Krueger-HVAC Releases Blower Coil Product Line
Krueger-HVAC added blower coils to its product offering, along with K-Select 13.0 selection software.
Small commercial air handler units, also known as blower coils, are used in a variety of applications for their ability to provide airflow to multiple spaces over long duct runs. These belt-driven units feature a range of airflow capacities, segments, arrangements and options to satisfy nearly any commercial application, including schools, offices, stores and apartment buildings.
Krueger-HVAC now offers five different models of blower coils that are divided into three different groups: Standard, Small Footprint and Modular.
While all the units exhibit similar traits, each offers a unique set of features that can be beneficial for certain applications. Krueger-HVAC standard horizontal and vertical blower coil units achieve higher airflows at higher static pressures than typical direct drive fan coils, making them a common choice for a large majority of building applications. When floor space is at a premium and thermal loads are high, Krueger’s small footprint, vertical models are an ideal solution. Nominal capacities on these units range from 2 tons to nearly 8 tons with a footprint that is just slightly larger than a vertical fan coil unit.
Krueger’s K-Select 13.0 software with blower coil selection provides engineers with a set of coil options to either develop product performance data based on building requirements or manually set coil parameters when specifying products based on schedules.
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