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GAS-FIRED POWER VENTED UNIT HEATERS
PROPELLER & BLOWER MODELS
MODEL HD
MODEL HDB
MODEL HD
MODEL PDP
MODEL BDP
MODEL PTP
6-189.9 • NOVEMBER, 2014
MODEL HDB
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Modine’s power vented unit heaters are designed for the
heating requirements of commercial and industrial buildings with
select models available for residential garage heating as well.
For locations where negative pressure may be an issue or
energy savings over older gravity vented units may be desired,
Modine power vented gas fired unit heaters are your solution.
With 20 propeller and 11 blower model sizes available, the
units cover a wide variety of applications with input ranges
from 30,000 to 400,000 Btu/Hr in either natural or propane gas.
This catalog describes the design benefits, construction
features, performance data, unit selection procedure, and
the optional and accessory devices available.
Table of Contents
Page
Design Features - All Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Design Features - Model HD/HDB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Design Features - Model PDP/BDP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Design Features - Model PTP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
General Performance Data - Propeller Models HD/PDP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
General Performance Data - Model PTP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
General Performance Data - Blower Models HDB/BDP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Blower Performance Data - Blower Model HDB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Blower Performance Data - Blower Model BDP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-13
Gas Control Data - All Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Field Installed Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Downturn Hood Performance Data - Propeller Models HD/PDP/PTP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Velocity Generating Nozzle Performance Data - Blower Model BDP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Unit Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19
Dimensional Data - Models HD/HDB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Dimensional Data - Model PDP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Dimensional Data - Model BDP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Dimensional Data - Model PTP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Specifications - All Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-25
Model Nomenclature - All Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
!
WARNING
Do not locate ANY gas-fired unit in areas where chlorinated,
halogenated or acid vapors are present in the atmosphere.
!
DANGER
Appliances must not be installed where they may be exposed
to a potentially explosive or flammable atmosphere.
As Modine Manufacturing Company has a continuous product improvement program, it reserves the right to change design and specifications without notice.
The Modine Breeze® AccuSpec is the fastest way to generate performance data based
on actual job conditions. The Breeze® AccuSpec program is a web-based sizing and selection
program. The program provides a series of step-by-step questions that allow for the easy
configuration of Modine products. After a model has been configured, the program can
generate Submittal Schedules, Submittal Data (including performance and dimensional
drawings), and Specifications.
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DESIGN FEATURES - ALL UNITS
Tubular Heat Exchanger Power Vented Unit
Heaters, 30-125MBH
For residential, commercial or industrial applications that require
a low profile unit, Modine offers the Hot Dawg®. Capable of
being installed just one inch below the ceiling, the superior
quality of the Hot Dawg makes it a preferred choice for a
variety of applications, including garages and workshops.
Figure 2.1 - Hot Dawg
Propeller Unit Heater
Figure 2.2 - Hot Dawg
Blower Unit Heater
Model HD
Power Vented Unit Heater, 150-400MBH
For commercial or industrial applications that require higher
input ratings, the PDP/BDP and PTP are available in ratings
that range from 150,000 to 400,000 Btu/Hr in either natural or
propane gas.
Figure 2.3 - PDP/BDP
Unit Heater
Figure 2.4 - PTP
Propeller Unit Heater
Model PDP
(BDP Not Shown)
Model HDB
Model PTP
Table 3.1 - Standard Features and Factory Options ➀
Model
Feature
HD
HDB
PDP
BDP
PTP
22 ga.
22 ga.
20 ga.
20 ga.
20 ga.
Low profile casing design
•
•
Baked-on polyester powder paint for durability and corrosion resistence
•
•
•
•
•
Adjustable air-deflector blades
•
•
•
•
•
Fans engineered for quiet operation
•
•
•
•
•
Totally enclosed fan/blower motors (model sizes 100 and above)
•
•
•
•
Fingerproof fan guard (optional on PDP and PTP units)
•
•
Two L-shaped mounting brackets (optional on sizes 100/125)
•
•
Cabinet and Air Mover
Aluminized steel cabinet (gauge indicated)
•
Adjustable mounting brackets for level hanging
•
•
Hinged tool-less bottom pan entry
•
•
Multi-tap 3-speed motors, certified to 0.8” W.C. external static pressure
•
Heat
Exchanger
and Burner
Adjustable motor sheaves, certified to 0.5” W.C. external static pressure
•
80% thermally efficient
•
•
•
•
•
Aluminized steel heat exchanger (409 stainless steel optional)
•
•
•
•
409 SS
Tubular heat exchanger
•
•
•
In-shot burner on each heat exchanger tube for reliable performance, ease of
serviceability and low sound level on flame ignition/extinction
•
•
•
ETL certification for commericial and industrial use in the US and Canada
•
•
ETL certification for residential use in the US and Canada
•
•
Factory-installed power exhauster
•
Controls for natural gas (propane optional)
•
Aluminized steel burner (409 stainless steel optional)
Controls
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Single stage gas controls (two stage optional)
•
•
•
•
•
High limit safety control
•
•
•
•
•
Differential pressure switch for proof of venting
•
•
•
•
•
Flame roll-out safety switch
•
•
Direct spark ignition with continuous retry control system
•
•
•
•
Intermittent pilot ignition with continuous retry control system
•
Control terminal board and low voltage terminal connections
•
•
•
•
•
Gas control step down transformer with 24V gas controls
•
•
•
•
•
Fan delay timer
•
•
•
•
•
➀ See page 15 for Field Installed Accessories.
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DESIGN FEATURES - MODELS HD/HDB
Figure 4.1 - Factory Mounted Standard and Optional Features (Models HD/HDB)
➃
➅
➉
➇
➁
➀
➂
➈
➆
➄
➀ Power Exhauster (STD)
All HD series (low profile) unit heaters are supplied with a
round vent pipe connection.
➁ Pressure Switch (STD)
An automatic reset vent pressure switch is supplied on
all HD series (low profile)unit heaters and is designed to
prevent operation of the main burner in the event there
is restricted venting of flue products. This restriction may
occur due to an improper vent diameter, long vent runs,
un-approved vent terminal, high winds, high negative
pressure within space, etc. After the cause of the
restriction has been corrected, the pressure switch will
reset automatically. See the trouble shooting section of the
installation and service manual for more information.
➂ Integrated Direct Spark Control Board (STD)
The integrated direct spark ignition control combines all
furnace control functions. The integrated board provides
digital control of the air mover, inducer, ignition, gas valve
and flame sense as well as monitoring the safety circuit at
all times. The board includes LED diagnostics for trouble
shooting and a fused power supply.
➃ Gas Valve - (See Table 14.2)
a) S
ingle Stage Gas Valve - (STD)
The main gas valve is factory installed on the unit
heater gas train. The main gas valve provides regulator,
main gas, and manual shutoff functions. The valve is
redundant and provides 100% shut off.
b) T
wo Stage Gas Valve - (OPT)
The two-stage gas valve is factory installed on the unit
heater gas train. The two stage gas valve provides the
regulator, main gas (100% and 50% fire), and manual
shutoff functions. The valve is redundant and provides
100% shut off.
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➄ Control Step Down Transformer - (STD)
The control step down transformer is located in the
electrical junction box. The transformer is used to step down
the supply power (115V, 208V, 230V, 460V, 575V) to 24V for
the gas controls, fan delay relay, field supplied motor starter,
etc. To determine the control transformer supplied as well
as any accessory/field supplied transformers required, refer
to Table 12.1
➅ Flame Sensor – (hidden, STD)
Remote flame sensor verifies ignition of all burners,
monitors the flame signal and communicates with the
integrated circuit board.
➆ Flame Roll Out Switch - (STD)
Flame roll out switches are mounted near the burners and
will shut off the gas supply in the event of an unsafe flame
roll out condition.
➇ Auto High Limit Switch - (hidden, STD)
The limit control is mounted in the air stream and will shut
off the gas supply in the event of overheating.
➈ Direct Spark Igniter - (hidden, STD)
Provides spark for direct ignition of the burners.
➉ Manual Reset Control - (hidden, propeller 100-125 only)
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DESIGN FEATURES - MODELS PDP/BDP
Figure 5.1 - Factory Mounted Standard and Optional Features (Models PDP/BDP)
➈
➉
➆
➁ ➇
➄➂
➅
➃
➀
All units include the standard (STD) features, and may include
the optional (OPT) features shown.
➀Gas Valve (See Table 14.2)
a)Single Stage Gas Valve - (STD)
The main gas valve is factory installed on the unit heater
gas train. The main gas valve provides the pilot, regulator,
main gas, and manual shutoff functions.
b)Two Stage Gas Valve - (OPT)
The two-stage gas valve is factory installed on the unit
heater gas train. The two stage gas valve provides the
pilot, regulator, main gas (100% and 50% fire), and manual
shutoff functions. See the supplier literature included with
the unit.
➁ Ignition controller - (STD)
The ignition controller is factory installed on the back of the
unit heater with the spark igniter and sensor located on the
burner. For both natural and propane gas units, the ignition
controller is 100% shut-off with continuous retry. On a call for
heat, the system will attempt to light the pilot for 70 seconds.
If the pilot is not sensed for any reason, the ignition control
will wait for approximately six minutes with the combination
gas control closed and no spark. After six minutes, the cycle
will begin again. After three cycles, some ignition controllers
lockout for approximately one hour before the cycle begins
again. This will continue indefinitely until the pilot flame is
sensed or power is interrupted to the system.
➂ Time Delay Relay - (STD)
The time delay relay is factory installed in electrical junction
box. The time delay relay allows the gas controls to operate
for approximately 30 to 90 seconds before the blower starts.
This allows the heat exchanger a warm up period so that the
initial delivered air is not cool. The time delay relay also keeps
the motor running for approximately 30 - 90 seconds after the
call for heat has been satisfied to remove the residual heat
from the heat exchanger.
➃ Low Voltage Terminal Board - (STD)
The low voltage terminal board is located in electrical junction
box. The terminal board is labeled to match the electrical
wiring diagram provided with the unit.
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➄ Control Step Down Transformer - (STD)
The control step down transformer is located in the electrical
junction box. The transformer is used to step down the supply
power (115V, 208V, 230V, 460V, 575V) to 24V for the gas
controls, fan delay relay, field supplied motor starter, etc.
To determine the control transformer supplied as well as any
accessory/field supplied transformers required, refer to
Table 14.1
➅ Blower Motor - (OPT)
The blower motor is factory installed on the blower housing.
The blower motor can be provided in a variety of supply
voltages and motor horsepowers. The blower motor is
supplied with an adjustable sheave that can be used to
increase/decrease the blower RPM.
➆ High Limit Switch - (STD)
The automatic reset high limit switch is factory installed on the
side of the unit heater. If the limit temperature is exceeded,
the gas controls are de-energized until the switch is cooled.
➇ Pressure Switch (STD)
A automatic reset vent pressure switch is supplied on all
power vented unit heaters to prevent operation of the main
burner in the event there is restricted venting of flue products.
This restriction may occur due to an improper vent diameter,
long vent runs, un-approved vent terminal, high winds, high
negative pressure within space, etc. After the cause of the
restriction has been corrected, the pressure switch will reset
automatically.
➈Power Exhauster (STD)
All power vented unit heaters are supplied with a round vent
pipe connection. The power exhauster may be rotated 180° to
allow for various venting directions.
➉Finger Proof Fan Guard (OPT)
Propeller units may be equipped with an optional finger proof
fan guard for added protection. The finger proof fan guard is
installed at the factory in place of the standard fan guard.
Standard fan guard is shown.
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DESIGN FEATURES - MODELS PTP
Figure 6.1 - Factory Mounted Standard and Optional Features (Model PTP)
6
8
10
1
9
2
5
4
3
7
➀ Power Exhauster (STD)
All PTP series unit heaters are supplied with a round vent
pipe connection.
➁ Pressure Switch (STD)
An automatic reset vent pressure switch is supplied on
all PTP series unit heaters and is designed to prevent
operation of the main burner in the event there is restricted
venting of flue products. This restriction may occur due to
an improper vent diameter, long vent runs, unapproved vent
terminal, high winds, high negative pressure within space,
etc. After the cause of the restriction has been corrected,
the pressure switch will reset automatically. See the trouble
shooting section of the installation and service manual for
more information.
➂ Integrated Direct Spark Control Board (STD)
The integrated direct spark ignition control combines all
furnace control functions. The integrated board provides
digital control of the air mover, inducer, ignition, gas valve
and flame sense as well as monitoring the safety circuit at
all times. The board includes LED diagnostics for trouble
shooting and a fused power supply.
➃ Gas Valve - (See Table 14.2)
a) S
ingle Stage Gas Valve - (STD)
The main gas valve is factory installed on the unit
heater gas train. The main gas valve provides regulator,
main gas, and manual shutoff functions. The valve is
redundant and provides 100% shut off.
b) T
wo Stage Gas Valve - (OPT)
The two-stage gas valve is factory installed on the unit
heater gas train. The two stage gas valve provides the
regulator, main gas (100% and 50% fire), and manual
shutoff functions. The valve is redundant and provides
100% shut off.
6
8
➄ Control Step Down Transformer - (STD)
The control step down transformer is located in the
electrical junction box. The transformer is used to step down
the supply power (115V, 208V, 230V, 460V, 575V) to 24V for
the gas controls, fan delay relay, field supplied motor starter,
etc. To determine the control transformer supplied as well
as any accessory/field supplied transformers required, refer
to Table 14.1
➅ Flame Sensor – (hidden, STD)
Remote flame sensor verifies ignition of all burners,
monitors the flame signal and communicates with the
integrated circuit board.
➆ Direct Spark Igniter - (hidden, STD)
Provides spark for direct ignition of the burners.
➇ Auto High Limit Switch - (hidden, STD)
The limit control is mounted in the air stream and will shut
off the gas supply in the event of overheating.
➈G
as Pipe Connection
Easy access to factory installed gas pipe connection
stubbed to outside of unit casing.
➉ Horizontal Air Deflector Blades
Factory mounted on the discharge of the unit, the blades
can be adjusted to provide horizontal (up and down)
delivery control of the heated air. Vertical deflector blades
are available as a field installed accessory.
➉ Finger Proof Fan Guard (hidden, OPT)
Propeller units may be equipped with an optional finger
proof fan guard for added protection. The finger proof fan
guard is installed at the factory in place of the standard fan
guard.
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GENERAL PERFORMANCE DATA - MODELS HD & PDP
Table 7.1 - Propeller Unit Model HD and PDP General Performance Data
Model HD Sizes
Model PDP Sizes
30
45
60
75
100
125
150
175
200
250
300
350
400
Btu/Hr Input ➀
30,000
45,000
60,000
75,000 100,000 125,000 150,000 175,000 200,000 250,000 300,000 350,000 400,000
Btu/Hr Ouput ➀
24,000
36,000
48,000
60,000
Entering Airflow
(CFM) @ 70°F
505
720
990
1160
1490
1980
2180
2550
2870
3700
4460
4870
5440
Outlet Velocity (FPM)
523
725
653
769
565
747
931
959
819
1053
1123
1068
1016
Air Temp. Rise (°F)
44
46
45
48
50
47
51
51
52
50
50
53
54
Max. Mounting
Height (Ft.) ➁
10
10
12
14
12
16
16
17
15
19
21
20
19
Heat Throw (Ft.) @
Max Mtg Ht ➁
25
27
36
38
42
56
55
59
51
67
74
70
69
Motor Type ➂
SP
SP
PSC
PSC
SP
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
Motor HP
1/15
1/15
1/12
1/12
1/12
1/8
1/8
1/6
1/6
1/3
1/2
3/4
3/4
Motor RPM
1550
1550
1625
1625
1050
1625
1625
1075
1075
1075
1075
1125
1125
80,000 100,000 120,000 140,000 160,000 200,000 240,000 280,000 320,000
Table 7.2 - Propeller Unit Model HD and PDP Operating Electrical Data
Supply
Voltage
115V
1 Phase
208V
1 Phase
230V
1 Phase
208V
3 Phase
Model HD Sizes
Power Code
Motor Amps
01 (115V)
01 (115V) with
Transformer
03 (208V)
01 (115V) with
Transformer
02 (230V)
01 (115V) with
Transformer
230V
3 Phase
01 (115V) with
Transformer
460V
3 Phase
01 (115V) with
Transformer
575V
3 Phase
01 (115V) with
Transformer
Model PDP Sizes
30
45
60
75
100
125
150
175
200
250
300
350
400
2.40
2.40
1.95
1.95
2.50
2.20
2.30
2.80
2.80
5.40
7.50
8.80
8.80
n/a
n/a
Total Amps
3.70
3.70
3.75
3.75
5.05
4.75
4.05
4.55
5.15
7.75
9.85
Transformer kVA
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Transformer kVA
208V Total Amps
Motor Amps
Total Amps
Transformer kVA
230V Total Amps
Motor Amps
Total Amps
Transformer kVA
208V Total Amps
Transformer kVA
230V Total Amps
Transformer kVA
460V Total Amps
Transformer kVA
575V Total Amps
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
1.00
1.00
0.50
2.05
2.05
2.07
2.07
2.79
2.63
2.24
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.75
0.75
1.85
1.85
1.88
1.88
2.53
2.38
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
1.00
1.00
2.05
0.50
1.85
0.50
0.93
0.50
0.74
2.05
0.50
1.85
0.50
0.93
0.50
0.74
2.07
0.50
1.88
0.50
0.94
0.50
0.75
2.07
0.50
1.88
0.50
0.94
0.50
0.75
2.79
0.75
2.53
0.75
1.26
0.75
1.01
2.63
0.75
2.38
0.75
1.19
0.75
0.95
0.50
2.03
0.80
1.00
2.52
1.00
1.90
0.75
2.28
1.00
1.00
2.85
1.00
2.15
0.75
2.58
1.00
1.00
1.50
11.15 11.15
1.50
1.50
4.28
5.45
6.16
6.16
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
1.00
3.88
2.20
1.50
4.93
2.30
1.50
5.58
4.40
1.50
5.58
4.40
1.64
1.84
2.28
3.48
3.58
5.68
5.68
0.50
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
2.24
0.50
2.03
0.50
1.01
0.50
0.81
2.52
0.75
2.28
0.75
1.14
0.75
0.91
2.85
0.75
2.58
0.75
1.29
0.75
1.03
4.28
1.00
3.88
1.00
1.94
1.00
1.55
5.45
1.50
4.93
1.50
2.46
1.50
1.97
6.16
1.50
5.58
1.50
2.79
1.50
2.23
6.16
1.50
5.58
1.50
2.79
1.50
2.23
➀ Ratings shown are for elevations up to 2,000 ft. For elevations above 2,000 feet, ratings should be reduced at the rate of 4% for each 1,000 feet above sea level. (In Canada see rating plate.)
Reduction of ratings requires use of a high altitude kit.
➁ Data taken at 55°F air temperature rise. At 65°F ambient and unit fired at full-rated input. Mounting height as measured from bottom of unit, and without deflector hoods.
➂ All motors used are produced, rated and tested by reputable manufacturers in accordance with NEMA standards and carry the standard warranty of both the motor manufacturer and Modine.
Motors on model sizes 100 and above are totally enclosed (model size 75 and below are open drip proof) and all single phase motors have built in thermal overload protection.
6-189.9
7
GENERAL PERFORMANCE DATA - MODEL PTP
Table 8.1 - Propeller Unit Model PTP General Performance Data
Model PTP Sizes
150
175
200
250
300
350
400
Btu/Hr Input
150,000 175,000
200,000
250,000
300,000
350,000
400,000
Btu/Hr Ouput
120,000 140,000
160,000
200,000
240,000
280,000
320,000
Entering Airflow
(CFM) @ 70°F
2140
2725
2870
3995
4545
5280
5995
Outlet Velocity (FPM)
711
607
643
721
824
748
851
Air Temp. Rise (°F)
53
48
52
47
50
50
51
Max. Mounting
Height (Ft.)
15
14
15
18
19
18
21
Heat Throw (Ft.) (@
Max Mtg Ht)
51
50
53
62
69
65
74
Motor Type
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
Motor HP
1/6
1/6
1/3
1/3
1/2
1/2
3/4
Motor RPM
1075
1075
1075
1075
1075
1125
1125
Table 8.2 - Propeller Unit Model PTP Operating Electrical Data ➀
Supply
Voltage
Power Code
115V
1 Phase
01 (115V)
208V
1 Phase
01 (115V) with
Transformer
230V
1 Phase
01 (115V) with
Transformer
208V
3 Phase
01 (115V) with
Transformer
230V
3 Phase
01 (115V) with
Transformer
150
175
Model PTP Sizes
200
250
300
350
Motor Amps
2.50
2.50
4.60
4.60
7.00
7.00
Transformer kVA
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Total Amps
5.05
5.05
7.15
7.15
8.11
400
8.80
8.65
10.45
n/a
Transformer kVA
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.50
Transformer kVA
0.75
0.75
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.50
208V Total Amps
230V Total Amps
Transformer kVA
208V Total Amps
Transformer kVA
230V Total Amps
Transformer kVA
460V
3 Phase
01 (115V) with
Transformer
460V Total Amps
575V
3 Phase
01 (115V) with
Transformer
575V Total Amps
Transformer kVA
2.79
2.53
1.00
2.79
0.75
2.53
0.75
1.26
0.50
1.01
2.79
2.53
1.00
2.79
0.75
2.53
0.75
1.26
0.50
1.01
3.95
3.58
1.00
3.95
1.00
3.58
1.00
1.79
0.50
1.43
3.95
3.58
1.00
3.95
1.00
3.58
1.00
1.79
0.50
1.43
4.48
4.06
1.00
4.48
1.00
4.06
1.00
2.03
0.50
1.62
4.78
4.33
1.00
4.78
1.00
4.33
1.00
2.16
0.50
1.73
5.78
5.23
1.50
5.78
1.50
5.23
1.50
2.61
0.50
2.09
➀ Amp draw data shown is operating amp draw at incoming power. For units that use a field installed accessory step-down transformer
as noted, the amp draw shown is the primary side operating amp draw. For sizing of circuit protection for equipment with National
Electric Code.transformers, please refer to the Amp draw data shown is operating amp draw at incoming power. For units that use a
field installed accessory step-down transformer as noted, the amp draw shown is the primary side operating amp draw. For sizing of
circuit protection for equipment with transformers, please refer to the National Electric Code.
➁ For PTP units that are used on 230V/1ph, all models are equipped with 115V motors except the PTP400 which is equipped with
motors that can operate on 230V. Since the transformer does not need to be sized to include the propeller motor, the rating of the
Step Down Transformer Accessory is sized smaller for the power exhauster and gas control circuit only.
8
6-189.9
GENERAL PERFORMANCE DATA - MODELS HDB & BDP
Table 9.1 - Blower Unit Model HDB and BDP General Performance Data
Model HDB Sizes
60
75
100
Model BDP Sizes
125
150
175
200
250
300
350
400
Btu/Hr Input ➀
60,000
75,000
100,000
125,000
150,000
175,000
200,000
250,000
300,000
350,000
400,000
Btu/Hr Ouput ➀
48,000
60,000
80,000
100,000
120,000
140,000
160,000
200,000
240,000
280,000
320,000
Entering Airflow
Range (CFM)
635-1111
794-1389 1140-2116 1235-2058 1587-2778 1852-3241 2116-3704 2646-4630 3175-5556 3704-6481 4233-6584
Outlet Velocity (FPM)
437-726
546-908
443-781
488-773
869
892
773
966
1026
1037
1008
Air Temp. Rise (°F)
40-70
40-70
35-65
45-75
40-70
40-70
40-70
40-70
40-70
40-70
40-70
Max. Mounting
Height (Ft.) ➁
7-13
7-16
8-19
8-17
14
15
13
16
18
19
19
Heat Throw (Ft.) @
Max Mtg Ht ➁
20-45
24-57
27-68
27-59
49
52
47
58
64
67
68
Motor Type ➂
P.S.C.
P.S.C.
P.S.C.
P.S.C.
T.E
T.E
T.E
T.E
T.E
T.E
T.E
Motor HP
1/4
1/3
1/2
1/2
Motor RPM
Max 1100
Max 1100
Max 1100
Max 1100
1725
1725
1725
See Table 11.1
1725
1725
1725
1725
Table 9.2 - Blower Unit Model HDB and PDB Operating Electrical Data
Supply
Voltage
115V
1 Phase
Power Code
01 (115V)
125
9.50 9.50
12.05 12.05
Transformer kVA
1.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
Transformer kVA
1.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
0.50
1.00
1.00
Transformer kVA
230V
1 Phase
01 (115V) with
Transformer
230V Total Amps
208V
3 Phase
01 (115V) with
Transformer
208V Total Amps
230V
3 Phase
01 (115V) with
Transformer
230V Total Amps
01 (115V) with
Transformer
100
7.10
8.90
208V Total Amps
575V
3 Phase
75
5.70
7.50
01 (115V) with
Transformer
01 (115V) with
Transformer
Model HDB Sizes
Motor Amps
Total Amps
208V
1 Phase
460V
3 Phase
60
Transformer kVA
Transformer kVA
Transformer kVA
460V Total Amps
Transformer kVA
575V Total Amps
n/a
4.15
3.75
1.00
4.15
1.00
3.75
1.00
1.88
0.50
1.50
n/a
4.92
4.45
4.92
4.45
2.23
1.78
n/a
6.66
6.03
6.66
6.03
3.01
2.41
150
1/4
1/3
1/2
3/4
1
6.03
6.66
3.70
5.00
7.20
11.00
14.00
2.70
2.50
3.60
5.50
7.00
7.50
3
-
-
-
-
-
-
1.40
1.10
2.10
3.00
3.20
4.60
6.00
8.40
13.60
1.50
1.10
2.20
3.00
3.20
4.80
5.80
7.80
12.30
2.35
0.84
1.28
0.86
1.10
0.84
1.28
400
2.41
Table 9.5 - Blower Model BDP Accessory
Transformer Size (kVA) ➅
0.75
0.60
1.10
1.50
1.60
2.40
2.90
3.90
6.20
0.46
0.64
Model Size
1.30
200-400
0.80
1.30
1.90
2.30
3.20
5.10
115V/1ph 230V/1ph 208V/3ph 230V/3ph 460V/3ph 575V/3ph
1.75
350
3.01
Supply Voltage
200-400
300
6.03
Table 9.4 - Blower Model BDP Control Circuit Amp Draw ➃ ➄
150-175
250
See Tables 9.3 through 9.5
115V/1ph 230V/1ph 208V/3ph 230V/3ph 460V/3ph 575V/3ph
15.00
5
200
6.66
Supply Voltage
1-1/2
2
Model BDP Sizes
n/a
Table 9.3 - Blower Model BDP Motor Amp Draw ➃ ➄
Motor HP
175
0.42
0.72
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0.44
0.62
150-175
Supply Voltage
208V
230V
460V
575V
n/a
n/a
0.25
0.25
1 or 3 ph 1 or 3 ph
n/a
n/a
3 ph
0.50
3 ph
0.50
➀R
atings shown are for elevations up to 2,000 ft. For elevations above 2,000 ft.,
ratings should be reduced at the rate of 4% for each 1,000 feet above sea
level. (In Canada see rating plate.) Reduction of ratings requires use of a high
altitude kit.
➁ Data taken at 55°F air temperature rise. At 65°F ambient and unit fired at
full-rated input. Mounting height as measured from bottom of unit, and without
deflector hoods.
➂ All motors used are produced, rated and tested by reputable manufacturers in
accordance with NEMA standards and carry the standard warranty of both the
motor manufacturer and Modine. Model HDB motors are open drip proof, while
model BDP motors are totally enclosed and all single phase motors have builtin thermal overload protection.
➃ Amp draw data shown is operating amp draw at incoming power. For units that
use a field installed accessory step-down transformer as noted, the amp draw
shown is the primary side operating amp draw. For sizing of circuit protection
for equipment with transformers, please refer to the National Electric Code.
➄ For BDP models, add the Motor Amp Draw and Control Circuit Amp Draw to
get the Total Unit Amp Draw.
➅ Transformers for blower models are typically smaller than those used for
propeller models, as the transformer is not needed for the blower motor.
9
BLOWER PERFORMANCE DATA - MODEL HDB
Table 10.1 - Power Code Description - HDB Models
Power Code Unit Voltage HDB60 HDB75 HDB100 HDB125
01
115/60/1
1/4 HP 1/3 HP 1/2 HP 1/2 HP
Blower Speed Curves
Models (HDB 60-125)
Low
HDB 60
60
741
55
808
50
889
45
988
40
1111
0.00
0.10
0.20
0.40
0.50
External Static Pressure (IN. WC)
0.60
1270
60
1235
55
1347
50
1481
45
1646
40
1852
35
0.00
0.70
1140
0.10
0.20
0.30
0.40
0.50
0.60
0.70
0.80
HDB 125
65
65
855
855
70
1323
60
60
926
926
65
1425
55
55
1010
1010
60
1543
50
50
1111
1111
55
1684
45
45
1235
1235
50
1852
40
40
1389
1389
45
2058
0.10
0.10
0.20
0.20
0.30
0.30
0.40
0.40
0.50
0.50
External Static
Static Pressure
Pressure (IN.
(IN. WC)
WC)
External
0.60
0.60
1587
1587
0.70
0.70
1235
40
0.00
0.10
0.20
0.30
0.40
0.50
0.60
External Static Pressure (IN. WC)
6-189.9
0.70
2315
0.80
CFM
0.00
0.00
Temperature Rise (Deg. F)
75
CFM
794
794
35
35
2116
External Static Pressure (IN. WC)
HDB 75
70
70
Temperature
Temperature Rise
Rise (Deg.
(Deg. F)
F)
0.30
HDB 100
65
Temperature Rise (Deg. F)
684
High
CFM
65
35
10
635
CFM
Temperature Rise (Deg. F)
70
Medium
BLOWER PERFORMANCE DATA - MODEL BDP
Table 11.1 - Power Code Description — Blower Model BDP ➀
Power Code
150
175
200
250
300
350
400
Voltage
Phase
HP
Drive
HP
Drive
HP
Drive
HP
Drive
HP
Drive
HP
Drive
HP
Drive
01
115
1
1/4
191
-
-
1/4
212
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
02
230
1
1/4
191
-
-
1/4
212
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
07
575
3
1/4
197
-
-
1/4
213
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
08
208-230/460
3
1/4
191
-
-
1/4
212
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
09
115
1
1/3
191
1/3
95
1/3
212
1/3
203
3/4
205
1
107
1-1/2
105
10
230
1
1/3
191
1/3
95
1/3
212
1/3
203
3/4
205
1
107
1-1/2
105
15
575
3
1/3
197
1/3
96
1/3
213
1/3
204
3/4
205
1
255
1-1/2
180
16
208-230/460
3
1/3
191
1/3
95
1/3
212
1/3
203
3/4
205
1
255
1-1/2
180
17
115
1
1/3
95
1/2
96
1/3
102
1/2
204
1
205
1-1/2
105
-
-
18
230
1
1/3
95
1/2
96
1/3
102
1/2
204
1
205
1-1/2
105
-
-
23
575
3
1/3
96
1/2
96
1/3
101
1/2
204
1
157
1-1/2
180
2
210
24
208-230/460
3
1/3
95
1/2
96
1/3
102
1/2
204
1
157
1-1/2
180
2
210
25
115
1
1/2
96
3/4
192
1/2
101
3/4
205
1-1/2
106
1-1/2
100
-
-
26
230
1
1/2
96
3/4
192
1/2
101
3/4
205
1-1/2
106
1-1/2
100
-
-
31
575
3
1/2
96
3/4
192
1/2
101
3/4
205
1-1/2
108
1-1/2
210
3
111
32
208-230/460
3
1/2
96
3/4
192
1/2
101
3/4
205
1-1/2
108
1-1/2
33
3
111
33
115
1
3/4
38
1
192
3/4
16
1
205
-
-
-
-
-
-
34
230
1
3/4
38
1
192
3/4
16
1
205
-
-
-
-
-
-
39
575
3
3/4
38
1
256
3/4
16
1
157
2
108
2
210
5
207
40
208-230/460
3
3/4
38
1
256
3/4
16
1
157
2
108
2
210
5
207
41
115
1
1
38
1-1/2
193
1
16
1-1/2
105
-
-
-
-
-
-
42
230
1
1
38
1-1/2
193
1
16
1-1/2
105
-
-
-
-
-
-
47
575
3
1
254
1-1/2
198
1
178
1-1/2
180
3
111
3
111
2
180
48
208-230/460
3
1
254
1-1/2
198
1
178
1-1/2
180
3
111
3
111
2
180
49
115
1
1/4
13
-
-
1-1/2
105
-
-
1-1/2
105
-
-
-
-
50
230
1
1/4
13
-
-
1-1/2
105
-
-
1-1/2
105
-
-
-
-
55
575
3
1/4
14
2
80
1-1/2
180
2
108
1-1/2
110
5
207
3
112
56
208-230/460
3
1/4
13
2
80
1-1/2
180
2
108
1-1/2
180
5
207
3
112
57
115
1
3/4
96
3/4
96
1/4
24
3/4
204
-
-
-
-
-
-
58
230
1
3/4
96
3/4
96
1/4
24
3/4
204
-
-
-
-
-
-
63
575
3
3/4
96
3/4
96
1/4
25
3/4
204
-
-
2
180
5
111
64
208-230/460
3
3/4
96
3/4
96
1/4
24
3/4
204
-
-
2
180
5
111
65
115
1
-
-
1-1/2
79
1/3
24
1-1/2
23
-
-
-
-
-
-
66
230
1
-
-
1-1/2
79
1/3
24
1-1/2
23
-
-
-
-
-
-
71
575
3
-
-
1-1/2
80
1/3
25
1-1/2
177
-
-
5
181
-
-
72
208-230/460
3
-
-
1-1/2
80
1/3
24
1-1/2
177
-
-
5
181
-
-
73
115
1
-
-
-
-
1/2
25
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
74
230
1
-
-
-
-
1/2
25
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
79
575
3
-
-
-
-
1/2
25
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
80
208-230/460
3
-
-
-
-
1/2
25
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
81
115
1
-
-
-
-
3/4
101
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
82
230
1
-
-
-
-
3/4
101
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
87
575
3
-
-
-
-
3/4
101
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
88
208-230/460
3
-
-
-
-
3/4
101
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
89
115
1
-
-
-
-
1-1/2
23
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
90
230
1
-
-
-
-
1-1/2
23
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
95
575
3
-
-
-
-
1-1/2
177
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
96
208-230/460
3
-
-
-
-
1-1/2
177
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
➀ For selection of correct Power Code, refer to the Tables on pages 12-13.
6-189.9
11
BLOWER PERFORMANCE DATA - MODEL BDP
Table 12.1 - Models With or Without Blower Enclosure - Blower Model BDP ➀ ➁
Model
Size
150
175
200
250
300
350
400
ATR
CFM
0.0” Static Press.
RPM
HP
Drive Turns
0.1” Static Press.
RPM
HP Drive Turns
0.2” Static Press.
RPM
HP Drive Turns
0.3” Static Press.
RPM
HP
Drive Turns
0.4” Static Press.
RPM
HP
Drive Turns
40
2778
515
1/2
565
615
665
705
1/3
45
2469
455
50
2222
410
55
2020
375
60
1852
345
65
1709
315
1/4
70
1587
295
40
3241
805
1-1/2
45
2881
715
1
50
2593
645
3/4
1/2
55
2357
585
60
2160
540
65
1994
495
70
1852
460
1/3
96
191
193
192
96
95
40
3704
420
3/4
16
45
3292
375
1/2
101
50
2963
335
1/3
55
2694
305
60
2469
280
65
2279
260
70
2116
240
40
4630
605
1/4
1-1/2
45
4115
535
1
50
3704
485
3/4
55
3367
440
60
3086
405
65
2849
370
70
2646
345
212
105
205
1/2
204
1/3
203
40
5556
825
3
111
45
4938
735
2
108
106
50
4444
660
1-1/2
55
4040
600
1
60
3704
550
65
3419
510
70
3175
470
3/4
205
40
6481
960
5
207
45
5761
850
3
111
50
5185
765
2
210
55
4714
695
60
4321
640
65
3989
590
70
3704
550
40
-
45
50
1-1/2
105
4.0
4.5
0.0
515
1/2
96
4.0
570
475
1/3
95
5.0
535
2.5
445
0.5
505
3.5
420
1.0
485
4.0
400
2.0
470
1/4
5.0
380
3.5
840
1-1/2
4.0
755
1
5.0
690
3/4
2.5
635
3.5
590
4.5
550
5.0
520
5.0
465
420
1.0
390
2.0
365
95
3/4
16
1/2
2.0
480
3.0
450
4.0
420
4.5
395
3.0
3.5
795
1
3.0
830
4.5
730
4.0
770
1.5
680
2.5
640
3.5
605
4.0
575
96
1/3
95
4.0
505
1
465
3/4
4.5
440
415
3.5
665
3.0
605
205
4.0
555
5.0
520
1.5
490
2.5
465
3.0
445
16
1/2
101
1/3
102
1-1/2
105
1
3/4
1/2
205
204
4.5
720
1.5
685
2.5
655
3.0
630
3.0
540
3.5
510
3.0
485
3.5
465
515
980
880
3/4
5
207
4.0
555
2.0
1005
1.5
905
3.5
825
3
111
730
2
210
5.0
760
3.5
675
1-1/2
105
2.5
710
4.5
630
3.5
665
5.0
590
4.5
-
-
4.5
795
2.0
1
107
-
-
-
-
-
-
6584
885
5
207
5926
800
3
111
4.0
915
5
207
3.5
825
55
5387
725
2
210
5.0
760
60
4938
665
2.5
700
65
4558
615
4.0
650
70
4233
570
4.5
610
3
111
2
210
1-1/2
105
3/4
5
207
3
111
2
210
1-1/2
105
625
1
-
3.5
940
3.0
855
4.5
790
6.0
735
3.0
685
4.5
650
525
2.5
510
105
555
530
1.0
510
1.5
490
106
5.0
3.5
1
1-1/2
205
580
550
1-1/2
106
585
2.0
2.5
635
1-1/2
3.5
700
680
590
900
205
1.5
2.0
4.5
815
550
765
730
3.0
2.0
4.0
4.0
4.5
720
1.5
1
810
4.0
111
625
3.5
108
4.0
3/4
101
865
2
4.5
1/2
3.0
690
108
2.5
3/4
16
940
3.0
3
1
1
575
1.0
485
2
590
96
205
204
3
111
2
108
3.0
750
700
2.0
655
2.5
620
1
3.5
595
3/4
1.5
1030
1.0
930
1-1/2
5
3.5
665
625
3.0
106
205
207
0.5
595
550
5.0
690
2.0
655
2.5
630
1.0
1050
3.0
955
770
695
105
0.5
3.0
1-1/2
2.0
730
107
3.5
660
1
107
3.0
695
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
5
207
5
207
3
111
6-189.9
2.0
720
3.5
680
2
210
1-1/2
105
1.0
1
16
3/4
2.0
2.5
1.5
1/2
101
2
108
1-1/2
105
1
3/4
2.0
3.0
2.5
4.0
2.5
205
3.0
3.5
108
780
730
740
105
0.5
1.0
2
2.5
4.0
1.5
1-1/2
96
-
880
815
3.5
4.0
2.5
820
765
1/2
192
-
2.5
4.0
3/4
3.0
111
3.5
5.0
1
0.0
2.0
-
111
210
193
3
210
2
1-1/2
3.0
-
3
111
95
840
2
3
1/3
2.5
1.0
850
965
2.0
96
3.0
790
880
3.0
3.5
535
3.0
3.0
38
1/2
570
4.5
2.0
3/4
2.0
500
490
2.5
4.0
1/2
4.5
3.0
1
585
3.5
875
3.5
1/2
192
4.0
102
790
720
3/4
615
600
1/3
2.5
665
1
3.0
3.5
430
2.0
4.0
193
670
640
5.0
111
5.0
1-1/2
95
3.5
2.5
450
108
690
1/3
96
3.0
440
3
635
1/2
38
4.0
2
5.0
3/4
4.5
850
For 230/460V or 575V selections and footnotes, please see page 13.
12
192
1/2
3.5
105
203
3/4
760
2.5
2.5
520
910
375
1/3
530
0.0
2.0
204
5.0
2.0
400
1/2
565
545
191
385
3/4
4.0
4.5
193
0.5
1
95
620
590
1/4
1.5
1-1/2
1/3
3.0
3.5
1-1/2
212
635
96
455
1/4
4.5
1/2
4.0
875
5.0
310
38
2.5
102
5.0
570
101
3/4
2.5
1/3
345
520
192
1/3
325
3.5
193
96
3.0
4.5
191
1/2
4.0
107
105
38
1.5
1
1-1/2
3/4
2.5
985
4.0
910
3.0
845
4.5
795
1-1/2
106
1
205
5
207
3
111
2
210
1-1/2
105
-
-
5
207
3
111
1.5
3.0
4.0
1.0
2.0
0.5
2.5
1.5
3.0
4.0
1.0
2.0
2.0
3.5
2.5
3.5
5.0
750
2
210
4.5
2.5
715
1-1/2
105
1.5
BLOWER PERFORMANCE DATA - MODEL BDP
Table 13.1 - Models With or Without Blower Enclosure - Blower Model BDP ➀ ➁
Model
Size
150
175
200
250
300
350
400
Data for use with filters only
ATR
CFM
0.5” Static Press.
RPM
HP
Drive Turns
40
2778
750
45
2469
715
50
2222
685
55
2020
665
60
1852
650
65
1709
640
70
1587
630
40
3241
970
2
45
2881
900
1-1/2
50
2593
845
55
2357
805
60
2160
770
65
1994
745
3.0
830
70
1852
725
1/2
96
0.0
770
3.5
815
40
3704
615
1-1/2
105
4.0
650
3.0
-
-
-
-
45
3292
590
1
1.0
625
4.0
-
-
-
-
50
2963
570
-
-
-
-
55
2694
555
-
-
-
-
60
2469
545
-
-
-
-
65
2279
540
1.0
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
2.0
-
-
-
-
3.0
755
2
108
2.5
2.0
720
3.0
695
0.5
680
1
38
3/4
1/2
96
1.5
-
2.0
755
2.5
730
3.0
715
1.5
700
80
1-1/2
193
885
1.5
920
845
192
3.5
16
1.5
2.0
790
610
595
585
690
55
3367
630
60
3086
605
1
2.0
205
665
645
65
2849
590
70
2646
575
40
5556
-
-
-
-
-
45
4938
865
3
111
2.0
890
50
4444
805
2
108
1.0
830
55
4040
760
2.5
785
60
3704
720
1/2
106
3.5
750
65
3419
690
4.0
720
70
3175
660
1.0
695
40
6481
1070
0.5
1095
45
5761
975
2.0
1000
50
5185
905
1.0
930
55
4714
845
2.5
870
60
4321
800
3.5
825
65
3989
760
0.0
790
1.0
755
-
-
1.5
1035
3.0
955
2.0
895
3.0
850
3/4
1
205
5
207
3
111
2
210
1-1/2
105
-
-
3/4
1-1/2
2.5
630
3.0
615
5
207
3
111
780
2
210
4.0
805
745
1-1/2
105
0.5
775
2.5
192
105
1
0.5
16
590
3.0
105
1
815
660
4233
2
3.0
3704
70
-
2.5
50
4558
-
970
725
65
-
-
0.5
2.0
820
-
-
193
695
870
-
-
1-1/2
4115
4938
-
-
935
45
5387
-
2.5
1.0
775
60
-
193
580
55
-
1035
2.5
935
-
1.5
0.5
5926
-
2.0
80
108
50
-
2
101
1010
-
1005
2
6584
-
2.5
1/2
45
-
-
80
750
-
-
-
535
725
-
-
1.0
2116
-
-
-
96
4630
3704
-
1/2
70
70
38
690
40
40
3/4
1.5
680
3/4
1-1/2
1
0.7” Static Press.
RPM
HP
Drive Turns
2.0
1
3/4
0.6” Static Press.
RPM
HP
Drive Turns
3/4
2
1-1/2
1
108
105
205
3/4
3
2
1-1/2
-
-
1.5
915
0.5
860
1.5
815
2.5
780
3.5
750
0.5
725
108
106
5
207
3
111
2
3/4
1
205
2.0
1.0
2.0
-
3
111
2
108
2.0
1.5
1-1/2
106
2.5
-
-
207
1.5
0.5
955
2.0
900
3
111
210
3.0
855
100
4.0
815
105
0.0
785
-
-
-
1.0
1055
2.5
980
1.0
920
2.5
875
3.5
835
4.0
800
6-189.9
2
1-1/2
210
3.0
100
4.0
-
-
5
207
3
111
2
1.0
210
0.5
2.0
0.5
2.0
2.5
3.5
HP & Drive
Needed
1 - 38
1 - 192
1-1/2 - 193
1-1/2 - 79
1 - 16
1-1/2 - 105
=
=
=
=
=
=
1 - 205
=
1-1/2 - 23
1-1/2 - 105
1-1/2 - 23
=
=
=
350
1-1/2 - 23
1 - 205
1-1/2 - 106
=
=
=
400
1-1/2 - 105
300
1-1/2 - 105
1-1/2 - 105
1 - 254
1 - 256
1-1/2 - 198
1-1/2 - 80
1 - 178
1-1/2 - 180
1-1/2 - 177
1 - 157
1-1/2 - 180
1-1/2 - 177
1 - 157
=
1-1/2 - 180
=
1-1/2 - 180
=
1-1/2 - 180
1-1/2 - 177
1 - 157
1-1/2 - 108
Alternate Drives for 575V➂
Model
Drive for
Under 575V
Drive for
575V
1/4 - 191
1/3 - 191
1/3 - 95
1 - 38
1/3 - 95
1 - 192
1-1/2 - 193
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
1/4 - 197
1/3 - 197
1/3 - 96
1 - 254
1/3 - 96
1 - 256
1-1/2 - 198
1/3 - 212
=
1/3 - 213
1 - 16
1-1/2 - 105
1/3 - 203
=
=
=
1 - 178
1-1/2 - 180
1/3 - 204
1-1/2 - 106
=
1-1/2 - 108
1-1/2 - 105
=
1-1/2 - 180
350
1-1/2 - 105
=
1-1/2 - 180
400
1-1/2 - 105
=
1-1/2 - 180
175
1/4 - 212
200
250
0.0
2.5
HP & Drive
Listed
=
3.0
-
W.C.
W.C.
W.C.
W.C.
W.C.
W.C.
W.C.
1 - 205
1.0
5
210
250
1.0
-
111
200
1.0
1025
3
175
150
-
0.1"
0.2"
0.1"
0.2"
0.2"
0.2"
0.2"
Alternate Drives for 208-230/460V➂
150
1.5
207
BDP 150
BDP 175
BDP 200
BDP 250
BDP 300
BDP 350
BDP 400
0.5
2.5
105
Model
0.0
5
2
665
192
For blower units with enclosure and filter, add the
following static pressures to the static pressure
determined by the system designer for total external
static pressure.
2.5
1.5
1
1-1/2
1.0
655
-
205
-
855
111
1
1-1/2
2.0
880
-
Filters
300
1/3 - 102
1 - 205
1-1/2 - 105
1 - 205
1 - 205
1-1/2 - 100
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
1/4 - 213
1/3 - 101
1 - 157
1-1/2 - 180
1 - 157
1 - 157
1-1/2 - 210
➀Outputs shown are for elevations up to 2000'. For elevations
over 2000’, output needs to be reduced 4% for each 1000'
above sea level. (Does not apply in Canada - see rating plate)
➁ Sheave turns open are approximate. For proper operation,
check blower rpm
➂ Models not shown use same HP and drive numbers as
cataloged
➃ Performance is the same; motor sheave accommodates larger shaft. When ordering 230/460V (1 &
1-1/2 HP) or 575V, specify the listed 230/460V (1 & 1-1/2 HP)
or 575V drive.
13
GAS CONTROL DATA - ALL MODELS
Table 14.1 - Electrical/Control Code Selection Details - All Models
Model
HD/HDB/
PTP
PDP/BDP
PDP
PDP/BDP
BDP
BDP
BDP
Supply
Voltage
115
208
230
460
575
115
208
230
460
575
208
230
208
230
460
575
460
575
Phase
Unit Voltage
(Control & Mtr)
Accessory Transformer
Required (Order Separate)
1
1 or 3
115V/1ph
1
1 or 3
115V/1ph
3
1
3
208V/1ph
230V/1ph
208V/3ph
230V/3ph
3
230V/3ph
3
460V/3ph
575V/3ph
none
208V to 115V
230V to 115V
460V to 115V
575V to 115V
none
208V to 115V ➁
230V to 115V ➁
460V to 115V ➁
575V to 115V ➁
Control Codes
Available
Factory Installed
Transformer
Motor Starter
Coil Voltage
11,12,21,22
115V to 24V
none
30,59,63,85,87
115V to 24V
none
208V
230V
208V
230V
to
to
to
to
24V
24V
24V
24V
208V
230V
none
none
31,64,86,88
460V to 230V ➀ ➂
575V to 230V ➀ ➂
64,88
230V to 24V
230V
none
32,33,93,94
460V to 24V
575V to 24V
24V
➀ Unit power code must match supply voltage, control voltage must match unit power.
➁ Certain 208V and 230V electrical distribution systems have connections available for supplying 115V service. This may eliminate the need for the additional
field installed transformer. Please check with the job site electrician to determine applicability.
➂ For CSA Canada certification, step down transformer may be required to be factory installed.
Table 14.2 - Gas Controls – All Models
Model
Model
Size
➀
Service
Voltage
Control System Description
30-400
Single-Stage, Direct Spark Ignition
Utilizes a single-stage combination gas control and an
ignition control. Gas is automatically lit with the direct
spark igniter on call for heat.
75-400
Two-Stage, Direct Spark Ignition
Utilizes a two-stage combination gas control (fires at
50% or 100% of full rated input) and an ignition control.
Gas is automatically lit with the direct spark igniter on
call for heat.
HD/HDB/
PTP
115V
Gas
Type
Control
Code
Propane
21
Natural
12
Propane
22
Natural
115V
208/230V
Single-Stage, Intermittent Pilot Ignition
Utilizes a single-stage combination gas control and an
ignition control. Pilot is automatically lit on call for heat.
PDP/BDP
150-400
460V
Natural
14
6-189.9
32 ➁
115V
85
Propane
575V
➀ All ignition controls are 100% Shut-Off with Continuous Retry.
➁ Available on BDP models only.
31
33 ➁
208/230V
115V
208/230V
115V
208/230V
24V
30
575V
460V
Two-Stage, Intermittent Pilot Ignition
Utilizes a two-stage combination gas control (fires at
50% or 100% of full rated input) and an ignition control.
Pilot is automatically lit only on call for heat.
11
Control
Voltage
86
93 ➁
94 ➁
Natural
Propane
63
64
87
88
24V
ACCESSORIES
Table 15.1 - Field Installed Accessories
Feature
HD
HDB
•
Downward Air Deflector Hoods - Available in 30°, 60°, and 90° configurations these
deflector hoods enable the unit to be mounted higher while still providing heat to the building
occupants. Refer to page 16 for further details.
Vibration Isolation Kit - Minimizes unit vibration transmission to the building structure.
Cabinet and Air Mover
Vertical Deflector Blades - Allows directional discharge air control in the left and right
directions.
PDP
BDP
PTP
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Pipe Hanger Adapter Kits - Allows the unit to be suspended by 3/4" pipe from the standard
3/8" holes found in the top of the unit.
Discharge Transition for Polytube - Allows for the connection of polytube (not included) to
the discharge of the unit.
•
•
Blower Enclosure with or without Filter Rack - Totally encases the motor and blower
assembly. Optional filters provide filtering of the air prior to entering the heater.
•
•
Discharge Velocity Generating Nozzle - Four varieties of velocity generating nozzles
allow for increased application flexibility. These nozzles increase mounting height while also
directing the airflow to the desired locations. Refer to page 17 for further details.
•
Belt Guard - Provides protection for building occupants as well as service people from the
drive belt and sheaves.
•
Natural Gas to Propane Gas Conversion Kit - Provides all required parts as well as
instructions to convert a natural gas unit to propane gas.
•
•
•
•
•
Room Thermostat Guard - Clear plastic for room thermostats. Guard is locking type and
comes with two keys.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Summer/Winter Switch - Allows a choice of unit fan operation. In the summer position, the
fan runs continuously for ventilation while allowing the gas controls to fire on a call for heat
from the thermostat. In the winter position, the fan runs intermittently on a call for heat from
the thermostat.
•
•
•
•
•
Stepdown Transformers - Used to operate propeller units on 208/230/460/575V/3Ph
supply voltage. Also may be required for control circuits for blower units. Refer to Table 14.1
for further selection details.
•
•
•
•
•
Control Relays - This single pole single throw relay consists of a 24V coil with a maximum
contact rating of 18 amps at 115V.
•
•
•
•
•
Gas Pressure Regulator - Fisher Type S-100, 3/4 inch pressure regulator for 1/2 to 50 psi
inlet pressure capacity, 30 MBH to 400 MBH.
•
•
•
•
•
Energy Saver Kit - Used to lower total energy costs by reducing stratified air in high
mounting height applications. This kit consists of a controller with a SPDT (16A @ 120V)
switch and a temperature rage of 30° - 100°F.
•
•
•
•
•
Single or Two-Stage Room Thermostats - See Table 15.2 for details.
Controls
Model
Table 15.2 - Field Installed Thermostats
Single-Stage
Thermostats
Two-Stage
Thermostats
Type
Room
Thermostat
Room - Digital
Duct
Description
White Rodgers 1C20-101: 50° - 90°F, 1.0A @ 24VAC
White Rodgers 1C26-101: 50° - 90°F, 1.0A @ 24VAC, Heat/Off & Fan On/Auto Switches
Honeywell TH5220D1003: 40° - 90°F, 1.0A @ 24VAC, System Heat/Cool/Auto/Off, Fan On/Auto
Johnson Controls A350 Electronic Temp Control with Sensor and S350 Stage Adder (Blower units only)
Honeywell T678A1015: 0° - 100°F, 20' capillary tube (Blower units only)
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PERFORMANCE DATA - HOODS FOR PROPELLER MODELS
Table 16.1 - Downtown Hood General Performance Data for HD/PDP/PTP (feet)
Model HD Sizes
60° Hood
90° Hood
Model PTP SIzes
60
75
100
125
150
175
200
250
300
350
400
150
175
200
250
300
350
400
9
11
11
12
18
18
18
22
24
24
24
16
16
15
20
22
21
23
X
4
5
5
6
6
9
6
8
8
8
8
6
6
7
7
8
7
11
Y
11
14
14
16
20
26
18
24
26
24
24
20
17
20
22
25
23
31
Z
16
21
20
23
29
37
26
35
38
36
35
29
26
29
32
37
34
44
X
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Max. Mtg. Height (ft.)
30° Hood
Model PDP Sizes
Y
8
12
12
14
13
23
12
16
19
16
16
17
14
17
18
21
18
26
Z
12
17
17
19
19
32
17
23
28
24
23
24
21
24
26
30
26
37
S
10
14
13
15
23
25
22
29
32
20
29
17
16
16
20
22
21
24
Figure 16.1 - 30°, 60°, and 90° Downward Deflector Hoods
Figure 16.2 - 30° and 60° Throw/Floor Coverage
30 DOWNTURN
60 DOWNTURN
X 60 DOWNTURN Y
X
30° HOOD
60° HOOD
90° HOOD
H
16
Z
30 DOWNTURN
Note:
X = Feet from Heater to Start of Floor Coverage
Y = Feet to End of Floor Coverage
Z = Feet to End of Throw
Figure 16.3 - 90° Hood Throw/Floor Coverage
S
30
60
MOUNTING
HEIGHT
S
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Y
Z
PERFORMANCE DATA - VELOCITY GENERATING NOZZLES
Figure 17.1 - Velocity Generating Nozzles
40° DOWNWARD
NOZZLE
➀
H
T
S
90° VERTICAL
NOZZLE
H
S
S
5-WAY
NOZZLES
T
40° SPLITTER
NOZZLE
S
T
H
S
S
➀ Velocity generating nozzles available for Blower Model BDP only.
Table 17.1 - Blower Unit Model BDP Velocity Generating Nozzle Performance Data (feet)
Nozzle
Type
40°
Downward
Nozzle
90° Vertical
Nozzle
40° Splitter
Nozzle
5-Way
Nozzle
➁
BDP Blower Model Size
150175200 250300 350 400
Max. Mounting Ht. (ft.) H
Heat Throw (ft.) T
Heat Spread (ft.) S
Max. Mounting Ht. (ft.) H
Heat Spread (ft.) S
Max. Mounting Ht. (ft.) H
Heat Throw (ft.) T
Heat Spread (ft.) S
Max. Mounting Ht. (ft.) H
Heat Spread (ft.) S
26
25
27
29
31
32
32
7976 818694 9696
26
25
27
29
31
32
32
26
26
24
29
31
32
32
26
26
24
29
31
32
32
24
24
23
25
28
30
32
6059 596270 7580
120
118
117
124
140
151
160
22
21
20
25
26
23
26
31
29
28
35
36
32
36
➁ The above table is based on an inlet air temperature of 70°F and an air temperature rise of 55°F. Air deflectors on, 40°
and 90° discharge nozzles set perpendicular to the face of the air discharge opening. On 5-way nozzles all air deflectors
set perpendicular to floor. Static pressure measured at 0.1" W.C. for 90° nozzle, 0.2" W.C. for 40° downward and 5-way
nozzle, and 0.3" W.C. for 40° splitter nozzle. Outlet velocities are approximately 1750 FPM for the 40° nozzles, 1000 FPM
for the 90° nozzle and 1300 FPM for 5-way. For motor size, drive and blower rpm refer to pages 12 and 13. Mounting
height measured from bottom of unit.
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UNIT SELECTION
Selection Procedure
In order to properly select a unit heater it is necessary to have the
following basic information.
1. Heating output capacity
Model size output is to be matched against the heat loss to be
replaced.
2. External static pressure (blower units only)
The external static pressure (E.S.P.) is determined using the
ASHRAE Guide for duct losses or provided by the design
e
ngineer.
3.Accessory internal static pressure (Nozzles, transitions,
filters, etc.) (blower units only)
The critical accessories are those that add internal static
pressure (I.S.P.) to the unit. Once these items are determined,
the total pressure drop can be determined (if applicable).
4. Heat exchanger material
The heat exchanger type is determined by the application.
The standard heat exchanger material is aluminized steel.
A 409 stainless steel heat exchanger and burner is
recommended when the combined entering/return air to the
unit is below 40°F or in high humidity applications.
5. Type of fuel
Either natural or propane gas determined by the design
engineer.
6. Gas controls
Either single stage, two stage, or mechanical modulation as
determined by the design engineer.
7. Main power supply voltage to unit
8. Altitude at which unit is to be installed
With this information a basic unit can be selected as shown in the following example.
Selection Example Conditions (Propeller Unit)
In the following example, select a unit heater to meet the following
conditions:
1. Heating output capacity = 156,000 Btu/Hr per design engineer
2. External Static Pressure = 0.0
3. Internal Static Pressure = 0.0. No static producing accessories
are required
4. Heat exchanger and burner = 409 Stainless Steel
5. Gas Type = Natural
6. Gas Controls = Single Stage Intermittent Pilot Ignition (IPI)
7. Supply Voltage: 460V/60Hz/3Ph
8. Altitude: 1,000 feet
Selection Example Solution (Propeller Unit)
With the information listed above, the basic model, using the
information in this catalog and the Model Nomenclature shown on
page 26, can be selected as shown in the following example:
1. Determine the Model and Input Rating (MBH):
Using the Heating output capacity, the Furnace Input Rating is
determined from Table 7.1. The closest model to 156,000
Btu/Hr output has an Btu/Hr Input rating of 200,000 Btu/Hr so the Furnace Input Rating = 200. The corresponding model for a 200
size, propeller, power vented unit heater is PDP. The model and
size are a PDP200.
2. Determination of Heat Exchanger/Burner/Drip Pan Material:
From item #4 in the example, the Heat Exchanger and Burner
required are 409 Stainless Steel. Thus, the Heat Exchanger
Material = S from the Model Nomenclature on page 26. The
burner is an option placed on the order.
3. Determine the development sequence:
From item #6 in the example, the IPI results in the Development
Sequence = E from the Model Nomenclature on page 26.
4. Determine Power Code Required:
Referring to Table 7.2, it can be seen that the supply voltage
from the 7.2 example conditions is not available (460V). A
transformer kit selected later in this example must be used.
In this instance, from Table 7.2 select the 115V/60Hz/1Ph power
code (PC) = 01 unit.
5. Determine the control type:
From items #5 and #6 in the example conditions, the gas type is
Natural Gas and controls are single stage IPI. Given the supply
voltage listed from the example conditions (460V) and by
looking up the supply voltage of 460V/60Hz/3Ph in Table 14.2 for propeller units, it directs us use to a unit voltage of 115V. We
then refer to Tables 14.1 and 14.2, locate the single-stage
options and select the appropriate Control Code (CC) of 30.
Remember a step-down transformer will be selected later in this
example.
At this point we have a full model number of:
PDP200SE0130SBAN
6. Determination of transformer:
To operate a 115V/60Hz/1Ph unit on 460V/60Hz/3Ph supply
power a unit step down transformer must be selected. By
referring to Table 14.1 we see that a 460V to 115V step down
transformer is required.
7. Altitude:
Since deration of gas fired unit heaters is only required for
units to be installed at 2,000 ft or greater, no high altitude kit is
required.
18
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UNIT SELECTION
Selection Example Conditions (Blower Unit)
In the following example, select a unit heater to meet the
following conditions:
1. Heating output capacity = 156,000 Btu/Hr per design engineer
2. External Static Pressure = 0.2.
3. Internal Static Pressure = 0.0. No static producing accessories
are required
4. Heat exchanger and burner = Aluminized Steel
5. Gas Type = Propane
6. Gas Controls = Two stage Intermittent Pilot
7. Supply Voltage: 230V/60Hz/3Ph
8. Altitude: 1,000 feet
9. CFM = 2,400
Selection Example Solution (Blower Unit)
With the information listed above, the basic model, using the
information in this catalog and the Model Nomenclature shown on
page 26, can be selected as shown in the following example:
1. Determine the Model and Input Rating (MBH):
Using the Heating output capacity, the Furnace Input Rating is
determined from Table 9.1. The closest model to 156,000 Btu/Hr
output has an Btu/Hr Input rating of 200,000 Btu/Hr so the Furnace Input Rating = 200. The corresponding model for a 200
size, blower, power vented unit heater is BDP. The model and
size are a BDP200.
2. Determination of Heat Exchanger/Burner/Drip Pan Material:
From item #4 in the example, the Heat Exchanger and
Burner required are aluminized steel. Thus, the Heat Exchanger
Material = A from the Model Nomenclature on page 26.
3. Determine the development sequence:
From item #6 in the example, the IPI results in the Development
Sequence = E from the Model Nomenclature on page 26.
4. Determine Power Code Required:
From page 12 we see that a unit requiring a static of 0.2 and a
cfm of 2400 requires a 1/3 horsepower motor with a -102 drive
that is turned open 4.0 turns. Referring to Table 11.1 it can be
determined that for a BDP200 with a 1/3 HP motor and a -102
drive operating on 230V/60Hz/3Ph that if will have a power
code = 24.
5. Determine the control type:
From item #5 in the example, the gas type is Propane Gas and
controls are Two Stage. Given the supply voltage listed in #7, we
can refer to Tables 14.1 and 14.2 to determine what controls are
needed. This results in a Control Code (CC) = 88.
At this point we have a full model number of:
BDP200AE2488NBAN
6.Altitude:
Since deration of gas fired unit heaters is only required for
units to be installed at 2,000 ft or greater, no high altitude kit is
required.
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DIMENSIONAL DATA - MODEL HD/HDB
Propeller Units - Model HD
Blower Units - Model HDB
Figure 20.1 - Dimensional Drawings - Model HD
Figure 20.2 - Dimensional Drawings - Model HDB
3/8"-163/8"-16
MOUNTING
HOLESHOLES
14.9" BETWEEN
MOUNTING
MOUNTING
HOLESHOLES
TYP TYP14.9" BETWEEN
MOUNTING
(MODEL
SIZES 100
AND
125
ONLY)
(MODEL
SIZES
100
AND
125 ONLY)
3/8 x 1"3/8
LONG
x 1" LONG
G
G
3.5"
14.9" BETWEEN
3/8"-163/8"-16
MOUNTING
HOLESHOLES
14.9" BETWEEN
MOUNTING
(MODEL
SIZES 100
AND
125
ONLY)
(MODEL
SIZES
100
AND
125 ONLY)
MOUNTING
HOLESHOLES
TYP TYP
MOUNTING
3/8 X 1"3/8
LONG
X 1" LONG
ADJUSTABLE
ADJUSTABLE
LOUVERS
LOUVERS
3.5"
G
G
3.5"
3.5"
E
E
OPENING
OPENING
C
J
I
1.00
E
E
OPENING
OPENING
C
C
J
J
I
I
ACCESS
VIEW VIEW
ACCESS
1.00
A
MOUNTING
MOUNTING
BRACKET
BRACKET
SIZE 30-75
SIZE 30-75
A
10.0" 10.0"
1.0"
1.0"
B
B
POWER
VENTER
POWER
VENTER
VENT PIPE
VENT PIPE
CONNECTION
CONNECTION
ELECTRICAL
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION
CONNECTION
GAS GAS
CONNECTION
CONNECTION
B
J
I
ACCESS
VIEW VIEW
ACCESS
POWER
VENTER
POWER
VENTER
VENT PIPE
VENT PIPE
CONNECTION
CONNECTION
10"
C
14.9" BETWEEN
3/8"-163/8"-16
MOUNTING
HOLESHOLES
14.9" BETWEEN
MOUNTING
(MODEL
SIZES 100
AND
125
ONLY)
(MODEL
SIZES
100
AND
125 ONLY)
13.5" BETWEEN
3/8"-163/8"-16
MOUNTING
HOLESHOLES
13.5" BETWEEN
MOUNTING
(MODEL
SIZES 100
AND
125
ONLY)
(MODEL
SIZES
100
AND
125 ONLY)
A
A
10"
F
H
H
REAR VIEW
REAR VIEW
Models
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Gas Connection
I
J
Fan Diameter
Table 20.2 - Dimensions (inches) - HDB
26.826.8 26.826.8 35.5
33 33
H
REAR VIEW
REAR VIEW
HD30HD45 HD60HD75HD100/125
H
D OPENING
D OPENING
ACCESS
ACCESS
PANELPANEL
12.212.2 18.018.0
16.516.5 16.516.5
14.914.9 14.914.9
10.110.1 15.915.9
7.5 7.5 10.7 10.7
18.518.5 18.518.5
7.67.6 7.87.8
1/21/2 1/21/2
34.534.5 34.534.5
2222 2525
1010 1414
Approx. Shipping Weight (lbs.) 5560 8085
Vent Pipe Connector
Diameter (in)
F
F
Table 20.1 - Dimensions (inches) - HD
20.5
22.0
22.5
18.4
14.0
8.4
1/2
43.0
31.0
18.0
125
Models
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Gas Connection
I
J
Blower
Approx.Shipping Weight (lbs.)
Vent Pipe Connector
Diameter (in)
4
Table 20.3 - Clearance to Combustibles, Model HD/HDB
Clearance To Recommended
Unit Side
Combustible Materials
Service Clearance
Top and Bottom1"
1"
Access Side1"
18"
Non-Access Side1"
1"
Rear18" 18"
Vent Connector4"
4"
20
MOUNTING
MOUNTING
BRACKETS
BRACKETS
SIZE 30-75
SIZE 30-75
ELECTRICAL
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTIONS
CONNECTIONS
GAS GAS
CONNECTION
CONNECTION
ACCESS
ACCESS
PANELPANEL
F
B
D OPENING
D OPENING
ADJUSTABLE
ADJUSTABLE
LOUVERS
LOUVERS
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HDB 60 HDB 75 HDB100/125
26.8
18.0
16.5
14.9
15.9
10.7
18.5
7.8
1/2
34.5
25.0
9 - 7
92
26.8
18.0
16.5
14.9
15.9
10.7
18.5
7.8
1/2
34.5
25.0
9 - 7
97
3
3
35.5
20.5
22.0
22.5
18.4
14.0
8.4
1/2
44.5
41.5
10 - 10
151
4
DIMENSIONAL DATA - MODEL PDP
Propeller Units - Model PDP
Figure 21.1 - Dimensional Drawings
C
A
H
M
F
W
K
AA
X
CC
DD
G
J
E
B
K
LL
BB
EE
L
(MIN. DISTANCE TO WALL)
D (OPENING)
Table 21.1 - Dimensions (inches) - PDP ➀
Dimension
Symbol
Model Number
PDP 150 PDP 175 PDP 200 PDP 250 PDP 300 PDP 350 PDP 400
A
21 23-1/225-5/825-5/8 28-5/8 33-5/8 40
B
35-1/435-1/440-1/440-1/4 40-1/4 40-1/440-1/4
C
22222525 25 2525
D
18-9/1621-1/1623-3/1623-3/16 26-3/16 31-3/16 37-1/2
E
20202424 24 2424
F
12
12 13-1/213-1/2 14
–
–
G
6-9/166-9/16 7-1/2 7-1/2 7-1/2 7-1/2 7-1/2
H
17-3/819-7/8 22
22
25
30 36-3/8
J ➁
5556 6 66
K (Mounting
3/8-163/8-163/8-163/8-163/8-163/8-163/8-16
Holes) ➂
L ➃
35-13/1635-9/16 40-3/4 40-3/4 40-3/4 40-3/4 44-3/16
M
29-13/1629-9/16 34-3/4 34-3/4 34-3/4 34-11/1638-3/16
W
–––– – 55
X
– – – – – 1616
AA
8899 9 99
BB
7-1/47-1/47-1/47-1/4 7-1/4 7-1/47-1/4
CC
–––– – ––
DD
2-3/4 2-3/4 3-3/8 3-3/8 3-3/8 3-3/86-13/16
EE
30-1/230-1/232-7/832-7/8 32-7/8 32-7/832-7/8
LL
31-1/831-1/834-7/834-7/8 36-1/4 35-1/240-1/2
Gas Connections ➄ 1/21/21/21/2 1/2 3/43/4
Fan Diameter16 18 2020 22 2224
Approx. Weight168 175 239 239 269 338 418
Figure 21.2 - Combustible Material and
Service Clearances
C
Access
Side
B
A
D
Table 21.2 - Combustible Material
Clearances ➀
Access Non-Access
Top of Power
Model Side
Side TopBottom Exhauster
Size
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(Not shown)
150-175
200-400
1
1
1
1
412
512
2
3
➀P
rovide sufficient room around the heater to allow for
proper combustion and operation of fan. Free area
around the heater must not be less than 1-1/2 times
the discharge area of the unit.
➀ Do not use propeller units with duct work.
➁ For some models, this is the dimension of the vent transition outlet supplied.
➂ PDP 150 through PDP 300 — 2 holes (and the level hanging adjustment feature). PDP 350 through
PDP 400 — 4 holes. (Listed is the hole diameter and threads per inch to accept threaded rod).
➃ Dimension equals overall plus 6".
➄ For natural gas; may vary depending on control availability.
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DIMENSIONAL DATA - MODEL BDP
Blower Units - Model BDP
Figure 22.1 - Dimensional Drawings
C
A
N
F
K
W
X
DD
CC
G
AA
S
O
5 9/16"
P
J
5 9/16"
G
3/4"
QxV
RxT
LOWER
FILTER RACK
ENCLOS RE
(OPTIONAL)
(OPTIONAL)
L (MIN. DISTANCE TO WALL)
M (APPROX.)
L (MIN. DISTANCE TO WALL)
Table 22.1 - Dimensions (inches) - BDP
Model Number
Dimension
Symbol
BDP 150 BDP 175 BDP 200 BDP 250 BDP 300 BDP 350 BDP 400
A
21 23-1/225-5/825-5/828-5/8 33-5/8 40
B
35-1/435-1/440-1/440-1/440-1/4 40-1/440-1/4
C
2222252525 2525
D
18-9/1621-1/1623-3/1623-3/1626-3/16 31-3/16 37-1/2
E
2020242424 2424
F
12 1213-1/2
13-1/214 – –
G
6-9/166-9/16 7-1/2 7-1/2 7-1/2 7-1/2 7-1/2
H
17-3/819-7/8 22
22
25
30 36-3/8
J ➀
5556666
K Mounting Holes ➁3/8-163/8-163/8-163/8-163/8-16 3/8-163/8-16
L w/ Blwr Encl & Filt Rk
62-5/862-5/869-5/869-5/869-5/8 69-5/869-5/8
L w/o Blwr Encl & Filt Rk53-1/8 53-1/8
61
61
61
61
65
M ➂
47-1/847-1/8 55
55
55
55 59
N ➃
21-1/2 21-1/2 25-7/16 25-7/16 24-15/1617-15/16 22
O
7-1/47-1/48-1/28-1/28-1/2 8-1/28-1/2
P
3030343434 3434
Q Blower Encl Ht 21-3/821-3/825-1/825-1/825-1/8 25-1/825-1/8
R Inlet Duct Height 20
20 23-3/4 23-3/423-3/4 23-3/423-3/4
S Center to Center
17-5/16
17-3/820-3/820-3/820-3/820-3/820-3/8
Blower Mtg. Holes
T Inlet Duct Width 27-1/227-1/232-3/432-3/432-3/4 42-7/842-7/8
V Blower Encl Width 29
29 34-1/4 34-1/434-1/4 44-3/844-3/8
W
–––––55
X
–––––16
16
AA
8899999
BB
7-1/47-1/47-1/47-1/47-1/4 7-1/47-1/4
CC
–––––––
DD
2-3/42-3/42-3/43-3/83-3/8 3-3/8
6-13/16
EE
56-5/856-5/863-5/863-5/863-5/8 63-5/863-5/8
Gas Connections ➄
1/21/21/21/21/23/43/4
Std. Mtr. Sheave Dia. 333333
4-1/2
Std. Blower Sheave Dia.11
7
14
10
7
6
10
Blower Wheel Diameter
1313151515 1515
Approx. Weight 152152315315339 428498
➀ For some models, this is the dimension of the vent transition outlet supplied.
➁ BDP 150 thru BDP 300 — 4 holes (2 on blower and 2 on unit). BDP 350 and BDP 400 —‑6 holes (2 on blower
and 4 on unit). (Listed is the hole diameter and threads per inch to accept threaded rod).
➂ This is an approximate dimension for standard motors, allow 3" for sheave and optional motors.
istance between mounting hole in unit casing and mounting hole on blower. On the BDP 350 and BDP 400,
➃ D
the distance is from rear mounting hole in casing to the mounting hole on blower.
➄ For natural gas; may vary depending on control availability.
22
EE
K
E
D (OPENING)
J
DD
CC
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Figure 22.2 - Combustible Material and
Service Clearances
C
Access
Side
B
A
D
Table 22.2 - Combustible Material
Clearances ➀
Access Non-Access
Top of Power
Model Side
Side TopBottom Exhauster
Size
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(Not shown)
150-175
200-400
1
1
1
1
412
512
2
3
➀P
rovide sufficient room around the heater to allow for
proper combustion and operation of fan. Free area
around the heater must not be less than 1-1/2 times
the discharge area of the unit.
DIMENSIONAL DATA - MODEL PTP
Propeller Units - Model PTP
Figure 23.1 - Dimensional Drawings
ADJUSTABLE
LOUVERS
A
G
4 MOUNTING
HOLES
R
U
T
POWER VENTER
VENT PIPE CONNECTION
S
ACCESS PANEL
B
GAS
CONNECTION
E
OPENING
F
J
D OPENING
I
C
H
T-STAT
CONNECTION
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION
MOTOR CORD
STRAIN RELIEF
M (APPROX)
Q (MIN DIST TO WALL)
Table 23.1 - Dimensions (inches) - PTP 
Models
PTP150
PTP175
PTP200
PTP250
PTP300
PTP350
PTP400
A
35.53
42.53
42.53
42.53
42.53
42.53
42.53
B
23.06
25.81
25.81
31.31
31.31
39.56
39.56
C
22.05
22.05
22.05
22.05
22.05
22.05
22.05
D
22.52
29.52
29.52
29.52
29.52
29.52
29.52
E
21.18
23.93
23.93
29.43
29.43
37.68
37.68
F
15.33
16.70
16.70
19.45
19.45
23.58
23.58
G (Mounting Hole) ➁
3/8-16
3/8-16
3/8-16
3/8-16
3/8-16
3/8-16
3/8-16
H
8.37
8.37
8.37
8.37
8.37
8.37
8.37
I
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
M
31.79
32.83
34.43
33.83
33.83
34.83
34.83
Q➂
43.79
44.83
46.43
45.83
45.83
46.83
46.83
R
3.56
3.56
3.56
3.56
3.56
3.56
3.56
S
14.90
14.90
14.90
14.90
14.90
14.90
14.90
T
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
U
13.54
20.53
20.53
20.53
20.53
20.53
20.53
Gas Connection
1/2
1/2
1/2
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
Vent Connector Size
4"
4"
4"
6"
6"
6"
6"
Fan Diameter
20.00
22.00
22.00
22.00
22.00
24.00
24.00
Approx. Shipping Weight
(lbs.)
165
210
220
265
270
310
320
 Do not use propeller units with duct work.
‚ Listed is the hole diameter and threads per inch to accept threaded rod.
ƒ Dimension equals overall plus 12".
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SPECIFICATIONS - ALL MODELS
General
A.Standards
All unit(s) shall include:
A.1.
ETL design certification for use in both the US and Canada to
the ANSI Z83.8 - latest revision, standard for “Gas Unit Heater
and Gas-Fired Duct Furnaces” for safe operation, construction,
and performance.
B. Mechanical Configuration
B.1.
Furnace(s) section with 80% minimum efficiency provided by
an indirect-fired heat exchanger with dimpled tube pattern for
efficient heat transfer. (PDP/BDP models)
B.2. Furnace(s) section with 80% minimum efficiency provided by an
indirect-fired tubular heat exchanger with individually fired tubes
for maximum heat transfer with minimal noise of flame ignition/
extinction. (HD/HDB/PTP models)
C. Venting Arrangement
C.2.
D.
D.1.
The venting shall be a power exhausted arrangement. The unit
shall be tested to insure proper ignition when the unit is
subjected to 40 mile per hour wind velocities. The unit shall also
include a factory mounted differential pressure switch designed
to prevent main burner ignition until positive venting has been
proven.
Unit Casing
The unit heater(s) casing shall be constructed of not less than
20 gauge aluminized steel with minimization of exposed
fasteners. (PDP/BDP/PTP models)
D.1.a. The unit heater(s) casing shall be constructed of not less than
22 gauge aluminized steel with minimization of exposed
fasteners. (HD/HDB models)
D.2. All exterior casing parts shall be cleaned of all oils and a
phosphate coating applied prior to painting. The exterior casing
parts shall then be painted with an electrostatically applied
baked-on gray-green polyester powder paint (7-mil thickness) for
corrosion resistance.
D.3. The unit shall be furnished with horizontal air deflectors. The
deflectors are adjustable to provide for horizontal directional
airflow control (up or down).
E.
E.1.
Furnace Section
The heat exchanger(s) shall be made of 20 gauge aluminized
steel tubes and headers (opt 409 stainless steel). (PDP/BDP
models)
The thermal efficiency of the unit(s) shall be a minimum of 80%
efficient for all air flow ranges.
Each heat exchanger tube shall be individually and directly
flame-fired. The heat exchanger tube shall be contoured and
dimpled to provide efficient heat transfer and crimped to allow for
thermal expansion and contraction. The flue collector box shall
be made of 20 gauge aluminized steel.
E.1.a. The heat exchanger(s) shall be made of 18 gauge aluminized
steel (opt 409 stainless steel). (HD/HDB/PTP models)
E.2.
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E.2.a. The heat exchanger(s) seams and duct connections shall be
certified to withstand 0.5" W.C. external static pressure without
burner flame disturbance. (PDP/BDP models)
E.3.
The burner(s) shall be made of the same material as the heat
exchanger with a thickness of not less than 28 gauge. Burner(s)
shall have non-clogging, slotted ports with a stainless steel
separator strip designed for good lighting characteristics without
noise of extinction for both natural and propane gas.
(PDP/BDP models)
E.3.a. The burner(s) shall be in-shot type, directly firing each heat
exchanger individually and is (are) designed for good lighting
characteristics without noise of extinction for both natural and
propane gas. (HD/HDB/PTP models)
E.4.
The orifices shall be provided on propane gas with adjustable air
shutters for controlling the primary air mixture. (PDP/BDP models)
E.5.
The ignition controller(s) shall be 100% shut-off with continuous
retry.
E.6.
The gas pressure shall be between 6-7" W.C for natural gas.
(opt) The gas pressure shall be 11-14" W.C. for propane gas.
E.7.
The solid state ignition system shall intermittently light the pilot
each time the system is energized. Once the pilot is proven, the
main gas valve shall open and allow gas flow to the main burner.
(PDP/BDP models)
E.7.a. The solid state ignition system shall directly light the gas by
means of a direct spark igniter each time the system is
energized (HD/HDB/PTP models).
E.8.
The unit gas controls shall be provided with the following:
E.8.d. (opt) Single-stage gas controls with a single-stage combination
gas control, an ignition control, and a single-stage low voltage
thermostat. The unit fires at 100% full fire based on a call for
heat from a room thermostat.
E.8.e. (opt) Two-stage gas controls with a two-stage combination gas
control, an ignition control, and a two-stage low voltage
thermostat. The unit fires at 50% fire on low stage or 100% fire
on high stage of the unit based on the call for heat from either a
room or duct thermostat.
E.9.
An automatic reset high limit switch mounted in the air stream to
shut off the gas supply in the event of overheating.
E.10. A time delay relay that delays the start of the air mover to allow
the heat exchanger a warm-up period after a call for heat. The
time delay relay shall also continue the air mover operation after
the thermostat has been satisfied to remove any residual heat in
the heat exchanger.
E.11. The unit shall be orificed for up to 2000' elevation above sea
level. (opt) The unit shall be orificed for _____ elevation above
sea level.
F.
Electrical
F.3. A single step down transformer shall be provided for all unit
controls.
F.1.
F.2.
The thermal efficiency of the unit(s) shall be a minimum of 80%
for all air flow ranges.
Each heat exchanger tube shall be individually and directly
flame-fired. Each heat exchanger tube shall be individually and
directly flame-fired. The heat exchanger tube shall be crimped to
allow for thermal expansion and contraction. The flue collector
box shall be made of 20 gauge aluminized steel.
The heat exchanger(s) seams and duct connections shall be
certified to withstand 0.9" W.C. external static pressure without
burner flame disturbance. (HD/HDB/PTP models)
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All electrical components shall carry UL, ETL, or CSA listing.
A low voltage terminal board shall be provided for direct wiring
connection to an external thermostat.
SPECIFICATIONS - ALL MODELS
G.
G.1.
G.2.
G.3.
G.4.
Air Mover
J.5.
The motor wiring shall be in flexible metal BX conduit.
J.7.
Propeller models shall meet the following requirements.
J.9.
The motor horsepower shall be ____.
(opt) The motor shall be controlled by a time delay relay (opt)
and motor starter.
G.4.a. The motor type shall be Single-speed, Totally Enclosed (TE)
(Open Drip Proof (ODP) on HD units 75MBH and smaller)
G.4.b. The motor shall be rated for:
(a) 115V/60Hz/1Ph
(c) 230V/60Hz/1Ph (PDP model)
G.5.
Blower models shall meet the following requirements.
G.5.b. The motor shall be rated for:
(c) 230V/60Hz/1Ph (BDP model)
(b) 208V/60Hz/1Ph (BDP model)
(e) 230V/60Hz/3Ph (BDP model)
(f) 460V/60Hz/3Ph (BDP model)
(g) 575V/60Hz/3Ph (BDP model)
G.5.f. The blower shall be a double width, double inlet (DWDI), forward
curved, direct motor drive assembly with spider ball bearings.
(HDB model)
G.5.g. 3 & 5 HP motors ship loose and require motor starter by others.
H.Mounting
The unit shall be equipped with tapped holes to accept 3/8-16
threaded rod for suspension. (HD/HDB size 100/125 and PDP/
BDP/PTP models)
H.1.a. The unit shall be equipped with mounting brackets to allow for
threaded rod suspension or to be bolted directly to the ceiling
support structure allowing 1" of top clearance. (HD/HDB models opt on sizes 100/125)
H.4.
Propeller Unit (Sizes 150 – 300) to have two point adjustable
suspension points to allow for level hanging with a variety of
accessories (PDP models).
Propeller unit (all HD/PTP sizes and PDP350-400) and blower
units (Sizes 60-300) to have 4 suspension points.
Blower unit (Sizes 350, 400) to have 6 suspension points.
J.
Accessories
J.1.
A 5-50 psi gas pressure regulator to reduce the inlet gas
pressure for the operating controls.
J.14. 40° splitter double deflection velocity generating discharge
nozzle. (BDP model)
J.15. 90° vertical double deflection velocity generating discharge
nozzle. (BDP model)
J.18. 30° non-velocity generating downward air deflector hood
constructed of 20 ga. cold rolled steel with baked-on gray-green
polyester powder paint.
(d) 208V/60Hz/3Ph (BDP model)
G.5.e. The motor shall be provided with three speed taps to allow for
adjustment of the blower rpm at the job site. (HDB model)
H.3.
J.11. A belt guard enclosing the belts and sheaves (pulleys) on a
blower type unit heater. (BDP model)
J.17. Discharge Transition from unit to polytube. (HDB/BDP models)
G.5.d. The blower shall be a double width, double inlet (DWDI), forward
curved, belt driven, assembly with spider ball bearings.
H.2.
A combination filter rack/duct connector containing a 1" thick,
cleanable filter.
J.16. 5-way downward velocity generating discharge nozzle.
(BDP model)
G.5.c. The motor shall be provided with an adjustable motor sheave to
allow for minor adjustment of the blower rpm at the job site.
(BDP model)
H.1.
A blower enclosure fully encloses blower to enable the
attachment of filter racks and/or duct.
J.13. 40° downward double deflection velocity generating discharge
nozzle. (BDP model)
G.5.a. The motor type shall be Single-speed, totally enclosed (TE)
(Open Drip Proof (ODP) on all HDB units)
(a) 115V/60Hz/1Ph
Vertical Deflector Kit to enable side distribution of airflow.
J.12. Propane conversion kit for converting natural gas units to
propane gas.
(b) 208V/60Hz/1Ph (PDP model)
J.8.
An Energy Saver Kit used to reduce stratified air in high mounting
height applications. (PDP/BDP models)
J.19. 60° non-velocity generating downward air deflector hood
constructed of 20 ga. cold rolled steel with baked-on gray-green
polyester powder paint.
J.20. 90° non-velocity generating downward air deflector hood
constructed of 20 ga. cold rolled steel with baked-on gray-green
polyester powder paint.
J.21. (opt) A 208V to 115V step down shall be provided for operation
of the propeller unit.
J.22. (opt) A 230V to 115V step down shall be provided for operation
of the propeller unit.
J.23 (opt) A 460V to 115V step down shall be provided for operation
of the propeller unit.
J.24. (opt) A 575V to 115V step down shall be provided for operation
of the propeller unit.
K.Thermostats
The unit shall be provided with the following thermostat:
K.2. A single stage room thermostat with a 50°-90°F range.
K.3. A single stage room thermostat with a 50°-90°F temperature set
point range. The stat shall also include switching for Heat/Off and
Fan On/Auto control.
K.4. Honeywell TH5220D1029 digital non-programmable configurable
room thermostat with switching.
K.5. A field installed two-stage duct thermostat with a 0°-100°F range
and 20-foot capillary.
K.6. A two-stage electronic duct thermostat with field installed
temperature sensor, temperature selector and one stage adder.
The following field installed accessory control devices shall be
provided with the unit:
J.2. A clear plastic thermostat guard with two keys for room
thermostats.
J.3. A SPST summer winter switch for continuous fan in the summer
position and intermittent fan and burner in the winter position.
J.4.
Pipe Hanger Adapter Kit to facilitate threaded pipe suspension.
(HD/HDB size 100/125 and PDP/BDP/PTP models)
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MODEL NOMENCLATURE
Figure 26.1 - Model Number Designations
PDP 200
A
E
01
30
B
A
N
Factory Installed Option Digit
N - None
Unit Configuration
HD - Tubular Power Vented Propeller Unit
HDB - Tubular Power Vented Blower Unit
PDP - Propeller Unit Power Vent
BDP - Blower Unit Power Vent
PTP - Tubular Power Vented Propeller Unit
Future
A - All
Dev Digit
MBH Input
(refer to pages 7 & 9)
100 - 100,000 Btu/hr input
200 - 200,000 Btu/hr input
250 - 250,000 Btu/hr input
etc.
Fan Guard Digit
S - Standard
F - Fingerproof
N - None (all blower models)
Control Code Type
(refer to page 14)
11 - Natural gas, single stage (HD/HDB)
21 - Propane, single stage (HD/HDB)
30 - 115v/25v intermittent pilot ignition, 100% Shut-Off,
with continuous retry, natural gas
31 - 230v/25v intermittent pilot ignition, 100% Shut-Off,
with continuous retry, natural gas
etc.
Heat Exchanger Type
A - Aluminized
S - Stainless Steel
Ignition Type
E - Unit equipped with intermittent pilot ignition
S - Direct Spark (HD/HDB/PTP only)
Power Code
(refer to pages 10 & 11)
01 - 115V/60Hz/1ph
02 - 230V/60Hz/1ph
etc.
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