow Rate
External Static Pressure
Compressor Operating Range
□■ □ Twinning Kit (required)..............................................…CMY-ER200CBK
□□ Joint Kit..............................for details see Pipe Accessories Submittal
□■ □ BC Controller (required)…..............for details see BC Controller Submittals
□□ Low Ambient Kit ...............…..for details see Low Ambient Kit Submittal
□□ Snow/Hail Guards Kit......…for details see Snow/Hail Guards Kit Submittal
□□ Base Pan Heater Kit.............for details see Base Pan Heater Kit Submittal
System
PURY-P168YLMU-A (-BS)
Btu/h
336,000
168,000
168,000
Btu/h
378,000
188,000
188,000
Cooling (Outdoor) *2
Heating (Outdoor)
Refer to Module Data
In. (mm)
Refer to Module Data
Lbs. (kg)
1,460 (662)
Refer to Module Data
23~126° F (-5~52° C) DB
-13~60° F (-25~15.5° C) WB
64-31/32 x 68-29/32 x 29-5/32
64-31/32 x 68-29/32 x 29-5/32
(1,650 x 1,750 x 740)
(1,650 x 1,750 x 740)
730 (331)
730 (331)
Pre-coated galvanized steel sheet
Voltage, Phase, Hertz
Refer to Module Data**
460V, 3-Phase, 60Hz
A
Refer to Module Data**
31
31
A
Refer to Module Data**
50
50
Liquid (High Pressure)
Gas (Low Pressure)
1-1/8 (28.58)
1-5/8 (41.28)
Ft.
3,117
Ft.
541
Ft.
Total Capacity
Model / Quantity
dB(A)
CFM
In. WG
Refer to System Data
Refer to System Data
1,640
50~150% of ODUs
P06~P96/2~50 (Max. No.
Connectable Branches: 48)
64.0
Refer to Module Data
Refer to Module Data
6% to 100%
Refer to Module Data
Refrigerant
Refer to Module Data
High Pressure
AHRI Ratings
(Ducted/Non-Ducted)
Module 2
PURY-P168YLMU-A (-BS)
Compressor Type x Quantity
Protection Devices
Module 1
PURY-P336YSLMU-A (-BS)
Inverter Circuit
(Comp. / Fan)
Fan Motor
EER
IEER
COP
SCHE
NOTES:
Refer to Module Data
9.9 / 9.7
15.3 / 17.6
3.19 / 3.23
20.4 / 23.4
*1. When applying product below -4° F, consult your design engineer for cold climate application
best practices, including the use of a backup source for heating.
*2. For details on extended cooling operation range down to -10° F DB, see Low Ambient Kit Submittal.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Refer to System Data
Refer to System Data
Refer to System Data
Propeller fan x 2
Propeller fan x 2
11,300
11,300
Selectable; 0, 0.12 or 0.24”WG; factory set to 0”W.G.
Refer to System Data
Inverter-driven Scroll
Inverter-driven Scroll
Hermetic x 1
Hermetic x 1
R410A; 23 lbs. + 2 oz. (10.5 kg) R410A; 23 lbs. + 2 oz. (10.5 kg)
High pressure sensor,
High pressure sensor,
High pressure switch at
High pressure switch at
4.15 MPa (601 psi)
4.15 MPa (601 psi)
Over-current protection
Over-current protection
Thermal switch
Thermal switch
Refer to System Data
** Each individual module requires a separate electrical connection.
Refer to electrical data for each individual module.
© 2016 Mitsubishi Electric US, Inc.
Left view
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
1650(65)
d
30(1-3/16)
Note 1.Connect the pipes as shown in the figure above. Refer to the table above for the pipe size.
2.Twinning pipe (High pressure) should not be tilted more than 15 degrees from the horizontal plane.
Be sure to see the Installation Manual for details of Twinning pipe installation.
3.The pipe section before the Twinning pipe (section "a" in the figure) must have at least 500mm(19-11/16) of straight section
(*including the straight pipe that is supplied with the Twinning pipe).
4.Only use the Twinning pipe by Mitsubishi (optional parts).
5.Connect the outdoor unit 1 with the Twinning pipe (Low pressure) (section "d" in the figure).
Unit model
Component
unit model
Twinning Kit High pressure
~Outdoor unit Low pressure
Unit model
Component
unit model
Twinning Kit High pressure
~Outdoor unit Low pressure
c
d
c
d
c
f
P240
P120
ø22.2(7/8)
- (Note 5)
P168
e
ø22.2(7/8)
f ø28.58(1-1/8)
P144
ø19.05(3/4) e ø19.05(3/4)
f ø28.58(1-1/8)
- (Note 5)
P312
P120
Front view
Twinning pipe(Low pressure)
<optional parts>
PURY-P240YSLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P264YSLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P288YSLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P312YSLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P336YSLMU-A(-BS)
PURY-P120YLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P144YLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P144YLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P168YLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P168YLMU-A(-BS)
PURY-P120YLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P120YLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P144YLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P144YLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P168YLMU-A(-BS)
CMY-ER200CBK
ø28.58(1-1/8)
ø34.93(1-3/8)
ø41.28(1-5/8)
Intake
air
Outdoor unit 1
1750(68-15/16)
c
d
c
d
P264
P120
b
P168
ø22.2(7/8)
- (Note 5)
P168
e
ø22.2(7/8)
f ø28.58(1-1/8)
c
d
P144
Intake
air
e ø22.2(7/8)
f ø28.58(1-1/8)
P288
ø22.2(7/8)
- (Note 5)
P144
To BC controller
a
To BC controller
Twinning pipe(High pressure)
<optional parts>
ø22.2(7/8) e ø19.05(3/4)
f ø28.58(1-1/8)
- (Note 5)
P336
P144
e
Outdoor unit 2
1750(68-15/16)
PURY-P240 ,264, 288, 312, 336YSLMU-A(-BS)
Twinning pipe connection size
Package unit name
Outdoor unit 1
Component unit name
Outdoor unit 2
Outdoor Twinning Kit(optional parts)
High pressure a
BC controller~Twinning pipe Low pressure
b
Intake
air
Discharge air
740(29-3/16)
Outdoor Unit:
PURY-P336YSLMU-A (-BS) – DIMENSIONS
Unit: mm (in.)
NOTES:
SEACOAST PROTECTION
• Anti-corrosion Protection: A coating treatment is applied to condenser coil for protection from air contaminants.
• Standard: Salt Spray Test Method - no unusual rust development to 480 hours.
• Sea Coast (BS): Salt Spray Test Method (JRA 9002) - no unusual rust development to 960 hours.
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57
(2-1/4)
533(21)
20
(13/16)
(
)
Service valve
Bottom view
140 (5-9/16)
)
A
Service valve
Front view
(
57
(2-1/4)
A
19.5
(13/16)
Transformer box
Service panel
Intake
air
Control box
Refrigerant service valve
<Low pressure>
Left side view
586(23-1/8)
20
(13/16)
Discharge air
<Snow hood attachment hole>
80
(3-3/16)
121 (4-13/16)
Intake
air
Refrigerant service valve
<High pressure>
327(12-7/8)
2×7-ø4.6(3/16) Hole
(Make hole at the plastic fan guard
for snow hood attachment)
262
(10-3/8)
54(2-3/16)
(23-5/8)
(2-13/16)
=(5-15/16)×4
70
600=150×4
150 (5-15/16)
(8-9/16) 217
(5-3/4) 145
196 (7-3/4)
7
1
58(2-5/16)
140(5-9/16)
8
3
Bottom view
795(31-5/16)
(Mounting pitch)
150 (5-15/16)
Front view
5
795(31-5/16)
(Mounting pitch)
6
516(20-3/8)
561(22-1/8)
526(20-3/4)
75(3)
541(21-5/16)
562(22-3/16)
2
4
Top view
49(1-15/16)
831(32-3/4)
831(32-3/4)
1750(68-15/16)
77
(3-1/16)
89
(3-9/16)
84
(3-5/16)
94
(3-3/4)
740(29-3/16)
ø25.4
(1)
PURY-P168YLMU ø22.2 Brazed ø28.58 Brazed
(1-1/8) *1
(7/8) *1
2×3-14(9/16)×20(13/16) Oval hole
80
(3-3/16)
ø28.58
(1-1/8)
ø28.58
(1-1/8)
ø28.58
(1-1/8)
ø43.7 or ø22.2 Knockout hole
Front through hole (1-3/4) (7/8)
5
6
Bottom through hole
ø65 Knockout hole
(2-9/16)
ø52 Knockout hole
Bottom through hole
7
(2-1/16)
ø34 Knockout hole
8 For transmission cables Front through hole (1-3/8)
ø62.7 or ø34.5 Knockout hole
Front through hole (2-1/2) (1-3/8)
4
For wires
Bottom through hole
3
150 × 94 Knockout hole
(5-15/16) (3-3/4)
Front through hole
(Uses when twinning
ø45 Knockout hole
kit (optional parts) (1-13/16)
is mounted.)
For pipes
2
Specifications
140 × 77 Knockout hole
(5-9/16)(3-1/16)
Front through hole
Usage
1
NO.
*1 Use the included connecting pipe and connect to the refrigerant service
valve piping.
ø25.4
(1)
Low
pressure
Service valve
High
pressure
ø25.4
(1)
Low
pressure
Diameter
PURY-P144YLMU ø22.2 Brazed ø28.58 Brazed
(1-1/8) *1
(7/8) *1
High
pressure
Refrigerant pipe
PURY-P120YLMU ø19.05 Brazed ø28.58 Brazed
(1-1/8) *1
(3/4) *1
Model
Connecting pipe specifications
Note1.Please refer to the engineering manual for information
regarding necessary spacing around the unit and
foundation work. Outdoor unit must be mounted at least
12" off the ground or 12" above the highest average snow
depth, whichever is greater.
2.At brazing of pipes,wrap the refrigerant service valve
with wet cloth and keep the temperature of
refrigerant service valve under 120°C(248 °F).
<Accessories>
●Connecting pipe
<Low pressure>
● Elbow(IDø28.58(1-1/8)×ODø28.58(1-1/8)) ● ● ● P120,P144,P168 1pc.
<High pressure>
● ● ● P120 1pc.
● Pipe (IDø25.4(1)×IDø19.05(3/4))
● Pipe (IDø25.4(1)×ODø19.05(3/4)) ● ● ● P120 1pc.
● Pipe (IDø25.4(1)×IDø22.2(7/8))
● ● ● P144,P168 1pc.
● Pipe (IDø25.4(1)×ODø22.2(7/8))
● ● ● P144,P168 1pc.
2×2-80(3-3/16)×35(1-7/16) Oval hole
<Sling hole>
Fan box
Service
panel
Intake
air
19.5
(13/16)
1650(65)
303
(11-15/16)
1347(53-1/16)
29.5
(1-3/16)
(26-13/16)
681(678~684)
(26-3/4~26-15/16)
(Mounting pitch)
(740)(29-3/16)
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
(5-3/4) 146
PURY-P120, 144, 168YLMU-A(-BS)
29.5
(1-3/16)
Modules 1 & 2:
PURY-P168YLMU-A (-BS) – DIMENSIONS
Unit: mm (in.)
NOTES:
SEACOAST PROTECTION
• Anti-corrosion Protection: A coating treatment is applied to condenser coil for protection from air contaminants.
• Standard: Salt Spray Test Method - no unusual rust development to 480 hours.
• Sea Coast (BS): Salt Spray Test Method (JRA 9002) - no unusual rust development to 960 hours.
© 2016 Mitsubishi Electric US, Inc.
ø15.88(ø5/8)
(Outside diameter)
ø19.05(ø3/4)
182(7-3/16)
85
(3-3/8)
Twinning Kit:
CMY-ER200CBK
MY-ER200CBK
Unit:
mm
(in.)
Unit: mm
(inch)
Low-pressure pipe twinning kit
62 32
(2-1/2) (1-5/16)
176(6-15/16)
ø31.75(ø1-1/4)
(Outside diameter)
ø28.58(ø1-1/8)
26(1-1/16)
427(16-13/16)
<Accessory>
Fixing screw
Pipe cover
Cable tie
Insulation cover
62
(2-1/2)
ø19.05(ø3/4)
ø22.2(ø7/8)
(Outside diameter)
ø41.28(ø1-5/8)
ø34.93(ø1-3/8)
(Outside diameter)
•••1
•••1
•••2
•••1
ø28.58(ø1-1/8)
(Outside diameter)
62
(2-1/2)
ø28.58(ø1-1/8)
(Outside diameter)
108(4-5/16)
25 35
(1) (1-7/16)
136(5-3/8)
<Deformed pipe(Accessory)>
ø19.05(ø3/4)
ø22.2(ø7/8)
(Outside diameter)
ø31.75(ø1-1/4)
(Outside diameter)
ø22.2(ø7/8)
62
(2-1/2)
ø28.58(ø1-1/8)
ø31.75(ø1-1/4)
ø31.75(ø1-1/4)
50(2)
ø31.75(ø1-1/4)
(Outside diameter)
53
(2-1/8)
High-pressure twinning pipe
<Pipe for routing through the bottom (Accessory)>
55
(2-3/16)
ø19.05(ø3/4)
ø25.4(ø1)
ø19.05(ø3/4)
(Outside diameter)
ø22.2(ø7/8)
(Outside diameter)
62
(2-1/2)
(3Pcs.)
ø22.2(ø7/8)
(Outside diameter)
62
(2-1/2)
ø19.05(ø3/4)
62
(2-1/2)
ø19.05(ø3/4)
(Outside diameter)
ø28.58(ø1-1/8)
62
(2-1/2)
<Pipe for routing through the front (Accessory)>
ø19.05(ø3/4)
ø25.4(ø1)
303(11-15/16)
<Deformed pipe(Accessory)>
ø22.2(ø7/8)
ø28.58(ø1-1/8)
69
(2-3/4)
ø22.2(ø7/8)
(Outside diameter)
182(7-3/16)
Note 1:Refer to the figure below for the installation
position of the twinning pipe.
Twinning pipe on the
high-pressure side
±15°
ø19.05(ø3/4)
(Outside diameter)
35
(1-7/16)
80
(3-3/16)
ø34.93(ø1-3/8)
160(6-5/16)
ø19.05(ø3/4)
ø28.58(ø1-1/8)
69
(2-3/4)
100(3-15/16)
50(2)
ø28.58(ø1-1/8)
ø28.58(ø1-1/8)
53 (2-1/8)
<Elbow pipe(Accessory)>
ø15.88(ø5/8)
Slope of the twinning pipe is at an angle
within ±15° to the horizontal plane.
2:Pipe diameter is indicated
by inside diameter.
62
(2-1/2)
Note 1. Reference the attitude angle of the branch pipe below the fig.
15
Distributer
The angle of the branch pipe for hign pressure is within 15 against the horizontal plane.
2. Use the attached pipe to braze the port-opening of the distributer.
3. Pipe diameter is indicated by inside diameter.
4. Only use the Twinning pipe by Mitsubishi (optional parts) .
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FORM# PURY-P336YSLMU-A (-BS) - 201605
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Outdoor Unit:
20-TON PURY-P240YSLMU-A (-BS)
(Consists of Two PURY-P120YLMU-A (-BS), and One CMY-ER200CBK Twinning Kit)
Job Name:
System Reference:
Date:
UNIT OPTION
□□ Standard Model…...…...…………......………PURY-P240YSLMU-A
□□ Seacoast (BS) Model…….....……......….PURY-P240YSLMU-A-BS
ACCESSORIES
OUTDOOR VRF HEAT PUMP WITH
HEAT RECOVERY SYSTEM
Specifications
Unit Type
Nominal Cooling Capacity
(460V)
Nominal Heating Capacity
(460V)
Operating Temperature
Range *1
External Dimensions
(H x W x D)
Net Weight
External Finish
Electrical Power
Requirements
Minimum Circuit Ampacity
(MCA)
Maximum Overcurrent
Protection (MOP)
Piping Diameter (Brazed)
From From Twinning Kit to
BC Controller (In. / mm)
Max. Total Refrigerant Line
Length
Max. Refrigerant Line Length
(Between ODU & IDU)
Max. Control Wiring Length
Indoor Unit
Sound Pressure Level
Fan
Type x Quantity
Airflow Rate
External Static Pressure
Compressor Operating Range
□■ □ Twinning Kit (required)..............................................…CMY-ER200CBK
□□ Joint Kit..............................for details see Pipe Accessories Submittal
□■ □ BC Controller (required)…..............for details see BC Controller Submittals
□□ Low Ambient Kit ...............…..for details see Low Ambient Kit Submittal
□□ Snow/Hail Guards Kit......…for details see Snow/Hail Guards Kit Submittal
□□ Base Pan Heater Kit.............for details see Base Pan Heater Kit Submittal
System
PURY-P240YSLMU-A (-BS)
Module 1
PURY-P120YLMU-A (-BS)
Module 2
PURY-P120YLMU-A (-BS)
Btu/h
240,000
120,000
120,000
Btu/h
270,000
135,000
135,000
Cooling (Outdoor) *2
Heating (Outdoor)
Refer to Module Data
In. (mm)
Refer to Module Data
Lbs. (kg)
1,460 (662)
Refer to Module Data
23~126° F (-5~52° C) DB
-13~60° F (-25~15.5° C) WB
64-31/32 x 68-29/32 x 29-5/32
64-31/32 x 68-29/32 x 29-5/32
(1,650 x 1,750 x 740)
(1,650 x 1,750 x 740)
730 (331)
730 (331)
Pre-coated galvanized steel sheet
Voltage, Phase, Hertz
Refer to Module Data**
460V, 3-Phase, 60Hz
A
Refer to Module Data**
19
19
A
Refer to Module Data**
30
30
Liquid (High Pressure)
Gas (Low Pressure)
1-1/8 (28.58)
1-3/8 (34.93)
Ft.
2,625
Ft.
541
Ft.
Total Capacity
Model / Quantity
dB(A)
CFM
In. WG
Refer to System Data
Refer to System Data
1,640
50~150% of ODUs
P06~P96/2~50 (Max. No.
Connectable Branches: 48)
63.0
Refer to Module Data
Refer to Module Data
7% to 100%
Compressor Type x Quantity
Refer to Module Data
Refrigerant
Refer to Module Data
High Pressure
Protection Devices
AHRI Ratings
(Ducted/Non-Ducted)
Inverter Circuit
(Comp. / Fan)
Fan Motor
EER
IEER
COP
SCHE
NOTES:
Refer to Module Data
11.8 / 12.9
19.0 / 22.3
3.45 / 3.64
22.9 / 26.8
*1. When applying product below -4° F, consult your design engineer for cold climate application
best practices, including the use of a backup source for heating.
*2. For details on extended cooling operation range down to -10° F DB, see Low Ambient Kit Submittal.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Refer to System Data
Refer to System Data
Refer to System Data
Propeller fan x 2
Propeller fan x 2
11,300
11,300
Selectable; 0, 0.12 or 0.24”WG; factory set to 0”W.G.
Refer to System Data
Inverter-driven Scroll
Inverter-driven Scroll
Hermetic x 1
Hermetic x 1
R410A; 23 lbs. + 2 oz. (10.5 kg) R410A; 23 lbs. + 2 oz. (10.5 kg)
High pressure sensor,
High pressure sensor,
High pressure switch at
High pressure switch at
4.15 MPa (601 psi)
4.15 MPa (601 psi)
Over-current protection
Over-current protection
Thermal switch
Thermal switch
Refer to System Data
** Each individual module requires a separate electrical connection.
Refer to electrical data for each individual module.
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Left view
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
1650(65)
d
30(1-3/16)
Note 1.Connect the pipes as shown in the figure above. Refer to the table above for the pipe size.
2.Twinning pipe (High pressure) should not be tilted more than 15 degrees from the horizontal plane.
Be sure to see the Installation Manual for details of Twinning pipe installation.
3.The pipe section before the Twinning pipe (section "a" in the figure) must have at least 500mm(19-11/16) of straight section
(*including the straight pipe that is supplied with the Twinning pipe).
4.Only use the Twinning pipe by Mitsubishi (optional parts).
5.Connect the outdoor unit 1 with the Twinning pipe (Low pressure) (section "d" in the figure).
Unit model
Component
unit model
Twinning Kit High pressure
~Outdoor unit Low pressure
Unit model
Component
unit model
Twinning Kit High pressure
~Outdoor unit Low pressure
c
d
c
d
c
f
P240
P120
ø22.2(7/8)
- (Note 5)
P168
e
ø22.2(7/8)
f ø28.58(1-1/8)
P144
ø19.05(3/4) e ø19.05(3/4)
f ø28.58(1-1/8)
- (Note 5)
P312
P120
Front view
Twinning pipe(Low pressure)
<optional parts>
PURY-P240YSLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P264YSLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P288YSLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P312YSLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P336YSLMU-A(-BS)
PURY-P120YLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P144YLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P144YLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P168YLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P168YLMU-A(-BS)
PURY-P120YLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P120YLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P144YLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P144YLMU-A(-BS) PURY-P168YLMU-A(-BS)
CMY-ER200CBK
ø28.58(1-1/8)
ø34.93(1-3/8)
ø41.28(1-5/8)
Intake
air
Outdoor unit 1
1750(68-15/16)
c
d
c
d
P264
P120
b
P168
ø22.2(7/8)
- (Note 5)
P168
e
ø22.2(7/8)
f ø28.58(1-1/8)
c
d
P144
Intake
air
e ø22.2(7/8)
f ø28.58(1-1/8)
P288
ø22.2(7/8)
- (Note 5)
P144
To BC controller
a
To BC controller
Twinning pipe(High pressure)
<optional parts>
ø22.2(7/8) e ø19.05(3/4)
f ø28.58(1-1/8)
- (Note 5)
P336
P144
e
Outdoor unit 2
1750(68-15/16)
PURY-P240 ,264, 288, 312, 336YSLMU-A(-BS)
Twinning pipe connection size
Package unit name
Outdoor unit 1
Component unit name
Outdoor unit 2
Outdoor Twinning Kit(optional parts)
High pressure a
BC controller~Twinning pipe Low pressure
b
Intake
air
Discharge air
740(29-3/16)
Outdoor Unit:
PURY-P240YSLMU-A (-BS) – DIMENSIONS
Unit: mm (in.)
NOTES:
SEACOAST PROTECTION
• Anti-corrosion Protection: A coating treatment is applied to condenser coil for protection from air contaminants.
• Standard: Salt Spray Test Method - no unusual rust development to 480 hours.
• Sea Coast (BS): Salt Spray Test Method (JRA 9002) - no unusual rust development to 960 hours.
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57
(2-1/4)
533(21)
20
(13/16)
(
)
Service valve
Bottom view
140 (5-9/16)
)
A
Service valve
Front view
(
57
(2-1/4)
A
19.5
(13/16)
Transformer box
Service panel
Intake
air
Control box
Refrigerant service valve
<Low pressure>
Left side view
586(23-1/8)
20
(13/16)
Discharge air
<Snow hood attachment hole>
80
(3-3/16)
121 (4-13/16)
Intake
air
Refrigerant service valve
<High pressure>
327(12-7/8)
2×7-ø4.6(3/16) Hole
(Make hole at the plastic fan guard
for snow hood attachment)
262
(10-3/8)
54(2-3/16)
(23-5/8)
(2-13/16)
=(5-15/16)×4
70
600=150×4
150 (5-15/16)
(8-9/16) 217
(5-3/4) 145
196 (7-3/4)
7
1
58(2-5/16)
140(5-9/16)
8
3
Bottom view
795(31-5/16)
(Mounting pitch)
150 (5-15/16)
Front view
5
795(31-5/16)
(Mounting pitch)
6
516(20-3/8)
561(22-1/8)
526(20-3/4)
75(3)
541(21-5/16)
562(22-3/16)
2
4
Top view
49(1-15/16)
831(32-3/4)
831(32-3/4)
1750(68-15/16)
77
(3-1/16)
89
(3-9/16)
84
(3-5/16)
94
(3-3/4)
740(29-3/16)
ø25.4
(1)
PURY-P168YLMU ø22.2 Brazed ø28.58 Brazed
(1-1/8) *1
(7/8) *1
2×3-14(9/16)×20(13/16) Oval hole
80
(3-3/16)
ø28.58
(1-1/8)
ø28.58
(1-1/8)
ø28.58
(1-1/8)
ø43.7 or ø22.2 Knockout hole
Front through hole (1-3/4) (7/8)
5
6
Bottom through hole
ø65 Knockout hole
(2-9/16)
ø52 Knockout hole
Bottom through hole
7
(2-1/16)
ø34 Knockout hole
8 For transmission cables Front through hole (1-3/8)
ø62.7 or ø34.5 Knockout hole
Front through hole (2-1/2) (1-3/8)
4
For wires
Bottom through hole
3
150 × 94 Knockout hole
(5-15/16) (3-3/4)
Front through hole
(Uses when twinning
ø45 Knockout hole
kit (optional parts) (1-13/16)
is mounted.)
For pipes
2
Specifications
140 × 77 Knockout hole
(5-9/16)(3-1/16)
Front through hole
Usage
1
NO.
*1 Use the included connecting pipe and connect to the refrigerant service
valve piping.
ø25.4
(1)
Low
pressure
Service valve
High
pressure
ø25.4
(1)
Low
pressure
Diameter
PURY-P144YLMU ø22.2 Brazed ø28.58 Brazed
(1-1/8) *1
(7/8) *1
High
pressure
Refrigerant pipe
PURY-P120YLMU ø19.05 Brazed ø28.58 Brazed
(1-1/8) *1
(3/4) *1
Model
Connecting pipe specifications
Note1.Please refer to the engineering manual for information
regarding necessary spacing around the unit and
foundation work. Outdoor unit must be mounted at least
12" off the ground or 12" above the highest average snow
depth, whichever is greater.
2.At brazing of pipes,wrap the refrigerant service valve
with wet cloth and keep the temperature of
refrigerant service valve under 120°C(248 °F).
<Accessories>
●Connecting pipe
<Low pressure>
● Elbow(IDø28.58(1-1/8)×ODø28.58(1-1/8)) ● ● ● P120,P144,P168 1pc.
<High pressure>
● ● ● P120 1pc.
● Pipe (IDø25.4(1)×IDø19.05(3/4))
● Pipe (IDø25.4(1)×ODø19.05(3/4)) ● ● ● P120 1pc.
● Pipe (IDø25.4(1)×IDø22.2(7/8))
● ● ● P144,P168 1pc.
● Pipe (IDø25.4(1)×ODø22.2(7/8))
● ● ● P144,P168 1pc.
2×2-80(3-3/16)×35(1-7/16) Oval hole
<Sling hole>
Fan box
Service
panel
Intake
air
19.5
(13/16)
1650(65)
303
(11-15/16)
1347(53-1/16)
29.5
(1-3/16)
(26-13/16)
681(678~684)
(26-3/4~26-15/16)
(Mounting pitch)
(740)(29-3/16)
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
(5-3/4) 146
PURY-P120, 144, 168YLMU-A(-BS)
29.5
(1-3/16)
Modules 1 and 2:
PURY-P120YLMU-A (-BS) – DIMENSIONS
Unit: mm (in.)
NOTES:
SEACOAST PROTECTION
• Anti-corrosion Protection: A coating treatment is applied to condenser coil for protection from air contaminants.
• Standard: Salt Spray Test Method - no unusual rust development to 480 hours.
• Sea Coast (BS): Salt Spray Test Method (JRA 9002) - no unusual rust development to 960 hours.
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ø15.88(ø5/8)
(Outside diameter)
ø19.05(ø3/4)
182(7-3/16)
85
(3-3/8)
Twinning Kit:
CMY-ER200CBK
MY-ER200CBK
Unit:
mm
(in.)
Unit: mm
(inch)
Low-pressure pipe twinning kit
62 32
(2-1/2) (1-5/16)
176(6-15/16)
ø31.75(ø1-1/4)
(Outside diameter)
ø28.58(ø1-1/8)
26(1-1/16)
427(16-13/16)
<Accessory>
Fixing screw
Pipe cover
Cable tie
Insulation cover
62
(2-1/2)
ø19.05(ø3/4)
ø22.2(ø7/8)
(Outside diameter)
ø41.28(ø1-5/8)
ø34.93(ø1-3/8)
(Outside diameter)
•••1
•••1
•••2
•••1
ø28.58(ø1-1/8)
(Outside diameter)
62
(2-1/2)
ø28.58(ø1-1/8)
(Outside diameter)
108(4-5/16)
25 35
(1) (1-7/16)
136(5-3/8)
<Deformed pipe(Accessory)>
ø19.05(ø3/4)
ø22.2(ø7/8)
(Outside diameter)
ø31.75(ø1-1/4)
(Outside diameter)
ø22.2(ø7/8)
62
(2-1/2)
ø28.58(ø1-1/8)
ø31.75(ø1-1/4)
ø31.75(ø1-1/4)
50(2)
ø31.75(ø1-1/4)
(Outside diameter)
53
(2-1/8)
High-pressure twinning pipe
<Pipe for routing through the bottom (Accessory)>
55
(2-3/16)
ø19.05(ø3/4)
ø25.4(ø1)
ø19.05(ø3/4)
(Outside diameter)
ø22.2(ø7/8)
(Outside diameter)
62
(2-1/2)
(3Pcs.)
ø22.2(ø7/8)
(Outside diameter)
62
(2-1/2)
ø19.05(ø3/4)
62
(2-1/2)
ø19.05(ø3/4)
(Outside diameter)
ø28.58(ø1-1/8)
62
(2-1/2)
<Pipe for routing through the front (Accessory)>
ø19.05(ø3/4)
ø25.4(ø1)
303(11-15/16)
<Deformed pipe(Accessory)>
ø22.2(ø7/8)
ø28.58(ø1-1/8)
69
(2-3/4)
ø22.2(ø7/8)
(Outside diameter)
182(7-3/16)
Note 1:Refer to the figure below for the installation
position of the twinning pipe.
Twinning pipe on the
high-pressure side
±15°
ø19.05(ø3/4)
(Outside diameter)
35
(1-7/16)
80
(3-3/16)
ø34.93(ø1-3/8)
160(6-5/16)
ø19.05(ø3/4)
ø28.58(ø1-1/8)
69
(2-3/4)
100(3-15/16)
50(2)
ø28.58(ø1-1/8)
ø28.58(ø1-1/8)
53 (2-1/8)
<Elbow pipe(Accessory)>
ø15.88(ø5/8)
Slope of the twinning pipe is at an angle
within ±15° to the horizontal plane.
2:Pipe diameter is indicated
by inside diameter.
62
(2-1/2)
Note 1. Reference the attitude angle of the branch pipe below the fig.
15
Distributer
The angle of the branch pipe for hign pressure is within 15 against the horizontal plane.
2. Use the attached pipe to braze the port-opening of the distributer.
3. Pipe diameter is indicated by inside diameter.
4. Only use the Twinning pipe by Mitsubishi (optional parts) .
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FORM# PURY-P240YSLMU-A (-BS) - 201605
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
© 2016 Mitsubishi Electric US, Inc.
6. SOUND PRESSURE LEVELS
Measurement condition
PURY-P72TLMU/YLMU
Measurement condition
PURY-P96TLMU/YLMU
1m
1m
Measurement
location
1m
Measurement
location
1m
Sound level of PURY-P96T/YLMU-A(-BS)
Sound level of PURY-P72T/YLMU-A(-BS)
90
60Hz
70
NC-70
60
NC-60
50
NC-50
40
NC-40
30
20
10
63
NC-30
Approximate minimum
audible limit on
continuous noise
125
250
NC-20
500
Stand 60Hz
Low
80
1k
2k
4k
Octave band sound level (dB)
Low
80
Octave band sound level (dB)
90
Stand 60Hz
70
NC-70
60
NC-60
50
NC-50
40
NC-40
30
20
10
63
8k
NC-30
Approximate minimum
audible limit on
continuous noise
125
Octave band central frequency (Hz)
Standard
Low noise mode
60Hz
60Hz
63
73.5
58.0
125 250 500
1k
64.5 60.5 56.5 50.0
55.0 45.0 40.0 36.0
2k
44.0
31.0
250
NC-20
500
1k
2k
4k
8k
Octave band central frequency (Hz)
4k
38.0
26.0
8k
33.0
29.0
dB(A)
58.0
44.0
When Low noise mode is set,the A/C system's capacity is limited. The system could return to normal operation
from Low noise mode automatically in the case that the operation condition is severe.
Tested in accordance with JIS B 8616.
R2-L-60
60Hz
Standard
Low noise mode
60Hz
60Hz
63
72.0
58.0
125 250 500
1k
65.0 60.0 56.5 50.5
55.0 45.0 40.0 36.0
2k
44.0
31.0
4k
40.0
26.5
8k
33.0
29.0
dB(A)
58.0
44.0
When Low noise mode is set,the A/C system's capacity is limited. The system could return to normal operation
from Low noise mode automatically in the case that the operation condition is severe.
Tested in accordance with JIS B 8616.
PURY-P-T(S)LMU-A, -Y(S)LMU-A (November 2015)
© 2015 Mitsubishi Electric US, Inc.
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