Packaged Rooftop Air Conditioners IntelliPak

Packaged Rooftop Air Conditioners IntelliPak
RT-DS-8
May 1998
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Second Reprint October 1999
RT-DS-8
Packaged
Rooftop
Air Conditioners
20 To 130-Tons - 60 Hz
IntelliPak® Rooftops
20 To 75 Ton
90 To 130 Ton
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Features and
Benefits
Designed For The 21st Century And Beyond
Trane commercial rooftops are moving
into the 21st century! Innovative
technology and new features have been
incorporated in the IntelliPak® Rooftops
to meet the demanding requirements of
the coming years.
Trane’s rooftop Unit Control Module
(UCM) is an innovative, modular
microprocessor control design that
actually replaces the electromechanical
controls on large rooftops. The UCM
coordinates the actions of the rooftop in
an efficient manner and provides standalone operation of the unit. Access to
the unit controls is via a Human
Interface Panel which is a standard
component of the IntelliPak rooftop.
This panel provides a high degree of
control, superior monitoring capability,
Integrated
Rooftop Systems:
Profitable, Simple
Integrated Comfort™
System (ICS)
Trane integrated rooftop systems make
design and installation of rooftop comfort
systems profitable and easy. The
Integrated Comfort™ system (ICS)
improves job profit and increases job
control by combining Trane rooftop units
and a Tracer® building management
system. This integrated system provides
total building comfort and control. The
primary motivation for building owners/
managers in making the purchasing
decision of HVAC controls system is no
longer just saving energy; it is having the
ability to automate their facilities and the
convenience of interface to control
systems.
and unmatched diagnostic information
using a 2 line, 40 character per line,
English language display. There are no
diagnostic “codes” requiring a
translation key for interpretation. All
system status information and control
adjustments can be made from the
onboard Human Interface Panel.
The IntelliPak rooftop can optionally be
configured for direct communication
with a Tracer® building management
system using a twisted pair of wires.
This link brings all the status data and
control adjustment features of the
IntelliPak rooftop to a central location for
centralized building control on-site or
from a remote location.
the factory. All the status information
and editing data from the rooftop units,
VAV boxes, lighting, exhaust and other
auxiliary equipment is available from
Tracer for control, monitoring and
service support of your facility. Tracer, a
family of building automation products
from Trane, is designed with robust,
application specific software packages
to minimize custom programming
requirements and enable system setup
and control through simple editing of
parameters in the standard applications
software. Should you select an
Integrated Comfort system for your
facility, the accountability for equipment,
automation and controls is Trane’s,
Trane’s, and Trane’s!
The IntelliPak rooftop, as a part of an
Integrated Comfort system, provides
powerful maintenance monitoring,
control and reporting capabilities. The
Tracer places the rooftop in the
appropriate operating mode for
operation for: system on/off, night
Simplifying The Comfort System
setback, demand limiting , setpoint
At Trane, we think new technology and
adjustment based on outside
innovation should bring you more
parameters and much more. Up to 48
capabilities, more flexibility and at the
same time be able to give you equipment different unit diagnostic conditions can
and systems that are easier to use, easier be monitored through Tracer to let you
know about things like: sensor failures,
to install, commission and service. The
Rooftop Integrated Comfort system saves loss of supply airflow, and a compressor
trip out. Further, the addition of Building
you time and money by simplifying
Management Network software offers
system design and system installation.
When used with Trane’s DDC/VAV boxes remote scanning, automatic receipt of
(or VariTrane™), system balancing almost alarms, and easy dial-up access to over
100 various Tracer sites across town or
goes away because each VAV box is
across the country.
commission and tested before it leaves
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Proven features maintained in our
design include: Trane’s 3-D® scroll
compressors, Statitrac™ direct space
sensing building pressurization control,
double wall access door construction,
two-inch spring isolation, 90-95 percent
efficient bag filters, extra large capacity
(up to 130 tons) unit sizes, redesigned
pitched roof, through the door nonfused
disconnect and much more. All allow
greater flexibility to meet the most
demanding job requirements. What you
really get with a Trane rooftop is a total
comfort system. Total comfort means
creating an environment that remains at
the right temperature and is quiet,
energy efficient and reliable. The 21st
Century will require technology and
flexibility to bring total comfort to
every building space.
Typical points available through Tracer:
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IntelliPak Rooftops monitoring
points available through Tracer
all active Rooftop diagnostics
history of last 20 unit diagnostics
all system setpoints
system sensor inputs
supply fan mode and status
inlet guide vane position/VFD speed
unit heat/cool mode
exhaust fan status
exhaust damper position
economizer position, minimum position
setpoint, economizing setpoint
on/off status of each compressor
refrigerant evaporator and saturated
condenser temperatures
hydronic heat valve position
electric heat stage status
ventilation override mode status
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Tracer control points for IntelliPak®
Rooftops
cooling and heating setpoints
zone setpoint offsets for use with
demand limiting
VAV discharge air setpoints
supply air pressure setpoint
space pressure setpoint
zone and outdoor temperature values
cooling and heating enable/disable
economizer enable/disable
economizer setpoint
economizer minimum position
activation of ventilation override modes
diagnostics reset
unit priority shutdown
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IntelliPak Rooftops set-up and
configuration information through
Tracer
supply fan mode
configuration of supply air reset
ventilation override mode configuration
default system setpoint values
sensor calibration offsets
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Standard Features
• 20 through 130 ton industrial/
commercial rooftops
• Fully integrated, factory-installed/
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commissioned microelectronic controls
Unit mounted Human Interface Panel
with a 2 line x 40 character English
display and a 16 function key-pad that
includes Custom, Diagnostics, and
Service Test mode menu keys.
Trane 3-D® Scroll compressors
(20 through 130 Ton)
Compressor or circuit lead/lag
depending on unit
Horizontal discharge/return duct
connections (SX, SL, SS models)
CV or VAV control
Low ambient compressor lockout
control on units with economizers
FROSTAT™ coil frost protection on
all units
Daytime Warm-up (Occupied mode)
on VAV models and Morning Warm-up
operation on all units with heating
options
Supply air static overpressurization
protection on units with inlet guide
vanes and VFD’s.
Supply airflow proofing
Exhaust airflow proofing on units with
exhaust option
Supply air tempering control
Supply air heating control on VAV
modulating hot water or steam heat
units
Emergency stop input
Mappable sensors and setpoint sources
Occupied/Unoccupied switching
• Timed override activation
• Forward-curved supply fans
• Pitched roof over air handler section
• Stainless steel flue stack on gas heat
Features and Benefits
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Model Number Description
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General Data
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units
• 14-gauge, single-piece construction
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base rails
UL and CSA approval on standard
options
Two-inch spring fan isolation
(90 through 130 ton)
Meets 672 hours of salt spray testing in
accordance to ASTM B117 Standard
Two inch standard efficiency throwaway
filters on 20 through 90 ton units and
two inch high efficiency throwaway
filters on 105 through 130 ton units.
Optional Features
• Trane Communication Interface Module:
Application Considerations
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Selection Procedure
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Performance Adjustment Factors
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Performance Data
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Electrical Data
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Controls
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Dimensional Data
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Weights
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Accessory Sensors
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Options
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Features Summary
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Mechanical Specifications
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ICS interface control module
• Remote Human Interface Panel
(controls up to 4 units)
• Five ventilation override sequences
• Heating options: natural gas, electric,
hot water or steam
• Generic BAS interface
• Comparative enthalpy control
• Variable frequency drive control of
supply/exhaust fan motor
• Inlet guide vanes on FC supply fans
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(VAV only)
Outside air CFM compensation on VAV
units with IGV (or VFD) and economizer
Hot gas bypass
Copper evaporator/condenser coils
Suction service valves
Replaceable core filter driers
Phenolic coated evaporator/condenser
coils
High capacity evaporator coils
(20 through 105 ton)
Special paint colors
Extended casing (SX models)
Double wall access doors
Double wall construction/perforated
double wall
Stainless steel drain pan in evaporator
section
Pitch evaporator drain pan
Filter rack only (no filters)
High efficiency throwaway filters
90-95 percent bag filters
90-95 percent cartridge filters
Final filters
Barometric relief
50 percent modulating exhaust with
forward-curved fans
Trane’s air quality (TRAQ) sensor
Modulating Gas Heat
10 year limited warranty on Full
Modulation Gas Heat
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Features and
Benefits
Options For Optimum
Building Comfort Control
• 100 percent modulating exhaust with
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forward-curved fans
100 percent modulating exhaust with
FC fans and Statitrac™ direct space
sensing building pressurization control
High duct temperature thermostats
0 F low ambient control
0-100 percent modulating fresh air
economizer
Ultra low leak dampers for 0-100
percent modulating fresh air
economizers
Dual electrical power connection
Two-inch spring fan isolation
(20 through 75 ton)
High efficiency motors
U-frame motors
Oversized motors
Thru the door non-fused disconnect
with external handle
Electrical convenience outlet
Power supply monitoring
Correction capacitors
Horizontal or Roof discharge w/gas heat
(20-75 ton “F” style units only)
Field installed accessories
• Roof curbs
• Programmable sensors with night set
back — CV and VAV
• Sensors without night set back — CV
and VAV
• Remote zone sensors — used for
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remote sensing with remote panels.
ICS zone sensors used with Tracer®
system for zone control
Outdoor temperature sensor for units
without economizers
Remote minimum position control for
economizer
Field installed module kits available for
field upgrade of controls
The modular control design of the UCM
allows for greater application flexibility.
Customers can order exactly what the
job requires as options, instead of one
large control package. Unit features are
distributed among multiple field
replaceable printed circuit boards. The
Trane UCM can be set up to operate
under one of three control applications:
1) stand-alone
2) interface with Trane’s Tracer®
building management system
3) interface with a generic (non-Trane)
building management system. All set-up
parameters are preset from the factory,
requiring less start-up time during
installation.
The unit mounted Human Interface and
the Remote Human Interface Panels’
functions are identical, except for the
Service mode is not available on the
Remote Human Interface Panel. This
common interface feature requires less
time for building maintenance personnel
to learn to interact with the unit. All of
the rooftop’s control parameters are
adjustable and can be set up through
the Remote Human Interface Panel
such as, but not limited to: system on/
off, demand limiting type, night setback
setpoints, and many other setpoints. No
potentiometers are required for setpoint
adjustment, all adjustments are done
through the Remote Human Interface
key-pad. Also up to 48 different rooftop
diagnostic points can be monitored
through the human interfaces such as:
sensor failures, loss of supply airflow,
and compressor trip. No special tools
are required for servicing of the unit. All
diagnostic displays are available in clear
English at the Remote Human Interface
and will be held in memory, so that the
operator/servicer can diagnose the root
cause of failures.
Statitrac™ Direct Space
Building Pressurization
Control
Trane’s Statitrac™ control is a highly
accurate and efficient method of
maintaining building pressure control
with a large rooftop air conditioner.
The efficiency is achieved with a
100 percent modulating exhaust system
with two forward-curved fans with
modulating discharge dampers that
operate only when needed, compared
to some systems that operate
continually. And most of the operating
hours of the 100 percent modulating
exhaust system are at part load, saving
more energy. Trane’s Statitrac, with the
100 percent modulating exhaust
system, provides comfort and economy
for buildings with large rooftop air
conditioning systems.
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Statitrac control is simple! The space
pressure control turns the exhaust fans
on and off as required and modulates
exhaust dampers to maintain space
pressure within the space pressure
dead band. Using the unit mounted
Human Interface Panel you can
1) adjust space pressure setpoint
2) adjust space pressure dead band
3) measure and read building space
pressure. The modulating exhaust
system maintains the desired building
pressure, saving energy while keeping
the building at the right pressure.
Proper building pressurization
eliminates annoying door whistling,
doors standing open, and odors from
other zones.
The Statitrac™ direct space building
control sequence will be maintained
when a variable frequency drive is
used.
FC Fans With Inlet
Guide Vanes
Trane’s foward-curved fans with inlet
guide vanes pre-rotate the air in the
direction of the fan wheel, decreasing
static pressure and horsepower,
essentially unloading the fan wheel.
The unloading characteristics of a
Trane FC fan with inlet guide vanes
result in superior part load performance.
Variable Frequency Drives
(VFD)
Variable Frequency Drives are factory
installed and tested to provide supply/
exhaust fan motor speed modulation.
VFD’s, as compared to inlet guide
vanes or discharge dampers, are
quieter, more efficient, and are eligible
for utility rebates. The VFD’s are
available with or without a bypass
option. Bypass control will simply
provide full nominal airflow in the event
of drive failure.
Features and
Benefits
• Trane 3-D® Scroll Compressor
Simple Design with 70% Fewer Parts
Fewer parts than an equal capacity
reciprocating compressor means
significant reliability and efficiency
benefits. The single orbiting scroll
eliminates the need for pistons,
connecting rods, wrist pins and valves.
Fewer parts lead to increased reliability.
Fewer moving parts, less rotating mass
and less internal friction means greater
efficiency than reciprocating
compressors.
The Trane 3-D Scroll provides important
reliability and efficiency benefits. The 3-D
Scroll allows the orbiting scrolls to touch
in all three dimensions, forming a
completely enclosed compression
chamber which leads to increased
efficiency. In addition, the orbiting scrolls
only touch with enough force to create a
seal; there is no wear between the scroll
plates. The fixed and orbiting scrolls are
made of high strength cast iron which
results in less thermal distortion, less
leakage, and higher efficiencies. The
most outstanding feature of the 3-D
Scroll compressor is that slugging will
not cause failure. In a reciprocating
compressor, however, the liquid or dirt
can cause serious damage.
Low Torque Variation
The 3-D Scroll compressor has a very
smooth compression cycle with torque
variations that are only 30 percent of
that produced by a reciprocating
compressor. This means the scroll
compressor imposes very little stress on
the motor for greater reliability. Low
torque variation means reduced noise
and vibration.
Suction Gas Cooled Motor
Compressor motor efficiency and
reliability is further optimized with this
design. Cool suction gas keeps the
motor cooler for longer life and better
efficiency.
Proven Design Through Testing and
Research
With over twenty years of development
and testing, Trane 3-D Scroll
compressors have undergone more
than 400,000 hours of laboratory testing
and field operation. This work combined
with over 25 patents makes Trane the
worldwide leader in air conditioning
scroll compressor technology.
One of two matched scroll plates - the
distinguishing feature of the scroll
compressor.
Chart illustrates low torque variation of
3-D Scroll compressor vs reciprocating
compressor.
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Model
Number
Description
S F H F C 5 5 F H A 5 5 C 6 9 D 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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DIGIT — UNIT TYPE
S = Self-Contained (Packaged Rooftop)
DIGIT 2 — UNIT FUNCTION
A = DX Cooling, No Heat
E = DX Cooling, Electric Heat
F = DX Cooling, Natural Gas Heat
L = DX Cooling, Hot Water Heat
S = DX Cooling, Steam Heat
X = DX Cooling, No Heat, Extended Casing
DIGIT 3 — UNIT AIRFLOW
H = Single Zone
DIGIT 4 — DEVELOPMENT SEQUENCE
F = Sixth
DIGITS 5,6,7 — NOMINAL CAPACITY
C20 = 20 Tons
C55 = 55 Tons
C25 = 25 Tons
C60 = 60 Tons
C30 = 30 Tons
C70 = 70 Tons
C40 = 40 Tons
C75 = 75 Tons
C50 = 50 Tons
DIGIT 8 — POWER SUPPLY (See Notes)
4 = 460/60/3 XL E = 200/60/3 XL
5 = 575/60/3 XL F = 230/60/3 XL
Note: SEHF units (units with electric heat)
utilizing 208V or 230V require dual power
source.
DIGIT 9 — HEATING CAPACITY
Note: When the second digit calls for “F”
(Gas Heat), the following values apply:
Additionally, please note G and M available
ONLY on 50 ton models and above.
H = High Heat-2-Stage P = High Heat-Full
L = Low Heat-2-Stage
Modulation
0 = No Heat
M = Low Heat-Full
J = High Heat-Limited
Modulation
Modulation
G = Low Heat-Limited
Modulation
Note: When the second digit calls for “E”
(electric heat), the following values apply:
D = 30 KW
R = 130 KW
H = 50 KW
U = 150 KW
L = 70 KW
V = 170 KW
N = 90 KW
W = 190 KW
Q = 110 KW
Note: When the second digit calls for ‘’L’’
(Hot Water) or ‘’S’’(Steam) Heat, one of the
following valve size values must be in Digit
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High Heat Coil: 1 = .50”, 2 = .75”, 3 = 1”,
4 = 1.25”, 5 = 1.5”, 6 = 2”.
Low Heat Coil: A = .50”, B = .75”, C = 1”,
D = 1.25”, E = 1.5”, F = 2”.
DIGIT 10 — DESIGN SEQUENCE
A = First (Factory Assigned)
Note: Sequence may be any letter A thru Z.
DIGIT 11 — EXHAUST OPTION
0 = None
1 = Barometric
2 = 100%, 1.5 HP W/Statitrac
3 = 100%, 3 HP W/Statitrac
4 = 100%, 5 HP W/Statitrac
5 = 100%, 7.5 HP W/Statitrac
6 = 100%, 10 HP W/Statitrac
7 = 100%, 15 HP W/Statitrac
8 = 100%, 20 HP W/Statitrac
A = 50%, 1.5 HP
B = 50%, 3 HP
C = 50%, 5 HP
D = 50%, 7.5 HP
E = 100%, 1.5 HP W/O Statitrac (CV Only)
F = 100%, 3 HP W/O Statitrac (CV Only)
G = 100%, 5 HP W/O Statitrac (CV Only)
H = 100%, 7.5 HP W/O Statitrac (CV Only)
J = 100%, 10 HP W/O Statitrac (CV Only)
K = 100%, 15 HP W/O Statitrac (CV Only)
L = 100%, 20 HP W/O Statitrac (CV Only)
DIGIT 12 — EXHAUST AIR FAN DRIVE
0 = None
8 = 800 RPM
4 = 400 RPM
9 = 900 RPM
5 = 500 RPM
A = 1000 RPM
6 = 600 RPM
B = 1100 RPM
7 = 700 RPM
DIGIT 13 — FILTER
A = Throwaway
B = Cleanable Wire Mesh
C = High-Efficiency Throwaway
D = Bag With Prefilter
E = Cartridge With Prefilter
F = Throwaway Filter Rack Less Filter
Media
G = Bag Filter Rack Less Filter Media
DIGIT 14 — SUPPLY AIR FAN HP
1 = 3 HP
4 = 10 HP
7 = 25 HP
2 = 5 HP
5 = 15 HP
8 = 30 HP
3 = 7.5 HP
6 = 20 HP
9 = 40 HP
DIGIT 15 — SUPPLY AIR FAN DRIVE
5 = 500 RPM
A = 1000 RPM
6 = 600 RPM
B = 1100 RPM
7 = 700 RPM
C = 1200 RPM
8 = 800 RPM
D = 1300 RPM
9 = 900 RPM
E = 1400 RPM
F = 1500 RPM
DIGIT 16 — FRESH AIR
A = No Fresh Air
B = 0-25% Manual
D = 0-100% Economizer
DIGIT 17 — SYSTEM CONTROL
1 = Constant Volume Control
2 = VAV Supply Air Temperature Control
w/o Inlet Guide Vanes
3 = VAV Supply Air Temperature Control
w/ Inlet Guide Vanes
4 = Space Pressure Control with Exhaust
VFD w/o Bypass
5 = Space Pressure Control with Exhaust
VFD and Bypass
6 = VAV Supply Air Temperature Control
with VFD w/o Bypass
7 = VAV Supply Air Temperature Control
with VFD and Bypass
8 = Supply and Exhaust Fan with VFD
w/o Bypass
9 = Supply and Exhaust Fan with VFD
and Bypass
DIGIT 18 — ACCESSORY PANEL
0 = None
A = BAYSENS008*
B = BAYSENS010*
C = BAYSENS013*
D = BAYSENS014*
E = BAYSENS019*
E = BAYSENS020*
G = BAYSENS021*
DIGIT 19 — AMBIENT CONTROL
0 = Standard
1 = 0° Fahrenheit
DIGIT 20 — AGENCY APPROVAL
0 = None (UL Gas Heater, see note)
1 = UL
2 = CSA
Note: Includes UL classified gas heating
section only when second digit of Model
No. is a “F.”
DIGITS 21 - 38 — MISCELLANEOUS
A = Unit Disconnect Switch
B = Hot Gas Bypass
D = Comparative Enthalpy
E = Low Leak Fresh Air Dampers
F = High Duct Temperature Thermostat
G = High Capacity Evap. Coil
H = Copper Fins (Cond. Only)
K = Generic B.A.S. Module
L = High-Efficiency Motors (Supply
and Exhaust)
M = Remote Human Interface
N = Ventilation Override Module
R = Extended Grease Lines
T = Access Doors
V = Inter-Processor Communication
Bridge
Y = Trane Communication Interface
Module
5 = VFD Line Reactor
6 = Factory-Powered 15A GFI
Convenience Outlet
8 = Spring Isolators
EXAMPLE:
Model numbers: SFHFC55FHA55C69D3001N describes a unit with the following characteristics: DX cooling with natural gas heating, 55 ton
nominal cooling capacity, 230/60/3 power supply, high heat model. 100 percent exhaust with Statitrac, 7.5 HP exhaust fan motor with drive
selection No. 5 (500 RPM), high-efficiency throwaway filters, 20 HP supply fan motor with drive selection No. 9 (900 RPM), 0-100% economizer,
VAV supply air temperature control with inlet guide vanes, no remote panel, standard ambient control, U.L. agency approval. The service digit
for each model number contains 38 digits; all 38 digits must be referenced.
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Model
Number
Description
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DIGIT 1 — UNIT TYPE
S = Self-Contained (Packaged Rooftop)
DIGIT 2 — UNIT FUNCTION
E = DX Cooling, Electric Heat
F = DX Cooling, Natural Gas Heat
L = DX Cooling, Hot Water Heat
S = DX Cooling, Steam Heat
X = DX Cooling, No Heat, Extended Casing
DIGIT 3 — UNIT AIRFLOW
H = Single Zone
DIGIT 4 — DEVELOPMENT SEQUENCE
G = Seventh
DIGITS 5,6,7 — NOMINAL CAPACITY
C90 = 90 Tons
D11 = 105 Tons
D12 = 115 Tons
D13 = 130 Tons
DIGIT 8 — POWER SUPPLY
4 = 460/60/3 XL
5 = 575/60/3 XL
E = 200/60/3 XL
F = 230/60/3 XL
DIGIT 9 — HEATING CAPACITY
0 = No Heat
H = High Heat - 2-Stage
J = High Heat - Limited Modulation
P = High Heat - Full Modulation
Note:
When the second digit calls for “E”
(electric heat), the following values apply
in the ninth digit:
W = 190 KW
When the second digit calls for ‘’L’’ or
‘’S’’, one of the following valve size
values must be in Digit 9:
High Heat Coil: 3 = 1.0”, 4 = 1.25”, 5 =
1.50”, 6 = 2.0”, 7 = 2.5”
Low Heat Coil: C = 1.0”, D = 1.25”, E =
1.50”, F = 2.0”, G = 2.5”
DIGIT 10 — DESIGN SEQUENCE
A = First (Factory Assigned)
Note: Sequence may be any letter A thru
Z.
DIGIT 11 — EXHAUST OPTION
0 = None
7 = 100%, 15 HP W/Statitrac
8 = 100%, 20 HP W/Statitrac
9 = 100%, 25 HP W/Statitrac
F = 50%, 15 HP
H = 100%, 30 HP W/Statitrac
J = 100%, 40 HP W/Statitrac
K = 100%, 15 HP W/O Statitrac (CV Only)
L = 100%, 20 HP W/O Statitrac (CV Only)
M = 100%, 25 HP W/O Statitrac (CV Only)
N = 100%, 30 HP W/O Statitrac (CV Only)
P = 100%, 40 HP W/O Statitrac (CV Only)
DIGIT 12 — EXHAUST AIR FAN DRIVE
0 = None
5 = 500 RPM
6 = 600 RPM
7 = 700 RPM
8 = 800 RPM
DIGIT 13 — FILTER
A = Throwaway
C = High-Efficiency Throwaway
D = Bag With Prefilter
E = Cartridge With Prefilter
F = Throwaway Filter Rack Less Filter
Media
G = Bag Filter Rack Less Filter Media
DIGIT 14 — SUPPLY AIR FAN HP
C = 30 HP (2-15 HP)
D = 40 HP (2-20 HP)
E = 50 HP (2-25 HP)
F = 60 HP (2-30 HP)
G = 80 HP (2-40 HP)
DIGIT 15 — SUPPLY AIR FAN DRIVE
5 = 500 RPM
6 = 600 RPM
7 = 700 RPM
8 = 800 RPM
9 = 900 RPM
DIGIT 16 — FRESH AIR
D = 0-100% Economizer (Std.)
DIGIT 17 — SYSTEM CONTROL
1 = Constant Volume Control
2 = VAV Supply Air Temperature Control
w/o Inlet Guide Vanes
3 = VAV Supply Air Temperature Control
w/ Inlet Guide Vanes
4 = Space Pressure Control with Exhaust
VFD w/o Bypass
5 = Space Pressure Control with Exhaust
VFD and Bypass
6 = VAV Supply Air Temperature Control
with VFD w/o Bypass
7 = VAV Supply Air Temperature Control
with VFD and Bypass
8 = Supply and Exhaust Fan with VFD
w/o Bypass
9 = Supply and Exhaust Fan with VFD
and Bypass
DIGIT 19 — AMBIENT CONTROL
0 = Standard
DIGIT 20 — AGENCY APPROVAL
0 = None (UL Gas Heater, see note)
1 = UL
2 = CSA
Note: Includes UL classified gas heating
section only, when second digit of Model
No. is a “F.”
DIGITS 21 - 36 — MISCELLANEOUS
A = Unit Disconnect Switch
B = Hot Gas Bypass (CV Only)
D = Comparative Enthalpy
E = Low Leak Fresh Air Dampers
F = High Duct Temperature Thermostat
G = High Capacity Evaporator Coil
(90-105 Only)
K = Generic B.A.S. Module
L = High-Efficiency Motors (Supply
and Exhaust)
M = Remote Human Interface
N = Ventilation Override Module
R = Extended Grease Lines
T = Access Doors
V = Inter-Processor Communication
Bridge
Y = Trane Communication Interface
Module
5 = VFD Line Reactor
6 = Factory-Powered 15A GFI
Convenience Outlet
DIGIT 18 — ACCESSORY PANEL
0 = None
A = BAYSENS008*
B = BAYSENS010*
C = BAYSENS013*
D = BAYSENS014*
E = BAYSENS019*
F = BAYSENS020*
G = BAYSENS021*
EXAMPLE:
Model numbers: SXHGD1140AH7CF8D3001 describes a unit with the following characteristics: DX cooling with extended casing, no heat, 105
ton nominal cooling capacity, 460/60/3 power supply, no heat, 100 percent exhaust with Statitrac, 30 h.p. exhaust fan motor with drive selection
No. 7 — (700 RPM), high-efficiency throwaway filters, 60 hp supply fan motor with drive selection No. 8 — (800 RPM), economizer, VAV supply
air temperature control with inlet guide vanes, no remote panel, standard ambient, UL agency approval. The service digit for each model
number contains 36 digits; all 36 digits must be referenced.
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General
Data
Table 8-1 — General Data — 20-40 Ton
20 Ton
25 Ton
Compressor Data3
Number/Size (Nominal)
2/10 Ton
1/10 Ton, 1/15 Ton
Model
Scroll
Scroll
Unit Capacity Steps (%)
100/50
100/40
RPM
3450
3450
Evaporator Fans
Number/Size/Type
2/15”/FC
2/15”/FC
Number of Motors
1
1
Hp Range
3-15
3-15
Cfm Range1
4000-9000
5000-11000
ESP Range — (In. WG)
0.25-4.0
0.25-4.0
Exhaust Fans
50%
100%
50%
100%
Number/Size/Type
1/15”/FC
2/15”/FC
1/15”/FC
2/15”/FC
Hp Range
1.5-3
1.5-3
1.5-3
3-5
Cfm Range
2000-6000
4000-10000
2000-6000
4000-12000
ESP Range — (In. WG)
0.25-1.4
0.2-2.0
0.25-1.4
0.2-2.0
Condenser Fans
Number/Size/Type
2/26”/Prop.
3/26”/Prop.
Hp (Each)
1.0
1.0
Cfm
14000
18300
Cycle/Phase
60/3
60/3
Evaporator Coil — Standard
2
Size (Ft )
16.3
20.3
Rows/Fin Series
2/144
2/144
1
1
/2/Enhanced
/2/Enhanced
Tube Diameter/Surface
Evaporator Coil — High Capacity
2
Size (Ft )
20.3
20.3
Rows/Fin Series
4/144
4/144
1
1
/2/Enhanced
/2/Enhanced
Tube Diameter/Surface
Condenser Coil (Aluminum Fins)
2
35.0
35.0
Size (Ft )
3/144/ 3/8
Rows/Fin Series/Tube Diameter
3/144/ 3/8
Copper Condenser Fins (Optional)
3/144/ 3/8
3/144/ 3/8
Electric Heat
30-110
30-130
KW Range2
Capacity Steps:
3
3
Natural Gas Heat
Standard Gas Heat
Low Heat Input
235
235
High Heat Input
500
500
Standard Heating Capacity Steps:
2
2
Modulating Gas Heat (Not Available on 20-40 Ton Models with Low Heat)
33%
33%
High Heat - Limited Modulation4
Heat Exchanger Type
Standard
Standard
100%
100%
High Heat - Full Modulation5
Heat Exchanger Type
High Grade,
High Grade,
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Hot Water Coil
Size (Inches)
30x66x2 Row
30x66x2 Row
Type
Type W, Prima Flo
Type W, Prima Flo
High Heat (Fins/Ft)
110
110
Low Heat (Fins/Ft)
80
80
Steam Coil
Size (Inches)
30x66x1 Row
30x66x1 Row
Type
Type NS
Type NS
High Heat (Fins/Ft)
96
96
Low Heat (Fins/Ft)
42
42
Filters
Panel Filters
Number/Size (Inches)
12 — 20x20x2
12 — 20x20x2
33.3
33.3
Face Area (Ft2)
Bag Filters
Number/Size (Inches)
4 — 12x24x19
4 — 12x24x19
3 — 24x24x19
3 — 24x24x19
Cartridge Filters
4 — 12x24x12
4 — 12x24x12
3 — 24x24x12
3 — 24x24x12
Prefilters (For Bag & Cartridge)
4 — 12x24x2
4 — 12x24x2
3 — 24x24x2
3 — 24x24x2
2
20.0
20.0
Face Area (Ft )
Standard Unit Minimum Outside Air Temperature For Mechanical Cooling
Without Hot Gas Option
55 F
50 F
With Hot Gas Option
55 F
50 F
Low Ambient Option Minimum Outside Air Temperature
Without Hot Gas Option
0F
0F
With Hot Gas Option
10 F
10 F
Notes:
1. For cfm values outside these ranges, refer to RT-EB-104.
2. Refer to Table 35-3 for availability of electric heat kw ranges by voltage.
3. 20-30 Ton models are single circuit, 40 Ton models are dual circuit.
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30 Ton
40 Ton
2/15 Ton
Scroll
100/50
3450
4/10 Ton
Scroll
100/75/50/25
3450
2/18”/FC
1
5-20
6000-13500
0.25-4.0
50%
100%
1/15”/FC
2/15”/FC
3-5
3-7.5
2000-7000
4000-14000
0.25-1.4
0.2-2.0
2/20”/FC
1
71/2-30
8000-18000
0.25-4.0
50%
100%
1/18”/FC
2/18”/FC
5-7.5
5-10
3000-11000
7500-16000
0.25-1.4
0.2-2.0
3/26”/Prop.
1.0
20900
60/3
4/26”/Prop.
1.0
28200
60/3
1
1
24.4
2/144
/2/Enhanced
24.4
4/144
/2/Enhanced
1
1
32.5
2/144
/2/Enhanced
32.5
4/144
/2/Enhanced
46.3
3/144/ 3/8
3/144/ 3/8
63.2
3/144/ 3/8
3/144/ 3/8
30-150
3
50-170
3
350
500
2
350
850
2
33%
Standard
100%
High Grade,
Stainless Steel
33%
Standard
100%
High Grade,
Stainless Steel
30x66x2 Row
Type W, Prima Flo
110
80
42x66x2 Row
Type W, Prima Flo
110
80
30x66x1 Row
Type NS
96
42
30x66x1 Row & 12x66x1 Row
Type NS
96
42
16 — 20x20x2
44.4
16 — 20x25x2
55.5
2 — 12x24x19
6 — 24x24x19
2 — 12x24x12
6 — 24x24x12
2 — 12x24x2
6 — 24x24x2
28.0
5 — 12x24x19
6 — 24x24x19
5 — 12x24x12
6 — 24x24x12
5 — 12x24x2
6 — 24x24x2
34.0
50 F
50 F
55 F
55 F
0F
10 F
0F
10 F
4. The firing rate of the unit can vary from 33% of the Heater Mbh up to
the nameplate rating of the unit.
5. The firing rate of the unit can vary from pilot rate of 125,000 Btuh up to
the nameplate rating of the unit.
General
Data
Table 9-1 — General Data — 50-75 Ton
50 Ton
55 Ton
Compressor Data3
Number/Size (Nominal)
2/10, 2/15 Ton
4/15 Ton
Model
Scroll
Scroll
Unit Capacity Steps (%)
100/80/60/30
100/75/50/25
RPM
3450
3450
Evaporator Fans
Number/Size/Type
2/20”/FC
2/20”/FC
Number of Motors
1
1
1
Hp Range
7 /2-30
71/2-30
1
10000-22500
12000-24000
Cfm Range
ESP Range — (In. WG)
0.25-4.0
0.25-4.0
Exhaust Fans
50%
100%
50%
100%
Number/Size/Type
1/18”/FC
2/18”/FC
1/18”/FC
2/18”/FC
Hp Range
5-7.5
5-15
5-7.5
5-15
Cfm Range
3000-11000 9000-20000 3000-11000 10000-21500
ESP Range — (In. WG)
0.25-1.4
0.2-2.0
0.25-1.4
0.2-2.0
Condenser Fans
Number/Size/Type
6/26”/Prop
6/26”/Prop
Hp (Each)
1.0
1.0
Cfm
36600
36600
Cycle/Phase
60/3
60/3
Evaporator Coil — Standard
2
Size (Ft. )
37.9
37.9
Rows/Fin Series
2/144
2/144
1
1
Tube Diameter/Surface
/2/Enhanced
/2/Enhanced
Evaporator Coil — High Capacity
Size (Ft2)
37.9
37.9
Rows/Fin Series
4/144
4/144
1
1
Tube Diameter/Surface
/2/Enhanced
/2/Enhanced
Condenser Coil (Aluminum Fins)
Size (Ft.2)
70.0
70.0
Rows/Fin Series/Tube Diameter
3/144/ 3/8
3/144/ 3/8
Copper Condenser Fins (Optional) 3/144/ 3/8
3/144/ 3/8
Electric Heat
70-190
70-190
KW Range2
Capacity Steps:
3
3
Natural Gas Heat
Standard Gas Heat
Low Heat Input
500
500
High Heat Input
850
850
Standard Heating Capacity Steps:
2
2
Modulating Gas Heat
4
33%
High/Low Heat - Limited Modulation 33%
Heat Exchanger Type
Standard
Standard
5
High/Low Heat - Full Modulation
100%
100%
Heat Exchanger Type
High Grade,
High Grade,
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Hot Water Coil
Size (Inches)
42x66x2 Row
42x66x2 Row
Type
Type W, Prima Flo
Type W, Prima Flo
High Heat (Fins/Ft)
110
110
Low Heat (Fins/Ft)
80
80
Steam Coil
Size (Inches)
30x66x1 Row
30x66x1 Row
12x66x1 Row
12x66x1 Row
Type
Type NS
Type NS
High Heat (Fins/Ft)
96
96
Low Heat (Fins/Ft)
42
42
Filters
Panel Filters
Number/Size (Inches)
20 — 20x25x2
20 — 20x25x2
Face Area (Ft2)
69.4
69.4
Bag Filters
Number/Size (Inches)
3 — 12x24x19
3 —12x24x19
9 — 24x24x19
9 — 24x24x19
Cartridge Filters
3 — 12x24x12
3 — 12x24x12
9 — 24x24x12
9 — 24x24x12
Prefilters (For Bag &
3 — 12x24x2
3 — 12x24x2
Cartridge)
9 — 24x24x2
9 — 24x24x2
2
42.0
42.0
Face Area (Ft )
Standard Unit Min. Outside Air Temperature For Mechanical Cooling
Without Hot Gas Option
35 F
40 F
With Hot Gas Option
35 F
40 F
Low Ambient Option Min. Outside Air Temp
Without Hot Gas Option
0F
0F
With Hot Gas Option
10 F
10 F
Notes:
1. For cfm values outside these ranges, refer to RT-EB-104.
2. Refer to Table 35-3 for availability of electric heat kw ranges by
voltage.
3. 50-75 Ton models are dual circuit.
60 Ton
4/15 Ton
Scroll
100/75/50/25
3450
70 Ton
4/10, 2/15 Ton
Scroll
100/72/44/22
3450
75 Ton
Standard
High Capacity
4/10, 2/15 Ton 2/10, 4/15 Ton
Scroll
100/72/44/22 100/69/38/19
3450
2/22”/FC
2/22”/FC
2/22”/FC
1
1
1
10-40
10-40
10-40
14000-27000
16000-27000
16000-27000
0.25-4.0
0.25-4.0
0.25-4.0
50%
100%
50%
100%
50%
100%
1/20”/FC
2/20”/FC
1/20”/FC
2/20”/FC
1/20”/FC
2/20”/FC
5-7.5
5-20
5-7.5
5-20
5-7.5
5-20
4000-13000 12000-27000 4000-13000 12000-27000 4000-13000 12000-27000
0.25-1.4
0.2-2.0
0.25-1.4
0.2-2.0
0.25-1.4
0.2-2.0
6/26”/Prop
1.0
40800
60/3
43.1
2/156
/2/Enhanced
1
9
6/26”/Prop
1.0
40800
60/3
43.1
2/168
/2/Enhanced
1
6/26”/Prop
1.0
40800
60/3
43.1
4/144
/2/Enhanced
1
43.1
4/144
1
/2/Enhanced
NA
43.1
4/144
1
/2/Enhanced
88.0
3/144/ 3/8
3/144/ 3/8
88.0
3/144/ 3/8
3/144/ 3/8
88.0
3/144/ 3/8
3/144/ 3/8
90-190
3
90-190
3
90-190
3
500
850
2
500
850
2
500
850
2
33%
Standard
100%
High Grade,
Stainless Steel
33%
Standard
100%
High Grade,
Stainless Steel
33%
Standard
100%
High Grade,
Stainless Steel
42x90x2 Row
Type W, Prima Flo
110
80
42x90x2 Row
Type W, Prima Flo
110
80
42x90x2 Row
Type W, Prima Flo
110
80
30x90x1 Row
12x90x1 Row
Type NS
72
42
30x90x1 Row
12x90x1 Row
Type NS
72
42
30x90x1 Row
12x90x1 Row
Type NS
72
42
35 — 16x20x2
77.8
35 — 16x20x2
77.8
35 — 16x20x2
77.8
6 — 12x24x19
8 — 24x24x19
6 — 12x24x12
8 — 24x24x12
6 — 12x24x2
8 — 24x24x2
44.0
6 — 12x24x19
8 — 24x24x19
6 — 12x24x12
8 — 24x24x12
6 — 12x24x2
8 — 24x24x2
44.0
6 — 12x24x19
8 — 24x24x19
6 — 12x24x12
8 — 24x24x12
6 — 12x24x2
8 — 24x24x2
44.0
30 F
30 F
45 F
45 F
45 F
45 F
0F
10 F
0F
10 F
0F
10 F
4. The firing rate of the unit can vary from 33% of the Heater Mbh up to
the nameplate rating of the unit.
5. The firing rate of the unit can vary from pilot rate of 125,000 Btuh up
to the nameplate rating of the unit.
General
Data
Table 10-1 — General Data — 90-130 Ton
90 Ton
105 Ton
115 Ton
130 Ton
Compressor Data3
Number/Size (Nominal)
2/10, 4/15 Ton
6/15 Ton
4/10, 4/15 Ton
8/15 Ton
Model
Scroll
Scroll
Scroll
Scroll
Unit Capacity Steps (%)
100/69/38/19
100/67/33/17
100/70/40/20
100/75/50/25
RPM
3450
3450
3450
3450
Evaporator Fans
Number/Size/Type
2/27”/FC
2/27”/FC
2/27”/FC
2/27”/FC
Number of Motors
2
2
2
2
Hp Range
30-80
30-80
30-80
30-80
1
4
27,000-45,000
31,000-46,000
31,000-46,000
31,000-46,000
Cfm Range
ESP Range — (In. WG)
1.0-4.75
1.0-4.70
1.0-4.70
1.0-4.70
Exhaust Fans
50%
100%
50%
100%
50%
100%
50%
100%
Number/Size/Type
1/22”/FC
2/22”/FC
1/22”/FC
2/22”/FC
1/22”/FC
2/22”/FC
1/22”/FC
2/22”/FC
Hp Range
15
15-40
15
15-40
15
15-40
15
15-40
Cfm Range
12,000-20,000 28,000-40,000 12,000-20,000 28,000-40,000 12,000-20,000 28,000-40,000 12,000-20,000 28,000-40,000
ESP Range — (In. WG)
.25-2.5
.25-2.5
.25-2.5
.25-2.5
.25-2.5
.25-2.5
.25-2.5
.25-2.5
Condenser Fans
Number/Size/Type
8/26”/Prop.
10/26”/Prop.
10/26”/Prop.
12/26”/Prop.
Hp (Each)
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
Cfm
56,400
57,000
60,000
63,200
Cycle/Phase
60/3
60/3
60/3
60/3
Evaporator Coil — Standard
Dimensions
122.0 x 70.0
122.0 x 71.25
122.0 x 71.25
122.0 x 71.25
59.3
59.3
59.3
59.3
Size (Ft2)
Rows/Fin Series
3/120
3/168
5/144
5/144
1
1
1
1
/2/Enhanced
/2/Enhanced
/2/Enhanced
/2/Enhanced
Tube Diameter/Surface
Evaporator Coil — High Capacity
Dimensions
122.0 x 70.0
122.0 x 71.25
NA
NA
59.3
59.3
NA
NA
Size (Ft2)
Hi-Capacity Rows/Fin Series
5/144
5/144
NA
NA
1
1
/2/Enhanced
/2/Enhanced
NA
NA
Tube Diameter/Surface
Condenser Coil
152
152
152
152
Size (Ft2)
4/144/ 3/8
4/144/ 3/8
4/144/ 3/8
Rows/Fin Series/Tube Diameter
3/144/ 3/8
Electric Heat
KW
190
190
190
190
Capacity Steps:
3
3
3
3
Natural Gas Heat
Standard Heating -- MBh Input
1000
1000
1000
1000
Capacity Steps:
2
2
2
2
Modulating Gas Heat
5
33%
33%
33%
33%
High Heat - Limited Modulation
Heat Exchanger Type
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
6
High Heat - Full Modulation
100%
100%
100%
100%
Heat Exchanger Type
High Grade,
High Grade,
High Grade,
High Grade,
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Hot Water Coil
Size (Inches)
(2) 30x84x2 Row
(2) 30x84x2 Row
(2) 30x84x2 Row
(2) 30x84x2 Row
Type
Type W, Prima Flo
Type W, Prima Flo
Type W, Prima Flo
Type W, Prima Flo
High Heat (Fins/Ft)
110
110
110
110
Low Heat (Fins/Ft)
80
80
80
80
Steam Coil
Size (Inches)
(2) 30x84x1 Row
(2) 30x84x1 Row
(2) 30x84x1 Row
(2) 30x84x1 Row
Type
Type NS
Type NS
Type NS
Type NS
High Heat (Fins/Ft)
96
96
96
96
Low Heat (Fins/Ft)
52
52
52
52
Filters
Panel Filters
Number/Size (Inches)
25-24x24x2
25-24x24x2
25-24x24x2
25-24x24x2
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
Face Area (Ft2)
Bag Filters
3-12x24x19
3-12x24x19
3-12x24x19
3-12x24x19
Number/Size (Inches)
15-24x24x19
15-24x24x19
15-24x24x19
15-24x24x19
Cartridge Filters
3-12x24x12
3-12x24x12
3-12x24x12
3-12x24x12
15-24x24x12
15-24x24x12
15-24x24x12
15-24x24x12
Prefilters (For Bag & Cartridge)
3-20x24x2
3-20x24x2
3-20x24x2
3-20x24x2
15-24x24x2
15-24x24x2
15-24x24x2
15-24x24x2
66.0
66.0
66.0
66.0
Face Area (Ft2)
Standard Unit Min. Outside Air Temperature For Mechanical Cooling
Without Hot Gas Bypass
45 F
45 F
45 F
45 F
With Hot Gas Bypass
45 F
45 F
45 F
45 F
Notes:
1. For cfm values outside these ranges, refer to RT-EB-104.
2 Refer to Table 35-3 for availability of electric heat kw ranges by voltage.
3. 90-130 Ton models are dual circuit.
4. Max cfm for 105 Ton std is 44,000.
5 The firing rate of the unit can vary from 33% of the Heater Mbh up to the nameplate rating of the unit.
6. The firing rate of the unit can vary from pilot rate of 125,000 Btuh up to the nameplate rating of the unit.
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General
Data
Table 11-1 — ARI Performance Data1
Tons
20
Table 11-2 — ARI Correction Multipliers
ARI Performance Data1
Capacity
Model3
(MBh) EER
SAHFC2040A**A**A*****
220
9.5
SXHFC2040A**A**A*****
220
9.5
SFHFC204LA**A**A*****
220
9.4
SEHFC204*A**A**A*****
220
9.4
SLHFC204LA**A**A*****
220
9.4
SSHFC204LA**A**A*****
220
9.4
2
IPLV
12.8
12.8
12.7
12.7
12.6
12.7
Notes:
1. This information is rated in accordance to the ARI Standard 360-86 for large unitary
equipment up to 20 tons. These Trane products can be found in the current ARI
Directory.
2. IPLV — Integrated Part Load Value
3. This information applies to units whose design sequence (Digit 10) is “A” or later.
Model
Digit
9
9
9
13
13
13
Designator
H,J,P
H
H
B
D
E
Capacity
100
100
100
100
99
99
100% Economizer
High Capacity Coil
16
21
D
G
100
114
99
109
98
107
High Efficiency Motor
Inlet Guide Vanes
21
17
L
3
100
100
101
99
101
99
VFD (60 Hz)
17
6-9
99
98
98
Option Description
High Heat — Gas
High Heat — Steam
High Heat — Hot Water
Wire Mesh Filter
95% Bag filter
95% Cartridge Filter
Multipliers (%)
EER
IPLV2
100
100
99
98
99
99
101
101
95
91
95
92
Table 11-3 — Economizer Outdoor Air Damper Leakage (Of Rated Airflow)
Standard “Low Leak”
Optional “Ultra Low Leak”
∆P Across Dampers (In. WC)
0.5 (In.)
1.0 (In.)
1.5 %
2.5 %
0.5 %
1.0 %
Note: Above data based on tests completed in accordance with AMCA Standard 575 at AMCA
Laboratories.
Application
Considerations
EXHAUST AIR OPTIONS
When is it necessary to provide building
exhaust? Whenever an outdoor air
economizer is used, a building generally
requires an exhaust system. The
purpose of the exhaust system is to
exhaust the proper amount of air to
prevent over or underpressurization of
the building. The goal is to exhaust
approximately 10 percent less air than
the amount of outside air going into the
building. This maintains a slightly
positive building pressure.
A building may have all or part of its
exhaust system in the rooftop unit.
Often, a building provides exhaust
external to the air conditioning
equipment. This external exhaust must
be considered when selecting the
rooftop exhaust system.
IntelliPak® Rooftop units offer four
types of exhaust systems:
1
100 percent modulating exhaust with
Statitrac™ direct space sensing building
pressurization control (with or without
variable frequency drives).
2
100 percent modulating exhaust without
Statitrac.
3
50 percent power exhaust.
4
Barometric relief dampers.
Application Recommendations
1
100 percent modulating exhaust with
Statitrac™ control
For both CV and VAV rooftops, the 100
percent modulating exhaust discharge
dampers (or VFD) are modulated in
response to building pressure. A
differential pressure control system,
called Statitrac™, uses a differential
pressure transducer to compare indoor
building pressure to atmospheric
pressure. The FC exhaust fan is turned
on when required to lower building static
pressure to setpoint. The Statitrac
control system then modulates the
discharge dampers (or VFD) to control
the building pressure to within the
adjustable, specified dead band that is
set at the Human Interface Panel.
Advantages of the Statitrac™
100 percent modulating exhaust
system are:
a
The exhaust fan runs only when needed
to lower building static pressure.
b
Statitrac compensates for pressure
variations within the building from
remote exhaust fans and makeup
air units.
c
The exhaust fan discharges in a single
direction resulting in more efficient fan
operation compared to return fan
systems.
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d
Because discharge dampers modulate
the airflow, the exhaust fan may be
running unloaded whenever the
economizer dampers are less than
100 percent open.
With an exhaust fan system, the supply
fan must be sized to pull the return air
back to the unit through the return
system during non-economizer
operation. However, a supply fan can
typically overcome return duct losses
more efficiently than a return air fan
system. Essentially, one large fan by
itself is normally more efficient than two
fans in series because of only one drive
loss not two as with return air systems.
The reason for either a return air fan or
an exhaust fan is to control building
pressure. The Trane 100 percent
modulating exhaust system with
Statitrac does a better job controlling
building pressure than return fans
simply because 100 percent modulating
exhaust discharge dampers (or VFD)
are controlled directly from building
pressure, rather than from an indirect
indicator of building pressure such as
outdoor air damper position.
The 100 percent modulating exhaust
system with Statitrac may be used on
any rooftop application that has an
outdoor air economizer. However, when
most exhaust is handled external to the
rooftop or when building pressure is not
critical, one of the other less expensive
methods of exhaust may be used.
Application
Considerations
2
100 Percent Exhaust System
Competitive rooftops use a return air fan
system for controlling the amount of
exhaust air during economizer
operation. The return fan is in series
with the supply fan and must operate
whenever the supply fan is operating.
During economizer operation, the
economizer outdoor air dampers control
the position of the return and exhaust
air dampers, to exhaust the proper
amount of air. The disadvantage of a
return air fan is that it runs continuously,
versus an exhaust fan system which
runs only when needed to lower or
maintain building static pressure. Also,
the return fan must discharge air in two
directions, through the return air
dampers and/or exhaust air dampers,
resulting in less efficient operation
compared to an exhaust fan.
The IntelliPak® Rooftop unit offers
modulating 100 percent exhaust
system. This fan system has
performance capabilities equal to the
supply fan. The FC exhaust fans are
started by the economizer’s outdoor air
damper position and the exhaust
dampers track the economizer outdoor
air damper position. The amount of air
exhausted by this fan is controlled by
modulating discharge dampers at the
fan outlet. The discharge damper
position is controlled by a signal that
varies with the position of the
economizer dampers. When the
exhaust fans start, the modulating
discharge dampers are fully closed, and
exhaust airflow is 15 to 20 percent of
total exhaust capabilities.
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50 Percent Exhaust System
The 50 percent exhaust system is a
single FC exhaust fan with half the airmoving capabilities of the supply fan
system. The experience of The Trane
Company is that a non-modulating
exhaust system selected for 40 to 50
percent of nominal supply CFM can be
applied successfully.
The 50 percent exhaust system
generally should not be selected for
more than 40 to 50 percent of design
supply airflow. Since it is an on/off
nonmodulating system, it does not vary
exhaust CFM with the amount of
Figure 12-1 — Plan View of Modulating 100 Percent Exhaust System
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outside air entering the building.
Therefore, if selected for more than 40
to 50 percent of supply airflow, the
building may become underpressurized when economizer operation
is allowing lesser amounts of outdoor air
into the building. If, however, building
pressure is not of a critical nature, the
non-modulating exhaust system may be
sized for more than 50 percent of
design supply airflow.
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Barometric Relief Dampers
Barometric relief dampers consist of
gravity dampers which open with
increased building pressure. As the
building pressure increases, the
pressure in the unit return section also
increases, opening the dampers and
relieving air. Barometric relief may be
used to provide relief for single story
buildings with no return ductwork and
exhaust requirements less than 25
percent.
Application
Considerations
Horizontal Discharge
The typical rooftop installation has both
the supply and return air paths routed
through the roof curb and building roof.
However, many rooftop installations
require horizontal supply and/or return
from the rooftop because of a building’s
unique design or for acoustic
considerations.
Trane has two ways to accomplish
horizontal supply and/or return. The first
applies to all IntelliPak® Rooftop units.
Special field supplied curbs are installed
that use the unit’s standard discharge
and return openings. The supply and
return air is routed through the curb to
horizontal openings on the sides of the
curb. The second method available for
horizontal supply and return applies to
20 - 75 tons SXHF, SFHF, SLHF,
SSHF, and 90 - 130 tons SXHG, SLHG
and SSHG design units ONLY. With
this method the standard discharge and
return openings are blocked in the field.
Access panels are removed as
indicated in Figures 13-1 and 14-1.
These openings are used for the
discharge and return. No special curb
is needed.
• SXHF, SFHF, SLHF, SSHF Units
Figure 13-1 is a simplified sketch of the
rooftop showing which panels can be
used for horizontal supply and/or return.
To supply air horizontally, the panels
that normally house the heat accessory
controls (Panel A) and the gas heat
barometric dampers (Panel B) can be
removed and either of the openings
used as a unit discharge (see note 1).
To return air horizontally, the exhaust
fan access door (Panel C) can be
removed and used as a return opening.
Tables 13-1, 2 and 3 show dimensions
for those panels.
• Horizontal Discharge On
SXHF, SFHF, SLHF and SSHF
Rooftops
(20 through 75 tons)
The SXHF (extended casing cooling
only), SFHF (gas heat), SSHF (steam
heat) and SLHF (hot water heat)
rooftops can be field modified to supply
and return air horizontally without the
use of a horizontal supply/return curb.
To supply air horizontally on SXHF only,
the panels that normally house the heat
accessory controls (Panel A) and the
gas heat barometric dampers (Panel B)
can be removed and either of the
openings used as a unit discharge. To
return air horizontally, the exhaust fan
access door (Panel C) can be removed
and used as a return opening.
Note 1) For horizontal discharge on
SFHF, SLHF and SSHF units, only the
Panel B can be removed. Panel A
cannot be used due to the location of
the heating coils.
Note 2) For horizontal discharge on
SFHF (gas heat) models, the block off
under the heater must be removed.
After removal, a support must be added
for the drain tube.
Note 3) Supply and Return Base
openings must be covered when
converting to a horizontal configuration.
Figure 13-1 Horizontal Discharge Panel Dimensions — 20 - 75 tons SXHF, SFHF, SLHF, SSHF Units
Note 1: Cannot remove Panel A for horizontal
discharge on SFHF, SLHF, SSHF Units.
Table 13-1 — SXHF, SFHF, SSHF, SLHF —
Panel A and B Dimensions
Model
S*HF C20
S*HF C25
S*HF C30
S*HF C40
S*HF C50
S*HF C55
S*HF C60
S*HF C70
S*HF C75
H (in.)
40.7
40.7
52.7
64.5
76.7
76.7
64.6
64.6
64.6
W (in.)
25.5
25.5
25.5
34.5
34.5
34.5
34.5
34.5
34.5
Total Area (H X W)
(in.2)
(ft2)
1038
7.2
1038
7.2
1344
9.3
2225
15.5
2646
18.4
2646
18.4
2229
15.5
2229
15.5
2229
15.5
Table 13-2 — SXHF, SFHF, SSHF, SLHF —
Panel C Dimensions
Model
S*HF C20
S*HF C25
S*HF C30
S*HF C40
S*HF C50
S*HF C55
S*HF C60
S*HF C70
S*HF C75
H (in.)
40.7
40.7
52.7
64.5
76.7
76.7
64.6
64.6
64.6
W (in.)
34.5
34.5
34.5
34.5
34.5
34.5
34.5
34.5
34.5
Total Area (H X W)
(in.2)
(ft2)
1404
9.8
1404
9.8
1818
12.6
2225
15.5
2646
18.4
2646
18.4
2229
15.5
2229
15.5
2229
15.5
Table 13-3 — SXHF, SFHF, SSHF, SLHF —
X, Y and Z Dimensions
Model
S*HF C20
S*HF C25
S*HF C30
S*HF C40
S*HF C50
S*HF C55
S*HF C60
S*HF C70
S*HF C75
X (in.)
35.5
35.5
35.5
44.5
44.5
44.5
44.5
44.5
44.5
* = X, F , L, or S
Notes:
1. Add an extra 0.20-inches pressure drop to the supply external static to account for the extra turn the air is making.
2. The openings all have a 1.25-inch lip around the perimeter to facilitate ductwork attachment.
3. If exhaust fans are being used, provisions should be made for access to the exhaust components, since the access door is now being used as a return.
4. Use the dimensions provided and the supply Cfm to calculate the velocity (ft/min) through the openings to be sure they are acceptable.
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Y (in.)
44.0
44.0
56.0
67.8
80.0
80.0
68.0
68.0
68.0
Z (in.)
201.5
201.5
201.5
237.0
237.0
237.0
237.5
237.5
237.5
Application
Considerations
• SXHG, SLHG, SSHG Units
Figure 14-1 is a simplified sketch
showing which panels can be used for
horizontal supply and/or return. On all
90 through 130 ton units only one side
of the extended casing may be used
for horizontal supply because of the
location of the unit control panel.
There are, however, on SXHF models
two panels (Panels A) on the side
opposite the control box which can be
removed along with the vertical
support which separates the two.
Removal of the vertical support is
optional, but will ensure maximum
airflow. On SLHG, SSHG models only
one of the Panel A’s may be used for
horizontal supply because of the
location of the heating coil. Horizontal
return is accomplished in much the
same way as on S*HFs by removing
the exhaust fan access door (Panel
B). See Tables 14-1 and 2 for S*HG
panel dimensions.
When using an IntelliPak® Rooftop for
horizontal supply and return, an
additional pressure drop must be
added to the supply external static to
account for the 90 degree turn the air
is making. This additional pressure
drop depends on airflow and rooftop
size, but a range of 0.10 inches to
0.30 inches can be expected. The
openings on the rooftop all have a one
inch lip around the perimeter to
facilitate ductwork attachment. If
exhaust fans are being used on an
IntelliPak Rooftop unit with horizontal
return, provisions should be made for
access to the exhaust components,
since the access door opening is now
being used as a return. Perhaps the
return ductwork attachment to the
rooftop can include a section of
removable duct. Use the dimensions
provided and the supply and exhaust
CFM to calculate the velocity (ft/min)
through the openings.
• Horizontal Discharge
On SXHG, SLHG, SSHG
Rooftops
(90 through 130 tons)
The SXHG, SLHG, SSHG rooftops
can be field modified to supply and
return air horizontally without the use
of a horizontal supply/return curb.
To supply air horizontally, use Panel A
only. The Panel on the opposite side
cannot be used due to the location of
Figure 14-1 — Horizontal Discharge Panel Dimensions — 90 - 130 tons SXHG, SLHG, SSHG Units
Note 1: SXHG units have two Panel A’s that can be removed. Once unit is installed, panel(s)
and the 61/2” vertical support channel in between may be removed.
Table 14-1 — SXHG, SLHG, SSHG —
Panel A and B Dimensions
Panel
A
B
H (in.)
72.7
72.7
W (in.)
27.5
34.5
Total Area (H X W)
(in.2)
(ft2)
1999
13.9
2508
17.4
Notes:
1. Add an extra 0.20-inches pressure drop to the supply
external static to account for the extra turn the air is
making.
2. The openings all have a 1.25-inch lip around the
perimeter to facilitate ductwork attachment.
Table 14-2— SXHG, SLHG, SSHG —
X, Y and Z Dimensions
Model
S*HG 90-130
X (in.)
69.0
Y (in.)
77.8
Z (in.)
244.7
* = X, L, or S
3. If exhaust fans are being used, provisions should be
made for access to the exhaust components, since the
access door is now being used as a return.
4. Use the dimensions provided and the supply Cfm to
calculate the velocity (ft/min) through the openings to be
sure they are acceptable.
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Application
Considerations
cannot be used due to the location of
the unit control Panel. SXHG rooftop
air conditioners do not have a panel
configuration like the 20 through 75
ton rooftops. To achieve maximum
airflow, vertical support can be
removed after the unit has been
placed on the roof curb. It is secured
by four screws. (See Note 1) For
horizontal discharge on SLHG and
SSHG units, only the Panel A next to
the condenser fan section can be
removed. The other Panel A next to
the supply fan cannot be used due to
the location of the heating coils.
To return air horizontally, the exhaust
fan access door (Panel B) can be
removed and used as a return
opening.
High Capacity Evaporator Coil
Rooftops are popular because of their
“packaged” nature. Everything needed
is contained in one box; mix-matching
is neither necessary nor available.
With this convenience comes some
disadvantages; one is the rooftop’s
cooling capacity may not exactly
match the building load. It is
conceivable that a 50 ton rooftop
would need to be used on an
application that is 41 tons, simply
because the 40 ton rooftop does not
meet capacity.
In order to avoid such occurrences,
and to more closely match the
rooftop’s capacity to the building load,
a high capacity evaporator coil option
is available on all IntelliPak® Rooftops
20 through 105 tons. These high
capacity coils have an increased
number of evaporator coil rows as
compared to standard and enhanced
evaporator tube surfaces, resulting in
a higher capacity. Capacity tables for
both standard and high capacity coils
are available in the cooling data
section of this catalog. See Table 57-1
for the pressure drops associated with
the high capacity coil option. This
pressure drop should be added to the
total static pressure used to size the
supply fan motor.
Low Ambient Operation — Human
Interface Recommendations
Who wants to be on a roof at sub-zero
temperatures? We can understand a
service technician’s reluctance to do
this; that’s why we recommend using
a remote mounted Human Interface
Panel. The service technician can
troubleshoot and diagnose in the
comfort of a mechanical room.
Corrosive Atmospheres
Trane’s IntelliPak® Rooftops are
designed and built to industrial
standards and will perform to those
standards for an extended period
depending on the hours of use, the
quality of maintenance performed,
and the regularity of that
maintenance. One factor that can
have an adverse effect on unit life is
its operation in a corrosive
environment.
When rooftops are operated in
corrosive environments, Trane
recommends that copper fins be
utilized on the condenser and/or
evaporator coil. Because copper is
more resistant to corrosion than
aluminum, coil life expectancy is
greatly increased. Some industry
applications expose equipment to
corrosive agents that even copper
cannot fully resist. For those special
applications, a baked phenolic resin
coating (i.e. Heresite) is highly
desirable. Baked phenolic coatings or
copper fins on the condenser and/or
evaporator coils are available on
Trane’s IntelliPak Rooftops.
Ventilation Override Sequences
One of the benefits of using an
exhaust fan rather than a return fan, in
addition to the benefits of lower
energy usage and improved building
pressurization control, is that the
rooftop can be used as part of a
ventilation override system. Several
types of sequences can be easily
done when exhaust fans are a part of
the rooftop system.
What would initiate the ventilation
override control sequence? Typically,
a manual switch is used and located
near the fire protection control panel.
This enables the fire department
access to the control for use during or
after a fire. It is also possible to initiate
the sequence from a field-installed
automatic smoke detector. In either
case, a contact closure begins the
ventilation override control sequence.
CAUTION!: The ventilation override
system should not be used to
signal the presence of smoke
caused by a fire.
Trane can provide five (5) different
ventilation override sequences on
both CV and VAV IntelliPak®
Rooftops. For your convenience the
sequences can be factory preset or
fully field editable from the Human
Interface Panel or Tracer®. Any or all
five sequences may be “locked” in by
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the user at the Human Interface
Panel.
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The user can customize up to five (5)
different override sequences for
purposes such as smoke control. The
following parameters within the unit
can be defined for each of the five
sequences:
Supply Fan — on/off
Inlet Guide Vanes — open/closed/
controlling
Variable Frequency Drives — on (60
Hz)/off (0 Hz)/controlling
Exhaust Fan — on/off
Exhaust Dampers — open/closed
Economizer dampers — open/closed
Heat — off/controlling (output for) VAV
Boxes — open/controlling
Compressors and condenser fans are
shut down for any Ventilation Override
sequence. Factory preset sequences
include unit Off, Exhaust, Purge,
Purge with duct pressure control, and
Pressurization. Any of the userdefined Ventilation Override
sequences can be initiated by closing
a field supplied switch or contacts
connected to an input on the
Ventilation Override Module. If more
than one ventilation override
sequence is being requested, the
sequence with the highest priority is
initiated. Refer to the Sequence of
Operation provided in the Control
section of this catalog for more details
on each override sequence.
Natural Gas Heating
Considerations
The IntelliPak standard, or limited
modulation, gas heat exchangers are
not recommended for applications
with mixed air conditions entering the
heat exchanger below 50°F. Mixed air
temperatures below 50°F can cause
condensation to form on the heat
exchanger, leading to premature
failure. For increased reliability, the
recommendation in these applications
is full modulation gas heat. For airflow
limitations and temperature rise
across the heat exchanger information,
see Table 34-1, 2 and RT-EB-104.
Acoustical Considerations
The ideal time to make provisions to
reduce sound transmission to the
space is during the project design
phase. Proper placement of rooftop
equipment is critical to reducing
transmitted sound levels to the
building. The most economical means
Application
Considerations
of avoiding an acoustical problem is to
place any rooftop equipment away
from acoustically critical area. If
possible, rooftop equipment should
not be located directly above areas
such as: offices, conference rooms,
executive office areas and
classrooms. Ideal locations are above
corridors, utility rooms, toilet facilities,
or other areas where higher sound
levels are acceptable.
Several basic guidelines for unit
placement should be followed to
minimize sound transmission through
the building structure:
1
Never cantilever the condensing
section of the unit. A structural cross
member must support this end of the
unit.
2
Locate the unit’s center of gravity
close to or over a column or main
support beam to minimize roof
deflection and vibratory noise.
3
If the roof structure is very light, roof
joists should be replaced by a
structural shape in the critical areas
described above.
4
If several units are to be placed on
one span, they should be staggered to
reduce deflection over that span.
It is impossible to totally quantify the
effect of building structure on sound
transmission, since this depends on
the response of the roof and building
members to the sound and vibration
of the unit components. However, the
guidelines listed above are experience
proven guidelines which will help
reduce sound transmission.
Trane’s Engineering Bulletin
RT-EB-80 describes various duct
installation considerations specifically
addressing indoor sound level
concerns. This bulletin includes sound
power data on Trane’s IntelliPak
Rooftops 20 through 130 tons. Ask
your local Trane representative for this
informative engineering bulletin.
The VariTrane® Computerized Duct
Design Program can be used to
analyze the truck duct, run-out duct,
VAV control unit and terminal unit
noise attenuation. This program
quantifies the airborne sound
generation that can be expected in
each terminal so that the designer can
identify potential sound problems and
make design alterations before
equipment installation.
The Trane Acoustics Program (TAP)
allows modeling of rooftop installation
parameters. The output of this
program shows the resulting indoor
NC level for the modeled installation.
This program is available from Trane’s
Customer Direct Service Network™
(C.D.S.), ask your local Trane
representative for additional
information on this program.
Clearance Requirements
The recommended clearances
identified with unit dimensions should
be maintained to assure adequate
serviceability, maximum capacity and
peak operating efficiency. A reduction
in unit clearance could result in
condenser coil starvation or warm
condenser air recirculation. If the
clearances shown are not possible on
a particular job, consider the following:
There are several other sources of
unit sound, i.e., supply fan,
compressors, exhaust fans,
condenser fans and aerodynamic
noise generated at the duct fittings.
Refer to the ASHRAE Applications
Handbook, Chapter 42, 1991 edition
for guidelines for minimizing the
generation of aerodynamic noise
associated with duct fittings.
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• Do the clearances available allow for
•
•
major service work such as changing
compressors or coils?
Do the clearances available allow for
proper outside air intake, exhaust air
removal and condenser airflow?
If screening around the unit is being
used, is there a possibility of air
recirculation from the exhaust to the
outside air intake or from condenser
exhaust to condenser intake?
Actual clearances which appear
inadequate should be reviewed with a
local Trane sales engineer.
When two or more units are to be
placed side by side, the distance
between the units should be
increased to 150 percent of the
recommended single unit clearance.
The units should also be staggered as
shown in Figure 17-1 for two reasons:
1
To reduce span deflection if more than
one unit is placed on a single span.
Reducing deflection discourages
sound transmission.
2
To assure proper diffusion of exhaust
air before contact with the outside air
intake of adjacent unit.
®
Application
Considerations
Duct Design
It is important to note that the rated
capacities of the rooftop can be met
only if the rooftop is properly installed
in the field. A well-designed duct
system is essential in meeting these
capacities.
diameters to allow the conversion of
fan energy from velocity pressure to
static pressure.
The satisfactory distribution of air
throughout the system requires that
there be an unrestricted and uniform
airflow from the rooftop discharge
duct. This discharge section should be
straight for at least several duct
However, when job conditions dictate
elbows be installed near the rooftop
outlet, the loss of capacity and static
pressure may be reduced through the
use of guide vanes and proper
direction of the bend in the elbow. The
high velocity side of the rooftop outlet
should be directed at the outside
radius of the elbow rather than the
inside as illustrated in Figure 17-2.
Figure 17-1 — Unit Placement
*50 Through 130 Ton Rooftop Units
have two outdoor air intakes.
Figure 17-2 — Duct Design
Improper
Proper
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Selection
Procedure
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This section outlines a step-by-step
procedure that may be used to select a
Trane single-zone air conditioner. The
sample selection is based on the
following conditions:
Summer outdoor design conditions —
95 DB/76 WB ambient temperature
Summer room design conditions —
78 DB/65 WB
Total cooling load — 430 MBh
(35.8 tons)
Sensible cooling load — 345 MBh
(28.8 tons)
Outdoor air ventilation load —
66.9 MBh
Return air temperature — 80 DB/65 WB
Winter Design:
• Winter outdoor design conditions —
0F
• Return air temperature — 70 F
• Total heating load — 475 MBh
• Winter outdoor air ventilation load —
133 MBh
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Air Delivery Data:
Supply fan cfm — 17,500 cfm
External static pressure —
1.2 in wg
Minimum outdoor air ventilation —
1,750 cfm
Exhaust fan cfm — 12,000 cfm
Return air duct negative static pressure
— 0.65 in wg
Electrical Characteristics:
Voltage/cycle/phase — 460/60/3
Unit Accessories:
• Gas fired heat exchanger — high
heat module
• Throwaway filters
• Economizer
• Modulating 100 percent exhaust/
return fan
COOLING CAPACITY SELECTION
Step 1 — Nominal Unit Size Selection
A summation of the peak cooling load
and the outside air ventilation load
shows: 430 MBh + 66.9 MBh = 496.9
MBh required unit capacity. From
Table 26-1, a 50-ton unit capacity with
standard capacity evaporator coil at
80 DB/65 WB, 95 F outdoor air
temperature and 17,500 total supply
cfm is 551 MBh total and 422 MBh
sensible. Thus, a nominal 50-ton unit
with standard capacity evaporator coil
is selected.
Step 2 — Evaporator Coil Entering
Conditions
Mixed air dry bulb temperature
determination:
Using the minimum percent of OA
(1,750 cfm ÷ 17,500 cfm = 10 percent),
determine the mixture dry bulb to the
evaporator.
RADB + % OA (OADB - RADB) = 80 +
(0.10) (95 - 80) = 80 + 1.5
= 81.5 F
Approximate wet bulb mixture
temperature:
RAWB + % OA (OAWB - RAWB) =
65 + (0.10) (76 - 65) = 65 + 1.1
= 66.1 F
Step 3 — Determine Supply Fan
Motor Heat Gain
Having selected a nominal 50-ton unit,
the supply fan bhp can be calculated.
The supply fan motor heat gain must be
considered in final determination of unit
capacity.
Supply Air Fan
Determine unit total static pressure
at design supply cfm:
External Static Pressure
1.2 inches
Evaporator Coil
(Table 57-1)
0.25 inches
Return Duct Negative
Static Pressure
0.65 inches
Heat Exchanger
(Table 57-1)
0.31 inches
Throwaway Filter
(Table 57-1)
0.10 inches
Economizer w/Exhaust Fan
(Table 57-1)
0.12 inches
Trane Roof Curb
0.13 inches
(Table 57-1)
Unit Total Static Pressure 2.76 inches
Using total of 17,500 cfm and total
static pressure of 2.76 inches, enter
Table 41-1. Table 41-1 shows 15.3 bhp
with 924 rpm.
From Chart 19-1 supply fan motor heat
gain = 46.0 MBh.
18
Selection
Procedure
Step 4 — Determine Total Required
Cooling Capacity
Required capacity = Total peak load +
OA load + supply air fan motor heat.
Chart 19-1 — Fan Motor Heat
120
110
Step 6 — Determine Leaving Air
Temperature
Unit sensible heat capacity corrected for
supply air fan motor heat = 426 MBh 46 MBh = 380 MBh.
Supply air dry bulb temperature
difference =
Sensible Btu
=
1.085 x Supply cfm
380 MBh ÷ (1.085 x 17,500 cfm)
= 20.0 F
Supply air dry bulb = 81.5 DB - 20.0
= 61.5 F
Unit enthalpy difference =
Total Btu
=
4.5 x Supply cfm
561 MBh ÷ (4.5 x 17,500 cfm) =
7.12 Btu/lb
Leaving enthalpy = h(ent WB) h(diff). From Table 21-1 h(ent WB) =
30.9 Btu/lb
Leaving enthalpy = 30.9 Btu/lb - 7.12
Btu/lb = 23.78 Btu/lb
Supply air wet bulb = 55.9
Leaving air temperature = 61.5
DB/55.9 WB
FAN MOTOR HEAT - MBH
Required capacity = 430 + 66.9 +
46.0 = 543 MBh (45.2 tons)
Step 5 — Determine Unit Capacity
From Table 26-1, unit capacity at 81.5
DB/66.1 WB entering the evaporator,
17,500 supply air cfm, 95 F outdoor
ambient, is 561 MBh (45.8 tons) with
426 MBh sensible.
STANDARD MOTOR
HIGH EFFICIENCY MOTOR
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
MOTOR BRAKE HORSE POWER
Supply air fan motor heat temperature
rise = 46,000 Btu ÷ (1.085 x 17,500
cfm) = 2.42 F
Table 34-1 also shows an air
temperature rise of 36.0 F for 17,500
cfm through the heating module.
Air temperature entering heating
module = 63.0 + 2.42 = 65.4 F
Unit supply temperature at design
heating conditions = mixed air
temperature + air temperature rise =
65.4 F + 36.0 F = 101.4 F.
Step 2 — Determine Total Winter
Heating Load
Total winter heating load = peak heating
load + ventilation load - supply fan
motor heat = 475 + 133 - 46.0 =
562 MBh
HEATING CAPACITY SELECTION
Electric Heating System
Unit operating on 460/60/3 power
supply.
Step 1 — Determine Air Temperature
Entering Heating Module
Mixed air temperature = RADB + % OA
(OADB - RADB) = 70 + (0.10) (0 - 70) =
63 F
From Table 35-3, kw may be selected
for a nominal 50-ton unit operating
460-volt power. The 170 kw heat
module (580.1 MBh) will satisfy the
winter heating load of 563 MBh.
Table 35-1 shows an air temperature
rise of 30.6 F for 17,500 cfm through
the 170 kw heat module.
Unit supply temperature at design
heating conditions = mixed air
temperature + air temperature rise =
65.4 F + 30.6 F = 96.0 F.
Gas Heating System (Natural Gas)
From Table 34-1 select the high heat
module (697 MBh output) to satisfy
winter heating load of 563 MBh at
unit cfm.
19
Hot Water Heating
Assume a hot water supply temperature
of 190 F. Subtract the mixed air
temperature from the hot water
temperature to determine the ITD (initial
temperature difference).
ITD = 190 F - 65.4 F = 125 F. Divide the
winter heating load by ITD = 563 MBh ÷
125 F = 4.50 Q/ITD.
From Table 36-1, select the low heat
module. By interpolation, a Q/ITD of
4.50 can be obtained at a gpm at 25.7.
Water pressure drop at 25.7 gpm is
0.57 ft. of water. Heat module
temperature rise is determined by:
Total Btu
= ∆T
1.085 x Supply cfm
563,000
= 29.7 F
(1.085 x 17,500)
Unit supply air temperature = mixed air
temperature + air temperature rise =
65.4 + 29.7 = 95 F.
Selection
Procedure
Steam Heating System
Assume a 15 psig steam supply.
From Table 34-4, the saturated
temperature steam is 250 F. Subtract
mixed air temperature from the steam
temperature to determine ITD. ITD =
250 F - 65.4 F = 185 F.
Divide winter heating load by ITD =
563 MBh ÷ 185 F = 3.04 Q/ITD.
From Table 34-3, select the high heat
module. The high heat module at
17,500 cfm has a Q/ITD = 5.11.
Heat module capacity, Q = ITD x
Q/ITD = 185 F x 5.11 Q/ITD =
945 MBh
Heat module air temperature rise
Total Btu
=
1.085 x Supply cfm
945 Btu ÷ (1.085 x 17,500 cfm)
= 49.8 F.
Unit supply temperature at design
conditions = mixed air temperature + air
temperature rise = 65.4 F + 49.8 F
= 115 F.
AIR DELIVERY PROCEDURE
Supply fan performance tables include
internal resistance of rooftop. For total
static pressure determination, system
external static must be added to
appropriate component static pressure
drop (evaporator coil, filters, optional
economizer, optional exhaust fan,
optional heating system, optional
cooling only extended casing, optional
roof curb).
Supply Fan Motor Sizing
The supply fan motor selected in the
cooling capacity determination was 15.3
bhp and 924 rpm. Thus, a 20 hp supply
fan motor is selected. Enter Table 58-1
to select the proper drive. For a 50-ton
rooftop with 20 hp motor, a drive
number 9 — 900 rpm is selected.
Exhaust Fan Motor Sizing
The exhaust fan is selected based on
total return system negative static
pressure and exhaust fan cfm. Return
system negative static include return
duct static and roof curb static
pressure drop.
Return duct static pressure =
0.65 inches
Trane roof curb (Table 57-1) =
0.12 inches
Total return system negative static
pressure = 0.77 inches
Exhaust fan cfm = 12,000 cfm
From Table 59-1, the required bhp is
3.45 hp at 574 rpm. Thus, the exhaust
fan motor selected is 5 hp.
To select a drive, enter Table 60-1 for a
5 hp motor for a 50 ton unit. Drive
selection number 6 — 600 rpm.
Where altitudes are significantly above
sea level, use Tables 21-2 and 21-3 and
Figure 21-1 for applicable correction
factors.
UNIT ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
Selection procedures for electrical
requirements for wire sizing amps,
maximum fuse sizing, and dual element
fuses are given in the electrical service
section of this catalog.
Altitude Corrections
The rooftop performance tables and
curves of this catalog are based on
standard air (.075 lbs/ft). If the rooftop
airflow requirements are at other than
standard conditions (sea level), an air
density correction is needed to project
accurate unit performance.
Figure 21-1 shows the air density ratio
at various temperatures and elevations.
Trane rooftops are designed to operate
between 40 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit
leaving air temperature.
The procedure to use when selecting a
supply or exhaust fan on a rooftop for
elevations and temperatures other than
standard is as follows:
1
First, determine the air density ratio
using Figure 21-1.
2
Divide the static pressure at the
nonstandard condition by the air
density ratio to obtain the corrected
static pressure.
3
Use the actual cfm and the corrected
static pressure to determine the fan rpm
and bhp from the rooftop performance
tables or curves.
4
The fan rpm is correct as selected.
5
Bhp must be multiplied by the air
density ratio to obtain the actual
operating bhp.
In order to better illustrate this
procedure, the following example is
used:
Consider a 60-ton rooftop unit that is to
deliver 18,000 actual cfm at 3-inches
total static pressure (tsp), 55 F leaving
air temperature, at an elevation of
5,000 ft.
20
1
From Figure 21-1, the air density ratio is
0.86.
2
Tsp = 3.0-inches / 0.86 = 3.49
inches tsp.
3
From the performance tables: a 60-ton
rooftop (without inlet vanes) will deliver
18,000 cfm at 3.49-inches tsp at 906
rpm and 21.25 bhp.
4
The rpm is correct as selected 906 rpm.
5
Bhp = 21.25 x 0.86 = 18.3 bhp actual.
Compressor MBh, SHR, and kw should
be calculated at standard and then
converted to actual using the correction
factors in Table 21-2. Apply these
factors to the capacities selected at
standard cfm so as to correct for the
reduced mass flow rate across the
condenser.
Heat selections other than gas heat will
not be affected by altitude. Nominal gas
capacity (output) should be multiplied by
the factors given in Table 21-3 before
calculating the heating supply air
temperature.
Performance
Adjustment
Factors
®
Table 21-1 — Enthalpy of Saturated Air
Wet Bulb Temperature
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
Btu Per Lb.
15.23
15.70
16.17
16.66
17.15
17.65
18.16
18.68
19.21
19.75
20.30
20.86
21.44
22.02
22.62
23.22
23.84
24.48
25.12
25.78
26.46
27.15
27.85
28.57
29.31
30.06
30.83
31.62
32.42
33.25
34.09
34.95
35.83
36.74
37.66
38.61
Figure 21-1 — Air Density Ratios
Altitude Temperature Correction
Air Density Ratio
(Density at New Air
Density) Condition/Std.
Rooftop Leaving Air
Temperature (degrees F)
Table 21-2 — Cooling Capacity Altitude Correction Factors
Altitude (Ft.)
3000
4000
Sea Level
1000
2000
1.00
0.99
0.99
0.98
1.00
1.01
1.02
1.00
.98
115 F
114 F
Cooling Capacity
Multiplier
KW Correction
Multiplier
(Compressors)
SHR Correction
Multiplier
Maximum
Condenser
Ambient
5000
6000
7000
0.97
0.96
0.95
0.94
1.03
1.04
1.05
1.06
1.07
.95
.93
.91
.89
.87
.85
113 F
112 F
111 F
110 F
109 F
108 F
Note:
SHR = Sensible Heat Ratio
Table 21-3 — Gas Heating Capacity Altitude Correction Factors
Capacity
Multiplier
Sea Level
To 2000
2001
To 2500
2501
To 3500
1.00
.92
.88
Altitude (Ft.)
3501
To 4500
.84
4501
To 5500
5501
To 6500
6501
To 7500
.80
.76
.72
Note:
Correction factors are per AGA Std 221.30 — 1964, Part VI, 6.12. Local codes may supersede.
21
Performance
Data
®
20 Ton
Table 22-1 — 20 Ton Gross Capacity — STANDARD CAPACITY Evaporator Coil With Scroll Compressor
Ambient Temperature
85
CFM
4000
6000
7000
8000
9000
ENT
DB
(F)
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
61
CAP SHC
184 132
185 149
185 167
187 186
203 155
204 180
207 205
215 215
209 165
210 193
215 215
226 226
214 174
216 206
223 223
235 235
218 183
221 218
231 231
243 243
CAP
205
205
206
206
224
225
226
226
231
231
232
234
236
236
237
240
239
241
241
245
67
SHC
110
129
146
164
125
150
174
199
132
159
187
215
137
168
198
230
142
176
209
244
95
73
CAP SHC
228 84.6
228 106
228 124
229 142
248 91.5
248 119
249 144
250 168
255 94.6
255 124
255 152
256 180
260 96.8
260 129
261 160
262 191
264 98.5
264 134
265 167
266 201
61
CAP SHC
178 129
178 146
179 164
181 181
195 151
196 176
199 199
209 209
201 161
203 189
209 209
220 220
206 170
208 202
217 217
228 228
209 179
212 212
223 223
235 235
67
CAP SHC
198 107
198 125
199 143
199 160
216 122
217 146
218 171
219 195
222 128
223 155
224 183
225 211
226 133
228 164
228 194
231 226
230 138
231 172
232 205
236 236
105
Entering Wet Bulb
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
221 81.6
171 125
220 102
172 142
221 121
173 160
221 139
176 176
239 88.3
188 148
240 115
189 172
240 141
193 193
241 165
203 203
245 91.3
193 157
246 120
195 185
246 149
202 202
247 176
212 212
250 93.2
197 166
250 125
200 198
251 156
209 209
252 187
221 221
254 94.8
200 175
254 130
204 204
255 163
216 216
256 197
228 228
67
CAP SHC
191 103
191 122
192 139
192 157
208 118
208 142
209 167
210 191
213 124
214 151
215 179
217 207
217 129
218 160
219 190
223 222
221 134
222 167
223 201
228 228
115
73
CAP SHC
212 78.5
212 989
213 117
213 135
230 84.9
230 111
230 137
231 161
235 88.0
236 117
236 145
237 172
240 89.5
240 122
241 152
242 183
243 91.1
244 126
245 159
246 193
61
CAP SHC
164 121
165 139
166 156
170 170
179 143
181 168
186 186
196 196
184 153
186 181
194 194
205 205
188 162
191 191
202 202
213 213
191 170
196 196
208 208
219 219
67
CAP SHC
183 99.8
183 118
184 135
184 153
199 114
199 138
200 163
202 188
203 120
204 147
205 175
208 203
207 125
209 155
210 186
213 213
211 130
212 163
213 197
220 220
73
CAP SHC
204 75.2
204 95.4
204 114
204 132
220 81.5
220 108
221 133
222 157
225 84.3
226 113
226 141
227 168
229 85.7
230 118
230 148
231 179
232 87.3
233 123
234 155
235 189
Table 22-2 — 20 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity — HIGH CAPACITY Evaporator Coil With Scroll Compressor
Ambient Temperature
85
CFM
4000
6000
7000
8000
9000
ENT
DB
(F)
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
61
CAP SHC
210 152
210 174
211 195
215 215
231 184
233 216
240 240
252 252
238 199
241 236
252 252
266 266
244 212
249 249
263 263
277 277
249 226
257 257
272 272
287 287
CAP
234
234
234
235
256
256
258
260
263
264
265
269
268
269
272
278
272
274
277
288
67
SHC
126
148
170
191
146
177
209
246
155
191
227
264
163
203
245
278
170
215
262
288
95
73
CAP SHC
260 97.6
260 120
260 143
261 165
283 104
284 138
284 170
285 201
290 107
291 147
291 182
293 218
295 110
296 153
297 194
299 235
300 112
301 160
302 205
304 250
61
CAP SHC
202 148
202 169
204 191
209 209
222 180
224 211
232 232
244 244
229 194
232 231
244 244
257 257
234 208
240 240
254 254
268 268
239 221
248 248
263 263
278 278
67
CAP SHC
225 122
225 144
226 165
226 187
246 142
246 173
248 204
250 242
252 151
253 186
255 222
258 258
257 158
258 199
261 240
269 269
261 166
263 211
267 257
278 278
105
Entering Wet Bulb
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
251 93.7
194 144
251 116
194 165
251 139
196 187
251 161
202 202
272 100
212 175
273 134
215 207
273 166
224 224
274 197
236 236
278 103
219 189
279 143
223 223
280 178
235 235
281 214
249 249
283 106
224 203
284 149
231 231
285 189
245 245
287 230
259 259
287 108
228 216
288 155
239 239
290 200
253 253
292 246
268 268
Notes:
1. All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat.
2. CAP = Total gross cooling capacity (MBH).
3. SHC = Sensible heat capacity (MBH).
22
67
CAP SHC
216 118
216 140
217 161
218 182
235 137
236 168
237 200
240 232
241 146
242 181
244 218
249 249
246 153
247 194
250 235
259 259
249 161
251 206
255 252
268 268
115
73
CAP SHC
241 89.7
241 112
241 135
242 157
260 96.1
261 129
261 161
263 192
266 98.8
267 138
268 173
269 209
271 101
272 144
273 184
275 226
274 104
275 150
277 195
279 241
61
CAP SHC
185 139
186 161
188 184
195 195
203 170
205 202
216 216
228 228
208 184
214 214
226 226
239 239
213 198
222 222
235 235
249 249
217 211
229 229
243 243
257 257
67
CAP SHC
207 114
207 135
207 157
208 178
224 133
225 164
227 195
230 227
230 141
231 176
233 213
240 240
234 148
235 189
239 231
249 249
237 156
239 201
243 243
258 258
73
CAP SHC
230 85.6
230 108
231 130
231 152
248 91.8
249 125
250 157
251 188
254 94.4
255 133
256 168
257 205
258 96.8
259 140
260 180
262 221
261 99.2
262 146
264 191
267 237
25 Ton
Performance
Data
Table 23-1 — 25 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity — STANDARD CAPACITY Evaporator Coil With Scroll Compressor
Ambient Temperature
85
CFM
5000
7000
8750
10000
11000
ENT
DB
(F)
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
80
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
61
CAP SHC
245 176
244 200
244 224
248 246
264 201
264 233
267 263
278 278
274 221
275 258
284 284
298 298
280 234
282 274
295 295
310 310
284 243
288 284
302 302
318 318
CAP
272
272
272
271
293
292
292
292
304
304
304
305
310
310
310
313
314
314
314
319
67
SHC
145
169
193
218
160
192
224
256
172
210
248
285
179
222
264
303
185
231
276
315
95
73
CAP SHC
302 113
302 137
302 162
301 186
324 118
324 151
323 182
323 214
336 122
336 160
335 198
335 236
342 124
342 167
342 209
341 251
347 126
346 172
346 217
346 262
61
CAP SHC
236 171
236 195
236 220
240 240
253 196
254 228
258 256
270 270
264 216
265 253
275 275
289 289
269 228
272 267
285 285
300 300
272 238
277 277
292 292
307 307
67
CAP SHC
262 140
262 164
262 189
262 213
281 155
281 187
281 219
281 251
292 167
292 205
292 243
293 279
298 174
298 217
297 259
301 296
302 180
301 225
302 271
307 307
105
Entering Wet Bulb
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
291 109
226 166
291 133
226 190
291 157
227 214
291 181
233 233
312 114
243 191
311 146
243 223
311 178
248 248
311 209
261 261
323 117
252 210
322 155
254 246
322 193
265 265
322 231
279 279
329 119
257 223
328 162
261 260
328 204
275 275
328 246
289 289
333 121
260 232
332 167
267 267
332 212
282 282
332 257
296 296
67
CAP SHC
252 135
252 159
251 184
251 208
270 150
269 182
269 214
270 245
279 161
279 200
279 238
282 273
285 169
284 211
285 253
290 288
288 174
288 220
288 265
296 296
115
73
CAP SHC
280 104
280 128
279 152
279 176
299 109
298 141
298 172
298 204
309 112
309 150
308 188
308 226
314 114
314 157
314 199
314 241
318 116
318 162
317 207
317 252
61
CAP SHC
216 161
216 185
217 209
224 224
231 185
232 217
239 239
251 251
240 204
243 239
255 255
268 268
244 217
250 250
264 264
278 278
248 226
256 256
270 270
285 285
67
CAP SHC
241 130
241 154
240 178
240 202
257 145
257 177
257 209
257 240
266 156
266 194
266 232
269 266
271 163
271 206
271 247
278 278
274 169
274 214
275 258
285 285
73
CAP SHC
268 99
268 123
267 147
267 171
285 104
285 136
285 167
284 199
294 107
294 145
294 183
294 221
299 109
299 151
299 194
299 235
303 111
303 156
302 201
302 247
Table 23-2 — 25 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity — HIGH CAPACITY Evaporator Coil With Scroll Compressor
Ambient Temperature
85
CFM
5000
7000
8750
10000
11000
ENT
DB
(F)
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
61
CAP SHC
273 196
273 224
274 252
281 281
294 233
296 272
303 303
319 319
306 259
310 305
326 326
343 343
313 277
321 321
339 339
356 356
318 291
329 329
347 347
366 366
CAP
304
303
303
303
326
326
326
328
339
338
340
344
345
345
347
356
349
349
353
366
67
SHC
162
189
217
244
182
222
261
300
198
246
294
338
208
263
316
356
216
275
332
366
95
73
CAP SHC
337 125
337 153
337 181
336 208
361 132
361 171
361 210
360 249
374 136
374 184
373 232
373 279
381 139
380 193
380 247
380 300
385 141
385 200
384 258
385 316
61
CAP SHC
262 191
262 218
264 246
272 272
282 227
284 266
293 293
308 308
293 253
298 297
314 314
331 331
300 271
309 309
326 326
344 344
304 284
317 317
335 335
353 353
67
CAP SHC
292 156
291 183
291 211
292 238
313 177
313 216
313 255
315 294
324 192
324 240
325 288
331 330
330 202
330 257
333 309
344 344
334 210
334 269
338 325
353 353
105
Entering Wet Bulb
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
324 120
251 185
324 148
251 212
324 175
253 240
323 202
263 263
346 126
269 221
346 165
271 259
346 204
282 282
345 243
297 297
358 130
280 247
358 178
286 286
358 226
302 302
358 274
319 319
364 133
286 264
364 187
297 297
364 241
314 314
364 294
331 331
368 135
290 277
368 194
304 304
368 253
322 322
369 310
339 339
Notes:
1. All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat.
2. CAP = Total gross cooling capacity.
3. SHC = Sensible heat capacity.
23
67
CAP SHC
279 150
279 178
279 205
279 232
299 171
298 210
299 249
301 287
309 186
309 234
311 281
318 318
314 196
315 250
318 302
331 331
318 204
318 263
323 317
339 339
115
73
CAP SHC
310 114
310 142
310 169
310 197
331 120
331 159
330 198
330 237
342 125
341 172
341 220
341 268
347 127
347 181
347 235
348 288
351 129
351 188
350 247
352 304
61
CAP SHC
239 179
239 206
241 239
253 253
256 214
258 252
271 271
285 285
265 240
274 274
290 290
306 306
271 257
284 284
300 300
317 317
275 269
291 291
308 308
325 325
67
CAP SHC
266 144
266 171
266 199
266 226
284 164
284 204
284 243
287 280
293 180
293 228
295 274
306 306
298 190
299 244
302 294
317 317
301 198
302 256
308 307
325 325
73
CAP SHC
296 109
296 136
296 163
295 191
315 114
315 153
314 192
314 231
325 119
324 166
324 214
325 261
330 121
330 175
329 229
331 282
333 124
333 182
333 241
335 297
Performance
Data
30 Ton
Table 24-1 — 30 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity — STANDARD CAPACITY Evaporator Coil With Scroll Compressor
Ambient Temperature
85
CFM
6000
9000
10500
12000
13500
ENT
DB
(F)
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
61
CAP SHC
290 209
290 238
290 267
294 293
317 246
317 287
322 322
338 338
325 263
326 308
337 337
354 354
332 278
335 326
350 350
368 368
337 293
343 341
361 361
379 379
CAP
323
322
322
322
351
351
350
351
360
360
359
361
367
367
367
370
373
373
373
380
67
SHC
172
201
230
259
194
235
275
316
204
250
296
340
213
264
315
361
221
277
332
378
95
73
CAP SHC
358 134
358 163
358 192
357 221
388 141
388 182
388 222
387 263
398 145
397 190
397 236
397 281
405 147
405 198
404 249
404 299
411 150
411 205
410 261
410 316
61
CAP SHC
280 203
279 233
280 262
286 286
304 240
305 281
312 312
328 328
312 257
314 301
326 326
343 343
318 272
322 318
338 338
356 356
323 286
330 330
348 348
367 367
67
CAP SHC
311 166
311 195
310 224
310 253
337 188
337 229
337 269
337 309
346 198
345 244
345 290
347 333
352 207
352 258
352 308
357 352
357 215
357 271
358 326
366 366
105
Entering Wet Bulb
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
345 129
268 197
345 158
268 227
345 186
269 255
344 215
276 276
373 136
291 234
373 176
292 274
372 217
301 301
372 257
316 316
382 139
298 250
381 184
301 293
381 230
315 315
381 275
331 331
389 141
304 265
388 192
309 308
388 243
326 326
388 293
343 343
394 144
309 279
394 199
318 318
393 255
336 336
393 310
353 353
67
CAP SHC
299 160
298 190
298 219
298 247
323 182
322 223
322 263
323 302
330 192
330 237
330 283
333 325
336 200
336 251
336 302
343 342
341 209
341 264
342 318
353 353
115
73
CAP SHC
331 123
331 152
331 181
331 209
357 130
357 170
356 211
356 251
365 133
365 178
364 224
364 269
371 135
371 186
371 236
370 287
376 138
376 193
376 248
376 303
61
CAP SHC
256 191
256 220
258 249
267 267
277 227
278 267
289 289
304 304
283 243
287 285
302 302
318 318
289 258
296 296
313 313
330 330
294 272
305 305
322 322
339 339
67
CAP SHC
285 154
285 183
285 212
284 241
307 176
307 216
307 257
309 295
314 185
314 231
314 276
319 316
320 194
320 245
320 294
329 329
324 202
324 258
326 311
339 339
73
CAP SHC
317 117
317 146
316 175
316 203
340 124
340 164
340 204
339 244
348 126
347 172
347 218
347 263
353 129
353 180
353 230
353 280
358 131
358 187
357 242
357 297
Table 24-2 — 30 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity — HIGH CAPACITY Evaporator Coil With Scroll Compressor
Ambient Temperature
85
CFM
6000
9000
10500
12000
13500
ENT
DB
(F)
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
61
CAP SHC
323 233
323 267
325 300
333 333
353 286
355 336
368 368
387 387
362 309
368 363
386 386
406 406
370 330
380 380
401 401
422 422
377 350
392 392
414 414
436 436
CAP
359
359
359
359
391
390
391
394
400
400
402
408
408
408
410
422
414
414
418
436
67
SHC
192
225
258
291
222
272
322
371
235
293
350
402
247
313
376
422
259
332
400
436
95
73
CAP SHC
399 148
399 182
398 214
398 247
432 157
432 207
431 257
431 307
442 161
442 218
441 276
441 333
450 164
449 229
449 294
450 358
456 167
455 239
455 311
456 382
61
CAP SHC
310 227
310 260
312 293
323 323
338 279
341 328
355 355
374 374
347 301
353 353
372 372
392 392
354 322
366 366
387 387
407 407
361 341
377 377
399 399
420 420
67
CAP SHC
345 185
345 218
345 251
345 284
374 215
374 265
374 315
378 363
383 228
383 286
384 343
392 392
390 240
390 305
393 368
407 407
395 252
396 324
401 391
420 420
105
Entering Wet Bulb
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
383 141
297 220
383 175
297 253
383 208
299 285
382 240
312 312
414 150
322 271
413 200
326 319
413 250
342 342
413 300
360 360
423 154
330 293
422 211
339 339
422 269
358 358
422 326
377 377
430 157
337 314
430 222
351 351
429 287
371 371
430 351
391 391
435 160
344 332
435 232
362 362
435 304
382 382
437 374
404 404
Notes:
1. All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat.
2. CAP = Total gross cooling capacity.
3. SHC = Sensible heat capacity.
24
67
CAP SHC
330 178
330 211
330 244
330 277
357 208
356 258
357 308
362 355
365 221
365 278
367 335
377 377
371 233
371 298
375 359
391 391
376 245
377 317
383 380
404 404
115
73
CAP SHC
367 135
366 168
366 201
366 233
395 143
394 193
394 243
394 293
403 147
403 204
402 262
403 319
409 150
409 215
409 280
410 343
415 153
414 225
414 297
416 367
61
CAP SHC
282 212
283 245
286 284
300 300
306 264
311 310
328 328
345 345
313 285
324 324
343 343
361 361
320 305
336 336
355 355
375 375
326 322
346 346
366 366
386 386
67
CAP SHC
314 171
314 204
314 236
315 269
338 200
338 250
340 300
345 344
346 213
346 271
349 326
361 361
351 225
352 290
357 350
375 375
356 237
357 309
366 366
386 386
73
CAP SHC
349 128
349 161
349 194
349 226
375 136
375 186
374 236
374 286
382 140
382 197
382 254
383 311
388 143
388 208
388 272
Performance
Data
40 Ton
Table 25-1 — 40 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity — STANDARD CAPACITY Evaporator Coil With Scroll Compressor
Ambient Temperature
85
CFM
8000
11000
14000
16000
18000
ENT
DB
(F)
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
61
CAP SHC
391 281
390 320
391 359
396 394
420 319
419 370
424 417
442 442
438 353
440 413
454 454
477 477
448 373
451 438
471 471
495 495
455 393
462 458
486 486
511 511
CAP
435
434
434
434
466
466
465
465
486
486
485
487
496
495
495
500
504
503
504
512
67
SHC
231
270
309
348
255
305
356
406
275
336
397
456
287
355
422
484
298
372
446
508
95
73
CAP SHC
483 181
482 220
482 258
482 297
516 189
516 239
515 290
515 340
537 195
537 256
536 317
536 378
547 199
547 267
546 334
546 401
556 202
555 276
555 350
554 424
61
CAP SHC
377 273
376 312
377 351
384 384
404 311
404 362
410 407
429 429
421 345
423 404
440 440
462 462
430 365
435 427
456 456
480 480
437 384
446 445
470 470
495 495
67
CAP SHC
419 224
419 263
419 302
418 340
449 247
448 297
448 348
448 398
467 267
467 328
466 389
469 447
476 279
476 346
476 414
482 474
484 290
483 364
484 437
494 494
105
Entering Wet Bulb
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
466 174
362 265
466 212
361 304
465 251
362 343
465 290
372 372
497 181
387 303
497 232
387 353
496 282
395 395
496 332
415 415
517 188
403 336
516 249
406 394
516 309
424 424
515 370
447 447
526 191
411 356
526 259
418 415
525 326
440 440
525 393
463 463
534 194
418 375
533 269
429 429
533 342
453 453
533 416
478 478
67
CAP SHC
403 216
403 255
402 294
402 332
430 239
430 289
429 340
430 389
447 258
447 319
447 380
451 437
456 270
455 338
456 405
464 461
463 281
462 356
463 428
477 477
115
73
CAP SHC
448 166
448 205
447 243
447 282
477 174
476 224
476 274
476 324
495 180
495 241
494 302
494 362
504 183
503 251
503 318
503 385
511 187
511 261
510 334
510 408
61
CAP SHC
346 257
345 296
347 334
359 359
369 294
370 344
380 380
400 400
384 327
388 383
408 408
430 430
391 347
400 400
423 423
446 446
398 366
412 412
436 436
459 459
67
CAP SHC
386 208
385 247
385 286
384 324
411 230
410 281
410 331
411 380
426 250
426 311
426 372
432 425
434 262
434 329
435 396
446 446
440 273
440 347
442 418
459 459
73
CAP SHC
429 159
429 197
428 236
428 274
456 166
455 216
455 266
455 316
472 172
472 233
472 293
471 354
481 175
480 243
480 310
479 377
487 178
487 252
486 326
486 399
Table 25-2 — 40 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity — HIGH CAPACITY Evaporator Coil With Scroll Compressor
Ambient Temperature
85
CFM
8000
11000
14000
16000
18000
ENT
DB
(F)
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
61
CAP SHC
435 314
436 358
438 403
448 448
468 362
470 431
482 482
506 506
489 415
496 487
521 521
548 548
500 443
513 513
541 541
570 570
510 470
529 529
559 559
589 589
CAP
485
485
484
485
520
519
520
522
541
541
543
550
552
552
555
570
560
560
566
589
67
SHC
258
302
346
390
286
346
405
475
316
394
470
541
333
420
505
570
349
446
537
589
95
73
CAP SHC
539 200
538 245
538 289
538 333
576 210
575 269
575 328
574 386
598 217
598 294
597 371
597 447
609 222
609 309
608 395
609 481
617 226
617 322
617 418
618 513
61
CAP SHC
419 305
419 349
421 393
435 435
449 352
452 421
466 466
490 490
469 405
477 475
503 503
530 530
479 433
495 495
523 522
551 551
488 459
510 510
539 539
569 569
67
CAP SHC
467 249
466 293
466 337
466 381
499 277
498 336
499 404
502 465
519 307
519 384
521 460
530 528
528 324
528 411
533 495
551 551
536 340
537 436
543 525
568 568
105
Entering Wet Bulb
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
519 192
401 295
518 237
401 340
518 280
404 384
517 324
420 420
553 201
429 343
552 260
432 411
552 319
449 449
552 377
473 473
574 209
448 395
573 285
458 458
573 362
484 484
573 438
510 510
584 213
457 422
583 300
476 476
583 386
503 503
584 471
530 530
591 218
466 447
591 313
490 490
591 409
518 518
593 503
547 547
Notes:
1. All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat.
2. CAP = Total gross cooling capacity.
3. SHC = Sensible heat capacity.
25
67
CAP SHC
447 240
447 284
446 328
447 372
477 268
477 327
477 395
481 455
495 298
495 375
498 450
510 510
504 314
504 401
509 484
530 530
511 330
512 426
520 513
547 547
115
73
CAP SHC
497 183
497 228
497 271
496 315
529 192
529 251
528 309
528 368
548 200
548 276
547 353
548 429
557 204
557 291
556 377
558 462
565 208
564 304
564 400
566 493
61
CAP SHC
382 286
383 330
387 382
405 405
408 340
412 400
431 431
454 454
426 384
439 439
465 465
490 490
435 411
455 455
482 482
509 509
443 435
469 469
497 497
525 525
67
CAP SHC
426 231
426 275
426 318
427 362
454 258
454 317
455 385
459 444
471 288
471 365
474 440
490 490
479 304
479 391
485 472
509 509
485 320
486 416
497 496
525 525
73
CAP SHC
475 174
475 218
474 262
474 305
504 183
504 242
503 300
503 358
522 190
521 267
521 343
522 419
530 195
530 281
529 367
531 452
537 199
536 295
536 390
539 483
50 Ton
Performance
Data
Table 26-1 — 50 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity — STANDARD CAPACITY Evaporator Coil With Scroll Compressor
Ambient Temperature
85
CFM
10000
14000
17500
20000
22500
ENT
DB
(F)
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
61
CAP SHC
475 339
475 384
474 430
479 473
513 386
512 446
516 503
536 536
534 422
535 493
547 547
575 575
546 445
548 522
568 568
597 597
555 467
560 548
586 586
616 616
CAP
529
528
528
527
569
569
568
568
592
592
591
592
605
604
603
606
615
614
613
619
67
SHC
281
326
372
417
309
369
429
488
331
402
472
542
344
423
501
576
357
443
528
606
95
73
CAP SHC
587 221
587 267
586 312
585 358
630 231
630 291
629 351
629 410
654 238
654 309
653 380
653 450
667 243
667 321
666 399
666 477
678 246
677 332
677 417
676 502
61
67
CAP SHCCAP SHC
458 329 510 271
458 375 510 317
458 421 509 363
464 462 509 408
493 376 548 300
493 436 547 360
498 492 547 419
520 520 546 478
513 412 569 321
514 482 569 392
530 530 568 462
557 557 569 532
524 435 581 334
527 510 580 413
550 550 580 491
578 578 584 564
533 456 590 347
539 534 589 433
567 567 589 518
596 596 597 592
105
Entering Wet Bulb
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
567 212
440 320
566 258
440 366
566 303
440 411
565 348
449 449
607 222
473 366
606 282
472 426
606 341
480 478
605 400
503 503
629 229
491 401
629 300
493 471
628 370
512 512
628 440
538 538
641 233
501 424
641 311
506 497
640 389
530 530
639 467
558 558
651 237
509 446
650 322
518 518
650 407
546 546
649 492
575 575
67
CAP SHC
490 262
490 308
489 353
489 399
525 290
525 350
524 409
524 468
545 310
544 381
544 452
546 520
555 324
555 402
554 481
560 551
564 337
563 422
563 507
575 575
115
73
CAP SHC
545 203
544 248
544 294
543 339
582 212
581 272
581 331
580 391
603 219
602 290
602 360
601 430
614 223
613 301
613 379
612 457
623 227
622 312
622 397
621 482
61
CAP SHC
421 310
420 355
421 401
433 433
451 355
451 415
461 461
485 485
468 390
471 458
492 492
518 518
477 413
484 482
510 510
537 537
484 434
497 497
525 525
553 553
67
CAP SHC
469 252
469 298
468 343
468 388
501 279
501 339
500 398
501 457
519 300
519 371
518 441
522 507
529 313
528 392
528 470
537 535
537 326
536 411
537 495
553 553
73
CAP SHC
522 193
521 239
521 284
520 329
556 202
555 262
555 321
554 380
575 209
574 280
574 350
573 420
585 213
584 291
584 369
583 446
593 216
593 302
592 387
592 471
Table 26-2 — 50 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity — STANDARD CAPACITY Evaporator Coil With Scroll Compressor
Ambient Temperature
85
CFM
10000
14000
17500
20000
22500
ENT
DB
(F)
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
61
CAP SHC
536 391
536 448
538 505
551 551
578 455
580 532
594 594
624 624
602 506
609 595
637 637
670 670
615 540
628 628
662 662
697 697
626 572
647 647
683 683
720 720
CAP
597
596
596
596
642
641
641
644
666
665
667
675
679
678
681
697
689
688
694
719
67
SHC
319
376
433
489
358
434
511
586
387
481
573
659
407
512
614
697
426
542
652
719
95
73
CAP SHC
663 248
662 303
662 359
661 415
710 259
709 335
709 411
708 487
735 267
735 360
734 453
734 545
748 273
748 377
747 481
747 584
759 278
758 393
758 508
759 622
61
CAP SHC
515 380
515 437
518 494
534 534
554 444
557 520
574 574
603 603
576 494
585 580
615 615
648 648
588 527
605 605
639 639
673 673
599 558
624 624
659 659
694 694
67
CAP SHC
574 309
573 365
573 422
573 478
615 346
615 423
615 499
618 574
637 376
637 469
639 561
649 644
649 395
649 500
653 601
673 673
658 414
658 530
665 638
694 694
105
Entering Wet Bulb
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
637 237
493 369
637 292
493 426
636 348
497 481
636 404
516 516
681 248
529 432
680 324
533 507
680 400
553 553
679 476
582 582
704 256
549 482
704 349
561 561
703 441
592 592
703 534
624 624
716 261
561 514
716 366
581 581
715 470
614 614
716 573
647 647
726 267
571 544
726 382
599 599
725 497
633 633
726 610
668 668
Notes:
1. All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat.
2. CAP = Total gross cooling capacity.
3. SHC = Sensible heat capacity.
26
67
CAP SHC
549 297
549 354
549 410
549 466
587 335
587 411
587 487
592 561
608 364
607 457
610 548
623 623
619 383
618 488
623 588
647 647
627 402
627 517
636 622
667 667
115
73
CAP SHC
611 226
610 281
610 337
609 393
651 236
650 313
650 389
649 464
672 245
672 338
671 430
671 522
683 250
683 354
682 458
683 561
692 255
692 370
691 485
693 598
61
CAP SHC
470 357
470 414
475 468
496 496
503 419
507 493
531 531
559 559
522 468
537 537
567 567
598 598
533 500
556 556
588 588
621 621
543 528
572 572
606 606
640 640
67
CAP SHC
524 286
523 342
523 398
524 454
558 322
558 399
559 475
564 547
577 351
577 444
580 535
598 598
587 371
587 475
593 573
621 621
595 390
595 505
606 604
640 640
73
CAP SHC
583 214
582 270
582 326
581 382
619 225
619 301
618 377
618 452
639 233
638 326
638 418
638 510
649 238
649 343
648 446
649 549
657 243
657 359
656 473
659 585
Performance
Data
55 Ton
Table 27-1 — 55 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity — STANDARD CAPACITY Evaporator Coil With Scroll Compressor
Ambient Temperature
85
CFM
12000
16000
19250
22000
24000
ENT
DB
(F)
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
61
67
CAPSHC CAP SHC
602 320
602 373
601 426
548 543 601 479
578 433 640 347
577 499 640 414
581 564 639 480
602 602 639 546
598 465 662 366
597 541 661 443
608 607 661 519
637 637 660 595
611 490 676 381
612 573 675 465
631 631 675 549
662 662 676 632
619 507 684 391
621 595 684 481
645 645 683 570
677 677 686 656
95
73
CAP SHC
668 251
667 304
667 356
666 409
708 260
707 327
707 393
706 458
730 266
730 343
729 419
729 494
745 271
744 355
744 439
743 522
754 274
753 364
753 453
752 542
61
CAP SHC
523 378
523 431
523 484
531 530
556 422
555 488
560 551
584 584
574 453
574 530
588 588
617 617
586 478
588 561
610 610
641 641
594 495
598 581
624 624
655 655
67
CAP SHC
581 310
580 363
580 416
579 468
616 336
615 403
615 469
614 535
636 355
635 431
635 508
635 583
649 370
648 454
648 538
650 619
656 379
656 469
655 559
660 642
105
Entering Wet Bulb
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
644 240
502 366
643 293
502 420
643 346
502 472
642 398
514 514
681 249
532 410
680 316
532 477
680 382
539 536
679 447
565 565
702 256
549 441
701 332
550 517
701 408
568 568
700 483
596 596
715 260
560 466
715 344
564 547
714 428
588 588
713 511
618 618
723 263
567 483
723 353
573 565
722 442
601 601
722 531
632 632
67
CAP SHC
558 299
557 352
557 404
556 457
590 325
590 391
589 457
589 523
608 343
608 420
607 496
609 570
620 358
619 442
619 526
623 604
627 367
627 457
626 547
634 626
115
73
CAP SHC
618 229
618 282
617 335
616 387
653 238
652 305
651 371
651 436
672 244
671 320
670 396
670 472
684 248
683 333
683 416
682 500
691 251
691 341
690 430
690 519
61
CAP SHC
480 355
479 408
481 460
496 496
507 398
507 464
518 518
544 544
523 429
525 503
546 546
573 573
533 453
538 531
565 565
594 594
539 470
548 547
577 577
607 607
67
CAP SHC
533 287
532 340
532 393
531 445
563 313
562 379
562 445
562 511
579 331
579 407
578 483
581 556
590 345
589 430
589 513
596 588
596 355
596 445
596 534
607 606
73
CAP SHC
591 218
590 271
590 324
589 376
622 227
622 293
621 359
621 424
640 232
639 309
639 384
638 460
651 237
651 321
650 405
649 488
658 240
657 329
657 418
656 507
Table 27-2 — 55 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity — HIGH CAPACITY Evaporator Coil With Scroll Compressor
Ambient Temperature
85
CFM
12000
16000
19250
22000
24000
ENT
DB
(F)
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
61
CAP SHC
618 454
618 522
621 588
638 638
657 516
659 603
674 674
707 707
679 562
685 660
714 714
750 750
693 599
705 701
742 742
780 780
703 624
720 720
759 759
799 799
CAP
686
686
685
685
728
727
727
730
751
750
751
758
765
764
767
781
774
773
777
798
67
SHC
369
436
502
569
405
492
578
663
432
534
635
730
453
567
680
777
468
591
710
798
95
73
CAP SHC
760 283
760 348
759 415
758 481
804 293
804 379
803 465
802 550
828 301
827 402
827 503
826 603
843 307
842 420
842 533
841 646
852 311
851 433
851 555
851 676
61
CAP SHC
593 441
593 509
597 575
618 618
629 503
632 588
651 651
683 683
649 548
657 644
689 689
724 724
663 585
678 678
715 715
752 752
672 609
693 693
731 731
770 770
67
CAP SHC
659 356
658 423
657 489
658 556
697 392
696 478
696 565
700 649
718 419
717 520
719 621
728 713
731 440
731 554
734 665
752 752
739 455
739 577
744 695
769 769
105
Entering Wet Bulb
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
730 270
567 428
729 336
567 495
729 402
572 560
728 468
596 596
770 280
600 489
770 366
604 573
769 452
626 626
768 537
658 658
792 288
619 534
791 389
629 625
791 490
662 662
790 590
696 696
806 294
631 569
805 407
650 650
804 520
686 686
804 632
723 723
814 298
640 594
813 420
665 665
813 541
702 702
813 662
739 739
Notes:
1. All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat.
2. CAP = Total gross cooling capacity.
3. SHC = Sensible heat capacity.
27
67
CAP SHC
630 343
629 409
629 476
629 543
665 378
664 465
664 551
669 634
684 405
683 506
685 606
697 694
696 426
695 540
700 649
723 723
703 440
703 563
710 678
739 739
115
73
CAP SHC
698 257
697 323
697 389
696 455
735 267
734 353
734 439
733 524
755 274
754 376
753 476
753 576
767 280
767 394
766 506
766 619
775 284
774 406
773 528
775 648
61
CAP SHC
539 414
540 481
547 543
573 573
569 474
574 557
600 600
631 631
587 519
600 600
634 634
667 667
599 553
622 622
657 657
67
CAP SHC
599 329
598 396
598 462
599 528
631 364
630 450
631 536
637 617
648 390
648 492
651 591
667 667
659 411
659 525
665 632
606 577 666 426
635 635 666 548
671 671 674 659
73
CAP SHC
664 243
664 309
663 376
663 442
Performance
Data
60 Ton
Table 28-1 — 60 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity — STANDARD CAPACITY Evaporator Coil With Scroll Compressor
Ambient Temperature
85
CFM
14000
18000
21000
24000
27000
ENT
DB
(F)
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
61
CAP SHC
605 448
604 515
609 581
628 628
637 497
638 579
651 649
683 683
654 531
658 621
681 681
716 716
668 562
675 658
707 707
744 744
680 591
692 688
729 729
768 768
CAP
674
673
673
672
708
708
707
709
727
727
726
730
742
741
741
750
754
753
754
768
67
SHC
363
430
497
564
393
475
557
638
412
505
598
687
431
534
637
730
448
561
672
764
95
73
CAP SHC
749 277
748 344
748 410
747 477
785 286
785 369
784 450
783 532
805 292
804 385
803 478
803 570
820 298
819 401
819 503
818 605
832 303
832 416
831 528
830 639
61
CAP SHC
583 437
583 504
588 569
610 610
613 485
614 567
630 630
663 663
629 518
633 608
660 660
694 694
642 549
651 642
684 684
720 720
653 578
668 668
705 705
743 743
67
CAP SHC
649 352
649 419
648 486
648 552
681 381
681 463
680 545
683 626
699 400
698 493
698 586
704 673
712 419
712 522
712 624
723 713
723 436
723 548
724 659
742 742
105
Entering Wet Bulb
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
722 266
560 425
721 332
559 492
720 399
566 555
720 465
590 590
755 275
587 473
755 357
589 554
754 439
609 609
753 520
641 641
773 281
602 506
773 374
608 593
772 466
637 637
772 558
671 671
788 286
614 536
787 389
626 624
786 492
660 660
786 594
695 695
799 291
624 565
798 404
644 644
798 516
680 680
797 627
717 717
67
CAP SHC
623 340
623 407
622 474
622 540
653 369
652 451
652 533
655 612
669 388
668 481
668 573
676 658
682 406
681 509
682 611
696 694
691 423
691 536
694 645
716 716
115
73
CAP SHC
693 254
692 321
692 388
691 454
724 263
723 345
723 427
722 508
741 269
740 362
739 454
739 546
754 274
753 377
753 480
752 581
764 279
764 392
763 504
762 615
61
CAP SHC
535 412
535 480
543 539
570 570
560 460
563 539
586 586
617 617
573 493
582 575
613 613
646 646
585 523
600 600
635 635
669 669
594 550
618 618
653 653
689 689
67
CAP SHC
596 328
595 395
595 462
595 528
623 356
622 438
622 520
627 598
638 375
637 468
637 560
648 640
649 393
649 496
650 597
669 669
658 410
658 523
662 629
689 689
73
CAP SHC
663 242
662 309
661 376
661 442
691 251
691 333
690 415
689 496
707 257
706 349
705 442
705 533
719 262
718 365
717 467
717 569
728 267
728 379
727 491
726 603
Table 28-2 — 60 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity — HIGH CAPACITY Evaporator Coil With Scroll Compressor
Ambient Temperature
85
CFM
14000
18000
21000
24000
27000
ENT
DB
(F)
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
61
CAP SHC
669 498
671 575
678 664
707 707
705 570
710 668
735 735
772 772
724 614
734 721
771 771
811 811
740 656
759 759
801 801
843 843
754 695
782 782
826 826
871 871
CAP
745
744
744
746
781
781
782
788
801
800
803
815
816
816
821
843
828
828
837
870
67
SHC
402
478
553
629
443
542
642
739
468
583
696
801
493
622
747
843
517
659
794
870
95
73
CAP SHC
826 303
825 379
825 455
824 529
865 314
864 414
863 513
863 611
885 322
884 436
884 549
883 662
901 328
900 457
899 584
900 711
913 335
912 477
912 618
914 758
61
CAP SHC
642 484
644 573
653 648
684 684
675 556
682 653
710 710
747 747
694 600
706 703
744 744
783 783
709 641
731 731
772 772
814 814
722 678
754 754
796 796
840 840
67
CAP SHC
715 389
714 464
714 540
717 630
749 429
748 529
750 628
757 723
767 455
766 569
770 682
784 781
781 479
781 608
787 731
814 814
792 502
792 645
802 776
840 840
105
Entering Wet Bulb
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
793 290
614 470
792 366
617 558
792 441
629 629
791 516
661 661
829 301
645 541
828 400
652 636
828 499
684 684
827 598
720 720
847 308
662 584
847 422
678 678
846 536
716 716
846 649
754 754
862 315
676 625
861 443
703 703
861 571
743 743
862 697
783 783
873 321
688 661
873 463
723 723
872 605
765 765
875 744
807 807
Notes:
1. All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat.
2. CAP = Total gross cooling capacity.
3. SHC = Sensible heat capacity.
28
67
CAP SHC
684 375
683 450
683 525
686 615
715 415
714 514
716 613
725 706
731 440
731 555
735 666
754 754
744 465
744 593
752 715
783 783
754 488
755 630
767 756
807 807
115
73
CAP SHC
759 277
758 353
758 427
757 502
792 288
791 387
790 485
790 584
809 295
808 408
807 522
808 634
822 301
821 429
821 557
823 683
832 307
832 449
831 591
835 729
61
CAP SHC
585 456
588 543
604 604
636 636
613 526
622 618
656 656
691 691
629 569
649 649
686 686
724 724
642 608
672 672
711 711
751 751
655 642
692 692
732 732
774 774
67
CAP SHC
651 360
651 435
651 511
654 600
680 400
679 500
682 598
693 687
694 426
694 540
700 650
724 724
706 450
707 578
716 696
751 751
715 473
717 614
732 732
774 774
73
CAP SHC
723 264
722 339
722 413
721 488
753 274
752 373
752 471
752 570
769 281
768 394
767 508
769 620
781 287
780 415
779 543
782 668
790 293
790 435
789 576
794 713
Performance
Data
70 Ton
Table 29-1 — 70 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity — STANDARD CAPACITY Evaporator Coil
Ambient Temperature (F)
85
AIR- ENT
FLOW DB
61
CFM
(F) CAP SHC
75 688 504
16000 80 692 581
85 699 660
90 720 720
75 724 553
20000 80 729 646
85 738 738
90 779 779
75 738 576
22000 80 744 676
85 761 761
90 803 803
75 750 597
24000 80 758 705
85 782 782
90 825 825
75 760 618
26000 80 770 733
85 801 801
90 845 845
75 765 628
27000 80 776 747
85 809 809
90 854 854
CAP
766
768
773
776
803
807
811
816
817
822
826
833
829
835
839
848
840
846
850
861
845
851
856
867
67
SHC
411
489
565
642
443
534
625
717
461
555
653
752
470
574
679
786
482
593
705
819
488
602
717
835
95
73
CAP SHC
852 305
853 392
856 471
859 547
889 319
891 419
894 512
899 602
903 326
906 431
909 531
914 627
915 332
918 443
922 548
927 652
926 337
929 454
933 565
939 675
931 340
934 459
939 573
944 687
61
CAP SHC
656 484
660 561
669 641
693 693
690 533
695 625
709 709
749 749
703 555
710 655
731 731
772 772
714 576
723 684
751 751
793 793
724 596
735 712
768 768
812 812
728 606
740 726
776 776
820 820
67
CAP SHC
731 391
734 469
738 545
742 622
765 423
770 514
774 605
780 697
779 437
783 534
788 632
796 732
790 449
795 553
800 658
810 765
800 461
806 572
811 683
822 798
805 467
810 581
815 696
829 814
105
Entering Wet Bulb (F)
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
813 288
623 464
815 372
627 541
818 452
637 621
821 527
664 664
848 301
654 511
850 399
660 604
853 492
679 679
858 581
718 717
861 307
666 533
863 411
674 634
867 510
699 699
872 607
739 739
872 313
676 554
875 423
686 663
879 527
718 718
884 631
759 759
882 318
685 574
885 434
698 690
890 544
734 734
895 654
776 776
886 320
689 584
890 439
699 699
895 552
742 742
900 665
784 784
Notes:
1. All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat.
2. CAP = Total Gross Cooling Capacity
3. SHC = Sensible Heat Capacity
29
67
CAP SHC
695 374
698 449
702 525
706 601
726 402
731 492
735 583
742 675
738 415
743 512
748 610
757 710
749 428
754 531
759 636
770 744
758 439
764 550
769 661
783 776
762 445
768 558
773 673
784 784
115
73
CAP SHC
773 269
775 353
778 432
782 507
804 282
807 379
810 471
815 560
817 288
819 391
823 489
828 585
827 294
830 402
835 506
840 609
836 298
840 413
844 522
850 632
840 300
844 418
849 530
854 643
61
CAP SHC
588 443
593 520
604 600
634 634
617 489
624 583
646 646
684 684
627 511
637 612
666 666
705 705
637 532
649 641
683 683
723 723
645 551
657 657
698 698
739 739
649 561
664 664
706 706
747 747
67
CAP SHC
656 351
660 428
664 504
669 580
685 381
690 470
694 561
702 654
696 393
702 490
706 588
716 688
706 405
712 509
717 614
729 722
714 417
720 527
726 638
739 739
718 422
724 536
730 651
746 746
73
CAP SHC
731 251
733 333
736 412
740 486
759 263
762 358
766 449
771 538
770 269
774 370
778 467
783 563
780 273
783 381
788 484
793 587
788 277
792 392
797 500
802 610
791 279
796 397
801 508
806 621
Performance
Data
75 Ton
Table 30-1 — 75 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity — STANDARD CAPACITY Evaporator Coil
Ambient Temperature (F)
85
AIR- ENT
FLOW DB
61
CFM
(F) CAP SHC
75 760 567
16000 80 765 659
85 776 753
90 806 806
75 799 630
20000 80 808 743
85 830 830
90 875 875
75 814 660
22000 80 826 783
85 856 856
90 903 903
75 827 688
24000
80 842 822
85 880 880
90 927 927
75 839 716
26000 80 851 851
85 900 900
90 950 950
75 845 730
27000 80 860 860
85 910 910
90 960 960
CAP
846
848
850
856
884
887
892
902
899
902
908
921
912
915
923
938
923
926
936
949
927
931
942
960
67
SHC
456
547
637
728
494
605
714
826
513
631
751
872
529
657
786
918
546
682
821
949
571
694
838
960
95
73
CAP SHC
937 336
939 433
941 523
944 614
976 350
978 469
982 576
984 684
991 356
994 480
997 601
1000 718
1004 361
1007 494
1010 625
1014 750
1015 367
1018 509
1021 647
1026 782
1020 369
1023 516
1026 658
1032 798
61
CAP SHC
724 546
730 637
742 732
775 775
760 608
770 721
796 796
840 840
774 637
787 761
821 821
866 866
786 666
802 800
843 843
890 890
798 693
815 815
863 863
911 911
803 707
823 823
872 872
920 920
67
CAP SHC
806 435
808 526
811 616
817 706
841 473
844 583
850 692
860 803
855 491
858 609
865 728
879 850
867 507
870 634
879 763
889 889
876 524
881 659
891 798
910 910
881 548
885 671
897 815
920 920
105
Entering Wet Bulb (F)
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
893 316
686 524
895 412
692 615
898 502
703 703
900 593
742 742
929 329
719 585
932 443
730 698
935 554
760 760
937 662
803 803
943 335
732 614
945 458
746 738
949 579
784 784
952 695
828 828
954 340
744 642
957 473
759 759
960 602
804 804
965 728
850 850
964 346
754 669
968 487
776 776
971 624
823 823
977 759
869 869
969 348
759 683
972 494
784 784
975 635
831 831
982 775
879 879
67
CAP SHC
764 413
767 505
770 593
777 684
796 458
799 560
806 669
817 780
809 477
812 586
820 705
835 827
819 485
823 611
833 740
849 849
829 501
833 636
844 774
869 869
831 524
838 648
850 791
878 878
115
73
CAP SHC
847 296
849 391
852 480
855 571
880 308
883 421
886 532
889 639
892 314
895 436
899 557
903 672
903 319
906 451
909 579
915 704
912 324
915 465
919 601
926 736
915 327
920 472
923 612
930 751
61
CAP SHC
646 501
653 592
669 669
707 707
677 561
689 674
723 723
764 764
689 590
702 702
745 745
788 788
700 618
720 720
764 764
808 808
710 645
736 736
781 781
67
CAP SHC
720 391
723 482
727 571
734 661
750 436
753 536
760 645
773 757
761 455
765 562
773 681
787 787
771 462
775 587
785 716
808 808
778 476
784 611
796 750
CAP
799
801
804
806
73
SHC
274
370
458
548
714 658 781 500
743 743 788 623
789 789 801 767
Notes:
1. All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat.
2. CAP = Total Gross Cooling Capacity
3. SHC = Sensible Heat Capacity
Table 30-2 — 75 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity — HIGH CAPACITY Configuration
Ambient Temperature
85
AIRFLOW
CFM
16000
20000
22000
24000
26000
27000
ENT
DB
(F)
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
61
CAP SHC
841 610
845 701
854 795
872 872
886 674
894 787
909 903
949 949
903 704
913 827
932 932
981 981
919 733
931 867
958 958
1009 1009
933 762
947 905
982 982
1034 1034
939 775
955 924
993 993
1046 1046
CAP
933
936
939
943
980
983
986
995
998
1001
1006
1016
1013
1016
1023
1036
1027
1030
1038
1053
1032
1036
1045
1062
67
SHC
495
588
680
770
536
648
757
869
553
676
794
916
571
702
830
962
588
727
865
1007
598
739
882
1029
95
73
CAP SHC
1034 374
1035 471
1038 562
1040 653
1082 388
1083 508
1086 616
1089 727
1100 395
1102 525
1105 641
1107 761
1116 400
1118 543
1121 666
1124 793
1129 406
1131 549
1135 690
1138 825
1135 409
1137 556
1141 701
1145 841
61
CAP SHC
802 587
807 678
816 772
839 839
844 650
852 762
866 866
912 912
860 680
871 803
894 894
942 942
875 709
888 842
920 920
969 969
888 737
903 880
942 942
993 993
894 750
911 899
953 953
1004 1004
67
CAP SHC
891 473
894 565
896 657
901 746
934 512
937 624
941 733
950 844
951 530
953 651
959 770
970 891
965 547
967 677
975 806
989 937
977 564
980 702
989 840
1006 982
982 574
986 714
995 857
1014 1004
105
Entering Wet Bulb
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
987 352
761 563
989 449
766 654
991 539
777 748
994 630
804 804
1031 366
800 625
1033 485
809 737
1036 592
829 829
1039 704
873 873
1048 372
816 654
1050 503
827 777
1053 618
855 855
1056 736
902 902
1062 378
829 683
1065 511
843 816
1068 642
879 879
1071 769
927 927
1074 383
841 711
1077 526
858 854
1080 666
900 900
1085 801
949 949
1080 386
846 724
1082 533
860 860
1086 678
910 910
1091 816
960 960
Notes:
1. All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat.
2. CAP = Total Gross Cooling Capacity
3. SHC = Sensible Heat Capacity
30
67
CAP SHC
847 449
849 541
851 632
857 722
886 488
889 600
894 708
903 820
901 505
904 626
910 745
923 866
914 523
917 651
925 780
940 912
925 539
929 676
938 815
949 949
930 549
934 688
944 832
959 959
115
73
CAP SHC
939 330
940 426
943 516
945 607
979 343
981 462
984 569
986 678
994 349
996 473
1000 594
1002 711
1007 354
1009 487
1013 618
1017 744
1018 360
1021 501
1024 641
1029 775
1022 362
1026 508
1028 651
1035 791
61
67
73
CAP SHC CAP SHC CAP SHC
719 538
725 629
736 723
768 768
755 599
765 712
769 629
782 752
782 657
Performance
Data
90 Ton
Table 31-1 — 90 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity — STANDARD CAPACITY Evaporator Coil
Ambient Temperature
85
AIR- ENT
FLOW DB
61
CFM
(F) CAP SHC
75 934 719
27000 80 940 841
85 954 954
90 1006 1006
75 964 773
32000 80 974 912
85 1006 1006
90 1061 1061
75 988 822
37000 80 1003 979
85 1048 1048
90 1105 1105
75 1007 867
42000 80 1023 1023
85 1083 1083
90 1143 1143
75 1017 893
45000 80 1041 1041
85 1101 1101
90 1163 1163
CAP
1036
1040
1044
1051
1067
1071
1076
1087
1091
1095
1101
1119
1110
1115
1123
1142
1118
1126
1135
1162
67
SHC
571
695
813
933
604
742
878
1016
634
786
938
1095
662
828
996
1142
783
852
1028
1162
95
73
CAP SHC
1147 412
1149 540
1153 663
1156 783
1180 427
1182 568
1186 708
1190 843
1204 438
1207 595
1210 749
1217 899
1224 446
1227 619
1231 787
1237 952
1233 453
1237 633
1242 809
1248 982
61
CAP SHC
890 693
897 815
917 917
968 968
918 746
930 886
966 966
1020 1020
940 794
957 952
1006 1006
1062 1062
959 839
981 981
1039 1039
1098 1098
968 865
997 997
1057 1057
1117 1117
67
CAP SHC
988 545
992 668
997 787
1004 907
1017 578
1021 715
1026 851
1039 990
1039 608
1044 759
1051 911
1070 1068
1057 636
1062 801
1071 968
1097 1097
1063 756
1072 824
1082 1001
1116 1116
105
Entering Wet Bulb
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
1095 389
844 666
1097 515
852 788
1101 637
878 878
1105 757
927 927
1125 402
871 718
1128 543
884 859
1132 683
924 924
1136 817
977 977
1147 412
891 766
1151 569
907 907
1154 723
962 962
1161 872 1017 1017
1165 420
908 811
1169 593
936 936
1174 760
993 993
1180 925 1050 1050
1174 427
918 837
1178 606
951 951
1183 781 1009 1009
1190 955 1069 1069
67
CAP SHC
938 519
942 641
947 760
956 880
965 551
969 688
975 824
990 963
985 581
990 731
998 883
1016 1016
1000 607
1007 772
1017 940
1050 1050
1008 729
1016 795
1028 973
1068 1068
115
73
CAP SHC
1040 366
1043 489
1047 612
1051 730
1068 376
1071 517
1076 656
1080 789
1088 385
1092 542
1096 695
1102 845
1105 393
1109 566
1114 732
1120 896
1113 416
1118 579
1123 753
1129 926
61
CAP SHC
797 638
806 761
837 837
885 885
821 690
836 831
881 881
931 931
840 737
862 862
915 915
969 969
857 782
890 890
945 945
1001 1001
865 807
904 904
960 960
1018 1018
67
CAP SHC
887 493
891 613
896 732
906 853
911 524
915 660
922 795
939 935
929 553
935 703
943 855
968 968
943 578
950 743
962 911
1000 1000
950 702
958 766
972 944
1017 1017
73
CAP SHC
984 341
986 462
991 585
995 703
1009 350
1012 490
1016 628
1022 761
1027 358
1031 515
1036 667
1042 816
1042 366
1047 538
1052 703
1058 868
1049 390
1055 552
1060 724
1067 897
Notes:
1. All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat.
2. CAP = Total Gross Cooling Capacity
3. SHC = Sensible Heat Capacity
Table 31-2 — 90 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity — HIGH CAPACITY Evaporator Coil
Ambient Temperature
85
AIR- ENT
FLOW DB
61
CFM
(F) CAP SHC
75 1034 835
27000 80 1048 989
85 1086 1086
90 1146 1146
75 1068 909
32000 80 1083 1083
85 1147 1147
90 1211 1211
75 1095 980
37000 80 1129 1129
85 1196 1196
90 1263 1263
75 1118 1049
42000 80 1167 1167
85 1236 1236
90 1306 1306
75 1131 1088
45000 80 1186 1186
85 1257 1257
90 1329 1329
CAP
1146
1149
1157
1172
1178
1182
1194
1210
1202
1209
1225
1263
1220
1230
1251
1306
1229
1241
1257
1329
67
SHC
649
800
950
1103
693
867
1043
1210
736
931
1132
1263
773
993
1218
1306
827
1029
1257
1329
95
73
CAP SHC
1266 454
1269 609
1273 761
1277 910
1298 468
1302 648
1307 824
1313 994
1322 481
1327 684
1331 881
1341 1076
1340 494
1346 719
1351 936
1364 1155
1349 502
1355 739
1361 968
1376 1201
61
CAP SHC
984 806
999 961
1042 1042
1101 1101
1015 880
1037 1037
1099 1099
1162 1162
1041 951
1080 1080
1146 1146
1211 1211
1063 1019
1116 1116
1184 1184
1252 1252
1075 1058
1134 1134
1204 1204
1273 1273
67
CAP SHC
1090 629
1094 772
1102 922
1118 1075
1120 666
1125 838
1138 1014
1161 1161
1142 708
1149 902
1167 1102
1211 1211
1159 744
1169 963
1193 1188
1251 1251
1167 797
1180 999
1203 1203
1273 1273
105
Entering Wet Bulb
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
1205 427
932 777
1209 582
948 932
1213 734
996 996
1217 882 1053 1053
1235 441
961 850
1239 620
989 989
1244 796 1050 1050
1250 966
1111 1111
1256 454
986 921
1261 656 1029 1029
1266 852 1093 1093
1277 1047 1157 1157
1273 467 1007 988
1279 691 1063 1063
1285 907
1129 1129
1299 1126 1195 1195
1281 475 1013 1013
1288 711
1080 1080
1294 939
1147 1147
1310 1171 1215 1215
Notes:
1.All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat.
2. CAP = Total Gross Cooling Capacity
3. SHC = Sensible Heat Capacity
31
67
CAP SHC
1032 602
1036 743
1046 893
1064 1046
1060 637
1066 809
1079 984
1110 1110
1079 676
1088 872
1107 1072
1156 1156
1095 713
1107 933
1128 1128
1195 1195
1103 767
1116 968
1147 1147
1214 1214
115
73
CAP SHC
1142 400
1146 555
1151 706
1155 853
1169 414
1174 592
1177 765
1186 937
1188 427
1194 628
1199 822
1211 1018
1204 438
1210 662
1216 877
1231 1096
1211 447
1218 682
1225 909
1243 1141
61
CAP SHC
878 747
892 892
948 948
1003 1003
905 820
939 939
998 998
1057 1057
928 890
977 977
1038 1038
1100 1100
944 944
1008 1008
1071 1071
1135 1135
959 959
1024 1024
1088 1088
1154 1154
67
CAP SHC
973 573
977 713
988 863
1003 1003
998 608
1004 778
1019 954
1057 1057
1015 645
1025 841
1046 1042
1100 1100
1030 682
1042 902
1071 1071
1135 1135
1037 736
1051 937
1088 1088
1154 1154
73
CAP SHC
1077 373
1081 526
1086 677
1091 823
1101 386
1106 564
1110 736
1119 907
1118 398
1125 599
1130 792
1143 987
1132 409
1139 633
1146 846
1162 1065
1139 419
1145 650
1154 878
1173 1111
Performance
Data
105 Ton
Table 32-1 — 105 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity — STANDARD CAPACITY Evaporator Coil
Ambient Temperature
85
AIRFLOW
CFM
31000
35000
39000
42000
44000
ENT
DB
(F)
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
61
CAP SHC
1091 872
1105 1031
1139 1139
1201 1201
1115 922
1134 1098
1182 1182
1247 1247
1136 969
1151 1151
1219 1219
1286 1286
1150 1003
1174 1174
1243 1243
1313 1313
1159 1025
1188 1188
1258 1258
1329 1329
CAP
1207
1212
1219
1234
1232
1237
1246
1266
1252
1257
1269
1285
1264
1270
1285
1311
1270
1278
1294
1328
67
SHC
710
838
991
1147
713
882
1052
1226
742
925
1111
1285
823
955
1153
1311
835
975
1181
1328
95
73
CAP SHC
1336 482
1338 642
1343 799
1347 950
1361 493
1364 668
1368 841
1373 1006
1381 504
1384 693
1388 879
1395 1060
1393 513
1397 711
1402 907
1409 1099
1401 515
1405 722
1410 925
1418 1125
61
CAP SHC
1041 843
1056 1002
1095 1095
1156 1156
1064 892
1084 1069
1136 1136
1200 1200
1084 939
1105 1105
1171 1171
1237 1237
1097 973
1127 1127
1194 1194
1262 1262
1105 995
1140 1140
1208 1208
1277 1277
67
CAP SHC
1152 683
1158 809
1165 962
1182 1119
1176 685
1180 853
1190 1023
1213 1198
1194 713
1199 895
1212 1081
1236 1236
1203 788
1211 925
1227 1124
1261 1261
1211 806
1219 945
1237 1151
1276 1276
105
Entering Wet Bulb
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
1276 456
989 814
1279 615 1006 973
1283 772 1050 1050
1288 922
1109 1109
1299 467 1010 862
1302 641 1026 1026
1306 812 1088 1088
1312 978
1150 1150
1317 476 1029 909
1321 665 1057 1057
1325 850
1121 1121
1332 1031 1185 1185
1328 483 1041 942
1333 683 1077 1077
1338 877
1143 1143
1346 1070 1209 1209
1336 487 1049 964
1340 694 1089 1089
1345 895
1156 1156
1354 1096 1223 1223
67
CAP SHC
1095 656
1100 779
1109 932
1127 1090
1116 656
1122 823
1133 993
1149 1149
1133 684
1139 865
1154 1051
1185 1185
1142 759
1150 895
1168 1093
1208 1208
1149 777
1158 915
1177 1121
1222 1222
115
73
CAP SHC
1213 430
1216 587
1221 743
1226 893
1234 439
1238 613
1242 782
1248 948
1251 447
1255 637
1260 820
1268 1001
1261 459
1266 654
1272 847
1281 1040
1268 465
1273 665
1279 865
1288 1065
61
CAP SHC
934 783
953 942
1001 1001
1060 1060
955 831
977 977
1038 1038
1098 1098
972 877
1006 1006
1068 1068
1131 1131
984 910
1025 1025
1089 1089
1154 1154
991 932
1036 1036
1102 1102
1167 1167
67
CAP SHC
1035 628
1041 749
1050 902
1071 1060
1055 626
1061 792
1073 962
1098 1098
1069 652
1077 834
1093 1020
1131 1131
1078 729
1087 864
1106 1062
1153 1153
1085 747
1094 883
1115 1090
1166 1166
73
CAP SHC
1148 402
1152 558
1155 713
1161 863
1167 410
1171 584
1175 752
1183 918
1182 418
1187 608
1192 789
1201 971
1192 432
1197 625
1203 817
1213 1009
1197 437
1203 636
1209 834
1220 1035
Notes:
1. All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat.
2. CAP = Total Gross Cooling Capacity.
3. SHC = Sensible Heat Capacity.
Table 32-2 — 105 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity — HIGH CAPACITY Evaporator Coil
Ambient Temperature
85
AIRFLOW
CFM
31000
35000
39000
43000
46000
ENT
DB
(F)
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
75
80
85
90
61
CAP SHC
1160 943
1177 1119
1221 1221
1287 1287
1187 1001
1210 1199
1269 1269
1338 1338
1209 1058
1237 1237
1309 1309
1382 1382
1229 1112
1269 1269
1344 1344
1419 1419
1243 1152
1291 1291
1368 1368
1445 1445
CAP
1283
1286
1296
1314
1308
1312
1325
1350
1328
1334
1351
1381
1345
1353
1373
1419
1356
1366
1389
1444
67
SHC
732
903
1073
1247
766
955
1146
1341
800
1006
1216
1381
832
1055
1285
1419
891
1091
1335
1444
95
73
CAP SHC
1417 510
1420 686
1424 858
1428 1027
1442 521
1446 716
1451 908
1457 1093
1463 532
1467 745
1470 953
1481 1158
1480 542
1485 773
1489 997
1501 1221
1491 550
1496 793
1501 1030
1515 1267
61
CAP SHC
1105 912
1124 1089
1173 1173
1238 1238
1131 971
1150 1150
1218 1218
1286 1286
1152 1027
1186 1186
1256 1256
1327 1327
1171 1081
1217 1217
1289 1289
1363 1363
1184 1120
1237 1237
1312 1312
1387 1387
67
CAP SHC
1223 703
1226 872
1237 1043
1257 1217
1246 736
1251 925
1265 1115
1286 1286
1265 770
1271 975
1289 1185
1327 1327
1281 802
1289 1024
1311 1253
1363 1363
1290 861
1301 1060
1326 1303
1386 1386
105
Entering Wet Bulb
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
1351 482 1049 881
1355 657 1069 1058
1359 829
1123 1123
1364 997
1187 1187
1374 493 1073 939
1379 687 1099 1099
1383 878
1165 1165
1390 1063 1232 1232
1393 503 1093 994
1398 715
1132 1132
1402 923 1201 1201
1413 1127 1271 1271
1409 514
1111 1048
1414 743
1161 1161
1419 966 1232 1232
1432 1190 1304 1304
1419 522
1123 1088
1424 763
1181 1181
1430 999 1253 1253
1445 1236 1326 1326
Notes:
1. All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat.
2. CAP = Total Gross Cooling Capacity.
3. SHC = Sensible Heat Capacity.
32
67
CAP SHC
1160 673
1165 841
1176 1011
1198 1186
1182 706
1187 893
1202 1083
1232 1232
1199 739
1207 943
1225 1153
1270 1270
1212 768
1223 992
1246 1221
1304 1304
1221 823
1234 1027
1252 1252
1326 1326
115
73
CAP SHC
1283 453
1287 628
1291 799
1297 966
1304 464
1309 657
1314 848
1321 1032
1321 474
1326 685
1331 891
1342 1096
1335 484
1341 713
1346 935
1361 1158
1344 492
1350 733
1357 967
1373 1204
61
CAP SHC
990 849
1009 1009
1070 1070
1132 1132
1012 906
1045 1045
1110 1110
1175 1175
1032 961
1077 1077
1144 1144
1211 1211
1049 1015
1104 1104
1173 1173
1242 1242
1061 1054
1122 1122
1192 1192
1263 1263
67
CAP SHC
1096 641
1100 809
1113 979
1132 1132
1115 675
1122 861
1137 1051
1175 1175
1129 705
1139 911
1160 1121
1211 1211
1143 735
1155 959
1172 1172
1242 1242
1151 791
1165 994
1192 1192
1263 1263
73
CAP SHC
1212 424
1216 597
1221 769
1227 934
1231 434
1236 627
1240 814
1250 1000
1246 444
1252 655
1257 859
1270 1064
1259 453
1265 682
1271 902
1287 1126
1267 462
1274 702
1281 934
1299 1171
Performance
Data
115, 130 Tons
Table 33-1 — 115 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity With 5-Row I-F Evaporator Coil — 100% Load
Ambient Temperature
85
AIR- ENT
FLOW DB
61
CFM
(F) CAP SHC
75 1235 980
31000 80 1251 1156
85 1285 1285
90 1353 1353
75 1264 1039
35000 80 1285 1236
85 1336 1336
90 1407 1407
75 1289 1096
39000 80 1316 1314
85 1379 1379
90 1454 1454
75 1311 1151
43000 80 1340 1340
85 1417 1417
90 1495 1495
75 1316 1164
44000 80 1349 1349
85 1426 1426
90 1504 1504
75 1325 1191
46000 80 1364 1364
85 1443 1443
90 1522 1522
CAP
1365
1369
1377
1393
1393
1397
1409
1431
1416
1421
1436
1453
1435
1441
1460
1494
1438
1446
1466
1503
1446
1455
1477
1521
67
SHC
777
940
1109
1283
801
992
1183
1377
835
1043
1253
1453
868
1093
1322
1494
906
1105
1339
1503
926
1129
1372
1521
95
73
CAP SHC
1507 542
1509 719
1513 892
1518 1063
1535 554
1538 750
1543 941
1547 1129
1558 565
1562 779
1566 989
1574 1194
1577 575
1581 806
1586 1036
1596 1257
1581 578
1585 813
1589 1044
1601 1272
1589 583
1594 827
1598 1066
1611 1303
61
CAP SHC
1175 947
1192 1122
1233 1233
1299 1299
1202 1005
1225 1202
1281 1281
1351 1351
1226 1061
1249 1249
1322 1322
1394 1394
1246 1116
1283 1283
1357 1357
1433 1433
1251 1129
1290 1290
1366 1366
1442 1442
1260 1156
1305 1305
1382 1382
1459 1459
67
CAP SHC
1299 734
1303 907
1312 1076
1329 1250
1325 768
1329 958
1342 1149
1366 1343
1346 802
1351 1009
1368 1219
1394 1394
1363 834
1370 1058
1390 1287
1432 1432
1366 873
1375 1070
1396 1304
1441 1441
1373 893
1383 1094
1406 1337
1458 1458
105
Entering Wet Bulb
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
1434 511
1112 912
1437 687
1130 1088
1441 860
1177 1177
1445 1029 1242 1242
1460 522
1137 970
1463 717
1154 1154
1468 909 1222 1222
1474 1095 1290 1290
1481 533
1159 1025
1485 746
1190 1190
1490 957 1260 1260
1498 1160 1331 1331
1498 543
1178 1080
1503 774 1221 1221
1507 999 1294 1294
1519 1223 1367 1367
1502 546
1182 1093
1507 781 1228 1228
1511 1010 1302 1302
1524 1238 1376 1376
1509 551
1191 1119
1514 794 1242 1242
1519 1032 1316 1316
1533 1269 1391 1391
67
CAP SHC
1229 701
1233 871
1243 1041
1262 1215
1253 734
1257 923
1271 1113
1289 1289
1272 768
1278 973
1296 1183
1331 1331
1287 800
1296 1022
1317 1251
1367 1367
1290 840
1300 1034
1322 1268
1375 1375
1297 859
1308 1058
1332 1301
1391 1391
115
73
CAP SHC
1357 479
1361 654
1365 826
1370 994
1381 490
1385 684
1390 875
1396 1060
1400 501
1404 712
1408 920
1419 1125
1415 511
1420 740
1425 964
1439 1187
1419 514
1424 747
1429 975
1443 1203
1425 519
1431 760
1436 996
1452 1233
61
CAP SHC
1045 875
1065 1051
1118 1118
1181 1181
1069 933
1094 1094
1160 1160
1226 1226
1089 988
1127 1127
1196 1196
1265 1265
1107 1042
1156 1156
1227 1227
1298 1298
1111 1055
1163 1163
1234 1234
1306 1306
1119 1081
1175 1175
1248 1248
1320 1320
67
CAP SHC
1156 666
1160 835
1171 1005
1193 1179
1177 699
1182 887
1198 1077
1226 1226
1194 732
1202 937
1220 1147
1264 1264
1207 762
1218 985
1241 1214
1298 1298
1211 805
1222 997
1246 1231
1305 1305
1217 824
1229 1021
1247 1247
1320 1320
73
CAP SHC
1277 446
1281 621
1286 792
1291 959
1298 457
1303 650
1308 841
1316 1025
1315 467
1320 678
1324 884
1336 1089
1329 476
1335 705
1340 928
1355 1151
1332 480
1338 712
1344 939
1359 1166
1338 485
1344 726
1350 960
1367 1196
Notes:
1. All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat.
2. CAP = Total Gross Cooling Capacity
3. SHC = Sensible Heat Capacity
Table 33-2 — 130 Ton Gross Cooling Capacity With 5-Row I-F Evaporator Coil — 100% Load
Ambient Temperature
85
AIR- ENT
FLOW DB
61
CFM
(F) CAP SHC
75 1372 1050
31000 80 1386 1226
85 1412 1408
90 1472 1472
75 1407 1110
35000 80 1425 1307
85 1459 1459
90 1535 1535
75 1436 1168
39000 80 1460 1385
85 1509 1509
90 1589 1589
75 1462 1224
43000 80 1491 1462
85 1554 1554
90 1637 1637
75 1468 1238
44000 80 1499 1480
85 1564 1564
90 1648 1648
75 1480 1265
46000 80 1499 1499
85 1583 1583
90 1669 1669
CAP
1519
1523
1528
1543
1554
1558
1567
1586
1582
1587
1599
1624
1606
1610
1628
1659
1610
1616
1635
1667
1620
1627
1647
1668
67
SHC
842
1007
1180
1353
869
1063
1254
1448
904
1117
1325
1540
937
1166
1395
1630
974
1178
1412
1652
993
1202
1446
1668
95
73
CAP SHC
1678 605
1681 785
1684 958
1688 1130
1714 618
1717 816
1721 1009
1725 1200
1743 630
1746 846
1750 1057
1755 1265
1767 641
1770 874
1775 1104
1782 1329
1772 643
1776 881
1780 1115
1789 1345
1783 649
1786 895
1791 1138
1800 1376
61
CAP SHC
1310 1015
1325 1191
1348 1348
1419 1419
1343 1075
1363 1271
1403 1403
1479 1479
1371 1132
1396 1350
1451 1451
1530 1530
1396 1188
1426 1425
1494 1494
1575 1575
1401 1201
1422 1422
1503 1503
1585 1585
1412 1228
1439 1439
1522 1522
1605 1605
67
CAP SHC
1451 809
1456 973
1462 1145
1478 1318
1484 835
1488 1029
1498 1218
1519 1413
1510 869
1513 1080
1529 1290
1555 1504
1532 902
1537 1130
1556 1359
1573 1573
1536 940
1542 1142
1562 1376
1584 1584
1545 959
1553 1166
1574 1409
1604 1604
105
Entering Wet Bulb
73
61
CAP SHC CAP SHC
1604 573 1247 979
1606 751 1263 1155
1611 924 1293 1293
1615 1097 1362 1362
1637 585 1277 1038
1640 782 1298 1235
1644 975 1345 1345
1649 1166 1419 1419
1664 597 1303 1095
1667 812 1330 1313
1672 1023 1391 1391
1677 1230 1467 1467
1686 607 1326 1150
1689 840 1352 1352
1694 1069 1430 1430
1703 1293 1509 1509
1691 610 1331 1164
1694 847 1360 1360
1699 1081 1439 1439
1709 1309 1519 1519
1700 615 1342 1190
1704 860 1376 1376
1709 1103 1457 1457
1720 1340 1537 1537
Notes:
1. All capacities shown are gross and have not considered indoor fan heat.
2. CAP = Total Gross Cooling Capacity
3. SHC = Sensible Heat Capacity
33
67
CAP SHC
1381 775
1385 938
1393 1109
1409 1282
1411 799
1415 993
1426 1182
1448 1376
1435 833
1439 1043
1455 1253
1483 1468
1455 866
1461 1093
1481 1322
1509 1509
1458 905
1466 1105
1486 1338
1518 1518
1466 924
1475 1129
1498 1372
1537 1537
115
73
CAP SHC
1527 540
1529 717
1534 890
1538 1062
1557 552
1560 748
1565 940
1569 1129
1581 563
1585 777
1589 988
1596 1194
1601 573
1605 805
1610 1034
1620 1257
1605 576
1610 812
1615 1045
1625 1272
1614 581
1618 825
1623 1068
1636 1303
61
CAP SHC
1180 942
1197 1118
1235 1235
1303 1303
1209 1001
1231 1197
1285 1285
1356 1356
1233 1057
1253 1253
1327 1327
1401 1401
1254 1112
1288 1288
1364 1364
1440 1440
1259 1125
1295 1295
1372 1372
67
73
CAP SHC CAP SHC
1307 729
1312 902
1320 1072
1338 1245
1334 763
1338 954
1352 1144
1376 1339
1356 797
1361 1005
1379 1215
1400 1400
1374 829
1382 1054
1402 1283
1440 1440
1377 869
1386 1066
1408 1300
1268 1151 1385 888
1311 1311 1395 1090
1389 1389 1419 1333
Performance
Data
Table 34-1 — Natural Gas Heating Capacities
Gas Heat Heat
Nom. Heat Input Output
Tons Module (MBh) (MBh) 4000
20 Low
235 192.7 44
High 500 410.0
25 Low
235 192.7
High 500 410.0
30 Low
350 287.0
High 500 410.0
40 Low
350 287.0
High 850 697.0
50 Low
500 410.0
High 850 697.0
55 Low
500 410.0
High 850 697.0
60 Low
500 410.0
High 850 697.0
70 Low
500 410.0
High 850 697.0
75 Low
500 410.0
High
850 697.0
5000
36
36
5760
31
66
31
66
6000
30
63
30
63
44
6284
28
60
28
60
42
60
7000
25
54
25
54
38
54
8000
22
47
22
47
33
47
33
Air Temperature Rise Vs Unit Cfm
CFM
9000 9792 10000 10682 10830 11200 11750 12000 13500 15000 16129 18000 20000 22500 23040 25000 27000 29377 30000
20
42
20 18 18
17
16
42 39 38
35
35 34
29 27 26
25
24 24
23 22 20
42 39 38
35
35 34
32 31 28
29 27 26
25
24 24
23 22 20
18
16
66 64
60
59 57
55 54 48
43
40
36
38
35
35 34
32 31 28
25
23
21 19
17
60
59 57
55 54 48
43
40
36 32
29
38
35
35 34
32 31 28
25
23
21 19
17 16
55 54 48
43
40
36 32
29 28
26
31 28
25
23
21 19
17 16
15
14
54 48
43
40
36 32
29 28
26
24
31 28
25
23
21 19
17 16
15
14 13 13
54 48
43
40
36 32
29 28
26
24 22
31 28
25
23
21 19
17 16
15
14 13 13
54 48
43
40
36 32
29 28
26
24 22
Note:
1. All heaters are 82% efficient.
2. Cfm values below the minimums and above the maximums shown in this table are not UL/CSA approved, see RT-EB-104 for further details.
3. Air Temperature Rise = Heat Output (Btu) ÷ (Cfm x 1.085).
Table 34-2 — Natural Gas Heating Capacities
Nominal
Nominal
Tons
90
105
115
130
Gas
Heat
Module
High
High
High
High
Heat
Input
(MBh)
1000
1000
1000
1000
Heat
Output
(MBh)
820
820
820
820
28,350
27
30,250
25
32,550
23
23
23
23
Air Temperature Rise Vs Unit Cfm
CFM
34,750
37,000
39,250
22
20
19
22
20
19
22
20
19
22
20
19
41,500
18
18
18
18
43,000
18
18
18
18
46,000
16
16
16
Notes:
1. All heaters are 82% efficient.
2. Cfm values below the minimums and above the maximums shown in this table are not UL/CSA approved.
3. Air Temperature Rise = Heat Output (Btu) ÷ (Cfm x 1.085).
Table 34-3 — Steam Heating Capacities (Q/ITD)1
20 Nominal Ton Unit
Steam
Unit Standard Air Volume (Cfm)
Module
4000
6000
8000
10000
Low Heat
0.95
1.18
1.37
1.52
High Heat
1.94
2.47
2.95
3.31
25 Nominal Ton Unit
Steam
Unit Standard Air Volume (Cfm)
Module
5000
7500
10000 12500
Low Heat
1.06
1.33
1.52
1.74
High Heat
2.20
2.85
3.31
3.65
30 Nominal Ton Unit
Steam
Unit Standard Air Volume (Cfm)
Module
6000
9000
12000 15000
Low Heat
1.18
1.64
1.69
2.00
High Heat
2.47
3.12
3.59
3.95
40 Nominal Ton Unit
Steam
Unit Standard Air Volume (Cfm)
Module
8000
12000
16000 20000
Low Heat
1.61
2.01
2.29
2.60
High Heat
3.36
4.28
4.93
5.43
50 Nominal Ton Unit
Steam
Unit Standard Air Volume (Cfm)
Module
10000
15000
20000 25000
Low Heat
1.82
2.21
2.60
2.85
High Heat
3.86
4.79
5.43
5.97
55 Nominal Ton Unit
Steam
Unit Standard Air Volume (Cfm
Module
11000
16500
22000 27500
Low Heat
1.91
2.38
2.72
2.92
High Heat
4.09
5.01
5.64
6.41
60 Nominal Ton Unit
Steam
Unit Standard Air Volume (Cfm)
Module
12000
18000
24000 30000
Low Heat
2.32
2.81
3.33
3.71
High Heat
3.85
4.84
5.62
6.18
70 & 75 Nominal Ton Unit
Steam
Unit Standard Air Volume (Cfm)
Module
16000
20000
24000 30000
Low Heat
2.65
2.98
3.33
3.71
High Heat
4.50
5.10
5.62
6.18
90, 105, 115, 130 Nominal Ton Units
Steam
Unit Standard Air Volume (Cfm)
Module
27000
33000 40000 46000
Low Heat
5.17
5.70
6.19
6.53
High Heat
8.83
8.80
9.04
9.26
Note:
1. Capacities expressed as MBH (Q) per initial temperature
difference (ITD) between the entering air temperature to
the steam module and the entering steam temperature.
Maximum recommended operating pressure is 35 PSIG.
Table 34-4 — Properties of Steam
Steam Pressure (Psig)
Temperature Of Steam (F)
2
219
5
227
10
239
15
250
20
259
25
267
34
30
274
40
287
50
298
Performance
Data
Table 35-1 — 20 to 75-Ton Electric Heat Air Temperature Rise
KW
Input
30
50
70
90
110
130
150
170
190
Total
MBh
102.4
170.6
238.8
307.1
375.3
443.6
511.8
580.1
648.3
Cfm
4000
23.6
39.3
55.0
6000
15.7
26.2
36.7
47.2
57.7
8000
11.8
19.7
27.5
35.4
43.2
51.1
59.0
10000
9.4
15.7
22.0
28.3
34.6
40.9
47.2
53.5
59.8
12000
7.9
13.1
18.3
23.6
28.8
34.1
39.3
44.6
49.8
14000
6.7
11.2
15.7
20.2
24.7
29.2
33.7
38.2
42.7
16000
5.9
9.8
13.8
17.7
21.6
25.6
29.5
33.4
37.3
18000
5.2
8.7
12.2
15.7
19.2
22.7
26.2
29.7
33.2
20000
4.7
7.9
11.0
14.2
17.3
20.4
23.6
26.7
29.9
22000
4.3
7.1
10.0
12.9
15.7
18.6
21.4
24.3
27.2
24000
3.9
6.6
9.2
11.8
14.4
17.0
19.7
22.3
24.9
26000
3.6
6.0
8.5
10.9
13.3
15.7
18.1
20.6
23.0
Notes:
1. Maximum permitted air temperature rise; 20-30 ton (UL — 50 F) (CSA — 60 F), 40 — 60 ton (UL/CSA — 50 F).
2. Air temperature rise = kw x 3413 ÷ (scfm x 1.085)
3. All heaters on units provide 3 increments of capacity.
4. 200 and 230 volt electric heat rooftops require dual power supplies to the control box. All other rooftops have single power connections. See Electrical Data Section for electrical sizing
information.
Table 35-2 — 90 To 130-Ton Electric Heat Air Temperature Rise
KW
Input
190
Total
MBh
648.3
Cfm
24000
24.9
27000
22.1
30000
19.9
33000
18.1
36000
16.5
Note:
1. Air Temperature = kw x 3413 ÷ (scfm x 1.085)
2. Only available in 460/60/3 and 575/60/3 voltages.
Table 35-3 — Electric Heat KW Ranges
Nominal Voltage
Nominal
Tons
20
25
30
40
50
55
60
70
75
90
105
115
130
200
30-90
30-90
30-110
50-110
70-110
70-110
90-110
90-110
90-110
NA
NA
NA
NA
230
30-110
30-110
30-110
50-110
70-110
70-110
90-110
90-110
90-110
NA
NA
NA
NA
460
30-110
30-130
30-150
50-170
70-190
70-190
90-190
90-190
90-190
190
190
190
190
575
30-110
30-130
30-150
50-170
70-190
70-190
90-190
90-190
90-190
190
190
190
190
35
40000
15.3
Performance
Data
Table 36-1 — Hot Water Heating Capacities (Q/ITD)1
20, 25, 30 Nominal Tons
Hot Water
Water
Module
Gpm
PD (Ft)
Low
10
0.54
High
20
0.91
Low
20
0.91
High
30
1.49
Low
30
1.49
High
40
2.25
Low
40
2.25
High
50
3.2
Low
60
4.31
High
70
5.65
4000
1.65
2.23
1.88
2.36
1.97
2.43
2.02
2.48
2.08
2.54
Unit Standard Air Volume (Cfm)
6000
8000
10000
12000
1.99
2.21
2.37
2.48
2.78
3.16
3.44
3.67
2.35
2.69
2.94
3.12
3.00
3.46
3.81
4.09
2.51
2.90
3.19
3.42
3.12
3.63
4.02
4.34
2.60
3.02
3.34
3.60
3.20
3.74
4.17
4.51
2.69
3.16
3.51
3.79
3.30
3.88
4.35
4.73
14000
2.56
3.85
3.27
4.31
3.60
4.60
3.79
4.80
4.02
5.04
40, 50, 55 Nominal Tons
Hot Water
Water
Module
Gpm
PD (Ft)
Low
20
0.70
High
30
1.05
Low
40
1.51
High
50
2.10
Low
60
2.78
High
75
4.04
Low
80
4.50
High
90
5.54
Low
100
6.66
High
125
9.99
8000
3.00
3.85
3.40
4.20
3.56
4.39
3.65
4.46
3.71
4.56
Unit Standard Air Volume (Cfm)
11000
14000
17000
20000
3.44
3.75
3.98
4.14
4.46
4.91
5.26
5.54
4.00
4.43
4.76
5.02
4.95
5.52
5.97
6.34
4.23
4.73
5.11
5.40
5.24
5.89
6.41
6.85
4.36
4.89
5.31
5.63
5.34
6.03
6.58
7.04
4.44
5.00
5.43
5.77
5.50
6.23
6.83
7.33
23000
4.29
5.76
5.21
6.64
5.63
7.21
5.88
7.42
6.04
7.75
60, 70, 75 Nominal Tons
Hot Water
Module
Gpm
Low
25
High
30
Low
50
High
60
Low
75
High
90
Low
100
High
120
Low
125
High
150
Water
PD (Ft)
0.98
1.22
2.48
3.33
4.83
6.65
8.0
11.15
11.99
16.8
12000
4.28
5.24
4.90
6.01
5.14
6.32
5.28
6.49
5.37
6.60
Unit Standard Air Volume (Cfm)
16000
20000
24000
28000
4.82
5.20
5.48
5.69
5.91
6.40
6.77
7.06
5.63
6.18
6.60
6.92
6.94
7.66
8.22
8.69
5.97
6.60
7.09
7.46
7.38
8.20
8.87
9.42
6.16
6.84
7.36
7.78
7.62
8.51
9.23
9.84
6.29
6.99
7.54
7.98
7.77
8.71
9.47
10.11
31500
5.83
7.27
7.15
9.03
7.73
9.83
8.07
10.30
8.29
10.60
90, 105, 115, 130 Nominal Tons
Hot Water
Water
Module
Gpm
PD (Ft)
Low
30
0.77
High
40
1.02
Low
60
1.69
High
80
2.6
Low
100
3.71
High
120
5.07
Low
140
6.59
High
160
8.37
Low
175
9.8
High
200
12.52
27000
6.68
8.51
8.07
10.21
8.82
10.95
9.19
11.37
9.39
11.64
Unit Standard Air Volume (Cfm)
30000
33000
36000
39000
6.87
7.04
7.18
7.30
8.80
9.04
9.26
9.45
8.38
8.64
8.87
9.07
10.64
11.03
11.38
11.69
9.19
9.52
9.80
10.05
11.46
11.92
12.33
12.71
9.60
9.96
10.27
10.55
11.93
12.43
12.88
13.30
9.82
10.20
10.53
10.82
12.23
12.76
13.24
13.68
42000
7.41
9.62
9.25
11.98
10.26
13.05
10.79
13.67
11.07
14.08
Note:
1. Capacities expressed as MBh per initial temperature difference (ITD) between the entering air temperature to the hot
water coil and the entering water temperature. Ethylene glycol or other capacities can be determined from the Trane
heating coil computer program. Capacity and pressure drop of ethylene glycol varies greatly with temperature and
concentration.
36
Performance
Data
20, 25 Ton
Table 37-1 — Supply Fan Performance With VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE or WITHOUT INLET VANES — 20 and 25 Ton
Cfm
Std
Air
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
RPM
370
390
419
451
485
520
556
593
Cfm
Std
Air
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
2.250
RPM
BHP
1034
3.58
1053
4.09
1061
4.54
1064
5.01
1067
5.57
1072
6.25
1082
7.05
1096
7.99
2.500
RPM
BHP
1085
4.06
1106
4.64
1117
5.16
1121
5.67
1123
6.24
1127
6.93
1135
7.76
1147
8.72
Cfm
Std
Air
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
4.250
RPM
BHP
1376
7.76
1408
8.78
1433
9.78
1449
10.71
1457
11.58
1461
12.44
1463
13.38
1466
14.46
4.500
RPM
BHP
1412
8.33
1445
9.41
1470
10.48
1488
11.48
1498
12.41
1503
13.31
1505
14.27
1507
15.37
.250
BHP
.34
.48
.67
.92
1.23
1.60
2.05
2.58
RPM
504
514
529
550
579
609
641
675
.500
BHP
.62
.80
1.03
1.32
1.68
2.13
2.65
3.25
Total Static Pressure
1.000
1.250
BHP
RPM
BHP
1.35
788
1.77
1.57
793
2.02
1.85
795
2.32
2.23
802
2.71
2.67
814
3.20
3.17
829
3.77
3.78
845
4.39
4.51
867
5.13
1.500
RPM
BHP
859
2.20
867
2.51
869
2.83
873
3.24
882
3.75
895
4.36
910
5.05
926
5.80
1.750
RPM
BHP
922
2.65
934
3.02
938
3.37
940
3.80
946
4.32
957
4.97
971
5.71
986
6.53
2.000
RPM
BHP
980
3.11
996
3.54
1002
3.95
1004
4.39
1008
4.93
1015
5.59
1028
6.38
1043
7.26
2.750
RPM
BHP
1132
4.56
1156
5.20
1169
5.79
1175
6.34
1177
6.94
1180
7.64
1186
8.48
1196
9.47
Total Static Pressure
3.000
3.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
1177
5.07
1220
5.58
1203
5.78
1247
6.36
1219
6.43
1265
7.08
1226
7.04
1274
7.75
1228
7.66
1278
8.41
1231
8.38
1280
9.15
1235
9.24
1284
10.02
1243
10.24
1290
11.04
3.500
RPM
BHP
1261
6.11
1290
6.95
1310
7.74
1321
8.47
1325
9.18
1327
9.94
1330
10.82
1336
11.86
3.750
RPM
BHP
1301
6.65
1331
7.55
1353
8.42
1365
9.21
1371
9.96
1373
10.75
1376
11.65
1380
12.70
4.000
RPM
BHP
1339
7.20
1370
8.16
1393
9.09
1408
9.96
1415
10.77
1418
11.59
1420
12.50
1423
13.57
4.750
RPM
BHP
1446
8.90
1480
10.05
1507
11.18
1526
12.25
1538
13.24
1543
14.20
1545
15.19
1547
16.30
Total Static Pressure
5.000
5.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
1480
9.49
1513
10.08
1515
10.70
1548
11.35
1542
11.89
1577
12.61
1563
13.03
1599
13.82
1576
14.09
1613
14.95
1582
15.10
1620
16.01
1585
16.12
1624
17.08
1587
17.25
1626
18.22
5.500
RPM
BHP
1545
10.69
1581
12.02
1610
13.34
1633
14.62
1649
15.81
5.750
RPM
BHP
1576
11.30
1613
12.69
1643
14.07
6.000
RPM
BHP
1606
11.92
1644
13.37
RPM
614
618
628
642
659
685
715
745
.750
BHP
.96
1.16
1.43
1.76
2.15
2.63
3.22
3.89
RPM
707
710
715
726
741
757
780
809
Notes:
1. Fan performance for 20 and 25 ton rooftops is identical. However, note maximum motor hp size for each size. Contact your local Trane representative for information on
oversized motors.
2. Shaded areas at table extremes note non-standard Bhp or Rpm selection. Contact your local Trane representative for more information.
3. Supply fan performance table includes internal resistance of rooftop. For total static pressure determination, system external static must be added to appropriate component static
pressure drops (evaporator coil, filters, optional economizer, optional exhaust fan, optional heating system, optional cooling only extended casing, optional roof curb).
4. Maximum Cfm (for UL approval) as follows: 20 Ton — 9,000 Cfm
25 Ton — 11,000 Cfm
5. Minimum motor horsepower is 3 hp.
7. Maximum 3 hp and 5 hp motor Rpm is 1,100, maximum
6. Maximum motor horsepower as follows: 20 Ton — 15 hp
7.5 hp through 15 hp motor Rpm is 1655.
25 Ton — 15 hp
8. See RT-EB-104 for further details
8.0
40% wocfm
7.0
1600 RPM
6.5
STATIC PRESSURE, Inches w.c.
S_HFC20 & 25 Ton
Dual 15 X 15 Fans
Entrance Losses
- w ithout Inlet Guide Vanes
- w ithout Evap Coil
- w ithout Filters
- w ithout Return Air Dampers
60% - w ithout Exhaust Fan
Fan Curve Limits
- Minimum Motor HP = 3
- Maximum Motor HP
C20 = 10 HP
C25 = 15 HP
70% - Maximum RPM
3 HP - 5 HP = 1100
7.5 HP - 15 HP = 1655
80% - Maximum CFM
C20 = 9,000
C25 = 11,000
90% - Maximum Static Pressure
Leaving the Unit = 4.0" w .c.
1700 RPM
7.5
20 HP
6.0
1500 RPM
50%
5.5
5.0
1400 RPM
15 HP
4.5
1300 RPM
4.0
1200 RPM
3.5
3.0
1100 RPM
2.5
1000 RPM
2.0
900 RPM
10 HP
7.5 HP
5 HP
3 HP
800 RPM
1.5
700 RPM
600 RPM
500 RPM
1.0
0.5
0.0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
14000
16000
18000
20000
CFM
Important: Maximum static pressure leaving the rooftop is 4.0” H2O positive. The static pressure drops from the supply fan to the space cannot exceed 4.0” H2O.
37
20, 25 Ton
Performance
Data
Table 38-1 — Supply Fan Performance WITH INLET VANES — 20 and 25 Ton
Cfm
Std
Air
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
RPM
387
420
469
526
586
647
708
769
Cfm
Std
Air
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
2.250
RPM
BHP
1037
3.61
1056
4.12
1067
4.60
1076
5.14
1086
5.82
1095
6.56
1109
7.43
1136
8.54
Cfm
Std
Air
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
4.250
RPM
BHP
1380
7.82
1412
8.85
1436
9.85
1453
10.80
1465
11.71
1473
12.68
1482
13.79
1493
15.10
,750
BHP
.99
1.22
1.51
1.92
2.41
3.05
3.88
4.90
Total Static Pressure
1.000
1.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
712
1.37
791
1.78
721
1.62
800
2.06
730
1.95
810
2.43
748
2.36
819
2.85
775
2.90
841
3.41
803
3.53
868
4.10
840
4.33
895
4.88
886
5.33
931
5.85
1.500
RPM
BHP
861
2.22
872
2.54
881
2.92
892
3.40
903
3.94
928
4.67
954
5.50
982
6.46
1.750
RPM
BHP
925
2.67
939
3.05
947
3.45
958
3.96
967
4.54
983
5.24
1010
6.14
1036
7.14
2.000
RPM
BHP
983
3.13
1000
3.57
1009
4.01
1018
4.54
1029
5.17
1038
5.87
1060
6.77
1088
7.85
2.500
RPM
BHP
1087
4.09
1109
4.67
1122
5.21
1131
5.78
1140
6.47
1151
7.27
1160
8.14
1181
9.24
2.750
RPM
BHP
1135
4.59
1159
5.24
1174
5.84
1183
6.45
1192
7.14
1203
8.00
1211
8.90
1225
9.97
Total Static Pressure
3.000
3.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
1180
5.11
1224
5.63
1206
5.82
1251
6.40
1223
6.48
1269
7.14
1233
7.13
1281
7.84
1241
7.85
1289
8.58
1252
8.72
1299
9.47
1262
9.70
1310
10.50
1271
10.75
1318
11.58
3.500
RPM
BHP
1265
6.16
1293
7.00
1314
7.80
1327
8.56
1335
9.34
1344
10.23
1355
11.30
1364
12.45
3.750
RPM
BHP
1305
6.70
1334
7.61
1356
8.48
1371
9.29
1380
10.11
1388
11.02
1399
12.12
1409
13.33
4.000
RPM
BHP
1343
7.26
1374
8.23
1397
9.16
1413
10.04
1423
10.90
1431
11.84
1441
12.94
1452
14.21
4.500
RPM
BHP
1416
8.39
1449
9.49
1474
10.55
1493
11.57
1505
12.54
1514
13.53
1522
14.66
1533
15.99
4.750
RPM
BHP
1450
8.97
1484
10.13
1511
11.26
1531
12.34
1544
13.37
1553
14.41
1561
15.55
1572
16.89
Total Static Pressure
5.000
5.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
1484
9.56
1517
10.16
1519
10.78
1552
11.44
1547
11.98
1581
12.70
1567
13.13
1603
13.92
1582
14.22
1618
15.07
1591
15.30
1629
16.20
1600
16.46
1637
17.40
1609
17.82
1646
18.76
5.500
RPM
BHP
1549
10.77
1585
12.11
1615
13.44
1638
14.72
1654
15.94
5.750
RPM
BHP
1580
11.38
1617
12.79
1647
14.18
6.000
RPM
BHP
1611
12.01
1648
13.47
,250
BHP
.37
.55
.82
1.21
1.72
2.37
3.15
4.10
RPM
514
530
557
591
638
692
750
809
,500
BHP
.65
.85
1.13
1.50
2.02
2.68
3.51
4.51
RPM
621
631
646
673
702
742
792
846
Notes:
1. Fan performance for 20 and 25 ton rooftops is identical. However, note maximum motor hp size for each size. Contact your local Trane representative for information on oversized motors.
2. Shaded areas at table extremes note non-standard Bhp or Rpm selection. Contact your local Trane representative for more information.
3. Supply fan performance table includes internal resistance of rooftop. For total static pressure determination, system external static must be added to appropriate component static pressure drops
(evaporator coil, filters, optional economizer, optional exhaust fan, optional heating system, optional cooling only extended casing, optional roof curb).
4. Maximum Cfm (for UL approval) as follows: 20 Ton — 9,000 Cfm
25 Ton — 11,000 Cfm
5. Minimum motor horsepower is 3 hp.
7. Maximum 3 hp and 5 hp motor Rpm is 1,100, maximum
6. Maximum motor horsepower as follows: 20 Ton — 10 hp
7.5 hp through 15 hp motor Rpm is 1655.
25 Ton — 15 hp
8. See RT-EB-104 for further details
8.0
S_HFC20 & 25 Ton
Entrance Losses
- w ith Inlet Guide Vanes
- w ithout Evap Coil
- w ithout Filterts
- w ithout Return Air dampers
- w ithout Exhaust Fan
Fan Curve Limits
- Minimum Motor HP = 3
70%
- Maximum Motor HP
C20 = 10 HP
C25 = 15 HP
80% - Maximum RPM
3 HP - 5 HP = 1100
7.5 HP - 15 HP = 1655
- Maximum CFM
C20 = 9,000
C25 = 11,000
- Maximum Static Pressure
90% Leaving the Unit = 4.0" w .c
1700 RPM
7.0
1600 RPM
STATIC PRESSURE, Inches w.c.
6.5
20 HP
1500 RPM
6.0
5.5
40%wocfm
7.5
50%
60%
15 HP
1400 RPM
5.0
4.5
1300 RPM
10 HP
4.0
1200 RPM
3.5
1100 RPM
3.0
2.5
1000 RPM
2.0
900 RPM
1.5
800 RPM
7.5 HP
5 HP
3 HP
700 RPM
600 RPM
500 RPM
1.0
0.5
0.0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
14000
16000
18000
20000
CFM
Important: Maximum static pressure leaving the rooftop is 4.0” H2O positive. The static pressure drops from the supply fan to the space cannot exceed 4.0” H2O.
38
30 Ton
Performance
Data
Table 39 1 — Supply Fan Performance With VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE or WITHOUT INLET VANES — 30 Ton
Cfm
Std
Air
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
13500
RPM
316
334
354
376
399
424
450
475
488
Cfm
Std
Air
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
13500
2.250
RPM
BHP
883
4.86
890
5.33
894
5.82
896
6.32
899
6.85
901
7.41
903
7.99
904
8.61
905
8.95
Cfm
Std
Air
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
13500
4.250
RPM
BHP
1174
10.37
1196
11.41
1210
12.38
1219
13.28
1225
14.17
1228
15.09
1231
16.04
1234
17.03
1235
17.53
.750
BHP
1.36
1.56
1.78
2.06
2.40
2.82
3.30
3.85
4.15
Total Static Pressure
1.000
1.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
598
1.88
666
2.42
600
2.12
669
2.71
602
2.37
671
3.01
603
2.66
673
3.33
609
3.00
674
3.69
619
3.43
679
4.11
633
3.93
688
4.62
649
4.52
701
5.22
658
4.83
709
5.55
1.500
RPM
BHP
728
2.99
731
3.32
733
3.67
736
4.04
737
4.43
739
4.86
744
5.37
753
5.98
758
6.32
1.750
RPM
BHP
784
3.59
788
3.97
791
4.36
793
4.78
795
5.22
797
5.68
798
6.19
804
6.79
808
7.13
2.000
RPM
BHP
835
4.22
841
4.64
844
5.08
846
5.54
849
6.02
851
6.53
852
7.07
854
7.67
856
8.01
2.500
RPM
BHP
927
5.51
936
6.04
941
6.57
944
7.13
946
7.70
949
8.30
951
8.94
952
9.60
953
9.94
2.750
RPM
BHP
968
6.18
979
6.78
985
7.35
989
7.95
991
8.57
994
9.22
996
9.90
998
10.61
998
10.97
Total Static Pressure
3.000
3.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
1007
6.86
1043
7.54
1020
7.52
1059
8.28
1027
8.15
1067
8.97
1031
8.79
1072
9.66
1034
9.46
1075
10.37
1037
10.15
1078
11.11
1039
10.88
1080
11.88
1041
11.63
1083
12.68
1042
12.02
1084
13.09
3.500
RPM
BHP
1078
8.24
1095
9.05
1105
9.80
1111
10.54
1115
11.29
1118
12.08
1120
12.89
1122
13.74
1123
14.18
3.750
RPM
BHP
1111
8.94
1130
9.83
1142
10.65
1149
11.43
1153
12.24
1156
13.07
1158
13.93
1161
14.82
1162
15.28
4.000
RPM
BHP
1143
9.65
1164
10.62
1177
11.51
1185
12.35
1189
13.20
1193
14.07
1195
14.98
1198
15.91
1199
16.40
4.500
RPM
BHP
1203
11.10
1227
12.22
1243
13.26
1253
14.22
1259
15.16
1263
16.13
1266
17.13
1268
18.15
1270
18.68
4.750
RPM
BHP
1231
11.83
1256
13.03
1274
14.14
1285
15.18
1292
16.17
1297
17.18
1300
18.22
1302
19.30
1303
19.85
Total Static Pressure
5.000
5.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
1259
12.57
1285
13.32
1285
13.85
1313
14.68
1304
15.04
1333
15.94
1316
16.14
1347
17.11
1324
17.19
1355
18.23
1329
18.25
1361
19.33
1333
19.33
1365
20.46
1335
20.45
1368
21.62
1337
21.03
1369
22.22
5.500
RPM
BHP
1311
14.08
1340
15.51
1361
16.85
1376
18.10
5.750
RPM
BHP
1336
14.85
1366
16.35
6.000
RPM
BHP
1361
15.62
.250
BHP
.50
.65
.85
1.09
1.38
1.73
2.13
2.59
2.85
RPM
426
430
440
456
474
493
515
537
549
.500
BHP
.89
1.05
1.27
1.54
1.87
2.25
2.70
3.21
3.50
RPM
519
521
523
530
542
558
576
595
605
Notes:
1. Shaded areas at table extremes note non-standard Bhp or Rpm selection. Contact your local Trane representative for more information.
2. Supply fan performance table includes internal resistance of rooftop. For total static pressure determination, system external static must be added to appropriate component static pressure
drops (evaporator coil, filters, optional economizer, optional exhaust fan, optional heating system, optional cooling only extended casing, optional roof curb).
3. Minimum motor horsepower is 5 hp, maximum motor horsepower is 20 hp. Maximum RPM is 1379.
4. Max Cfm (for UL approval) as follows: 30 Ton-13,500 Cfm.
5. See RT-EB-104 for further details.
8.0
7.5
40% wocfm
1400 RPM
7.0
STATIC PRESSURE, Inches w.c.
6.5
1300 RPM
6.0
25 HP
5.5
50%
1200 RPM
5.0
20 HP
4.5
1100 RPM
15 HP
4.0
1000 RPM
3.5
3.0
60%
10 HP
900 RPM
2.5
7.5 HP
70%
800 RPM
2.0
S_HFC30
Dual 18 X 18 Fans
Entrance Losses
- w ithout Inlet Guide V anes
- w ithout Evap Coil
- w ithout Filters
- w ithout Return A ir Dampers
- w ithout Exhaust
Fan Curve Limits
- Minimum Motor HP = 5
- Maximum Motor HP = 20
- Maximum RPM = 1379
- Maximum CFM = 13,500
- Maximum Static Pressure
Leaving the Unit = 4.0" w .c.
5 HP
700 RPM
1.5
3 HP
80%
600 RPM
1.0
90% w ocf m
500 RPM
0.5
0.0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
14000
16000
18000
20000
CFM
Important: Maximum static pressure leaving the rooftop is 4.0” H2O positive. The static pressure drops from the supply fan to the space cannot exceed 4.0” H2O.
39
Performance
Data
30 Ton
Table 40-1 — Supply Fan Performance WITH INLET VANES — 30 Ton
Cfm
Std
Air
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
13500
RPM
327
349
376
406
438
471
505
538
555
Cfm
Std
Air
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
13500
Cfm
Std
Air
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
13500
.250
.750
BHP
1.34
1.61
1.85
2.15
2.54
3.00
3.56
4.22
4.59
Total Static Pressure
1.000
1.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
607
1.83
677
2.43
608
2.09
679
2.62
611
2.45
680
3.00
615
2.77
683
3.45
623
3.13
687
3.85
636
3.60
695
4.29
653
4.17
707
4.84
674
4.82
723
5.51
685
5.19
732
5.89
1.500
RPM
BHP
739
3.08
743
3.28
744
3.57
746
4.06
749
4.60
753
5.08
760
5.60
772
6.26
779
6.64
1.750
RPM
BHP
794
3.73
801
4.00
803
4.24
804
4.68
806
5.30
809
5.91
814
6.46
822
7.09
827
7.45
2.000
RPM
BHP
844
4.37
853
4.76
857
5.02
858
5.36
860
5.97
863
6.70
866
7.37
871
8.01
875
8.35
3.500
RPM
BHP
1084
8.36
1102
9.28
1117
10.16
1127
10.87
1133
11.36
1135
11.81
1136
12.49
1137
13.54
1138
14.16
3.750
RPM
BHP
1118
9.08
1137
10.05
1152
11.01
1164
11.84
1171
12.43
1174
12.90
1175
13.50
1176
14.46
1177
15.07
4.000
RPM
BHP
1151
9.80
1170
10.83
1186
11.87
1199
12.81
1208
13.52
1212
14.03
1213
14.58
1214
15.44
1215
16.02
5.500
RPM
BHP
1328
14.47
1349
15.75
1368
17.15
5.750
RPM
BHP
1355
15.30
1376
16.62
6.000
RPM
BHP
RPM
433
440
453
472
496
523
552
583
599
.500
BHP
.93
1.10
1.34
1.64
2.02
2.49
3.05
3.72
4.08
2.250
RPM
BHP
890
5.01
902
5.52
908
5.85
910
6.15
911
6.68
913
7.44
916
8.26
920
8.98
922
9.34
RPM
933
947
955
959
960
961
964
967
969
2.500
BHP
5.66
6.27
6.71
7.03
7.46
8.19
9.09
9.96
10.36
2.750
RPM
BHP
974
6.32
989
7.02
999
7.58
1004
7.96
1006
8.34
1007
8.97
1009
9.90
1012
10.90
1014
11.37
Total Static Pressure
3.000
3.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
1012
6.99
1049
7.67
1029
7.77
1066
8.52
1041
8.45
1080
9.30
1048
8.92
1088
9.89
1050
9.30
1092
10.31
1051
9.83
1094
10.78
1053
10.71
1095
11.57
1055
11.79
1097
12.66
1057
12.33
1098
13.25
4.250
RPM
BHP
1183
10.54
1202
11.62
1219
12.73
1233
13.77
1243
14.60
1248
15.19
1250
15.73
1251
16.49
1252
17.02
4.500
RPM
BHP
1213
11.30
1233
12.42
1251
13.60
1266
14.73
1276
15.68
1283
16.37
1286
16.93
1287
17.61
1288
18.09
4.750
RPM
BHP
1243
12.07
1263
13.23
1282
14.47
1297
15.69
1309
16.76
1317
17.56
1321
18.16
1322
18.81
1323
19.23
Total Static Pressure
5.000
5.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
1272
12.86
1300
13.66
1293
14.06
1321
14.90
1311
15.36
1340
16.25
1327
16.66
1357
17.62
1340
17.83
1370
18.90
1349
18.75
1354
19.42
1356
20.06
1357
20.45
BHP
.53
.70
.94
1.25
1.63
2.09
2.62
3.24
3.59
RPM
526
529
534
543
559
578
601
627
641
Notes:
1. Shaded areas at table extremes note non-standard Bhp or Rpm selection. Contact your local Trane representative for more information.
2. Supply fan performance table includes internal resistance of rooftop. For total static pressure determination, system external static must be added to appropriate component static pressure
drops (evaporator coil, filters, optional economizer, optional exhaust fan, optional heating system, optional cooling only extended casing, optional roof curb).
3. Minimum motor horsepower is 5 hp, maximum motor horsepower is 20 hp. Maximum RPM is 1379.
4. See RT-EB-104 for further details.
8.0
7.0
1400 RPM
STATIC PRESSURE, Inches w.c
6.5
6.0
25 HP
1300 RPM
20 HP
5.5
15 HP
1200 RPM
5.0
4.5
40% wocfm
7.5
1100 RPM
4.0
3.5
10 HP
1000 RPM
7.5 HP
3.0
900 RPM
2.5
S_HFC30
Dual 18 X 18 Fans
Entrance Losses
- w ith Inlet Guide Vanes
- w ithout Evap Coil
- w ithout Filters
50%
- w ithout Return Air Dampers
- w ithout Exhaust
Fan Curve Limits
- Minimum Motor HP = 5
60% - Maximum Motor HP = 20
- Maximum RPM = 1379
- Maximum CFM = 13,500
- Maximum Static Pressure
70%
Leaving the Unit = 4.0" w .c.
5 HP
800 RPM
2.0
80%
700 RPM
1.5
3 HP
600 RPM
1.0
90% w ocfm
500 RPM
0.5
0.0
0
4000
8000
12000
16000
20000
CFM
Important: Maximum static pressure leaving the rooftop is 4.0” H2O positive. The static pressure drops from the supply fan to the space cannot exceed 4.0” H2O.
40
Performance
Data
40, 50, 55 Ton
Table 41-1 — Supply Fan Performance With VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE or WITHOUT INLET VANES — 40, 50 and 55 Ton
Cfm
Std
Air
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000
17000
18000
19000
20000
21000
22000
22500
23000
24000
RPM
290
298
311
329
349
370
391
413
435
457
479
501
524
546
569
580
591
614
Cfm
Std
Air
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000
17000
18000
19000
20000
21000
22000
22500
23000
24000
2.250
RPM
BHP
814
6.80
819
7.32
822
7.88
824
8.45
826
9.01
828
9.59
830
10.18
833
10.80
837
11.46
840
12.14
844
12.86
848
13.60
852
14.36
857
15.15
861
15.96
864
16.38
866
16.80
871
17.66
Cfm
Std
Air
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000
17000
18000
19000
20000
21000
22000
22500
23000
24000
.250
BHP
.66
.77
.94
1.16
1.43
1.75
2.12
2.54
3.02
3.54
4.13
4.78
5.49
6.28
7.14
7.60
8.08
9.10
RPM
396
400
404
409
414
424
438
455
474
494
515
536
558
580
602
613
624
646
.500
BHP
1.27
1.44
1.61
1.79
2.00
2.26
2.60
3.01
3.50
4.06
4.68
5.38
6.15
7.00
7.92
8.40
8.90
9.97
2.500
RPM
BHP
854
7.73
861
8.28
865
8.89
867
9.52
869
10.15
871
10.78
873
11.42
876
12.09
879
12.78
882
13.52
886
14.28
890
15.08
894
15.90
898
16.75
902
17.63
905
18.07
907
18.52
912
19.45
4.250
RPM
1081
1097
1109
1118
1124
1128
1130
1132
1134
1136
1138
1141
1144
1147
1150
1152
1153
1157
BHP
14.75
15.80
16.73
17.64
18.61
19.65
20.73
21.80
22.86
23.94
25.03
26.15
27.30
28.50
29.74
30.38
31.03
32.36
RPM
1108
1125
1138
1148
1155
1159
1162
1164
1166
1168
1170
.750
BHP
1.95
2.16
2.38
2.63
2.89
3.16
3.44
3.77
4.18
4.68
5.29
5.98
6.75
7.61
8.55
9.05
9.58
10.70
Total Static Pressure
1.000
1.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
550
2.67
613
3.44
553
2.93
616
3.75
556
3.20
618
4.07
559
3.50
621
4.41
563
3.81
624
4.77
567
4.15
628
5.16
571
4.49
632
5.57
576
4.86
636
5.99
581
5.24
640
6.43
586
5.65
645
6.89
595
6.15
650
7.37
607
6.76
656
7.89
622
7.49
664
8.50
639
8.32
676
9.25
658
9.26
690
10.12
667
9.76
698
10.60
677
10.29
706
11.11
697
11.41
724
12.22
1.500
RPM
BHP
671
4.23
673
4.61
675
4.99
677
5.37
680
5.78
683
6.21
687
6.67
690
7.15
695
7.65
699
8.17
703
8.71
708
9.27
713
9.85
719
10.49
728
11.25
734
11.68
740
12.15
754
13.19
1.750
RPM
BHP
723
5.05
725
5.49
727
5.93
729
6.37
731
6.82
734
7.30
737
7.80
741
8.33
745
8.89
749
9.47
753
10.07
758
10.70
762
11.34
767
12.00
773
12.70
776
13.07
780
13.48
789
14.41
2.000
RPM
BHP
770
5.90
774
6.39
776
6.89
778
7.40
780
7.90
782
8.43
785
8.97
789
9.55
792
10.16
796
10.79
800
11.46
804
12.14
809
12.84
813
13.57
818
14.32
820
14.70
823
15.09
829
15.93
2.750
RPM
BHP
892
8.69
901
9.27
906
9.92
908
10.61
910
11.30
912
11.99
914
12.69
917
13.40
920
14.14
923
14.92
926
15.73
930
16.58
934
17.46
938
18.37
942
19.30
944
19.78
946
20.26
951
21.25
Total Static Pressure
3.000
3.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
927
9.67
961
10.66
938
10.31
972
11.37
944
10.98
980
12.07
948
11.72
985
12.85
950
12.47
988
13.66
952
13.23
989
14.48
954
13.98
991
15.30
956
14.75
994
16.12
958
15.54
996
16.96
961
16.36
999
17.82
964
17.21
1002
18.72
968
18.11
1005
19.66
972
19.04
1008
20.64
976
20.00
1012
21.66
980
20.99
1016
22.70
982
21.50
1018
23.24
984
22.01
1020
23.78
988
23.06
1024
24.89
3.500
RPM
BHP
993
11.67
1006
12.45
1015
13.20
1021
14.00
1024
14.87
1026
15.75
1028
16.63
1030
17.51
1032
18.40
1035
19.32
1037
20.26
1040
21.24
1044
22.27
1047
23.33
1051
24.43
1053
25.00
1055
25.57
1059
26.73
3.750
RPM
BHP
1023
12.69
1037
13.55
1048
14.35
1055
15.18
1059
16.09
1061
17.04
1063
17.98
1065
18.92
1067
19.87
1069
20.83
1072
21.82
1075
22.85
1078
23.92
1081
25.03
1085
26.18
1087
26.77
1089
27.37
1093
28.59
4.000
RPM
BHP
1053
13.71
1068
14.67
1079
15.53
1087
16.40
1092
17.34
1095
18.34
1097
19.35
1099
20.35
1101
21.36
1103
22.38
1106
23.41
1108
24.48
1111
25.60
1114
26.75
1118
27.95
1120
28.57
1122
29.19
1125
30.47
RPM
479
482
486
490
494
499
504
510
520
534
550
569
588
608
629
640
651
672
Total Static Pressure
4.500
4.750
BHP
RPM
15.78
1134
16.94
1152
17.95
1166
18.91
19.91
20.99
22.12
23.26
24.39
25.52
26.66
5.000
BHP
16.83
18.08
19.18
RPM
1160
BHP
17.88
(See following page for Fan Performance Chart)
Notes:
1. Fan performance for 40, 50, and 55 ton rooftops is identical. However, note maximum motor hp size for each size. Contact your local Trane representative for information on oversized
motors.
2. Shaded areas at table extremes note non-standard Bhp or Rpm selection. Contact your local Trane representative for more information.
3. Supply fan performance table includes internal resistance of rooftop. For total static pressure determination, system external static must be added to appropriate component static
pressure drops (evaporator coil, filters, optional economizer, optional exhaust fan, optional heating system, optional cooling only extended casing, optional roof curb).
4. Maximum Cfm (for UL approval) as follows: 40 Ton — 18,000 Cfm
50 Ton — 22,500 Cfm
55 Ton — 24,000 Cfm
5. Minimum motor horsepower is 7.5 hp.
6. Maximum motor horsepower as follows: 40 Ton — 30 hp
50 Ton — 30 hp
55 Ton — 30 hp
7. Maximum 7.5 hp through 15 hp motor Rpm is 1,141 Rpm, maximum 20 hp through 30 hp motor Rpm is 1,170 Rpm.
8. See RT-EB-104 for further details.
41
Performance
Data
40, 50, 55 Ton
Figure 42-1 — Supply Fan Performance With VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE or WITHOUT INLET VANES — 40, 50 and 55 Ton
7.5
1200 RPM
7.0
STATIC PRESSURE, Inches w.c.
6.5
40 HP
6.0
1100 RPM
50%
5.5
30 HP
25 HP
5.0
1000 RPM
4.5
20 HP
4.0
900 RPM
15 HP
3.5
10 HP
800 RPM
3.0
2.5
7.5 HP
700 RPM
2.0
5 HP
600 RPM
1.5
500 RPM
1.0
40% wocfm
8.0
0.5
SQHFC40,
S—HFC40,C50,
C50,C55
C55
Dual 20 X 20 Fans
Entrance Losses
- w ithout Inlet Guide Vanes
- w ithout Evap Coil
- w ithout Filters
- w ithout Return Air Dampers
- w ithout Exhaust
Fan Curve Limits
60%
- Minimum Motor HP = 7.5
- Maximum Motor HP
C40 = 25 HP
C50 & C55 = 30 HP
70%
- Maximum RPM
7.5 - 15 HP = 1141
20 - 30 HP = 1170
80% - Maximum CFM
C40 = 18,000
C50 = 22,500
C55 = 24,000
90%
- Maximum Static Pressure
Leaving the Unit = 4.0" w .c.
0.0
0
2000
4000
6000 8000 10000 12000 14000 16000 18000 20000 22000 24000 26000 28000 30000
CFM
Important: Maximum static pressure leaving the rooftop is 4.0” H2O positive. The static pressure drops from the supply fan to the space cannot exceed 4.0” H2O.
42
40, 50, 55 Ton
Performance
Data
Table 43-1 — Supply Fan Performance WITH INLET VANES — 40, 50 and 55 Ton
Cfm
Std
Air
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000
17000
18000
19000
20000
21000
22000
22500
23000
24000
RPM
318
339
364
391
419
448
478
507
537
567
597
627
657
687
718
733
748
779
Cfm
Std
Air
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000
17000
18000
19000
20000
21000
22000
22500
23000
24000
2.250
RPM
BHP
817
6.98
823
7.50
827
8.02
830
8.56
833
9.11
836
9.71
840
10.37
846
11.11
853
11.95
861
12.84
871
13.77
881
14.74
893
15.80
906
16.98
920
18.28
928
18.99
936
19.73
954
21.31
Cfm
Std
Air
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000
17000
18000
19000
20000
21000
22000
22500
23000
24000
.250
BHP
.79
1.01
1.28
1.63
2.04
2.53
3.09
3.74
4.46
5.28
6.20
7.22
8.35
9.60
10.96
11.69
12.45
14.08
RPM
406
416
428
444
463
486
511
537
565
593
622
652
681
711
741
756
770
800
2.500
RPM
BHP
858
7.92
865
8.50
870
9.08
873
9.67
876
10.27
879
10.90
882
11.58
887
12.33
893
13.18
900
14.13
909
15.12
918
16.15
929
17.23
940
18.40
953
19.69
960
20.39
967
21.13
983
22.70
4.250
RPM
1087
1102
1114
1123
1129
1134
1137
1140
1143
1146
1149
1153
1159
1165
.500
BHP
1.35
1.56
1.81
2.13
2.51
2.97
3.53
4.18
4.93
5.78
6.74
7.80
8.98
10.27
11.67
12.42
13.20
14.86
BHP
14.97
16.10
17.13
18.11
19.08
20.08
21.08
22.09
23.13
24.21
25.35
26.59
27.94
29.43
.750
BHP
1.98
2.24
2.53
2.85
3.22
3.66
4.19
4.80
5.52
6.35
7.30
8.37
9.55
10.87
12.31
13.08
13.88
15.59
Total Static Pressure
1.000
1.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
555
2.70
618
3.49
558
2.97
621
3.79
564
3.30
624
4.13
571
3.68
629
4.53
580
4.08
636
4.99
591
4.52
645
5.49
604
5.03
655
6.02
619
5.63
667
6.60
636
6.32
680
7.28
656
7.11
695
8.05
678
8.02
713
8.93
702
9.05
733
9.92
727
10.22
755
11.05
754
11.53
779
12.32
781
12.97
804
13.74
795
13.74
817
14.50
810
14.55
830
15.31
838
16.28
857
17.03
1.500
RPM
BHP
675
4.31
678
4.67
680
5.04
684
5.45
689
5.92
696
6.47
704
7.07
714
7.69
725
8.36
738
9.12
752
9.99
768
10.97
786
12.06
807
13.28
829
14.66
841
15.40
853
16.19
878
17.88
1.750
RPM
BHP
726
5.17
730
5.58
733
6.00
735
6.44
739
6.93
744
7.49
751
8.12
760
8.82
769
9.54
780
10.30
792
11.16
806
12.12
821
13.21
838
14.41
857
15.74
868
16.46
878
17.23
901
18.87
2.750
RPM
BHP
896
8.89
904
9.52
910
10.16
914
10.81
917
11.46
920
12.13
923
12.84
926
13.61
931
14.47
938
15.43
945
16.48
954
17.58
964
18.72
974
19.91
986
21.19
992
21.88
998
22.61
1012
24.17
Total Static Pressure
3.000
3.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
932
9.88
966
10.88
942
10.58
977
11.65
948
11.26
985
12.39
953
11.96
990
13.15
956
12.67
994
13.91
959
13.39
997
14.69
962
14.14
999
15.47
965
14.93
1002
16.30
969
15.81
1006
17.19
975
16.77
1010
18.17
981
17.85
1016
19.26
989
19.01
1023
20.46
998
20.22
1031
21.73
1008
21.46
1040
23.05
1018
22.77
1050
24.40
1024
23.46
1055
25.10
1030
24.18
1061
25.82
1043
25.73
1073
27.36
3.500
RPM
BHP
998
11.89
1010
12.74
1019
13.55
1026
14.35
1030
15.17
1033
16.00
1036
16.84
1038
17.71
1042
18.62
1046
19.62
1051
20.71
1057
21.92
1064
23.24
1072
24.63
1082
26.05
1086
26.78
1092
27.52
1102
29.07
3.750
RPM
BHP
1029
12.90
1042
13.85
1052
14.73
1059
15.58
1064
16.46
1068
17.34
1071
18.23
1073
19.14
1076
20.09
1080
21.11
1084
22.22
1090
23.43
1096
24.77
1104
26.21
1112
27.71
1117
28.47
1122
29.24
1132
30.83
RPM
485
491
499
509
521
536
553
574
597
622
648
675
703
732
761
776
790
820
Total Static Pressure
4.500
4.750
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
1114
16.01
1141
17.07
1131
17.24
1158
18.39
1143
18.36
1153
19.40
1160
20.43
1165
21.48
1169
22.54
2.000
RPM
BHP
773
6.06
778
6.52
781
7.00
784
7.48
787
8.00
791
8.57
796
9.22
803
9.95
812
10.74
821
11.56
832
12.43
844
13.38
857
14.45
871
15.64
888
16.97
897
17.68
906
18.42
926
20.02
RPM
1058
1073
1084
1092
1098
1102
1105
1107
1110
1113
1117
1122
1128
1135
1143
1147
1151
1161
4.000
BHP
13.93
14.97
15.92
16.83
17.76
18.70
19.65
20.61
21.60
22.64
23.76
24.99
26.34
27.81
29.37
30.17
30.98
32.63
5.000
RPM
1166
BHP
18.13
(See following page for Fan Performance Chart)
Notes:
1. Fan performance for 40, 50, and 55 ton rooftops is identical. However, note maximum motor hp size for each size. Contact your local Trane representative for information on non-standard
motors.
2. Shaded areas at table extremes note non-standard Bhp or Rpm selection. Contact your local Trane representative for more information.
3. Supply fan performance table includes internal resistance of rooftop. For total static pressure determination, system external static must be added to appropriate component static
pressure drops (evaporator coil, filters, optional economizer, optional exhaust fan, optional heating system, optional cooling only extended casing, optional roof curb).
4. Maximum Cfm (for UL approval) as follows: 40 Ton — 18,000 Cfm, 50 Ton — 22,500 Cfm, 55 Ton — 24,000 Cfm
5. Minimum motor horsepower is 7.5 hp.
6. Maximum motor horsepower as follows: 40 Ton — 30 hp, 50 Ton — 30 hp, 55 Ton — 30 hp
7. Maximum 7.5 hp through 15 hp motor Rpm is 1,141 Rpm, maximum 20 hp through 30 hp motor Rpm is 1,170 Rpm.
8. See RT-EB-104 for further details.
43
40, 50, 55 Ton
Performance
Data
Figure 44-1 — Supply Fan Performance WITH INLET VANES — 40, 50 and 55 Ton
8.0
7.5
1200 RPM
STATIC PRESSURE, Inches w.c.
6.5
6.0
30 HP
1100 RPM
5.5
40% wocfm
7.0
40 HP
50%
25 HP
5.0
1000 RPM
4.5
20 HP
4.0
15 HP
900 RPM
3.5
3.0
10 HP
800 RPM
2.5
7.5 HP
700 RPM
2.0
1.5
600 RPM
1.0
500 RPM
5 HP
0.5
60%
S_HFC40, C50, C55
Dual 20 X 20 Fans
Entrance Losses
- w ith Inlet Guide Vanes
- w ithout Evap Coil
- w ithout Filters
- w ithout Return Air Dampers
- w ithout Exhaust
70% Fan Curve Limits
- Minimum Motor HP = 7.5
- Maximum Motor HP
C40 = 25 HP
C50 & C55 = 30 HP
80%
- Maximum RPM
7.5 - 15 HP = 1141
20 - 30 HP = 1170
- Maximum CFM
C40 = 18,000
90%
C50 = 22,500
C55 = 24,000
- Maximum Static Pressure
Leaving the Unit = 4.0" w .c.
0.0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000 10000 12000 14000 16000 18000 20000 22000 24000 26000 28000 30000
CFM
Important: Maximum static pressure leaving the rooftop is 4.0” H2O positive. The static pressure drops from the supply fan to the space cannot exceed 4.0” H2O.
44
Performance
Data
60, 70, 75 Tons
Table 45-1 — Supply Fan Performance With VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE or WITHOUT INLET VANES — 60, 70 and 75 Ton
Cfm
Std
Air
14000
15000
16000
17000
18000
19000
20000
21000
22000
23000
24000
25000
26000
27000
RPM
295
305
316
327
338
349
361
372
384
395
407
419
431
443
Cfm
Std
Air
14000
15000
16000
17000
18000
19000
20000
21000
22000
23000
24000
25000
26000
27000
2.250
RPM
BHP
723
10.67
730
11.32
736
11.96
741
12.57
746
13.17
751
13.76
755
14.36
758
14.97
761
15.64
762
16.37
764
17.14
765
17.94
766
18.72
768
19.51
Cfm
Std
Air
14000
15000
16000
17000
18000
19000
20000
21000
22000
23000
24000
25000
26000
27000
4.250
RPM
BHP
947
21.47
957
22.59
967
23.75
976
24.94
985
26.17
992
27.40
999
28.63
1006
29.85
1012
31.04
1017
32.21
1022
33.35
1027
34.48
1031
35.60
1036
36.71
.750
BHP
3.34
3.60
3.88
4.20
4.60
5.04
5.52
6.04
6.61
7.22
7.88
8.59
9.35
10.16
Total Static Pressure
1.000
1.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
505
4.44
559
5.65
508
4.74
563
5.98
509
5.08
566
6.33
510
5.43
568
6.72
512
5.78
569
7.15
515
6.18
570
7.59
519
6.65
572
8.03
525
7.19
575
8.51
533
7.79
579
9.07
541
8.43
584
9.72
550
9.12
591
10.43
559
9.86
599
11.20
569
10.66
607
12.03
579
11.50
616
12.90
2.500
RPM
BHP
757
11.95
764
12.68
771
13.39
777
14.10
782
14.78
787
15.44
791
16.10
795
16.76
799
17.44
801
18.17
803
18.96
805
19.82
806
20.70
807
21.57
2.750
RPM
BHP
788
13.24
796
14.04
803
14.84
810
15.62
815
16.39
821
17.14
826
17.87
830
18.59
834
19.32
838
20.06
840
20.86
842
21.72
844
22.65
845
23.62
Total Static Pressure
3.000
3.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
818
14.55
846
15.89
826
15.41
855
16.81
834
16.28
863
17.74
841
17.15
870
18.69
847
18.01
877
19.63
853
18.84
883
20.54
858
19.65
889
21.44
863
20.45
894
22.32
867
21.23
899
23.18
871
22.03
903
24.03
875
22.84
907
24.89
878
23.70
910
25.77
880
24.64
913
26.71
881
25.65
915
27.72
4.500
RPM
BHP
970
22.92
981
24.09
991
25.30
1000
26.55
1009
27.83
1017
29.13
1024
30.44
1031
31.74
1037
33.02
1043
34.27
1048
35.50
1053
36.70
1058
37.89
1062
39.07
4.750
RPM
BHP
993
24.39
1003
25.61
1014
26.87
1023
28.17
1032
29.51
1041
30.87
1048
32.25
1055
33.63
1062
35.00
1068
36.34
1074
37.65
1079
38.93
1084
40.20
1088
41.45
Total Static Pressure
5.000
5.250
5.500
5.750
6.000
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
1015
25.89
1036
27.40
1057
28.93
1077
30.49
1097
32.06
1025
27.16
1047
28.72
1068
30.30
1088
31.91
1108
33.53
1036
28.46
1057
30.08
1078
31.71
1099
33.36
1119
35.03
1046
29.81
1067
31.48
1089
33.16
1109
34.86
1129
36.58
1055
31.20
1077
32.92
1098
34.65
1119
36.40
1064
32.63
1086
34.40
1108
36.19
1129
37.99
1072
34.08
1094
35.91
1116
37.76
1079
35.53
1102
37.44
1124
39.35
1086
36.98
1109
38.96
1092
38.41
1116
40.47
1098
39.80
1122
41.96
1104
41.17
1127
43.41
1109
42.52
(See following page for Fan Performance Chart)
1113
43.85
.250
BHP
1.55
1.80
2.08
2.38
2.72
3.09
3.48
3.91
4.37
4.87
5.41
5.98
6.60
7.26
RPM
366
373
380
389
399
408
419
429
440
450
461
473
484
495
.500
BHP
2.32
2.59
2.90
3.24
3.62
4.03
4.48
4.97
5.51
6.08
6.70
7.37
8.08
8.83
RPM
441
442
444
448
454
461
469
478
488
497
508
518
528
539
1.500
BHP
6.89
7.29
7.69
8.09
8.53
9.02
9.55
10.07
10.60
11.18
11.85
12.61
13.45
14.36
1.750
RPM
BHP
648
8.15
654
8.63
659
9.10
663
9.55
667
10.02
670
10.51
672
11.06
673
11.66
674
12.27
675
12.88
677
13.51
680
14.20
685
14.99
690
15.89
2.000
RPM
BHP
687
9.41
693
9.97
699
10.52
704
11.06
708
11.58
712
12.11
715
12.66
718
13.27
719
13.93
720
14.63
721
15.33
723
16.03
725
16.76
728
17.58
3.500
RPM
BHP
873
17.25
882
18.22
891
19.22
899
20.23
906
21.25
912
22.25
918
23.23
924
24.19
929
25.13
933
26.06
938
26.98
942
27.90
945
28.86
948
29.87
3.750
RPM
BHP
898
18.63
908
19.65
917
20.71
926
21.79
933
22.88
940
23.96
946
25.03
952
26.08
958
27.10
962
28.10
967
29.09
971
30.07
975
31.07
978
32.09
4.000
RPM
BHP
923
20.04
933
21.11
943
22.22
951
23.36
959
24.52
967
25.68
973
26.83
979
27.96
985
29.07
990
30.15
995
31.22
1000
32.27
1004
33.32
1008
34.38
RPM
606
611
615
619
621
623
624
625
627
629
633
639
645
653
Notes:
1. Fan performance for 60, 70 and 75 ton rooftops are identical. However, note maximum motor hp size for each size. Contact your local Trane representative for information on non-standard
motors.
2. Shaded areas at table extremes note non-standard Bhp or Rpm selection. Contact your local Trane representative for more information.
3. Supply fan performance table includes internal resistance of rooftop. For total static pressure determination, system external static must be added to appropriate component static pressure
drops (evaporator coil, filters, optional economizer, optional exhaust fan, optional heating system, optional cooling only extended casing, optional roof curb).
4. Maximum Cfm (for UL approval) as follows: 60 Ton — 27,000 Cfm , 70 & 75 Ton — 30,000 Cfm
5. Minimum motor horsepower is 10 hp.
6. Maximum motor horsepower is 40 hp.
7. Maximum motor Rpm is 1,130.
8. See RT-EB-104 for further details.
45
Performance
Data
60, 70, 75 Tons
Figure 46-1 — Supply Fan Performance With VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE or WITHOUT INLET VANES — 60, 70 and 75 Ton
1200 RPM
8.0
7.5
7.0
50 HP
STATIC PRESSURE, Inches w.c.
6.5
1000 RPM
6.0
5.5
S_HFC60, C70, C75
Dual 22 X 22 Fans
Entrance Losses
- w ithout Inlet Guide Vanes
- w ithout Evap Coil
- w ithout Filters
50%
- w ithout Return Air Dampers
- w ithout Exhaust
Fan Curve Limits
- Minimum Motor HP = 10
- Maximum Motor HP = 40
60% - Maximum RPM = 1130
- Maximum CFM
C60 = 27,000
C70 & C75 = 30,000
70%
- Maximum Static Pressure
Leaving the Unit = 4.0" w .c.
40% wocfm
1100 RPM
40 HP
5.0
900 RPM
30 HP
4.5
4.0
20 HP
800 RPM
25 HP
3.5
3.0
15 HP
700 RPM
2.5
10 HP
600 RPM
2.0
80%
7.5 HP
1.5
500 RPM
90% w ocfm
1.0
0.5
0.0
0
3000
6000
9000
12000
15000
18000
21000
24000
27000
30000
33000
36000
CFM
Important: Maximum static pressure leaving the rooftop is 4.0” H2O positive. The static pressure drops from the supply fan to the space cannot exceed 4.0” H2O.
46
Performance
Data
60, 70, 75 Ton
Table 47-1 — Supply Fan Performance WITH INLET VANES — 60, 70 and 75 Ton
Cfm
Std
Air
14000
15000
16000
17000
18000
19000
20000
21000
22000
23000
24000
25000
26000
27000
RPM
316
330
344
359
374
390
405
420
436
452
468
484
500
516
Cfm
Std
Air
14000
15000
16000
17000
18000
19000
20000
21000
22000
23000
24000
25000
26000
27000
2.250
RPM
BHP
729
10.76
736
11.39
743
12.07
750
12.80
756
13.53
761
14.25
766
14.93
771
15.60
775
16.31
780
17.11
785
18.00
789
18.94
794
19.91
797
20.85
Cfm
Std
Air
14000
15000
16000
17000
18000
19000
20000
21000
22000
23000
24000
25000
26000
27000
4.250
RPM
BHP
956
21.90
966
23.07
975
24.24
983
25.38
992
26.51
1000
27.64
1007
28.82
1014
30.05
1021
31.35
1028
32.71
1034
34.10
1040
35.49
1046
36.83
1051
38.12
.750
BHP
3.51
3.83
4.15
4.50
4.94
5.47
6.06
6.71
7.40
8.14
8.94
9.81
10.74
11.75
Total Static Pressure
1.000
1.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
514
4.62
567
5.84
518
4.95
572
6.22
523
5.34
576
6.60
528
5.76
580
7.02
532
6.18
585
7.51
535
6.61
590
8.04
541
7.12
594
8.57
550
7.74
597
9.10
560
8.46
602
9.70
572
9.25
610
10.43
583
10.10
620
11.27
595
11.01
631
12.21
608
11.97
642
13.22
620
12.99
654
14.30
1.500
RPM
BHP
613
7.03
619
7.52
624
7.98
629
8.43
633
8.90
638
9.44
643
10.05
647
10.69
651
11.32
654
11.96
659
12.67
667
13.53
676
14.51
687
15.60
1.750
RPM
BHP
655
8.22
661
8.78
667
9.36
673
9.91
677
10.43
682
10.96
686
11.55
691
12.23
696
12.96
700
13.71
704
14.44
707
15.19
713
16.04
720
17.04
2.000
RPM
BHP
693
9.47
700
10.07
707
10.71
713
11.36
718
12.00
723
12.59
727
13.19
732
13.84
737
14.58
742
15.39
746
16.25
750
17.10
754
17.93
758
18.81
2.500
RPM
BHP
762
12.09
770
12.77
777
13.48
784
14.25
791
15.05
797
15.87
802
16.67
807
17.42
812
18.16
816
18.94
821
19.81
826
20.77
830
21.81
835
22.88
2.750
RPM
BHP
794
13.45
802
14.18
809
14.93
817
15.73
824
16.58
830
17.48
836
18.37
842
19.25
847
20.08
851
20.89
855
21.74
860
22.68
865
23.72
870
24.85
Total Static Pressure
3.000
3.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
824
14.83
853
16.22
832
15.62
861
17.09
840
16.43
869
17.95
848
17.26
877
18.83
855
18.14
884
19.75
862
19.09
891
20.72
868
20.06
898
21.76
874
21.04
905
22.82
880
21.99
911
23.88
884
22.89
916
24.90
889
23.78
921
25.87
893
24.71
925
26.84
898
25.72
930
27.84
902
26.85
934
28.93
3.500
RPM
BHP
880
17.62
889
18.57
897
19.50
905
20.43
913
21.39
920
22.40
927
23.47
934
24.59
940
25.74
946
26.87
951
27.96
956
29.01
960
30.05
965
31.13
3.750
RPM
BHP
906
19.03
915
20.06
924
21.07
932
22.06
940
23.07
948
24.11
955
25.21
962
26.38
968
27.60
974
28.82
980
30.03
985
31.19
990
32.31
994
33.43
4.000
RPM
BHP
932
20.46
941
21.56
950
22.65
958
23.71
966
24.78
974
25.86
981
27.00
988
28.20
995
29.46
1002
30.77
1008
32.07
1013
33.35
1019
34.58
1023
35.77
4.500
RPM
BHP
980
23.36
989
24.60
999
25.84
1008
27.06
1016
28.26
1024
29.45
1032
30.67
1039
31.93
1046
33.27
1053
34.67
1060
36.13
1066
37.60
1072
39.06
1077
40.47
4.750
RPM
BHP
1003
24.83
1013
26.14
1022
27.45
1031
28.75
1040
30.02
1048
31.28
1056
32.55
1064
33.86
1071
35.22
1078
36.66
1085
38.17
1091
39.71
1097
41.27
1103
42.80
Total Static Pressure
5.000
5.250
5.500
5.750
6.000
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
1025
26.32
1047
27.83
1068
29.35
1088
30.90
1108
32.46
1035
27.69
1057
29.26
1078
30.84
1099
32.44
1119
34.05
1045
29.07
1067
30.70
1088
32.35
1109
34.01
1130
35.68
1054
30.44
1076
32.15
1098
33.87
1119
35.60
1063
31.80
1085
33.58
1107
35.38
1128
37.18
1071
33.13
1094
34.99
1116
36.86
1079
34.46
1102
36.38
1124
38.32
1087
35.81
1110
37.79
1095
37.21
1118
39.23
1102
38.67
1125
40.72
1109
40.22
1115
41.83
1122
43.46
(See following page for Fan Performance Chart)
1128
45.09
.250
BHP
1.77
2.07
2.41
2.80
3.24
3.72
4.24
4.81
5.44
6.11
6.85
7.64
8.49
9.41
RPM
382
390
401
413
425
437
450
464
478
492
507
522
538
553
.500
BHP
2.48
2.79
3.17
3.59
4.05
4.55
5.10
5.70
6.37
7.10
7.89
8.74
9.66
10.64
RPM
454
458
462
466
474
485
496
508
520
532
545
558
572
586
Notes:
1. Fan performance for 60, 70 and 75 ton rooftops are identical. Contact your local Trane representative for information on non-standard motors.
2. Shaded areas at table extremes note non-standard Bhp or Rpm selection. Contact your local Trane representative for more information.
3. Supply fan performance table includes internal resistance of rooftop. For total static pressure determination, system external static must be added to appropriate component static pressure
drops (evaporator coil, filters, optional economizer, optional exhaust fan, optional heating system, optional cooling only extended casing, optional roof curb).
4. Maximum Cfm (for UL approval) as follows: 60 Ton — 27,000 Cfm
70 & 75 Ton — 30,000 Cfm
5. Minimum motor horsepower is 10 hp.
6. Maximum motor horsepower is 40 hp.
7. Maximum motor Rpm is 1,130.
8. See RT-EB-104 for further details.
47
Performance
Data
60, 70, 75 Ton
Figure 48-1 — Supply Fan Performance WITH INLET VANES — 60, 70 and 75 Ton
8.0
1200 RPM
7.5
7.0
50 HP
STATIC PRESSURE, Inches w.c.
6.5
1000 RPM
6.0
40% wocfm
1100 RPM
50%
40 HP
5.5
25 HP
5.0
900 RPM
30 HP
4.5
4.0
20 HP
800 RPM
3.5
3.0
15 HP
700 RPM
10 HP
2.5
2.0
600 RPM
1.5
500 RPM
S_HFC60, C70, C75
Dual 22 X 22 Fans
Entrance Losses
- w ith Inlet Guide Vanes
- w ithout Evap Coil
- w ithout Filters
- w ithout Return Air Dampers
- w ithout Exhaust
Fan Curve Limits
60% - Minimum Motor HP = 10
- Maximum Motor HP = 40
- Maximum RPM = 1130
- Maximum CFM
C60 = 27,000
70%
C70 & C75 = 30,000
- Maximum Static Pressure
Leaving the Unit = 4.0" w .c
80%
7.5 HP
90% w ocf m
1.0
0.5
0.0
0
3000
6000
9000
12000
15000
18000
21000
24000
27000
30000
33000
36000
CFM
Important: Maximum static pressure leaving the rooftop is 4.0” H2O positive. The static pressure drops from the supply fan to the space cannot exceed 4.0” H2O.
48
Performance
Data
90 Tons
Table 49-1 — Supply Fan Performance WITH VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE or WITHOUT INLET GUIDE VANES — 90 Ton
Cfm
Std.
Air
27000
28000
29000
30000
31000
32000
33000
34000
35000
36000
37000
38000
39000
40000
41000
42000
43000
44000
45000
0.250
RPM
BHP
294
5.00
301
5.45
309
5.92
316
6.43
323
6.96
331
7.52
338
8.11
346
8.74
354
9.40
361
10.09
369
10.82
377
11.59
384
12.39
392
13.23
400
14.11
408
15.03
416
15.99
424
16.99
432
18.04
0.500
RPM
BHP
338
6.57
345
7.09
351
7.63
358
8.21
365
8.82
372
9.46
379
10.13
386
10.83
393
11.56
400
12.33
407
13.14
415
13.98
422
14.86
429
15.78
436
16.73
444
17.73
451
18.77
459
19.85
466
20.97
0.750
RPM
BHP
374
8.02
381
8.61
387
9.23
394
9.88
400
10.55
407
11.26
413
12.01
420
12.78
427
13.59
434
14.43
440
15.31
447
16.23
454
17.18
461
18.17
468
19.20
475
20.28
482
21.39
489
22.54
497
23.74
Total Static Pressure
1.000
1.250
RPM
BHP
RPM BHP
405
9.33
433 10.54
412
10.06
438 11.22
419
10.79
445 12.00
425
11.50
452 12.86
431
12.21
459 13.77
438
12.99
466 14.69
444
13.80
472 15.59
450
14.64
478 16.48
457
15.52
484 17.39
463
16.44
491 18.37
470
17.39
497 19.39
477
18.37
504 20.45
483
19.40
510 21.54
490
20.47
517 22.68
497
21.57
523 23.85
504
22.71
530 25.07
511
23.90
536 26.33
517
25.13
543 27.63
524
26.40
550 28.98
1.500
RPM
BHP
460
12.07
466
12.76
471
13.44
476
14.18
482
15.03
489
16.00
496
17.06
503
18.15
510
19.25
516
20.33
523
21.40
528
22.46
535
23.63
541
24.83
548
26.08
554
27.36
561
28.69
567
30.06
574
31.48
1.750
RPM
BHP
485
13.46
491
14.26
496
15.08
502
15.88
507
16.67
512
17.51
518
18.44
524
19.51
531
20.69
538
21.94
545
23.22
552
24.50
559
25.77
565
27.02
570
28.25
577
29.60
583
31.00
590
32.44
596
33.92
2.000
RPM
BHP
511
14.87
515
15.69
519
16.56
525
17.48
531
18.42
536
19.34
541
20.24
546
21.18
552
22.22
558
23.39
565
24.70
572
26.10
579
27.56
586
29.03
593
30.48
599
31.92
605
33.34
611
34.76
617
36.32
Cfm
Std.
Air
27000
28000
29000
30000
31000
32000
33000
34000
35000
36000
37000
38000
39000
40000
41000
42000
43000
44000
45000
2.250
RPM
BHP
538
16.30
540
17.18
543
18.07
547
19.01
552
20.01
558
21.05
563
22.10
569
23.13
574
24.15
579
25.21
585
26.36
591
27.66
598
29.11
605
30.66
612
32.28
619
33.93
625
35.58
632
37.20
638
38.81
2.500
RPM
BHP
563
17.68
566
18.65
568
19.62
571
20.59
574
21.61
579
22.68
584
23.80
589
24.96
595
26.13
600
27.27
606
28.41
611
29.59
616
30.87
623
32.31
629
33.91
636
35.62
643
37.41
650
39.24
657
41.07
2.750
RPM
BHP
587
19.02
590
20.06
592
21.12
595
22.19
597
23.25
600
24.35
604
25.49
609
26.70
615
27.96
620
29.24
626
30.52
631
31.77
636
33.02
642
34.33
647
35.76
653
37.35
660
39.11
667
41.00
674
42.96
Total Static Pressure
3.000
3.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
611
20.42
633
21.97
613
21.45
635
22.92
616
22.57
638
24.02
618
23.73
640
25.22
620
24.89
643
26.47
623
26.05
645
27.74
626
27.23
647
28.99
629
28.45
650
30.26
634
29.73
653
31.56
639
31.08
657
32.92
644
32.47
662
34.35
650
33.87
668
35.84
655
35.26
673
37.36
661
36.62
679
38.87
666
37.99
684
40.36
671
39.45
690
41.83
677
41.04
695
43.34
683
42.81
700
44.95
690
44.74
706
46.72
3.500
RPM
BHP
655
23.71
657
24.53
659
25.55
662
26.73
664
28.01
666
29.35
669
30.71
671
32.07
674
33.42
677
34.81
681
36.26
685
37.77
691
39.35
696
40.98
702
42.61
707
44.23
713
45.82
718
47.41
723
49.07
3.750
RPM
BHP
676
25.66
678
26.34
680
27.22
682
28.32
685
29.57
687
30.94
690
32.37
692
33.83
694
35.28
697
36.73
700
38.21
703
39.74
708
41.34
713
43.01
718
44.74
724
46.49
730
48.23
735
49.95
740
51.64
4.000
RPM
BHP
697
27.75
699
28.34
701
29.08
703
30.04
705
31.21
707
32.55
710
34.01
712
35.53
714
37.09
717
38.64
719
40.19
722
41.75
725
43.37
730
45.05
735
46.82
740
48.65
746
50.51
751
52.38
757
54.22
Cfm
Std.
Air
27000
28000
29000
30000
31000
32000
33000
34000
35000
36000
37000
38000
39000
40000
41000
42000
43000
44000
45000
4.250
RPM
BHP
717
29.93
719
30.49
720
31.13
722
31.95
724
32.99
727
34.25
729
35.67
731
37.22
734
38.84
736
40.50
738
42.14
741
43.78
744
45.44
747
47.15
751
48.92
756
50.78
761
52.70
767
54.67
772
56.66
4.500
RPM
BHP
737
32.15
738
32.73
740
33.33
742
34.04
744
34.94
746
36.07
748
37.42
750
38.93
753
40.57
755
42.29
757
44.04
760
45.79
762
47.52
765
49.28
768
51.08
772
52.94
777
54.89
782
56.91
787
58.99
4.750
RPM
BHP
756
34.38
757
35.03
759
35.64
760
36.29
762
37.07
764
38.05
766
39.28
769
40.72
771
42.34
773
44.07
776
45.89
778
47.74
780
49.58
783
51.41
786
53.26
789
55.15
793
57.11
797
59.15
802
61.28
Total Static Pressure
5.000
5.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
775
36.59
793
38.75
776
37.34
795
39.65
778
38.00
796
40.40
779
38.65
797
41.08
781
39.36
799
41.77
782
40.22
800
42.54
784
41.29
802
43.48
787
42.62
804
44.67
789
44.17
806
46.11
791
45.88
809
47.76
794
47.72
811
49.58
796
49.63
813
51.51
798
51.58
816
53.53
801
53.52
818
55.57
803
55.45
820
57.61
806
57.39
823
59.63
809
59.38
826
61.67
813
61.43
829
63.76
817
63.57
832
65.91
5.500
RPM
BHP
811
40.89
812
41.91
814
42.79
815
43.55
816
44.25
818
44.99
820
45.84
821
46.88
824
48.17
826
49.73
828
51.49
830
53.41
833
55.46
835
57.57
838
59.71
840
61.84
842
63.97
845
66.11
848
68.29
5.750
RPM
BHP
829
43.00
830
44.14
831
45.16
832
46.03
834
46.79
835
47.53
837
48.33
838
49.26
840
50.40
842
51.82
845
53.49
847
55.37
849
57.40
852
59.55
854
61.77
857
64.01
859
66.23
861
68.45
864
70.69
6.000
RPM
BHP
846
45.09
847
46.35
848
47.49
849
48.50
851
49.36
852
50.13
854
50.91
855
51.78
857
52.80
859
54.06
861
55.61
863
57.40
866
59.39
868
61.54
870
63.80
873
66.11
875
68.45
878
70.77
880
73.09
(Contiued on the following page)
49
Performance
Data
90 Tons
Table 49-1 — Supply Fan Performance WITH VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE or WITHOUT INLET GUIDE VANES — 90 Ton (Cont.)
Cfm
Std.
Air
27000
28000
29000
30000
31000
32000
33000
34000
35000
36000
37000
38000
39000
40000
41000
42000
43000
44000
45000
6.250
RPM
BHP
863
47.16
864
48.53
865
49.79
866
50.93
867
51.92
869
52.77
870
53.57
872
54.40
873
55.34
875
56.47
877
57.87
879
59.54
882
61.46
884
63.57
886
65.83
889
68.19
891
70.61
894
73.05
896
75.46
6.500
RPM
BHP
880
49.23
881
50.69
882
52.07
883
53.33
884
54.46
885
55.42
886
56.27
888
57.11
889
58.00
891
59.03
893
60.28
895
61.81
897
63.62
900
65.67
902
67.90
904
70.27
907
72.75
909
75.27
912
77.80
Total Static Pressure
7.000
7.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
912
53.36
927
55.42
913
54.99
928
57.13
914
56.57
929
58.79
915
58.06
931
60.39
916
59.43
932
61.88
917
60.66
933
63.24
918
61.73
934
64.44
920
62.67
935
65.48
921
63.56
936
66.42
923
64.50
938
67.36
924
65.55
939
68.36
926
66.80
941
69.51
928
68.32
943
70.89
930
70.14
945
72.56
932
72.23
947
74.54
935
74.54
950
76.77
937
77.02
952
79.22
940
79.63
6.750
RPM
BHP
896
51.30
897
52.85
898
54.33
899
55.71
900
56.96
901
58.05
902
59.00
904
59.87
905
60.75
907
61.72
909
62.85
911
64.23
913
65.90
915
67.85
917
70.03
920
72.38
922
74.87
925
77.45
927
80.08
7.500
RPM
BHP
942
57.50
944
59.27
945
61.01
946
62.70
947
64.30
948
65.79
949
67.12
950
68.29
952
69.31
953
70.27
954
71.26
956
72.34
958
73.61
960
75.13
962
76.96
964
79.09
7.750
RPM
BHP
957
59.58
959
61.41
960
63.23
961
65.01
962
66.71
963
68.31
964
69.78
965
71.08
967
72.21
968
73.23
969
74.22
40% wocfm
Notes:
1. Shaded areas indicate non-standard BHP or RPM selections. Contact your local Trane representive for more information.
2. Supply fan performance table includes internal resistance of rooftop. For total static pressure determination, system external static must be added to appropriate component static pressure
drops, (evaporator coil, filters, optional economizer, optional heating system, optional roof curb).
3. Maximum static pressure leaving the rooftop is 4.0’’ H20 positive. The static pressure drops from the supply fan to the space cannot exceed 4.0’’ H 20.
4. Minimum motor horsepower is 30 hp.
5. See RT-EB-104 for further details.
10.0
1000 RPM
80 HP
9.0
100 HP
50%
STATIC PRESSURE, Inches w.c.
8.0
900 RPM
60 HP
50 HP
7.0
5.0
40 HP
30 HP
800 RPM
6.0
20 HP
700 RPM
25 HP
4.0
600 RPM
3.0
500 RPM
S_HGC90, D11, D12, D13
Dual 27 X 25 Fans
Entrance Losses
- w ithout Inlet Guide Vanes
60%
- w ithout Evap Coil
- w ithout Filters
- w ithout Return Air Dampers
- w ithout Exhaust
70%
Fan Curve Limits
Total Fan Motor Horsepow er
- Minimum Motor HP = 30
- Maximum Motor HP = 80
80% - Maximum RPM = 970
- Maximum CFM
C90 = 45,000
D11 - D13 = 46,000
90% - Maximum Static Pressure
Leaving the Unit = 4.0" w .c.
2.0
1.0
0.0
0
4000
8000
12000
16000
20000
24000
28000
32000
36000
40000
44000
48000
52000
CFM
Important: Maximum static pressure leaving the rooftop is 4.0” H2O positive. The static pressure drops from fan to the space cannot exceed 4.0” H2O.
50
Performance
Data
90 Tons
Table 51-1 — Supply Fan Performance WITH INLET GUIDE VANES — 90 Ton
Cfm
Std.
Air
27000
28000
29000
30000
31000
32000
33000
34000
35000
36000
37000
38000
39000
40000
41000
42000
43000
44000
45000
0.250
RPM
BHP
321
5.90
330
6.47
339
7.07
348
7.72
357
8.40
366
9.12
375
9.89
384
10.70
394
11.56
403
12.46
412
13.41
422
14.41
431
15.46
441
16.56
450
17.72
460
18.93
469
20.19
479
21.52
488
22.90
0.500
RPM
BHP
358
7.27
366
7.90
374
8.57
383
9.27
391
10.02
400
10.81
408
11.64
417
12.52
426
13.44
434
14.40
443
15.42
452
16.48
461
17.60
470
18.76
479
19.98
488
21.26
497
22.59
506
23.98
515
25.42
0.750
RPM
BHP
389
8.56
397
9.23
405
9.96
413
10.73
421
11.54
429
12.39
437
13.29
446
14.22
454
15.21
462
16.24
471
17.32
479
18.45
488
19.62
496
20.86
505
22.14
514
23.48
522
24.87
531
26.32
540
27.83
Total Static Pressure
1.000
1.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
416
9.67
444
10.86
424
10.48
450
11.58
432
11.31
457
12.41
440
12.16
464
13.34
448
13.02
472
14.33
456
13.90
480
15.36
464
14.85
488
16.41
472
15.85
496
17.48
480
16.90
503
18.57
488
17.99
511
19.68
496
19.13
519
20.89
504
20.32
527
22.14
512
21.57
535
23.44
521
22.86
543
24.80
529
24.21
551
26.21
538
25.61
560
27.67
546
27.07
568
29.19
554
28.58
576
30.77
563
30.16
585
32.41
1.500
RPM
BHP
472
12.25
478
13.03
483
13.81
489
14.63
495
15.53
502
16.56
510
17.69
517
18.89
525
20.13
533
21.38
541
22.66
549
23.96
557
25.28
564
26.68
572
28.15
580
29.68
588
31.26
597
32.90
605
34.60
1.750
RPM
BHP
499
13.62
504
14.41
509
15.28
515
16.20
520
17.11
526
18.04
532
19.04
538
20.17
545
21.42
553
22.78
561
24.20
569
25.65
577
27.12
585
28.61
592
30.12
600
31.66
608
33.27
616
34.97
624
36.74
2.000
RPM
BHP
527
15.24
530
15.96
534
16.76
539
17.67
544
18.67
550
19.72
555
20.76
561
21.81
567
22.94
573
24.18
580
25.56
588
27.07
595
28.65
603
30.29
611
31.96
619
33.65
627
35.36
635
37.09
642
38.86
Cfm
Std.
Air
27000
28000
29000
30000
31000
32000
33000
34000
35000
36000
37000
38000
39000
40000
41000
42000
43000
44000
45000
2.250
RPM
BHP
553
16.94
556
17.70
560
18.47
564
19.30
568
20.23
573
21.28
578
22.42
584
23.59
589
24.77
594
25.95
600
27.20
606
28.58
613
30.10
621
31.77
629
33.53
637
35.36
644
37.22
652
39.11
660
41.02
2.500
RPM
BHP
576
18.56
581
19.44
584
20.29
588
21.14
592
22.02
596
22.98
600
24.05
605
25.25
611
26.53
616
27.84
621
29.15
627
30.46
633
31.86
639
33.38
646
35.06
653
36.89
661
38.83
669
40.85
677
42.91
2.750
RPM
BHP
598
20.13
603
21.10
607
22.07
611
23.02
615
23.95
619
24.90
622
25.90
627
27.01
631
28.24
636
29.60
642
31.03
647
32.47
653
33.90
658
35.36
664
36.91
670
38.59
677
40.45
685
42.46
692
44.59
Total Static Pressure
3.000
3.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
619
21.72
640
23.38
624
22.73
644
24.38
629
23.78
649
25.46
633
24.84
653
26.60
637
25.89
658
27.75
641
26.91
662
28.89
645
27.93
666
30.00
648
28.99
670
31.10
652
30.14
673
32.23
657
31.41
677
33.43
662
32.83
681
34.75
667
34.34
686
36.21
672
35.91
691
37.81
678
37.48
697
39.48
683
39.05
702
41.19
689
40.65
708
42.88
695
42.37
713
44.58
701
44.23
719
46.36
708
46.27
725
48.25
3.500
RPM
BHP
661
25.15
665
26.11
668
27.18
673
28.34
677
29.56
682
30.80
686
32.04
690
33.24
694
34.42
698
35.62
701
36.89
705
38.25
710
39.76
715
41.43
720
43.20
726
45.02
731
46.86
737
48.68
742
50.53
3.750
RPM
BHP
683
27.05
685
27.95
688
28.97
692
30.13
696
31.37
701
32.67
705
33.99
710
35.32
714
36.62
718
37.88
721
39.16
725
40.49
729
41.92
733
43.48
738
45.20
743
47.06
749
49.00
754
50.97
759
52.93
4.000
RPM
BHP
704
29.04
705
29.90
707
30.87
711
31.98
715
33.21
719
34.53
723
35.92
728
37.33
733
38.75
737
40.14
740
41.49
744
42.85
748
44.25
751
45.74
756
47.36
760
49.15
765
51.08
771
53.13
776
55.22
Cfm
Std.
Air
27000
28000
29000
30000
31000
32000
33000
34000
35000
36000
37000
38000
39000
40000
41000
42000
43000
44000
45000
4.250
RPM
BHP
724
31.09
726
31.95
727
32.88
730
33.93
733
35.12
737
36.43
741
37.84
746
39.31
750
40.81
755
42.32
759
43.80
763
45.24
766
46.68
770
48.16
774
49.72
778
51.41
782
53.25
787
55.27
793
57.41
4.500
RPM
BHP
745
33.17
746
34.07
747
34.99
749
35.99
751
37.12
754
38.40
758
39.80
763
41.29
767
42.85
772
44.44
776
46.04
781
47.61
785
49.14
788
50.66
792
52.21
795
53.85
799
55.61
804
57.52
809
59.61
4.750
RPM
BHP
764
35.25
765
36.22
766
37.17
768
38.16
770
39.23
772
40.45
776
41.82
780
43.31
784
44.89
789
46.54
793
48.22
798
49.91
802
51.56
806
53.18
809
54.78
813
56.42
817
58.13
820
59.96
825
61.95
Total Static Pressure
5.000
5.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
783
37.32
802
39.37
785
38.38
803
40.53
786
39.38
804
41.62
787
40.39
805
42.67
788
41.45
806
43.74
790
42.61
808
44.87
793
43.91
810
46.12
796
45.38
813
47.52
800
46.96
817
49.08
805
48.64
821
50.76
809
50.38
825
52.53
814
52.15
830
54.36
818
53.92
834
56.22
823
55.66
839
58.08
827
57.36
843
59.91
830
59.05
847
61.70
834
60.77
851
63.47
837
62.56
854
65.27
841
64.47
858
67.15
5.500
RPM
BHP
820
41.41
821
42.67
822
43.86
823
44.98
824
46.08
826
47.21
827
48.42
830
49.76
833
51.27
836
52.93
841
54.71
845
56.57
850
58.49
854
60.44
859
62.39
863
64.31
867
66.18
870
68.03
874
69.92
5.750
RPM
BHP
837
43.44
839
44.79
840
46.08
841
47.30
842
48.46
843
49.61
845
50.81
846
52.11
849
53.55
852
55.16
856
56.93
860
58.80
865
60.76
869
62.78
874
64.82
879
66.85
883
68.85
886
70.81
890
72.75
6.000
RPM
BHP
854
45.47
856
46.90
857
48.29
859
49.61
860
50.85
861
52.05
862
53.26
863
54.54
865
55.93
868
57.48
871
59.20
875
61.07
880
63.05
884
65.10
889
67.21
893
69.34
898
71.46
902
73.55
906
75.58
(Continued on the following page)
51
Performance
Data
90 Tons
Table 51-1 — Supply Fan Performance WITH INLET GUIDE VANES — 90 Ton (Cont.)
Cfm
Std.
Air
27000
28000
29000
30000
31000
32000
33000
34000
35000
36000
37000
38000
39000
40000
41000
42000
43000
44000
45000
6.250
RPM
BHP
870
47.49
872
49.01
874
50.48
876
51.90
877
53.24
878
54.51
879
55.76
880
57.04
882
58.40
884
59.89
887
61.55
890
63.39
894
65.36
899
67.44
903
69.60
908
71.80
912
74.02
917
76.23
921
78.39
6.500
RPM
BHP
886
49.52
888
51.11
890
52.67
892
54.18
894
55.62
895
56.98
896
58.29
897
59.59
898
60.94
900
62.40
902
63.99
905
65.77
909
67.72
913
69.81
917
71.99
922
74.24
927
76.54
931
78.85
936
81.14
Total Static Pressure
7.000
7.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
917
53.57
932
55.61
920
55.31
935
57.41
922
57.02
937
59.19
924
58.70
939
60.95
926
60.33
941
62.67
927
61.90
943
64.34
928
63.38
944
65.92
929
64.80
945
67.43
930
66.20
946
68.88
931
67.63
947
70.33
933
69.15
948
71.84
935
70.81
950
73.47
938
72.65
952
75.24
941
74.67
955
77.21
945
76.85
959
79.35
950
79.15
6.750
RPM
BHP
902
51.54
904
53.21
906
54.84
908
56.44
910
57.98
911
59.45
912
60.84
913
62.18
914
63.55
915
64.98
917
66.53
920
68.25
923
70.15
927
72.21
931
74.40
936
76.69
940
79.04
945
81.43
950
83.82
7.500
RPM
BHP
947
57.65
949
59.51
952
61.37
954
63.20
956
65.01
958
66.76
959
68.45
961
70.05
962
71.58
963
73.07
964
74.59
965
76.19
967
77.92
970
79.82
7.750
RPM
BHP
961
59.70
964
61.62
966
63.54
969
65.45
1000 RPM
10.0
80 HP
9.5
9.0
8.5
100 HP
50%
900 RPM
8.0
STATIC PRESSURE, Inches w.c.
40% wocfm
Notes:
1. Shaded areas indicate non-standard BHP or RPM selections. Contact your local Trane representive for more information.
2. Supply fan performance table includes internal resistance of rooftop. For total static pressure determination, system external static must be added to appropriate component static pressure
drops, (evaporator coil, filters, optional economizer, optional heating system, optional roof curb).
3. Maximum static pressure leaving the rooftop is 4.0’’ H20 positive. The static pressure drops from the supply fan to the space cannot exceed 4.0’’ H 20.
4. Minimum motor horsepower is 30 hp.
5. See RT-EB-104 for further details.
7.5
60 HP
50 HP
7.0
6.5
800 RPM
40 HP
6.0
5.5
5.0
700 RPM
25 HP
30 HP
4.5
4.0
20 HP
600 RPM
3.5
3.0
2.5
500 RPM
S_HGC90, D11, D12, D13
Dual 27 X 25 Fans
Entrance Losses
- w ith Inlet Guide Vanes
60%
- w ithout Evap Coil
- w ithout Filters
- w ithout Return Air Dampers
- w ithout Exhaust
70% Fan Curve Limits
Total Fan Motor Horsepow er
- Minimum Motor HP = 30
- Maximum Motor HP = 80
- Maximum RPM = 970
80%
- Maximum CFM
C90 = 45,000
D11 - D13 = 46,000
90%
w ocfm Static Pressure
%- Maximum
Leaving the Unit = 4.0" w .c.
2.0
1.5
1.0
0.5
0.0
0
4000
8000
12000 16000
20000
24000
28000
32000
36000 40000
44000
48000
52000
CFM
Important: Maximum static pressure leaving the rooftop is 4.0” H2O positive. The static pressure drops from fan to the space cannot exceed 4.0” H2O.
52
Performance
Data
105, 115, 130 Tons
Table 53-1 — Supply Fan Performance WITH VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE or WITHOUT INLET GUIDE VANES — 105, 115, 130 Ton
Cfm
Std.
Air
31000
32000
33000
34000
35000
36000
37000
38000
39000
40000
41000
42000
43000
44000
45000
46000
0.250
RPM
BHP
323
6.96
331
7.52
338
8.11
346
8.74
354
9.40
361
10.09
369
10.82
377
11.59
384
12.39
392
13.23
400
14.11
408
15.03
416
15.99
424
16.99
432
18.04
440
19.13
0.500
RPM
BHP
365
8.82
372
9.46
379
10.13
386
10.83
393
11.56
400
12.33
407
13.14
415
13.98
422
14.86
429
15.78
436
16.73
444
17.73
451
18.77
459
19.85
466
20.97
474
22.14
0.750
RPM
BHP
400
10.55
407
11.26
413
12.01
420
12.78
427
13.59
434
14.43
440
15.31
447
16.23
454
17.18
461
18.17
468
19.20
475
20.28
482
21.39
489
22.54
497
23.74
504
24.99
Total Static Pressure
1.000
1.250
RPM
BHP
RPM BHP
431
12.21
459 13.77
438
12.99
466 14.69
444
13.80
472 15.59
450
14.64
478 16.48
457
15.52
484 17.39
463
16.44
491 18.37
470
17.39
497 19.39
477
18.37
504 20.45
483
19.40
510 21.54
490
20.47
517 22.68
497
21.57
523 23.85
504
22.71
530 25.07
511
23.90
536 26.33
517
25.13
543 27.63
524
26.40
550 28.98
531
27.72
557 30.37
1.500
RPM
BHP
482
15.03
489
16.00
496
17.06
503
18.15
510
19.25
516
20.33
523
21.40
528
22.46
535
23.63
541
24.83
548
26.08
554
27.36
561
28.69
567
30.06
574
31.48
580
32.94
1.750
RPM
BHP
507
16.67
512
17.51
518
18.44
524
19.51
531
20.69
538
21.94
545
23.22
552
24.50
559
25.77
565
27.02
570
28.25
577
29.60
583
31.00
590
32.44
596
33.92
603
35.46
2.000
RPM
BHP
531
18.42
536
19.34
541
20.24
546
21.18
552
22.22
558
23.39
565
24.70
572
26.10
579
27.56
586
29.03
593
30.48
599
31.92
605
33.34
611
34.76
617
36.32
624
37.92
Cfm
Std.
Air
31000
32000
33000
34000
35000
36000
37000
38000
39000
40000
41000
42000
43000
44000
45000
46000
2.250
RPM
BHP
552
20.01
558
21.05
563
22.10
569
23.13
574
24.15
579
25.21
585
26.36
591
27.66
598
29.11
605
30.66
612
32.28
619
33.93
625
35.58
632
37.20
638
38.81
644
40.41
2.500
RPM
BHP
574
21.61
579
22.68
584
23.80
589
24.96
595
26.13
600
27.27
606
28.41
611
29.59
616
30.87
623
32.31
629
33.91
636
35.62
643
37.41
650
39.24
657
41.07
664
42.89
2.750
RPM
BHP
597
23.25
600
24.35
604
25.49
609
26.70
615
27.96
620
29.24
626
30.52
631
31.77
636
33.02
642
34.33
647
35.76
653
37.35
660
39.11
667
41.00
674
42.96
681
44.97
Total Static Pressure
3.000
3.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
620
24.89
643
26.47
623
26.05
645
27.74
626
27.23
647
28.99
629
28.45
650
30.26
634
29.73
653
31.56
639
31.08
657
32.92
644
32.47
662
34.35
650
33.87
668
35.84
655
35.26
673
37.36
661
36.62
679
38.87
666
37.99
684
40.36
671
39.45
690
41.83
677
41.04
695
43.34
683
42.81
700
44.95
690
44.74
706
46.72
697
46.80
712
48.68
3.500
RPM
BHP
664
28.01
666
29.35
669
30.71
671
32.07
674
33.42
677
34.81
681
36.26
685
37.77
691
39.35
696
40.98
702
42.61
707
44.23
713
45.82
718
47.41
723
49.07
729
50.86
3.750
RPM
BHP
685
29.57
687
30.94
690
32.37
692
33.83
694
35.28
697
36.73
700
38.21
703
39.74
708
41.34
713
43.01
718
44.74
724
46.49
730
48.23
735
49.95
740
51.64
745
53.38
4.000
RPM
BHP
705
31.21
707
32.55
710
34.01
712
35.53
714
37.09
717
38.64
719
40.19
722
41.75
725
43.37
730
45.05
735
46.82
740
48.65
746
50.51
751
52.38
757
54.22
762
56.03
Cfm
Std.
Air
31000
32000
33000
34000
35000
36000
37000
38000
39000
40000
41000
42000
43000
44000
45000
46000
4.250
RPM
BHP
724
32.99
727
34.25
729
35.67
731
37.22
734
38.84
736
40.50
738
42.14
741
43.78
744
45.44
747
47.15
751
48.92
756
50.78
761
52.70
767
54.67
772
56.66
778
58.63
4.500
RPM
BHP
744
34.94
746
36.07
748
37.42
750
38.93
753
40.57
755
42.29
757
44.04
760
45.79
762
47.52
765
49.28
768
51.08
772
52.94
777
54.89
782
56.91
787
58.99
793
61.09
4.750
RPM
BHP
762
37.07
764
38.05
766
39.28
769
40.72
771
42.34
773
44.07
776
45.89
778
47.74
780
49.58
783
51.41
786
53.26
789
55.15
793
57.11
797
59.15
802
61.28
808
63.46
Total Static Pressure
5.000
5.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
781
39.36
799
41.77
782
40.22
800
42.54
784
41.29
802
43.48
787
42.62
804
44.67
789
44.17
806
46.11
791
45.88
809
47.76
794
47.72
811
49.58
796
49.63
813
51.51
798
51.58
816
53.53
801
53.52
818
55.57
803
55.45
820
57.61
806
57.39
823
59.63
809
59.38
826
61.67
813
61.43
829
63.76
817
63.57
832
65.91
822
65.79
837
68.14
5.500
RPM
BHP
816
44.25
818
44.99
820
45.84
821
46.88
824
48.17
826
49.73
828
51.49
830
53.41
833
55.46
835
57.57
838
59.71
840
61.84
842
63.97
845
66.11
848
68.29
852
70.53
5.750
RPM
BHP
834
46.79
835
47.53
837
48.33
838
49.26
840
50.40
842
51.82
845
53.49
847
55.37
849
57.40
852
59.55
854
61.77
857
64.01
859
66.23
861
68.45
864
70.69
867
72.97
6.000
RPM
BHP
851
49.36
852
50.13
854
50.91
855
51.78
857
52.80
859
54.06
861
55.61
863
57.40
866
59.39
868
61.54
870
63.80
873
66.11
875
68.45
878
70.77
880
73.09
883
75.42
(Continued on the following page)
53
105, 115, 130 Tons
Performance
Data
Table 53-1 — Supply Fan Performance WITH VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE or WITHOUT INLET GUIDE VANES — 105, 115, 130 Ton
(Cont.)
Cfm
Std.
Air
31000
32000
33000
34000
35000
36000
37000
38000
39000
40000
41000
42000
43000
44000
45000
46000
6.250
RPM
BHP
867
51.92
869
52.77
870
53.57
872
54.40
873
55.34
875
56.47
877
57.87
879
59.54
882
61.46
884
63.57
886
65.83
889
68.19
891
70.61
894
73.05
896
75.46
898
77.88
6.500
RPM
BHP
884
54.46
885
55.42
886
56.27
888
57.11
889
58.00
891
59.03
893
60.28
895
61.81
897
63.62
900
65.67
902
67.90
904
70.27
907
72.75
909
75.27
912
77.80
914
80.31
6.750
RPM
BHP
900
56.96
901
58.05
902
59.00
904
59.87
905
60.75
907
61.72
909
62.85
911
64.23
913
65.90
915
67.85
917
70.03
920
72.38
922
74.87
925
77.45
927
80.08
929
82.70
Total Static Pressure
7.000
7.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
916
59.43
932
61.88
917
60.66
933
63.24
918
61.73
934
64.44
920
62.67
935
65.48
921
63.56
936
66.42
923
64.50
938
67.36
924
65.55
939
68.36
926
66.80
941
69.51
928
68.32
943
70.89
930
70.14
945
72.56
932
72.23
947
74.54
935
74.54
950
76.77
937
77.02
952
79.22
940
79.63
7.500
RPM
BHP
947
64.30
948
65.79
949
67.12
950
68.29
952
69.31
953
70.27
954
71.26
956
72.34
958
73.61
960
75.13
962
76.96
964
79.09
7.750
RPM
BHP
962
66.71
963
68.31
964
69.78
965
71.08
967
72.21
968
73.23
969
74.22
40% wocfm
Notes:
1. Shaded areas indicate non-standard BHP or RPM selections. Contact your local Trane representive for more information.
2. Supply fan performance table includes internal resistance of rooftop. For total static pressure determination, system external static must be added to appropriate component static
pressure drops, (evaporator coil, filters, optional economizer, optional heating system, optional roof curb).
3. Maximum static pressure leaving the rooftop is 4.0’’ H20 positive. The static pressure drops from the supply fan to the space cannot exceed 4.0’’ H 20.
4. Maximum Cfm as follows: 105 Ton Std. — 44,000 Cfm
105 Hi-Cap., 115, 130 Ton — 46,000 Cfm
5. Minimum motor horsepower is 30 hp.
6. See RT-EB-104 for further details.
10.0
1000 RPM
80 HP
9.0
100 HP
50%
STATIC PRESSURE, Inches w.c.
8.0
900 RPM
60 HP
50 HP
7.0
5.0
40 HP
30 HP
800 RPM
6.0
20 HP
700 RPM
25 HP
4.0
600 RPM
3.0
500 RPM
S_HGC90, D11, D12, D13
Dual 27 X 25 Fans
Entrance Losses
- w ithout Inlet Guide Vanes
60%
- w ithout Evap Coil
- w ithout Filters
- w ithout Return Air Dampers
- w ithout Exhaust
70%
Fan Curve Limits
Total Fan Motor Horsepow er
- Minimum Motor HP = 30
- Maximum Motor HP = 80
80% - Maximum RPM = 970
- Maximum CFM
C90 = 45,000
D11 - D13 = 46,000
90% - Maximum Static Pressure
Leaving the Unit = 4.0" w .c.
2.0
1.0
0.0
0
4000
8000
12000
16000
20000
24000 28000
32000
36000
40000
44000
48000
52000
CFM
Important: Maximum static pressure leaving the rooftop is 4.0” H2O positive. The static pressure drops from fan to the space cannot exceed 4.0” H2O.
54
Performance
Data
105, 115, 130 Tons
Table 55-1 — Supply Fan Performance WITH INLET GUIDE VANES — 105,115,130 Ton
Cfm
Std.
Air
31000
32000
33000
34000
35000
36000
37000
38000
39000
40000
41000
42000
43000
44000
45000
46000
0.250
RPM
BHP
357
8.40
366
9.12
375
9.89
384
10.70
394
11.56
403
12.46
412
13.41
422
14.41
431
15.46
441
16.56
450
17.72
460
18.93
469
20.19
479
21.52
488
22.90
498
24.34
0.500
RPM
BHP
391
10.02
400
10.81
408
11.64
417
12.52
426
13.44
434
14.40
443
15.42
452
16.48
461
17.60
470
18.76
479
19.98
488
21.26
497
22.59
506
23.98
515
25.42
524
26.93
0.750
RPM
BHP
421
11.54
429
12.39
437
13.29
446
14.22
454
15.21
462
16.24
471
17.32
479
18.45
488
19.62
496
20.86
505
22.14
514
23.48
522
24.87
531
26.32
540
27.83
549
29.40
Total Static Pressure
1.000
1.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
448
13.02
472
14.33
456
13.90
480
15.36
464
14.85
488
16.41
472
15.85
496
17.48
480
16.90
503
18.57
488
17.99
511
19.68
496
19.13
519
20.89
504
20.32
527
22.14
512
21.57
535
23.44
521
22.86
543
24.80
529
24.21
551
26.21
538
25.61
560
27.67
546
27.07
568
29.19
554
28.58
576
30.77
563
30.16
585
32.41
572
31.79
593
34.11
1.500
RPM
BHP
495
15.53
502
16.56
510
17.69
517
18.89
525
20.13
533
21.38
541
22.66
549
23.96
557
25.28
564
26.68
572
28.15
580
29.68
588
31.26
597
32.90
605
34.60
613
36.36
1.750
RPM
BHP
520
17.11
526
18.04
532
19.04
538
20.17
545
21.42
553
22.78
561
24.20
569
25.65
577
27.12
585
28.61
592
30.12
600
31.66
608
33.27
616
34.97
624
36.74
632
38.56
2.000
RPM
BHP
544
18.67
550
19.72
555
20.76
561
21.81
567
22.94
573
24.18
580
25.56
588
27.07
595
28.65
603
30.29
611
31.96
619
33.65
627
35.36
635
37.09
642
38.86
650
40.71
Cfm
Std.
Air
31000
32000
33000
34000
35000
36000
37000
38000
39000
40000
41000
42000
43000
44000
45000
46000
2.250
RPM
BHP
568
20.23
573
21.28
578
22.42
584
23.59
589
24.77
594
25.95
600
27.20
606
28.58
613
30.10
621
31.77
629
33.53
637
35.36
644
37.22
652
39.11
660
41.02
668
42.95
2.500
RPM
BHP
592
22.02
596
22.98
600
24.05
605
25.25
611
26.53
616
27.84
621
29.15
627
30.46
633
31.86
639
33.38
646
35.06
653
36.89
661
38.83
669
40.85
677
42.91
685
45.00
2.750
RPM
BHP
615
23.95
619
24.90
622
25.90
627
27.01
631
28.24
636
29.60
642
31.03
647
32.47
653
33.90
658
35.36
664
36.91
670
38.59
677
40.45
685
42.46
692
44.59
700
46.80
Total Static Pressure
3.000
3.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
637
25.89
658
27.75
641
26.91
662
28.89
645
27.93
666
30.00
648
28.99
670
31.10
652
30.14
673
32.23
657
31.41
677
33.43
662
32.83
681
34.75
667
34.34
686
36.21
672
35.91
691
37.81
678
37.48
697
39.48
683
39.05
702
41.19
689
40.65
708
42.88
695
42.37
713
44.58
701
44.23
719
46.36
708
46.27
725
48.25
715
48.47
731
50.31
3.500
RPM
BHP
677
29.56
682
30.80
686
32.04
690
33.24
694
34.42
698
35.62
701
36.89
705
38.25
710
39.76
715
41.43
720
43.20
726
45.02
731
46.86
737
48.68
742
50.53
748
52.48
3.750
RPM
BHP
696
31.37
701
32.67
705
33.99
710
35.32
714
36.62
718
37.88
721
39.16
725
40.49
729
41.92
733
43.48
738
45.20
743
47.06
749
49.00
754
50.97
759
52.93
765
54.88
4.000
RPM
BHP
715
33.21
719
34.53
723
35.92
728
37.33
733
38.75
737
40.14
740
41.49
744
42.85
748
44.25
751
45.74
756
47.36
760
49.15
765
51.08
771
53.13
776
55.22
782
57.32
Cfm
Std.
Air
31000
32000
33000
34000
35000
36000
37000
38000
39000
40000
41000
42000
43000
44000
45000
46000
4.250
RPM
BHP
733
35.12
737
36.43
741
37.84
746
39.31
750
40.81
755
42.32
759
43.80
763
45.24
766
46.68
770
48.16
774
49.72
778
51.41
782
53.25
787
55.27
793
57.41
798
59.62
4.500
RPM
BHP
751
37.12
754
38.40
758
39.80
763
41.29
767
42.85
772
44.44
776
46.04
781
47.61
785
49.14
788
50.66
792
52.21
795
53.85
799
55.61
804
57.52
809
59.61
814
61.84
4.750
RPM
BHP
770
39.23
772
40.45
776
41.82
780
43.31
784
44.89
789
46.54
793
48.22
798
49.91
802
51.56
806
53.18
809
54.78
813
56.42
817
58.13
820
59.96
825
61.95
830
64.11
Total Static Pressure
5.000
5.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
788
41.45
806
43.74
790
42.61
808
44.87
793
43.91
810
46.12
796
45.38
813
47.52
800
46.96
817
49.08
805
48.64
821
50.76
809
50.38
825
52.53
814
52.15
830
54.36
818
53.92
834
56.22
823
55.66
839
58.08
827
57.36
843
59.91
830
59.05
847
61.70
834
60.77
851
63.47
837
62.56
854
65.27
841
64.47
858
67.15
845
66.53
862
69.14
5.500
RPM
BHP
824
46.08
826
47.21
827
48.42
830
49.76
833
51.27
836
52.93
841
54.71
845
56.57
850
58.49
854
60.44
859
62.39
863
64.31
867
66.18
870
68.03
874
69.92
878
71.88
5.750
RPM
BHP
842
48.46
843
49.61
845
50.81
846
52.11
849
53.55
852
55.16
856
56.93
860
58.80
865
60.76
869
62.78
874
64.82
879
66.85
883
68.85
886
70.81
890
72.75
894
74.72
6.000
RPM
BHP
860
50.85
861
52.05
862
53.26
863
54.54
865
55.93
868
57.48
871
59.20
875
61.07
880
63.05
884
65.10
889
67.21
893
69.34
898
71.46
902
73.55
906
75.58
909
77.61
(Continued on the following page)
55
Performance
Data
105, 115, 130 Tons
Table 55-1 — Supply Fan Performance WITH INLET GUIDE VANES — 105,115,130 Ton (Cont.)
Cfm
Std.
Air
31000
32000
33000
34000
35000
36000
37000
38000
39000
40000
41000
42000
43000
44000
45000
46000
6.250
RPM
BHP
877
53.24
878
54.51
879
55.76
880
57.04
882
58.40
884
59.89
887
61.55
890
63.39
894
65.36
899
67.44
903
69.60
908
71.80
912
74.02
917
76.23
921
78.39
925
80.51
6.500
RPM
BHP
894
55.62
895
56.98
896
58.29
897
59.59
898
60.94
900
62.40
902
63.99
905
65.77
909
67.72
913
69.81
917
71.99
922
74.24
927
76.54
931
78.85
936
81.14
940
83.38
Total Static Pressure
7.000
7.250
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
926
60.33
941
62.67
927
61.90
943
64.34
928
63.38
944
65.92
929
64.80
945
67.43
930
66.20
946
68.88
931
67.63
947
70.33
933
69.15
948
71.84
935
70.81
950
73.47
938
72.65
952
75.24
941
74.67
955
77.21
945
76.85
959
79.35
950
79.15
6.750
RPM
BHP
910
57.98
911
59.45
912
60.84
913
62.18
914
63.55
915
64.98
917
66.53
920
68.25
923
70.15
927
72.21
931
74.40
936
76.69
940
79.04
945
81.43
950
83.82
954
86.20
7.500
RPM
BHP
956
65.01
958
66.76
959
68.45
961
70.05
962
71.58
963
73.07
964
74.59
965
76.19
967
77.92
970
79.82
10.0
1000 RPM
9.5
80 HP
9.0
8.5
100 HP
50%
900 RPM
8.0
STATIC PRESSURE, Inches w.c.
40% wocfm
Notes:
1. Shaded areas indicate non-standard BHP or RPM selections. Contact your local Trane representive for more information.
2. Supply fan performance table includes internal resistance of rooftop. For total static pressure determination, system external static must be added to appropriate component static pressure
drops, (evaporator coil, filters, optional economizer, optional heating system, optional roof curb).
3. Maximum static pressure leaving the rooftop is 4.0’’ H20 positive. The static pressure drops from the supply fan to the space cannot exceed 4.0’’ H 20.
4. Maximum Cfm as follows: 105 Ton Std. — 44,000 Cfm
105 Hi-Cap., 115, 130 Ton — 46,000 Cfm
5. Minimum motor horsepower is 30 hp.
6. See RT-EB-104 for further details.
7.5
60 HP
50 HP
7.0
6.5
800 RPM
40 HP
6.0
5.5
5.0
700 RPM
25 HP
30 HP
4.5
4.0
20 HP
600 RPM
3.5
3.0
2.5
500 RPM
S_HGC90, D11, D12, D13
Dual 27 X 25 Fans
Entrance Losses
- w ith Inlet Guide Vanes
60%
- w ithout Evap Coil
- w ithout Filters
- w ithout Return Air Dampers
- w ithout Exhaust
70% Fan Curve Limits
Total Fan Motor Horsepow er
- Minimum Motor HP = 30
- Maximum Motor HP = 80
- Maximum RPM = 970
80%
- Maximum CFM
C90 = 45,000
D11 - D13 = 46,000
- Maximum
Static Pressure
90%
w
ocfm
%
Leaving the Unit = 4.0" w .c.
2.0
1.5
1.0
0.5
0.0
0
4000
8000
12000 16000
20000
24000
28000
32000
36000 40000
44000
48000
52000
CFM
Important: Maximum static pressure leaving the rooftop is 4.0” H2O positive. The static pressure drops from fan to the space cannot exceed 4.0” H2O.
56
Performance
Data
Table 57-1 — Component Static Pressure Drops (in. W.G.)
Evaporator Coil
Cfm
Nominal
Std
Tons
Air
4000
6000
20
8000
9000
10000
12000
5000
6000
7500
25
10000
11000
12500
14000
6000
9000
30
12000
14000
15000
17000
8000
10000
12000
40
16000
17000
20000
22000
10000
14000
50/55
17000
20000
24000
28000
12000
16000
60
20000
24000
28000
30000
12000
16000
20000
22000
70
24000
26000
28000
31000
33000
12000
16000
20000
22000
75
24000
26000
28000
31000
33000
27000
32000
90
37000
42000
45000
31000
35000
105
39000
43000
46000
31000
35000
115/130 39000
43000
46000
Standard
Wet Dry
.09
.07
.17
.14
.28
.22
.34
.27
.41
.32
.54
.43
.08
.07
.12
.09
.17
.14
.28
.22
.34
.26
.41
.32
.49
.38
.09
.07
.17
.14
.28
.22
.36
.28
.40
.32
.49
.39
.09
.07
.13
.10
.17
.14
.28
.22
.31
.24
.40
.32
.47
.37
.10
.08
.17
.14
.24
.19
.31
.25
.42
.34
.54
.44
.12
.09
.19
.15
.28
.21
.37
.29
.46
.37
.50
.41
.13
.10
.21
.16
.29
.23
.34
.27
.39
.31
.44
.35
.49
.39
.58
.46
.63
.50
.22
.18
.36
.29
.52
.42
.61
.49
.70
.57
.80
.64
.90
.73
1.06
.87
1.16
.96
.32
.25
.42
.33
.54
.42
.66
.52
.74
.58
.53
.42
.63
.51
.74
.60
.86
.70
—
—
.78
.76
.98
.78
1.24
.94
1.33 1.10
1.48 1.24
High Capacity
Wet
Dry
.13
.10
.25
.19
.40
.32
.48
.39
.58
.46
.76
.62
.19
.14
.25
.19
.36
.28
.58
.46
.66
.54
.82
.67
.99
.80
.19
.14
.36
.28
.57
.46
.73
.60
.82
.67
.99
.83
.19
.14
.27
.20
.36
.28
.57
.46
.63
.50
.82
.67
.96
.80
.21
.16
.36
.28
.49
.39
.64
.52
.86
.70
1.1
.90
.22
.18
.36
.29
.52
.42
.70
.57
.90
.73
1.0
.82
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
.22
.18
.36
.29
.52
.42
.61
.49
.70
.57
.80
.64
.90
.73
1.06
.87
1.16
.96
.64
.51
.82
.68
1.05
.88
1.30
1.05
1.43
1.20
.78
.76
.98
.78
1.24
.94
1.33
1.10
1.48
1.24
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Heating System
SFHF/G
Low
High
.02
N/A
.05
.05
.09
.09
.12
.12
.14
.15
.20
.22
.03
N/A
—
.05
.08
.08
.14
.15
.17
.18
.22
.23
.28
.29
.05
.05
.11
.12
.20
.21
.26
.29
.30
.33
.39
.42
.09
N/A
—
.11
.20
.15
.34
.26
N/A
.29
N/A
.41
N/A
.50
.12
.10
.26
.20
.39
.29
.58
.41
.73
.58
.99
.79
.10
.08
.18
.14
.27
.21
.40
.30
.48
.33
.62
.38
.10
.08
.18
.14
.27
.21
.33
.25
.40
.30
.47
.32
.54
.33
.60
.40
.65
.46
.10
.08
.18
.14
.27
.21
.33
.25
.40
.30
.47
.32
.54
.33
.60
.40
.65
.46
N/A
.25
N/A
.31
N/A
.39
N/A
.46
N/A
.52
N/A
.28
N/A
.36
N/A
.42
N/A
.45
N/A
.55
N/A
.28
N/A
.36
N/A
.42
N/A
.45
N/A
.55
SEHF/G
All KW’s
.02
.04
.07
.09
.11
.17
.03
—
.06
.11
.13
.18
.21
.04
.09
.16
.22
.25
.35
.07
—
.16
.29
.32
.44
.53
.11
.22
.32
.44
.62
.84
.16
.29
.44
.62
.85
.98
.16
.29
.44
.53
.62
.73
.85
1.04
1.18
.16
.29
.44
.53
.62
.73
.85
1.04
1.18
.13
.16
.23
.29
.32
.17
.21
.26
.30
.34
.17
.21
.26
.30
.34
SLHF/G
Low High
.05
.06
.09
.12
.15
.19
.19
.24
.23
.28
.33
.40
.07
.09
—
—
.14
.17
.23
.28
.29
.33
.33
.42
.41
.53
.09
.12
.19
.24
.31
.39
.40
.51
.45
.57
.58
.73
.09
.11
—
—
.17
.22
.28
.36
.31
.39
.42
.52
.51
.63
.13
.16
.22
.28
.31
.40
.42
.52
.48
.72
.62
.98
.10
.13
.17
.21
.24
.31
.33
.42
.44
.55
.51
.63
.10
.13
.17
.21
.24
.31
.29
.37
.33
.42
.39
.49
.44
.55
.49
.61
.52
.67
.10
.13
.17
.21
.24
.31
.29
.37
.33
.42
.39
.49
.44
.55
.49
.61
.52
.67
.26
.31
.35
.41
.45
.52
.56
.65
.63
.73
.33
.39
.41
.48
.49
.57
.57
.66
.65
.75
.33
.39
.41
.48
.49
.57
.57
.66
.65
.75
Filters
Throwaway Perm Bag Cartridge Std
SSHF/G
Std.
High Wire
And
And
Roof
Low High Fiber Effic. Mesh Prefilter Prefilter Curb
.02
.06
.03
.03
.01
.3
.24
.01
.05
.12
.06
.06
.02
.5
.44
.02
.10
.20
.09
.09
.03
.71
.68
.05
.12
.22
.11
.11
.04
.83
.81
.07
.15
.29
.13
.13
.05
.95
.95
.10
.22
.42
.15
.15
.06
1.19
1.26
.14
.04
.09
.05
.05
.02
.40
.34
.01
—
—
—
—
—
.50
.44
—
.09
.18
.09
.09
.03
.66
.62
.04
.15
.29
.13
.13
.05
.95
.95
.10
.19
.35
.15
.15
.06
1.06
1.11
.12
.24
.42
.19
.19
.08
1.29
1.34
.19
.30
.53
.24
.24
.10
—
—
.24
.05
.12
.04
.04
.01
.34
.26
.02
.12
.22
.07
.07
.02
.54
.48
.07
.22
.41
.11
.11
.04
.75
.75
.16
.30
.50
.14
.14
.06
.95
.95
.25
.33
.52
.16
.16
.07
1.03
1.06
.30
.42
.67
.21
.21
.09
1.20
1.30
.39
.05
.11
.04
.04
.02
.37
.31
.01
—
—
—
—
—
.49
.43
—
.11
.21
.08
.08
.03
.61
.56
.04
.20
.36
.12
.12
.05
.88
.87
.10
.22
.41
.13
.13
.06
.95
.95
.12
.30
.51
.17
.17
.08
1.17
1.22
.19
.36
.62
.21
.21
.10
—
—
.23
.07
.15
.04
.04
.01
.37
.30
.03
.15
.28
.07
.07
.03
.56
.50
.07
.22
.41
.10
.10
.04
.72
.68
.12
.30
.51
.12
.12
.05
.88
.88
.19
.45
.75
.16
.16
.07
1.11
1.17
.30
.61
.99
.20
.20
.10
—
—
.39
.06
.11
.05
.05
.01
.44
.37
.02
.11
.19
.07
.07
.02
.63
.58
.05
.16
.27
.10
.10
.03
.84
.82
.10
.22
.39
.11
.11
.04
1.06
1.08
.16
.32
.50
.17
.17
.06
—
—
.30
.37
.57
.20
.20
.07
—
—
.34
.06
.11
.05
.05
.01
.44
.37
.02
.11
.19
.07
.07
.02
.63
.58
.05
.16
.27
.10
.10
.03
.84
.82
.10
.19
.33
.12
.12
.04
.95
.95
.13
.22
.39
.14
.14
.04
1.06
1.08
.16
.27
.45
.16
.16
.05
1.17
1.23
.23
.32
.50
.17
.17
.06
1.22
1.29
.30
.39
.55
.21
.21
.07
—
—
.37
.44
.60
.24
.24
.08
—
—
.42
.06
.11
.05
.05
.01
.44
.37
.02
.11
.19
.07
.07
.02
.63
.58
.05
.16
.27
.10
.10
.03
.84
.82
.10
.19
.33
.12
.12
.04
.95
.95
.13
.22
.39
.14
.14
.04
1.06
1.08
.16
.27
.45
.16
.16
.05
1.17
1.23
.23
.32
.50
.17
.17
.06
1.22
1.29
.30
.39
.55
.21
.21
.07
—
—
.37
.44
.60
.24
.24
.08
—
—
.42
.22
.32
.11
.13 N/A
.68
.65
—
.30
.43
.14
.16 N/A
.84
.84
.40
.55
.17
.19 N/A 1.02
1.04
.50
.68
.21
.22 N/A 1.19
1.06
.58
.76
.24
.24 N/A
—
—
.29
.40 N/A
.13 N/A
.82
.80
—
.36
.50 N/A
.16 N/A
.96
.96
.44
.60 N/A
.19 N/A 1.09
1.12
.53
.71 N/A
.22 N/A 1.22
1.30
.61
.79 N/A
.24 N/A
—
—
.29
.40 N/A
.13 N/A
.82
.80
—
.36
.50 N/A
.16 N/A
.96
.96
.44
.60 N/A
.19 N/A 1.09
1.12
.53
.71 N/A
.22 N/A 1.22
1.30
.61
.79 N/A
.24 N/A
—
—
Notes:
1. Static pressure drops of accessory components must be added to external static pressure to enter fan selection tables.
2. Gas heat section maximum temperature rise of 60 F.
3. Throwaway filter option limited to 300 ft/min face velocity.
4. Bag filter option limited to 740 ft/min face velocity.
5. Horizontal roof curbs assume 0.50” static pressure drop or double the standard roof curb pressure drop, whichever is greater.
6. No additional pressure loss for model SXHF.
7. 90-130 ton roofcurbs adds no pressure drop.
57
Economizer
With Or
Without
Exhaust Fan
.03
.06
.12
.15
.19
.27
.03
—
.10
.19
.23
.30
.39
.06
.15
.27
.39
.43
.59
.03
—
.07
.09
.11
.17
.20
.05
.08
.11
.17
.23
.30
.07
.10
.16
.23
.30
.34
.07
.10
.16
.20
.23
.26
.30
.36
.40
.07
.10
.16
.20
.23
.26
.30
.36
.40
.20
.31
.41
.52
.63
.22
.32
.44
.54
.64
.22
.32
.44
.54
.64
Performance
Data
Table 58-1 — 20-75 Ton Supply Air Fan Drive Selections
Nominal
Tons
20
25
3 Hp
Drive
RPM
No
600
6
700
7
800
8
900
9
600
700
800
900
6
7
8
9
5 Hp
Drive
RPM
No
700
7
800
8
900
9
1000
A
1100
B
700
7
800
8
900
9
1000
A
1100
B
600
700
800
900
30
6
7
8
9
40
50/55
71/2 Hp
Drive
RPM No
900
9
1000
A
1100
B
1200
C
1300
D
800
8
900
9
1000
A
1100
B
1200
C
1300
D
700
7
800
8
900
9
1000
A
500
5
600
6
700
7
800
8
500
5
600
6
700
7
800
8
60
70/75
10 Hp
Drive
RPM
No
1100
B
1200
C
1300
D
1400
E
15 Hp
Drive
RPM
No
1200
C
1300
D
1400
E
1500
F
20 Hp
Drive
RPM
No
1000
1100
1200
1300
1400
A
B
C
D
E
1200
1300
1400
1500
C
D
E
F
800
900
1000
1100
700
800
900
8
9
A
B
7
8
9
900
1000
1100
1200
800
900
1000
9
A
B
C
8
9
A
1100
1200
1300
B
C
D
900
1000
1100
600
700
800
900
500
600
700
500
600
700
6
7
8
9
3
6
7
5
6
7
700
800
900
1000
600
700
800
600
700
800
7
8
9
A
6
7
8
6
7
8
800
900
1000
1100
700
800
900
700
800
900
Table 58-2 — 90-130 Ton Supply Air Fan Drive Selections
Nominal
Tons
90
105/115/130
30 Hp
Drive
RPM
No
500
5
600
6
700
7
500
600
700
5
6
7
40 Hp
Drive
RPM
No
50 Hp
Drive
RPM
No
60 Hp
Drive
RPM
No
80 Hp
Drive
RPM
No
600
700
800
6
7
8
700
800
900
7
8
9
800
900
8
9
900
9
600
700
800
6
7
8
700
800
900
7
8
9
800
900
8
9
900
9
58
25 Hp
Drive
RPM
No
30 Hp
Drive
RPM
No
9
A
B
1000
1100
A
B
1000
1100
A
B
8
9
A
B
7
8
9
7
8
9
900
1000
1100
9
A
B
1000
1100
A
B
800
900
1000
800
900
1000
8
9
A
8
9
A
900
1000
A
B
900
1000
A
B
40 Hp
Drive
RPM
No
900
1000
1100
900
1000
1100
9
B
B
9
A
B
Performance
Data
Table 59-1 — Modulating 100% Exhaust Fan Performance
Nominal
Tons
20
25
30
40
50
55
60
70/75
Cfm
Std
0.250
Air
RPM
BHP
4000 399
0.38
6000 453
0.74
8000 547
1.59
10000 640
2.79
4000 399
0.38
6000 453
0.74
8000 547
1.59
10000 640
2.79
12000 737
4.44
4000 399
0.38
6000 453
0.74
8000 547
1.59
10000 640
2.79
12000 737
4.44
14000 837
6.67
7500 334
0.75
9000 362
1.09
12000 435
2.19
14000 486
3.22
16000 537
4.55
9000 362
1.09
12000 435
2.19
15000 511
3.85
18000 590
6.21
20000 644
8.26
10000 386
1.40
13000 461
2.67
16000 537
4.55
19000 617
7.19
21500 685
10.08
12000 351
1.49
15000 412
2.68
18000 478
4.41
21000 547
6.75
24000 617
9.83
27000 688
15.11
12000 351
1.49
15000 412
2.68
18000 478
4.41
21000 547
6.75
24000 617
9.83
27000 688
15.11
0.500
RPM
BHP
538
0.75
570
1.17
619
1.81
0.750
RPM
BHP
640
1.08
675
1.65
711
2.48
Negative Static Pressure
1.000
1.250
RPM
BHP RPM
BHP
730
1.45 811
1.87
765
2.22 845
2.78
797
3.01
538
570
619
712
0.75
1.17
1.81
3.25
640
675
711
767
1.08
1.65
2.48
3.48
730
765
797
837
1.45
2.22
3.01
4.26
811
845
876
911
538
570
619
712
806
0.75
1.17
1.81
3.25
5.22
640
675
711
767
860
1.08
1.65
2.48
3.48
5.64
730
765
797
837
905
1.45
2.22
3.01
4.26
5.89
438
449
496
542
592
449
496
567
642
692
463
518
592
667
731
423
460
516
578
644
711
423
460
516
578
644
711
1.21
1.57
2.70
3.86
5.35
1.57
2.70
4.56
7.16
9.35
1.90
3.23
5.35
8.21
11.26
2.09
3.15
4.88
7.36
10.59
15.09
2.09
3.15
4.88
7.36
10.59
15.09
535
536
563
594
636
536
563
614
685
735
540
578
636
710
772
502
521
557
612
672
736
502
521
557
612
672
736
1.77
2.16
3.35
4.47
6.00
2.16
3.35
5.18
7.97
10.33
2.48
3.88
6.00
9.10
12.36
3.00
3.96
5.54
7.92
11.22
15.45
3.00
3.96
5.54
7.92
11.22
15.45
616
618
628
653
683
618
628
667
724
772
618
639
683
747
809
572
585
607
647
702
761
572
585
607
647
702
761
2.35
2.84
4.04
5.25
6.74
2.84
4.04
5.96
8.69
11.17
3.18
4.61
6.74
9.87
13.33
4.02
5.02
6.49
8.71
11.88
16.18
4.02
5.02
6.49
8.71
11.88
16.18
Cfm
Nominal Std
0.250
0.500
Tons
Air
RPM BHP RPM BHP
90-130 28000 516 11.42 551 12.41
30000 550 13.94 579 14.86
32000 583 16.82 609 17.68
34000 617 20.09 640 20.92
36000 650 23.76 672 24.58
38000 684 27.86 704 28.68
40000 718 32.41 737 33.24
0.750
RPM BHP
586 13.70
614 16.25
642 19.12
670 22.30
699 25.86
728 29.87
758 34.36
1.000
RPM BHP
622 15.25
646 17.72
672 20.58
700 23.87
728 27.55
757 31.60
785 36.02
1.500
RPM
BHP
882
2.34
1.750
RPM
BHP
947
2.88
2.000
RPM
BHP
1.87
2.78
3.66
5.04
822
912
947
2.34
3.27
4.40
947
975
2.88
3.77
1017
1036
3.55
4.30
811
845
876
911
956
1.87
2.78
3.66
5.04
6.49
882
912
947
980
2.34 947
3.27 975
4.40 1013
5.70 1045
2.88
3.77
5.18
6.46
1017
1036
1075
1106
3.55
4.30
5.94
7.31
686
689
693
707
735
689
693
720
766
807
691
698
735
785
842
634
646
662
688
732
788
634
646
662
688
732
788
2.98
3.52
4.83
6.04
7.64
3.52
4.83
6.80
9.54
11.97
3.94
5.39
7.64
10.68
14.20
5.07
6.24
7.66
9.77
12.77
17.02
5.07
6.24
7.66
9.77
12.77
17.02
750
753
757
763
783
753
757
771
812
844
755
759
783
827
874
690
702
715
735
766
815
690
702
715
735
766
815
4.34
4.99
6.63
7.86
9.47
4.99
6.63
8.60
11.55
14.00
5.48
8.22
9.47
12.73
16.10
7.04
8.83
10.48
12.46
15.22
18.99
7.04
8.83
10.48
12.46
15.22
18.99
864
867
873
874
880
867
873
876
898
926
869
874
880
911
948
784
801
814
827
846
876
784
801
814
827
846
876
5.06
5.77
8.53
8.89
10.48
5.77
7.53
9.63
12.56
15.13
6.30
8.21
10.48
31.80
17.28
7.91
10.14
12.01
14.03
16.72
20.31
7.91
10.14
12.01
14.03
16.72
20.31
Negative Static Pressure
1.250
1.500
RPM BHP RPM BHP
657 16.71 690 18.16
680 19.45 712 20.93
704 22.34 735 24.12
728 25.53 759 27.51
755 29.19 782 31.11
783 33.33 808 35.14
811 37.91 835 39.71
Notes:
1. Shaded areas indicate non-standard drive selections. These drive selections must be manually factory selected.
2. Refer to General Data Table for minimum and maximum hp’s.
59
1.750
RPM BHP
723 19.90
743 22.54
764 25.67
788 29.30
811 33.21
834 37.30
859 41.74
3.64
4.24
5.71
6.91
8.53
4.24
5.71
7.66
10.54
12.91
4.70
6.26
8.53
11.66
15.08
6.09
7.53
9.01
11.03
13.89
17.92
6.09
7.53
9.01
11.03
13.89
17.92
809
812
817
819
831
812
817
824
856
885
814
818
831
870
910
740
754
766
781
805
844
740
754
766
781
805
844
2.000
RPM BHP
754 21.74
773 24.41
793 27.42
815 30.96
838 35.05
861 39.48
885 44.08
2.250
RPM BHP
785 23.60
803 26.38
822 29.41
842 32.82
864 36.81
887 41.38
910 46.33
2.500
RPM BHP
815 25.45
832 28.36
850 31.50
869 34.93
889 38.77
911 43.23
934 48.32
Performance
Data
Table 60-1 — 20-75 Ton 100% Exhaust Fan Drive Selections
Nominal
Tons
20
11/2 Hp
RPM Drive No
500
5
600
6
700
7
25
30
RPM
600
700
800
900
500
600
700
800
900
500
600
700
800
900
3 Hp
Drive No
6
7
8
9
5
6
7
8
9
5
6
7
8
9
40
50/55
60
70/75
RPM
5 Hp
Drive No
RPM
71/2 Hp
Drive No
RPM
105-130
15 HP
Drive
RPM
No
500
5
600
6
500
5
600
6
20 HP
Drive
RPM
No
600
6
700
7
600
6
700
7
RPM
15 Hp
Drive No
RPM
20 Hp
Drive No
700
800
900
1000
7
8
9
A
700
800
900
1000
7
8
9
A
800
900
1000
1100
8
9
A
B
500
600
700
800
400
500
600
700
400
500
600
400
500
600
5
6
7
8
4
5
6
7
4
5
6
4
5
6
600
700
800
6
7
8
700
800
7
8
600
700
800
6
7
8
700
800
7
8
700
800
900
7
8
9
600
700
6
7
600
700
6
7
700
800
7
8
800
8
600
700
6
7
600
700
6
7
700
800
7
8
800
8
Table 60-2 — 90-130 Ton 100% Exhaust Fan Drive Selections
Nominal
Tons
90
10 Hp
Drive No
25 HP
Drive
RPM
No
700
7
800
8
700
7
800
8
30 HP
Drive
RPM
No
700
7
800
8
700
7
800
8
60
40 HP
RPM
800
Drive
No
8
800
8
Performance
Data
Table 61-1 — 50% Exhaust Fan Performance
Cfm
Std
Air
2000
20/25
3000
4000
5000
6000
2000
3000
30
4000
5000
6000
7000
3000
5000
40
7000
9000
11000
3000
50/55
5000
7000
9000
11000
4000
6000
60
8000
10000
12000
13000
4000
70/75
6000
8000
10000
12000
13000
Nominal
Tons
Nominal
Tons
90-130
0.200
RPM
BHP
364
0.17
435
0.36
529
0.76
623
1.32
722
2.13
364
0.17
435
0.36
529
0.76
623
1.32
722
2.13
824
3.23
288
0.22
372
0.66
472
1.55
578
3.06
688
5.36
288
0.22
372
0.66
472
1.55
578
3.06
688
5.36
271
0.29
339
0.71
425
1.55
517
2.88
612
4.84
659
6.09
271
0.29
339
0.71
425
1.55
517
2.88
612
4.84
659
6.09
0.400
RPM
BHP
487
0.30
522
0.51
592
0.86
687
1.56
779
2.47
487
0.30
522
0.51
592
0.86
687
1.56
779
2.47
874
3.64
393
0.38
430
0.83
522
1.82
621
3.41
725
5.80
393
0.38
430
0.83
522
1.82
621
3.41
725
5.80
364
0.54
391
0.90
460
1.73
543
3.13
633
5.15
679
6.44
364
0.54
391
0.90
460
1.73
543
3.13
633
5.15
679
6.44
Cfm
Std
0.250
0.500
0.750
Air
RPM BHP RPM BHP RPM BHP
12000 452
3.68 495 4.21 536 4.85
14000 516
5.71 551 6.21 586 6.85
16000 583
8.41 609 8.85 643 9.57
18000 650 11.88 672 12.29 699 12.94
20000 718 16.20 737 16.62 758 17.18
Negative Static Pressure (In. W.G.)
0.600
0.800
1.000
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
RPM
BHP
582
0.45
658
0.58
731
0.73
614
0.67
694
0.88
765
1.11
654
1.03
728
1.29
797
1.51
735
1.67
778
1.79
836
2.13
830
2.72
870
2.86
905
2.96
582
0.45
658
0.58
731
0.73
614
0.67
694
0.88
765
1.11
654
1.03
728
1.29
797
1.51
735
1.67
778
1.79
836
2.13
830
2.72
870
2.86
905
2.96
922
4.02
965
4.30
1000
4.48
477
0.55
547
0.74
611
0.94
495
1.05
557
1.29
621
1.57
563
2.04
606
2.29
653
2.59
661
3.76
695
4.06
725
4.34
760
6.24
793
6.66
823
7.06
477
0.55
547
0.74
611
0.94
495
1.05
557
1.29
621
1.57
563
2.04
606
2.29
653
2.59
661
3.76
695
4.06
725
4.34
760
6.24
793
6.66
823
7.06
438
0.82
499
1.07
550
1.30
456
1.22
517
1.60
572
2.01
497
1.96
542
2.30
591
2.72
571
3.34
600
3.59
632
3.94
655
5.43
678
5.68
702
5.95
699
6.76
720
7.04
741
7.31
438
0.82
499
1.07
550
1.30
456
1.22
517
1.60
572
2.01
497
1.96
542
2.30
591
2.72
571
3.34
600
3.59
632
3.94
655
5.43
678
5.68
702
5.95
699
6.76
720
7.04
741
7.31
RPM
797
830
861
896
1.200
BHP
0.90
1.34
1.77
2.45
RPM
856
886
919
953
1.400
BHP
1.08
1.54
2.05
2.72
797
830
861
896
944
1032
668
680
698
758
850
668
680
698
758
850
601
622
639
668
726
0.90
1.34
1.77
2.45
3.16
4.59
1.16
1.87
2.91
4.65
7.42
1.16
1.87
2.91
4.65
7.42
1.56
2.43
3.20
4.37
6.29
856
886
919
953
994
1062
721
732
742
794
875
721
732
742
794
875
651
668
684
707
752
1.08
1.54
2.05
2.72
3.59
4.72
1.39
2.16
3.24
5.01
7.76
1.39
2.16
3.24
5.01
7.76
1.87
2.85
3.73
4.87
6.71
601
622
639
668
726
1.56
2.43
3.20
4.37
6.29
651
668
684
707
752
1.87
2.85
3.73
4.87
6.71
Negative Static Pressure (In. W.G.)
1.000
1.250
1.500
1.750
2.000
RPM BHP RPM BHP RPM BHP RPM BHP RPM BHP
576 5.46 614 6.17 651
6.95 687 7.73 722 8.55
622 7.63 657 8.36 690
9.09 723 9.96 754 10.88
672 10.29 704 11.18 735 12.07 764 12.84 793 13.72
729 13.79 755 14.59 782 15.56 811 16.62 838 17.53
785 18.03 811 18.97 835 19.86 859 20.87 885 22.05
Note:
Shaded areas indicate non-standard drive selections. These drive selections must be manually factory selected.
61
2.250
RPM BHP
759 9.46
785 11.79
822 14.72
864 18.41
910 23.18
2.500
RPM BHP
797 10.45
815 12.72
850 15.76
889 19.39
934 24.17
Performance
Data
Table 62-1 — 50% Exhaust Fan Drive Selections
Nominal
Unit Size
20
25
30
40
50/55
60
70/75
1½ HP
RPM
Drive No
500
5
600
6
700
7
800
8
500
5
600
6
700
7
800
8
3 HP
RPM
700
800
900
Drive No
7
8
9
700
800
900
7
8
9
600
700
800
900
6
7
8
9
RPM
5 HP
Drive No
800
900
1000
8
9
A
500
600
700
500
600
700
400
500
600
400
500
600
5
6
7
5
6
7
4
5
6
4
5
6
RPM
7½ HP
Drive No
700
800
7
8
700
800
7
8
700
7
700
7
RPM
500
600
700
800
500
600
700
800
90
105/115/130
62
15 HP
Drive No
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
®
Electrical
Data
Electrical Service Sizing
Set 2. Rooftop units with Electric Heat
To correctly size electrical service
wiring for your unit, find the appropriate
calculations listed below. Each type of
unit has its own set of calculations for
MCA (Minimum Circuit Ampacity), MOP
(Maximum Overcurrent Protection), and
RDE (Recommended Dual Element
fuse size). Read the load definitions
that follow and then find the
appropriate set of calculations based
on your unit type.
a. Single Source Power (380V, 415V,
460V, and 575V)
Set 1 is for cooling only and cooling
with gas heat units, and set 2 is for
cooling with electric heat units.
Load Definitions
To arrive at the correct MCA, MOP, and
RDE values for these units, you must
perform two sets of calculations. First
calculate the MCA, MOP, and RDE
values as if the unit was in cooling
mode (use the equations given in Set
1). Then calculate the MCA, MOP, and
RDE values as if the unit were in the
heating mode as follows.
(Keep in mind when determining
LOADS that the compressors don’t run
while the unit is in the heating mode).
For units using heaters less than 50 kw.
LOAD1 = CURRENT OF THE
LARGEST MOTOR (COMPRESSOR
OR FAN MOTOR)
MCA = 1.25 x (LOAD1 + LOAD2 +
LOAD4) + (1.25 x LOAD3)
LOAD2 = SUM OF THE CURRENTS
OF ALL REMAINING MOTORS
For units using heaters equal to or
greater than 50 kw.
LOAD3 = CURRENT OF ELECTRIC
HEATERS
MCA = 1.25 x (LOAD1 + LOAD2 +
LOAD4) + LOAD3
LOAD4 = ANY OTHER LOAD RATED
AT 3 AMPS OR MORE
The nameplate MCA value will be the
larger of the cooling mode MCA value
or the heating mode MCA value
calculated above.
Set 1. Cooling Only Rooftop Units and
Cooling with Gas Heat Rooftop Units
MCA = (1.25 x LOAD1) + LOAD2 +
LOAD4
MOP = (2.25 x LOAD1) + LOAD2 +
LOAD4
Select a fuse rating equal to the MOP
value. If the MOP value does not equal
a standard fuse size as listed in NEC
240-6, select the next lower standard
fuse rating. NOTE: If selected MOP is
less than the MCA, then reselect the
lowest standard maximum fuse size
which is equal to or larger than the
MCA, provided the reselected fuse size
does not exceed 800 amps.
RDE = (1.5 x LOAD1) + LOAD2 +
LOAD4
Select a fuse rating equal to the RDE
value. If the RDE value does not equal
a standard fuse size as listed in NEC
240-6, select the next higher standard
fuse rating. NOTE: If the selected RDE
is greater than the selected MOP value,
then reselect the RDE value to equal
the MOP value.
MOP = (2.25 x LOAD1) + LOAD2 +
LOAD3 + LOAD4
The selection MOP value will be the
larger of the cooling mode MOP value
or the heating mode MOP value
calculated above.
Select a fuse rating equal to the MOP
value. If the MOP value does not equal
a standard fuse size as listed in NEC
240-6, select the next lower standard
fuse rating. NOTE: If selected MOP is
less than the MCA, then reselect the
lowest standard maximum fuse size
which is equal to or larger than the
MCA, provided the reselected fuse size
does not exceed 800 amps.
RDE = (1.5 x LOAD1) + LOAD2 +
LOAD3 + LOAD4
The selection RDE value will be the
larger of the cooling mode RDE value
or the heating mode RDE value
calculated above.
Select a fuse rating equal to the RDE
value. If the RDE value does not equal
a standard fuse size as listed in NEC
240-6, select the next higher standard
fuse rating. NOTE: If the selected RDE
is greater than the selected MOP value,
then reselect the RDE value to equal
the MOP value.
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b. Dual Source Power units (200V
and 230V)
These units will have two circuit
values shown on the nameplate. The
first circuit value will be the
refrigeration (cooling mode) values
calculated per Set 1. The second set
of circuit values shown on the
nameplate will be for the electric
heating circuit as follows.
MCA = (1.25 x LOAD3)
MOP = (1.25 x LOAD3)
Select a fuse rating for the electric
heating circuit that’s equal to the MOP
value obtained in the equation above.
If the MOP value does not equal a
standard fuse size as listed in NEC
240-6, select the next lower standard
fuse rating (see note below for
exception).
NOTE: If selected MOP is less than
the MCA obtained in the equation
above, then reselect the lowest
standard maximum fuse size which is
equal to or larger than the MCA,
provided the reselected fuse size
does not exceed 800 amps.
RDE = LOAD3
Select a fuse rating for the electric
heating circuit that’s equal to the RDE
value. If the RDE value does not
equal a standard fuse size as listed in
NEC 240-6, select the next higher
standard fuse rating. NOTE: If the
selected RDE is greater than the
selected MOP value, then reselect
the RDE value to equal the MOP
value.
GENERAL NOTES:
On 20 through 130 ton rooftops, the
selected MOP value is stamped in
the MOP field on the nameplate.
Electrical
Data
Table 64-1 — 20-130 Ton Electrical Service Sizing Data1— Compressor
Nominal
Tons
Number
Per
Unit
Coil Type
20
25
Std and Hi-Cap
Std and Hi-Cap
30
40
50
Std and Hi-Cap
Std and Hi-Cap
Std and Hi-Cap
55
60
70
Std and Hi-Cap
Std and Hi-Cap
Std
75
Std
75
Hi-Cap
90
Std and Hi-Cap
105
115
Std and Hi-Cap
Std
130
Std
2
1
1
2
4
2
2
4
4
2
4
2
4
4
2
4
2
6
4
4
8
Compressor
Standard
High
Capacity Capacity
KW (ea)
KW (ea)
9.8
15.0
9.6
15.4
9.7
14.8
9.5
15.1
14.7
15.9
10.2
16.5
10.6
—
—
15.9
10.6
15.7
16.7
11.3
17.3
10.2
15.5
9.9
15.7
10.1
15.4
9.9
15.9
15.2
—
—
—
—
18.0
12.0
16.4
11.0
16.1
—
—
—
Nominal Voltage
200
RLA1
(ea)
41.9
62.8
41.9
62.8
41.9
62.8
41.9
62.8
62.8
62.8
41.9
62.8
41.9
62.8
41.9
62.8
41.9
62.8
62.8
41.9
—
LRA
(ea)
Compressor
269
409
269
409
269
409
269
409
409
409
269
409
269
409
269
409
269
409
409
269
—
Note:
1. Use this table only for sizing electrical service. DO NOT USE FOR CALCULATING EER.
Table 64-2 — 20-130 Ton Electrical Service Sizing Data — Motors
Nominal Tons
20
25
30
40
50
55
60
70
75
90
105
115
130
8.2
12.3
12.3
16.4
24.6
24.6
24.6
24.6
24.6
32.8
41.0
41.0
49.2
Nominal Voltage
230
460
FLA
FLA
Condenser Fan Motors
8.2
3.6
12.3
5.4
12.3
5.4
16.4
7.2
24.6
10.8
24.6
10.8
24.6
10.8
24.6
10.8
24.6
10.8
32.8
14.4
41.0
18.0
41.0
18.0
49.2
21.6
Motor Hp
3
5
71/2
10
15
20
25
30
40
11.2
15.2
22.3
29.7
44.4
58.7
70.5
86.5
112.0
Supply Fan Motor
8.8
4.4
13.4
6.6
19.6
9.8
26.4
13.2
38.6
19.3
51.0
25.5
61.0
30.5
75.0
37.5
97.0
48.5
3.8
5.3
7.8
10.3
15.4
20.4
24.5
30.0
39.0
Motor Hp
11/2
3
5
71/2
10
15
20
25
30
40
5.0
11.2
15.2
22.3
29.7
44.4
58.7
70.5
86.5
112.0
Exhaust Fan Motor
4.4
2.2
8.8
4.4
13.4
6.6
19.6
9.8
26.4
13.2
38.6
19.3
51.0
25.5
61.0
30.5
75.0
37.5
97.0
48.5
1.8
3.8
5.3
7.8
10.3
15.4
20.4
24.5
30.0
39.0
200
FLA
575
FLA
2.8
4.2
4.2
5.6
8.4
8.4
8.4
8.4
8.4
11.2
14.0
14.0
16.8
230
460
575
RLA1
(ea)
LRA
(ea)
RLA1
(ea)
LRA
(ea)
RLA1
(ea)
LRA
(ea)
41.9
62.8
41.9
62.8
41.9
62.8
41.9
62.8
62.8
62.8
41.9
62.8
41.9
62.8
41.9
62.8
41.9
62.8
62.8
41.9
—
251
376
251
376
251
376
251
376
376
376
251
376
251
376
251
376
251
376
376
251
—
18.2
27.3
18.2
27.3
18.2
27.3
18.2
27.3
27.3
27.3
18.2
27.3
18.2
27.3
18.2
27.3
18.2
27.3
27.3
18.2
27.3
117
178
117
178
117
178
117
178
178
178
117
178
117
178
117
178
117
178
178
117
178
14.6
21.8
14.6
21.8
14.6
21.8
14.6
21.8
21.8
21.8
14.6
21.8
14.6
21.8
14.6
21.8
14.6
21.8
21.8
14.6
21.8
94
143
94
143
94
143
94
143
143
143
94
143
94
143
94
143
94
143
143
94
143
Table 64-3 — 20-130 Ton Electrical Service Sizing Data —
Electric Heat Module (Electric Heat Units Only)
Voltage
Module KW
30
50
70
90
110
130
150
170
190
200
FLA
83.3
138.8
194.3
249.8
305.3
230
FLA
72.2
120.3
168.4
216.5
264.6
Note:
Electric heat FLA are determined at 208, 240, 480 and 600 volts.
Table 64-4 — Voltage Utilization Range
64
Unit Voltage
200/60/3
Voltage
Utilization Range
180-220
230/60/3
380/50/3
207-253
342-418
415/50/3
460/60/3
575/60/3
373-457
414-506
517-633
460
FLA
36.1
60.1
84.2
108.3
132.3
156.4
180.4
204.5
228.5
575
FLA
28.9
48.1
67.4
86.6
105.9
125.1
144.3
163.6
182.8
®
VAV Units Only
Sequence Of Operation
NOTE: When noted in this sequence
“Human Interface Panel,” the reference
is to both the unit mounted and remote
mounted Human Interface Panel. All
setpoint adjustments can be
accomplished at the unit or Remote
Human Interface Panel.
1
Supply Air Pressure Control
• Inlet Guide Vanes Control
Inlet guide vanes are driven by a
modulating 0-10 vdc signal from the
Rooftop Module (RTM). A pressure
transducer measures duct static
pressure, and the inlet guide vanes are
modulated to maintain the supply air
static pressure within an adjustable
user-defined range. The range is
determined by the supply air pressure
setpoint and supply air pressure
deadband, which are set through the
Human Interface Panel.
Inlet guide vane assemblies installed
on the supply fan inlets regulate fan
capacity and limit horsepower at lower
system air requirements. When in any
position other than full open, the vanes
pre-spin intake air in the same direction
as supply fan rotation. As the vanes
approach the full-closed position, the
amount of “spin” induced by the vanes
increases at the same time that intake
airflow and fan horsepower diminish.
The inlet guide vanes will close when
the supply fan is shut down, except
during night setback.
• Variable Frequency Drive (VFD)
Control
Variable frequency drives are driven by
a modulating 0-10 vdc signal from the
Rooftop Module (RTM). A pressure
transducer measures duct static
pressure, and the VFD is modulated to
maintain the supply air static pressure
within an adjustable user-defined
range. The range is determined by the
supply air pressure setpoint and supply
air pressure deadband, which are set
through the Human Interface Panel.
Variable frequency drives provide
supply fan motor speed modulation.
The drive will accelerate or decelerate
as required to maintain the supply
static pressure setpoint. When
subjected to high ambient return
conditions the VFD shall reduce its
output frequency to maintain operation.
Bypass control is offered to provide full
nominal airflow in the event of drive
failure.
Controls
• Supply Air Static Pressure Limit
The opening of the inlet guide vanes
and VAV boxes are coordinated during
unit start up and transition to/from
Occupied/Unoccupied modes to
prevent overpressurization of the
supply air ductwork. However, if for any
reason the supply air pressure exceeds
the user-defined supply air static
pressure limit that was set at the
Human Interface Panel, the supply fan/
VFD is shut down and the inlet guide
vanes (if included) are closed. The unit
is then allowed to restart three times. If
the overpressurization condition occurs
on the third time, the unit is shut down
and a manual reset diagnostic is set
and displayed at the Human Interface
Panel.
2
Supply Air Temperature Controls
• Cooling/Economizer
During Occupied cooling mode of
operation, the economizer (if available)
and mechanical cooling are used to
control the supply air temperature. The
supply air temperature setpoint and
deadband are user-defined at the
Human Interface Panel. If the enthalpy
of the outside air is appropriate to use
“free cooling,” the economizer will be
used first to attempt to satisfy the supply
air setpoint; then if required the
mechanical cooling will be staged on to
maintain supply air temperature
setpoint. Minimum On/Off timing of
the mechanical cooling prevents
rapid cycling.
On units with economizer, a call for
cooling will modulate the fresh air
dampers open. The rate of economizer
modulation is based on deviation of the
discharge temperature from setpoint,
i.e., the further away from setpoint, the
faster the fresh air damper will open.
First stage of cooling will be allowed to
start after the economizer reaches
full open.
Note that the economizer is only
allowed to function freely if ambient
conditions are below the enthalpy
control setting or below the return air
enthalpy if unit has comparative
enthalpy installed. If outside air is not
suitable for “economizing,” the fresh air
dampers drive to the minimum open
position. A field adjustable, factory
default setting in the Human Interface
Panel or Tracer® or a remote
potentiometer can provide the input to
establish the minimum damper
position.
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Variable Air
Volume
At outdoor air conditions above the
enthalpy control setting, mechanical
cooling only is used and the fresh air
dampers remain at minimum position.
If the unit does not include an
economizer, mechanical cooling only
is used to satisfy cooling
requirements. Outdoor air dampers
may be set manually for a maximum
of 25 percent outdoor air, if rooftop is
equipped with 0 to 25 percent
manual fresh air damper.
• Heating: Hot Water or Steam
On units with hot water or steam
heating, the supply air temperature
can be controlled to a heating set
point during the Occupied mode. The
supply air temperature heating set
point and deadband are user-defined
at the Human Interface Panel. VAV
Occupied heating on hot water and
steam heat units is enabled by
closing a field-supplied switch or
contacts connected to an changeover
input on the RTM.
• Heating: Modulating Gas
Upon a call for heating, the UCM
closes the heating contacts,
beginning the firing sequence. First,
the heat exchanger combustion
blower begins operation. Upon
positive proving of combustion
airflow, a pre-purge cycle is executed.
Then the ignition sequence takes
place.
If ignition is not proven, the ignition
transformer is de-energized. After a
time delay, another pre-purge cycle
takes place, followed by another
attempt to ignite. If ignition fails a
second time, the heating section will
be shut down and locked out until
manually reset at the unit mounted
Human Interface Panel.
As additional heat is required, the air
damper opens, increasing the firing
rate.
During heating operation, an
electronic flame safety control
provides continuous flame
supervision. If combustion should
become unstable for any reason,
heating will automatically shut down.
After one minute, another 60 second
pre-purge and ignition cycle begins.
As the heating requirement is
satisfied, the UCM will reduce the
combustion air and the firing rate will
lower to maintain the desired outlet
temperature. When the requirement
is fully satisfied, the heating contacts
are opened, de-energizing the heat.
The specific sequence of operation of
the gas heat will depend on the size of
the heat exchanger.
• Supply Air Setpoint Reset
Supply air reset can be used to adjust
the supply air temperature setpoint on
the basis of a zone temperature or on
outdoor air temperature. Supply air
reset adjustment is available from the
Human Interface Panel for supply air
heating and supply air cooling control.
A
reset based on outdoor air temperature
Outdoor air cooling reset is sometimes
used in applications where the outdoor
temperature has a large effect on
building load. When the outside air
temperature is low and the building
cooling load is low, the supply air
setpoint can be raised, thereby
preventing subcooling of critical zones.
This reset can lower usage of
mechanical cooling, thus savings in
compressor KW, but a increase in
supply fan KW may occur.
Outdoor air heating reset is the inverse
of cooling, with the same principles
applied.
For both outdoor air cooling reset and
heating reset, there are three user
defined parameters that are adjustable
through the Human Interface Panel.
- beginning reset temperature
- ending reset temperature
- maximum amount of temperature
reset
B
reset based on zone temperature
Zone reset is applied to the zone(s) in a
building that tend to overcool or
overheat. The supply air temperature
setpoint is adjusted based on the
temperature of the critical zone(s). This
can have the effect of improving
comfort and/or lowering energy usage.
The user-defined parameters are the
same as for outdoor air reset.
• Supply Air Tempering
Hot water, steam, and modulating gas
units only — When supply air
temperature falls below the supply air
temperature deadband low end, the
heating valve is modulated open to
maintain the set minimum supply air
temperature.
3
Zone Temperature Control
• Unoccupied Zone Heating and
Cooling
During Unoccupied mode, the unit is
operated as a CV unit. Inlet guide
Controls
Constant
Volume
vanes and VAV boxes are driven full
open. The unit controls zone
temperature within the Unoccupied
zone cooling and heating (heating
units only) deadbands.
Note that the economizer is only
allowed to function freely if ambient
conditions are below the enthalpy
control setting or below the return air
enthalpy if unit has comparative
enthalpy. If outside air is not suitable for
“economizing,” the fresh air dampers
drive to the minimum open position. A
field adjustable, factory default setting
in the Human Interface Panel or
Tracer® or a remote potentiometer can
provide the input to establish the
minimum damper position.
• Daytime warm-up
This feature is available on all types of
heating units. During Occupied mode, if
the zone temperature falls to a preset,
user-defined zone low limit
temperature setpoint the unit is put into
Unoccupied mode and Daytime Warmup is initiated. The system changes
over to CV heating (full unit airflow), the
VAV boxes are fully opened and full
heating capacity is provided until the
Daytime Warm-up setpoint is reached.
The unit is then returned to normal
Occupied mode.
4
Outdoor Air CFM Compensation
The purpose of this feature is to
modulate the minimum position of the
economizer to compensate for varying
unit airflows in VAV units, thereby
minimizing the large variation of
outdoor air CFM that can occur. The
feature allows the user to set (calibrate)
the economizer minimum position with
inlet guide vanes (or VFD) at 0 percent
and at 100 percent. On units with inlet
guide vanes (or VFD) and economizer,
the minimum position of the
economizer is modulated based on
inlet guide vane position (or VFD
speed).
CV Units Only
Sequence Of Operation
1
Occupied Zone Temperature Control
• Cooling/Economizer
During Occupied cooling mode, the
economizer (if provided) and
mechanical cooling are used to control
zone temperature. If the enthalpy of
outside air is appropriate to use “free
cooling”, the economizer will be used
first to attempt to satisfy the cooling
zone temperature setpoint; then the
compressors will be staged up as
necessary. Minimum on/off timing of
compressors prevents rapid cycling.
On units with economizer, a call for
cooling will modulate the fresh air
dampers open. The rate of economizer
modulation is based on deviation of the
zone temperature from setpoint, i.e., the
further away from setpoint, the faster
the fresh air damper will open. First
stage of cooling will be allowed to start
after the economizer reaches full open.
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At outdoor air temperatures above the
enthalpy control setting, mechanical
cooling only is used and the outdoor air
dampers remain at minimum position.
If the unit does not include an
economizer, mechanical cooling only is
used to satisfy cooling requirements.
Outdoor air dampers may be set
manually for a maximum of 25 percent
outdoor air, if rooftop is equipped with 0
to 25 percent manual fresh air damper.
A
Heating
• Gas Heating - Two-Stage
Upon a call for heating, the UCM
closes the first stage heating contacts
beginning the firing sequence. First, the
heat exchanger combustion blower
begins operation. Upon positive
proving of combustion airflow, a prepurge cycle is executed. Then the
ignition sequence takes place.
If ignition is not proven, the ignition
transformer is de-energized. After a
time delay another pre-purge cycle
takes place followed by another
attempt to ignite. If ignition fails a
second time, the cycle repeats on 235
and 350 MBh modules. 500, 850 and
1000 MBh modules, the heating
section will be shut down and locked
out until manually reset at the unit
mounted Human Interface Panel.
As additional heat is required, the UCM
will close the second stage heating
contacts and depending on heat
module size, will open either the
second stage of the gas valve, or a
second stage gas valve.
During heating operation, an electronic
flame safety control provides
continuous flame supervision. If
combustion should become unstable
for any reason, heating will
automatically shut down. After one
minute, another 60 second pre-purge
and ignition cycle begins.
As the heating requirement is satisfied,
the UCM will open the second stage
Controls
heating relay, de-energizing the second
stage of heat. When the requirement is
fully satisfied, the first stage contacts are
opened, de-energizing the first stage of
heat. The specific sequence of operation
of the gas heat will depend on the size of
the heat exchanger.
• Gas Heating: Modulating Gas
Upon a call for heating, the UCM
closes the heating contacts, beginning
the firing sequence. First, the heat
exchanger combustion blower begins
operation. Upon positive proving of
combustion airflow, a pre-purge cycle is
executed. Then the ignition sequence
takes place.
If ignition is not proven, the ignition
transformer is de-energized. After a
time delay, another pre-purge cycle
takes place, followed by another
attempt to ignite. If ignition fails a
second time, the heating section will be
shut down and locked out until
manually reset at the unit mounted
Human Interface Panel.
As additional heat is required, the air
damper opens, increasing the firing
rate.
During heating operation, an electronic
flame safety control provides
continuous flame supervision. If
combustion should become unstable
for any reason, heating will
automatically shut down. After one
minute, another 60 second pre-purge
and ignition cycle begins.
As the heating requirement is satisfied,
the UCM will reduce the combustion
air, and the firing rate will lower to
maintain the desired outlet
temperature. When the requirement is
fully satisfied, the heating contacts are
opened, de-energizing the heat. The
specific sequence of operation of the
gas heat will depend on the size of the
heat exchanger.
• Electric Heating
The three stages of electric heat will be
sequenced on the zone demand signal
from the zone sensor. The signal is sent
to the UCM and the stages are
sequenced based on load demand.
• Hot Water or Steam Heating
Upon a call for heat, the UCM will send
a varying voltage signal to the valve
actuator. The valve will modulate to
meet building demand as indicated by
the voltage signal. When heating is
satisfied, the valve will modulate closed.
A temperature sensor is located on the
coldest section of the coil. When it
senses an impending freeze condition, a
signal is sent to the hydronic valve to
drive it full open. If the supply fan is on,
or if the outside air damper is open when
this freezing condition is sensed, the
supply fan is turned off and the outside
air damper is closed.
B
Supply Air Tempering
For gas and electric heat units in the
Heat mode but not actively heating, if
the supply air temperature drops to
10 F below the Occupied zone heating
temperature setpoint, one stage of heat
will be brought on to maintain a
minimum supply air temperature. The
heat stage is dropped if the supply air
temperature rises to 10 F above the
Occupied zone heating temperature
setpoint.
C
Auto Changeover
When the System Mode is “Auto,” the
mode will change to cooling or heating
as necessary to satisfy the zone
cooling and heating setpoints. The
zone cooling and heating setpoints can
be as close as 2 F apart.
2
Unoccupied Zone Temperature Control
• Cooling and Heating
Both cooling or heating modes can be
selected to maintain Unoccupied zone
temperature deadbands. For
Unoccupied periods, heating,
economizer operation or compressor
operation can be selectively locked out
at the Human Interface Panels.
Control Sequences of
Operation That Are Common
to Both VAV and CV Units
1
Space Pressure Control — Statitrac™
A pressure transducer is used to
measure and report direct space
(building) static pressure. The userdefined control parameters used in this
control scheme are space static
pressure setpoint and deadband. As
the economizer opens, the building
pressure rises and enables the
exhaust fan and dampers or exhaust
VFD. The exhaust dampers or VFD then
modulate to maintain space pressure
within the deadband.
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2
Morning Warm-up
This feature is available on all types of
factory-installed heat units and on units
with no heat, this function may still be
selected to support systems with heat
sources not provided by the rooftop
unit. At the conclusion of Unoccupied
mode, while the economizer (if
supplied) is kept closed, the selected
zone is heated to the user-defined
Morning Warm-up setpoint. The unit is
then released to Occupied mode. There
are two types of Morning Warm-up: full
capacity or cycling capacity.
A
Full Capacity Morning Warm-up (MWU)
Full capacity Morning Warm-up uses
full heating capacity, and heats the
zone up as quickly as possible. Full
heating capacity is provided until the
Morning Warm-up setpoint is met. At
this point, the unit is released to
Daytime mode.
B
Cycling Capacity Morning Warm-up
(MWU)
Cycling capacity Morning Warm-up
provides a more gradual heating of the
zone. Normal zone temperature control
with varying capacity is used to raise
the zone temperature to the MWU zone
temperature setpoint. This method of
warm-up is used to overcome the
“building sink” effect. Cycling capacity
MWU will operate until MWU setpoint is
reached or for 60 minutes, then the unit
switches to Occupied mode.
NOTE: When using the Morning
Warmup option in a VAV heating/
cooling rooftop, airflow must be
maintained through the rooftop unit.
This can be accomplished by
electrically tying the VAV boxes to the
unoccupied output relay contacts on
the Rooftop Module (RTM) or by using
changeover thermostats. Either of these
methods will assure adequate airflow
through the unit and satisfactory
heating of the building.
3
Ventilation Override (VOM)
The user can customize up to five (5)
different override sequences for
purposes of ventilation override control.
If more than one VOM sequence is
being requested, the sequence with the
highest priority is initiated first. Priority
schedule is that sequence “A” (unit off)
is first, with sequence “E” (purge with
duct pressure control) last.
Controls
UNIT OFF sequence “A”
When complete system shut down is
required the following sequence could
be used.
- Supply fan - Off.
- Supply fan VFD - Off (0 Hz) (if
equipped)
- Inlet guide vanes - Closed
(if equipped).
- Exhaust fan - Off, exhaust dampers Closed (if equipped).
- Exhaust fan VFD - Off (0 Hz) (if
equipped)
- Outside air dampers - Closed.
- Heat - all stages - Off, Modulating heat
output at 0 vdc.
- Occupied/Unoccupied output Deenergized
- VO relay - Energized
PRESSURIZE sequence “B”
Perhaps a positively pressurized space
is desired instead of a negatively
pressurized space. In this case, the
supply fan should be turned on with
inlet guide vanes open and the exhaust
fan should be turned off.
- Supply fan - On.
- Supply fan VFD - On (60 Hz) (if
equipped)
- Inlet guide vanes/VAV boxes - Open
(if equipped).
- Exhaust fan - Off, exhaust dampers Closed (if equipped).
- Exhaust fan VFD - Off (0 Hz) (if
equipped)
- Outside air dampers - Open.
- Heat - all stages - Off, Modulating
heat output at 0 vdc.
- Occupied/Unoccupied output Energized
- VO relay - Energized
EXHAUST sequence “C”
With only the exhaust fans running
(supply fan off), the space that is
conditioned by that rooftop would
become negatively pressurized. This is
desirable for clearing the area of
smoke from the now-extinguished fire,
possibly keeping smoke out of areas
that were not damaged.
- Supply fan - Off.
- Supply fan VFD - Off (0 Hz) (if
equipped)
- Inlet guide vanes - Closed
(if equipped).
- Exhaust fan - On, exhaust dampers Open (if equipped).
- Exhaust fan VFD - On (60 Hz) (if
equipped)
- Outside air dampers - Closed.
- Heat - all stages - Off, Modulating heat
output at 0 vdc.
- Occupied/Unoccupied output Deenergized
- VO relay - Energized
PURGE sequence “D”
Possibly this sequence could be used
for purging the air out of a building
before coming out of Unoccupied
mode of operation on VAV units or
when the purging of smoke or stale air
is required after a fire.
- Supply fan - On.
- Supply fan VFD - On (60 Hz) (if
equipped)
- Inlet guide vanes/VAV boxes - Open
(if equipped).
- Exhaust fan - On, exhaust dampers Open (if equipped).
- Exhaust fan VFD - On (60 Hz) (if
equipped)
- Outside air dampers - Open.
- Heat - all stages - Off, Modulating heat
output at 0 vdc.
- Occupied/Unoccupied output Energized
- VO relay - Energized
PURGE with duct pressure control
“E”
This sequence can be used when
supply air control is required for smoke
control.
- Supply fan - On.
- Supply fan VFD - On (if equipped)
- Inlet guide vanes/VFD controlled by
supply air pressure control function
with supply air pressure high limit
disabled.
- Exhaust fan - On, exhaust dampers Open (if equipped).
- Exhaust fan VFD - On (60 Hz) (if
equipped)
- Outside air dampers - Open.
- Heat - all stages - Off, Modulating heat
output at 0 vdc.
- Occupied/Unoccupied output Energized
- VO relay - Energized
Note: Each system (cooling, exhaust,
supply air, etc.) within the unit can be
redefined in the field for each of the five
sequences, if required. Also the
definitions of any or all of the (5) five
sequences may be locked into the
software by simple key strokes at the
Human Interface Panel.
4
Human Interface Panel (H.I.)
The Human Interface (HI) Panel
provides a 2 line X 40 character clear
English liquid crystal display and a 16
button keypad for monitoring, setting,
editing and controlling. The Human
Interface Panel is mounted in the unit’s
main control panel and is accessible
through a hatch built into the unit’s
control panel door.
The optional remote-mount version of
the Human Interface (RHI) Panel has
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all the functions of the unit-mount version
except Service Mode. To use a RHI the
unit must be equipped with an optional
InterProcessor Communications Bridge
(IPCB). The RHI can be located up to
1,000 feet from the unit. A single RHI can
be used to monitor and control up to 4
rooftops, each containing an IPCB.
•
•
•
•
•
•
The Main Menus of the Human
Interface panels are:
STATUS — used to monitor all
temperatures, pressures, humidities,
setpoints, input and output status. The
CUSTOM key allows the user to
customize a status report—consisting
of up to (4) screens of the data
available in the main Status menu.
SET POINTS — used to edit all factory
preset Default setpoints
DIAGNOSTICS — used to review active
and historical lists of diagnostic
conditions. A total of 49 different
diagnostics can be read at the Human
Interface Panel and the last 20
diagnostics can be held in a active
history buffer log at the Human
Interface Panel.
SETUP — Control parameters, sensor
selections, setpoint source selections,
output definitions, and numerous other
points can be edited in this menu. All
points have factory preset values so
unnecessary editing is kept to a
minimum.
CONFIGURATION — Preset with the
proper configuration for the unit as it
ships from the factory, this information
would be edited only if certain features
were physically added or deleted from
the unit. For example, if a field supplied
Trane Communication Interface (TCI)
module or Ventilation Override Module
was added to the unit in the field, the
unit configuration would need to be
edited to reflect that feature.
SERVICE — used to selectively control
outputs (for compressors, fans, damper
position, etc.) for servicing or
troubleshooting the unit. This menu is
accessible only at the unit-mounted
Human Interface Panel.
5
Generic Building Automation System
Module (GBAS)
The Generic Building Automation
System Module (GBAS) is used to
provide broad control capabilities for
building automation systems other than
the Trane’s Tracer® system. A field
provided potentiometer or a 0-5 vdc
signal can be applied to any of the
inputs of the GBAS to provide:
Controls
function that provides communication to
the rooftop unit through a 2-wire
communications link. The desired
transition times are programmed at the
night setback sensor and
communicated to the rooftop.
a.
Analog Inputs — 4 Analog inputs that
can be configured to be any of the
following:
(1) Occupied Zone Cooling
(2) Unoccupied Zone Cooling
(3) Occupied Zone Heating
(4) Unoccupied Zone Heating
(5) SA Cooling Setpoint
(6) SA Heating Setpoint
(7) Space Static Pressure Setpoint
(8) SA Static Pressure Setpoint
Night setback (unoccupied mode) is
operated through the time clock
provided in the sensors with night
setback. When the time clock switches to
night setback operation, the outdoor air
dampers close and heating/cooling can
be enabled or disabled depending on setup parameters. As the building load
changes, the night setback sensor
energizes the rooftop heating/cooling
(if enabled) function and the evaporator
fan. The rooftop unit will cycle through
the evening as heating/cooling (if
enabled) is required in the space.
When the time clock switches from
night setback to occupied mode, all
heating/cooling functions begin normal
operation.
b.
Binary Outputs — each of the five (5)
relay outputs can be mapped to any/all
of the available diagnostics.
c.
Demand Limiting Binary Input — This
function is operational on units with a
GBAS and is used to reduce electrical
consumption at peak load times. There
are two types of demand limiting, 50%
and 100%. When demand limiting is
needed, mechanical cooling and
heating operation are either partially
(50%), or completely disabled (100%),
in order to save energy. The definition
of Demand Limit is user definable at
the Human Interface Panel. Demand
Limit binary input accepts a field
supplied switch or contact closure.
When the need for demand limiting has
been discontinued, the unit’s cooling/
heating functions will again become
fully enabled.
6
Evaporator Coil Frost Protection —
FROSTAT™
A temperature sensor on the
evaporator is used to determine if the
coil is getting close to a freezing
condition. Mechanical cooling capacity
is shed as necessary to prevent icing.
The FROSTAT™ system eliminates the
need for hot gas bypass and adds a
suction line surface temperature sensor
near the TXV bulb location to shut the
cooling off when coil frosting conditions
occur. The supply fans are not shut off
and will de-ice the coil. Timers prevent
the compressors from rapid cycling.
7
Occupied/Unoccupied Switching
•
a.
Description — 3 ways to switch
Occupied/Unoccupied:
(1) NSB Panel
(2) Field-supplied contact closure
(hardwired binary input to RTM)
(3) TRACER
Night Setback Sensors
Trane’s night setback sensors are
programmable with a time clock
•
•
When using the night setback options
with a VAV heating/cooling rooftop,
airflow must be maintained through the
rooftop unit. This can be accomplished
by electrically tying the VAV boxes to
the Unoccupied output relay contacts
on the Rooftop Module (RTM) or by
using changeover thermostats. Either of
these methods will assure adequate
airflow through the unit and satisfactory
temperature control of the building.
Occupied/Unoccupied input on the
RTM
This input accepts a field supplied
switch or contacts closure such as a
time clock.
Trane Tracer® System
The Trane Tracer System can control
the Occupied/Unoccupied status of
the rooftop.
8
Timed Override Activation — ICS
This function is operational when the
RTM is the zone temperature sensor
source, which was set up at the Human
Interface Panel. When this function is
initiated by the push of a override
button on the ICS sensor, the Tracer will
switch the unit to the Occupied mode.
Unit operation (Occupied mode) during
timed override is terminated by a signal
from Tracer.
Timed Override Activation —
Non-ICS
This function is active whenever the
RTM is selected as the Zone
Temperature Sensor source, which
was set up at the Human Interface
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Panel. When this function is initiated by
the push of an override button on the
zone sensor, the unit will switch to the
Occupied mode. Automatic
Cancellation of the Timed Override
Mode occurs after three hours of
operation.
9
Low Ambient Compressor Lockout
This function will lock out the
compressor if the outdoor air
temperature is below the low ambient
compressor lock out temperature set
point. The factory setpoint is 50 F on
standard units and 0 F on low ambient
units. This setpoint is adjustable at the
Human Interface Panel. Compressors
will be locked out when outdoor air
temperatures falls below that selected
temperature and will be allowed to start
again when the temperature rises 5 F
above the setpoint.
10
Comparative Enthalpy Control of
Economizer
An optional Comparative Enthalpy
system is used to control the operation
of the economizer, and measures the
temperature and humidity of both return
air and outside air to determine which
source has lower enthalpy. This system
allows true comparison of outdoor air
and return air enthalpy by
measurement of outdoor air and return
air temperatures and humidities.
Note: If Comparative Enthalpy is not
ordered, the standard method is to
compare outdoor air enthalpy with a
fixed reference enthalpy. The reference
enthalpy is set through the Human
Interface Panel.
11
Compressor Lead/Lag
Compressor lead/lag is a userselectable feature through the Human
Interface Panel available on all units.
After each request for compressor
operation, the lead refrigeration circuit
or compressor on 20-30 ton units
switches, thereby causing a more
equitable or balanced run time
among compressors.
12
Emergency Stop Input
A binary input is provided on the
Rooftop Module (RTM) for installation
of field provided switch or contacts for
immediate shutdown of all unit
functions.
Dimensional
Data
20-75 Tons
Figure 70-1 — 20-75 Ton Cooling Only Unit Dimensions — SAHF
DETAIL “A” COVERS 20, 25, 30, 50 AND 55 TON UNITS
DETAIL “B” COVERS 40, 60, 70 AND 75 TON UNITS
Table 70-1 — Cooling Only Unit Dimensions (Ft. In.) — SAHF
Nominal
Tons
H
L
W
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
J
K
M
N
P
Q
R
S
U
20 & 25
5-815/16
21-93/4
7-61/2
6-43/16
5-31/8
0-91/2
1-35/8
1-79/16
1-31/2
2-21/2
14-01/4
12-6
7-0
6-615/16
3-95/16
3-43/8
5-7
0-113/4
7-91/2
30
6-27/16
21-93/4
7-61/2
6-911/16
5-85/8
0-91/2
1-35/8
1-79/16
1-31/2
2-21/2
14-01/4
12-6
7-0
6-615/16
4-95/16
3-43/8
5-7
0-113/4
7-91/2
40
6-73/8
27-0
7-61/2
7-25/8
6-15/8
0-97/8
1-57/8
1-101/8
2-5
2-5
16-713/16
15-111/8
8-0
7-83/16
5-95/16
3-43/8
5-7
0-113/4
7-91/2
50 & 55
5-87/8
29-8
7-61/2
6-41/8
5-31/8
0-91/2
1-35/8
1-79/16
2-5
2-5
16-713/16
15-111/8
8-0
7-83/16
6-93/8
3-43/8
5-7
0-113/4
7-91/2
60
70 & 75
6-73/8
6-73/8
27-0
27-0
9-8
9-8
7-25/8
7-25/8
6-15/8
6-15/8
0-97/8
0-97/8
1-57/8
1-57/8
1-101/8
1-101/8
2-5
2-5
2-5
2-5
16-713/16
16-713/16
15-111/8
15-111/8
8-0
8-0
7-83/16
7-83/16
5-95/16
5-95/16
4-53/8
4-53/8
6-107/8
6-107/8
1-49/16
1-49/16
9-11
9-11
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Dimensional
Data
20-75 Tons
Figure 71-1 — 20-75 Ton Heating/Cooling Unit Dimensions
Page 70
TT
Table 71-1 — Heating/Cooling Unit Dimensions (Ft. In.) — SEHF, SFHF, SSHF, SLHF, SXHF
Nom. Tons
H
L
W
20 & 25
5-815/16 24-13/8
30
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
7-61/2 6-43/16 5-31/8
0-91/2
1-35/8 1-79/16 1-31/2
2-21/2
6-23/8 24-13/8
7-61/2
6-95/8
5-85/8
0-91/2
1-35/8 1-79/16 1-31/2
2-21/2
40
6-73/8 30-21/2
7-61/2
7-25/8
6-15/8
0-97/8
1-57/8 1-101/8
2-5
2-5
50 & 55
5-87/8 32-101/2
7-61/2
6-41/8
5-31/8
0-91/2
1-35/8 1-79/16
2-5
2-5
60
6-73/8 30-21/2
9-8
7-25/8
6-15/8
0-97/8
1-57/8 1-101/8
2-5
2-5
70 & 75
6-7 /8 30-2 /2
3
1
9-8
5
7-2 /8
5
6-1 /8
7
0-9 /8
7
1
1-5 /8 1-10 /8
2-5
2-5
J1
16-9¾
16-9¾
16-9¾
16-9¾
20-1¾
20-6¾
20-1¾
20-6¾
20-1¾
20-6¾
20-1¾
20-6¾
Note:
1. Dimensions shown are for
High Heat
Low Heat
gas heat units.
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K1
16-6
16-6
16-6
16-6
19-6
20-3
19-6
20-3
19-6
20-3
19-6
20-3
M
16-313/16
N
P
Q
R
16-7
15-55/16
13-3
7-0
6-615/16 3-95/16 3-43/8
5-7
0-513/16 7-91/2
16-313/16
16-7
15-55/16
13-3
7-0
6-615/16 4-95/16 3-43/8
5-7
0-513/16 7-91/2
19-105/16
19-7 18-1111/16 15-111/8
8-0
7-83/16 5-95/16 3-43/8
5-7
0-513/16 7-91/2
19-105/16
19-7 18-1111/16 15-111/8
8-0
7-83/16 6-93/8
5-7
0-513/16 7-91/2
19-105/16
19-7 18-1111/16 15-111/8
8-0
7-83/16 5-95/16 4-53/8
5
19-10 /16
11
1
19-7 18-11 /16 15-11 /8
8-0
S
3
T
5
U
3-43/8
3
7-8 /16 5-9 /16 4-5 /8
V
X
Z
7-81/2 0-513/16 9-11
7-81/2 0-513/16 9-11
Dimensional
Data
90-130 Tons
Figure 72-1 — 90, 105, 115, 130 Ton Heating/Cooling and Cooling Only Rooftop
Note: See page 73 for service clearance.
Figure 72-2 — 90-130 Ton Roof Curb Dimensions
Cross Section Thru
Roof Curb and base pan
Note: The pedestal was purposely designed
13/8” shorter than the curb because the unit’s
base rails rest on the pedestal at one point
and on the curb at a different point.
SECTION B-B
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Dimensional
Data
Roof Curb
20-75 Tons
Figure 73-1 — 20 to 75 Ton Optional Roof Curb Dimensions (Downflow)
Note: The pedestal was purposely designed
13/8” shorter than the curb because the
unit’s base rails rest on the pedestal at one
point and on the curb at a different point.
Table 73-1 — 20 to 75 Ton Downflow Roof Curb Dimensions (Ft. In.)
Tons Model
A
20,25,30 SAHF 16’-37/8”
S*HF 18’-71/2”
40 SAHF 19’-115/16”
S*HF 22’-41/2”
50,55 SAHF 19’-115/16”
S*HF 22’-41/2”
60,70,75 SAHF 19’-115/16”
S*HF 22’-41/2”
B
2’-101/16”
2’-101/16”
5’-21/16”
5’-21/16”
7’-101/16”
7’-101/16”
5’-21/16”
5’-21/16”
C
7’-107/16”
7’-107/16”
7’-107/16”
7’-107/16”
7’-107/16”
7’-107/16”
9’-1115/16”
9’-1115/16”
D
7’-013/16”
7’-013/16”
7’-013/16”
7’-013/16”
7’-013/16”
7’-013/16”
9’-25/16”
9’-25/16”
E
16’-39/16”
18’-73/16”
19’-15/8”
22’-41/8”
19’-15/8”
22’-41/8”
19’-15/8”
22’-41/8”
F
7’-01/2”
7’-01/2”
7’-01/2”
7’-01/2”
7’-01/2”
7’-01/2”
9’-2”
9’-2”
G
13’-615/16”
15’-109/16”
16’-29/16”
19’-5”
16’-29/16”
19’-5”
16’-29/16”
19’-5”
H
J
7’-1115/16” 5’-813/16”
7’-1115/16” 5’-813/16”
7’-1115/16” 5’-813/16”
7’-1115/16” 5’-813/16”
7’-1115/16” 5’-813/16”
7’-1115/16” 5’-813/16”
10’-17/16” 7’-105/16”
10’-17/16” 7’-1015/16”
K
2’-0”
2’-0”
2’-0”
2’-0”
2’-0”
2’-0”
2’-0”
2’-0”
L
M
2’-55/16” 2’-115/16”
2’-55/16” 2’-115/16”
3’-6”
4’-0”
3’-6”
4’-0”
3’-6”
4’-0”
3’-6”
4’-0”
3’-6”
4’-0”
3’-6”
4’-0”
N
1’-105/8”
1’-105/8”
1’-105/8”
1’-105/8”
1’-105/8”
1’-105/8”
1’-105/8”
1’-105/8”
P
5’-91/2”
5’-73/8”
5’-91/2”
5’-73/8”
5’-91/2”
5’-73/8”
6’-117/8”
*7’-83/4”
Q
0’-511/16”
1’-07/16”
0’-511/16”
0’-113/16”
0’-511/16”
0’-113/16”
0’-113/16”
0’-113/16”
R
0’-511/16”
0’-1”
0’-511/16”
0’-21/4”
0’-511/16”
0’-21/4”
0’-113/16”
**0’-23/8”
S
2’-35/16”
2’-35/16”
2’-515/16”
2’-515/16”
2’-515/16”
2’-515/16”
2’-515/16”
2’-515/16”
Note:
The return opening of the roof curb is provided with an adjustable filler panel six inches wide. This panel allows adjustment of the return air opening in order to clear roof members of all standard roof constructions with
both the supply and return openings. The return air opening of the curb is at a 90 degree angle as compared to the rooftop return air opening to allow this placement flexibility. The curb acts as a plenum between the
ductwork and the unit return opening. A retainer clip is used to secure the adjustable filler piece to the roof curb.
*“P” dimension is 5’ 6” on 60, 70, 75 Ton SEHF (Units with electric heat).
**“R” dimension is 2’ 51/8” on 60, 70, 75 Ton SEHF (Units with electric heat).
Figure 73-2 — 90 to 130 Ton Units — Service Clearance
Notes:
1. Provide unrestricted clearance over the condenser fans.
2. A minimum clearance of 2’ 4-1/2” is required to open the hinged
control panel doors. Both doors swing outward in a 180-degree arc.
3. A minimum clearance of 2’ 10-3’4” is required to open the access
doors on the unit’s supply fan, evaporator, filter and exhaust fan
sections. All hinged doors swing outward in a 180-degree arc.
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Weights
Table 74-1 — Approximate Operating Weights (Lbs./Kg)
Rooftops Without Exhaust Fans
Rooftops With Exhaust Fans
Roof Curb
All Heating
Units & SXHF/G
510
231
Nominal
Tons
20 Lb.
Kg
SA
3950
1792
SX
4160
1887
SE
4300
1950
SF
4560
2068
SL/SS
4300
1950
SA
4310
1955
SX
4520
2050
SE
4660
2114
SF
4920
2232
SL/SS
4660
2114
SA
490
222
25 Lb.
Kg
4130
1873
4350
1973
4480
2032
4740
2150
4480
2032
4490
2037
4710
2136
4840
2195
5100
2313
4840
2195
490
222
510
231
30 Lb.
Kg
4710
2136
4950
2245
5080
2304
5340
2422
5080
2304
5130
2327
5370
2436
5490
2490
5760
2613
5490
2490
490
222
510
231
40 Lb.
Kg
6260
2840
6630
3007
6780
3075
7250
3287
6780
3075
6860
3112
7210
3270
7360
3338
7840
3556
7360
3338
515
234
550
249
50 Lb.
Kg
7110
3225
7500
3402
7660
3475
8130
3688
7660
3475
7760
3520
8150
3697
8300
3765
8770
3978
8300
3765
515
234
550
249
55 Lb.
Kg
7260
3293
7670
3479
7800
3538
8280
3756
7800
3538
7910
3588
8290
3760
8450
3833
8920
4046
8450
3833
515
234
550
249
60 Lb.
Kg
8240
3738
8400
3810
8560
3883
9030
4096
8560
3883
9130
4141
9280
4209
9430
4277
9910
4495
9430
4277
610
277
640
290
70 Lb.
Kg
8600
3901
8750
3969
8910
4042
9380
4255
8910
4042
9470
4296
9620
4364
9790
4441
10260
4654
9790
4441
610
277
640
290
75 Lb.
Kg
8600
3901
8750
3969
8910
4042
9380
4255
8910
4042
9470
4296
9620
4364
9790
4441
10260
4654
9790
4441
610
277
640
290
90 Lb.
Kg
N/A
N/A
12670
5747
12830
5820
13480
6115
12830
5820
N/A
N/A
14020
6359
14160
6423
14800
6713
14160
6423
N/A
N/A
770
349
105 Lb.
Kg
N/A
N/A
13230
6001
13390
6074
14040
6369
13390
6074
N/A
N/A
14570
6609
14720
6677
15370
6972
14720
6677
N/A
N/A
770
349
115 Lb.
Kg
N/A
N/A
13660
6196
13810
6264
14450
6555
13810
6264
N/A
N/A
14990
6799
15150
6872
15790
7162
15150
6872
N/A
N/A
770
349
130 Lb.
Kg
N/A
N/A
14000
6350
14160
6423
14800
6713
14160
6423
N/A
N/A
15350
6963
15490
7026
16140
7321
15490
7026
N/A
N/A
770
349
Notes:
1. Weights shown include the following features: standard coils, 100% economizer, throwaway filters, maximum motor sizes (high efficiency), inlet guide vanes, 460V XL, High Heat.
2. Weights shown represent approximate operating weights and have a ±5% accuracy. ACTUAL WEIGHTS ARE STAMPED ON THE UNIT NAMEPLATE.
3. If unit is not as specified in note 1, you must reference RT-EB-103 for more details, as well as for point loading and center of gravity.
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Field
Installed
Sensors
Variable Air Volume
SINGLE SETPOINT SENSOR WITH SYSTEM FUNCTION LIGHTS
BAYSENS021*
PROGRAMMABLE NIGHT-SETBACK SENSOR
BAYSENS020*
NOTE: Remote sensors are available for use with all zone sensors to provide remote sensing capabilities.
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Field
Installed
Sensors
DUAL SETPOINT, MANUAL/AUTOMATIC CHANGEOVER SENSOR
BAYSENS008*
Constant Volume
DUAL SETPOINT, MANUAL/AUTOMATIC CHANGEOVER SENSOR
WITH SYSTEM FUNCTION LIGHTS
BAYSENS010*
PROGRAMMABLE NIGHT SETBACK SENSOR BAYSENS019*
NOTE: Remote sensors are available for use with all zone sensors to provide remote sensing capabilities.
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Field
Installed
Sensors
Constant and Variable
Air Volume
Integrated Comfort™ System Sensors
ZONE TEMPERATURE SENSOR W/TIMED OVERRIDE BUTTONS
BAYSENS013*
ZONE TEMPERATURE SENSOR ONLY
BAYSENS017*
ZONE TEMPERATURE SENSOR W/TIMED OVERRIDE
BUTTONS AND LOCAL SETPOINT ADJUSTMENT
BAYSENS014*
REMOTE MINIMUM POSITION POTENTIOMETER CONTROL
BAYSTAT023*
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®
A full range of factory-installed modular
options are available on standard ship
cycles, allowing your rooftop design to
be best suited to each individual
application.
Options
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Cooling Only/Heating Casings
• Cooling Only — Two casing choices
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are available, one designed for high
airside efficiency and one for sound
sensitive applications. The 90 through
130 ton are extended casing only.
Electric Heat — Nickel-chromium
electric heating elements in individually
fused circuits of 48 amps or less and
with all necessary safeties. A full range
of sizing options is available.
Natural Gas Heat -- Two Stage and
Limited Modulation — Two-pass
stainless steel tubular free floating heat
exchanger has industrial type burner
and combustion blower. Available with
high or low fire and UL or CSA
approval.
Natural Gas Heat - Full Modulation —
The heat exchanger drum, tubes and
front and rear headers are constructed
of the most corrosion resistant
austenitic stainless steel alloys
available.
Steam Heat — ARI certified type NS
coil with non-freeze steam distribution.
Coils are pitched for drainage and are
provided with steam modulating valve
with actuator. High and low heat
options are available.
Hot Water Heat — ARI certified type W
coil mounted for drainage and provided
with hot water modulating valve with
actuator. High and low heat options
are available.
Power Supplies
Rooftops are available with 200, 230,
460 and 575 voltage power supplies.
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Exhaust
No Exhaust — Rooftops can be built
for makeup air applications with no
exhaust. Relief opening is sealed
watertight.
Barometric Relief — Gravity dampers
are provided that open to relieve
positive pressure.
50 Percent Exhaust Fan — One double
inlet forward-curved fan can exhaust up
to 50 percent of supply air. Control is
on/off based on economizer damper
position. Barometric dampers at fan
outlet prevent air backdraft.
100 Percent Modulating Exhaust Fan
— Two double inlet forward-curved fans
can exhaust up to 100 percent supply
air. Fans operate when economizer
damper is open greater than minimum
position. Discharge dampers at fan
outlet modulate in response to
economizer damper position on
CV rooftops.
100 Percent Modulating Exhaust with
Statitrac™ Control — For both CV and
VAV rooftops, the 100 percent
modulating exhaust discharge
dampers are modulated in response to
building pressure. A differential
pressure control system, called
Statitrac™, uses a differential pressure
transducer to compare indoor building
pressure to atmospheric pressure. The
FC exhaust fan is turned on when
required to lower building static
pressure to setpoint. The Statitrac
control system then modulates the
discharge dampers to control the
building pressure to within the
adjustable, specified dead band that is
set at the Human Interface Panel.
• Economizer — Includes the primary
temperature controls necessary to
automatically use outdoor air for free
cooling. Option includes modulating
return and outside air dampers,
enthalpy lockout, minimum position
control and spring return motor. It is
provided with standard low leak
outside air dampers with a leakage rate
of 2.5 percent of nominal airflow at one
inch W.C. static pressure.
System Control
• Constant Volume — Provided with all
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Filters
• No Filters (two inch throwaway filter
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rack only) — complete set of two-inch
thick filter racks, without the filter
media to accommodate applications
which require field supplied filters.
No Filters (bag/cartridge with prefilter
filter rack) — long-lasting galvanized
steel frame without the filter media to
accommodate applications which
require field supplied filters.
Throwaway — Two-inch, 30 percent
efficient throwaway filters, includes rack
as standard.
Cleanable Wire Mesh — Two-inch
permanent washable wire mesh filters
are provided with metal frame.
High-Efficiency Throwaway — Two inch
throwaway filters include rack and have
an average arrestance in excess of 90
percent when tested in accordance
with ASHRAE 52-76.
90-95 Percent Bag Filter (with prefilter)
— Glass fiber extended media bag filter
is mounted in a galvanized steel frame.
90-95 percent dust spot efficiency. Twoinch throwaway prefilters are included
with this option.
90-95 Percent Cartridge Filter (with
prefilter) — These twelve-inch deep
cartridge filters are mounted in a
galvanized steel frame. They are Class
1 listed by Underwriters Laboratories
and have a 90-95 percent dust spot
efficiency per ASHRAE 52-76. To
ensure maximum cartridge filter life,
two-inch prefilters are included.
Fresh Air
• 0 Through 25 Percent Manual Outside
Air — Includes outside air opening with
moisture eliminator and manually
positioned damper for drawing up to 25
percent outside air. (20-75 tons only)
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the necessary controls to operate
rooftop from a zone sensor, including
CV microprocessor unit control module,
a microprocessor compressor
controller and a unit mounted Human
Interface Panel.
VAV Supply Air Temperature control
without inlet guide vanes — Provided
with all the necessary controls to
operate a VAV rooftop from the
discharge air temperature, including
discharge air microprocessor controller
and discharge air sensor. The
microprocessor controller coordinates
the economizer control and the stages
of cooling with zone or outdoor air reset
capabilities and an adjustable control
band to fine-tune the control to
specific applications.
VAV Supply Air Temperature control
with inlet guide vanes — Provided with
all the necessary controls to control/
operate a VAV rooftop from the
discharge air temperature, including a
discharge air microprocessor controller,
a discharge air sensor, pressure sensor
and inlet guide vanes. The
microprocessor controller coordinates
the economizer control and the stages
of cooling with zone or outdoor air reset
capabilities and an adjustable control
band to fine-tune the control to specific
applications. The inlet guide vanes are
used with VAV rooftops to control duct
static pressure. Option includes vanes
and static pressure controls. Forwardcurved fans with inlet vanes are the
most efficient way to mechanically
modulate airflow.
Exhaust Fan Variable Frequency Drives
w/o Bypass (with Statitrac Only) —
Provided with all the necessary
controls to control/maintain building
space pressure through a CV or VAV
rooftop. The Variable Frequency Drive
(VFD) modulates the speed of the
exhaust fan motor in response to
building pressure. A differential
Options
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pressure control system, called
Statitrac, uses a differential pressure
transducer to compare indoor building
pressure to atmospheric pressure. The
VFD receives a 0-10vdc signal from the
unit microprocessor based upon the
space static pressure and causes the
drive to accelerate or decelerate as
required to maintain the space
pressure within the deadband.
Exhaust Fan Variable Frequency Drives
and Bypass (with Statitrac Only) —
Bypass control provides full nominal
airflow in the event of drive failure.
VAV Supply Air Temperature Control
with Variable Frequency Drives w/o
Bypass — Provided with all necessary
controls to operate a VAV rooftop from
the discharge air temperature,
including discharge air microprocessor
controller and discharge air sensor. The
microprocessor controller coordinates
the economizer control and the stages
of cooling with discharge air
temperature reset capabilities. Includes
factory installed and tested variable
frequency drives (VFD) to provide
supply fan motor speed modulation.
VFD receives 0-10vdc from the unit
microprocessor based upon supply
static pressure and causes the drive to
accelerate or decelerate as required to
maintain the supply static pressure
setpoint.
VAV Supply Air Temperature Control
with Variable Frequency Drives and
Bypass — Bypass control provides full
nominal airflow in the event of drive
failure.
• Comparative Enthalpy Control — used
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Ambient Control
• Low Ambient Dampers are provided on
condenser fan to allow the unit to
operate down to 0 F. (20-75 tons only)
Agency Approval
• Rooftops can be provided with either
Underwriter’s Laboratories (UL) or
Canadian Standards Association
(CSA) approval.
Miscellaneous options
• Non-Fused Disconnect Switch with
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External Handle — External handle
enables the operator to disconnect unit
power with the control box door closed
for safety.
Hot Gas Bypass — Valves, piping and
controls are all included to allow
operation at low airflow, avoiding coil
frosting and damage to compressor.
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with the fresh air economizer two
enthalpy sensors are provided to
compare total heat content of the
indoor air and outdoor air to determine
the most efficient air source when
economizing.
Ultra Low Leak Fresh Air Dampers —
Dampers have chlorinated polyvinyl
chloride gasketing to seal to a leakage
rate of 1 percent of nominal airflow at
one-inch W.C. static pressure.
High Duct Temperature Thermostats —
Two manual reset thermostats, one
located in the discharge section of the
unit set at 240 F and the other in the
return section set at 135 F. The
rooftop will shut down if the thermostats
are tripped.
High Capacity Evaporator Coil —
Additional rows of coil and enhanced
evaporator tube surfaces provide
increased capacity compared to
standard coils.
Copper Fins On Condenser Coil —
Copper fins offer extra corrosion
resistance as compared to standard
aluminum fins.
Generic Building Automation System
(GBAS) Module — Provided for those
cases where the customer uses a
nonTracer building management
systems. The GBAS module provides a
binary input for Demand Limiting, four
(4) analog inputs for setpoint
adjustment and five (5) relay outputs for
diagnostic reporting. Inputs can use a
potentiometer or 0-5 vdc signal.
High Efficiency Motors — Supply and
exhaust fans are provided with high
efficiency motors.
Remote Human Interface Panel (RHI)
— Remote Human Interface Panel can
perform all the same functions as unit
mounted Human Interface Panel,
except for the Service Mode. Up to 4
rooftop units can be monitored and
controlled with a single Remote Human
Interface Panel. This panel uses the
same attractive enclosure as our
Tracker® building control panel. With
features such as a 2 line X 40 character
clear English display, a red LED light to
indicate an alarm condition (alarm also
shown on the two line display), a
simple 16 key keypad that is used in
conjunction with the display, to prompt
the infrequent user when making
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desired changes and an attractive
hinged door makes the RHI very
suitable for mounting on any wall. The
RHI can be mounted inside a building,
up to 5,000 feet from the unit. The RHI
is wired to the IPCB mounted in the
rooftop with twisted wire pair
communication wiring and 24V
control wiring.
Ventilation Override Module (VOM) —
With the Ventilation Override Module
installed, the unit can be programmed
to transition to up to 5 different
programmed sequences for Smoke
Purge, Evacuation, Pressurization,
Purge, Purge with duct control
sequence and Unit off. The transition
occurs when a binary input on the VOM
is closed (shorted); this would typically
be a hard wired relay output from a
smoke detector or fire control panel.
Extended Grease Lines — Lines allow
greasing of supply and exhaust fan
bearings through the filter access door.
Access Doors — Hinged access doors
provide easy access to supply fan,
filters, exhaust fan, and the heating
section. These access doors feature
double wall construction with dual
density insulation sandwiched between
18 gauge and 20 gauge galvanized
steel panels for strength and durability.
Inter-Processor Communication Bridge
(IPCB) — This module provides an
amplified and filtered version of the IPC
link for connection to a Remote Human
Interface Panel. Each rooftop that is tied
into a Remote Human Interface Panel
must have a IPCB installed into it.
Trane Communication Interface
Module — provides interface to Trane’s
Integrated Comfort system (ICS), which
allows control and monitoring of the
rooftop by a Tracer building
management system.
GFI Convenience Outlet (Factory
Powered) — A 15A, 115V Ground Fault
Interrupter convenience outlet shall be
factory installed. It shall be wired and
powered from a factory mounted
transformer. Unit mounted non-fused
disconnect with external handle shall
be furnished with factory powered
outlet.
Two-Inch Spring Isolators — Supply
and exhaust fan (if applicable)
assemblies are isolated with two-inch
nominal deflection to reduce
Options
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transmission of vibrations. (Standard
feature on 90 through 130 tons.)
VFD Line Reactors — available on all
units with Variable Frequency Drives
(VFD).
Special Unit Paint Colors — allows
matching of HVAC equipment to
building color and sometimes
eliminates the need for expensive
barrier walls.
Field Installed Accessories
Electronic Zone Sensors
• Zone Sensors — two temperature set
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point levers, heat, auto, off, or cool
system switch, fan auto or fan on
switch. Optional status indication LED
lights, System On, Heat, Cool, and
Service are available. These sensors
are used with CV units.
Programmable Night Setback
Sensors — electronic programmable
sensors with auto or manual
changeover with seven day
programming. Keyboard selection of
heat, cool, fan auto or on. All
programmable sensors have System
On, Heat, Cool, Service LED/indicators
as standard. Night setback sensors
have (1) Occupied, (1) Unoccupied
and (2) Override programs per day.
Models are available for CV zone
temperature control and VAV supply air
temperature control.
Zone Sensor — sensor with supply air
single temperatures setpoint and
AUTO/OFF system switch. Status
indication LED lights; System On, Heat,
Cool, and Service are provided.
Sensors are available to be used with
VAV units.
Remote Sensor — can be used for
remote zone temperature sensing
capabilities when zone sensors are
used as remote panels.
Full Warm-Up Sensor — Morning
warm-up sensor for use with VAV units.
Integrated Comfort™ System sensors
— used for zone temperature sensing
when Tracer® is communicating with
the rooftop. The sensors are available
with options such as sensor only,
sensor with timed override button, and
a sensor with local temperature
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adjustment control, with timed
override button.
Remote Minimum Position
Potentiometer — Minimum position
setting of economizer can be remotely
adjusted with this accessory.
Temperature Sensor — bullet or pencil
type sensor that could be used for
temperature input such as return air
duct temperature.
Trane Communication Interface/
Interprocessor Communication Bridge
kit and Remote Human Interface kit —
For future sales opportunities and
flexibility of field upgrades on new
IntelliPak® rooftops after they have
been installed, two factory provided
hardware kits are available. The first kit
is an Trane Communication Interface
(TCI) module, which is required for
communication with Tracer®. Also in
this kit is an Interprocessor
Communicating Bridge (IPCB) module
which is required for communication
with an Remote Human Interface
Panel. The second kit is the Remote
Human Interface Panel, which can
control up to four rooftops. The Remote
Human Interface Panel has all the
features of the Unit Mounted Human
Interface Panel, except no service
mode interface is allowed remotely for
safety reasons. All other modules and
their required hardware are available
through our service parts organization
for field upgrades and future sales
opportunities.
Roof Curb
• Roof Curb — Curb supports the rooftop
and allows for smooth transition of
airflow from the rooftop to the ductwork.
Curb ships from stock and ductwork
can be attached directly. Two-inch by
two-inch nailer strip is also provided, as
well as gasketing to seal supply and
return openings. Curb is 14 inches high
and is approved by the National
Roofing Contractors Association.
®
These IntelliPak® rooftop features
make easy installation, easy servicing
and reliable operation a reality.
INSTALLABILITY
• Factory-installed/commissioned
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controls
— ease of start up
— single twisted wire pair
communication for ICS interface
— full unit points access, no field wiring
of required points
Unit mounted Human Interface Panel
standard
— user friendly keypad — edit
parameters
— thru the access door interface
— start up adjustments
— unit mounted and remote interface
panel key pads are identical
Unit mounted lifting lugs facilitate
installation and can be used as unit
tiedown points.
SERVICEABILITY
The microprocessor unit controls
coordinates the operation of the rooftop
with quality, industry-accepted
components for service ease.
Unit mounted Human Interface Panel
standard
— user friendly keypad — edit
parameters
— thru the access door interface
— start up adjustments
— unit mounted and remote interface
panel key pads are identical
Modularity of unit control design
— individual replaceable functional
boards
Advanced diagnostics
Features
Summary
RELIABILITY
• Advanced diagnostics
• Microprocessor controls
• Built-in safeties
• Modular control design
• UL approval as standard
• Forward-curved supply and exhaust
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fans are Trane designed and factory
balanced.
Fully insulated and gasketed panels
reduce ambient air infiltration.
Fixed-speed evaporator fan and
exhaust drive for smooth fan operation
and belt durability.
200,000 average life fan bearings
enhance unit durability.
Gas heater with free-floating stainless
steel heat exchanger relieves the
stresses of expansion and contraction.
Stainless steel provides corrosion
resistance through the entire material
thickness.
Integral condenser subcooler improves
efficiency while helping avoid liquid
flashing.
Factory-wired and commissioned
controls assure efficient and reliable
rooftop operation.
Trane Scroll compressors are used on
20 through 130 ton units. They are
designed for tough industrial operation
and meet demanding operating
conditions both in efficiency and
reliability.
Roll-formed construction enhances
cabinet integrity and assures a
leakproof casing.
Three-phase, direct-drive condenser
fan motors enhance dependability and
increase rooftop life.
Trane industrial quality evaporator
and condensing coils help increase
rooftop life.
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APPLICATION FLEXIBILITY
• Modularity in design
• Increased offering of standard options
• Generic BAS interface
• Five factory preset/re-definable in the
field ventilation override sequences
• Superior Tracer® interface for ICS
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applications
— factory-installed Trane
Communication Interface
Unit mounted or Remote Human
Interface panels
— all parameter are editable from the
Human Interface Panel
Comparative enthalpy control for
economizers
Statitrac™ direct space building
pressure control
Compensated outdoor air control —
IAQ
Factory-installed filter rack includes
two-inch throwaway filters.
CV controls stage both compressors
and heat based on space
requirements.
Variable Frequency Drives (VFD)
Included With or Without Bypass
Control for Supply and Exhaust Fans.
An array of heating options are
available, including Steam, Hot Water,
Electric and Natural Gas heat. The Gas
Heating option provides a choice of
two-stage gas heat, as well as full and
limited modulating gas heat.
®
General
Units shall be specifically designed for
outdoor rooftop installation on a roof
curb and be completely factory
assembled and tested, piped, internally
wired, fully charged with R-22,
compressor oil and shipped in one
piece. Units shall be available for direct
expansion cooling only, or direct
expansion cooling with natural gas,
electric, hot water or steam heating.
Filters, outside air system, exhaust air
system, optional non-fused disconnect
switches and all operating and safety
controls shall be furnished
factoryinstalled. All units shall be UL
approved and factory run tested.
Cooling capacity shall be rated in
accordance with ARI Standard 360.
All units shall have decals and tags to
aid in service and indicate caution
areas. Electrical diagrams shall be
printed on long life water resistant
material and shall ship attached to
control panel doors.
Casing
Exterior panels shall have a minimum
of 1.25-ounce zinc coating per square
foot of steel, phosphatized and painted
with a slate grey finish which meets a
672 hour salt spray test based on the
ASTM B117 standard for salt spray
resistance. Screws shall be coated with
zinc-plus-zinc chromate. Eighteen
gauge steel hinged access panels with
tiebacks to secure door in open
position shall provide access to filters
and heating sections. Refrigeration
components, supply air fan and
compressor shall be accessible
through removable panels as standard.
Unit control panel shall be accessible
through hinged access panel with
quick release latches. Double Wall
Construction hinged access doors shall
provide access to filters, return/exhaust
air, heating and supply fan section. All
access doors and panels shall have
neoprene gaskets. Interior surfaces or
exterior casing members shall have 1/2inch Tuf-Skin fiberglass insulation. Unit
base shall be watertight with
14-gauge formed load bearing
members, formed recess and curb
overhang. Unit lifting lugs shall accept
chains or cables for rigging. Lifting lugs
shall also serve as unit tiedown points.
Mechanical
Specifications
REFRIGERATION SYSTEM
Compressors
• 20 through 130 Ton Units
Trane 3-D® Scroll compressors have a
simple mechanical design with only
three major moving parts. Scroll type
compression provides inherently low
vibration. The 3-D Scroll provides a
completely enclosed compression
chamber which leads to increased
efficiency. Exhaustive testing on the 3-D
Scroll, including start up with the shell
full of liquid, has proven that slugging
does not fail involutes. Direct-drive,
3600 rpm, suction gas-cooled hermetic
motor. Trane 3-D Scroll compressor
includes centrifugal oil pump, oil level
sightglass and oil charging valve. On
70 through 130 ton units, each
compressor shall have crankcase
heaters installed, properly sized to
minimize the amount of liquid
refrigerant present in the oil sump
during off cycles
Evaporator Coil
Internally enhanced seamless copper
tubing of 1/2-inch O.D. shall be
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mechanically bonded to heavy-duty
aluminum fins of configurated design.
All coils shall be equipped with thermal
expansion valves and factory pressure
and leak tested at 300 psi.
Condenser Coil
Configurated aluminum fin or
configurated copper fin secondary
surface shall be mechanically bonded
to primary surface of 3/8-inch O.D.
seamless copper tubing for extra
corrosion resistance. Subcooling
circuit(s) shall be provided as
standard. All coils shall be factory
tested at 450 psig air pressure and
vacuum dehydrated.
Condenser Fans and Motors
All condenser fans shall be vertical
discharge, direct drive fans, statically
balanced, with steel blades and zinc
plated steel hubs. Condenser fan
motors shall be three-phase motors
with permanently lubricated ball
bearings, built-in current and thermal
overload protection and weathertight
slingers over motor bearings.
Mechanical
Specifications
AIR HANDLING SYSTEM
SUPPLY FAN
20 through 75 Ton Units
All supply fans shall have two
doubleinlet, forward-curved fans
mounted on a common shaft with fixed
sheave drive and shall be dynamically
balanced and tested in factory. Supply
fan shall be test run in unit as part of
unit test and unit shall reach rated rpm
before the fan shaft passes through first
critical speed. Fan shaft shall be
mounted on two grease lubricated ball
bearings designed for 200,000 hours
average life. Optional extended grease
lines shall allow greasing of bearings
from unit filter section. Fan motor and
fan assembly shall be mounted on
common base to allow consistent belt
tension with no relative motion
between fan and motor shafts. Entire
assembly shall be completely isolated
from unit and fan board by double
deflection rubber-in-shear isolators or
by two-inch deflection spring isolation
on motor sizes larger than five hp. All
supply fan motors meet the U.S. Energy
Policy Act of 1992 (EPACT).
90 through 130 Ton Units
All supply fans shall have two
independent fan assemblies with
double inlet, FC fan, motor and fixed
pitch sheave drive. All fans shall be
statically and dynamically balanced
and tested in factory. Supply fans shall
be test run in unit as part of unit test.
Unit shall reach rated rpm before fan
shaft passes through first critical speed.
Fan shafts shall be mounted on two
grease lubricated ball bearings
designed for 200,000 hours average
life. Optional extended grease lines
shall allow greasing of bearings from
unit filter section. Fan motor and fan
assembly shall be mounted on
common base to allow consistent belt
tension with no relative motion
between fan and motor shafts. Entire
assemblies shall be completely
isolated from unit and fan board by twoinch deflection spring isolators. All
supply fan motors meet the U.S. Energy
Policy Act of 1992 (EPACT).
Controls
Unit shall be completely factory wired
with necessary control and contactor
pressure lugs or terminal block for
power wiring. Units shall provide an
internal location for a non-fused
disconnect with external handle for
safety. Unit mounted microprocessor
controls shall provide anti-short cycle
timing for compressors to provide a
high level of machine protection.
Unit Controller — DDC
microprocessor controls shall be
provided to control all unit functions.
The control system shall be suitable to
control CV or VAV applications. The
controls shall be factory-installed and
mounted in the main control panel. All
factory-installed controls shall be fully
commissioned (run tested) at the
factory. The unit shall have a Human
Interface Panel with a 16 key keypad,
a 2 line X 40 character clear English
display as standard to provide the
operator with full adjustment and
display of control data functions. The
unit controls shall be used as a
stand-alone controller, or as part of a
building management system involving
multiple units.
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The unit shall be equipped with a
complete microprocessor control
system. This system shall consist of
temperature and pressure (thermistor
and transducer) sensors, printed circuit
boards (modules), and a unit mounted
Human Interface Panel. Modules
(boards) shall be individually
replaceable for ease of service. All
microprocessors, boards and sensors
shall be factory mounted, wired and
tested.
The microprocessor boards shall be
stand-alone DDC controls not
dependent on communications with an
on-site PC or a Building Management
Network. The microprocessors shall be
equipped with on-board diagnostics,
indicating that all hardware, software
and interconnecting wiring are in
proper operating condition.
The modules (boards) shall be
protected to prevent RFI and voltage
transients from affecting the board’s
circuits. All field wiring shall be
terminated at separate, clearly marked
terminal strip. Direct field wiring to the
I/O boards is not acceptable.
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The microprocessor’s memory shall be
non-volatile EEPROM type requiring no
battery or capacitive backup, while
maintaining all data.
2
Zone sensors shall be available in
several combinations with selectable
features depending on sensor.
3
The Human Interface Panel’s keypad
display character format shall be 40
characters x 2 lines. The character font
shall be 5 x 7 dot matrix plus cursor.
The display shall be Supertwist Liquid
Crystal Display (LCD) with blue
characters on a gray/green background
which provides high visibility and ease
of interface. The display format shall be
in clear English. Two or three digit
coded displays are not acceptable.
4
The keypad shall be equipped with
16 individual touch-sensitive
membrane key switches. The switches
shall be divided into four separate
sections and be password protected
from change by unauthorized
personnel. The six main menus shall be
STATUS, SETPOINTS, DIAGNOSTICS,
SETUP, CONFIGURATION and
SERVICE MODE.
Mechanical
Specifications
FILTERS
General
Filter options shall mount integral
within unit and be accessible by hinged
access panels.
No filters (two inch throwaway filter
rack only) option — shall provide a
complete set of two-inch thick filter
racks, without the filter media to
accommodate applications which
require field supplied filters.
No filters (bag/cartridge with prefilter
filter rack option) — shall provide a
long-lasting galvanized steel frame
without the filter media to
accommodate applications which
require field supplied filters.
Standard filters provided shall be
two-inch thick throwaway glass fiber
filter, 30 percent efficient mounted in a
metal rack.
Permanent cleanable wire mesh
option — Shall be washable
permanent wire mesh with metal frame.
High efficiency throwaway option —
Shall be two-inch high efficiency media
filters with average dust spot efficiency
of 25-35 percent and an average
arrestance in excess of 90 percent
when tested in accordance with
ASHRAE 52-76.
90-95 percent bag filter option — shall
have glass fiber media mounted in a
galvanized steel frame. These Class 1
single piece disposable bag filters shall
have a 90-95% dust spot efficiency
rating per ASHRAE 52-76. To ensure
maximum bag filter life two-inch
prefilters shall be included with the
bag filters.
90-95 percent cartridge filter option
— Twelve-inch deep cartridge filters
shall be mounted in a galvanized steel
frame. Filters shall be Class 1 listed by
Underwriters Laboratories and have a
90-95% dust spot efficiency per
ASHRAE 52-76. To ensure maximum
cartridge filter life, two-inch prefilters
shall be provided.
EXHAUST AIR
General
Return air options shall include no
relief, barometric relief, 50 percent
exhaust fan, 100 percent modulating
exhaust fan and 100 percent
modulating exhaust fan with direct
space building pressurization control.
No Relief (standard)
Relief air opening shall be sealed with
panel and made watertight.
Barometric relief option
Gravity dampers shall open to relieve
positive pressure in the return air
section of the rooftop. Barometric relief
dampers shall relieve building
overpressurization, when that
overpressurization is great enough to
overcome the return duct pressure
drops.
50 percent exhaust air fan option
One, double inlet, forward-curved fan
shall be mounted rigidly to base with
fixed sheave drive. Fan shall be
dynamically balanced and tested in
factory. Unit shall reach rated rpm
before fan shaft passes through first
critical speed. Fan shaft shall be
mounted on two grease lubricated ball
bearings designed for 200,000 hours
average life. Optional extended grease
lines shall allow greasing of bearings
from unit filter section. Barometric
dampers at fan outlet shall prevent air
backdraft. Fifty percent exhaust fan
shall be an on/off control based on
economizer OA damper position. All
exhaust fan motors meet the U.S.
Energy Policy Act of 1992 (EPACT).
Modulating 100 percent exhaust air
fan option
Two, double-inlet, forward-curved fans
shall be mounted on a common shaft
with fixed sheave drive. All fans shall
be dynamically balanced and tested in
factory before being installed in unit.
Exhaust fan shall be test run in unit as
part of unit test. Unit shall reach rated
rpm before fan shaft passes through
first critical speed. Fan shaft shall be
mounted on two grease lubricated ball
bearings designed for 200,000-hour
average life. Optional extended grease
lines shall be provided to allow
greasing of bearings from unit filter
section. Fan motor and assembly shall
be mounted on common base to allow
consistent belt tension with no relative
motion between fan and motor shafts.
On motor sizes larger than five hp
entire assembly shall be completely
isolated from unit and fan board by
double deflection, rubber in shear
isolators or spring isolation. Discharge
dampers at unit outlet shall modulate
exhaust airflow in response to OA
damper position. All exhaust fan
motors meet the U.S. Energy Policy Act
of 1992 (EPACT).
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Modulating 100 Percent Exhaust Fan
with Statitrac™ Control Option
Two, double-inlet, forward-curved fans
shall be mounted on a common shaft
with fixed sheave drive. All fans shall
be dynamically balanced and tested in
factory before being installed in unit.
Exhaust fan shall be test run as part of
unit final run test. Unit shall reach rated
rpm before fan shaft passes through
first critical speed. Fan shaft shall be
mounted on two grease lubricated ball
bearings designed for 200,000-hour
average life. Optional extended grease
lines shall be provided to allow
greasing of bearings from unit filter
section. Fan motor and assembly shall
be mounted on common base to allow
consistent belt tension with no relative
motion between fan and motor shafts.
Entire assembly shall be completely
isolated from unit and fan board by
double deflection, rubber in shear
isolators or spring isolation on motor
sizes larger than five hp. For both CV
and VAV rooftops, the 100 percent
modulating exhaust discharge
dampers (or VFD) shall be modulated
in response to building pressure. A
differential pressure control system,
(Statitrac™), shall use a differential
pressure transducer to compare indoor
building pressure to outdoor ambient
atmospheric pressure. The FC exhaust
fan shall be turned on when required to
lower building static pressure setpoint.
The (Statitrac™) control system shall
then modulate the discharge dampers
(or VFD) to control the building
pressure to within the adjustable,
specified dead band that shall be
adjustable at the Human Interface
Panel. All exhaust fan motors meet the
U.S. Energy Policy Act of 1992
(EPACT).
Mechanical
Specifications
OUTSIDE AIR
HEATING SYSTEM
General
Three outside air options: 100 percent
return air, 0 to 25 percent manually
controlled outside air, and 0-100
percent fully modulating economizer.
Electric heating option
All electric heat models shall be
completely assembled and have wired
electric heating system integral within
the rooftop unit. Heavy duty nickel
chromium elements internally wired
with a maximum density of 40 watts per
square inch shall be provided. Heater
circuits shall be 48 amps or less, each
individually fused. Automatic reset high
limit control shall operate through
heater backup contactors. The 460 and
575 volt electric units shall have
optional factory mounted non-fused
disconnect switch located in the main
control panel to serve the entire unit.
The 200 and 230 volt SEHF models
shall have separate power supply to
heating section. All voltages of the
SEHG models shall have single power
supply to serve the entire unit.
Manual outside air option
Manually controlled outside air damper
shall provide up to 25 percent outside
air. Manual outside air damper shall be
set at desired position at unit start-up.
0-100 percent modulating
economizer option
Operated through the primary
temperature controls to automatically
utilize OA for “free” cooling.
Automatically modulated return and OA
dampers shall maintain proper
temperature in the conditioned space.
Economizer shall be equipped with an
automatic lockout when the outdoor
enthalpy temperature is too high for
proper cooling. Minimum position
control shall be standard and
adjustable at the Human Interface
Panel or with a remote potentiometer or
through the building management
system. A spring return motor shall
ensure closure of OA dampers during
unit shutdown or power interruption.
Mechanical cooling shall be available
to aid the economizer mode at any
ambient. Low leak economizer
dampers shall be standard with a
leakage rate of 2.5 percent of nominal
airflow (400 CFM/ton) at 1 inch wg.
static pressure.
Steam heating option
Steam coils shall be Type NS, with nonfreeze steam distribution circuits.
Distributor tubes shall be located
concentrically within condensing tubes
to assure even steam distribution. Coils
shall be pitched to provide complete
drainage. Steam modulating valve with
actuator shall be provided.
Hot water heating option
Hot water coils shall be Type W and
factory mounted in the rooftop unit to
provide complete drainage of coil. Hot
water modulating valve with actuator
shall be provided.
Ultra low-leak economizer dampers
option
Standard low leak dampers shall be
provided with chlorinated polyvinyl
chloride gasketing added to the
damper blades and rolled stainless
steel jamb seals to the sides of the
damper assembly. Ultra low-leak
economizer dampers shall have a
leakage rate of one percent based on
testing data completed in accordance
with AMCA Standard 575 at AMCA
Laboratories.
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Gas-fired heating option
All gas-fired units shall be completely
assembled and have a wired gas fired
heating system integral within unit.
Units shall be UL or CSA approved
specifically for outdoor applications
downstream from refrigerant cooling
coils. All gas piping shall be threaded
connection with a pipe cap provided.
Gas supply connection shall be
provided through the side or bottom of
unit. All units shall be fire tested prior to
shipment.
Heat Exchanger shall be tubular two
pass design with 16-gauge stainless
steel primary and 18-gauge stainless
steel secondary heat exchanger
surfaces. Free floating design shall
eliminate expansion and contraction
stresses and noises. Gasketed
cleanout plate shall be provided for
cleaning of tubes/turbulators. Heat
exchanger shall be factory pressure
and leak tested.
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• Burner shall be industrial type burner
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with a air proving switch to prevent
burner operation if burner is open for
maintenance or inspection. Ceramic
cone shall be provided to shape the
flame to prevent impingement on sides
of heat exchanger drum. Burner
assembly shall house ignition and
monitoring electrode.
Combustion Blower shall be centrifugal
type fan to provide air required for
combustion. Fan motor shall have builtin thermal overload protection.
Gas Safety Controls shall include
electronic flame safety controls to
require proving of combustion air prior
to ignition sequence which shall
include a 60 second pre-purge cycle.
Direct spark ignition shall be provided
on 235 and 350 MBh heat exchangers
and pilot ignition shall be provided on
500, 850 and 1000 MBh heat
exchanger units. Sixty second delay
shall be provided between first and
second stage gas valve operation on
two-stage heaters. Continuous
electronic flame supervision shall be
provided as standard.
Full Modulation Gas Heaters shall be
made from grades of stainless steel
suitable for condensing situations. The
heater shall have a turn down ratio of at
least 4 to 1.
Limited Modulation Gas Heaters shall
have a minimum turn down ratio of at
least 3 to 1.
Mechanical
Specifications
ACCESSORIES
Roof Mounting Curb
Roof mounting curb shall be fourteen
gauge zinc coated steel with nominal
two-inch by four-inch nailer setup.
Supply/return air opening gasketing
shall be provided. Curb shall ship
knocked down for easy assembly.
Channel shall be provided to allow for
adjustment of return air opening
location. Curb shall be manufactured to
National Roofing Contractors
Association guidelines.
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Electronic Zone Sensors
Zone Sensors shall provide two
temperature setpoint levers, Heat, Auto,
Off, or Cool system switch, Fan Auto or
Fan On switch. Optional status
indication LED lights, System On,
Heat, Cool, and Service shall be
available. These sensors shall be
used with CV units.
Programmable Night Setback Sensors
shall be electronic programmable
sensors with auto or manual
changeover with 7 day programming.
Keyboard shall provide selection of
Heat, Cool, Fan Auto or On. All
programmable sensors shall have
System On, Heat, Cool, Service LED/
indicators as standard. Night setback
sensors shall have (1) Occupied,
(1) Unoccupied and (2) Override
programs per day. Sensors shall be
available for CV zone temperature
control and VAV Supply Air
temperature control.
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• VAV zone sensor shall be provided with
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supply air single temperature setpoint
and AUTO/OFF system switch. Status
indication LED lights shall include:
System On, Heat, Cool and Service.
Sensor shall be provided for zone
temperature control with VAV units.
Remote Sensor shall be available to be
used for remote zone temperature
sensing capabilities when zone
sensors are used as Remote panels.
Fast Warm-Up Sensor shall be used
as Morning warm-up sensor with
VAV units.
Integrated Comfort™ System sensors
shall be available with sensor only,
sensor with timed override, and sensor
with local temperature setpoint
adjustment with timed override.
Remote Minimum Position
Potentiometer shall be available to
remotely adjust the minimum position
setting of the unit’s economizer.
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The Trane Company
2701 Wilma Rudolph Boulevard
Clarksville, TN 37040
http://www.trane.com
An American-Standard Company
Since The Trane Company has a policy of continuous
product and product data improvement, it reserves the
right to change design and specifications without
notice.
Library
Product Section
Product
Model
Literature Type
Sequence
Date
File No.
Supersedes
Ordering No.
Product Literature
Unitary
Rooftop
000
Data Sales Catalog
8
May 1998
PL-UN-RT-000-DS-8-1598
RT-DS-8 2/97
RT-DS-8
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