Trane VUVE Vertical Classroom User manual

Trane VUVE Vertical Classroom User manual
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Product Catalog
Vertical Classroom Unit Ventilator
750 cfm to 1500 cfm
June 2013
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Introduction
The Trane Classroom Unit Ventilator
Academic performance of U.S. students depends, in part, on the ability to create a comfortable
learn-friendly surrounding. Being too hot or too cold could hinder a students ability to achieve
academic excellence.
Seasonal changes, mechanical/building disrepair, and even class attendance provide real
challenges to HVAC mechanical systems. The only thing consistent about today’s classroom is its
ability to constantly change. With this in mind, Trane introduces a NEW classroom unit ventilator
design to support today’s changing environment.
Figure 1. Back view of unit ventilator
Figure 2. Vertical classroom unit ventilator
Roomy end-pockets for
install-ability and
system customization
Maintenance-free
EC motor with
direct-drive fans
Blow-through design provides
freeze protection, sound
attenuation, and safety
Sealed coil, but quickly
accessed for cleaning
and visual inspection
Linkage-free
outside air damper
© 2013 Trane All rights reserved
Off-the-shelf
filter sizing
Hassle-free
piping
Larger fans for
lower sound levels
Auxiliary drain
pan option
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Introduction
Trademarks
EarthWise, Integrated Comfort, Rover, Trane, the Trane logo, TOPSS, Tracer, and Tracer Summit are
trademarks or registered trademarks of Trane in the United States and other countries. All
trademarks referenced in this document are the trademarks of their respective owners.
BACnet is a registered trademark of American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and AirConditioning Engineers (ASHRAE); Echelon, LONMARK, LonTalk, and LONWORKS are registered
trademarks of Echelon Corporation.
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Table of Contents
Features and Benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Fit and Finish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Install-ability, Service-ability and Maintain-ability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
IAQ Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Acoustics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Application Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
A Choice in System Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Selection Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Model Number Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
General Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Performance Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Fan Speed Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Customer Supplied Terminal Interface (CSTI) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Tracer ZN520 Zone Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Tracer UC400 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Zone Sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Valves/Piping Package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Jobsite Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Dimensional Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Mechanical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
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Features and Benefits
Fit and Finish
Equipment Size
The vertical unit ventilator delivers from 750 cfm to 1500 cfm. It is physically sized to fit the
replacement or new construction application.
Cabinet Finish
The unit cabinetry is made of a durable industrial grade metal to withstand even the most rigorous
classrooms. A smooth/glossy, appliance grade paint treatment increases the aesthetics of the
equipment while making it durable and easy to maintain.
Access
A three panel front access of the unit ventilator is ergonomically safe for lifting/removal, and allows
speedy set up during field commissioning. This design allows for the end pocket of the unit
ventilator to be open while the fan (airside) section stays closed. The panel design supports a clean
fit and finish while providing effortless access for filter change-out.
Top access to the unit mounted fan speed/sensor option was developed with the teacher or
administrative staff in mind. Access to the sensor may be made through a lock/key, or through an
easy open door.
Figure 3. Fit and finish
Install-ability, Service-ability and Maintain-ability
Spacious End Pockets
Easy access to piping and controls is made through the roomy equipment end pocket design. The
coil headers and drain connections are made within the unit chassis, freeing-up valuable space in
the end pockets for piping or field add-ins. This also grants a tighter seal to prevent air leakage.
The roomy end pocket design Figure 4, p. 6 allows for application requirements such as an optional
auxiliary drain pan. The auxiliary pan may be placed under the factory or field piping package.
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Sliding Fan Deck
Convenient access to the fan motor and fan wheels for maintenance and serviceability is made in
part of the easy-slide design of the unit ventilator fan board, Figure 5. The fan board assembly
offers hassle free access to the contractor or maintenance technician. As an added benefit, Trane’s
unit ventilator includes Electronically Commutated Motors (ECM) as standard.
Figure 4. Spacious end pockets
Figure 5. Sliding fan board
Energy Efficiency
Trane has a commitment to providing premium quality products that has led to the exclusive use
of Electronically Commutated Motors (ECM) in all unit ventilator models. These brushless DC
motors incorporate the latest technology for optimized energy efficiency, acoustical abatement,
maintenance free and extended motor life. Each motor has a built-in microprocessor that allows
for programmability, soft ramp-up, better airflow control, and serial communication.
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Trane units equipped with ECMs are significantly more efficient than a Permanent Split
Capacitor (PSC) motor.
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Lower operating costs on average of 50 percent (versus a PSC motor).
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The Reduced FLA option allows units to ship with a nameplate FLA rating much lower than a
typical ECM unit.
Filters
Trane unit ventilators utilize an off-the-shelf filter design to reduce or eliminate local stocking of
filters in the school. See “General Data,” p. 25 for standard filter sizes.
Note: High efficiency options, MERV 8 and MERV 13, are available. These filters provide greater
resistance and dust holding capabilities.
Hinged Control Box
The hinged control box design maintains easy access to the electrical for connection while
supporting less potential for damage on the job site from the different construction trades.
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Piping
Hydronic piping for the unit ventilator may be factory installed or field provided. It fits freely inside
the unit end pockets, supplying quick hook-up during the installing phase. The motorized valves
include a trouble-free, pop-top allowing the maintenance or service technician access to the motor
without removing the valve body from the piping package.
IAQ Features
Indoor air quality (IAQ) has become a top priority in classroom design. Giving students a healthy
place to learn and develop is crucial in every school district. It is also crucial to maintaining the
building’s overall construction and furnishings. Several features of Trane’s unit ventilator attribute
to improved IAQ.
Removable Drain Pan
The unit ventilator drain pan is dual sloped for effective condensate removal. This non-corrosive
pan eliminates the problems associated with leaking or standing water and is removable for
cleaning.
Ease of Maintenance
Internal components such as the fan and coils are accessible for visual inspection and cleaning.
Maintaining a clean system increases the efficiency of the unit and is important to good,
sustainable indoor air quality.
This design also places the coils farther away from the outside air opening, virtually eliminating the
potential for coil freezing and the added hassles of nuisance freeze-trips.
OA/RA Damper Design
The outside/return air damper is a one-piece design which is linkage free resulting in a superior air
seal (see Figure 4, p. 6). This results in lower infiltration of outside air during off cycles thus
lowering the risk of freezing equipment in the winter or the intrusion of humid air into the building
during the summer.
OA/RA Actuator
The OA/RA actuator provides true spring return operation for positive close-off of the OA/RA
damper. The spring return system of the actuator closes the outside damper if power is lost to the
building. When ordered with factory controls, the actuator is a 3-point floating design. A 2 to 10-Vdc
actuator is available when other than Trane controls are specified.
Figure 6. OA/RA Actuator and OA insulated damper
OA insulated damper
OA/RA actuator
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Unit Filter
Each classroom unit ventilator comes equipped with a standard-size throwaway filter to support
job site installation and start-up. However, the Trane unit ventilator is designed to accommodate
the use of a MERV 8 or MERV 13 high capacity filter to provide greater filtration of airborne
contaminants.
Dehumidification
Trane unit ventilators provide a broad range of dehumidification solutions. Active humidity control
involves monitoring and managing both the dry bulb temperature and the humidity in the
classroom. With this strategy, a reheat coil is placed downstream of the cooling coil to temper
(reheat) the cold, dehumidified air leaving the cooling coil to avoid over-cooling the space. Reheat
configurations are available in a variety of coil combinations.
Alternately, the Tracer™ UC400 or Tracer ZN520 controller can be configured to automatically
reduce the fan speed at part-load conditions. This helps improve the coincidental dehumidification
performance of the unit at part-load, and also lowers sound levels. To help ensure proper
ventilation in the classroom at lower fan speeds, the controller adjusts the outside air being
supplied to the classroom.
Economizer
One big advantage of a Unit Ventilator system is the ability to provide energy savings through an
economizer cycle. During mild seasons outside air is used to provide “free” cooling, thereby,
minimize or eliminate the need to run mechanical cooling equipment. To truly have an effective
economizer a Unit Ventilator must be able to bring in up to 100 percent of the design airflow
through the outside air damper opening. Trane Unit Ventilators are tested and certified to exceed
the industry standard, as defined by AHRI 840, for economizer effectiveness. This ensures the
school will realize the energy savings available through the economizer strategy.
Face and Bypass Actuator
The face and bypass damper actuator incorporates a direct couple design. It provides electronic
protection against overload. A limit switch is not included, nor required as part of the design. When
reaching the damper end position, the actuator automatically stops. The gears can be manually
disengaged with a button on the housing.
Acoustics
Quiet systems are extremely important in today’s classrooms. Trane offers many different system
solutions to balance the requirements of sound, cost, IAQ and efficiency. The Trane vertical unit
ventilator takes a comprehensive approach to delivering one of the quietest units available.
Fan and Blower Motor Assembly
Several innovative ideas have gone into the quiet design of the Trane vertical unit ventilator. The
fans diameters have been maximized to reduce the motor rpm and thus lower the noise, while still
maintaining the cfm requirements to support ventilation and capacity requirements. The unique
direct-drive fan and blower design diminishes vibration from occurring further ensuring quiet
operation.
Fan Speed Control
Trane provides the capability to vary airflow for suitable applications either with three speeds or
with a 0–10 Vdc input. This lowers the sound in the space and improves the dehumidification in the
cooling season at part-load. With field installed controls, this is accomplished with a unit-mounted
manual fan speed switch (allowing either 2- or 3-speed control) or variable speed control with a
0–10 Vdc input. ECM controls provide a soft ramp between speed changes—a significant
contributor to overall quiet operation.
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With the inclusion of the Tracer UC400 unit controller, the speed of the fan is infinitely varied
automatically in response to the load condition in the space. The controller also will adjust the
outside air being provided to properly ventilate the classroom at the lower airflow conditions.
Quiet Blow-Through Design
The Trane blow-through unit design enables additional sound attenuation by eliminating the fan
noise from entering the space directly. The position of the internal components is optimized to
enhance The performance and casing construction of Trane vertical unit ventilators further adds
to this acoustically superior design.
Certification/Standards
Comfort, energy and IAQ are all major issues that need to be woven into today’s school designs.
Therefore, it is important that designers of these systems have accurate information to make
system decisions. That is why the industry has developed performance standards and certification
programs which ensure that the equipment information provided to the design community is
correct and comparable across different manufacturers. The following list of certifications
identifies the commitment by Trane to providing the highest quality equipment and information to
our customers:
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AHRI-840
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ETL
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Tested in accordance to AHRI 350 (acoustics)
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LONMARK®
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A Choice in System Design
The beauty of the classroom unit ventilator goes beyond its ability to heat and cool. The unit
ventilator design provides an opportunity to create a comfortable atmosphere for living, learning
and playing, while supporting energy efficiency savings. Some of the featured benefits of a unit
ventilator are:
• Individual room control.
• Fresh air ventilation and filtration.
• Individual dehumidification sequences per zone.
• Energy savings solutions through economizing functions and Electronically Commutated
Motors.
• A choice in heating/cooling applied systems.
• And, because the equipment is mounted directly in the living space, expense associated to
installed mechanical ductwork may be avoided.
Wide Variety of Heating/Cooling Coils
Trane’s unit ventilator offers a wide variety of coil configurations to be used in many design
considerations.
In environments where cooling needs are of main interest, a two-pipe coil coupled with a chiller,
or a direct expansion coil joined with a condensing unit may be used.
For heat specific applications, Trane offers a two-pipe hot water only unit to be combined with a
boiler. Electric heat and steam options are also available for heating selections.
When there is seasonal heating and cooling, a two-pipe chilled water/hot water changeover system
may be applicable to the mechanical design. This system requires a chiller and a boiler to support
the changeover necessity. However, where space constraints may present a concern, the Trane unit
ventilator may be equipped with a direct expansion coil for cooling, with an auxiliary electric heat
coil, hot water coil, or steam coil for heating.
Four-pipe chilled water/hot water systems are also available. This system is typically applied when
both heating and cooling may be simultaneously called for in the school.
Building Automation
As part of the building automation system, the mechanical HVAC system equipment may be
optimized to lower energy consumption. By running only the mechanical devices that are required
to support the building load at a given time of day or night, true energy consumption savings may
be achieved.
Maintenance and service information through the unit sensing devices are easily defined and
cured with an automated system.
With factory shipped direct digital controls, installation and start-up of the system are more simple.
Condensate
Proper condensate trapping is required for the classroom unit ventilator’s with hydronic and direct
expansion coils (steam coils do not require a trapped condensate setup). In a properly trapped
system, when condensate forms during normal operation, the water level in the trap rises until
there is a constant flow of water through the pipe. It is imperative to maintain water in the trap, and
not allow the trap to dry out during heating season.
Equipment should be installed level to avoid condensate build-up around the coil.
Performance
Application of this product should be within the catalogs airflow and unit performance. The Trane
Official Product Selection System (TOPSS™) will aid in the selection process for a set of given
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conditions. If this program has not been made available, ask a local Trane account manager to
supply the desired selections or provide a copy of the program.
Figure 7.
System choice for the classroom unit ventilator
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The Importance of Air Quality
Indoor air quality (IAQ) should be considered a top priority in the school environment. School
institutes contain a diverse day of activities that have a potential for air impurity sources including
cafeterias, art and science classrooms, vocational education areas, pools and locker rooms. Proper
ventilation and filtration of these spaces can pose some challenges.
Occupant density in classrooms is much higher than that found in office or retail spaces. The
amount of outdoor air required to ventilate a classroom is based predominantly on the number of
students expected to occupy the space. Students also move in large groups, frequently throughout
the building, resulting in widely varied thermal loads within the zones. To compound the situation,
a classroom mechanical system is typically run for 9 months of the year, and vacated for 3 months
(either by turning up or off the HVAC system). To increase the IAQ challenge even more, building
construction techniques that help reduce energy costs, also tightly seal the school. This can lead
to uncirculated/unfiltered air.
Ventilation
Ventilation is an important factor in the maintenance of healthy air. In a poor ventilated school
building, fumes and vapors are not properly exhausted allowing particles to develop. A healthier
building is a building where the air is exchanged more frequently and properly filtered. Through
ventilation, stale indoor air is exhausted and fresh treated outdoor air is drawn into the building.
The amount of ventilation air required is established by building codes and industry standards.
Most building codes reference ASHRAE Standard 62–Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air
Quality–as the minimum requirement for ventilation system design. Architects, engineers and
contractors utilize this standard when determining and calculating the type of load the building
environment will place on the mechanical system.
Trane Unit Ventilators Support Indoor Air Quality
The Trane unit ventilator is tested and designed to exceed ASHRAE Standard 62. This includes the
use of a higher efficiency filtration to help introduce proper levels of “fresh” diluted air for
contaminant removal.
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Energy Efficiency
Beyond the ventilation and filtration performance of the classroom unit ventilator, maintenance of
the HVAC system is a must. Several enhancements placed on the Trane unit ventilator to support
superior IAQ performance include:
• Coil presentation allows for ease of maintenance and cleaning.
• A dual sloped non-corrosive drain pan (removable) helps keep moisture in the system to a
minimum.
• Ultra low leak damper that results in a fixed air seal of the damper assembly.
• Air exchange performance that goes beyond code while maintaining the AHRI-840 certification
for economizing requirements.
• An upgrade-able MERV rated filters help reduce contaminants and increase filtration.
• Side-wall power exhaust support system to help remove the stale air from the classroom and
better support the air exchange.
• Energy recovery unit ventilator to further pretreat and dehumidify the fresh air before it enters
the classroom unit ventilator.
• Options for improved dehumidification at part-load, including automatic fan-speed control,
face and bypass dampers, and active humidity control through reheat.
A Choice in Energy Optimization
The energy consumption of a unit ventilator system can be significantly reduced through the use
of an economizer cycle. To better understand the basic function of how an outside air economizer
works, it is important to fully understand how it operates.
The economizer functions by opening an outside air damper, and bringing cooler outside air into
the space. The economizer cycle is controlled with a modulating damper motor, which opens at
specified increments dependent upon readings from outside air sensors.
Economizers also utilize a return-air damper that closes as the outside air damper opens.
Depending on the room requirements, the modulating damper motor may mix the return air with
the outside air to provide the maximum energy cost efficiencies without sacrificing comfort.
When the room thermostat calls for cooling, the economizer control provides the right mix of
outside and return air to cool the classroom. The equipment’s airflow is generated from both fan
energy and the economizing dampers. This design supports optimum ventilation and provides the
greatest energy savings. As the outside air temperature rises (typically above 55°F), the outside
damper closes to the minimum position, activating the second cooling stage on the room
thermostat—the cooling-generating device (compressor, water pump, chiller, cooling tower). The
return-air and outside air dampers modulate to support the discharged air temperature.
Dampers working together with the cooling coil is called integrated economizing, which allows a
unit ventilator to mix outside air with return air, delivering an energy-efficient, cost-savings
solution to a school.
Industry Standards
The Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) created the AHRI-840 standard for
classroom unit ventilators to provide a consistent method of rating the unit ventilators design
performance. To achieve AHRI-840 certification, the unit ventilator must be capable of providing a
minimum of 80 percent of its ventilation (airflow) through the outside air economizer function (see
Figure 8). This measurement ensures that the expected energy savings by the economizer is
realized in actual operation.
Only AHRI-840 certified equipment has been independently tested for compliance to the minimum
requirement. Trane was the first, and continues to be one of the few manufacturers that meet this
certification. By meeting this certification, the designer can be assured that the Trane unit ventilator
will perform with energy conservation in mind.
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Figure 8. Unit ventilator economizer
Acoustics
A growing population, and an increase in economic pressure to maximize building footprints have
resulted in higher building occupancies and less space to place the HVAC equipment. Often times
the close proximity of the equipment—such as a floor mounted unit ventilator—may cause noise
related complaints. Reducing the likelihood of these complaints requires careful planning:
• In the equipment sizing (under sizing and over sizing could increase noise level).
• And equipment placement (absorption and number of sound sources in the room greatly affect
noise).
Room NC is the sum of all sounds entering the room. Its value is based on assumptions about the
room’s characteristics. Given the complexity of various building systems, it is extremely important
to assure that the design goals (commissioning) for classroom acoustics, IAQ, and moisture control
are met through all aspects of the space.
For example, it is not uncommon for a school to install unit ventilators that are manufacturer-rated
for a specified airflow (cfm), but which are not AHRI-840 certified. These units may ship with a fanspeed setting that delivers a lower than specified airflow, perhaps to reduce sound levels. Without
an overall building design goal, these units will be installed without delivering the specified airflow
needed to support the fresh air circulation, and possibly compromise IAQ.
Note: Unless the equipment is tested at the specified airflow, it is extremely difficult to determine
whether the unit meets the specified sound level.
Trane’s unit ventilator will not compromise air quality to support a minor reduction in airflow noise.
We encourage our engineers to specify their airflow needs at full building load requirements. Finetuning of the speed setting may be interchanged through the unit’s 3-speed fan sensor quickly and
easily. This mechanical feature ensures that the equipment supplies proper cfm to support IAQ in
the classroom, while giving complete control of equipment noise to the administrative staff.
Technology that Supports Acoustic Enhancements
Another solution to airflow noise is through Trane direct digital controls (Tracer UC400). With the
Tracer UC400 controller, an infinitely variable speed fan control for the unit ventilator delivers the
airflow output customized to support the cfm space needs. When less cfm is necessary to meet the
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load of the classroom, the equipment operates at an optimum speed, keeping sound levels to a
minimum. Another solution for acoustically sensitive application is the option for “Low Acoustics,”
which uses the ECM technology to manage the fan speeds. However, if the room temperature rises
above the setpoint, the controller will switch to high speed for sustaining the space needs. As part
of this strategy, ventilation must also be considered. The Tracer UC400 controller will reposition
the outside air damper to confirm the minimum outside air cfm is met at both operating conditions.
This setup allows the unit ventilator to meet the space comfort condition, while providing a lower
sound level and proper ventilation.
Figure 9. Equipment placement
Ventilation for Acceptable IAQ
Supplying proper ventilation to a classroom is challenging. The various rooms that make up a
school are forever changing in their proper ventilation needs. Building occupants and their
activities generate pollutants that heighten the ventilation requirements. And because of this
intermittent occupancy, the ventilation frequency of a classroom is constantly on the move.
Ventilation systems dilute and remove indoor contaminants, while mechanical heating and cooling
systems control the indoor temperature and humidity. Supplying an adequate amount of fresh air
to an occupied classroom is necessary for good indoor air quality. IAQ should be considered a top
priority in the school environment because children are still developing physically and are more
likely to suffer the consequences of indoor pollutants. For this reason, air quality in schools is of
particular concern. Proper conditioning of the indoor air is more than a quality issue; it
encompasses the safety and stewardship of our investment in the students, staff and facility.The
beauty of a classroom unit ventilator is its ability to provide heating, cooling, ventilation and
dehumidification as a single-zone system.
ASHRAE Control Cycles
There is a variety of control systems available today in unit ventilators. The exact method of
controlling the amount of outside air and heating capacity can vary. However, all systems provide
a sequence of operation designed to provide rapid classroom warm-up and increasing amount of
ventilation air to offset classroom load.
To help supply proper ventilation to these fluctuating heat gains, the Trane unit ventilator is
designed to provide rapid classroom warm-up and increasing amounts of ventilation air to offset
classroom overheating.
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Figure 10. ASHRAE Cycle graph
ASHRAE Cycle I
All standard unit ventilator cycles automatically close the outside air damper whenever maximum
heating capacity is required. As room temperature approaches the comfort setpoint, the outside
air damper opens fully, and the unit handles 100 percent outside air. Unit capacity is then controlled
by modulating the heating element capacity.
ASHRAE Cycle I is typically used in areas where a large quantity of outdoor air is required to offset
the air being exhausted to relieve the room of unpleasant odors and particles.
ASHRAE Cycle II
ASHRAE Cycle II is the most widely used ventilation control. Similar to Cycle I, the outside air
damper is closed during warm-up. But with Cycle II, the unit handles recirculated air through the
return air system. As temperature approaches the comfort setting, the outside air damper opens
to admit a predetermined minimum amount of outside air. This minimum has been established by
local code requirements and good engineering practices. Unit capacity is controlled by varying the
heating output. If room temperature rises above the comfort setting, the heating is turned off and
an increasing amount of outside air is admitted until only outside air is being delivered.
ASHRAE Cycle II is a very economical control sequence often referred to as integrated
economizing. This design supports optimum ventilation and provides the greatest energy savings.
This is further proof of why AHRI-840 certification is important in minimizing energy consumption
through economizer performance.
Freeze Protection
The most important advantage the Trane blow-through design provides is additional protection
against coil freeze-up. In contrast, draw-through configurations allow little mixing of the return and
outside air stream while locating the coil very close to the outside air inlet. This process creates
“cold spots” on the coil which could lead to coil freeze-up.
With a blow-through design, face and bypass with isolation valve control is not necessary to
provide proper freeze protection to the unit vent. The placement of the coil above the fan allows
enough space for the coil to avoid “cold spots” that could cause freezing.
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Application Considerations
Dehumidification
Constant Volume System
A typical unit ventilator is a constant-volume, variable-temperature device. It uses a constant fan
speed and modulates water flow through a chilled water coil to maintain the dry bulb temperature
in the space based off of a setpoint. Outdoor air is introduced at the back of the unit ventilator, and
distributed with the supply air. At design cooling load conditions, a system controlled in this
manner typically has a leaving air temperature that is cold enough (and, therefore dry enough) to
sufficiently dehumidify the space, but its ability to dehumidify can decrease significantly at partload conditions.
When the sensible load in the space decreases (part-load), the constant-volume system responds
by raising the dry-bulb temperature of the supply air. In a chilled water unit ventilator, this is
accomplished by modulating a valve to reduce the rate at which water flows through the coil.
Figure 11 shows how this affects the supply air leaving the coil—the warmer coil surface that results
from less water flow provides less sensible cooling (raising the supply air temperature) and
removes less moisture from the passing air stream.
Figure 11. Part-load dehumidification with modulated chilled water
The sensible cooling capacity of a constant volume system decreases to match the smaller sensible
cooling load. Any latent cooling (dehumidification) capacity is purely coincidental, whether the
cooling-coil medium is chilled water or refrigerant. As the load diminishes, the system delivers
even warmer supply air. Some dehumidification can occur in this situation, but only if the sensible
load is high enough.
Some designers attack this problem by oversizing the unit ventilators. This does not solve the
problem; in fact, it can make the situation worse. Increasing the capacity of the unit ventilator may
also require increasing the supply airflow. A higher-than-necessary supply airflow results in
warmer supply air and, in non arid climates, less dehumidification. It’s important to understand,
this is not just a unit, coil, or fan-sizing challenge. Rather, it’s an issue of properly controlling the
system in a manner provides sufficient dehumidification at all operating conditions. Proper
dehumidification with terminal units is a matter of proper control.
Active Humidity Control
A common method used to address this part-load humidity control challenge in a constant-volume
system is active humidity control through supply air tempering (reheat). Active humidity control
involves monitoring and controlling both the dry bulb temperature and humidity in the occupied
space. Whenever the space humidity is below the preset upper limit (typically 60 percent relative
humidity), the system operates just like a normal constant-volume system. However, if the space
humidity reaches or exceeds the upper limit, the cooling coil control valve is driven open regardless
of the need for sensible cooling in the space. The coil over-cools the air, increasing the
dehumidification capacity of the system.
With this control sequence, a reheat coil is placed downstream of the cooling coil to temper (reheat)
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Dehumidification
effectively applying an active humidity control system is to use reheat only when it is needed. This
requires the sensing of both the humidity and temperature in the occupied space.
When the space humidity falls below the upper limit, the system returns to the standard cooling
mode and again operates as a traditional constant-volume system.
Basic components of Trane’s reheat system, include a (1) classroom unit ventilator with a main
coil and an auxiliary coil downstream, (2) the Tracer ZN520 digital controller, and (3) two
sensors, one for the temperature and one for relative humidity. Sensors may be located in the
zone, or in the return air stream.
If after hours operation is required, the addition of a building automation system (BAS) such as
Tracer Summit™ is recommended to coordinate the chillers, pumps, boiler and unit ventilators. It
also assures proper operation of the exhaust fans.
Reheat may come from new energy (electric resistance heat or boilers fueled by gas or oil) or
recovered energy.
Recovered energy reheat refers to the process of salvaging or transferring energy from another
process within the facility. In this case, the recovered energy is the by-product of a cooling process
which would normally be rejected or wasted. A common example may include a plate and frame
heat exchanger in the condenser water loop of a water-cooled chiller system.
Automatic Fan-Speed Adjustment
Reducing the fan speed (supply airflow) at part-load conditions is a way to improve the coincidental
dehumidification performance of a unit ventilator. The Tracer ZN520 digital controller can be
configured to automatically reduce fan speed when the sensible load is decreased, Figure 12, p. 18.
At full load, the fan operates at high speed and the control valve’s flow is wide open. As the cooling
load decreases, the controller modulates the valve to throttle the rate of chilled water flow through
the coil. At some point, based on valve position, the unit controller switches the fan to low speed.
Less airflow means that colder supply air is needed to maintain the target space temperature. The
control valve opens allowing the coil to remove more moisture from the passing air stream.
The controller will also adjust the outside air damper to help properly ventilate the classroom at
the lower fan speed condition.
Face and Bypass Dampers
Face and bypass control is a common and accepted method of capacity control.
The face and bypass damper, consists of a single blade installed immediately upstream of the
cooling coil. The bypass is sized to have the same pressure drop as the cooling coil so that a
constant air quantity can be maintained at all times during system operation.
Bypass control maintains the dry bulb temperature in the space by modulating the amount of air
flowing through the cooling coil, thus varying the supply air temperature to the space. As the face
and bypass damper begins to close some of the outside/return air mix is diverted around the coil
and mixed with air coming off the coil to obtain a supply air temperature that is proportional to the
reduction in space load. Because the chilled water valve remains wide open, the portion of the air
passing through the coil is dehumidified further, improving part-load dehumidification.
However, face and pass control does not actively control space humidity. It still allows the space
humidity level to rise at part-load, often higher than desired.
For more information on various methods for improving dehumidification performance of unit
ventilator systems, refer to Trane “Dehumidification in HVAC Systems” application manual
SYS-APM004-EN.
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Figure 12. Face and bypass damper
Figure 13. Basic components of active dehumidification control
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Draft Barrier and OA Preconditioning
Figure 14. Reheat system and auto fan speed adjustment
Reheat System
Auto Fan Speed Adjustment with Tracer ZN520
Dynamic Air Barrier
In areas that contend with colder climates for a significant period of time, a school may wish to
employ a dynamic air barrier package. With this dynamic (draft) barrier system, the cold air is
captured off of the window, and drawn into the classroom unit ventilator’s normal airflow cycle.
The unit ventilator treats/warms the air as if it were part of a return-air makeup system. This
captured air is then discharged into the space providing comfort to the classroom’s occupants.
This draft barrier shield should be utilized when:
• Almost 50 percent of the wall includes windows.
• Outside air temperatures fall below 35°F for a significant period of time
• Or, in retrofit applications where the windows are of a single pane thickness.
Figure 15. Dynamic air barrier
Captured
Cold Air
Unit Ventilator
Outdoor Air Preconditioning
Conditioning the large amounts of outdoor air required for proper classroom ventilation can
significantly increase building cooling and heating loads. It also raises the system’s first cost and
operating cost. One way to reduce the impact of the outdoor air load on the unit ventilator is to use
energy recovered from the exhaust air stream to precondition the outdoor air as it’s brought into
the building.
A total-energy recovery (enthalpy) wheel consists of a revolving cylinder filled with a desiccantcoated medium suitable for sensible and latent (moisture) heat transfer, Figure 16, p. 20. The
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adjacent outdoor and exhaust air streams pass through the wheel in a counterflow arrangement
that transfers energy from one air stream to the other.
During the cooling season, the drier, sensible heat and moisture transfer from the outdoor air to
the cooler, drier exhaust air. Conversely, during the heating season, sensible heat and moisture
transfers from the exhaust air to preheat and humidify the entering outdoor air stream. Figure 16
psychrometric ally depicts the impact of a preconditioning total-energy wheel on a unit ventilator.
This approach can’t directly control humidity in the space, but it can significantly reduce the
capacity (and operating cost) of the cooling and heating equipment required to condition the
outdoor air. Capable of recovering 65 to 75 percent of the energy in the exhaust air stream, totalenergy wheels used in conjunction with unit ventilators can be an attractive alternative when
upgrading existing classroom to meet ASHRAE’s ventilation requirements; they reduce, perhaps
even eliminate, the extra capacity needed at the chiller plant or boiler.
Figure 16. Energy recover wheel
The Trane ERS energy recovery unit ventilator is one example of a “cold coil” unit with outdoor
air preconditioning.
Note: Both preconditioning (energy recovery) and post conditioning (reheat) may be applied in
the same system.
For more information on outdoor-air preconditioning and energy recovery, refer to the Trane
application engineering manual, Air-to-Air Energy Recovery in HVAC Systems (SYS-APM003-EN).
Figure 17. Cold coil with outdoor air preconditioning
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Selection Procedure
Trane vertical classroom unit ventilators provide air delivery and capacities necessary to meet the
requirements of modern school classrooms. They are available with the industry’s widest selection
of coils to precisely satisfy heating, ventilating and air conditioning loads with the best individual
type of system. Unit ventilator selection involves three basic steps.
• Determine the classroom/space unit cooling and/or heating loads
• Determine the unit size
• Select the coil
Capacity Required
The first step in unit ventilator selection is to determine room heating and air conditioning loads.
The calculation of this load is essential if the equipment is to be economical in first cost and
operating cost.
Adequate ventilation is mandatory in classroom air conditioning design. The amount is often
specified by local or state codes and, in air conditioned schools, may be either the same or less than
that specified for heating systems. The usual requirement is between 15 and 25 cfm of outside air
per occupant, based on the intended use of the room. For instance, a chemistry laboratory normally
requires more ventilation for odor control than a low occupancy speech clinic.
Ventilation is an important concern and should be accurately determined to assure good indoor air
quality. Purposely oversizing units should be avoided, since it can cause comfort and control
issues.
Unit Size
Unit ventilator size is determined by three factors:
• Total air circulation
• Ventilation cooling economizer capacity required
• Total cooling or heating capacity required
Total air circulation, if not specified by code, should be sufficient to ensure comfort conditions
throughout the room. This is usually from six to nine air changes per hour, but can vary with room
design and exposure. Often rooms with large sun exposure require additional circulation to avoid
hot spots.
Ventilation cooling capacity is determined by the amount of outside air delivered with the outside
air damper fully open, and the temperature difference between the outside air and the classroom.
In air conditioning applications, ventilation cooling capacities should maintain the comfort setting
in the classroom whenever the outside air temperature is below the unit or system changeover
temperature.
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Example:
Ventilation cooling capacity = 1.085 x cfmt x (T1 - T2)
cfmt = Total air capacity of unit with outside air damper open 100 percent.
T1 = Room temperature.
T2 = Outside air temperature.
In classrooms with exceptionally heavy air conditioning loads, unit size may be determined by the
total cooling requirement. Good practice dictates 375 to 425 cfm per ton of hydronic cooling
capacity. Normally, however, Trane classroom air conditioner coils have sufficient capacities.
Example:
Given: Air circulation specified = 8 air changes per hour.
Classroom size = 35 ft long x 25 ft wide x 10 ft high
Inside design air temperature = 75 degrees F
Ventilation cooling required at 58 degrees F = 29,000 BTU
CFM required =
8 changes/hr x (35 x 25 x 10)ft3
= 1170 cfm
60 Minutes/hr
Checking ventilation cooling capacity:
29,800 BTU = 1.085 x CFM x (80-58)
CFM = 1250
This indicates that a 1250 cfm unit would have satisfactory ventilation cooling capacity at the
design changeover point of 58°F. Coil capacity will become confirmed when the coil is selected.
Coil Selection
Selecting the correct coil is done through Trane’s Official Product Selection System (TOPSS) For
your convenience, TOPSS has a mixed air calculator built into the program.
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Model Number Descriptions
Vertical Unit Ventilator
Model Number
Digits 1, 2, 3 — Unit
Configuration
VUV=
Vertical Unit Ventilator
Digit 4 — Development
Sequence
E
Digits 5, 6, 7 — Nominal Airflow
075 =
100 =
125 =
150 =
750 cfm
1000 cfm
1250 cfm
1500 cfm
Digit 8 — Voltage (Volts/Hz/
Phase)
0
1
2
3
4
7
8
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
115/60/1
208/60/1
230/60/1
208/60/3
460/60/3
277/60/1
230/60/3
Digit 9 — Open Digit
Digits 10, 11 — Current Design
Sequence
Digit 12 — Face & Bypass
Y
N
=
=
Yes, Include Damper
No Damper
Digit 13 — Unit Arrangement
1
2
3
4
5
=
=
=
=
=
6
=
Return Air Front / Fresh Air Back
100% Return Air Front
100% Fresh Air Back
Dynamic Air Barrier
ERS-Compatible w/RH
Connection
ERS-Compatible w/LH Connection
Digit 14 — Preheat / Reheat /
Changeover
A
B
C
D
E
F
=
=
=
=
=
=
4-Pipe Preheat (RH Clg/LH Htg)
4-Pipe Preheat (LH Clg/RH Htg)
4-Pipe Reheat (RH Clg/LH Htg)
4-Pipe Reheat (LH Clg/RH Htg)
2-Pipe (RH Connections)
2-Pipe (LH Connections)
Digit 15 — Cooling / 2-Pipe Coil
0
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
None
2-Row, 12 F.P.I.
2-Row, 16 F.P.I.
3-Row, 12 F.P.I.
3-Row, 16 F.P.I.
4-Row, 12 F.P.I.
4-Row, 14 F.P.I.
3-Row, 16 F.P.I, EarthWise™ Coil
3-Row, DX (R-410A) Cooling Coil
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0
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
K
L
M
N
P
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
None
1-Row, 12 F.P.I.
2-Row, 12 F.P.I.
2-Row, 16 F.P.I.
3-Row, 12 F.P.I.
3-Row, 16 F.P.I.
4-Row, 12 F.P.I.
4-Row, 14 F.P.I.
3-Row, 16 F.P.I, EarthWise Coil
Steam Low
Steam High
Electric Heat - Low
Electric Heat - Med
Electric Heat - High
Digit 17 — Motor
0
=
1
2
3
=
=
=
Electronically Commutated Motor
(ECM)
ECM & Low Acoustic Option
ECM & Low FLA Option
ECM & Low Acoustic & Low FLA
Option
Digit 23 — Discharge
Arrangement
0
A
B
=
=
=
C
=
Digit 24 — Outside Air Damper
Control
0
A
B
=
=
=
0
A
B
=
=
=
Digit 18 — Other Motor Items
2
=
A
B
C
3
4
5
6
7
8
=
=
=
=
=
=
Digit 19 — 2- or 3-Way Valve Cooling Changeover Coil
0
2
3
4
5
6
7
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
None
2-Way; 3-Point Floating
3-Way; 3-Point Floating
2-Way; 2–10 Volt
3-Way; 2–10 Volt
Isolation Valve; 2-Way
Isolation Valve; 3-Way
Digit 20 — CV - Cooling or
Changeover Coil
0
L
M
H
=
=
=
=
None
Low Cv
Medium Cv
High Cv
Digit 21 — 2- or 3-Way Valve Preheat or Reheat Heating Coil
0
2
3
4
5
6
7
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
None
2-Way; 3-Point Floating
3-Way; 3-Point Floating
2-Way; 2–10 Volt
3-Way; 2–10 Volt
Isolation Valve; 2-Way
Isolation Valve; 3-Way
Digit 22 — CV - Preheat or
Reheat Heating Coil
0
L
M
H
=
=
=
=
None
Low Cv
Medium Cv
High Cv
None
3-Wire Actuator
2–10 Volt Actuator
Digit 26 — Controls
=
None
Toggle
Circuit Breaker
None
3-Wire Actuator
2–10 Volt Actuator
Digit 25 — Face and Bypass
Damper Control
0
=
=
=
Opening Only, No Grille
Discharge Grille
Double Deflection Discharge
Grille
Grille Discharge with Wire Mesh
None, Unit-Mounted Speed
Switch
Customer Supplied Terminal
Interface (CSTI)
CSTI w/Low Temp Detection
Tracer ZN520
Tracer ZN520 w/Time Clock
Tracer ZN520 with w/Fan Status
Tracer UC400
Tracer UC400 w/Time Clock
Digit 27 — Unit- or Wall-Mounted
Controls
0
1
2
3
=
=
=
=
4
=
None
Unit-Mounted
Wall-Mounted
Unit-Mounted Fan Speed
Switch & Wall-Mounted
Temperature Sensor
Wireless Zone Sensor
Note: The wall-mounted room sensor is
ordered as separate line item.
Digit 28 — Internal or External
Set Point
0
2
3
=
=
=
None
External
Digital Display
Digit 29 — Timed Override
0
1
=
=
No
Yes
Digit 30 — Exhaust Control
A
=
B
=
No Exhaust Control with 3-Speed
Supply Fan
Exhaust Control with 2-Speed
Supply Fan
Digit 31 — Control Programming
(Sensor Included)
0
1
2
=
=
=
None
Humidity Sensor Programming
CO2 Sensor Programming
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Model Number Descriptions
Digit 32 — Unit Depth
A
B
C
=
=
=
D
=
E
=
F
=
G
=
H
=
J
=
Standard (16-5/8 in.)
21-1/4 in. Depth with Baffle
21-1/4 in. Depth with Full Sheet
Metal Back and Baffle
21-1/4 in. Depth with 25 in. High
Falseback
21-1/4 in. Depth with 26 in. High
Falseback
21-1/4 in. Depth with 27 in. High
Falseback
21-1/4 in. Depth with 28 in. High
Falseback
21-1/4 in. Depth with 29 in. High
Falseback
21-1/4 in. Depth without Baffle
Note: Selection “J” should be applied if
OA opening is raised above
standard baffle location.
Digit 33 — End Covers
0
1
2
=
=
=
4
5
=
=
6
=
None
16-5/8 in. Depth without Cutouts
16-5/8 in. Depth with 3 x 7-1/4 in.
Cutout
21-1/4 in. Depth without Cutouts
21-1/4 in. Depth with 3 x 7-1/4 in.
Cutout
21-1/4 in. Depth with 3-1/4 in. x
16-7/8 in. Cutout
Digit 39 — Auxiliary Drain Pan Piping
Y = Yes, Auxiliary Drain Pan
N = No Auxiliary Drain Pan
Digit 40 — Crossover Piping
0
1
2
=
=
=
3
=
None
Internal
External 1-3/8 in. Crossover
Piping
External 2-1/8 in. Crossover
Piping
Digit 41 — Filter
1
2
3
=
=
=
Standard Throwaway Filter
MERV 8 Filter
MERV 13 Filter
Digit 42 — Color
1
2
3
4
5
=
=
=
=
=
Deluxe Beige
Cameo White
Soft Dove
Stone Gray
Driftwood Gray
Digit 34 — Front Panel
1
2
=
=
Standard Front Panel
Heavy Gauge Front Panel
Digit 35 — Subbase
0
2
4
6
=
=
=
=
No Subbase
2 in. Subbase
4 in. Subbase
6 in. Subbase
Digit 36 — Piping Package
0
1
2
=
=
=
3
=
None
Ball Valves & P/T Ports
Ball Valve & Circuit-Setter with
P/T Ports
Ball Valve, Circuit-Setter with
P/T Ports & Strainer
Digit 37 — Flow Control Cooling/Changeover Coil
0
=
None
Digit 38 — Flow Controls Heating Coil
0
24
=
None
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General Data
Table 1.
General data
Unit size
Description
0750
1000
1250
69
81
93
105
Unit depth—standard (in.)
16-5/8
16-5/8
16-5/8
16-5/8
Unit depth—with false back (in.)
21-1/4
21-1/4
21-1/4
21-1/4
30
30
30
30
320
405
450
470
Unit length without end covers (in.)
Unit height—standard (in.)
Shipping weight (lb)
Nominal filter size (in.) and
14 x 20 x 1 (2)
1500
14 x 24 x 1 (1)
14 x 20 x 1 (2)
14 x 24 x 1 (2)
14 x 30 x 1 (1)
14 x 24 x 1 (1)
14 x 30 x 1 (1)
7 x 42 x 1 (1)
7 x 54 x 1 (1)
7 x 66 x 1 (1)
7 x 78 x 1 (1)
7/8 ID Hose
7/8 ID Hose
7/8 ID Hose
7/8 ID Hose
FC / 2
FC / 2
FC / 4
FC / 4
1
1
2
2
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/4
A
0.178
0.228
0.277
0.327
B
0.311
0.410
0.510
0.610
C
0.311
0.410
0.510
0.610
D
0.444
0.571
0.704
0.931
E
0.444
0.571
0.704
0.931
F
0.610
0.809
1.014
1.213
G
0.610
0.809
1.014
1.213
H
0.395
0.593
0.742
0.837
quantity
Dynamic air filter nominal
size (in.) and quantity
Drain connection size (in.)
Fan type / quantity
Motor data
Quantity
Horsepower (ea.)
Coil volume (gal) by coil type
Table 2.
Control methodology
Fan Speed
FSS
3 or infinite(a)
CSTI
3 or infinite(a)
Tracer ZN520
3
Tracer UC400
Infinite
(a) With a field-supplied 2–10 Vdc controller.
Table 3.
Control sequences
Fan Speeds
DX operation(a)
Electric heat
operation(a)
1
1
Sidewall Exhaust(b)
2
ERSA(b)
2
(a) Fan speed during sequence operation.
(b) Unit Ventilator when operating with option.
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Discharge and Inlet Arrangements
Figure 18. Discharge and inlet arrangements
Discharge Arrangement
Available in:
16 5/8" Depth
21 1/4" Depth
Digit 23 = 0, A, B, C
0 = Opening Only
A = Grille Discharge
B = Double Deflection Discharge Grille
C = Discharge Grille with Wire Mesh
Inlet Arrangement
Available in:
16 5/8" Depth
21 1/4" Depth
Digit 13 = 1
RA Front with FA Back
Available in:
21 1/4" Depth
ONLY
Digit 13 = 4
Dynamic Air Barrier
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Available in:
16 5/8" Depth
21 1/4" Depth
Digit 13 = 2
100% Return Air Front
Available in:
16 5/8" Depth
21 1/4" Depth
Digit 13 = 3
100% Fresh Air Back
Available in:
21 1/4" Depth
ONLY
Digit 13 = 5, 6
(5) RH Energy Recovery System
ERS Compatible
(6) LH Energy Recovery System
ERS Compatible
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Coil Combinations
Figure 19. Falseback and subbase
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Performance Data
Table 4.
Coil combination selection chart (cooling, 2-pipe changeover or heating-only coils)
Coil type Coil description
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
P
A
1-row, 12 fpi
2-row, 12 fpi
2-row, 16 fpi
3-row, 12 fpi
3-row, 16 fpi
4-row, 12 fpi
4-row, 16 fpi
3-row, 16 fpi (EarthWise)
3-row, DX (R-410A)
Steam, low capacity
Steam, high capacity
Electric heat – 3-element
Electric heat – 4-element
Electric heat – 6-element
B and C cooling data
available in TOPSS
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
B
Preheat or reheat coils
C
K
L
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Heating only
x
x
x
x
x
x
M
N
P
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Heating only
Heating only
Notes:
1. All coil types on the left side of the grid are available in single-coil, heating only, or 2-pipe changeover with exception of coil type A.
2. For 2-coil or 4-pipe systems, select the cooling coil on the left side of the grid. An X corresponds to a valid heating coil combination.
3. Shaded areas signify valid selections with face and bypass dampers.
Example 1:
4-pipe, chilled water / hot water
Type E, 3-row (16 fpi) cooling coil, may be selected with
Type B, 2-Row (12 fpi) preheat or reheat coil
Example 2:
4-pipe, DX cooling / steam heating
Type J, 3-row DX cooling coil, may be selected with
Type L, high-capacity steam heating coil
Notes:
28
•
Supply and return coil connections are on the same side.
•
In 4-pipe systems, the cooling coil connections are on the opposite end from the heating coil
connections.
•
DX coils are always left-hand connections.
•
Electric heat coils are always right-hand connections.
•
Heating coils (hot water or steam) are right-hand when in the reheat position with DX cooling
coils.
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Performance Data
Airflow by Coil Combination
Table 5.
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Airflow through coil combination
Coil combination 0750
1000
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
B&A
B&B
B&C
B&D
B&E
B&H
B&J
C&A
C&C
C&D
C&E
C&H
C&J
D&A
E&A
F&A
G&A
H&A
J&A
B&K
C&K
D&K
E&K
H&K
J&K
B&L
C&L
D&L
E&L
H&L
J&L
B&M
C&M
D&M
E&M
H&M
J&M
B&N
C&N
D&N
E&N
H&N
J&N
B&P
C&P
D&P
E&P
H&P
J&P
1072
1032
1011
989
934
1005
983
934
989
1052
1042
1057
1016
994
971
911
911
971
1037
971
947
885
885
947
1016
959
947
923
959
1016
1037
1016
994
935
935
994
1027
1005
983
923
923
983
1093
1075
1057
1005
1005
1057
1084
1066
1047
994
994
1047
1075
1057
1037
983
983
1037
833
788
759
748
717
684
627
717
748
825
816
738
684
650
639
808
808
669
706
818
808
779
779
808
695
662
627
779
662
707
728
695
684
650
650
699
717
684
673
639
639
692
767
744
736
714
714
736
759
736
729
707
707
729
751
729
721
699
699
721
Unit size
1250
1406
1293
1315
1253
1243
1233
1215
1243
1253
1377
1350
1178
1301
1320
1263
1253
1253
1263
1196
1339
1282
1272
1272
1282
1143
1134
1126
1320
1134
1357
1157
1174
1122
1114
1114
1335
1136
1153
1102
1094
1094
1102
1182
1195
1156
1149
1149
1156
1169
1182
1142
1135
1135
1142
1156
1169
1128
1121
1121
1128
1500
1669
1578
1515
1495
1437
1437
1524
1437
1495
1623
1600
1638
1564
1504
1484
1421
1421
1484
1583
1442
1421
1356
1356
1421
1564
1504
1504
1421
1504
1564
1602
1544
1524
1463
1463
1524
1583
1524
1504
1442
1442
1504
1362
1324
1311
1266
1266
1475
1350
1311
1296
1251
1251
1456
1338
1296
1282
1544
1544
1437
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Performance Data
Hydronic Coil Performance
Table 6.
Hydronic coil performance summary
Size
Coil
Rows
CFM
0750
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
3
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
3
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
3
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
3
833
788
759
748
717
684
627
717
1071
1035
1013
990
933
1007
984
933
1406
1293
1315
1253
1243
1233
1215
1243
1669
1578
1515
1495
1437
1437
1524
1437
1000
1250
1500
GPM
3.2
3.6
4.8
5.2
4.7
4.8
5.7
5.1
5.8
5.9
6.3
7.8
8.3
7.4
6.5
7.3
8.0
8.4
7.7
8.3
9.0
8.3
9.1
10.4
10.9
11.9
12.6
12.2
Cooling Performance
80/67°F EAT, 45–55°F
QT
QS
DP
Not
15.4
17.3
23.4
25.2
22.8
23.2
27.9
Not
24.7
28.0
28.7
30.7
38.2
40.7
36.0
Not
31.5
35.4
38.9
41.1
37.4
40.3
43.8
Not
40.5
44.2
50.8
53.4
58.3
61.6
59.7
available
12.7
13.7
16.2
16.7
15.1
15.0
17.3
available
20.1
21.7
20.7
20.7
25.8
26.7
24.2
available
24.6
26.5
27.3
27.5
27.0
28.1
29.2
available
27.6
29.0
34.4
35.0
36.6
38.1
35.8
1.6
1.9
3.4
3.9
2.2
2.3
10.3
3.7
4.8
2.9
3.3
6.7
7.5
8.8
6.0
7.4
6.2
6.7
4.0
4.6
15.0
11.2
13.3
9.1
10.0
8.8
9.8
14.5
Heating Performance
60°F EAT, 160°F EWT
GPM
QT
DP
4.0
36.9
5.4
3.0
51.6
1.4
3.3
55.6
1.6
3.5
57.4
1.9
3.4
57.2
1.8
3.5
53.5
1.4
3.8
53.5
1.6
3.4
61.5
4.1
4.0
45.6
6.4
4.2
70.8
2.5
4.5
76.0
2.9
4.7
74.6
1.9
4.6
73.9
1.8
4.7
76.2
2.5
5.1
79.4
2.9
4.7
79.7
4.0
6.0
63.2
15.5
5.5
81.0
4.4
5.8
90.3
4.9
6.0
95.1
3.8
5.8
94.8
3.6
5.8
92.0
2.3
6.4
95.6
2.8
5.8
101.8
7.0
6.0
77.7
17.4
6.4
103.9
6.9
7.1
110.3
8.4
7.1
117.4
4.6
7.0
117.2
4.5
7.2
118.5
3.6
7.7
126.9
4.1
7.2
125.1
5.7
EAT = entering air temperature (°F)
EWT = entering water temperature (°F)
CFM = tate of airflow (ft3/min)
GPM = water flow (gal/min)
QT = total capacity (MBh)
QS = sensible cooling capacity (MBh)
DP = waterside pressure drop (ft H2O)
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Performance Data
Cooling - 075 - Coil D
Table 7.
Entering
Wet Bulb
Temp
(°F)
61
VUV 075, cooling coil cell D, 3-row / 12 fpi
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp
(°F)
70
75
80
85
90
67
75
80
85
90
70
75
80
85
90
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Entering
Water
Temp
(°F)
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
2
Sensible
Total
Capacity Capacity
(MBh)
(MBh)
11.6
9.5
11.0
9.2
10.1
8.7
9.2
8.2
12.7
12.3
12.0
11.9
11.0
11.0
10.0
10.0
14.1
14.1
13.3
13.3
12.2
12.2
11.1
11.1
15.7
15.7
14.9
14.9
13.6
13.6
12.4
12.4
17.5
17.5
16.6
16.6
15.2
15.2
13.8
13.8
15.9
10.2
15.0
9.9
13.8
9.4
12.5
8.8
16.7
13.2
15.8
12.8
14.4
12.1
13.1
11.4
17.7
16.1
16.8
15.6
15.4
14.8
14.0
13.9
19.0
18.9
18.0
18.0
16.5
16.5
15.0
15.0
18.1
8.9
17.1
8.6
15.7
8.2
14.2
7.7
18.6
12.0
17.6
11.6
16.1
11.0
14.6
10.4
19.4
15.0
18.4
14.5
16.8
13.8
15.3
13.0
20.4
18.0
19.3
17.4
17.7
16.5
16.1
15.5
ΔT
(°F)
12.3
11.7
10.8
9.8
13.4
12.7
11.7
10.7
14.8
14.0
12.9
11.8
16.4
15.6
14.3
13.1
18.2
17.3
15.9
14.5
16.6
15.7
14.5
13.2
17.4
16.5
15.1
13.8
18.4
17.5
16.1
14.7
19.7
18.7
17.2
15.7
18.8
17.8
16.4
14.9
19.3
18.3
16.8
15.3
20.1
19.0
17.5
15.9
21.1
20.0
18.4
16.8
Flow Rate (gpm)
4
Total
Sensible
Total
Capacity
Capacity Capacity ΔT
(MBh)
(°F) (MBh)
(MBh)
17.3
12.0
9.0
21.3
16.4
11.7
8.5
20.1
14.9
11.1
7.8
18.2
13.4
10.4
7.0
16.2
18.9
15.6
9.8
23.3
17.8
15.1
9.3
21.9
16.2
14.3
8.5
19.8
14.6
13.5
7.7
17.7
21.0
18.9
10.8
25.8
19.8
18.3
10.2
24.3
18.0
17.3
9.3
22.0
16.2
16.2
8.5
19.6
23.4
22.0
12.0
28.8
22.1
21.3
11.4
27.1
20.1
20.1
10.4
24.5
18.1
18.1
9.4
21.9
26.1
24.9
13.4
32.1
24.6
24.1
12.7
30.2
22.4
22.4
11.5
27.3
20.2
20.2
10.4
24.4
23.7
13.0
12.2
29.1
22.3
12.5
11.5
27.4
20.3
11.9
10.5
24.8
18.3
11.2
9.5
22.1
24.8
16.8
12.8
30.6
23.4
16.2
12.1
28.7
21.3
15.4
11.0
26.0
19.2
14.5
9.9
23.2
26.4
20.5
13.6
32.5
24.9
19.8
12.8
30.6
22.7
18.8
11.7
27.7
20.4
17.8
10.6
24.7
28.3
24.1
14.5
34.9
26.8
23.3
13.7
32.8
24.3
22.1
12.5
29.7
21.9
20.9
11.3
26.5
26.9
11.3
13.8
33.1
25.4
11.0
13.0
31.2
23.1
10.4
11.9
28.2
20.8
9.8
10.8
25.2
27.7
15.2
14.2
34.0
26.1
14.7
13.4
32.0
23.8
14.0
12.2
29.0
21.4
13.2
11.0
25.9
28.9
19.1
14.8
35.5
27.2
18.5
14.0
33.4
24.8
17.5
12.7
30.2
22.3
16.5
11.5
27.0
30.4
22.9
15.6
37.5
28.7
22.1
14.7
35.2
26.1
21.0
13.4
31.9
23.5
19.8
12.1
28.4
6
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
13.5
13.0
12.3
11.6
17.5
16.9
15.9
15.0
21.2
20.4
19.3
18.2
24.7
23.8
22.5
21.1
28.0
26.9
25.4
23.9
14.5
14.0
13.2
12.5
18.8
18.2
17.1
16.1
23.0
22.2
20.9
19.7
27.0
26.0
24.6
23.1
12.7
12.3
11.6
10.9
17.1
16.5
15.6
14.6
21.4
20.7
19.5
18.3
25.7
24.7
23.4
22.0
ΔT
(°F)
7.3
6.9
6.3
5.6
8.0
7.5
6.8
6.1
8.8
8.3
7.5
6.8
9.8
9.3
8.4
7.5
10.9
10.3
9.3
8.4
9.9
9.4
8.5
7.6
10.4
9.8
8.9
8.0
11.1
10.4
9.4
8.5
11.9
11.2
10.1
9.1
11.3
10.6
9.6
8.6
11.6
10.9
9.9
8.8
12.1
11.4
10.3
9.2
12.7
12.0
10.8
9.7
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
25.7
24.0
21.5
18.9
28.0
26.2
23.4
20.6
31.1
29.1
26.0
22.8
34.7
32.4
29.0
25.5
38.7
36.1
32.3
28.4
35.1
32.8
29.3
25.8
36.8
34.4
30.7
27.0
39.2
36.6
32.7
28.8
42.0
39.3
35.1
30.9
39.9
37.3
33.3
29.3
41.0
38.3
34.2
30.1
42.8
40.0
35.7
31.4
45.1
42.2
37.7
33.1
10
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
15.2
14.5
13.6
12.7
19.7
18.8
17.6
16.4
23.8
22.8
21.3
19.8
27.7
26.5
24.8
23.1
31.4
30.1
28.1
26.2
16.3
15.6
14.6
13.6
21.2
20.3
18.9
17.6
25.8
24.7
23.1
21.5
30.4
29.1
27.1
25.3
14.3
13.7
12.8
11.9
19.2
18.4
17.2
16.0
24.1
23.0
21.5
20.0
28.8
27.6
25.8
24.0
ΔT
(°F)
5.3
4.9
4.4
3.9
5.7
5.4
4.8
4.3
6.4
5.9
5.3
4.7
7.1
6.6
5.9
5.2
7.9
7.4
6.6
5.8
7.1
6.7
6.0
5.3
7.5
7.0
6.3
5.5
8.0
7.5
6.7
5.9
8.5
8.0
7.2
6.3
8.1
7.6
6.8
6.0
8.3
7.8
7.0
6.2
8.7
8.1
7.3
6.4
9.2
8.6
7.7
6.8
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Performance Data
Cooling - 075 - Coil E
Table 8.
Entering
Wet Bulb
Temp
(°F)
61
VUV 075, cooling coil E, 3-row / 16 fpi
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp
(°F)
70
75
80
85
90
67
75
80
85
90
70
75
80
85
90
32
Entering
Water
Temp
(°F)
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
2
Sensible
Total
Capacity Capacity
(MBh)
(MBh)
12.0
9.5
11.3
9.2
10.4
8.8
9.4
8.3
13.0
12.4
12.3
12.0
11.3
11.3
10.3
10.3
14.5
14.5
13.7
13.7
12.5
12.5
11.4
11.4
16.1
16.1
15.3
15.3
14.0
14.0
12.7
12.7
18.0
18.0
17.0
17.0
15.6
15.6
14.2
14.2
16.3
10.3
15.4
9.9
14.2
9.4
12.9
8.9
17.1
13.3
16.2
12.9
14.8
12.2
13.5
11.5
18.2
16.2
17.3
15.7
15.8
14.9
14.4
14.1
19.5
19.1
18.5
18.5
17.0
17.0
15.4
15.4
18.6
9.0
17.6
8.7
16.1
8.3
14.6
7.8
19.1
12.1
18.1
11.7
16.5
11.1
15.0
10.5
19.9
15.1
18.8
14.7
17.3
13.9
15.7
13.1
21.0
18.1
19.9
17.5
18.2
16.7
16.5
15.7
ΔT
(°F)
12.6
12.0
11.1
10.1
13.7
13.0
12.0
11.0
15.1
14.4
13.2
12.1
16.8
16.0
14.7
13.4
18.7
17.7
16.3
14.9
17.0
16.1
14.8
13.5
17.8
16.9
15.5
14.2
18.9
17.9
16.5
15.0
20.2
19.2
17.6
16.1
19.2
18.3
16.8
15.3
19.8
18.7
17.2
15.7
20.6
19.5
17.9
16.4
21.7
20.6
18.9
17.2
Flow Rate (gpm)
4
Total
Sensible
Total
Capacity
Capacity Capacity ΔT
(MBh)
(MBh)
(°F)
(MBh)
17.9
12.1
9.3
22.0
16.9
11.7
8.8
20.8
15.4
11.1
8.0
18.8
13.9
10.5
7.3
16.8
19.5
15.7
10.1
24.0
18.4
15.2
9.6
22.6
16.8
14.4
8.7
20.5
15.1
13.6
7.9
18.3
21.6
19.0
11.2
26.7
20.4
18.4
10.6
25.1
18.6
17.5
9.7
22.7
16.8
16.5
8.7
20.3
24.2
22.1
12.4
29.8
22.8
21.4
11.8
28.0
20.8
20.3
10.7
25.4
18.7
18.7
9.7
22.7
26.9
25.1
13.8
33.2
25.4
24.3
13.1
31.2
23.2
23.0
11.9
28.3
20.9
20.9
10.8
25.3
24.4
13.1
12.5
30.1
23.1
12.6
11.9
28.3
21.0
12.0
10.8
25.6
18.9
11.3
9.8
22.9
25.6
16.9
13.2
31.6
24.2
16.3
12.4
29.7
22.0
15.5
11.4
26.9
19.9
14.6
10.3
24.1
27.3
20.6
14.0
33.6
25.8
19.9
13.2
31.6
23.5
18.9
12.1
28.6
21.2
17.9
10.9
25.6
29.3
24.2
15.0
36.0
27.6
23.4
14.2
33.9
25.2
22.2
12.9
30.7
22.7
21.0
11.7
27.5
27.8
11.4
14.2
34.2
26.3
11.0
13.5
32.2
23.9
10.5
12.3
29.2
21.6
9.9
11.1
26.1
28.5
15.3
14.6
35.2
27.0
14.8
13.8
33.1
24.6
14.1
12.6
30.0
22.2
13.3
11.4
26.8
29.8
19.2
15.2
36.7
28.1
18.6
14.4
34.5
25.6
17.6
13.2
31.3
23.1
16.7
11.9
28.0
31.4
23.0
16.0
38.7
29.7
22.3
15.2
36.4
27.0
21.1
13.9
33.0
24.4
20.0
12.5
29.5
6
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
13.6
13.1
12.4
11.6
17.7
17.0
16.0
15.1
21.4
20.6
19.4
18.3
24.9
24.0
22.6
21.2
28.2
27.1
25.6
24.1
14.7
14.1
13.3
12.5
19.0
18.3
17.2
16.2
23.2
22.3
21.1
19.8
27.2
26.2
24.7
23.3
12.8
12.4
11.7
11.0
17.2
16.6
15.7
14.7
21.6
20.8
19.6
18.4
25.9
24.9
23.5
22.1
ΔT
(°F)
7.6
7.1
6.5
5.8
8.2
7.8
7.1
6.3
9.1
8.6
7.8
7.0
10.1
9.6
8.7
7.8
11.3
10.6
9.7
8.7
10.3
9.7
8.8
7.9
10.7
10.1
9.2
8.2
11.4
10.8
9.8
8.8
12.2
11.5
10.5
9.4
11.6
11.0
10.0
8.9
11.9
11.3
10.2
9.2
12.5
11.7
10.7
9.6
13.1
12.4
11.2
10.1
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
26.4
24.8
22.2
19.5
28.8
27.0
24.2
21.3
32.0
29.9
26.8
23.6
35.7
33.4
29.9
26.3
39.8
37.2
33.3
29.4
36.1
33.8
30.2
26.6
37.9
35.4
31.7
27.9
40.3
37.7
33.8
29.7
43.2
40.5
36.2
31.9
41.1
38.4
34.4
30.3
42.2
39.5
35.3
31.1
44.0
41.2
36.9
32.5
46.4
43.4
38.9
34.2
10
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
15.3
14.7
13.7
12.7
19.9
19.0
17.7
16.5
24.1
23.0
21.5
19.9
28.0
26.8
25.0
23.2
31.7
30.3
28.3
26.3
16.5
15.8
14.7
13.7
21.4
20.4
19.1
17.7
26.1
24.9
23.3
21.6
30.6
29.3
27.3
25.4
14.4
13.8
12.9
12.0
19.4
18.6
17.3
16.1
24.3
23.2
21.7
20.1
29.1
27.8
26.0
24.1
ΔT
(°F)
5.4
5.1
4.6
4.0
5.9
5.5
5.0
4.4
6.5
6.1
5.5
4.9
7.3
6.8
6.1
5.4
8.1
7.6
6.8
6.0
7.4
6.9
6.2
5.5
7.7
7.2
6.5
5.7
8.2
7.7
6.9
6.1
8.8
8.2
7.4
6.5
8.4
7.8
7.0
6.2
8.6
8.0
7.2
6.4
8.9
8.4
7.5
6.6
9.4
8.8
7.9
7.0
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Performance Data
Cooling - 075 - Coil F
Table 9.
Entering
Wet Bulb
Temp
(°F)
61
VUV 075, cooling coil F, 4-row / 12 fpi
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp
(°F)
70
75
80
85
90
67
75
80
85
90
70
75
80
85
90
UV-PRC003-EN
Entering
Water
Temp
(°F)
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
2
Sensible
Total
Capacity Capacity
(MBh)
(MBh)
11.9
9.1
11.2
8.8
10.2
8.4
9.2
7.9
13.0
11.8
12.3
11.4
11.2
10.8
10.1
10.1
14.4
14.3
13.6
13.6
12.4
12.4
11.2
11.2
16.0
16.0
15.2
15.2
13.8
13.8
12.5
12.5
17.9
17.9
16.9
16.9
15.4
15.4
13.9
13.9
16.2
9.8
15.3
9.5
14.0
9.0
12.6
8.5
17.0
12.7
16.1
12.3
14.7
11.7
13.2
11.0
18.1
15.5
17.1
15.0
15.6
14.2
14.1
13.4
19.4
18.2
18.4
17.6
16.7
16.7
15.1
15.1
18.5
8.6
17.4
8.3
15.9
7.9
14.3
7.4
19.0
11.5
17.9
11.2
16.3
10.6
14.7
10.0
19.8
14.4
18.7
14.0
17.0
13.3
15.4
12.5
20.9
17.3
19.7
16.7
18.0
15.9
16.2
14.9
ΔT
(°F)
12.6
11.9
10.9
9.9
13.6
12.9
11.9
10.8
15.1
14.3
13.1
11.9
16.7
15.8
14.5
13.1
18.6
17.6
16.1
14.6
16.9
16.0
14.7
13.3
17.7
16.8
15.3
13.9
18.8
17.8
16.3
14.8
20.1
19.1
17.4
15.8
19.1
18.1
16.6
15.0
19.6
18.6
17.0
15.4
20.5
19.4
17.7
16.1
21.5
20.4
18.7
16.9
Flow Rate (gpm)
4
Total
Sensible
Total
Capacity
Capacity Capacity ΔT
(MBh)
(MBh)
(°F)
(MBh)
17.1
11.4
8.9
20.9
16.1
11.0
8.4
19.6
14.7
10.4
7.7
17.8
13.2
9.8
6.9
15.9
18.7
14.7
9.7
22.8
17.6
14.2
9.1
21.4
16.0
13.5
8.3
19.4
14.4
12.7
7.5
17.3
20.7
17.8
10.7
25.2
19.5
17.2
10.1
23.8
17.7
16.3
9.2
21.5
15.9
15.3
8.3
19.2
23.1
20.7
11.9
28.2
21.8
20.0
11.2
26.5
19.8
18.9
10.2
24.0
17.8
17.8
9.2
21.4
25.7
23.5
13.2
31.4
24.3
22.7
12.5
29.6
22.1
21.5
11.4
26.7
19.8
19.8
10.2
23.9
23.3
12.2
12.0
28.5
22.0
11.8
11.4
26.8
20.0
11.2
10.3
24.2
18.0
10.5
9.3
21.6
24.5
15.8
12.6
29.9
23.1
15.3
11.9
28.1
21.0
14.5
10.8
25.4
18.8
13.6
9.8
22.7
26.1
19.3
13.4
31.8
24.6
18.7
12.6
29.9
22.4
17.7
11.5
27.1
20.1
16.6
10.4
24.2
28.0
22.7
14.3
34.1
26.4
21.9
13.5
32.1
24.0
20.7
12.3
29.1
21.5
19.5
11.1
25.9
26.6
10.7
13.6
32.4
25.1
10.3
12.9
30.5
22.8
9.8
11.7
27.6
20.4
9.2
10.6
24.6
27.3
14.4
14.0
33.3
25.7
13.9
13.2
31.3
23.4
13.1
12.0
28.3
21.0
12.4
10.8
25.3
28.5
18.0
14.6
34.7
26.9
17.4
13.8
32.7
24.4
16.5
12.6
29.6
21.9
15.5
11.3
26.4
30.0
21.6
15.4
36.6
28.3
20.8
14.5
34.5
25.7
19.7
13.2
31.2
23.1
18.6
11.9
27.8
6
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
12.7
12.3
11.5
10.8
16.5
15.9
14.9
14.0
20.0
19.2
18.1
17.0
23.2
22.4
21.0
19.7
26.3
25.3
23.8
22.3
13.7
13.2
12.4
11.6
17.7
17.1
16.1
15.1
21.7
20.8
19.6
18.4
25.4
24.5
23.0
21.6
12.0
11.5
10.9
10.2
16.1
15.5
14.6
13.7
20.2
19.4
18.3
17.1
24.2
23.3
21.9
20.5
ΔT
(°F)
7.2
6.8
6.2
5.5
7.8
7.4
6.7
6.0
8.6
8.1
7.4
6.6
9.6
9.1
8.2
7.4
10.7
10.1
9.1
8.2
9.7
9.2
8.3
7.4
10.2
9.6
8.7
7.8
10.8
10.2
9.3
8.3
11.6
10.9
9.9
8.9
11.0
10.4
9.4
8.4
11.3
10.7
9.7
8.7
11.8
11.1
10.1
9.0
12.4
11.7
10.6
9.5
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
25.1
23.5
21.1
18.6
27.4
25.7
23.0
20.3
30.4
28.5
25.5
22.5
33.9
31.8
28.5
25.1
37.8
35.4
31.8
28.0
34.3
32.1
28.8
25.4
35.9
33.7
30.2
26.7
38.3
35.9
32.2
28.4
41.0
38.5
34.5
30.4
39.0
36.5
32.8
28.9
40.0
37.5
33.7
29.7
41.8
39.2
35.1
31.0
44.1
41.3
37.0
32.7
10
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
14.3
13.7
12.8
11.8
18.6
17.8
16.5
15.3
22.5
21.5
20.0
18.6
26.2
25.0
23.3
21.6
29.7
28.3
26.4
24.5
15.4
14.8
13.7
12.7
20.0
19.1
17.8
16.5
24.4
23.3
21.7
20.1
28.7
27.4
25.5
23.7
13.5
12.9
12.0
11.2
18.2
17.3
16.2
15.0
22.7
21.7
20.2
18.8
27.2
26.0
24.2
22.5
ΔT
(°F)
5.2
4.8
4.4
3.9
5.6
5.3
4.7
4.2
6.2
5.8
5.2
4.6
6.9
6.5
5.8
5.2
7.7
7.2
6.5
5.7
7.0
6.6
5.9
5.2
7.3
6.9
6.2
5.5
7.8
7.3
6.6
5.8
8.3
7.8
7.0
6.2
7.9
7.4
6.7
5.9
8.1
7.6
6.9
6.1
8.5
8.0
7.2
6.3
8.9
8.4
7.5
6.7
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Performance Data
Cooling - 075 - Coil G
Table 10. VUV 075, coil G, 4-row / 16 fpi
Entering
Wet Bulb
Temp
(°F)
61
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp
(°F)
70
75
80
85
90
67
75
80
85
90
70
75
80
85
90
34
Entering
Water
Temp
(°F)
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
2
Sensible
Total
Capacity Capacity
(MBh)
(MBh)
12.0
9.0
11.4
8.7
10.4
8.2
9.3
7.7
13.1
11.6
12.4
11.2
11.3
10.7
10.2
10.0
14.6
14.1
13.7
13.6
12.5
12.5
11.3
11.3
16.2
16.2
15.3
15.3
14.0
14.0
12.6
12.6
18.1
18.1
17.1
17.1
15.6
15.6
14.0
14.0
16.4
9.6
15.5
9.3
14.1
8.9
12.7
8.3
17.2
12.5
16.3
12.1
14.8
11.5
13.3
10.8
18.3
15.2
17.3
14.8
15.8
14.0
14.2
13.2
19.7
17.9
18.6
17.3
16.9
16.4
15.2
15.2
18.7
8.4
17.6
8.2
16.1
7.7
14.5
7.3
19.2
11.3
18.1
11.0
16.5
10.4
14.9
9.8
20.0
14.2
18.9
13.7
17.2
13.0
15.5
12.3
21.1
17.0
19.9
16.5
18.2
15.6
16.4
14.7
ΔT
(°F)
12.7
12.0
11.0
10.0
13.8
13.1
12.0
10.9
15.2
14.4
13.2
12.0
16.9
16.0
14.7
13.3
18.8
17.8
16.3
14.7
17.1
16.2
14.8
13.4
17.9
17.0
15.5
14.0
19.0
18.0
16.5
14.9
20.4
19.3
17.6
15.9
19.4
18.3
16.8
15.2
19.9
18.8
17.2
15.6
20.7
19.6
17.9
16.2
21.8
20.6
18.9
17.0
Flow Rate (gpm)
4
Total
Sensible
Total
Capacity
Capacity Capacity ΔT
(MBh)
(MBh)
(°F)
(MBh)
17.3
11.2
9.0
21.0
16.3
10.8
8.5
19.8
14.8
10.2
7.8
17.9
13.3
9.6
7.0
16.0
18.9
14.5
9.8
22.9
17.8
14.0
9.2
21.6
16.2
13.2
8.4
19.6
14.5
12.4
7.6
17.5
20.9
17.6
10.8
25.4
19.8
17.0
10.2
24.0
18.0
16.0
9.3
21.7
16.1
15.1
8.4
19.4
23.4
20.5
12.0
28.4
22.0
19.7
11.4
26.7
20.0
18.6
10.4
24.2
18.0
17.5
9.3
21.6
26.0
23.2
13.4
31.6
24.6
22.4
12.6
29.8
22.3
21.1
11.5
27.0
20.1
19.9
10.4
24.1
23.6
12.1
12.1
28.7
22.3
11.6
11.5
27.0
20.3
11.0
10.5
24.5
18.2
10.3
9.4
21.8
24.8
15.6
12.7
30.1
23.4
15.1
12.0
28.4
21.3
14.2
11.0
25.7
19.1
13.4
9.9
22.9
26.4
19.1
13.5
32.1
24.9
18.4
12.8
30.2
22.6
17.4
11.7
27.3
20.3
16.3
10.5
24.4
28.3
22.4
14.5
34.4
26.7
21.6
13.7
32.4
24.3
20.4
12.5
29.3
21.8
19.2
11.2
26.2
26.9
10.6
13.8
32.7
25.4
10.2
13.0
30.8
23.1
9.6
11.9
27.9
20.7
9.0
10.7
24.9
27.6
14.2
14.1
33.5
26.0
13.7
13.4
31.6
23.7
12.9
12.2
28.6
21.3
12.1
11.0
25.5
28.8
17.8
14.7
35.0
27.2
17.1
13.9
33.0
24.7
16.2
12.7
29.9
22.2
15.2
11.4
26.7
30.4
21.3
15.5
36.9
28.7
20.5
14.7
34.8
26.1
19.4
13.4
31.5
23.4
18.2
12.0
28.1
6
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
12.6
12.1
11.3
10.6
16.3
15.7
14.7
13.8
19.7
19.0
17.8
16.7
22.9
22.0
20.7
19.4
26.0
25.0
23.5
21.9
13.5
13.0
12.2
11.4
17.5
16.8
15.8
14.8
21.4
20.5
19.3
18.0
25.1
24.1
22.7
21.2
11.8
11.4
10.7
10.0
15.9
15.3
14.4
13.4
19.9
19.1
18.0
16.8
23.9
22.9
21.5
20.1
ΔT
(°F)
7.2
6.8
6.2
5.6
7.9
7.4
6.7
6.0
8.7
8.2
7.5
6.7
9.7
9.1
8.3
7.4
10.8
10.2
9.2
8.3
9.8
9.2
8.4
7.5
10.3
9.7
8.8
7.9
10.9
10.3
9.3
8.4
11.7
11.0
10.0
9.0
11.1
10.5
9.5
8.5
11.4
10.8
9.8
8.7
11.9
11.2
10.2
9.1
12.5
11.8
10.7
9.6
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
25.1
23.5
21.1
18.6
27.3
25.6
23.0
20.3
30.3
28.4
25.5
22.5
33.8
31.7
28.5
25.2
37.7
35.4
31.8
28.0
34.2
32.1
28.8
25.4
35.9
33.7
30.2
26.7
38.2
35.8
32.2
28.4
41.0
38.4
34.5
30.5
38.9
36.5
32.8
28.9
40.0
37.5
33.7
29.7
41.7
39.1
35.1
31.0
44.0
41.3
37.0
32.7
10
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
14.1
13.5
12.6
11.6
18.3
17.5
16.3
15.0
22.2
21.2
19.7
18.2
25.8
24.6
22.9
21.2
29.2
27.9
26.0
24.0
15.2
14.5
13.5
12.5
19.7
18.8
17.5
16.2
24.1
23.0
21.3
19.7
28.3
27.0
25.1
23.2
13.3
12.7
11.8
10.9
17.9
17.1
15.9
14.7
22.4
21.4
19.9
18.4
26.8
25.6
23.8
22.0
ΔT
(°F)
5.2
4.8
4.4
3.9
5.6
5.3
4.7
4.2
6.2
5.8
5.2
4.6
6.9
6.5
5.8
5.2
7.7
7.2
6.5
5.7
7.0
6.6
5.9
5.2
7.3
6.9
6.2
5.5
7.8
7.3
6.6
5.8
8.3
7.8
7.0
6.2
7.9
7.4
6.7
5.9
8.1
7.6
6.9
6.1
8.5
8.0
7.2
6.3
8.9
8.4
7.5
6.7
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Performance Data
Cooling - 075 - Coil H
Table 11. VUV 075, cooling coil H, 3-row / 16 fpi
Entering
Wet Bulb
Temp
(°F)
61
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp
(°F)
70
75
80
85
90
67
75
80
85
90
70
75
80
85
90
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Entering
Water
Temp
(°F)
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
2
Sensible
Total
Capacity Capacity
(MBh)
(MBh)
13.8
10.5
13.2
10.3
12.1
9.9
11.0
9.5
15.0
13.6
14.3
13.3
13.2
12.8
12.0
12.0
16.7
16.4
15.9
15.9
14.7
14.7
13.3
13.3
18.6
18.6
17.8
17.8
16.4
16.4
14.9
14.9
20.8
20.8
19.8
19.8
18.3
18.3
16.6
16.6
18.8
11.3
17.9
11.0
16.5
10.7
15.0
10.2
19.8
14.6
18.8
14.3
17.4
13.8
15.8
13.3
21.0
17.8
20.0
17.4
18.5
16.8
16.8
16.2
22.6
20.9
21.5
20.5
19.8
19.8
18.0
18.0
21.4
9.9
20.4
9.7
18.8
9.3
17.1
9.0
22.0
13.3
21.0
13.0
19.3
12.5
17.6
12.0
23.0
16.6
21.9
16.3
20.2
15.7
18.4
15.1
24.2
19.9
23.1
19.5
21.3
18.8
19.4
18.1
ΔT
(°F)
14.5
13.8
12.8
11.7
15.7
15.0
13.9
12.7
17.4
16.6
15.4
14.0
19.3
18.4
17.1
15.6
21.4
20.5
18.9
17.3
19.5
18.6
17.2
15.7
20.4
19.5
18.0
16.5
21.7
20.7
19.2
17.5
23.2
22.2
20.5
18.7
22.1
21.1
19.5
17.8
22.7
21.7
20.0
18.3
23.7
22.6
20.9
19.0
24.9
23.8
22.0
20.0
Flow Rate (gpm)
4
Total
Sensible
Total
Capacity
Capacity Capacity ΔT
(MBh)
(MBh)
(°F)
(MBh)
20.1
12.7
10.4
23.2
19.0
12.3
9.8
21.8
17.2
11.7
8.9
19.8
15.4
11.1
8.0
17.6
21.9
16.5
11.3
25.3
20.7
15.9
10.7
23.8
18.8
15.1
9.7
21.5
16.8
14.3
8.7
19.2
24.3
19.9
12.5
28.1
22.9
19.3
11.8
26.4
20.8
18.3
10.8
23.9
18.6
17.4
9.6
21.3
27.1
23.2
13.9
31.3
25.6
22.4
13.1
29.5
23.2
21.3
12.0
26.7
20.8
20.2
10.7
23.7
30.3
26.3
15.5
34.9
28.5
25.4
14.6
32.9
25.9
24.1
13.3
29.7
23.2
22.9
11.9
26.5
27.4
13.7
14.1
31.7
25.9
13.2
13.3
29.8
23.5
12.6
12.1
27.0
21.0
11.9
10.8
24.0
28.8
17.7
14.7
33.2
27.2
17.1
13.9
31.3
24.6
16.2
12.7
28.3
22.0
15.4
11.4
25.2
30.6
21.6
15.7
35.4
28.9
20.9
14.8
33.3
26.2
19.8
13.5
30.1
23.5
18.8
12.1
26.8
32.9
25.4
16.8
38.0
31.0
24.6
15.9
35.7
28.2
23.3
14.4
32.3
25.2
22.1
12.9
28.8
31.2
12.0
16.0
36.0
29.5
11.6
15.1
33.9
26.7
11.0
13.7
30.7
23.9
10.4
12.3
27.3
32.1
16.1
16.4
37.0
30.3
15.6
15.5
34.8
27.5
14.8
14.1
31.5
24.6
14.0
12.6
28.1
33.5
20.1
17.1
38.6
31.6
19.5
16.1
36.4
28.7
18.5
14.7
32.9
25.6
17.5
13.2
29.3
35.3
24.1
18.0
40.7
33.3
23.3
17.0
38.3
30.2
22.1
15.4
34.7
27.0
21.0
13.8
30.9
6
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
13.8
13.3
12.5
11.8
17.9
17.2
16.2
15.2
21.7
20.8
19.6
18.5
25.2
24.2
22.8
21.5
28.6
27.5
25.8
24.3
14.9
14.3
13.5
12.7
19.2
18.5
17.4
16.4
23.5
22.6
21.3
20.0
27.6
26.5
25.0
23.5
13.0
12.5
11.8
11.1
17.5
16.8
15.8
14.9
21.9
21.0
19.8
18.6
26.2
25.2
23.7
22.3
ΔT
(°F)
8.0
7.5
6.8
6.1
8.7
8.2
7.4
6.6
9.6
9.0
8.2
7.3
10.7
10.1
9.1
8.1
11.9
11.2
10.1
9.1
10.8
10.2
9.2
8.2
11.3
10.7
9.7
8.6
12.0
11.3
10.3
9.2
12.9
12.1
11.0
9.8
12.2
11.5
10.5
9.3
12.6
11.8
10.7
9.6
13.1
12.4
11.2
10.0
13.8
13.0
11.8
10.5
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
26.1
24.6
22.2
19.7
28.5
26.8
24.2
21.5
31.6
29.7
26.8
23.8
35.3
33.1
29.9
26.6
39.3
37.0
33.3
29.6
35.6
33.5
30.2
26.9
37.4
35.2
31.7
28.2
39.8
37.4
33.8
30.0
42.7
40.2
36.2
32.2
40.6
38.1
34.4
30.6
41.7
39.2
35.3
31.4
43.5
40.9
36.9
32.8
45.8
43.1
38.9
34.5
10
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
14.9
14.2
13.3
12.4
19.2
18.4
17.2
16.1
23.3
22.3
20.9
19.5
27.1
25.9
24.3
22.7
30.7
29.4
27.5
25.7
16.0
15.3
14.3
13.4
20.7
19.8
18.5
17.3
25.3
24.2
22.6
21.1
29.7
28.4
26.6
24.8
14.0
13.4
12.5
11.7
18.8
18.0
16.8
15.7
23.5
22.5
21.1
19.7
28.2
27.0
25.2
23.6
ΔT
(°F)
5.4
5.0
4.6
4.1
5.8
5.5
5.0
4.4
6.5
6.1
5.5
4.9
7.2
6.8
6.1
5.5
8.0
7.5
6.8
6.1
7.3
6.8
6.2
5.5
7.6
7.2
6.5
5.8
8.1
7.6
6.9
6.1
8.7
8.2
7.4
6.6
8.3
7.8
7.0
6.3
8.5
8.0
7.2
6.4
8.8
8.3
7.5
6.7
9.3
8.8
7.9
7.0
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Performance Data
Cooling - 075 - Coil (DX)
Table 12. VUV 075, cooling coil J (DX)
Size
750
EWB
61
64
67
70
73
Suct
Temp
40
45
50
40
45
50
40
45
50
40
45
50
40
45
50
TC
22.8
19.1
15.4
27.1
22.7
18.3
32.1
26.9
21.7
EDB = 70°F
SC
LDB
15.0
51.4
13.7
53.0
12.3
54.8
13.0
53.9
11.8
55.4
10.6
56.9
10.4
57.1
9.4
58.4
8.5
59.5
LWB
50.0
52.0
53.8
51.6
53.9
56.0
53.1
55.7
58.1
TC
25.0
20.9
16.9
28.6
23.9
19.3
33.1
27.8
22.4
38.4
32.2
26.0
EDB = 75°F
SC
LDB
19.9
50.4
18.1
52.6
16.2
54.9
18.3
52.3
16.6
54.5
14.9
56.6
16.0
55.2
14.5
57.1
13.1
58.8
13.2
58.7
12.0
60.1
10.8
61.6
LWB
48.8
51.0
53.1
50.8
53.2
55.5
52.5
55.1
57.7
54.1
57.0
59.8
TC
27.7
23.2
18.7
30.4
25.5
20.6
34.3
28.8
23.2
39.2
32.9
26.5
44.8
37.6
30.3
EDB = 80°F
SC
LDB
24.3
49.9
22.1
52.6
18.7
56.9
23.2
51.3
21.1
53.9
19.0
56.5
21.3
53.6
19.3
56.1
17.4
58.5
18.7
56.9
17.0
59.0
15.3
61.1
15.6
60.7
14.2
62.4
12.8
64.2
LWB
47.2
49.7
52.1
49.8
52.3
54.8
51.8
54.6
57.2
53.6
56.6
59.5
55.3
58.6
61.8
TC
30.9
25.9
20.9
32.7
27.4
22.1
35.9
30.1
24.3
40.3
33.7
27.2
45.6
38.2
30.8
EDB = 85°F
SC
LDB
28.5
49.7
25.9
52.9
20.9
59.1
27.9
50.5
25.3
53.7
22.1
57.6
26.3
52.4
23.9
55.4
21.5
58.4
24.0
55.3
21.9
57.9
19.7
60.6
21.1
58.9
19.2
61.2
17.3
63.6
LWB
45.4
48.2
50.9
48.5
51.3
54.0
50.9
53.9
56.7
53.0
56.2
59.2
54.8
58.3
61.5
EDB = Entering Air Temperature, Dry Bulb (°F)
EWB = Entering Air Temperature, Wet Bulb (°F)
TC = Total Capacity (MBh)
SC = Sensible Capacity (MBh)
LDB = Leaving Air Temperature, Dry Bulb (°F)
LWB = Leaving Air Temperature, Wet Bulb (°F)
Table 13. Airflow correction (% of design airflow)
%
120
110
100
90
80
Total Capacity
(MBh)
1.025
1.012
1.000
0.987
0.974
Sensible Capacity
(MBh)
1.105
1.051
0.998
0.945
0.892
Table 14. Airflow through coil J
Unit Model
Rated cfm
36
0750
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Performance Data
Heating - 075 - Coil A, B, C
Table 15. VUV 075, hydronic heating coils A (1-row / 12 fpi), B (2-row / 12 fpi), C (2-row / 16 fpi)
Coil
A
Entering
Air Temp,
Dry Bulb
(°F)
50
55
60
65
70
B
50
55
60
65
70
C
50
55
60
65
70
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Entering
Water
Temp (°F)
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
19.7
27.5
35.5
43.5
18.6
26.0
33.5
41.2
17.5
24.6
31.6
38.8
16.5
23.1
29.7
36.5
15.4
21.6
27.8
34.2
27.3
38.4
49.7
61.2
25.9
36.3
47.0
57.9
24.4
34.3
44.4
54.6
22.9
32.2
41.7
51.4
21.5
30.1
39.0
48.1
28.3
39.9
51.7
63.6
26.8
37.7
48.9
60.2
25.3
35.6
46.1
56.8
23.8
33.5
43.3
53.4
22.2
31.3
40.6
50.0
2
Waterside
Temp Drop
(°F)
19.0
26.8
34.8
42.8
17.9
25.3
32.8
40.5
16.8
23.9
30.9
38.1
15.8
22.4
29.0
35.8
14.7
20.9
27.1
33.5
26.6
37.7
49.0
60.5
25.2
35.6
46.3
57.2
23.7
33.6
43.7
53.9
22.2
31.5
41.0
50.7
20.8
29.4
38.3
47.4
27.6
39.2
51.0
62.9
26.1
37.0
48.2
59.5
24.6
34.9
45.4
56.1
23.1
32.8
42.6
52.7
21.5
30.6
39.9
49.3
Flow Rate (gpm)
4
Waterside
Total
Temp Drop
Capacity
(°F)
(MBh)
22.9
11.1
32.1
15.7
41.4
20.4
50.8
25.1
21.7
10.5
30.4
14.9
39.2
19.3
48.0
23.7
20.4
9.9
28.7
14.0
36.9
18.1
45.3
22.3
19.2
9.3
26.9
13.1
34.7
17.0
42.6
21.0
18.0
8.7
25.2
12.3
32.5
15.9
39.8
19.6
34.4
16.9
48.5
23.9
62.7
31.0
77.0
38.2
32.5
15.9
45.9
22.6
59.3
29.3
72.8
36.1
30.7
15.0
43.3
21.3
55.9
27.6
68.7
34.0
28.9
14.1
40.7
20.0
52.6
26.0
64.6
32.0
27.0
13.2
38.1
18.7
49.2
24.3
60.4
29.9
36.1
17.7
50.9
25.1
65.7
32.5
80.7
40.0
34.2
16.8
48.1
23.7
62.2
30.8
76.3
37.8
32.2
15.8
45.4
22.4
58.7
29.0
72.0
35.7
30.3
14.8
42.7
21.0
55.1
27.2
67.7
33.5
28.3
13.8
39.9
19.6
51.6
25.5
63.4
31.4
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
24.3
34.1
43.9
53.7
23.0
32.2
41.5
50.8
21.7
30.4
39.2
47.9
20.4
28.6
36.8
45.1
19.1
26.7
34.4
42.2
37.6
52.9
68.2
83.7
35.5
50.0
64.6
79.2
33.5
47.2
60.9
74.7
31.5
44.4
57.3
70.2
29.5
41.5
53.6
65.7
39.5
55.5
71.6
87.8
37.3
52.5
67.8
83.1
35.2
49.5
63.9
78.4
33.1
46.6
60.1
73.7
31.0
43.6
56.2
68.9
6
Waterside
Temp Drop
(°F)
7.9
11.1
14.4
17.7
7.4
10.5
13.6
16.7
7.0
9.9
12.8
15.7
6.6
9.3
12.0
14.8
6.1
8.7
11.2
13.8
12.3
17.4
22.5
27.7
11.6
16.4
21.3
26.2
10.9
15.5
20.1
24.7
10.3
14.6
18.9
23.2
9.6
13.6
17.6
21.7
12.9
18.3
23.6
29.0
12.2
17.3
22.4
27.5
11.5
16.3
21.1
25.9
10.8
15.3
19.8
24.3
10.1
14.3
18.5
22.7
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Performance Data
Heating - 075 - Coil K, L
Table 16. VUV 075, steam heating coil K (low-capacity), L (high-capacity)
Size
750
Coil
K
L
Entering
Air Temp,
Dry Bulb
(°F)
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
68.7
65.7
62.7
59.7
56.6
53.6
50.6
47.5
81.2
77.6
74.0
70.4
66.9
63.3
59.7
56.2
5
Airside
Temp Rise
(°F)
84.8
81.1
77.4
73.6
69.9
66.2
62.4
58.7
100.2
95.8
91.4
87.0
82.6
78.2
73.7
69.4
Steam Pressure (psig)
10
Airside
Total
Temp Rise
Capacity
(°F)
(MBh)
72.3
89.2
69.3
85.5
66.2
81.8
63.2
78.0
60.2
74.3
57.1
70.6
54.1
66.8
51.1
63.1
85.4
105.4
81.8
101.0
78.2
96.6
74.7
92.2
71.1
87.8
67.5
83.4
63.9
78.9
60.4
74.6
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
75.3
72.3
69.3
66.3
63.2
60.2
57.2
54.2
89.0
85.4
81.8
78.3
74.7
71.1
67.5
64.0
15
Airside
Temp Rise
(°F)
93.0
89.2
85.5
81.8
78.1
74.3
70.6
66.9
109.9
105.4
101.0
96.6
92.2
87.8
83.4
79.0
psig = Steam Pressure (lb/in.2 gage)
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Performance Data
Heating - 100 - Coil E
Table 17. VUV 100, cooling coil E, 3-row / 16 fpi
Entering
Wet Bulb
Temp
(°F)
61
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp
(°F)
70
75
80
85
90
67
75
80
85
90
70
75
80
85
90
UV-PRC003-EN
Entering
Water
Temp
(°F)
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
2
Sensible
Total
Capacity Capacity
(MBh)
(MBh)
12.6
11.3
12.0
11.0
11.0
10.4
9.9
9.7
13.7
13.7
13.1
13.1
12.0
12.0
10.9
10.9
15.2
15.2
14.5
14.5
13.4
13.4
12.0
12.0
17.0
17.0
16.2
16.2
14.9
14.9
13.4
13.4
19.0
19.0
18.1
18.1
16.6
16.6
15.0
15.0
17.2
12.2
16.4
11.8
15.1
11.2
13.6
10.5
18.0
15.8
17.2
15.3
15.8
14.5
14.2
13.6
19.2
19.2
18.3
18.3
16.8
16.8
15.2
15.2
20.6
20.6
19.6
19.6
18.1
18.1
16.3
16.3
19.6
10.7
18.7
10.4
17.1
9.8
15.4
9.2
20.1
14.3
19.2
13.9
17.6
13.2
15.9
12.3
21.0
17.9
20.0
17.4
18.4
16.5
16.6
15.4
22.1
21.5
21.1
20.9
19.4
19.4
17.5
17.5
ΔT
(°F)
13.5
12.9
11.9
10.9
14.7
14.0
12.9
11.8
16.2
15.4
14.3
12.9
17.9
17.1
15.8
14.3
19.9
19.0
17.5
15.9
18.1
17.3
16.0
14.5
18.9
18.1
16.7
15.1
20.1
19.2
17.7
16.1
21.5
20.5
19.0
17.2
20.5
19.6
18.0
16.4
21.0
20.1
18.5
16.8
21.9
20.9
19.3
17.5
23.0
22.0
20.3
18.4
Flow Rate (gpm)
4
Total
Sensible
Total
Capacity
Capacity Capacity ΔT
(MBh)
(°F) (MBh)
(MBh)
18.6
14.3
9.7
23.2
17.7
13.9
9.3
22.0
16.2
13.4
8.6
20.2
14.7
12.7
7.8
18.3
20.3
18.5
10.6
25.3
19.3
18.1
10.1
24.0
17.7
17.3
9.3
22.0
16.1
16.1
8.5
19.9
22.5
22.4
11.7
28.1
21.4
21.4
11.1
26.7
19.7
19.7
10.3
24.4
17.8
17.8
9.4
22.1
25.1
25.1
13.0
31.4
23.9
23.9
12.4
29.8
21.9
21.9
11.4
27.3
19.9
19.9
10.4
24.7
28.0
28.0
14.4
35.0
26.6
26.6
13.8
33.2
24.4
24.4
12.7
30.4
22.2
22.2
11.5
27.5
25.4
15.4
13.1
31.7
24.1
15.0
12.5
30.1
22.2
14.4
11.5
27.6
20.1
13.7
10.5
24.9
26.6
19.9
13.8
33.3
25.3
19.4
13.1
31.5
23.3
18.6
12.1
28.9
21.1
17.7
11.0
26.2
28.3
24.3
14.6
35.4
26.9
23.7
13.9
33.6
24.8
22.7
12.8
30.8
22.4
21.6
11.7
27.9
30.4
28.6
15.7
38.0
28.9
27.9
14.9
36.0
26.6
26.6
13.7
33.0
24.1
24.1
12.5
29.9
28.9
13.5
14.9
36.1
27.5
13.1
14.2
34.2
25.2
12.6
13.1
31.4
22.9
12.0
11.9
28.4
29.7
18.1
15.3
37.1
28.2
17.6
14.6
35.2
25.9
16.9
13.4
32.2
23.5
16.1
12.2
29.2
31.0
22.7
15.9
38.7
29.4
22.1
15.2
36.7
27.0
21.2
14.0
33.6
24.5
20.1
12.7
30.4
32.6
27.1
16.8
40.8
31.0
26.5
16.0
38.7
28.5
25.4
14.7
35.4
25.8
24.1
13.4
32.1
6
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
16.1
15.6
14.9
14.2
20.8
20.2
19.3
18.4
25.2
24.5
23.4
22.1
29.3
28.5
27.2
24.7
33.2
32.3
30.4
27.5
17.3
16.8
16.1
15.3
22.4
21.8
20.8
19.8
27.3
26.6
25.4
24.1
32.1
31.2
29.8
28.4
15.1
14.7
14.1
13.4
20.3
19.8
18.9
18.0
25.5
24.8
23.7
22.5
30.5
29.6
28.3
26.9
ΔT
(°F)
8.0
7.6
7.0
6.4
8.7
8.3
7.6
6.9
9.7
9.2
8.4
7.7
10.8
10.2
9.4
8.5
12.0
11.4
10.4
9.5
10.9
10.3
9.5
8.6
11.4
10.8
9.9
9.0
12.1
11.5
10.6
9.6
13.0
12.3
11.3
10.3
12.3
11.7
10.8
9.8
12.7
12.0
11.0
10.0
13.2
12.5
11.5
10.4
13.9
13.2
12.1
11.0
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
29.2
27.6
25.1
22.5
31.9
30.1
27.4
24.6
35.4
33.4
30.4
27.3
39.5
37.3
33.9
30.4
44.0
41.5
37.8
33.9
39.9
37.7
34.2
30.8
41.9
39.5
35.9
32.3
44.6
42.1
38.2
34.4
47.8
45.1
41.0
36.9
45.4
42.9
39.0
35.0
46.6
44.0
40.0
36.0
48.7
45.9
41.8
37.5
51.3
48.4
44.0
39.6
10
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
18.1
17.5
16.6
15.6
23.5
22.7
21.5
20.3
28.5
27.5
26.0
24.5
33.1
31.9
30.2
28.5
37.5
36.2
34.3
32.3
19.5
18.8
17.8
16.8
25.3
24.4
23.1
21.8
30.8
29.8
28.2
26.6
36.3
35.0
33.1
31.2
17.1
16.5
15.6
14.7
23.0
22.1
21.0
19.8
28.7
27.7
26.3
24.8
34.4
33.2
31.4
29.7
ΔT
(°F)
6.0
5.7
5.2
4.7
6.6
6.2
5.7
5.1
7.3
6.9
6.3
5.6
8.1
7.6
7.0
6.3
9.0
8.5
7.7
7.0
8.2
7.7
7.0
6.3
8.6
8.1
7.4
6.6
9.1
8.6
7.8
7.1
9.7
9.2
8.4
7.6
9.3
8.8
8.0
7.2
9.5
9.0
8.2
7.4
9.9
9.4
8.5
7.7
10.4
9.9
9.0
8.1
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Performance Data
Cooling - 100 - Coil F
Table 18. VUV 100, cooling coil F, 4-row / 12 fpi
Entering
Wet Bulb
Temp
(°F)
61
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp
(°F)
70
75
80
85
90
67
75
80
85
90
70
75
80
85
90
40
Entering
Water
Temp
(°F)
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
2
Sensible
Total
Capacity Capacity
(MBh)
(MBh)
12.4
11.3
11.8
11.0
10.8
10.4
9.7
9.7
13.6
13.6
12.9
12.9
11.7
11.7
10.6
10.6
15.0
15.0
14.3
14.3
13.0
13.0
11.7
11.7
16.8
16.8
15.9
15.9
14.5
14.5
13.1
13.1
18.7
18.7
17.7
17.7
16.2
16.2
14.6
14.6
17.0
12.2
16.1
11.8
14.7
11.2
13.2
10.6
17.8
15.7
16.9
15.3
15.4
14.6
13.9
13.7
18.9
18.9
18.0
18.0
16.4
16.4
14.8
14.8
20.3
20.3
19.3
19.3
17.6
17.6
15.9
15.9
19.3
10.6
18.3
10.3
16.7
9.8
15.1
9.3
19.8
14.3
18.8
13.9
17.2
13.2
15.5
12.5
20.7
17.9
19.6
17.4
17.9
16.6
16.1
15.6
21.8
21.4
20.7
20.7
18.9
18.9
17.0
17.0
ΔT
(°F)
13.3
12.7
11.7
10.6
14.5
13.8
12.7
11.5
15.9
15.2
13.9
12.6
17.7
16.8
15.4
14.0
19.6
18.6
17.1
15.5
17.9
17.0
15.6
14.1
18.7
17.8
16.3
14.8
19.8
18.9
17.3
15.7
21.2
20.2
18.5
16.8
20.2
19.2
17.6
16.0
20.7
19.7
18.1
16.4
21.6
20.5
18.8
17.0
22.7
21.6
19.8
17.9
Flow Rate (gpm)
4
Total
Sensible
Total
Capacity
Capacity Capacity ΔT
(MBh)
(°F) (MBh)
(MBh)
19.3
14.1
10.1
24.1
18.4
13.8
9.6
22.8
16.9
13.2
8.9
20.9
15.3
12.6
8.1
19.0
21.1
18.3
11.0
26.2
20.0
17.8
10.5
24.9
18.4
17.1
9.7
22.8
16.7
16.3
8.8
20.7
23.4
22.2
12.1
29.1
22.2
21.6
11.6
27.6
20.4
20.4
10.7
25.3
18.5
18.5
9.7
23.0
26.1
25.8
13.5
32.5
24.8
24.8
12.8
30.8
22.8
22.8
11.8
28.3
20.7
20.7
10.8
25.7
29.1
29.1
15.0
36.2
27.6
27.6
14.3
34.4
25.4
25.4
13.1
31.5
23.0
23.0
12.0
28.6
26.4
15.2
13.6
32.8
25.1
14.8
13.0
31.1
23.0
14.2
12.0
28.6
20.9
13.5
10.9
25.9
27.7
19.7
14.3
34.4
26.3
19.2
13.6
32.7
24.1
18.4
12.5
30.0
21.9
17.5
11.4
27.2
29.5
24.0
15.2
36.7
28.0
23.4
14.4
34.8
25.7
22.4
13.3
31.9
23.3
21.4
12.1
29.0
31.6
28.2
16.3
39.3
30.0
27.5
15.5
37.3
27.6
26.3
14.2
34.3
25.0
25.0
13.0
31.1
30.0
13.3
15.5
37.4
28.5
13.0
14.7
35.5
26.2
12.4
13.6
32.5
23.8
11.8
12.3
29.5
30.8
17.9
15.9
38.4
29.3
17.4
15.1
36.4
26.9
16.7
13.9
33.4
24.4
15.9
12.7
30.3
32.2
22.4
16.5
40.0
30.6
21.8
15.7
38.0
28.1
20.9
14.5
34.9
25.5
19.9
13.2
31.6
33.9
26.8
17.4
42.2
32.2
26.1
16.6
40.1
29.6
25.0
15.3
36.8
26.9
23.9
13.9
33.4
6
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
15.8
15.4
14.7
14.0
20.5
19.9
19.0
18.1
24.8
24.1
23.0
21.9
28.9
28.0
26.8
25.5
32.8
31.8
30.3
28.6
17.0
16.5
15.8
15.0
22.1
21.4
20.4
19.4
26.9
26.1
24.9
23.7
31.7
30.7
29.3
27.9
14.9
14.5
13.8
13.1
20.0
19.4
18.6
17.7
25.1
24.4
23.2
22.1
30.1
29.2
27.8
26.5
ΔT
(°F)
8.3
7.9
7.3
6.6
9.0
8.6
7.9
7.2
10.0
9.5
8.7
8.0
11.1
10.6
9.7
8.9
12.4
11.8
10.8
9.8
11.2
10.7
9.8
8.9
11.8
11.2
10.3
9.4
12.5
11.9
10.9
10.0
13.4
12.7
11.7
10.7
12.8
12.1
11.1
10.1
13.1
12.4
11.4
10.4
13.7
13.0
11.9
10.8
14.4
13.7
12.6
11.4
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
29.7
28.0
25.5
23.0
32.3
30.6
27.9
25.1
35.9
33.9
30.9
27.8
40.0
37.8
34.5
31.0
44.6
42.2
38.4
34.6
40.5
38.2
34.8
31.4
42.5
40.1
36.6
32.9
45.2
42.7
38.9
35.0
48.5
45.8
41.8
37.6
46.1
43.5
39.7
35.7
47.3
44.7
40.7
36.7
49.4
46.7
42.5
38.3
52.0
49.2
44.8
40.3
10
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
17.9
17.3
16.3
15.3
23.2
22.4
21.1
19.9
28.1
27.1
25.5
24.0
32.7
31.5
29.7
28.0
37.1
35.7
33.7
31.7
19.3
18.6
17.5
16.5
25.0
24.1
22.7
21.3
30.5
29.4
27.7
26.1
35.8
34.5
32.5
30.6
16.9
16.3
15.3
14.4
22.7
21.8
20.6
19.4
28.4
27.4
25.8
24.3
34.0
32.8
30.9
29.1
ΔT
(°F)
6.1
5.8
5.3
4.8
6.7
6.3
5.8
5.2
7.4
7.0
6.4
5.7
8.2
7.7
7.1
6.4
9.1
8.6
7.9
7.1
8.3
7.8
7.1
6.5
8.7
8.2
7.5
6.8
9.2
8.7
8.0
7.2
9.9
9.3
8.5
7.7
9.4
8.9
8.1
7.3
9.6
9.1
8.3
7.5
10.1
9.5
8.7
7.8
10.6
10.0
9.1
8.2
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Performance Data
Cooling - 100 - Coil G
Table 19. VUV 100, cooling coil G, 4-row / 16 fpi
Entering
Wet Bulb
Temp
(°F)
61
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp
(°F)
70
75
80
85
90
67
75
80
85
90
70
75
80
85
90
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Entering
Water
Temp
(°F)
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
2
Sensible
Total
Capacity Capacity
(MBh)
(MBh)
15.0
13.1
14.2
12.7
13.0
12.0
11.7
11.3
16.3
16.3
15.5
15.5
14.1
14.1
12.8
12.8
18.1
18.1
17.2
17.2
15.7
15.7
14.2
14.2
20.2
20.2
19.1
19.1
17.5
17.5
15.8
15.8
22.6
22.6
21.3
21.3
19.5
19.5
17.6
17.6
20.4
14.1
19.3
13.7
17.7
12.9
16.0
12.2
21.5
18.3
20.3
17.7
18.5
16.8
16.8
15.8
22.8
22.3
21.6
21.6
19.7
19.7
17.8
17.8
24.5
24.5
23.2
23.2
21.2
21.2
19.1
19.1
23.3
12.3
22.0
12.0
20.1
11.3
18.2
10.7
23.9
16.6
22.6
16.1
20.7
15.2
18.7
14.3
24.9
20.8
23.6
20.1
21.6
19.1
19.5
17.9
26.3
24.9
24.9
24.1
22.7
22.7
20.5
20.5
ΔT
(°F)
15.9
15.1
13.9
12.6
17.2
16.4
15.0
13.7
19.0
18.1
16.6
15.1
21.1
20.0
18.4
16.7
23.5
22.2
20.4
18.5
21.4
20.3
18.6
16.9
22.4
21.2
19.4
17.7
23.7
22.5
20.6
18.8
25.4
24.1
22.1
20.1
24.2
22.9
21.0
19.1
24.8
23.5
21.6
19.6
25.9
24.5
22.5
20.4
27.2
25.8
23.6
21.5
Flow Rate (gpm)
4
Total
Sensible
Total
Capacity
Capacity Capacity ΔT
(MBh)
(°F) (MBh)
(MBh)
22.9
17.1
11.9
28.8
21.7
16.5
11.3
27.2
19.7
15.7
10.3
24.6
17.8
14.8
9.3
22.1
25.0
22.1
13.0
31.4
23.6
21.4
12.3
29.6
21.5
20.3
11.2
26.9
19.4
19.2
10.1
24.1
27.7
26.8
14.3
34.9
26.2
25.9
13.6
32.9
23.9
23.9
12.4
29.8
21.5
21.5
11.2
26.7
31.0
31.0
15.9
38.9
29.2
29.2
15.1
36.7
26.6
26.6
13.8
33.3
24.0
24.0
12.4
29.8
34.5
34.5
17.7
43.4
32.6
32.6
16.8
40.9
29.7
29.7
15.3
37.1
26.7
26.7
13.8
33.2
31.3
18.4
16.1
39.3
29.6
17.8
15.2
37.1
26.9
16.9
13.9
33.6
24.2
16.0
12.6
30.1
32.8
23.8
16.9
41.3
31.0
23.0
16.0
38.9
28.3
21.9
14.6
35.3
25.4
20.7
13.2
31.6
35.0
29.1
17.9
43.9
33.0
28.1
17.0
41.4
30.1
26.7
15.5
37.6
27.1
25.2
14.0
33.6
37.5
34.1
19.2
47.1
35.4
33.0
18.2
44.4
32.3
31.4
16.6
40.3
29.1
29.1
15.0
36.1
35.6
16.1
18.3
44.8
33.6
15.6
17.3
42.2
30.7
14.8
15.8
38.3
27.6
14.0
14.3
34.3
36.6
21.6
18.7
46.0
34.6
20.9
17.7
43.3
31.5
19.9
16.2
39.3
28.3
18.8
14.6
35.2
38.2
27.1
19.5
48.0
36.1
26.2
18.5
45.2
32.9
24.9
16.9
41.0
29.6
23.5
15.2
36.7
40.2
32.4
20.6
50.6
38.0
31.4
19.5
47.7
34.6
29.8
17.8
43.2
31.2
28.1
16.0
38.7
6
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
19.4
18.7
17.7
16.6
25.2
24.3
22.9
21.6
30.5
29.4
27.8
26.1
35.5
34.2
32.3
29.8
40.2
38.8
36.6
33.2
20.9
20.2
19.0
17.9
27.1
26.1
24.7
23.2
33.1
31.9
30.1
28.3
38.9
37.5
35.4
33.3
18.3
17.7
16.7
15.7
24.6
23.7
22.4
21.1
30.8
29.7
28.0
26.4
36.9
35.6
33.6
31.6
ΔT
(°F)
9.9
9.4
8.5
7.7
10.8
10.2
9.3
8.3
11.9
11.3
10.2
9.2
13.3
12.5
11.4
10.2
14.8
13.9
12.7
11.4
13.4
12.7
11.5
10.3
14.1
13.3
12.1
10.8
14.9
14.1
12.8
11.5
16.0
15.1
13.7
12.3
15.2
14.4
13.1
11.7
15.6
14.7
13.4
12.0
16.3
15.4
14.0
12.5
17.2
16.2
14.7
13.2
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
35.9
33.7
30.3
26.8
39.1
36.7
33.0
29.2
43.4
40.7
36.6
32.4
48.4
45.4
40.9
36.2
54.0
50.7
45.6
40.3
48.9
45.9
41.3
36.6
51.4
48.2
43.3
38.4
54.7
51.3
46.1
40.9
58.7
55.0
49.5
43.8
55.7
52.3
47.0
41.6
57.2
53.7
48.3
42.8
59.7
56.0
50.4
44.6
63.0
59.1
53.1
47.0
10
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
22.3
21.3
19.9
18.5
28.9
27.6
25.8
24.0
34.9
33.4
31.2
29.0
40.7
38.9
36.3
33.8
46.1
44.1
41.1
38.2
24.0
22.9
21.4
19.9
31.0
29.7
27.7
25.8
37.9
36.2
33.8
31.5
44.5
42.6
39.8
37.0
21.0
20.1
18.7
17.4
28.2
27.0
25.2
23.4
35.3
33.8
31.5
29.3
42.3
40.5
37.8
35.1
ΔT
(°F)
7.4
6.9
6.2
5.5
8.0
7.5
6.8
6.0
8.9
8.3
7.5
6.7
9.9
9.3
8.4
7.4
11.0
10.3
9.3
8.2
10.0
9.4
8.4
7.5
10.5
9.8
8.8
7.9
11.1
10.4
9.4
8.4
11.9
11.2
10.1
8.9
11.3
10.6
9.6
8.5
11.6
10.9
9.8
8.7
12.1
11.4
10.3
9.1
12.8
12.0
10.8
9.6
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Performance Data
Cooling - 100 - Coil H
Table 20. VUV 100, cooling coil H, 3-row / 16 fpi
Entering
Wet Bulb
Temp
(°F)
61
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp
(°F)
70
75
80
85
90
67
75
80
85
90
70
75
80
85
90
42
Entering
Water
Temp
(°F)
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
2
Sensible
Total
Capacity Capacity
(MBh)
(MBh)
14.0
12.3
13.2
11.9
12.1
11.3
11.0
10.7
15.2
15.2
14.4
14.4
13.2
13.2
12.0
12.0
16.9
16.9
16.0
16.0
14.7
14.7
13.4
13.4
18.9
18.9
17.9
17.9
16.4
16.4
14.9
14.9
21.0
21.0
19.9
19.9
18.3
18.3
16.6
16.6
19.1
13.3
18.1
12.8
16.6
12.2
15.1
11.5
20.0
17.2
19.0
16.6
17.4
15.8
15.8
14.8
21.3
20.9
20.2
20.2
18.5
18.5
16.8
16.8
22.8
22.8
21.7
21.7
19.9
19.9
18.1
18.1
21.7
11.6
20.6
11.2
18.9
10.7
17.1
10.0
22.3
15.6
21.1
15.1
19.4
14.3
17.6
13.5
23.3
19.5
22.0
18.9
20.2
17.9
18.4
16.9
24.5
23.4
23.2
22.6
21.3
21.3
19.4
19.4
ΔT
(°F)
14.9
14.1
13.1
11.9
16.1
15.3
14.2
12.9
17.8
16.9
15.6
14.3
19.8
18.8
17.3
15.8
21.9
20.8
19.2
17.5
20.0
19.0
17.5
16.0
20.9
19.9
18.3
16.7
22.2
21.1
19.4
17.7
23.7
22.6
20.8
19.0
22.6
21.5
19.8
18.1
23.2
22.0
20.3
18.5
24.2
23.0
21.1
19.3
25.4
24.1
22.2
20.3
Flow Rate (gpm)
4
Total
Sensible
Total
Capacity
Capacity Capacity ΔT
(MBh)
(°F) (MBh)
(MBh)
21.6
16.1
11.3
27.0
20.4
15.5
10.7
25.4
18.6
14.7
9.8
23.0
16.8
13.9
8.9
20.6
23.6
20.8
12.3
29.5
22.3
20.1
11.6
27.7
20.3
19.1
10.6
25.1
18.3
18.1
9.6
22.5
26.2
25.2
13.5
32.7
24.7
24.4
12.8
30.8
22.6
22.6
11.7
27.9
20.3
20.3
10.6
24.9
29.2
29.2
15.1
36.5
27.6
27.6
14.3
34.3
25.2
25.2
13.0
31.1
22.7
22.7
11.8
27.8
32.6
32.6
16.7
40.6
30.8
30.8
15.8
38.3
28.1
28.1
14.5
34.7
25.3
25.3
13.1
31.0
29.5
17.3
15.2
36.9
27.9
16.7
14.4
34.7
25.4
15.9
13.2
31.4
22.9
15.0
11.9
28.1
31.0
22.4
15.9
38.7
29.3
21.6
15.1
36.4
26.7
20.5
13.8
33.0
24.1
19.4
12.5
29.5
33.0
27.3
16.9
41.2
31.2
26.4
16.0
38.8
28.4
25.1
14.7
35.1
25.6
23.7
13.3
31.4
35.4
32.1
18.1
44.2
33.4
31.0
17.2
41.6
30.5
29.5
15.7
37.7
27.5
27.5
14.2
33.7
33.6
15.1
17.3
42.0
31.8
14.6
16.3
39.5
29.0
13.9
14.9
35.8
26.1
13.1
13.5
32.0
34.5
20.3
17.7
43.1
32.6
19.7
16.8
40.6
29.7
18.7
15.3
36.8
26.8
17.6
13.9
32.9
36.0
25.5
18.5
45.0
34.0
24.6
17.5
42.4
31.0
23.4
16.0
38.4
28.0
22.1
14.4
34.3
38.0
30.5
19.4
47.4
35.9
29.5
18.4
44.6
32.7
28.0
16.8
40.4
29.5
26.4
15.2
36.2
6
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
18.2
17.5
16.5
15.6
23.6
22.7
21.4
20.2
28.5
27.5
25.9
24.4
33.2
32.0
30.2
27.8
37.6
36.2
34.2
31.0
19.6
18.9
17.8
16.7
25.3
24.4
23.0
21.7
30.9
29.8
28.1
26.4
36.3
35.0
33.1
31.1
17.1
16.5
15.6
14.7
23.0
22.2
20.9
19.7
28.8
27.8
26.2
24.6
34.5
33.3
31.4
29.5
ΔT
(°F)
9.3
8.8
8.0
7.2
10.1
9.6
8.7
7.8
11.2
10.6
9.6
8.6
12.5
11.7
10.7
9.6
13.9
13.1
11.9
10.6
12.6
11.9
10.8
9.7
13.2
12.4
11.3
10.1
14.0
13.2
12.0
10.8
15.0
14.2
12.9
11.5
14.3
13.5
12.2
11.0
14.7
13.8
12.6
11.3
15.3
14.4
13.1
11.7
16.1
15.2
13.8
12.4
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
32.8
30.7
27.5
24.2
35.8
33.5
30.0
26.4
39.7
37.1
33.3
29.3
44.3
41.4
37.1
32.7
49.4
46.2
41.4
36.4
44.8
41.9
37.5
33.0
47.0
43.9
39.4
34.7
50.0
46.8
41.9
36.9
53.6
50.2
45.0
39.6
50.9
47.7
42.7
37.6
52.3
49.0
43.9
38.6
54.6
51.1
45.8
40.3
57.6
53.9
48.2
42.5
10
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
20.6
19.7
18.4
17.1
26.7
25.5
23.8
22.1
32.3
30.9
28.8
26.8
37.6
36.0
33.6
31.2
42.6
40.8
38.0
35.3
22.2
21.2
19.8
18.4
28.7
27.5
25.6
23.8
35.0
33.5
31.3
29.1
41.2
39.4
36.7
34.2
19.4
18.6
17.3
16.1
26.1
24.9
23.3
21.6
32.7
31.2
29.1
27.1
39.1
37.4
34.9
32.4
ΔT
(°F)
6.7
6.3
5.7
5.0
7.3
6.9
6.2
5.5
8.1
7.6
6.8
6.0
9.0
8.5
7.6
6.7
10.1
9.4
8.5
7.5
9.1
8.6
7.7
6.8
9.6
9.0
8.1
7.1
10.2
9.5
8.6
7.6
10.9
10.2
9.2
8.1
10.4
9.7
8.7
7.7
10.6
10.0
9.0
7.9
11.1
10.4
9.3
8.2
11.7
11.0
9.8
8.7
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Performance Data
Cooling - 100 - Coil (DX)
Table 21.
Size EWB
1000 61
64
67
70
73
VUV 100, cooling coil J (DX)
Suct
Temp
40
45
50
40
45
50
40
45
50
40
45
50
40
45
50
TC
29.1
24.4
19.7
34.6
29.0
23.4
40.9
34.3
27.7
EDB = 70°F
SC
LDB
19.1
52.1
17.4
53.7
15.6
55.4
16.5
54.6
15.0
56.0
13.5
57.4
13.2
57.6
12.0
58.8
10.8
59.9
LWB
50.5
52.3
54.1
52.1
54.2
56.3
53.7
56.1
58.4
TC
31.8
26.7
21.5
36.4
30.5
24.6
42.2
35.4
28.5
48.9
41.0
33.1
EDB = 75°F
SC
LDB
25.3
51.3
23.0
53.5
20.7
55.6
23.2
53.3
21.1
55.2
19.0
57.2
20.3
56.0
18.5
57.7
16.6
59.5
16.8
59.3
15.2
60.8
13.7
62.2
LWB
49.3
51.4
53.4
51.4
53.6
55.8
53.1
55.6
58.1
54.8
57.6
60.2
TC
35.2
29.5
23.8
38.7
32.5
26.2
43.7
36.7
29.6
50.0
41.9
33.8
57.2
47.9
38.7
EDB = 80°F
SC
LDB
31.0
51.0
28.1
53.7
23.8
57.7
29.5
52.4
26.8
54.9
24.1
57.4
27.1
54.6
24.6
57.0
22.2
59.2
23.8
57.7
21.6
59.8
19.5
61.7
19.9
61.4
18.1
63.1
16.2
64.8
LWB
47.9
50.2
52.5
50.4
52.8
55.2
52.5
55.1
57.6
54.3
57.2
60.0
56.0
59.2
62.2
TC
39.4
33.0
26.6
41.6
34.9
28.2
45.7
38.3
30.9
51.3
43.0
34.7
58.1
48.7
39.3
EDB = 85°F
SC
LDB
36.3
51.0
33.0
54.1
26.6
60.1
35.5
51.8
32.2
54.9
28.2
58.6
33.5
53.6
30.5
56.4
27.4
59.3
30.6
56.4
27.8
59.0
25.0
61.6
26.9
59.8
24.4
62.2
22.0
64.4
LWB
46.0
48.7
51.3
49.1
51.8
54.4
51.6
54.4
57.1
53.7
56.7
59.6
55.6
58.9
61.9
EDB = Entering Air Temperature, Dry Bulb (°F)
EWB = Entering Air Temperature, Wet Bulb (°F)
TC = Total Capacity (MBh)
SC = Sensible Capacity (MBh)
LDB = Leaving Air Temperature, Dry Bulb (°F)
LWB = Leaving Air Temperature, Wet Bulb (°F)
Table 22.
%
120
110
100
90
80
Airflow correction (% of design airflow)
Total Capacity
(MBh)
1.025
1.012
1.000
0.987
0.974
Sensible Capacity
(MBh)
1.105
1.051
0.998
0.945
0.892
Table 23. Airflow through coil J
Unit Model
Rated cfm
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Performance Data
Heating - 100 - Coil A, B, C
Table 24. VUV 100, hydronic heating coils A (1-row / 12 fpi), B (2-row / 12 fpi), C (2-row / 16 fpi)
Coil
A
B
C
44
Entering Air Entering
Temp, Dry Water
Temp (°F)
Bulb (°F)
50
120
140
160
180
55
120
140
160
180
60
120
140
160
180
65
120
140
160
180
70
120
140
160
180
50
120
140
160
180
55
120
140
160
180
60
120
140
160
180
65
120
140
160
180
70
120
140
160
180
50
120
140
160
180
55
120
140
160
180
60
120
140
160
180
65
120
140
160
180
70
120
140
160
180
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
23.8
33.3
42.9
52.6
22.5
31.5
40.6
49.7
21.2
29.7
38.3
46.9
20.0
27.9
36.0
44.1
18.7
26.1
33.7
41.3
32.6
46.2
59.8
73.3
30.8
43.7
56.6
69.3
29.1
41.3
53.4
65.4
27.3
38.8
50.2
61.5
25.6
36.3
47.0
57.5
33.7
47.9
62.0
75.9
31.9
45.3
58.6
71.8
30.1
42.7
55.3
67.8
28.3
40.1
52.0
63.7
26.5
37.6
48.6
59.6
2
Waterside
Temp Drop
(°F)
22.9
32.4
42.0
51.7
21.6
30.6
39.7
48.8
20.3
28.8
37.4
46.0
19.1
27.0
35.1
43.2
17.8
25.2
32.8
40.4
31.7
45.3
58.9
72.4
29.9
42.8
55.7
68.4
28.2
40.4
52.5
64.5
26.4
37.9
49.3
60.6
24.7
35.4
46.1
56.6
32.8
47.0
61.1
75.0
31.0
44.4
57.7
70.9
29.2
41.8
54.4
66.9
27.4
39.2
51.1
62.8
25.6
36.7
47.7
58.7
Flow Rate (gpm)
4
Waterside
Total
Temp Drop
Capacity
(°F)
(MBh)
28.4
13.7
39.7
19.4
51.2
25.1
62.6
30.8
26.8
12.9
37.6
18.3
48.4
23.7
59.2
29.1
25.3
12.2
35.5
17.3
45.6
22.3
55.9
27.5
23.8
11.4
33.3
16.2
42.9
21.0
52.5
25.8
22.3
10.7
31.2
15.1
40.2
19.6
49.2
24.1
43.1
21.1
60.7
29.9
78.3
38.7
96.0
47.5
40.8
19.9
57.4
28.2
74.1
36.6
90.8
44.9
38.5
18.8
54.2
26.6
69.9
34.5
85.6
42.3
36.2
17.6
50.9
25.0
65.7
32.4
80.5
39.8
33.9
16.5
47.6
23.3
61.5
30.3
75.3
37.2
45.4
22.2
63.8
31.4
82.4
40.7
100.9
50.0
42.9
21.0
60.4
29.7
77.9
38.5
95.4
47.2
40.5
19.8
57.0
28.0
73.5
36.3
90.0
44.5
38.1
18.6
53.5
26.3
69.1
34.1
84.6
41.8
35.6
17.3
50.1
24.6
64.7
31.9
79.2
39.1
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
30.4
42.5
54.7
66.9
28.7
40.2
51.7
63.3
27.1
37.9
48.8
59.7
25.5
35.6
45.9
56.1
23.8
33.4
42.9
52.5
47.6
66.9
86.4
105.9
45.1
63.3
81.7
100.1
42.5
59.7
77.1
94.5
40.0
56.2
72.5
88.8
37.4
52.6
67.8
83.1
50.2
70.6
91.0
111.6
47.5
66.8
86.1
105.5
44.8
63.0
81.2
99.5
42.1
59.2
76.4
93.6
39.4
55.4
71.5
87.6
6
Waterside
Temp Drop
(°F)
9.8
13.9
17.9
22.0
9.3
13.1
16.9
20.8
8.7
12.3
16.0
19.6
8.2
11.6
15.0
18.4
7.6
10.8
14.0
17.2
15.6
22.0
28.5
35.0
14.7
20.8
26.9
33.1
13.9
19.6
25.4
31.2
13.0
18.4
23.9
29.3
12.2
17.2
22.3
27.4
16.4
23.2
30.0
36.9
15.5
22.0
28.4
34.9
14.6
20.7
26.8
32.9
13.7
19.4
25.2
30.9
12.8
18.2
23.5
28.9
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Performance Data
Heating - 100 - Coil K, L
Table 25. VUV 100, steam heating coils K (low-capacity), L (high-capacity)
Size
1000
Coil
K
L
Entering
Air Temp,
Dry Bulb
(°F)
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
92.9
88.8
84.7
80.6
76.5
72.4
68.3
64.3
131.0
125.3
119.5
113.7
107.9
102.2
96.4
90.7
5
Airside
Temp Rise
(°F)
86.0
82.2
78.4
74.6
70.8
67.0
63.3
59.5
121.3
116.0
110.6
105.3
99.9
94.6
89.3
84.0
Steam Pressure (psig)
10
Airside
Total
Temp Rise
Capacity
(°F)
(MBh)
97.7
90.5
93.6
86.7
89.5
82.9
85.4
79.1
81.3
75.3
77.2
71.5
73.1
67.7
69.1
64.0
137.8
127.6
132.0
122.3
126.3
116.9
120.5
111.6
114.7
106.2
108.9
100.9
103.2
95.6
97.4
90.2
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
101.8
97.7
93.6
89.5
85.4
81.3
77.3
73.2
143.6
137.8
132.0
126.3
120.5
114.7
109.0
103.2
15
Airside
Temp Rise
(°F)
94.3
90.5
86.7
82.9
79.1
75.3
71.5
67.8
132.9
127.6
122.3
116.9
111.6
106.2
100.9
95.6
psig = steam pressure (lb/in.2 gage)
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Performance Data
Cooling - 125 - Coil D
Table 26. VUV 125, cooling coil D, 3-row / 12 fpi
Entering
Wet Bulb
Temp
(°F)
61
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp
(°F)
70
75
80
85
90
67
75
80
85
90
70
75
80
85
90
46
Entering
Water
Temp
(°F)
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
6
Sensible
Total
Capacity Capacity
(MBh)
(MBh)
27.5
19.8
26.0
19.2
23.8
18.4
21.5
17.6
30.0
25.6
28.4
24.9
26.0
23.9
23.5
22.8
33.3
31.0
31.5
30.2
28.8
28.8
26.0
26.0
37.1
36.1
35.2
35.1
32.1
32.1
29.0
29.0
41.4
40.9
39.2
39.2
35.8
35.8
32.4
32.4
37.5
21.3
35.5
20.7
32.5
19.8
29.4
18.9
39.4
27.5
37.3
26.8
34.1
25.7
30.8
24.5
41.9
33.6
39.7
32.7
36.3
31.3
32.8
29.9
45.0
39.5
42.6
38.4
38.9
36.8
35.2
35.2
42.7
18.6
40.5
18.1
37.0
17.4
33.4
16.6
43.9
25.0
41.6
24.3
38.0
23.3
34.3
22.3
45.8
31.3
43.4
30.5
39.6
29.2
35.8
27.9
48.3
37.5
45.7
36.5
41.8
35.0
37.8
33.4
ΔT
(°F)
9.5
9.1
8.3
7.5
10.4
9.8
9.0
8.2
11.5
10.9
10.0
9.0
12.7
12.1
11.1
10.1
14.2
13.4
12.3
11.2
12.9
12.2
11.2
10.2
13.5
12.8
11.7
10.6
14.3
13.6
12.5
11.3
15.4
14.6
13.3
12.1
14.6
13.9
12.7
11.5
15.0
14.2
13.0
11.8
15.6
14.8
13.6
12.3
16.5
15.6
14.3
13.0
Flow Rate (gpm)
8
Total
Sensible
Total
Capacity
Capacity Capacity ΔT
(MBh)
(°F) (MBh)
(MBh)
31.6
21.2
8.2
34.4
29.8
20.6
7.7
32.4
27.1
19.6
7.1
29.4
24.4
18.7
6.4
26.4
34.5
27.5
8.9
37.5
32.5
26.7
8.4
35.4
29.6
25.4
7.7
32.1
26.6
24.2
6.9
28.8
38.2
33.3
9.8
41.6
36.1
32.3
9.3
39.3
32.8
30.8
8.5
35.6
29.5
29.3
7.7
31.9
42.7
38.7
10.9
46.5
40.3
37.5
10.3
43.8
36.6
35.8
9.4
39.8
32.9
32.9
8.5
35.6
47.6
43.9
12.2
51.8
44.9
42.5
11.5
48.8
40.9
40.6
10.5
44.3
36.7
36.7
9.5
39.7
43.1
22.8
11.1
47.0
40.7
22.1
10.5
44.3
37.0
21.1
9.5
40.2
33.3
20.1
8.6
36.0
45.2
29.6
11.6
49.3
42.7
28.7
11.0
46.5
38.9
27.3
10.0
42.2
34.9
26.0
9.0
37.8
48.2
36.1
12.3
52.5
45.5
35.0
11.6
49.5
41.4
33.4
10.6
44.9
37.2
31.8
9.6
40.2
51.7
42.4
13.2
56.3
48.8
41.1
12.5
53.1
44.4
39.2
11.4
48.2
39.9
37.3
10.2
43.1
49.1
20.0
12.5
53.5
46.3
19.4
11.9
50.4
42.2
18.5
10.8
45.7
37.9
17.6
9.7
41.0
50.4
26.8
12.9
54.9
47.6
26.0
12.2
51.8
43.3
24.8
11.1
47.0
38.9
23.6
10.0
42.1
52.6
33.6
13.4
57.3
49.7
32.6
12.7
54.0
45.2
31.1
11.6
49.0
40.6
29.6
10.4
43.9
55.5
40.3
14.1
60.4
52.4
39.0
13.4
56.9
47.6
37.2
12.2
51.7
42.8
35.5
11.0
46.3
10
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
22.3
21.5
20.4
19.3
28.9
27.9
26.5
25.1
34.9
33.8
32.0
30.3
40.7
39.3
37.3
35.3
46.1
44.5
42.2
39.7
24.0
23.2
22.0
20.8
31.0
30.0
28.5
27.0
37.9
36.6
34.7
32.9
44.5
43.0
40.8
38.7
21.0
20.3
19.2
18.2
28.2
27.2
25.8
24.5
35.3
34.1
32.4
30.7
42.3
40.9
38.8
36.7
ΔT
(°F)
7.1
6.7
6.1
5.5
7.7
7.3
6.6
6.0
8.5
8.1
7.3
6.6
9.5
9.0
8.2
7.3
10.6
10.0
9.1
8.2
9.6
9.1
8.3
7.4
10.1
9.5
8.7
7.8
10.7
10.1
9.2
8.3
11.5
10.8
9.9
8.8
10.9
10.3
9.4
8.4
11.2
10.6
9.6
8.6
11.7
11.0
10.0
9.0
12.3
11.6
10.6
9.5
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
38.0
35.8
32.4
28.9
41.4
39.0
35.3
31.5
45.9
43.3
39.2
35.0
51.3
48.3
43.7
39.0
57.2
53.8
48.7
43.5
51.8
48.8
44.2
39.5
54.4
51.2
46.3
41.4
57.9
54.5
49.3
44.1
62.1
58.5
52.9
47.3
59.0
55.5
50.3
44.9
60.6
57.0
51.6
46.1
63.2
59.5
53.9
48.1
66.7
62.8
56.8
50.7
14
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
23.8
22.9
21.5
20.1
30.9
29.6
27.8
26.0
37.4
35.9
33.7
31.5
43.5
41.7
39.2
36.7
49.3
47.3
44.4
41.6
25.6
24.6
23.1
21.6
33.2
31.8
29.9
28.0
40.5
38.9
36.5
34.2
47.6
45.7
42.9
40.2
22.4
21.5
20.2
18.9
30.1
28.9
27.1
25.4
37.8
36.2
34.0
31.8
45.2
43.4
40.7
38.1
ΔT
(°F)
5.6
5.3
4.8
4.3
6.1
5.7
5.2
4.7
6.7
6.3
5.8
5.2
7.5
7.1
6.4
5.7
8.3
7.8
7.1
6.4
7.6
7.1
6.5
5.8
7.9
7.5
6.8
6.1
8.4
7.9
7.2
6.5
9.0
8.5
7.7
6.9
8.6
8.1
7.3
6.6
8.8
8.3
7.5
6.7
9.2
8.7
7.9
7.0
9.7
9.1
8.3
7.4
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Performance Data
Cooling - 125 - Coil E
Table 27. VUV 125, cooling coil E, 3-row / 16 fpi
Entering
Wet Bulb
Temp
(°F)
61
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp
(°F)
70
75
80
85
90
67
75
80
85
90
70
75
80
85
90
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Entering
Water
Temp
(°F)
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
6
Sensible
Total
Capacity Capacity
(MBh)
(MBh)
28.5
19.6
27.0
19.1
24.8
18.3
22.4
17.4
31.1
25.5
29.5
24.7
27.0
23.6
24.5
22.5
34.5
30.8
32.7
29.9
30.0
28.6
27.1
27.1
38.5
35.9
36.5
34.8
33.4
33.3
30.3
30.3
42.9
40.6
40.7
39.5
37.3
37.3
33.7
33.7
38.9
21.1
36.9
20.5
33.8
19.6
30.6
18.7
40.8
27.4
38.7
26.6
35.5
25.4
32.1
24.2
43.5
33.4
41.2
32.5
37.8
31.0
34.2
29.5
46.7
39.3
44.2
38.2
40.5
36.5
36.7
34.7
44.3
18.5
42.0
18.0
38.5
17.2
34.8
16.4
45.5
24.9
43.1
24.2
39.5
23.1
35.8
22.0
47.5
31.1
45.0
30.3
41.2
28.9
37.3
27.5
50.1
37.3
47.5
36.2
43.5
34.6
39.4
33.0
ΔT
(°F)
9.9
9.4
8.6
7.8
10.7
10.2
9.4
8.5
11.9
11.3
10.4
9.4
13.2
12.5
11.5
10.5
14.7
13.9
12.8
11.6
13.3
12.7
11.6
10.6
14.0
13.3
12.2
11.1
14.9
14.1
13.0
11.8
15.9
15.1
13.9
12.6
15.1
14.4
13.2
12.0
15.5
14.8
13.5
12.3
16.2
15.4
14.1
12.8
17.1
16.2
14.9
13.5
Flow Rate (gpm)
8
Total
Sensible
Total
Capacity
Capacity Capacity ΔT
(MBh)
(°F) (MBh)
(MBh)
32.7
21.3
8.4
35.5
30.9
20.6
8.0
33.5
28.2
19.5
7.3
30.5
25.4
18.4
6.6
27.4
35.6
27.6
9.2
38.7
33.7
26.7
8.7
36.5
30.7
25.3
8.0
33.2
27.7
23.9
7.2
29.8
39.5
33.4
10.2
42.9
37.4
32.3
9.6
40.5
34.1
30.6
8.8
36.9
30.7
28.9
7.9
33.1
44.1
38.8
11.3
47.9
41.7
37.5
10.7
45.2
38.0
35.6
9.8
41.1
34.2
33.6
8.8
36.9
49.2
44.0
12.6
53.4
46.5
42.5
11.9
50.4
42.4
40.3
10.9
45.8
38.2
38.1
9.8
41.2
44.6
22.9
11.4
48.4
42.1
22.1
10.8
45.7
38.4
21.0
9.9
41.6
34.6
19.8
8.9
37.3
46.8
29.7
12.0
50.8
44.2
28.7
11.3
48.0
40.3
27.2
10.4
43.6
36.3
25.7
9.4
39.2
49.8
36.2
12.7
54.1
47.1
35.0
12.0
51.1
42.9
33.2
11.0
46.4
38.7
31.3
9.9
41.7
53.4
42.5
13.6
58.0
50.5
41.1
12.9
54.8
46.1
39.0
11.8
49.8
41.5
36.8
10.6
44.7
50.7
20.1
13.0
55.1
48.0
19.4
12.3
52.0
43.7
18.4
11.2
47.3
39.4
17.4
10.1
42.5
52.1
26.9
13.3
56.6
49.3
26.0
12.6
53.4
44.9
24.7
11.5
48.6
40.5
23.3
10.4
43.6
54.4
33.7
13.9
59.1
51.4
32.6
13.1
55.8
46.9
30.9
12.0
50.7
42.2
29.2
10.8
45.5
57.3
40.4
14.6
62.3
54.2
39.0
13.8
58.8
49.4
37.0
12.6
53.5
44.5
35.0
11.4
48.0
10
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
22.4
21.6
20.4
19.2
29.1
28.0
26.4
24.8
35.2
33.9
32.0
30.1
40.9
39.4
37.2
35.0
46.4
44.7
42.2
39.6
24.1
23.3
22.0
20.6
31.3
30.1
28.4
26.7
38.2
36.8
34.7
32.6
44.8
43.2
40.8
38.3
21.1
20.4
19.2
18.1
28.4
27.3
25.8
24.2
35.6
34.3
32.3
30.4
42.6
41.0
38.7
36.4
ΔT
(°F)
7.3
6.9
6.3
5.7
8.0
7.5
6.9
6.2
8.8
8.3
7.6
6.8
9.8
9.3
8.4
7.6
10.9
10.3
9.4
8.5
9.9
9.4
8.5
7.7
10.4
9.8
8.9
8.1
11.0
10.4
9.5
8.6
11.8
11.2
10.2
9.2
11.2
10.6
9.7
8.7
11.5
10.9
9.9
8.9
12.0
11.4
10.4
9.3
12.7
12.0
10.9
9.8
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
39.0
36.8
33.4
29.9
42.6
40.1
36.4
32.6
47.2
44.5
40.4
36.1
52.7
49.7
45.0
40.3
58.7
55.3
50.2
45.0
53.2
50.2
45.5
40.8
55.9
52.7
47.8
42.8
59.5
56.1
50.9
45.5
63.8
60.1
54.6
48.8
60.6
57.1
51.8
46.4
62.3
58.7
53.2
47.7
65.0
61.2
55.5
49.7
68.5
64.5
58.5
52.4
14
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
23.9
23.0
21.5
20.1
31.0
29.8
27.9
26.1
37.5
36.0
33.8
31.6
43.7
41.9
39.3
36.7
49.5
47.5
44.5
41.6
25.8
24.7
23.2
21.7
33.3
32.0
30.0
28.0
40.7
39.1
36.6
34.2
47.8
45.9
43.1
40.2
22.5
21.6
20.3
19.0
30.3
29.1
27.3
25.5
37.9
36.4
34.1
31.9
45.4
43.6
40.9
38.2
ΔT
(°F)
5.7
5.4
4.9
4.4
6.2
5.9
5.4
4.8
6.9
6.5
5.9
5.3
7.7
7.3
6.6
5.9
8.5
8.1
7.3
6.6
7.8
7.3
6.7
6.0
8.1
7.7
7.0
6.3
8.7
8.2
7.4
6.7
9.3
8.8
8.0
7.1
8.8
8.3
7.6
6.8
9.1
8.5
7.8
7.0
9.4
8.9
8.1
7.3
9.9
9.4
8.5
7.6
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Performance Data
Cooling - 125 - Coil F
Table 28. VUV 125, cooling coil F, 4-row / 12 fpi
Entering
Wet Bulb
Temp
(°F)
61
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp
(°F)
70
75
80
85
90
67
75
80
85
90
70
75
80
85
90
48
Entering
Water
Temp
(°F)
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
6
Sensible
Total
Capacity Capacity
(MBh)
(MBh)
26.4
19.5
24.9
18.9
22.6
18.0
20.3
17.0
28.7
25.2
27.1
24.4
24.6
23.3
22.1
22.1
31.9
30.5
30.1
29.6
27.3
27.3
24.5
24.5
35.6
35.5
33.6
33.6
30.5
30.5
27.3
27.3
39.7
39.7
37.4
37.4
34.0
34.0
30.5
30.5
36.0
20.9
33.9
20.3
30.8
19.3
27.6
18.3
37.7
27.1
35.6
26.3
32.3
25.0
29.0
23.7
40.2
33.1
37.9
32.1
34.4
30.5
30.9
29.0
43.1
38.9
40.7
37.7
36.9
35.9
33.1
33.1
40.9
18.3
38.6
17.8
35.1
16.9
31.5
16.0
42.0
24.6
39.7
23.9
36.0
22.7
32.3
21.5
43.9
30.8
41.4
29.9
37.6
28.5
33.7
27.0
46.3
36.9
43.6
35.8
39.6
34.1
35.5
32.3
ΔT
(°F)
9.2
8.7
7.9
7.1
10.0
9.4
8.6
7.7
11.0
10.4
9.5
8.5
12.2
11.6
10.5
9.5
13.6
12.8
11.7
10.5
12.4
11.7
10.6
9.6
12.9
12.2
11.2
10.0
13.8
13.0
11.8
10.7
14.7
13.9
12.7
11.4
14.0
13.2
12.1
10.9
14.4
13.6
12.4
11.1
15.0
14.2
12.9
11.6
15.8
14.9
13.6
12.2
Flow Rate (gpm)
8
Total
Sensible
Total
Capacity
Capacity Capacity ΔT
(MBh)
(°F) (MBh)
(MBh)
31.3
21.4
8.1
34.9
29.4
20.7
7.6
32.8
26.6
19.6
6.9
29.7
23.8
18.5
6.2
26.4
34.1
27.7
8.8
38.1
32.1
26.8
8.3
35.8
29.0
25.4
7.5
32.4
25.9
24.0
6.8
28.8
37.8
33.6
9.7
42.2
35.6
32.4
9.2
39.7
32.2
30.8
8.3
35.9
28.7
28.7
7.5
32.0
42.2
39.0
10.8
47.1
39.7
37.7
10.2
44.3
35.9
35.8
9.3
40.0
32.1
32.1
8.3
35.7
47.0
44.2
12.0
52.5
44.3
42.7
11.3
49.4
40.1
40.1
10.3
44.6
35.7
35.7
9.2
39.8
42.7
23.0
10.9
47.6
40.2
22.3
10.3
44.8
36.3
21.1
9.4
40.5
32.4
19.9
8.4
36.1
44.8
29.8
11.5
50.0
42.1
28.8
10.8
47.0
38.1
27.3
9.8
42.5
34.0
25.8
8.8
37.8
47.7
36.4
12.2
53.2
44.9
35.2
11.5
50.0
40.6
33.3
10.4
45.2
36.2
31.5
9.3
40.3
51.1
42.7
13.1
57.1
48.1
41.3
12.3
53.7
43.5
39.2
11.2
48.5
38.8
37.0
10.0
43.2
48.6
20.1
12.4
54.2
45.7
19.5
11.7
51.0
41.4
18.5
10.6
46.1
36.9
17.4
9.5
41.0
49.9
27.1
12.7
55.7
46.9
26.2
12.0
52.4
42.5
24.8
10.9
47.3
37.9
23.4
9.8
42.2
52.0
33.9
13.3
58.1
49.0
32.8
12.5
54.6
44.3
31.1
11.4
49.4
39.5
29.3
10.2
44.0
54.9
40.6
14.0
61.2
51.6
39.2
13.2
57.6
46.7
37.2
12.0
52.1
41.7
35.1
10.7
46.4
10
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
22.9
22.1
20.8
19.6
29.7
28.6
27.0
25.3
35.9
34.6
32.7
30.7
41.8
40.3
38.0
35.7
47.4
45.6
43.0
39.8
24.7
23.8
22.4
21.1
31.9
30.7
29.0
27.3
39.0
37.5
35.4
33.3
45.8
44.1
41.6
39.1
21.6
20.8
19.6
18.4
29.0
27.9
26.3
24.8
36.3
35.0
33.0
31.0
43.5
41.9
39.5
37.1
ΔT
(°F)
7.2
6.8
6.2
5.5
7.8
7.4
6.7
6.0
8.7
8.2
7.4
6.6
9.6
9.1
8.2
7.4
10.7
10.1
9.1
8.2
9.7
9.2
8.3
7.4
10.2
9.6
8.7
7.8
10.9
10.2
9.3
8.3
11.6
11.0
9.9
8.9
11.1
10.4
9.4
8.4
11.4
10.7
9.7
8.7
11.8
11.2
10.1
9.0
12.5
11.7
10.6
9.5
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
39.7
37.4
33.8
30.1
43.3
40.8
36.8
32.8
48.1
45.2
40.8
36.4
53.6
50.4
45.6
40.6
59.8
56.2
50.8
45.3
54.2
51.0
46.1
41.0
56.9
53.5
48.3
43.0
60.6
57.0
51.5
45.8
65.0
61.1
55.2
49.2
61.7
58.0
52.4
46.7
63.4
59.6
53.9
48.0
66.2
62.2
56.2
50.1
69.7
65.6
59.2
52.8
14
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
25.1
24.1
22.5
20.9
32.6
31.2
29.1
27.1
39.4
37.8
35.3
32.8
45.9
43.9
41.0
38.2
52.0
49.8
46.5
43.2
27.1
25.9
24.2
22.5
35.0
33.5
31.3
29.1
42.8
40.9
38.2
35.6
50.3
48.1
44.9
41.8
23.7
22.7
21.2
19.7
31.8
30.5
28.4
26.5
39.9
38.1
35.6
33.1
47.7
45.7
42.7
39.7
ΔT
(°F)
5.8
5.5
5.0
4.5
6.4
6.0
5.4
4.8
7.0
6.6
6.0
5.4
7.8
7.4
6.7
6.0
8.7
8.2
7.4
6.6
7.9
7.4
6.7
6.0
8.3
7.8
7.1
6.3
8.8
8.3
7.5
6.7
9.4
8.9
8.0
7.2
9.0
8.4
7.6
6.8
9.2
8.7
7.9
7.0
9.6
9.0
8.2
7.3
10.1
9.5
8.6
7.7
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Performance Data
Cooling - 125 - Coil G
Table 29. VUV 125, cooling coil G, 4-row / 16 fpi
Entering
Wet Bulb
Temp
(°F)
61
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp
(°F)
70
75
80
85
90
67
75
80
85
90
70
75
80
85
90
UV-PRC003-EN
Entering
Water
Temp
(°F)
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
6
Sensible
Total
Capacity Capacity
(MBh)
(MBh)
27.2
19.8
25.7
19.2
23.4
18.3
21.0
17.3
29.7
25.6
28.0
24.9
25.5
23.7
22.9
22.4
32.9
31.0
31.1
30.1
28.3
28.3
25.4
25.4
36.8
36.1
34.7
34.7
31.6
31.6
28.3
28.3
41.0
40.9
38.7
38.7
35.2
35.2
31.6
31.6
37.2
21.3
35.1
20.7
31.9
19.7
28.6
18.6
39.0
27.6
36.8
26.7
33.5
25.5
30.0
24.1
41.5
33.7
39.2
32.6
35.6
31.1
32.0
29.5
44.5
39.5
42.0
38.4
38.2
36.5
34.3
34.3
42.3
18.6
39.9
18.1
36.3
17.2
32.6
16.3
43.4
25.0
41.0
24.3
37.3
23.1
33.5
21.9
45.3
31.4
42.8
30.4
38.9
29.0
34.9
27.4
47.8
37.6
45.1
36.4
41.0
34.7
36.8
32.9
ΔT
(°F)
9.4
8.9
8.2
7.4
10.3
9.7
8.9
8.0
11.4
10.7
9.8
8.8
12.6
11.9
10.9
9.8
14.0
13.3
12.1
10.9
12.8
12.1
11.0
9.9
13.4
12.6
11.5
10.4
14.2
13.4
12.2
11.0
15.2
14.4
13.1
11.8
14.5
13.7
12.5
11.2
14.9
14.0
12.8
11.5
15.5
14.6
13.3
12.0
16.3
15.4
14.0
12.6
Flow Rate (gpm)
8
Total
Sensible
Total
Capacity
Capacity Capacity ΔT
(MBh)
(°F) (MBh)
(MBh)
32.3
21.8
8.4
36.1
30.5
21.1
7.9
34.0
27.6
20.0
7.2
30.7
24.6
18.8
6.4
27.4
35.3
28.2
9.1
39.4
33.2
27.3
8.6
37.1
30.1
25.9
7.8
33.5
26.9
24.4
7.0
29.9
39.1
34.2
10.1
43.7
36.8
33.0
9.5
41.1
33.4
31.3
8.6
37.2
29.8
29.6
7.7
33.2
43.7
39.8
11.2
48.7
41.1
38.4
10.6
45.9
37.2
36.4
9.6
41.5
33.3
33.3
8.6
37.0
48.7
45.1
12.4
54.3
45.8
43.5
11.7
51.1
41.5
41.3
10.7
46.3
37.1
37.1
9.5
41.2
44.1
23.5
11.3
49.3
41.6
22.7
10.7
46.4
37.6
21.5
9.7
41.9
33.6
20.3
8.7
37.4
46.3
30.4
11.9
51.7
43.6
29.3
11.2
48.6
39.5
27.8
10.2
44.0
35.3
26.2
9.1
39.2
49.3
37.1
12.6
55.0
46.4
35.8
11.9
51.8
42.0
33.9
10.8
46.8
37.5
32.0
9.7
41.8
52.9
43.6
13.5
59.0
49.8
42.1
12.7
55.6
45.1
39.9
11.6
50.3
40.3
37.6
10.3
44.8
50.2
20.5
12.8
56.1
47.3
19.8
12.1
52.8
42.8
18.8
11.0
47.7
38.3
17.7
9.8
42.6
51.6
27.6
13.2
57.6
48.6
26.7
12.4
54.2
44.0
25.3
11.3
49.0
39.3
23.8
10.1
43.7
53.8
34.5
13.7
60.1
50.7
33.4
13.0
56.6
45.9
31.6
11.8
51.2
41.0
29.9
10.5
45.6
56.7
41.4
14.5
63.3
53.5
40.0
13.6
59.6
48.4
37.9
12.4
53.9
43.2
35.8
11.1
48.1
10
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
23.4
22.5
21.2
19.9
30.3
29.2
27.5
25.8
36.7
35.3
33.3
31.2
42.7
41.1
38.7
36.3
48.3
46.5
43.9
41.2
25.2
24.2
22.8
21.4
32.6
31.4
29.5
27.7
39.8
38.3
36.1
33.9
46.7
45.0
42.4
39.8
22.0
21.2
20.0
18.8
29.6
28.5
26.8
25.2
37.0
35.7
33.6
31.6
44.4
42.7
40.3
37.8
ΔT
(°F)
7.4
7.0
6.4
5.7
8.1
7.6
6.9
6.2
9.0
8.4
7.7
6.9
10.0
9.4
8.5
7.6
11.1
10.4
9.5
8.5
10.1
9.5
8.6
7.7
10.6
10.0
9.0
8.1
11.2
10.6
9.6
8.6
12.0
11.3
10.3
9.2
11.4
10.8
9.8
8.7
11.7
11.1
10.0
9.0
12.2
11.5
10.5
9.3
12.9
12.1
11.0
9.8
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
41.1
38.7
35.0
31.2
44.8
42.2
38.2
34.0
49.7
46.8
42.3
37.7
55.5
52.2
47.2
42.1
61.9
58.2
52.6
46.9
56.1
52.8
47.7
42.5
58.9
55.4
50.1
44.6
62.7
59.0
53.3
47.5
67.2
63.3
57.2
51.0
63.8
60.1
54.3
48.4
65.6
61.7
55.8
49.7
68.4
64.4
58.2
51.9
72.1
67.9
61.4
54.7
14
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
25.7
24.6
22.9
21.3
33.3
31.9
29.7
27.6
40.3
38.6
36.0
33.4
46.9
44.9
41.8
38.9
53.2
50.8
47.4
44.0
27.7
26.5
24.7
22.9
35.8
34.2
31.9
29.7
43.7
41.8
39.0
36.2
51.4
49.1
45.8
42.6
24.2
23.2
21.6
20.1
32.5
31.1
29.0
26.9
40.7
39.0
36.3
33.7
48.8
46.7
43.5
40.4
ΔT
(°F)
6.0
5.7
5.2
4.6
6.6
6.2
5.6
5.0
7.3
6.8
6.2
5.5
8.1
7.6
6.9
6.2
9.0
8.5
7.7
6.9
8.2
7.7
7.0
6.2
8.6
8.1
7.3
6.5
9.1
8.6
7.8
6.9
9.8
9.2
8.3
7.4
9.3
8.7
7.9
7.1
9.5
9.0
8.1
7.3
9.9
9.4
8.5
7.6
10.5
9.9
8.9
8.0
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Performance Data
Cooling - 125 - Coil H
Table 30. VUV 125, cooling coil H, 3-row / 16 fpi
Entering
Wet Bulb
Temp
(°F)
61
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp
(°F)
70
75
80
85
90
67
75
80
85
90
70
75
80
85
90
50
Entering
Water
Temp
(°F)
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
6
Sensible
Total
Capacity Capacity
(MBh)
(MBh)
30.5
21.0
28.7
20.2
26.0
19.1
23.2
17.9
33.3
27.2
31.3
26.2
28.3
24.7
25.2
23.2
36.9
32.9
34.7
31.7
31.4
29.9
28.0
28.0
41.2
38.3
38.8
36.9
35.1
34.8
31.3
31.3
45.9
43.4
43.2
41.8
39.1
39.1
34.8
34.8
41.7
22.6
39.2
21.8
35.4
20.5
31.6
19.3
43.7
29.2
41.1
28.2
37.2
26.6
33.1
25.0
46.5
35.7
43.8
34.4
39.6
32.4
35.3
30.5
49.9
41.9
47.0
40.4
42.5
38.1
37.9
35.8
47.4
19.8
44.6
19.0
40.3
18.0
36.0
16.9
48.7
26.5
45.8
25.6
41.4
24.1
36.9
22.7
50.8
33.2
47.8
32.0
43.2
30.2
38.5
28.4
53.6
39.8
50.4
38.4
45.6
36.2
40.6
34.0
ΔT
(°F)
10.5
9.9
9.0
8.1
11.5
10.8
9.8
8.8
12.7
12.0
10.8
9.7
14.1
13.3
12.1
10.8
15.7
14.8
13.4
12.0
14.3
13.4
12.2
10.9
14.9
14.1
12.8
11.4
15.9
15.0
13.6
12.1
17.0
16.0
14.5
13.0
16.2
15.2
13.8
12.4
16.6
15.6
14.2
12.7
17.3
16.3
14.8
13.2
18.2
17.2
15.6
13.9
Flow Rate (gpm)
8
Total
Sensible
Total
Capacity
Capacity Capacity ΔT
(MBh)
(°F) (MBh)
(MBh)
34.7
22.8
9.0
37.6
32.6
21.8
8.4
35.2
29.3
20.5
7.6
31.6
26.0
19.1
6.8
27.9
37.9
29.5
9.7
41.0
35.5
28.3
9.2
38.4
32.0
26.5
8.3
34.5
28.3
24.7
7.4
30.5
42.0
35.7
10.8
45.5
39.4
34.3
10.1
42.6
35.5
32.1
9.1
38.2
31.4
29.9
8.1
33.8
46.9
41.6
12.0
50.7
44.0
39.9
11.3
47.5
39.6
37.3
10.2
42.7
35.1
34.8
9.0
37.7
52.2
47.1
13.3
56.6
49.0
45.2
12.5
53.0
44.1
42.3
11.3
47.6
39.1
39.1
10.0
42.0
47.4
24.5
12.1
51.3
44.4
23.5
11.4
48.1
40.0
22.0
10.3
43.1
35.4
20.5
9.1
38.1
49.7
31.7
12.7
53.8
46.6
30.4
11.9
50.4
42.0
28.5
10.8
45.3
37.2
26.6
9.6
40.0
52.9
38.7
13.5
57.3
49.6
37.1
12.7
53.7
44.7
34.8
11.4
48.2
39.6
32.5
10.2
42.6
56.8
45.5
14.5
61.5
53.3
43.6
13.6
57.6
47.9
40.9
12.3
51.7
42.5
38.1
10.9
45.7
53.9
21.5
13.8
58.4
50.6
20.6
12.9
54.7
45.5
19.3
11.7
49.1
40.3
18.0
10.4
43.4
55.4
28.8
14.1
60.0
52.0
27.6
13.3
56.2
46.8
25.9
12.0
50.4
41.4
24.2
10.6
44.6
57.8
36.1
14.7
62.6
54.2
34.6
13.8
58.6
48.8
32.4
12.5
52.6
43.2
30.2
11.1
46.5
60.9
43.2
15.5
66.0
57.2
41.5
14.6
61.8
51.4
38.8
13.1
55.5
45.6
36.2
11.7
49.0
10
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
24.0
23.0
21.4
19.9
31.1
29.8
27.8
25.8
37.7
36.0
33.6
31.2
43.8
41.9
39.1
36.3
49.7
47.5
44.3
41.1
25.8
24.7
23.1
21.4
33.5
32.0
29.8
27.7
40.8
39.1
36.4
33.8
48.0
45.9
42.8
39.8
22.6
21.6
20.2
18.7
30.4
29.1
27.1
25.2
38.1
36.4
33.9
31.5
45.6
43.6
40.7
37.8
ΔT
(°F)
7.7
7.3
6.5
5.8
8.4
7.9
7.1
6.3
9.3
8.7
7.9
7.0
10.4
9.7
8.8
7.8
11.5
10.8
9.7
8.6
10.5
9.8
8.8
7.8
11.0
10.3
9.3
8.2
11.7
11.0
9.9
8.7
12.5
11.7
10.6
9.4
11.9
11.2
10.0
8.9
12.2
11.5
10.3
9.1
12.7
11.9
10.7
9.5
13.4
12.6
11.3
10.0
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
41.2
38.6
34.6
30.5
45.0
42.1
37.7
33.2
49.9
46.7
41.8
36.9
55.6
52.1
46.6
41.1
62.0
58.0
52.0
45.8
56.2
52.6
47.1
41.6
59.0
55.2
49.5
43.6
62.8
58.8
52.7
46.4
67.4
63.1
56.5
49.8
64.0
59.9
53.7
47.3
65.8
61.5
55.1
48.6
68.6
64.2
57.5
50.7
72.3
67.7
60.6
53.5
14
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
25.6
24.4
22.7
20.9
33.2
31.6
29.4
27.1
40.2
38.3
35.5
32.8
46.7
44.5
41.3
38.2
52.9
50.5
46.8
43.3
27.6
26.3
24.4
22.5
35.7
34.0
31.6
29.2
43.5
41.5
38.5
35.6
51.2
48.8
45.3
41.8
24.1
23.0
21.3
19.7
32.4
30.9
28.7
26.5
40.6
38.7
35.9
33.2
48.6
46.3
43.0
39.7
ΔT
(°F)
6.0
5.7
5.1
4.5
6.6
6.2
5.5
4.9
7.3
6.8
6.1
5.4
8.1
7.6
6.8
6.0
9.0
8.5
7.6
6.7
8.2
7.7
6.9
6.1
8.6
8.0
7.2
6.4
9.1
8.6
7.7
6.8
9.8
9.2
8.2
7.3
9.3
8.7
7.8
6.9
9.6
8.9
8.0
7.1
10.0
9.3
8.4
7.4
10.5
9.8
8.8
7.8
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Performance Data
Cooling - 125 - Coil (DX)
Table 31. VUV 125, cooling coil J (DX)
Size
EWB
1250 61
64
67
70
73
Suct
Temp
40
45
50
40
45
50
40
45
50
40
45
50
40
45
50
TC
35.1
29.4
23.7
41.7
34.9
28.2
49.3
41.3
33.3
EDB = 70°F
SC
LDB
23.4
52.7
21.2
54.3
19.1
55.9
20.2
55.1
18.3
56.5
16.5
57.8
16.2
58.0
14.7
59.1
13.2
60.2
LWB
51.0
52.8
54.5
52.8
54.8
56.7
54.4
56.7
58.9
TC
38.4
32.2
25.9
43.9
36.8
29.7
50.9
42.7
34.4
59.0
49.4
39.9
EDB = 75°F
SC
LDB
30.9
52.2
28.1
54.2
25.3
56.3
28.4
54.0
25.8
55.9
23.2
57.9
24.9
56.6
22.6
58.3
20.3
60.0
20.5
59.9
18.6
61.3
16.8
62.6
LWB
49.9
51.9
53.8
52.0
54.2
56.2
53.9
56.2
58.5
55.6
58.3
60.8
TC
42.5
35.6
28.7
46.7
39.1
31.6
52.8
44.2
35.7
60.3
50.5
40.8
68.9
57.8
46.6
EDB = 80°F
SC
LDB
37.8
52.1
34.4
54.6
28.7
58.8
36.1
53.3
32.8
55.8
29.5
58.2
33.1
55.5
30.1
57.8
27.1
60.0
29.1
58.5
26.4
60.5
23.8
62.4
24.3
62.0
22.1
63.7
19.9
65.3
LWB
48.5
50.8
52.9
51.1
53.4
55.6
53.3
55.8
58.1
55.2
57.9
60.5
57.0
60.0
62.8
TC
47.5
39.8
32.1
50.2
42.1
34.0
55.1
46.2
37.3
61.9
51.9
41.9
70.1
58.7
47.4
EDB = 85°F
SC
LDB
44.3
52.3
39.8
55.6
32.1
61.3
43.4
52.9
39.4
55.9
34.0
59.9
41.0
54.7
37.2
57.5
33.5
60.2
37.4
57.4
34.0
59.9
30.6
62.4
32.8
60.8
29.8
63.0
26.9
65.1
LWB
46.8
49.4
51.8
49.9
52.5
54.9
52.5
55.1
57.6
54.6
57.5
60.1
56.6
59.7
62.5
EDB = Entering Air Temperature, Dry Bulb (°F)
EWB = Entering Air Temperature, Wet Bulb (°F)
TC = Total Capacity (MBh)
SC = Sensible Capacity (MBh)
LDB = Leaving Air Temperature, Dry Bulb (°F)
LWB = Leaving Air Temperature, Wet Bulb (°F)
Table 32. Airflow correction (% of design airflow)
%
120
110
100
90
80
Total Capacity
(MBh)
1.025
1.012
1.000
0.987
0.974
Sensible Capacity
(MBh)
1.105
1.051
0.998
0.945
0.892
Table 33. Airflow through coil J
Unit Model
Rated CFM
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Performance Data
Heating - 125 - Coil A, B, C
Table 34. VUV 125, hydronic heating coils A (1-row / 12 fpi), B (2-row / 12 fpi), C (2-row/ 16 fpi)
Coil
A
Entering
Air Temp,
Dry Bulb
(°F)
50
55
60
65
70
B
50
55
60
65
70
C
50
55
60
65
70
52
Entering
Water
Temp (°F)
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
29.4
41.1
52.8
64.7
27.8
38.8
50.0
61.2
26.2
36.6
47.2
57.7
24.6
34.4
44.3
54.3
23.1
32.2
41.5
50.8
34.8
49.2
63.4
77.6
33.0
46.5
60.0
73.4
31.1
43.9
56.6
69.2
29.2
41.3
53.2
65.1
27.4
38.6
49.8
60.9
36.9
52.1
67.2
82.2
34.9
49.2
63.6
77.7
32.9
46.5
60.0
73.3
30.9
43.7
56.4
69.0
28.9
40.9
52.7
64.5
2
Waterside
Temp Drop
(°F)
28.3
40.0
51.7
63.6
26.7
37.7
48.9
60.1
25.1
35.5
46.1
56.6
23.5
33.3
43.2
53.2
22.0
31.1
40.4
49.7
33.7
48.1
62.3
76.5
31.9
45.4
58.9
72.3
30.0
42.8
55.5
68.1
28.1
40.2
52.1
64.0
26.3
37.5
48.7
59.8
35.8
51.0
66.1
81.1
33.8
48.1
62.5
76.6
31.8
45.4
58.9
72.2
29.8
42.6
55.3
67.9
27.8
39.8
51.6
63.4
Flow Rate (gpm)
4
Waterside
Total
Temp Drop
Capacity
(°F)
(MBh)
36.3
17.6
50.8
24.8
65.3
32.1
80.0
39.4
34.3
16.6
48.0
23.4
61.8
30.3
75.7
37.3
32.4
15.6
45.3
22.1
58.3
28.6
71.4
35.1
30.4
14.6
42.6
20.7
54.8
26.8
67.1
33.0
28.5
13.7
39.9
19.4
51.3
25.1
62.8
30.8
46.1
22.5
64.8
31.8
83.5
41.2
102.2
50.5
43.6
21.2
61.3
30.1
79.0
38.9
96.7
47.8
41.1
20.0
57.8
28.3
74.5
36.7
91.2
45.0
38.7
18.8
54.3
26.6
70.0
34.4
85.8
42.3
36.2
17.5
50.8
24.8
65.6
32.2
80.3
39.6
50.3
24.6
70.7
34.8
91.1
45.0
111.6
55.2
47.6
23.2
66.9
32.9
86.2
42.5
105.6
52.2
44.9
21.9
63.1
31.0
81.3
40.1
99.6
49.2
42.2
20.5
59.3
29.1
76.5
37.7
93.6
46.2
39.5
19.2
55.5
27.2
71.5
35.2
87.6
43.2
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
39.4
55.1
70.9
86.7
37.2
52.1
67.0
82.0
35.1
49.1
63.2
77.4
33.0
46.2
59.4
72.7
30.9
43.2
55.6
68.1
51.1
71.8
92.5
113.3
48.4
67.9
87.5
107.2
45.6
64.0
82.5
101.1
42.9
60.2
77.6
95.0
40.1
56.3
72.6
88.9
56.3
79.1
102.0
124.9
53.3
74.8
96.5
118.2
50.2
70.6
91.0
111.5
47.2
66.3
85.6
104.8
44.2
62.1
80.1
98.1
6
Waterside
Temp Drop
(°F)
12.8
18.0
23.3
28.5
12.0
17.0
22.0
27.0
11.3
16.0
20.7
25.4
10.6
15.0
19.4
23.9
9.9
14.0
18.2
22.3
16.7
23.6
30.5
37.4
15.8
22.3
28.8
35.4
14.8
21.0
27.1
33.3
13.9
19.7
25.5
31.3
13.0
18.4
23.8
29.3
18.4
26.0
33.6
41.3
17.4
24.6
31.8
39.0
16.4
23.2
30.0
36.8
15.4
21.7
28.2
34.6
14.4
20.3
26.3
32.3
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Performance Data
Heating - 125 - Coil K, L
Table 35. VUV 125, steam heating coils K (low-capacity), L (high-capacity)
Size
1250
Coil
K
L
Entering
Air Temp,
Dry Bulb
(°F)
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
116.9
111.8
106.6
101.6
96.5
91.3
86.1
81.0
138.1
132.1
126.0
119.9
113.8
107.7
101.7
95.6
5
Airside
Temp Rise
(°F)
86.6
82.7
79.0
75.2
71.5
67.6
63.7
60.0
102.3
97.8
93.3
88.8
84.3
79.8
75.3
70.8
Steam Pressure (psig)
10
Airside
Total
Temp Rise
Capacity
(°F)
(MBh)
123.0
91.1
117.8
87.2
112.7
83.5
107.6
79.7
102.5
76.0
97.4
72.1
92.1
68.2
87.0
64.5
145.3
107.6
139.2
103.1
133.1
98.6
127.0
94.1
121.0
89.6
114.9
85.1
108.8
80.6
102.8
76.1
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
128.1
122.9
117.8
112.8
107.7
102.5
97.3
92.2
151.4
145.3
139.2
133.2
127.1
121.0
115.0
108.9
15
Airside
Temp Rise
(°F)
94.9
91.1
87.3
83.6
79.8
76.0
72.1
68.3
112.1
107.6
103.1
98.6
94.1
89.7
85.2
80.7
psig = steam pressure (lb/in.2 gage)
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Performance Data
Cooling - 150 - Coil D
Table 36. VUV 150, cooling coil D, 3-row / 12 fpi
Entering
Wet Bulb
Temp
(°F)
61
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp
(°F)
70
75
80
85
90
67
75
80
85
90
70
75
80
85
90
54
Entering
Water
Temp
(°F)
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
6
Sensible
Total
Capacity Capacity
(MBh)
(MBh)
30.9
23.0
29.2
22.2
26.6
21.1
24.1
19.9
33.7
29.8
31.8
28.8
29.0
27.3
26.2
25.8
37.3
36.0
35.3
34.9
32.2
32.2
29.1
29.1
41.7
41.7
39.4
39.4
35.9
35.9
32.5
32.5
46.5
46.5
43.9
43.9
40.1
40.1
36.2
36.2
42.1
24.7
39.8
23.9
36.3
22.7
32.8
21.5
44.2
32.0
41.8
31.0
38.1
29.4
34.5
27.8
47.1
39.1
44.5
37.8
40.6
35.8
36.7
33.9
50.5
45.9
47.7
44.4
43.5
42.1
39.4
39.4
48.0
21.6
45.3
20.9
41.3
19.9
37.4
18.8
49.3
29.1
46.5
28.1
42.5
26.7
38.4
25.2
51.4
36.4
48.6
35.2
44.3
33.4
40.1
31.6
54.2
43.6
51.2
42.2
46.7
40.0
42.2
37.8
ΔT
(°F)
10.7
10.1
9.3
8.4
11.6
11.0
10.1
9.1
12.8
12.2
11.1
10.1
14.3
13.5
12.4
11.2
15.9
15.0
13.8
12.5
14.4
13.7
12.5
11.3
15.1
14.3
13.1
11.9
16.1
15.2
13.9
12.6
17.2
16.3
14.9
13.5
16.4
15.5
14.2
12.9
16.8
15.9
14.6
13.2
17.5
16.6
15.2
13.8
18.5
17.5
16.0
14.5
Flow Rate (gpm)
8
Total
Sensible
Total
Capacity
Capacity Capacity ΔT
(MBh)
(°F) (MBh)
(MBh)
36.5
25.3
9.4
41.0
34.5
24.4
8.9
38.5
31.3
23.1
8.1
34.9
28.1
21.7
7.3
31.2
39.9
32.7
10.3
44.7
37.6
31.6
9.7
42.0
34.1
29.9
8.8
38.0
30.7
28.2
8.0
34.0
44.2
39.6
11.3
49.5
41.7
38.2
10.7
46.6
37.9
36.2
9.8
42.2
34.0
34.0
8.8
37.7
49.3
46.1
12.6
55.3
46.5
44.5
11.9
52.0
42.3
42.1
10.9
47.1
38.0
38.0
9.8
42.1
55.0
52.2
14.0
61.6
51.8
50.4
13.3
58.0
47.1
47.1
12.1
52.5
42.3
42.3
10.9
46.9
49.9
27.2
12.8
55.9
47.0
26.2
12.0
52.6
42.7
24.8
11.0
47.6
38.4
23.4
9.9
42.5
52.3
35.2
13.4
58.6
49.3
34.0
12.6
55.2
44.8
32.1
11.5
49.9
40.3
30.3
10.4
44.6
55.7
42.9
14.2
62.4
52.5
41.5
13.4
58.7
47.7
39.2
12.2
53.1
42.9
37.0
11.0
47.5
59.7
50.5
15.2
67.0
56.3
48.7
14.4
63.0
51.2
46.1
13.1
57.0
46.0
43.4
11.8
51.0
56.7
23.8
14.5
63.6
53.5
23.0
13.7
59.8
48.6
21.7
12.5
54.1
43.7
20.5
11.2
48.4
58.3
32.0
14.9
65.3
55.0
30.8
14.0
61.5
49.9
29.2
12.8
55.6
44.9
27.5
11.5
49.7
60.8
40.0
15.5
68.2
57.4
38.6
14.6
64.2
52.1
36.5
13.3
58.0
46.8
34.4
12.0
51.9
64.1
47.9
16.3
71.9
60.5
46.3
15.4
67.6
54.9
43.8
14.0
61.2
49.4
41.3
12.6
54.7
10
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
27.0
26.0
24.5
23.0
34.9
33.6
31.7
29.8
42.3
40.7
38.4
36.0
49.2
47.4
44.6
41.9
55.7
53.7
50.6
46.9
29.0
27.9
26.3
24.7
37.5
36.1
34.1
32.0
45.8
44.1
41.6
39.1
53.9
51.9
48.9
45.9
25.4
24.4
23.0
21.6
34.1
32.8
30.9
29.1
42.7
41.1
38.7
36.4
51.2
49.3
46.4
43.6
ΔT
(°F)
8.4
7.9
7.2
6.5
9.2
8.6
7.8
7.0
10.1
9.6
8.7
7.8
11.3
10.6
9.7
8.7
12.6
11.8
10.7
9.6
11.4
10.8
9.8
8.7
12.0
11.3
10.2
9.2
12.7
12.0
10.9
9.7
13.6
12.8
11.6
10.4
13.0
12.2
11.1
9.9
13.3
12.5
11.4
10.2
13.9
13.1
11.8
10.6
14.6
13.8
12.5
11.2
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
46.9
43.9
39.4
34.9
51.1
47.9
43.0
38.0
56.7
53.1
47.7
42.2
63.3
59.3
53.2
47.1
70.5
66.1
59.3
52.5
63.9
59.9
53.8
47.6
67.1
62.9
56.5
49.9
71.4
66.9
60.1
53.2
76.6
71.8
64.5
57.0
72.8
68.2
61.2
54.2
74.8
70.1
62.9
55.7
78.0
73.1
65.7
58.1
82.2
77.1
69.2
61.2
14
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
29.3
28.1
26.3
24.5
38.0
36.4
34.0
31.8
46.0
44.0
41.2
38.5
53.5
51.2
48.0
44.8
60.6
58.0
54.3
50.7
31.5
30.2
28.3
26.4
40.8
39.1
36.6
34.2
49.8
47.7
44.7
41.7
58.5
56.1
52.5
49.0
27.6
26.4
24.8
23.1
37.1
35.5
33.2
31.0
46.4
44.5
41.6
38.9
55.6
53.3
49.9
46.5
ΔT
(°F)
6.9
6.4
5.8
5.2
7.5
7.0
6.3
5.6
8.3
7.8
7.0
6.2
9.2
8.6
7.8
6.9
10.2
9.6
8.6
7.7
9.3
8.7
7.9
7.0
9.8
9.2
8.2
7.3
10.4
9.7
8.8
7.8
11.1
10.4
9.4
8.3
10.6
9.9
8.9
7.9
10.9
10.2
9.2
8.1
11.3
10.6
9.5
8.5
11.9
11.2
10.1
8.9
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Performance Data
Cooling - 150 - Coil E
Table 37. VUV 150, cooling coil E, 3-row / 16 fpi
Entering
Wet Bulb
Temp
(°F)
61
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp
(°F)
70
75
80
85
90
67
75
80
85
90
70
75
80
85
90
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Entering
Water
Temp
(°F)
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
6
Sensible
Total
Capacity Capacity
(MBh)
(MBh)
31.8
23.1
30.1
22.4
27.4
21.2
24.8
20.1
34.7
30.0
32.8
29.0
29.9
27.5
27.0
26.0
38.5
36.3
36.4
35.1
33.2
33.2
30.0
30.0
42.9
42.2
40.6
40.6
37.0
37.0
33.5
33.5
47.9
47.8
45.2
45.2
41.3
41.3
37.3
37.3
43.4
24.9
41.0
24.1
37.4
22.9
33.8
21.6
45.5
32.2
43.0
31.2
39.3
29.6
35.5
28.0
48.5
39.3
45.8
38.1
41.8
36.1
37.8
34.1
52.0
46.2
49.2
44.7
44.9
42.4
40.5
40.1
49.4
21.8
46.7
21.1
42.6
20.0
38.5
18.9
50.7
29.3
48.0
28.3
43.8
26.9
39.5
25.4
52.9
36.6
50.0
35.5
45.7
33.6
41.3
31.8
55.8
43.9
52.8
42.5
48.1
40.3
43.5
38.1
ΔT
(°F)
11.0
10.4
9.5
8.7
12.0
11.3
10.4
9.4
13.2
12.5
11.5
10.4
14.7
13.9
12.7
11.6
16.3
15.5
14.2
12.8
14.9
14.1
12.9
11.7
15.6
14.7
13.5
12.2
16.6
15.7
14.3
13.0
17.7
16.8
15.4
13.9
16.9
16.0
14.6
13.2
17.3
16.4
15.0
13.6
18.0
17.1
15.6
14.2
19.0
18.0
16.4
14.9
Flow Rate (gpm)
8
Total
Sensible
Total
Capacity
Capacity Capacity ΔT
(MBh)
(°F) (MBh)
(MBh)
37.7
25.4
9.7
42.2
35.5
24.6
9.2
39.7
32.3
23.2
8.4
36.0
29.0
21.9
7.6
32.2
41.1
33.0
10.6
46.0
38.7
31.8
10.0
43.3
35.2
30.1
9.1
39.2
31.6
28.3
8.2
35.1
45.5
39.9
11.7
51.0
43.0
38.5
11.0
48.1
39.1
36.4
10.1
43.5
35.1
34.3
9.1
38.9
50.8
46.4
13.0
57.0
48.0
44.8
12.3
53.6
43.6
42.4
11.2
48.6
39.2
39.2
10.1
43.4
56.7
52.6
14.5
63.5
53.5
50.8
13.7
59.8
48.6
48.0
12.4
54.1
43.7
43.7
11.2
48.4
51.4
27.4
13.1
57.6
48.5
26.4
12.4
54.2
44.1
25.0
11.3
49.1
39.6
23.5
10.2
43.9
53.9
35.4
13.8
60.4
50.8
34.2
13.0
56.9
46.2
32.3
11.9
51.5
41.5
30.4
10.7
46.0
57.4
43.3
14.6
64.3
54.1
41.7
13.8
60.5
49.2
39.5
12.6
54.8
44.2
37.2
11.4
49.0
61.6
50.8
15.7
69.0
58.1
49.1
14.8
65.0
52.8
46.4
13.5
58.8
47.5
43.7
12.2
52.6
58.5
24.0
14.9
65.5
55.2
23.1
14.1
61.7
50.1
21.9
12.8
55.9
45.1
20.6
11.6
49.9
60.1
32.2
15.3
67.3
56.7
31.1
14.5
63.4
51.5
29.4
13.2
57.4
46.3
27.6
11.9
51.3
62.7
40.3
16.0
70.2
59.1
38.9
15.1
66.1
53.8
36.8
13.7
59.9
48.3
34.6
12.4
53.5
66.1
48.3
16.8
74.0
62.3
46.6
15.9
69.7
56.7
44.0
14.5
63.1
50.9
41.5
13.0
56.4
10
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
27.2
26.1
24.6
23.1
35.2
33.9
31.9
29.9
42.6
41.0
38.6
36.2
49.6
47.7
44.9
42.1
56.1
54.0
50.9
47.7
29.2
28.1
26.5
24.8
37.8
36.4
34.3
32.2
46.2
44.4
41.8
39.3
54.3
52.2
49.2
46.1
25.6
24.6
23.2
21.7
34.4
33.1
31.1
29.2
43.0
41.4
39.0
36.6
51.5
49.6
46.7
43.8
ΔT
(°F)
8.7
8.2
7.4
6.7
9.4
8.9
8.1
7.3
10.4
9.8
8.9
8.0
11.6
11.0
9.9
8.9
12.9
12.2
11.1
9.9
11.8
11.1
10.1
9.0
12.3
11.6
10.5
9.4
13.1
12.3
11.2
10.0
14.0
13.2
12.0
10.8
13.3
12.6
11.4
10.2
13.7
12.9
11.7
10.5
14.3
13.5
12.2
10.9
15.0
14.2
12.9
11.5
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
48.2
45.2
40.6
36.0
52.6
49.3
44.3
39.2
58.3
54.7
49.2
43.5
65.1
61.0
54.9
48.6
72.6
68.0
61.2
54.1
65.8
61.7
55.5
49.1
69.0
64.7
58.2
51.5
73.5
68.9
61.9
54.8
78.8
73.9
66.5
58.8
74.9
70.2
63.1
55.9
76.9
72.1
64.8
57.4
80.3
75.3
67.7
59.9
84.6
79.4
71.3
63.1
14
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
29.5
28.3
26.4
24.6
38.3
36.7
34.3
31.9
46.4
44.4
41.5
38.6
53.9
51.6
48.3
44.9
61.1
58.5
54.7
50.9
31.8
30.5
28.5
26.5
41.2
39.4
36.8
34.3
50.2
48.1
45.0
41.9
59.0
56.6
52.8
49.2
27.8
26.7
24.9
23.2
37.4
35.8
33.5
31.2
46.8
44.8
41.9
39.0
56.1
53.7
50.2
46.7
ΔT
(°F)
7.1
6.6
6.0
5.3
7.7
7.2
6.5
5.8
8.5
8.0
7.2
6.4
9.5
8.9
8.0
7.1
10.5
9.9
8.9
7.9
9.6
9.0
8.1
7.2
10.0
9.4
8.5
7.5
10.7
10.0
9.0
8.0
11.4
10.7
9.7
8.6
10.9
10.2
9.2
8.2
11.2
10.5
9.4
8.4
11.6
10.9
9.8
8.7
12.3
11.5
10.4
9.2
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Performance Data
Cooling - 150 - Coil F
Table 38.
Entering
Wet Bulb
Temp
(°F)
61
VUV 150, cooling coil F, 4-row / 12 fpi
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp
(°F)
70
75
80
85
90
67
75
80
85
90
70
75
80
85
90
56
Entering
Water
Temp
(°F)
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
6
Sensible
Total
Capacity Capacity
(MBh)
(MBh)
32.8
23.5
31.0
22.7
28.3
21.6
25.6
20.4
35.8
30.4
33.8
29.4
30.9
28.0
27.9
26.5
39.7
36.8
37.5
35.6
34.3
33.9
30.9
30.9
44.3
42.8
41.9
41.5
38.2
38.2
34.5
34.5
49.4
48.5
46.7
46.7
42.6
42.6
38.5
38.5
44.8
25.2
42.3
24.4
38.6
23.2
34.9
22.0
47.0
32.7
44.4
31.6
40.5
30.1
36.6
28.5
50.0
39.9
47.3
38.6
43.2
36.7
38.9
34.8
53.7
46.9
50.7
45.4
46.3
43.2
41.8
40.9
51.0
22.1
48.2
21.4
44.0
20.3
39.7
19.3
52.3
29.7
49.5
28.7
45.2
27.3
40.8
25.9
54.6
37.2
51.7
36.0
47.1
34.2
42.5
32.4
57.6
44.5
54.5
43.1
49.7
41.0
44.8
38.8
ΔT
(°F)
11.3
10.7
9.8
8.9
12.3
11.7
10.7
9.7
13.6
12.9
11.8
10.7
15.2
14.4
13.1
11.9
16.9
16.0
14.6
13.2
15.3
14.5
13.3
12.0
16.1
15.2
13.9
12.6
17.1
16.2
14.8
13.4
18.3
17.3
15.8
14.3
17.4
16.5
15.1
13.6
17.8
16.9
15.5
14.0
18.6
17.6
16.1
14.6
19.6
18.5
17.0
15.3
Flow Rate (gpm)
8
Total
Sensible
Total
Capacity
Capacity Capacity ΔT
(MBh)
(°F) (MBh)
(MBh)
39.0
25.9
10.0
44.0
36.8
25.0
9.5
41.5
33.5
23.6
8.7
37.6
30.1
22.3
7.8
33.7
42.5
33.5
10.9
48.0
40.1
32.4
10.3
45.3
36.5
30.6
9.4
41.0
32.8
28.9
8.5
36.7
47.2
40.6
12.1
53.2
44.5
39.2
11.4
50.2
40.5
37.1
10.4
45.5
36.4
35.0
9.4
40.7
52.6
47.2
13.5
59.4
49.7
45.6
12.7
56.0
45.2
43.1
11.6
50.8
40.6
40.6
10.5
45.5
58.7
53.4
15.0
66.2
55.4
51.6
14.1
62.4
50.4
48.9
12.9
56.6
45.3
45.3
11.6
50.7
53.2
27.8
13.6
60.1
50.2
26.9
12.9
56.6
45.7
25.4
11.7
51.3
41.1
24.0
10.6
46.0
55.8
36.0
14.3
63.0
52.7
34.8
13.5
59.4
47.9
32.9
12.3
53.9
43.1
31.1
11.1
48.2
59.4
44.0
15.2
67.1
56.1
42.5
14.3
63.2
51.0
40.2
13.1
57.3
45.9
37.9
11.8
51.3
63.7
51.7
16.2
72.0
60.2
49.9
15.3
67.8
54.8
47.2
14.0
61.5
49.2
44.6
12.6
55.1
60.5
24.4
15.4
68.4
57.2
23.5
14.6
64.4
52.0
22.3
13.3
58.4
46.7
21.0
12.0
52.3
62.2
32.7
15.8
70.2
58.7
31.6
15.0
66.2
53.4
29.9
13.7
60.0
48.0
28.2
12.3
53.7
64.9
41.0
16.5
73.3
61.3
39.6
15.6
69.1
55.7
37.5
14.2
62.6
50.1
35.3
12.8
56.1
68.4
49.1
17.4
77.2
64.6
47.4
16.4
72.8
58.8
44.9
15.0
66.0
52.8
42.3
13.5
59.1
10
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
27.7
26.7
25.2
23.6
35.9
34.6
32.6
30.6
43.4
41.9
39.5
37.1
50.5
48.7
45.9
43.1
57.3
55.2
52.0
48.9
29.8
28.7
27.1
25.4
38.6
37.2
35.0
32.9
47.1
45.4
42.8
40.2
55.3
53.3
50.3
47.2
26.1
25.1
23.7
22.3
35.0
33.8
31.8
29.9
43.9
42.3
39.9
37.5
52.6
50.6
47.8
44.9
ΔT
(°F)
9.0
8.5
7.8
7.0
9.8
9.3
8.4
7.6
10.9
10.3
9.3
8.4
12.1
11.4
10.4
9.3
13.5
12.7
11.6
10.4
12.2
11.6
10.5
9.4
12.8
12.1
11.0
9.9
13.7
12.9
11.7
10.5
14.6
13.8
12.5
11.3
13.9
13.1
11.9
10.7
14.3
13.5
12.2
11.0
14.9
14.1
12.8
11.5
15.7
14.8
13.4
12.1
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
51.2
48.1
43.4
38.5
55.9
52.5
47.3
42.0
62.0
58.2
52.5
46.6
69.2
65.0
58.6
52.0
77.1
72.4
65.3
58.0
69.9
65.7
59.2
52.6
73.4
68.9
62.1
55.2
78.1
73.4
66.1
58.7
83.8
78.7
71.0
63.0
79.6
74.8
67.4
59.9
81.7
76.8
69.2
61.5
85.3
80.1
72.3
64.2
89.9
84.5
76.2
67.6
14
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
30.4
29.2
27.3
25.4
39.4
37.8
35.4
33.0
47.7
45.7
42.8
39.9
55.5
53.2
49.8
46.4
62.9
60.3
56.4
52.6
32.7
31.4
29.4
27.4
42.4
40.6
38.0
35.4
51.7
49.6
46.4
43.3
60.8
58.3
54.5
50.8
28.6
27.5
25.7
24.0
38.5
36.9
34.5
32.2
48.2
46.2
43.2
40.3
57.7
55.3
51.8
48.3
ΔT
(°F)
7.5
7.0
6.4
5.7
8.2
7.7
6.9
6.2
9.0
8.5
7.7
6.8
10.1
9.5
8.5
7.6
11.2
10.5
9.5
8.5
10.2
9.6
8.6
7.7
10.6
10.0
9.0
8.1
11.3
10.7
9.6
8.6
12.1
11.4
10.3
9.2
11.5
10.9
9.8
8.7
11.8
11.1
10.1
9.0
12.4
11.6
10.5
9.3
13.0
12.2
11.1
9.8
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Performance Data
Cooling - 150 - Coil G
Table 39. VUV 150, cooling coil G, 4-row / 16 fpi
Entering
Wet Bulb
Temp
(°F)
61
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp
(°F)
70
75
80
85
90
67
75
80
85
90
70
75
80
85
90
UV-PRC003-EN
Entering
Water
Temp
(°F)
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
6
Sensible
Total
Capacity Capacity
(MBh)
(MBh)
33.6
24.0
31.8
23.2
29.2
22.2
26.4
21.0
36.7
31.1
34.7
30.1
31.9
28.7
28.8
27.2
40.7
37.6
38.5
36.5
35.3
34.8
31.9
31.9
45.4
43.8
43.0
42.4
39.4
39.4
35.6
35.6
50.6
49.6
47.9
47.9
44.0
44.0
39.7
39.7
45.9
25.8
43.4
25.0
39.9
23.9
36.0
22.6
48.2
33.4
45.6
32.4
41.8
30.9
37.7
29.3
51.3
40.8
48.5
39.5
44.5
37.7
40.2
35.7
55.0
47.9
52.0
46.5
47.8
44.3
43.1
42.0
52.2
22.6
49.4
21.9
45.4
20.9
40.9
19.8
53.7
30.4
50.8
29.4
46.6
28.1
42.1
26.6
56.0
38.0
53.0
36.8
48.6
35.1
43.9
33.3
59.0
45.5
55.8
44.1
51.3
42.1
46.3
39.9
ΔT
(°F)
11.6
11.0
10.1
9.2
12.6
12.0
11.0
10.0
14.0
13.2
12.2
11.0
15.5
14.7
13.5
12.3
17.3
16.4
15.1
13.6
15.7
14.9
13.7
12.4
16.5
15.6
14.3
13.0
17.5
16.6
15.2
13.8
18.7
17.7
16.3
14.8
17.8
16.9
15.5
14.0
18.3
17.3
15.9
14.4
19.1
18.1
16.6
15.0
20.1
19.0
17.5
15.8
Flow Rate (gpm)
8
Total
Sensible
Total
Capacity
Capacity Capacity ΔT
(MBh)
(°F) (MBh)
(MBh)
40.1
26.5
10.3
45.5
37.8
25.6
9.8
42.7
34.5
24.3
8.9
38.8
31.1
22.9
8.1
34.8
43.8
34.4
11.2
49.6
41.3
33.1
10.6
46.6
37.7
31.5
9.7
42.3
33.9
29.7
8.8
38.0
48.6
41.6
12.4
55.0
45.8
40.1
11.7
51.7
41.8
38.1
10.7
47.0
37.6
36.0
9.7
42.1
54.2
48.4
13.8
61.4
51.1
46.7
13.1
57.7
46.6
44.3
12.0
52.4
42.0
41.8
10.8
47.0
60.4
54.8
15.4
68.4
56.9
52.9
14.5
64.3
52.0
50.2
13.3
58.4
46.8
46.8
12.0
52.4
54.8
28.5
14.0
62.0
51.6
27.5
13.2
58.3
47.1
26.1
12.1
53.0
42.4
24.7
10.9
47.5
57.5
36.9
14.7
65.1
54.2
35.6
13.8
61.1
49.4
33.8
12.7
55.6
44.5
31.9
11.4
49.9
61.2
45.1
15.6
69.3
57.7
43.5
14.7
65.1
52.6
41.3
13.5
59.2
47.4
39.0
12.1
53.1
65.6
53.0
16.7
74.3
61.9
51.1
15.8
69.8
56.5
48.5
14.4
63.5
50.8
45.8
13.0
56.9
62.3
25.0
15.9
70.6
58.8
24.1
15.0
66.3
53.6
22.9
13.7
60.3
48.3
21.6
12.4
54.1
64.0
33.6
16.3
72.5
60.3
32.4
15.4
68.1
55.1
30.7
14.1
61.9
49.6
29.0
12.7
55.6
66.8
42.0
17.0
75.7
63.0
40.5
16.0
71.1
57.5
38.5
14.7
64.6
51.8
36.3
13.2
58.0
70.5
50.3
17.9
79.8
66.4
48.6
16.9
74.9
60.6
46.1
15.5
68.1
54.6
43.5
13.9
61.1
10
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
28.5
27.4
25.8
24.3
36.9
35.4
33.5
31.5
44.7
42.9
40.5
38.1
52.0
49.9
47.2
44.3
58.9
56.6
53.4
50.2
30.6
29.4
27.8
26.2
39.7
38.1
36.0
33.9
48.4
46.5
43.9
41.3
56.9
54.7
51.6
48.6
26.8
25.8
24.3
22.9
36.0
34.6
32.7
30.7
45.1
43.4
40.9
38.5
54.0
51.9
49.0
46.1
ΔT
(°F)
9.3
8.8
8.0
7.2
10.2
9.6
8.7
7.8
11.2
10.6
9.6
8.7
12.5
11.8
10.7
9.6
13.9
13.1
11.9
10.7
12.6
11.9
10.8
9.7
13.3
12.5
11.4
10.2
14.1
13.3
12.1
10.9
15.1
14.2
12.9
11.6
14.4
13.5
12.3
11.1
14.7
13.9
12.6
11.3
15.4
14.5
13.2
11.8
16.2
15.2
13.9
12.5
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
53.1
49.7
44.8
39.9
58.0
54.2
48.8
43.5
64.3
60.1
54.2
48.3
71.7
67.0
60.5
53.9
80.0
74.7
67.4
60.1
72.5
67.8
61.1
54.4
76.1
71.1
64.1
57.1
81.0
75.7
68.2
60.8
86.9
81.2
73.2
65.3
82.5
77.1
69.5
62.0
84.8
79.2
71.4
63.7
88.5
82.7
74.5
66.4
93.2
87.1
78.6
70.0
14
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
31.4
29.9
28.0
26.2
40.6
38.8
36.3
33.9
49.2
47.0
44.0
41.0
57.2
54.6
51.1
47.8
64.8
61.9
57.9
54.1
33.7
32.2
30.2
28.2
43.7
41.7
39.0
36.5
53.3
50.9
47.7
44.5
62.7
59.8
56.0
52.3
29.5
28.2
26.4
24.6
39.7
37.9
35.5
33.1
49.7
47.4
44.4
41.5
59.5
56.8
53.2
49.7
ΔT
(°F)
7.8
7.3
6.6
5.9
8.4
7.9
7.1
6.4
9.4
8.8
7.9
7.1
10.4
9.7
8.8
7.9
11.6
10.8
9.8
8.7
10.5
9.8
8.9
7.9
11.0
10.3
9.3
8.3
11.7
11.0
9.9
8.9
12.6
11.8
10.6
9.5
12.0
11.2
10.1
9.0
12.3
11.5
10.4
9.3
12.8
12.0
10.8
9.7
13.5
12.6
11.4
10.2
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Performance Data
Cooling - 150 - Coil H
Table 40. VUV 150, cooling coil H, 3-row / 16 fpi, EarthWise
Entering
Wet Bulb
Temp
(°F)
61
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp
(°F)
70
75
80
85
90
67
75
80
85
90
70
75
80
85
90
58
Entering
Water
Temp
(°F)
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
40
42
45
48
6
Sensible
Total
Capacity Capacity
(MBh)
(MBh)
35.4
23.7
33.6
23.0
30.9
21.9
28.1
20.7
38.7
30.8
36.7
29.8
33.7
28.4
30.6
26.9
42.9
37.3
40.7
36.1
37.4
34.4
33.9
32.5
47.8
43.3
45.4
42.0
41.7
40.0
37.9
37.8
53.3
49.1
50.6
47.6
46.5
45.3
42.2
42.2
48.3
25.6
45.9
24.8
42.1
23.6
38.3
22.3
50.7
33.1
48.2
32.1
44.2
30.5
40.2
28.9
54.0
40.4
51.3
39.2
47.1
37.3
42.8
35.3
57.9
47.5
55.0
46.0
50.5
43.8
45.9
41.4
55.0
22.4
52.2
21.7
48.0
20.6
43.6
19.5
56.5
30.0
53.7
29.1
49.3
27.7
44.8
26.2
59.0
37.6
56.0
36.5
51.4
34.7
46.7
32.9
62.2
45.1
59.0
43.7
54.2
41.6
49.2
39.4
ΔT
(°F)
12.2
11.6
10.7
9.7
13.3
12.6
11.6
10.6
14.7
14.0
12.9
11.7
16.3
15.5
14.3
13.0
18.2
17.3
15.9
14.5
16.5
15.7
14.4
13.2
17.3
16.4
15.1
13.8
18.4
17.5
16.1
14.7
19.7
18.7
17.2
15.7
18.7
17.8
16.4
14.9
19.2
18.3
16.8
15.3
20.1
19.1
17.5
16.0
21.1
20.1
18.5
16.8
Flow Rate (gpm)
8
Total
Sensible
Total
Capacity
Capacity Capacity ΔT
(MBh)
(°F) (MBh)
(MBh)
41.3
25.7
10.6
45.5
39.1
24.9
10.1
43.0
35.8
23.6
9.2
39.2
32.4
22.3
8.4
35.4
45.0
33.4
11.5
49.6
42.6
32.3
11.0
46.9
39.0
30.6
10.1
42.8
35.3
28.9
9.1
38.6
49.9
40.4
12.8
55.0
47.3
39.1
12.1
52.0
43.3
37.0
11.1
47.4
39.2
35.0
10.1
42.8
55.7
47.0
14.2
61.4
52.8
45.4
13.5
58.1
48.3
43.1
12.4
52.9
43.7
40.7
11.2
47.7
62.1
53.2
15.8
68.5
58.8
51.5
15.0
64.7
53.8
48.8
13.8
59.0
48.7
46.1
12.5
53.2
56.3
27.7
14.4
62.1
53.3
26.8
13.6
58.7
48.8
25.4
12.5
53.5
44.2
24.0
11.3
48.2
59.1
35.9
15.1
65.1
55.9
34.7
14.3
61.6
51.2
32.9
13.1
56.1
46.4
31.1
11.9
50.6
62.9
43.8
16.0
69.3
59.6
42.3
15.2
65.5
54.5
40.1
13.9
59.8
49.4
37.9
12.6
53.9
67.5
51.4
17.2
74.4
63.9
49.8
16.3
70.3
58.5
47.2
14.9
64.1
53.0
44.6
13.5
57.8
64.1
24.3
16.3
70.7
60.7
23.5
15.5
66.8
55.5
22.2
14.2
60.9
50.3
21.0
12.9
54.9
65.8
32.6
16.7
72.6
62.3
31.5
15.9
68.6
57.1
29.9
14.6
62.6
51.7
28.2
13.2
56.4
68.7
40.8
17.5
75.7
65.1
39.5
16.6
71.6
59.5
37.4
15.2
65.3
53.9
35.3
13.8
58.9
72.4
48.9
18.4
79.8
68.6
47.3
17.4
75.5
62.8
44.8
16.0
68.8
56.8
42.3
14.5
62.1
10
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
27.2
26.2
24.8
23.3
35.2
34.0
32.1
30.2
42.7
41.1
38.9
36.6
49.6
47.9
45.2
42.6
56.2
54.2
51.2
48.2
29.3
28.2
26.7
25.1
37.9
36.5
34.5
32.5
46.2
44.6
42.1
39.7
54.3
52.4
49.5
46.6
25.6
24.7
23.3
22.0
34.4
33.2
31.3
29.5
43.1
41.6
39.3
37.0
51.6
49.8
47.0
44.3
ΔT
(°F)
9.3
8.8
8.1
7.3
10.2
9.6
8.8
8.0
11.2
10.6
9.7
8.8
12.5
11.8
10.8
9.8
13.9
13.2
12.0
10.9
12.7
12.0
10.9
9.9
13.3
12.6
11.5
10.4
14.1
13.3
12.2
11.0
15.1
14.3
13.1
11.8
14.4
13.6
12.4
11.2
14.8
14.0
12.7
11.5
15.4
14.6
13.3
12.0
16.2
15.3
14.0
12.6
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
50.5
47.5
43.0
38.4
55.1
51.9
46.9
41.9
61.1
57.5
52.0
46.5
68.2
64.2
58.1
51.9
76.0
71.6
64.7
57.8
69.0
64.9
58.7
52.4
72.3
68.1
61.6
55.0
77.0
72.5
65.6
58.6
82.6
77.8
70.3
62.8
78.5
73.8
66.8
59.7
80.6
75.9
68.6
61.3
84.1
79.2
71.6
64.0
88.7
83.4
75.5
67.4
14
Sensible
Capacity
(MBh)
29.2
28.0
26.2
24.5
37.8
36.2
34.0
31.8
45.7
43.9
41.2
38.5
53.2
51.1
47.9
44.8
60.3
57.8
54.2
50.7
31.4
30.1
28.2
26.4
40.6
39.0
36.5
34.2
49.6
47.6
44.6
41.7
58.3
55.9
52.4
49.0
27.5
26.4
24.7
23.1
36.9
35.4
33.2
31.0
46.2
44.3
41.6
38.9
55.3
53.1
49.8
46.6
ΔT
(°F)
7.4
7.0
6.3
5.7
8.0
7.6
6.9
6.2
8.9
8.4
7.6
6.8
9.9
9.3
8.5
7.6
11.0
10.4
9.4
8.4
10.0
9.4
8.6
7.7
10.5
9.9
9.0
8.0
11.2
10.5
9.5
8.5
12.0
11.3
10.2
9.1
11.4
10.7
9.7
8.7
11.7
11.0
10.0
8.9
12.2
11.5
10.4
9.3
12.8
12.1
11.0
9.8
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Performance Data
Cooling - 150 - Coil (DX)
Table 41.
Size EWB
1500 61
64
67
70
73
VUV 150, cooling coil J (DX)
Suct
Temp
40
45
50
40
45
50
40
45
50
40
45
50
40
45
50
TC
41.7
34.9
28.2
49.5
41.5
33.5
58.6
49.1
39.7
EDB = 70°F
SC
LDB
27.5
53.0
25.0
54.5
22.5
56.1
23.7
55.3
21.6
56.6
19.4
58.0
19.0
58.2
17.3
59.3
15.5
60.4
LWB
51.1
52.8
54.5
52.8
54.8
56.7
54.5
56.8
58.9
TC
45.6
38.2
30.9
52.2
43.7
35.3
60.5
50.7
40.9
70.1
58.8
47.4
EDB = 75°F
SC
LDB
36.3
52.5
33.0
54.6
29.7
56.6
33.4
54.3
30.4
56.2
27.3
58.1
29.2
56.9
26.6
58.5
23.9
60.2
24.1
60.1
21.9
61.4
19.7
62.8
LWB
50.0
51.9
53.8
52.1
54.2
56.2
53.9
56.3
58.6
55.7
58.3
60.8
TC
50.5
42.4
34.2
55.5
46.5
37.6
62.7
52.6
42.4
71.7
60.1
48.5
82.0
68.7
55.4
EDB = 80°F
SC
LDB
44.5
52.4
40.5
54.9
34.2
58.8
42.4
53.7
38.6
56.1
34.7
58.5
38.9
55.9
35.4
58.1
31.8
60.3
34.2
58.8
31.1
60.7
28.0
62.7
28.6
62.3
26.0
63.9
23.4
65.5
LWB
48.6
50.8
52.9
51.2
53.5
55.6
53.3
55.8
58.2
55.2
58.0
60.5
57.1
60.0
62.8
TC
56.5
47.3
38.2
59.7
50.1
40.4
65.6
55.0
44.4
73.6
61.7
49.8
83.3
69.8
56.4
EDB = 85°F
SC
LDB
52.2
52.7
47.3
55.7
38.2
61.3
51.0
53.4
46.4
56.3
40.4
60.0
48.2
55.1
43.8
57.9
39.4
60.6
44.0
57.7
40.0
60.2
36.0
62.7
38.6
61.1
35.1
63.3
31.6
65.4
LWB
46.9
49.4
51.9
50.0
52.5
54.9
52.5
55.2
57.7
54.7
57.5
60.2
56.7
59.7
62.6
EDB = Entering Air Temperature, Dry Bulb (°F)
EWB = Entering Air Temperature, Wet Bulb (°F)
TC = Total Capacity (MBh)
SC = Sensible Capacity (MBh)
LDB = Leaving Air Temperature, Dry Bulb (°F)
LWB = Leaving Air Temperature, Wet Bulb (°F)
Table 42. Airflow correction (% of design airflow)
%
120
110
100
90
80
Total Capacity
(MBh)
1.025
1.012
1.000
0.987
0.974
Sensible Capacity
(MBh)
1.105
1.051
0.998
0.945
0.892
Table 43. Airflow through coil J
Unit Model
Rated cfm
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Performance Data
Heating - 150 - Coil A, B, C
Table 44. VUV 150, hydronic heating coils A (1-row / 12 fpi), B (2-row / 12 fpi), C (2-row / 16 fpi)
Coil
A
Entering
Air Temp,
Dry Bulb
(°F)
50
55
60
65
70
B
50
55
60
65
70
C
50
55
60
65
70
60
Entering
Water
Temp (°F)
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
120
140
160
180
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
35.1
48.9
62.7
76.5
33.2
46.3
59.3
72.4
31.3
43.6
55.9
68.3
29.5
41.0
52.6
64.2
27.6
38.4
49.2
60.0
39.0
53.9
68.9
84.0
36.9
51.0
65.2
79.5
34.8
48.1
61.5
75.0
32.7
45.2
57.8
70.5
30.6
42.3
54.1
65.9
39.5
54.5
69.7
84.9
37.3
51.6
65.9
80.3
35.2
48.6
62.2
75.8
33.1
45.7
58.4
71.2
31.0
42.8
54.7
66.7
2
Waterside
Temp Drop
(°F)
33.9
47.7
61.5
75.3
32.0
45.1
58.1
71.2
30.1
42.4
54.7
67.1
28.3
39.8
51.4
63.0
26.4
37.2
48.0
58.8
37.8
52.7
67.7
82.8
35.7
49.8
64.0
78.3
33.6
46.9
60.3
73.8
31.5
44.0
56.6
69.3
29.4
41.1
52.9
64.7
38.3
53.3
68.5
83.7
36.1
50.4
64.7
79.1
34.0
47.4
61.0
74.6
31.9
44.5
57.2
70.0
29.8
41.6
53.5
65.5
Flow Rate (gpm)
4
Waterside
Total
Temp Drop
Capacity
(°F)
(MBh)
44.1
21.5
61.8
30.3
79.6
39.2
97.5
48.2
41.7
20.3
58.5
28.7
75.3
37.1
92.2
45.5
39.3
19.1
55.2
27.0
71.0
34.9
87.0
42.9
37.0
17.9
51.9
25.4
66.8
32.8
81.8
40.3
34.6
16.7
48.5
23.7
62.5
30.7
76.5
37.7
54.5
26.7
76.9
37.9
99.4
49.1
122.0
60.4
51.5
25.2
72.7
35.8
94.0
46.4
115.4
57.1
48.6
23.7
68.6
33.7
88.7
43.8
108.8
53.8
45.7
22.3
64.5
31.7
83.4
41.1
102.3
50.6
42.7
20.8
60.3
29.6
78.0
38.4
95.7
47.3
56.0
27.4
79.1
39.0
102.2
50.5
125.3
62.1
53.0
25.9
74.8
36.8
96.7
47.8
118.6
58.7
50.0
24.4
70.6
34.7
91.2
45.0
111.8
55.3
47.0
22.9
66.3
32.6
85.7
42.3
105.1
52.0
44.0
21.4
62.1
30.5
80.2
39.5
98.4
48.6
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
48.3
67.7
87.1
106.6
45.7
64.0
82.4
100.8
43.1
60.4
77.7
95.1
40.5
56.8
73.1
89.4
37.9
53.1
68.4
83.7
63.0
88.7
114.4
140.2
59.6
83.9
108.2
132.6
56.2
79.1
102.1
125.1
52.8
74.4
96.0
117.6
49.4
69.6
89.8
110.0
65.0
91.5
118.1
144.6
61.5
86.6
111.7
136.8
58.0
81.7
105.3
129.1
54.6
76.8
99.0
121.3
51.1
71.8
92.7
113.5
6
Waterside
Temp Drop
(°F)
15.7
22.2
28.6
35.1
14.8
20.9
27.1
33.2
14.0
19.7
25.5
31.3
13.1
18.5
24.0
29.4
12.2
17.3
22.4
27.5
20.6
29.2
37.7
46.3
19.5
27.6
35.7
43.8
18.3
26.0
33.6
41.3
17.2
24.4
31.6
38.8
16.1
22.8
29.5
36.3
21.3
30.1
39.0
47.8
20.1
28.5
36.8
45.2
18.9
26.8
34.7
42.6
17.8
25.2
32.6
40.0
16.6
23.5
30.5
37.4
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Performance Data
Heating - 150 - Coil K, L
Table 45. VUV 150, steam heating coils K (low-capacity), L (high-capacity)
Size
1500
Coil
K
L
Entering
Air Temp,
Dry Bulb
(°F)
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
141.1
134.8
128.6
122.4
116.2
110.0
103.8
97.6
208.2
199.0
189.9
180.8
171.6
162.5
153.3
144.1
5
Airside
Temp Rise
(°F)
87.1
83.2
79.4
75.6
71.7
67.9
64.1
60.2
128.5
122.9
117.2
111.6
105.9
100.3
94.6
89.0
Steam Pressure (psig)
10
Airside
Total
Temp Rise
Capacity
(°F)
(MBh)
148.4
91.6
142.1
87.7
135.9
83.9
129.7
80.1
123.5
76.2
117.3
72.4
111.1
68.6
104.9
64.8
219.0
135.2
209.9
129.5
200.7
123.9
191.6
118.2
182.4
112.6
173.2
106.9
164.1
101.3
154.9
95.6
Total
Capacity
(MBh)
154.7
148.4
142.2
136.0
129.8
123.6
117.4
111.2
228.2
219.1
209.9
200.8
191.6
182.5
173.3
164.1
15
Airside
Temp Rise
(°F)
95.5
91.6
87.8
83.9
80.1
76.3
72.5
68.6
140.9
135.2
129.6
123.9
118.3
112.6
107.0
101.3
psig = steam pressure (lb/in.2 gage)
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Performance Data
Electrical
Table 46. VUV 075–150, electrical performance
Electric Heat
Blower Motor
Model #
VUVE075
VUVE100
62
Unit
Voltage
115/60/1
208/60/1
208/60/1
208/60/1
208/60/1
208/60/3
208/60/3
208/60/3
208/60/3
230/60/1
230/60/1
230/60/1
230/60/1
230/60/3
230/60/3
230/60/3
230/60/3
277/60/1
277/60/1
277/60/1
277/60/1
460/60/3
460/60/3
460/60/3
460/60/3
115/60/1
208/60/1
208/60/1
208/60/1
208/60/1
208/60/3
208/60/3
208/60/3
208/60/3
230/60/1
230/60/1
230/60/1
230/60/1
230/60/3
230/60/3
230/60/3
230/60/3
277/60/1
277/60/1
277/60/1
277/60/1
460/60/3
460/60/3
460/60/3
460/60/3
FLA
(ea.)
3.5
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
3.5
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
HP
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
# Fan
Motors
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
# Heating
Elements
0
0
3
4
6
0
3
4
6
0
3
4
6
0
3
4
6
0
3
4
6
0
3
4
6
0
0
3
4
6
0
3
4
6
0
3
4
6
0
3
4
6
0
3
4
6
0
3
4
6
kW
0
0
4.39
5.86
8.79
0
4.39
5.86
8.79
0
5.85
7.8
11.7
0
5.85
7.8
11.7
0
5.82
7.8
11.7
0
5.85
7.8
11.7
0
0
5.86
7.81
11.72
0
5.86
7.81
11.72
0
7.8
10.4
15.6
0
7.8
10.4
15.6
0
7.8
10.4
15.6
0
7.8
10.4
15.6
Amp
0
0
21.1
28.2
42.3
0
12.2
18.69
24.4
0
24.4
32.5
48.8
0
14.1
21.49
28.1
0
21
28.2
42.2
0
7
14.1
14.1
0
0
28.2
37.5
56.3
0
16.3
24.79
32.5
0
32.5
43.3
65
0
18.8
28.66
37.5
0
28.2
37.5
56.3
0
9.4
18.8
18.8
Total
FLA
3.5
2.1
23.2
30.3
44.4
2.1
14.3
20.8
26.5
2.1
26.5
34.6
50.9
2.1
16.2
23.6
30.2
1.6
22.6
29.8
43.8
1.6
8.6
15.7
15.7
3.5
2.1
30.3
39.6
58.4
2.1
18.4
26.9
34.6
2.1
34.6
45.4
67.1
2.1
20.9
30.8
39.6
1.6
29.8
39.1
57.9
1.6
11.0
20.4
20.4
Minimum
Circuit
Ampacity
4.375
2.625
29
37.875
55.5
2.625
17.875
25.9875
33.125
2.625
33.125
43.25
63.625
2.625
20.25
29.4875
37.75
2
28.25
37.25
54.75
2
10.75
19.625
19.625
4.375
2.625
37.875
49.5
73
2.625
23
33.6125
43.25
2.625
43.25
56.75
83.875
2.625
26.125
38.45
49.5
2
37.25
48.875
72.375
2
13.75
25.5
25.5
Overcurrent
Protection
Device
15
15
30
40
60
15
20
30
40
15
40
50
70
15
20
30
40
15
30
40
60
15
15
20
20
15
15
40
50
80
15
25
40
50
15
50
60
90
15
30
40
50
15
40
50
80
15
15
30
30
Low FLA Option
Minimum
Circuit
Total
Ampacity
FLA
2.8
3.5
1.68
2.1
22.78
28.475
29.88
37.35
43.98
54.975
1.68
2.1
13.88
17.35
20.37
25.4625
26.08
32.6
1.68
2.1
26.08
32.6
34.18
42.725
50.48
63.1
1.68
2.1
15.78
19.725
23.17
28.9625
29.78
37.225
1.28
1.6
22.28
27.85
29.48
36.85
43.48
54.35
1.28
1.6
8.28
10.35
15.38
19.225
15.38
19.225
2.8
3.5
1.68
2.1
29.88
37.35
39.18
48.975
57.98
72.475
1.68
2.1
17.98
22.475
26.47
33.0875
34.18
42.725
1.68
2.1
34.18
42.725
44.98
56.225
66.68
83.35
1.68
2.1
20.48
25.6
30.34
37.925
39.18
48.975
1.28
1.6
29.48
36.85
38.78
48.475
57.58
71.975
1.28
1.6
10.68
13.35
20.08
25.1
20.08
25.1
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Performance Data
Electrical
Table 46. VUV 075–150, electrical performance (continued)
Electric Heat
Blower Motor
Model #
VUVE125
VUVE150
Unit
Voltage
115/60/1
208/60/1
208/60/1
208/60/1
208/60/1
208/60/3
208/60/3
208/60/3
208/60/3
230/60/1
230/60/1
230/60/1
230/60/1
230/60/3
230/60/3
230/60/3
230/60/3
277/60/1
277/60/1
277/60/1
277/60/1
460/60/3
460/60/3
460/60/3
460/60/3
115/60/1
208/60/1
208/60/1
208/60/1
208/60/1
208/60/3
208/60/3
208/60/3
208/60/3
230/60/1
230/60/1
230/60/1
230/60/1
230/60/3
230/60/3
230/60/3
230/60/3
277/60/1
277/60/1
277/60/1
277/60/1
460/60/3
460/60/3
460/60/3
460/60/3
UV-PRC003-EN
FLA
(ea.)
7.0
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
7.0
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
HP
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
# Fan
Motors
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
# Heating
Elements
0
0
3
4
6
0
3
4
6
0
3
4
6
0
3
4
6
0
3
4
6
0
3
4
6
0
0
3
4
6
0
3
4
6
0
3
4
6
0
3
4
6
0
3
4
6
0
3
4
6
kW
0
0
7.32
9.76
14.65
0
7.32
9.76
14.65
0
9.75
13
19.5
0
9.75
13
19.5
0
9.75
13
19.5
0
9.75
13
19.5
0
0
8.56
11.42
17.13
0
8.56
11.42
17.13
0
11.4
15.2
22.8
0
11.4
15.2
22.8
0
11.4
15.2
22.8
0
11.4
15.2
22.8
Amp
0
0
35.2
46.9
70.4
0
20.3
31.03
40.7
0
40.6
54.2
81.3
0
23.5
35.82
46.9
0
35.2
46.9
70.4
0
11.7
23.5
23.5
0
0
41.2
54.9
82.4
0
23.8
36.36
47.5
0
47.5
63.3
95
0
27.4
41.87
54.8
0
41.2
54.9
82.3
0
13.7
27.4
27.4
Total
FLA
7.0
4.2
39.4
51.1
74.6
4.2
24.5
35.2
44.9
4.2
44.8
58.4
85.5
4.2
27.7
40.0
51.1
3.2
38.4
50.1
73.6
3.2
14.9
26.7
26.7
7.0
4.2
45.4
59.1
86.6
4.2
28.0
40.6
51.7
4.2
51.7
67.5
99.2
4.2
31.6
46.1
59.0
3.2
44.4
58.1
85.5
3.2
16.9
30.6
30.6
Minimum
Circuit
Ampacity
8.75
5.25
49.25
63.875
93.25
5.25
30.625
44.0375
56.125
5.25
56
73
106.875
5.25
34.625
50.025
63.875
4
48
62.625
92
4
18.625
33.375
33.375
8.75
5.25
56.75
73.875
108.25
5.25
35
50.7
64.625
5.25
64.625
84.375
124
5.25
39.5
57.5875
73.75
4
55.5
72.625
106.875
4
21.125
38.25
38.25
Overcurrent
Protection
Device
15
15
50
70
100
15
30
50
60
15
60
80
125
15
40
50
70
15
50
70
100
15
20
40
40
15
15
60
80
125
15
40
50
70
15
70
90
125
15
40
60
80
15
60
80
125
15
20
40
40
Low FLA Option
Minimum
Circuit
Total
Ampacity
FLA
3.5
4.375
3.36
4.2
38.56
48.2
50.26
62.825
73.76
92.2
3.36
4.2
23.66
29.575
34.39
42.9875
44.06
55.075
3.36
4.2
43.96
54.95
57.56
71.95
84.66
105.825
3.36
4.2
26.86
33.575
39.18
48.975
50.26
62.825
2.56
3.2
37.76
47.2
49.46
61.825
72.96
91.2
2.56
3.2
14.26
17.825
26.06
32.575
26.06
32.575
3.5
4.375
3.36
4.2
44.56
55.7
58.26
72.825
85.76
107.2
3.36
4.2
27.16
33.95
39.72
49.65
50.86
63.575
3.36
4.2
50.86
63.575
66.66
83.325
98.36
122.95
3.36
4.2
30.76
38.45
45.23
56.5375
58.16
72.7
2.56
3.2
43.76
54.7
57.46
71.825
84.86
106.075
2.56
3.2
16.26
20.325
29.96
37.45
29.96
37.45
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Controls
Why Trane Controls?
Whether involved in a retrofit or in new construction applications, Trane has the control design to
fit the systems requirements. The broad range of control packages offer a range from a field
convertible end-device package, to a complete building automation system solution with LonTalk®
controls.
The good news is Trane® controls are factory-mounted, -wired, -tested and configured or
programmed with Trane® application expertise to provide comfort, efficiency, and reliability, as
well as, single-source warranty and service. With Trane’s integrated controls, the installed costs are
lower because the equipment has turn-key factory controls and every component of the system is
optimized to fit with the controller. Trane installs not only the controller, but also the hardware that
works intimately with the controller to allow the system to function properly (i.e., piping package,
valves, dampers, actuators, etc.). When a classroom unit ventilator with Trane® controls arrives to
the jobsite, it is completely ready for quick installation.
Table 47. Controller input/output summary
ZN520
Binary Outputs
3-Speed Fan
2-Position Hydronic Valve
2-Position Fresh Air Damper
1-Stage Electric Heat
3-Wire Economizer Damper
3-Wire Hydronic Valve
2-Stage Electric Heat
Reheat (hydronic or electric)
Generic
Binary Inputs
Condensate Overflow Detection
Low Temperature Detection
Occupancy
Generic Input
Analog Inputs
Zone Temperature
Setpoint
Fan Mode: Auto, High, Medium, Low
Entering Water
Discharge Air
Outside Air
Generic
Analog Outputs
Variable speed fan
Field supplied analog valves
UC400
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
(a)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
(a)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
(a)
X
X
(a) The generic input and output are for use with a Tracer Summit system only.
Table 48. Controller function summary
Control Functions
Entering Water Temp. Sampling (Purge)
Auto Changeover
Fan Cycling
Warm-Up
Pre-Cool
Data Sharing (Master/Slave)
Random Start
Dehumidification
Single Zone VAV
Staged Capacity (2-Stage Electric Supplementary)
Other Functions
Manual Test
Maintenance Timer
Setpoint Limits
64
ZN520
UC400
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
in TU
X
X
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Controls
ECM Engine Controller
ECM Engine Controller
The Electronically Commutated Motor (ECM) engine controls and reports the performance of up
to two Trane Brushless DC (BLDC) motors.
Figure 20. ECM engine controller
•
The engine also coordinates the operation of the fan in response to electric heat behavior and
electric behavior in response to hydronic heat behavior.
•
The engine incorporates a user interface that allows adjustment of certain unit parameters and
provides constant feedback on motor operation.
•
The engine integrates service and troubleshooting tools.
•
The engine integrates a versatile configurable auxiliary temperature sensor.
•
The engine incorporates various safety and lockout features, such as maintaining proper fan
speeds if electric heat is called for.
Status Display
Figure 21. Status display
The ECM engine board contains a four-digit, seven-segment display that is used to present
information in a format close to real-world language, while having a small-form factor. Most
characters are immediately recognizable; however, please consult Table 49 and Table 50 for the
graphical representation of each alphanumeric character.
Table 49. Screen representation of alphabetical characters
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z


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