OWNER'S MANUAL
Industrial Grade Through-the-Wall and Split Air Conditioners
"AW" and "AS" Series
For further assistance, please contact your local sales representative
or
Brooklyn Severe-Duty Equipment Corporation
Brooklyn Navy Yard, Unit 236
Brooklyn, New York 11205 U.S.A.
Telephone: 718-643-0606
Fax: 718-643-1333
Service@BrooklynSevere.com
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section I: Special Benefits of BSDE Air Conditioners
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Section II: Installation and Operation of Air Conditioners
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A. Design and Manufacturing Standards
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B. Unpacking and Inspecting the Equipment
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C. Installation
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1. General Safety Precautions
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2. Installation Procedure
Page 8-11
3. Special Considerations for Hazardous-Location Equipment
Pages 7-10, 12-15
4. Special Instructions for Installing Split Units
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D. Operation of Air Conditioners
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E. Maintenance of Air Conditioners
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Section III: Parts List
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Section IV: Warranty
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Section V: Registration of Your Unit
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Section I:
Special Benefits of BSDE Air Conditioners
Brooklyn Severe-Duty Equipment makes all its air conditioners for your tough industrial,
marine, and military applications.
As a result, you will find that we have constructed your air-conditioner of materials and
components much more robust than those used in normal residential and commercial-grade
through-the-wall and window air conditioners.
1. Among the differences is that the BSDE units are made of thicker-gauge materials to make
them stronger and heavier weight.
BSDE makes the standard cabinet from 18-gauge 316L stainless steel instead of the lighter
weight 20 and 22 gauge painted steel commonly used by other manufacturers. They have
reinforced 16-gauge 316L stainless-steel base pans to give them added strength.
2. The evaporator and condenser coils have a maximum of only 10 fins per inch instead of the
more common 16 or more per inch.
The wider spacing allows dirt and dust particles, which would have clogged the fins on other
air conditioners, to pass through the BSDE coils.
Less obstruction reduces the need for frequent cleaning and other maintenance, lowers head
pressure thereby reducing strain on the compressor and other components, and increases their
life spans.
It also increases the efficiency of the units, especially as the units age, because they run
cleaner, thereby reducing electrical consumption and costs.
The downside is that the wider spacing requires that the condenser and evaporator be
physically larger than those with denser spacing are, and as a result, the cabinets are also
larger. However, in most industrial applications this difference in size causes few problems
and the longer life and reduced maintenance more than compensate for the any problem with
the slightly larger size.
3. Standard BSDE units also have several types of corrosion protection which most
manufacturers offer only as expensive options.
a. The most important is an anti-corrosion coating which is applied to all BSDE
condensers, evaporators and copper tubing. This newly-developed low-porosity epoxy
material is applied in extremely thin layers by dipping the entire coil into a bath of the
coating where it is electrostatically charged to assure complete and uniform coverage.
Then the coating is baked on to cure it. This dipping and baking procedure is repeated as
necessary to assure complete protection of the coils.
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However, despite effectiveness of the coating, the film is so thin that it has almost no effect
on the heat-transferring characteristics of the coils. By utilizing the latest generation of this
coating, BSDE assures that its coils and tubing have one of the most effective coatings
available to protect against corrosive gases and the salt and humidity in marine
environments.
b. To improve the fan motor's resistance to corrosion, the shaft is made of stainless steel
and the motor itself is totally enclosed to keep out dusts and liquids.
c. The standard cabinet is made of 316L stainless steel, one of the strongest and most
corrosion-resistant construction metals available. As an option, cabinets can also be made
of such materials as aluminum and 304 stainless steel.
d. BSDE also reduces corrosion by designing the units to run with dry condensers. Most
window and through-the-wall air conditioners use a slinger rig on the condenser fan to pull
condensate water up from the pan and throw it onto the condenser. While this procedure
helps to cool the condenser, it has the disadvantage in dirty atmospheres of wetting the
condenser so that the dirt in the air sticks to the evaporator. This dirt gradually fills the
spaces between the fins on the condenser reducing the flow of air. The water can also mix
with gases and other contaminants in the air to form acids and other corrosive liquids which
can damage your air conditioner.
4. To further protect the units, standard BSDE air conditioners are made with only mechanical
controls.
Unlike electronic controls which can be extremely sensitive to voltage fluctuations, analog
controls have the advantage of being more tolerant of voltage fluctuations, as well as being
easier and less expensive to service. In addition, they are readily available worldwide so they
help eliminate the need to keep expensive chips and other components in stock.
5. BSDE air conditioners use only dependable and proven reciprocating compressors—never
rotary compressors.
6. All standard air conditioners come with high and low-pressure safety switches which will
automatically shut down the entire unit before other components can be damaged by
maintenance or other problems in the system.
7. HAZARDOUS-DUTY UNITS: BSDE also offers units designed specifically to be safe
for use in areas classified as "hazardous" such as those which have explosive or flammable
gases, dusts, or flyings present.
a. Unlike most manufacturers of hazardous-duty air conditioning who buy and modify
existing units made for household or commercial use by other manufacturers, Brooklyn
Severe-Duty Equipment designs its units from scratch specifically for hazardous locations.
Therefore, the units we build work better and look better than units which had to be taken
apart, modified and then reassembled with components the cabinet was not originally
designed to enclose.
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b. Also unlike most manufacturers, when BSDE makes air conditioners for hazardous duty,
all appropriate components utilized by BSDE, including the compressors, are specifically
recognized by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) as suitable for use in the indicated
environments.
c. All BSDE "explosion-proofed" models are well-enough protected against the corrosion
that they resist the corrosive effects of such hazardous gases as H2S far better than
competitor's models.
d. In addition, BSDE offers units modified for use in Class II and Class III areas which
include locations with explosive, flammable, and otherwise hazardous dusts, flyings and
other air-borne particles. Common locations with hazardous dusts include coal mines,
grain elevators, and textile plants.
8. BSDE designs its air conditioners so that they will provide their full rated capacities at
131ºF (55ºC) in order that they will provide full cooling even in hot industrial locations or at
high altitudes.
Most manufacturers rate their air conditioners' capacities at standard ARI conditions which
call for testing the capacity at only 95ºF (35ºC). When the units are run at higher
temperatures, their capacity falls off quickly as the temperatures rise. In addition, most
standard air conditioners will not run well at temperatures above 120ºF (49ºC), and if they are
forced to do so, they run under such strain that they do not last long.
By designing its units for high ambient temperatures and altitudes, BSDE assures that its units
will run at full capacity for many years.
9. To assure that its units will run at high temperatures, BSDE has also had to make
adaptations to allow them to run properly at lower ambient temperatures. As a result, we
make all our units with receivers, accumulators, and head-pressure controls, features which
are rarely found in other standardized air conditioners.
These features offer you the additional advantages of an air conditioner which will provide its
full cooling capacity without modification at ambient temperatures as low as 32ºF (0ºC).
With modification, they will maintain their full cooling down to -40ºF/C.
10. Furthermore, our designing the units for high ambient temperatures and other difficult
conditions make the units more energy efficient than competitive units.
Also important for you the user is that this efficiency does not only exist under the ideal test
conditions present in laboratories when new, clean units are rated. BSDE air conditioners'
resilience and adaptation for high temperatures and harsh conditions assure you that the
contrast in efficiency compared to residential and commercial-grade units will grow as the
units age and competitive units start to corrode or lose part of their efficiency by being
clogged by dust and other airborne particles.
11. All BSDE units are run tested under load in the factory before shipping to assure you that
they will perform as promised.
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Section II:
Installation and Operation of Air-Conditioners
A. Design and Manufacturing Standards
1. Brooklyn Severe-Duty Equipment Corporation designs and builds all its air conditioners for
industrial, not residential or even commercial applications.
Therefore, we use industrial-grade materials and design into the units adaptations for the harsh
conditions caused by the corrosion and dirt which are often found in industrial, marine,
military, and mining environments.
B. Unpacking and Inspecting the Equipment
1. Since our units undergo extensive inspection and testing in the factory, we know that your
unit worked properly when it left our plant. Before we ship the units, we pack them securely,
on a pallet in a wooden crate or in a heavy corrugated box with a wooden base, to assure that
they reach you in perfect condition.
2. Damage in Transit: Sometimes, despite out best efforts, rough handling in transit causes
obvious or hidden damage. Therefore, you must inspect the units thoroughly as soon as you
receive them to assure that they were not harmed. Although problems are rare, our experience
is that the vast majority of the problems which users have with our equipment stem from
damages in transit which were not detected during the initial inspection.
3. Inspect Immediately Upon Receipt: As soon as you receive the units, open them and
inspect them for damage. If you detect any problem, even small dents, they may be
indications of more serious internal damage. You must inform the transport company
immediately so that you retain your option to file a claim in the future if problems occur.
BSDE is not responsible for any damages occurring in transit, no matter how soon or late they
are detected.
4. NOTE: IF THE UNIT ARRIVES ON ITS SIDE, END OR UPSIDE DOWN, YOU MUST
INFORM THE TRANSPORT COMPANY AND FILE A CLAIM WITH THEM
IMMEDIATELY. BSDE air conditioners are built to be stored, transported and used only in a
upright position.
5. Pallet: Since BSDE ships virtually all of its equipment on a pallet, if this unit arrives not
mounted on a pallet, it was probably removed in transit. Therefore, since one purpose of the
pallet is to protect the air conditioner, unless the packing list gives you reason to believe that it
was purposely not shipped from the factory on a pallet, you should immediately inform the
carrier and prepare to file a claim with them.
6. Filing Claims with Shipping and Insurance Companies: Normally you have up to 30 days
to file a claim with the carrier and often longer with the insurance company. However,
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generally, the sooner you file your claim, the easier it is to obtain compensation for damage
from the carrier. Informing them of problems at the time of delivery helps establish your
claim. Photographs of the packaging and damages can help substantiate a claim.
7. BSDE's liability: Ownership of the unit transfers from BSDE to the customer upon
acceptance of the unit by the carrier. As a result, BSDE has no liability for damages in transit.
C. Installation
1. General Safety Precautions
a. The unit should be installed, started up, and maintained only by qualified and competent
technicians.
b. BSDE air conditioning units draw enough power that they should only be installed on a
circuit dedicated to the air conditioner.
c. Always comply with local electrical codes and ordinances. It is a good idea to comply
with the National Electrical Code (NEC), even if the unit is being installed in a country
other than the United States.
d. Verify that the wall, roof or other platform and the supports on which you will mount the
air conditioner is strong enough to safely support its weight.
e. Always disconnect the power from the unit before working on it.
f. Since the units are heavy, be sure to have an adequate crew and equipment to safely
handle the weight without risk of injury or damage.
g. Never modify or alter the unit; doing so may damage the unit and will usually void the
warranty. Utilize only replacement parts obtained from BSDE.
h. Units supplied with a plug-in cord should not be connected to an extension cord.
i. When installing hazardous-duty units in classified areas:
1'. Be sure that the rating of the air conditioner is suitable for the classification of the
environment. Division 1 equipment can be used in Division 2 areas, but Division 2
equipment can NOT be used safely in Division 1 areas, even for short periods!!!!
2'. All repairs requiring open flame or high temperature should not be made in the
classified area unless the location has been declassified by purging or other suitable
method. Given that these units are movable, it would generally be safer to transport
them to an unclassified location before doing such repairs.
3'. All hazardous-duty units must be hard wired; they can not have plug-in cords.
4'. Most BSDE hazardous-duty units are factory sealed (see the label on the unit to be
sure). However, the wiring connections made at the site MUST BE PROPERLY
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SECURED AND SEALED as specified by the National Electrical Code (NEC) and any
other applicable code to make them safe.
2. Cabinet Installation Procedure
a. Choose a location which will allow a minimum of one foot, and preferably two feet, of
unobstructed air space around the outside of each of the sides and of the back of the unit to
allow good air circulation. These distances should be maintained around the outside ends
and louvers of through-the-wall units and around the ends of condensing sections and the
louvers of evaporating sections of split units.
These minimum dimensions assume good ventilation. The temperature of the air entering
the condenser should not be allowed to rise in temperature by being trapped in an area with
insufficient ventilation. The higher the temperature of the air which enters its condenser,
the less capacity any air conditioner has and the lower its efficiency.
b. Cut and prepare a rough opening in the wall by making it square and plumb with
dimensions of approximately 28-1/2" wide by 18-1/2" high for units up to "18" models and
20-1/2" high for models above "18".
The louvers on the tops and sides of the cabinets must have unrestricted air flow.
Therefore, assure that the distance from the front of grill covering the evaporator back to
the front of the louvers on the sides of the cabinet (which must be exposed completely to
the free air) is a minimum of 13" (33 cm) on models up to "18" and a minimum of 17-1/2"
(44 cm) for larger models.
c. Fully frame the opening to support the unit and permit attachment of the sleeve to the
supports.
d. Remove the front cover and then pull the chassis assembly (insert) from the sleeve of the
cabinet. If the sleeve is still protected by plastic film, peel it off before inserting the sleeve
into the wall.
e. Insert the sleeve into the opening in the wall and support it with the optional pair of
support brackets manufactured by BSDE or with a suitably strong and securely mounted
alternative support system.
f. Carefully reinsert the chassis (insert) into the sleeve.
g. Position the front cover on the unit and secure it.
h. Wiring: Be sure that the on-off switch is in the "off" position before connecting power.
See plate inside cold-air discharge duct for electrical specifications for the unit. Verify that
the circuit provides the correct voltage, proper amperage supply and limit, and the correct
number of phases to the unit. Also, verify that the wiring is of sufficient gauge to handle
the start-up amperage of the compressor during the 20-30 seconds it may take to start the
compressor. Connect units only to circuits dedicated to the air conditioner and protected by
a time-delay fuse or breaker.
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Note: a leading cause of failure of air conditioners, which is not covered by the
warranty, is connecting them to wires which would be adequate were the air conditioner
installed close to the circuit-breaker but which are too small to carry sufficient amperage
over a longer distance to handle the high start-up amperage of the air conditioner. This
start-up demand can be a multiple of the FLA of the unit for the first 20-30 seconds.
The time-delay fuse or circuit breaker will handle the additional load during the start-up,
but under-sized wires will not and the most common result is greatly shortened life for
the compressor.
Connect the wires either by plugging the cord into a dedicated outlet or by wiring it as
necessary to meet all applicable electrical codes.
BSDE supplies a cord with a plug for 115-volt units and a cord without a plug for 200-240
volt units. We build all hazardous-duty units with a conduit seal and sufficient wire to
enable the installer to properly connect to a power source.
Be sure to connect the phases correctly in three-phase units; incorrect installation will not
only make the unit run poorly, if it runs at all, but also it will also void the warranty.
Note for Installers of Hazardous-Duty Models: If your unit is designed for and being
installed into a hazardous location, the unit does not have a power cord. The NEC, UL
and other electrical codes require that it be hard wired directly into the power circuit.
The air conditioner must be connected and then secured in a way which will eliminate the
possibility that the connected wires can pull apart, particularly in a location exposed to the
hazardous environment. It is essential to prevent the separation of the wires while power is
applied because if they do separate they will cause a spark which could ignite or cause an
explosion of hazardous materials present in the vicinity.
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SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING SPLIT UNITS
1. Supply power is connected to only one section of the split unit, usually the condensing section.
Therefore, supply power for the other sections, as well as the control wires, must be installed by
the user. BSDE sizes its wiring for installations of with up to fifty feet (15 meters) of distance
between the condensing and evaporating sections.
2. All wires to be connected between the condensing unit and evaporating units are color coded
and labeled. The gauge of wire must be maintained to assure that the units will run correctly and
safely.
There is no need to open the NEMA 7/9 boxes installed in the units. In addition, all connections
should be made in properly sealed junction boxes approved for the area as classified under all
applicable electrical and other codes.
3. Maximum separation of condensing and evaporating sections: for tubing 100 feet (30 meters);
for wiring 50 feet (15 meters). The distances can generally be increased, but only by increasing
the gauge of the wires and tubing and making other adaptations. Contact factory for further
information.
4. Since BSDE can not know how you will connect the systems, BSDE provides 6 feet of each
wire in each section to connect to your additional wiring in a junction box.
In most hazardous-duty units, the wires leaving the NEMA 4X/7/9 boxes are completely sealed,
and as long as the integrity of the conduit seals is not violated, the units will need no additional
sealing except on the wiring and junction boxes you install.
BSDE does not make an exit hole in either cabinet for wiring between sections. We leave you
the opportunity to choose the best location for your installation. Once you choose the location,
make a ¾" diameter or larger hole with a knock-out punch or other tool, and line it with a
protective grommet to ensure that the wiring is not damaged on the sharp edges. Better would be
to install wiring in a protective conduit.
5. BSDE installs shut off valves with access (Schrader) valves to enable the installer to easily
evacuate and then fill the lines with either liquid (the 3/8" line) or gaseous refrigerant.
Warning: DO NOT OPEN BALL VALVES OR RECEIVER UNTIL TUBING IS
COMPLETELY ASSEMBLED AND LINES ARE CHARGED.
BSDE supplies no extra gas in its system for charging the user-installed lines between the two
sections because we do not know the length of the lines you will be installing.
6. Low pressure lines should be insulated to minimize condensation and cooling loss.
7. NOTE: IF IT BECOMES NECESSARY FOR ADDITIONAL REFRIGERANT TO BE ADDED TO THE
SYSTEM FOR ANY REASON: If you can not determine the exact weight of the gas lost, you must
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evacuate the entire system and then refill with the exact weight of refrigerant indicated on the
data plate. Then you must add the gas you need to properly charge the user-added lines between
the two sections.
The data plate is mounted inside the cold air discharge duct in the evaporating unit. You must
remove the front panel, and you will find it just behind the discharge grill.
YOU CAN NOT DETERMINE THE PROPER CHARGE WITH GAUGES; IT MUST BE
ADDED BASED ON WEIGHT.
8. Warning: BE SURE TO OPEN ALL BALL VALVES AND THE RECEIVER BEFORE
STARTING THE UNIT.
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D. Operation of Air Conditioners
1. Units to be installed in Ordinary and Hazardous Locations
a. Always turn the power-selector switch to "off" when plugging in or unplugging the unit's
power cord (and the main switch for the circuit in the case of hazardous-duty units).
b. In cooling mode, the thermostat adjusts the temperature of the space to be cooled by
turning the compressor on and off. The fan stays on constantly at the speed selected on the
power-selector switch to allow it to circulate the air in the space and to enable the
thermostat to accurately monitor the temperature of the conditioned space.
c. In heating mode, the thermostat will cycle the heating element on and off, but the fan
will run continuously to circulate air throughout the heated space.
d. The unit's capacity, performance, and capacity ratings are determined at the highest fan
speed. Lower fan speeds reduce capacity and are provided to accommodate the preferences
of the users.
e. Only operate the unit with a clean air filter and the front cover in place.
f. Always wait a minimum of three minutes after stopping the air conditioner before
restarting it to allow it to dissipate the high refrigerant pressure at the outlet of the
compressor and thereby to equalize the refrigerant pressures throughout the system.
g. To maintain the unit's efficiency and increase its life span, only operate the unit when the
condenser, evaporator and all surfaces in contact with the moving air are clean.
2. Special Instructions for units with the optional "hidden thermostat" feature:
a. Since one of the principal causes of the failure of industrial air conditioners is users'
adjusting the temperature too frequently, BSDE offers the option of making the thermostat
inaccessible to users. If BSDE built your unit with restricted access to the thermostat, it
was set at the factory for approximately 72ºF (22ºC). If the temperature must be adjusted,
you will find the thermostat in the same box as the power-control switch behind the name
plate on the lower left-hand corner of the front of the air conditioner.
To gain access to the thermostat the screws holding the upper part of the dividing partition
of the air conditioner must be removed and then the NEMA 7/9 box inside must be opened.
Be sure to close the NEMA 7/9 box carefully and securely to assure that the cover's
neoprene seal seats correctly and completely so that it seals effectively.
Note: If the unit has the option of limited access to the thermostat, you can not adjust the
temperature while the unit is operating. Power must be removed from the unit before the
NEMA 4X/7/9 box is opened. If the unit is made for hazardous duty, steps must be taken
(such as moving the unit to a safe area) to assure that the box is not closed with hazardous
gases or dusts inside.
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E. Maintenance
1. BSDE air conditioners are specifically designed to minimize the amount of maintenance
they require.
For instance, the low density of the fins on the condenser and evaporator reduces the amount
of dirt which they block so that they will need less cleaning, especially in dusty environments.
The corrosion coating on both the coils and BSDE's utilizing totally-enclosed fan motors with
stainless-steel shafts also substantially reduce corrosion, even in aggressive environments.
High and low-pressure cutout switches found in most models will help prevent damage to
components in the event of problems with the air conditioner.
2. Preventative Maintenance
a. Regularly inspect, and clean as necessary, the condenser, all louvers, the evaporator, the
air-discharge duct, the fan and blower blades, and the return-air filter in front of evaporator.
In high-dust areas, it may be necessary to service the filter every two weeks, or even more
often.
b. Regularly check the condensate drains to assure that they remain clean enough to drain
properly.
c. Occasionally wipe down the cabinet with warm soapy water to keep the finish looking
good.
d. At least annually, check that all screws in cabinet, chassis (insert), and mounting
brackets are tight and replace them if worn.
3. Adding Refrigerant to the System
WARNING: If it becomes necessary to add additional refrigerant to the system for any
reason, if you can not determine the exact weight of the gas lost, you must evacuate the
entire system. Then refill the system with the exact weight of refrigerant indicated on the
data plate mounted inside the unit. If the unit is a split system, you will need to add the
proper charge for the user-added lines between the two sections.
The data plate is mounted inside the cold air discharge duct next to the evaporator. You
must remove the front panel, and you will find it just behind the discharge grill.
BSDE's special patent-pending control system, which enables the system to operate in a
wide range of ambient temperatures and altitudes, makes it IMPOSSIBLE TO
DETERMINE THE PROPER REFRIGERANT CHARGE WITH GAUGES;
REFRIGERANT MUST BE INSTALLED ON THE BASIS OF WEIGHT.
Note for Users of Hazardous-Duty Models: If this unit is designed for and installed in a
hazardous location, you must take special precautions when doing certain types of
maintenance.
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Most importantly, no work which will require high temperatures such as soldering and
welding or use of ordinary electrical equipment such as a vacuum pump or vacuum cleaner
can be done on the unit unless precautions are taken to assure that no hazardous gases or
particles are present.
Given that BSDE designed most of these units so that you can remove the inserts from their
cabinets quickly and then easily transport them to a shop in a safe area, Brooklyn SevereDuty Equipment Corporation always recommends that you do all major repairs only after
moving the insert (chassis) to a safe location.
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Parts List for Split Model AWN-24
To ensure parts are correct please provide serial number when ordering.
Fax to: Brooklyn Severe-Duty Equipment Corporation
Fax: 718-643-1333
Serial Number: ______________________ Where Installed: ____________________
Purchaser: ________________________Company: _________________________
Parts Order PO#: ___________
_______________________________
Country & City Code: ________ Phone: ________________ Fax: ______________
Description of Part
Accumulator
Ball valve with access – 3/8”
Ball valve with access– ¾”
Blower housing
Blower wheel
Compressor start capacitor
Compressor run capacitor
Compressor relay
Constant pressure valve
Contactor
Condenser coil
Control overlay
Control-panel knob
Drain fitting
Drain tubing
Evaporator coil
Fan blade
Filter drier
Filter – Air filter
Front grille
Front air discharge grille
Head pressure control valve
Motor – Condensing unit
Motor – Evaporating unit
Receiver
Rubber hose assembly
Screw package – 10 of each screw
Sight glass
Selector switch
Water tight hose
Part Number
2421.0001
2322.0001
2325.0001
4222.0001
4223.0001
1713.0003
1723.0003
1774.0003
2512.0001
1771.0001
2212.0002
6412.0001
5411.0001
5512.0001
5511.0001
2222.0003
4113.0001
2340.0001
4411.0001
3131.0001
4322.0001
2311.0001
1133.0001
1132.0001
2412.0001
2391.0003
3500.0001
2351.0001
1323.0001
1283.0001
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Water tight fitting
Hazardous-Duty Components
APS Explosion-Proof Compressor
Nipples - ¾” x 3”
Conduit Seal 3/4" diameter
Control-Knob Potentiometer Shaft
Elbow - 3/4" Street Elbow
Hermetically-sealed thermal overload
NEMA 4X/7/9 Box – Large
Packing fiber
Sealing Compound
1284.0001
Part Number
1621.0003
1825.0005
1842.0001
1842.0001
1823.0003
1532.0001
1422.0001
1852.0002
1851.0001
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Section IV
Brooklyn Severe-Duty Equipment Corporation Air-Conditioner Limited Warranty
Important Note: Your Brooklyn Severe-Duty Equipment Corporation ("BSDE") unit, like other high quality industrial machinery, will give you
many years of excellent service if maintained properly and regularly. The first step is to have a competent service technician inspect the unit for
damage in transit and then supervise its installation to assure that it is done correctly. Since all of BSDE's equipment is thoroughly inspected and
tested before it is shipped, most problems result from damage sustained in transit or installation, incorrect installation, inadequate maintenance, or
inappropriate usage. To assure maximum benefit and life from your investment in equipment from BSDE, follow the instructions and
recommendations in the owners' manual.
Limited Warranty: BSDE offers the strongest warranty in the harsh-duty air-conditioning industry. We warrant to the original user ("you") for a
period of 12 months after installation or 15 months after purchase, whichever comes first (the Warranty Term), any air-conditioner made by BSDE to
be free from defects in material and workmanship, subject to the terms, conditions and limitations set forth below.
48 Hour Replacement Service: If you have a problem of any sort with the air conditioner, simply call or fax the factory at the numbers
below and explain the problem. If we can not help you fix it by phone or fax nor through the service of our local representative, we will
send you a replacement unit or module for a standard product, freight prepaid, within 48 hours. Special products such as hazardous-duty
units are not covered by this service. Your obligation will be to sign and fax back to us a Replacement Unit Acceptance Form which we
will provide to you before we can ship. You will also be obligated to return immediately the malfunctioning product freight prepaid to us
using the replacement unit's packaging for the returned unit.
BSDE does not warrant that use of the equipment will be uninterrupted or error free, or that the equipment will operate in all installed environments.
BSDE's sole obligation under this warranty will be to repair or replace, at its sole discretion any equipment or part thereof which in its judgment is
defective in manufacture. This warranty does not apply to any equipment that is repaired or altered other than by BSDE-authorized personnel, is
subjected to physical, thermal, or electrical abuse, stress or misuse, is operated without the filter(s) installed and/or without the filter(s) being
properly maintained, or is stored, maintained or operated in any manner inconsistent with BSDE's specifications and instructions. Once BSDE
receives and inspects the unit, if it determines that the damage was not caused by errors or defects in manufacture, we will bill you for the repairs or
for the unit we shipped you.
This warranty expressly covers only the cost of replacement or repair by BSDE and excludes all other costs such as those incurred for handling and
transportation, labor, customs duties, removal or reinstallation of components, and consequential damages caused by defects in or failure of the
equipment. All goods returned to BSDE must be shipped prepaid and will be returned insured freight collect. Goods returned to BSDE will only be
accepted for service under this warranty if they are accompanied by a Return-Goods Authorization from BSDE. This warranty will not be
enforceable if the buyer or intermediary is in default in making payment required under the terms of purchase from BSDE. BSDE will not be
responsible for any failure to perform as required under the terms of this warranty caused by force majeure. This warranty will not be enforceable if
the buyer or intermediary uses the goods on any motorized vehicle or craft without the specific, written permission of BSDE.
This limited warranty is the only one applicable to these goods and BSDE will recognize no other obligations, liabilities or warranties. Further, this
limited warranty can not be claimed or amended by any other party. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF AND EXCLUDES ALL
OTHER WARRANTIES, CONTRACTS OR AGREEMENTS NOT EXPRESSLY SET FORTH HEREIN, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
BY OPERATION OF LAW OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. BSDE WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR ANY
SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL LOSSES, DAMAGES, OR EXPENSES (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF
PROFITS, DATA OR USE) DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY ARISING FROM THE SALE, HANDLING, INSTALLATION, SERVICE OR USE
OF THE EQUIPMENT, OR FROM ANY CAUSE RELATING THERETO. BSDE'S ENTIRE RESPONSIBILITY IS EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO
REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF EQUIPMENT AS DESCRIBED HEREIN, AND IN NO EVENT SHALL BSDE OR ITS SUPPLIERS,
CONTRACTORS, VENDORS OR AGENTS BE LIABLE UNDER ANY LEGAL THEORY OR FOR ANY CAUSE WHATSOEVER,
WHETHER BASED ON WARRANTY, CONTRACT, TORT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER THEORY, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY THEREOF, FOR ANY AMOUNT IN EXCESS OF THE PRICE, FEE OR CHARGE THEREFORE RECEIVED BY BSDE. BY
ACCEPTING, INSTALLING AND/OR USING THE EQUIPMENT, BUYER SPECIFICALLY ACCEPTS THE TERMS OF THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY.
This Limited Warranty is deemed to be a New York State contract, entered into in New York State, and shall be governed and construed in accord
with the laws of the State of New York without reference to its conflict of laws provisions or the UN Convention for the International Sale of Goods.
Buyer and BSDE specifically agree that any action between the parties relating to this Limited Warranty, the equipment or services provided shall be
brought and tried in New York.
Date Installed: ___________________
Model: ________________________
Serial Number: ____________________
Brooklyn Severe-Duty Equipment Corporation
63 Flushing Avenue, Unit 236, Brooklyn, New York 11205
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Telephone: 718-643-0606
Fax: 718-643-1333
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Registration
Please complete the information requested below and mail this form back to BSDE at the address below.
We request this information so that when you contact BSDE we will be able to assist you quickly and
efficiently. Many requests for information come to us with only parts of the information we need to
either identify the unit or contact the person who called us, especially if the customer uses a language we
are not easily able to understand.
Model Number: ______________
Serial Number: ______________
Owner: ______________________________________________________________________
Address:
Street: ____________________________________________________________________
City:__________________________ State/Province: ______________________________
Postal Code: ______________
Country: __________________________________
Phone Number: Country Code: _____ Area/City Code: _____
Number(s): _____________________ Extension: ________ Fax: ____________________
E-Mail Address: _______________________________________________________________
Date Purchased: __________________ Date Installed: __________________
Person Who Installed Unit:
Installing Company Name:
Installing Company Address:
Street: ____________________________________________________________________
City:__________________________ State/Province: ______________________________
Postal Code: ______________
Country: __________________________________
Installing Company Phone Number: ____________________________ Extension: ________
Installing Company Fax Number: ____________________________
Installing Company E-Mail Address: ______________________________________________
Brooklyn Severe-Duty Equipment Corporation
Brooklyn Navy Yard, Unit 236, Brooklyn, New York 11205 U.S.A.
Telephone: 718-643-0606
Fax: 718-643-1333
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