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INSTALLER'S

GUIDE
ALL phases of this installation must comply with
NATIONAL, STATE AND LOCAL CODES

Model: TWE018P1
TWE024P13,0B,FB
TWE042P13,0B, FB
TWE048P13,0B, FB Convertibl 1 ... n
TWE030P13,0B, FB TWE060P13,0B,FB
TWE036P13,0B,FB TWE063P13,0B,FB Air Handle
IMPORTANT-ThisDocumentiscustomerproperty and is to remain with this unit.

A WARNING: HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE- DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING


A. GENERAL INFORMATION
A. WARNING
THIS INFORMATION IS FOR USE BY INDIVIDUALS HAVING
ADEQUATE BACKGROUNDS OF ELECTRICAL AND MECHANI
CAL EXPERIENCE. ANY ATTEMPT TO REPAIR A CENTRAL
AIR CONDITIONING PRODUCT MAY RESULT IN PERSONAL
INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. THE MANUFACTURER
OR SELLER CANNOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE INTERPRE-
TATION OF THIS INFORMATION, NOR CAN IT ASSUME ANY
LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH ITS USE.

vn.:ouJ"" arise which


are not covered contact your
local distributor or the manufacturer as listed on the air
handler nameplate.
2. Insulate all
These Air Handlers are ~.... ,..,...~~ ofthe conditioned space.
as shipped.
refer to Section B on the 3. It is rec:on:tmc:mcled
INSPECTION
Check for any This must be
reported to and claims the transportation
company immediately. Check to be sure all compo-
nents are in the unit. should be reported
with authorized
4.
be sufficient to carry the load.
INSTALLATION & RECOMMENDATIONS

most effective and satisfaction. For proper where the wire enters.
~"''""~~'v" the following items must be considered:
5. If the unit is installed
This cable local codes may limit
Code ofFederal Part 3280 or the only in a residence.
"SUITABLE FOR MOBILE HOME USE"
6. If the outdoor unit is to be installed
then installation of the air handler must be made to allow
access for refrigerant
air handler when
American Standard 1999 sions for
6/99
B. UNIT INSTALLATIONS

installed for
installed filter should then be removed from

HORIZONTAL RIGHT
INSTALLER'S GUIDE
c. Unit must be suspended from both ends as well as the Downflow Kit hardware and installation requires
Cage nuts are not provided for horizontal the installer to:
left suspension. a. Remove and discard the coil and mounting
d. For additional installation instructions see #1 "Horizon- brackets. These parts are not required for downflow appli-
tal Right" cation (see figure 2).
VERTICAL INSTALLATIONS b. Detach the coil from the drain pan screws
3. VERTICAL UPFLOW
2.
c. Remove the front triangular baffle from the and
a. Position unit on Pedestal or other suitable foundation. If
install the 112" wide gasket provided per Figure 2. Trim the
Pedestal is not used, a frame strong enough to support the
total weight must be provided. Provide a minimum height length to fit the the baffle to coil,
of 14 inches for proper unrestricted airflow. See TWE with gasket material compressed against the coil.
Convertibility Chart on page 7. d. Install the water blow-offbaffles
b. If a return air duct is connected to the air handler, it of the coil with the flange at the
must be the same dimensions as the return opening, The bottom of the baffle is to be
shown in the outline coil.

c. Pedestal and unit should be isolated from the foundation e. Install the 7/8" wide in each side of the drain pan
using a suitable isolating material. as shown in Figure 2

4. VERTICAL DOWNFLOW
f. The 5 ton model 2 water diverter baffles to be
underneath the on the of the drain
REQUIRESINSTALLATIONOFWATERDIVERTER Fill the bend in the baffle which fits the inner
BAFFLE KIT INCLUDED WITH UNIT. of the drain pan with RTV type adhesive/sealant
Conversion to vertical from "as shipped;' re- before the
quires the removal of coil by sliding it out on the coil g. The unit is then with the blower side down and
channel supports. See Convertibility chart on page 7. the coil is replaced on the coil "'"'""'-"'"
drain connections
downflow with front access.

DOWNFLOW BAFFLE KIT h. When air handler with


installed in the downflow
an accessory subbase
100 for TWE042P and on
must used.
SCREWS TO
REMOVE COIL
C. DUCT CONNECTIONS
The and return air
unit with flame retardant
duct flanges on the u'"""'"'
a "flush fit" for 3/4" or 1-1/2" duct board
on page 6 for sizes
of the duct connections. Mter the duct is seal
around the duct to a1r '"'"'""a 15 c.
SECT. X-X NOTE: If the convertible duct flanges are not
TYP. BOTH SIDES)
must be removed and discarded

WATER
BLOW-OFF
BAFFLES
ATTACH WITH
2 SCREWS
EACH SIDE

3
D. REFRIGERANT PIPING E. CONDENSATE DRAIN
NOTE: must be routed main-
tain service access to blower and pro-
vide easy removal of filter access and filter.
""'"~"'"L" are made outside the cabinet.

"~:::~uJ..l~ and
those instructions. Read those instructions before
installation of
BRAZING TO EVAPORATOR SECTION
NOTE: A h..-."''"'i~n

IMPORTANT: Do not unseal


to cut and fit
PAINTED AREAS OF UNIT MUST BE SHIELDED CAUTION: DO NOT
BRAZING
from indoor coil.

into the stub indoor


INSTALLER'S GUIDE
F. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS H. CHECKOUT PROCEDURE
Power Wiring
1. Check the Air Handler operation and installation in
A WARNING: TO PREVENT INJURY OR DEATH accordance with this instruction.
DUE TO ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR CONTACT WITH MOVING
PARTS. LOCK UNIT DISCONNECT SWITCH IN OPEN 2. "Operational Procedure" for the can
POSITION BEFORE SERVICING UNIT. be found in the outdoor unit installer guide and will be
compatible with this Air Handler.
1. These Air "'""'-"''"u""'' from the factory wired
>:>U.'IJI.''-"'-'

for230 wired for 200 volts. Follow


'"'-'~"'"' on blower The following warning complies with State of California law, Proposition 65.
Facts document included with

2. The selection of wire and fuse sizes should be made


A WARNING: This product
dust
contains
fiberglass wool insulation!
to the of the unit. fibers are believed by the of California to cause
3. Field for unit accessories are shipped cancer through inhalation. Glasswoo! fibers may also
with accessory. cause respiratory, skin, or irritation.
4. PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES
unit per Local codes with
Electrical connections are made in the junction box located Avoid breathing fiberglass dust
above the when are not installed.
without heaters,
must be sealed air tiflht
Avoid contact with the skin or eyes. Wear
sleeved, loose-fitting and
protection.

Wash clothes separately from other rinse


washer thoroughly.
G. CONTROL WIRING
Operations such as tear-out, and
1. Connect between indoor spraying may generate fiber concentrations requiring
thermostat. The use of color-coded 18 gauge '""''-"'"' additional respiratory Use the appropriate
wire is recommended. Seal the where the control NIOSH approved in these situations.
enters the unit.
FIRST AID MEASURES
cooling only
and a heat pump Eye Contact Flush eyes with water to remove dust
Plugin electri- If symptoms seek medical
nr'""''"'n for use with supplementary
attention.

Skin Contact - Wash affected areas gently with soap


and warm water after handling.
IMPORTANT: When heaters are
to insure that all packaging rna-
removed.

INSTALLER'S GUIDE
TWE CONVERTIBILITY CHART

Easy Conversion to Opposite side Access


(Conversions 5 & 6)

Unit is shipped as
1 Horizontal right

2 Pull coil out and


rotate the coil180'

""n~+nn Conversion
unit on end

Slide coil back in on


supports and roll unit
180' (so primary
condensate is down)

Note connections
and access are now
on back side of unit
from Horizontal left

-(Rear Access)
-(Rear Access)

7
TWE018P

21.50

TWE063P
INSTALLER'S GUIDE
TWE-P AIR HANDLERS WITH SINGLE SPEED COOLING, 2 STAGE HEAT

ION
HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE! USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY!
INCLUDING REMOTE DESIGNED TO ACCEPT OTHER

Failure io do so may couH damoge to the equipment.


cause seH:re personal
NOTES,
I. LOW VOLTAGE WIRING BE
SUPPLY PER CODES I AWG MINIMUM CONDUCTORS,
2. WHEN HEATERS ARE DISCARD
POWER LEADS WITH IZED PLUG
I AND I TO MATING
PLUG IN CONTROL BOX
SHOWN.
'HA' CURRENT THRU I
W2, SHOWN ON WI I NG I AGRAM

I_
AIR HANDLER
L_

AIR HANDLERS WITH SINGLE SPEED COOLING UNIT, 1 STAGE HEAT

RNING
HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE!
INCLUDING REMOTE

Fodure to d!Honned power before serv1C! con damage to the equipment.


severe personal lf!Jury or
NOTES:
LOW VOLTAGE WIRING
ROOM THERMOSTAT POWER SUPPLY PER CODES I AWG MINIMUM
AND UNIT NAMEPLATE
~ WHEN HEATERS ARE USED
POWER LEADS WITH
I PM AND CONNECT I -PF
IN HEATER CONTROL
SHOWN,
I OUTDOOR THERMOSTAT <ODTl IS
YL NOT USED, CONNECT WI TO '112 AND W3,
WIRING DIAGRAM
ANTICIPATOR lNG,

AIR HANDLER
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DISCHARGE
OPENING
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TOP VIEW

AIRFLOW
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FIGURE 1 FIGURE2

FIG.1 FIG.2
MODEL NO. J K J K
TWE018P13
TWE024P13
19.22 18.221
TWE030P13
TWE036P13
12.02 11.02
TWE042P13 21.22 20.22
SIDE VIEW TWE048P13

~
TWE060P13 21.22 20.221
TWE063P13
I
18. OJ 2. 0 I
VERTICAL UPFLOW
~
Flow Gas Line Liq. Line
J-
MODEl NO. A B c D E F G H Control BRAZE BRAZE
J-

~
RETURN
OPENING TWE018P13 5/8 1/4
43
TVVE024P13,030P13 21.50 19.50 15.57 3.65 5.77 3.62 3/4 5/16
1.89 CJ5
TWE036P13 45.00
00 7/8 G)

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TXV/NB
BOTTOM VIEW TWE042P13
TWE048P13,060P13
51.75
57.90
23.50 21.50 18.33 4.65 6.77 3.62
3/8 c:
TWE063P13 62.75
26 24 27.12 5.90 8.02 3.21 1.48 H/8 CJ
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