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Single Circuit Horizontal and Vertical

Water Source Heat Pumps


Product Catalog

Sizes: 009 to 072 Horizontal


Sizes: 012 to 072 Vertical
Model: U Vintage

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Table of Contents

Nomenclature...............................................................................................................................................3
GeneralDescriptionandBenefits................................................................................................................4
UnitConstructionandComponents............................................................................................................7
Controls.........................................................................................................................................................8
Options.......................................................................................................................................................13
EngineeringSpecifications.........................................................................................................................17
ApplicationConsiderations........................................................................................................................19
NominalCapacity.......................................................................................................................................23
ApplicationLimits.......................................................................................................................................25
SubmittalData............................................................................................................................................26
HorizontalSize009to072............................................................................................................26

VerticalSize012to072.................................................................................................................41

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Nomenclature

F 036 H H U
Voltage Size (BTUH Cooling) Unit Type Temperature Range Design Vintage
D = 208-230/1/60 009 = 9,000 H = Horizontal H = Standard Range
E = 265/1/60 012 = 12,000 V = Vertical L = Low Temperature
F = 208-230/3/60 013 = 13,000
G = 460/3/60 016 = 16,000
J = 380/3/50 019 = 19,000
K = 575/3/60 024 = 24,000
L = 220-240/1/50 030 = 30,000
S = 380/3/60 036 = 36,000
043 = 43,000
052 = 52,000
062 = 62,000
072 = 72,000

Mammoth is a registered trademark of Mammoth, Inc.


Mammoth, Inc. 2011. All rights reserved throughout the world.

Illustrations cover the general appearance of Mammoth products at the time of publication and Mammoth, Inc. reserves the right to
make changes in design and construction at anytime without notice.

The following are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies: LonTalk from Echelon Corporation, BACnet
from ASHRAE

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General Description Single Circuit Horizontal

U-vintage, ceiling-hung water source heat


pumps are typically installed in hallways and
other corridors, away from the occupied space
for reduced sound and to allow easier service
access. Each single circuit unit provides heating
and cooling to a specific space within the
building. Mammoth offers some of the most
compact horizontal water source heat pump
units in the industry with critical components
located to provide easy maintenance and
service access in a horizontal application.

Basic Features:
ASHRAE 90.1 compliant
Eleven units from to 6 tons Rotary and scroll compressors
Standard or geothermal operation Insulated cabinet with removable access
R-410A refrigerant panels for easy service
EER up to 18.4 and COP rating to 5.2 HP-5 microprocessor-based control
Fully run-tested with water in both the system including condensate overflow
heating and cooling mode protection
Compact size Optional EPiC DDC controls provide
Available with left or right hand water for optimum performance using the
connections to match application control scheme or building management
requirements system and protocol of your choice
ETL listed and AHRI/ISO 13256-1
certified for capacity and efficiency

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General Description Single Circuit Vertical

U-vintage, floor-mounted water source heat


pumps are typically installed in closets or small
mechanical rooms near the occupied space.
Each single circuit unit provides cooling and
heating for a specific zone within the building.
Mammoth offers some of the quietest water
source heat pump units in the industry, allowing
units to be located near the occupied space with
minimal acoustic impact.

Basic Features:

Eight units from 1 to 6 tons


Standard or geothermal operation ASHRAE 90.1 compliant
R-410A refrigerant Rotary and scroll compressors
EER up to 17.9 and COP rating to 5.1 Insulated cabinet with removable access
Fully run-tested with water in both the panels for easy service
heating and cooling modes HP-5 microprocessor-based control
Special construction for extremely quiet system including condensate overflow
operation protection
Available with left or right hand water Optional EPiC DDC controls provide
connections to match application for optimum performance using the
requirements control scheme or building management
ETL listed and AHRI/ISO 13256-1 system and protocol of your choice
certified for capacity and efficiency

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Benefits Single Circuit Horizontal and Vertical

High Efficiency control box. The back of the unit has access
Components are selected for high efficiency to panels to the compressor and fan. The front of
conserve energy and reduce operating costs. the unit, under the coil, has removable panels
Horizontal units can have an EER up to 18.4 for additional access.
and COP rating to 5.2. Vertical units can have
an EER up to 17.9 with a COP rating to 5.1. Each refrigerant circuit has high and low side
Units can help a project obtain LEED access valves for easy servicing. Factory-
certification. installed filter racks that accommodate return air
ducts provide easy access for routine filter
Application Flexibility replacement.
Boiler/tower or geothermal selections provide
design flexibility to meet project performance Controls Flexibility
criteria and budget requirements. Multiple Units come standard with an HP-5 controller to
discharge arrangements and a wide variety of provide independent, standalone control of all
factory-installed options allow units to be unit functions. An optional factory-installed
configured to meet design and project EPiC DDC system provides for
requirements. Cooling-only units expand the communication with common building
range of possible applications. automation system protocols such as BACnet,
LonTalk and Modbus.
R-410A Refrigerant
Mammoth units incorporate R-410A refrigerant Durable and Reliable Operation
that has no ozone depletion potential or phase- Mammoth units are engineered and components
out date. This minimizes the impact on our are selected for long-life and reliable operation.
environment and protects against refrigerant Optional cupro-nickel inner tubes of the heat
availability over the life of the units. exchanger provide additional protection in
applications using well water and city water.
Easy Maintenance Ease of service encourages routine
Horizontal units have multiple removable access maintenance for peak operation.
panels to allow easy access to the compressor,
fan and control box.

Each side of the vertical unit has removable


access panels to the compressor, fan and

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Unit Construction and Components
Cabinet Refrigeration System
The cabinet is constructed of G-60 galvanized The refrigeration system consists of a hermetic
steel. Internal metal parts are also fabricated compressor, coaxial water to refrigerant heat
from galvanized steel. Cabinet insulation is exchanger, airside coil, thermal expansion valve
inch, 1 pound density, skin-coated fiberglass. metering device, high and low side access
The entire bottom panel is insulated with the valves, reversing valve and safety controls.
same material to prevent condensation and Compressors are mounted on neoprene
reduce noise transmission. isolators and heavy gauge mounting rails for
minimum noise transmission and quiet
Horizontal units have one air coil in the front of operation.
the unit. The compressor section is separated
from the fan section by an insulated divider The water to refrigerant coaxial coil consists of a
panel. There are three access panels for the copper inner tube and a steel outer tube. It is
control box, fan and compressor sections to rated for 620 psig on the refrigerant side and
allow service of all major components without 400 psig on the water side. Large tube
removing the unit from the ceiling. The control diameters prevent clogging. The air coil is a
box has its own entrance panel to limit exposure copper tube, aluminum finned type selected for
to other sections not requiring service. All major high efficiency.
electrical components, including transformer,
relays, contactor(s) and circuit board, are The reversing valve is energized in the cooling
located inside the control box making it mode and is fail-safe to the heating mode.
convenient to electrically service the unit. The Safety controls include high and low refrigerant
corner post adjacent to the control box accepts a pressure switches (loss of charge protection). A
line voltage conduit connection. The low-voltage lockout relay built into the standard microprocessor
thermostat connections are conveniently made board prevents the compressor from operating if
terminal strips. The hanging rail runs along the any safety switch trips.
bottom of the unit.
Fan Section
Vertical units are arranged with the vertical air The fan section includes the fan wheel/housing,
coil in the front of the unit and the compressor motor, discharge outlet and drain pan that is
section below. Each side of the unit has multiple located under the air coil. Components are
access panels to the control box, fan, and separated from the compressor section to limit
compressor. The back of the unit has access noise transmission. The forward curve
panels to the fan and compressor sections. The centrifugal fan wheel is balanced for minimum
front of the unit under the coil has removable vibration. The drain pan is insulated from the
panels for additional access unit casing to prevent sweating.
Each unit includes 1 inch throwaway filters in a The fan motor is a 5 1/2 -inch diameter, six-pole,
factory-mounted filter bracket designed to multi-speed, PSC-type with internal overload
accommodate a return air duct connection. The protection. With a maximum speed of 1200 rpm,
standard brackets can accommodate either 1-in the fan is quieter than smaller diameter, 4-pole
or optional 2-inch filters. Filters are removed motors used in similar products. The fan motor
horizontally. incorporates integral flex mounts to minimize
vibration transmission.
All units incorporate to 1-inch female NPT
copper water connection fittings outside the Horizontal units are configured for straight-
cabinet for connection to flexible hose or rigid through discharge as standard with an optional
piping. Condensate lines are internally trapped side discharge. Vertical units are configured for
on vertical units. A 7/8 O.D. copper condensate top discharge as standard. Each configuration
connection outside the cabinet, adjacent to the can be factory-provided or converted from one
water connections, is provided on each unit. to the other in the field.

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Controls
HP-5 Controller LED diagnostic display communicates the
status of the unit to indicate: normal
The standard HP-5 microprocessor board operating mode, low voltage condition, High
provides complete control of the unit voltage condition, shutdown mode, high
compressors, reversing valves, fan, safety pressure/ low pressure switch fault, and
features and troubleshooting fault indicators. condensate sensor.
Random start delays the startup of the unit High and low voltage protection shuts off
5 to 35 second after coming off from an the unit in the event the unit voltage is too
unoccupied or shutdown cycle to prevent all high or too low to protect the internal
the units from starting at the same time. components from damage.
Condensate overflow protection stops Safety lockout prevents compressor
compressor operation if the drain pan operation if any of the safety switches trip:
sensor detects moisture at the top of the pan high pressure/low pressure switch,
to prevent overflow due to clogged or slow condensate overflow protection or optional
draining condensate piping freezestat. The unit can be reset from the
Compressor anti-short cycle protection wall thermostat or the main unit disconnect.
prevents the compressor from being Auto reset-allows the unit to automatically
energized for 5 minutes after shutoff to limit reset itself three times within a 100 minute
compressor cycling and to extend period; two-minute startup delay at initial
compressor life. startup; and at loss of power.
Shutdown allows the units to be shutoff with Fan interlock makes sure the fan is on
no compressor or fan operation in the event when the compressor is on.
of an emergency. Shutdown is activated Lockout alarm sends a signal to the
from a two-wire signal. thermostat to illuminate an LED if so
equipped.

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The control also closes a set of dry contacts if Local laptop computer access ports enable
any of the safety switches trip for remote full diagnostic and configuration capabilities.
monitoring. A set of dry contacts (set of
normally open and closed) are activated when I/O 583 controller key features:
the compressor is on to operate a motorized I/O point count: 5 digital outputs (relayed), 8
valve. If the system is equipped with the proper inputs (6 universal and 2 for optional
thermostat the following features are also adjustment POTS), and 3 analog outputs.
available: Built-in protocol support: BACnet (ARCNET
Night setback allows heating operation at a and MS/TP), Modbus RTU, and N2.
lower set point to maintain a minimum space Protocols and baud rates are DIP switch
temperature, which is activated by a two- selectable.
wire signal. The fan will cycle with the Optional plug-in communications boards:
compressor. LonWorks and Ethernet (for BACnet-over-IP
Night setup allows cooling operation at a support and HTTP for serving up a web
higher set point to maintain a maximum page).
space temperature which is activated by a On-board battery-backed real-time enables
two-wire signal. The fan will cycle with the full stand-alone scheduling capabilities, as
compressor. well as historical trend data storage, and
Override allows night setback or setup alarm event time-stamping.
modes to be de-activated for 2 hours while Powerful, high-speed 16-bit processor with
the unit resumes operation at its daytime set 1MB Flash memory and 512KB of battery-
points. Override operation is activated by a backed RAM.
push button on the wall thermostat. Local laptop computer access ports enable
full diagnostic and configuration capabilities.
EPiC DDC Controller
The optional factory-integrated EPiC DDC I/O 6126 controller key features:
Used with applications having options
controller provides control flexibility that can be
requiring a greater number of outputs and
easily customized to meet any sequence of inputs.
operation. It is fully capable of operating in a I/O point count: 6 digital outputs, 12
100% stand-alone mode or can connect to a universal inputs, and 6 analog outputs. I/O
Building Automation System (BAS) using any of points can be increased by use of an
todays four leading protocols: BACnet, Modbus, optional I/O Flex Expander.
N2, and LonTalk. The base controller provides Optional built-in protocol support: BACnet
(ARCNET, MS/TP, and PTP modes),
ample input/output capacity, plus support for an
Modbus (RTU and ASCII modes supported),
expander board if additional I/O capacity is N2, or LonTalk.
required. Powerful, high-speed 16-bit microprocessor
with 1 MB Flash memory and 1 MB of
I/O 560 controller key features: battery-backed RAM
I/O point count: 5 digital outputs (relayed), 6 Built-in support through a Rnet port for
universal inputs controls custom configurable
Built-in protocol support: BACnet (ARC156 keypad/display unit, BACview6 (4-line by 40
and MS/TP), Modbus RTU, and N2. character per line display); for intelligent
Protocols and baud rates are DIP switch sensors.
selectable. As additional options are added an I/O 8160
LonWorks optional plug-in communications expander will be needed.
boards
On-board battery-backed real-time clock
enables full stand-alone scheduling
capabilities, as well as historical trend data
storage, and alarm event time-stamping.
Powerful, high-speed 16-bit processor with
1MB Flash memory and 512 KB of battery-
backed RAM.

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I/O 560 Example of I/Os

Universal
Input Description Jumper Setting
1 Supply Air Temperature (Monitor Only) Thermistor/Dry Contact
2 Condenser Leaving Water Temperature Thermistor/Dry Contact
3 Condenser Entering Water Temperature Thermistor/Dry Contact
4 Compr Lckt/Overflow Compr.#1 HP-5 Alarm Compr. #2 Alarm Thermistor/Dry Contact
5 Load Shead* Compr#1Q HP-5 Alarm* Compr#2Q HP4 Alarm Thermistor/Dry Contact
6 Emergency Shut Down External Clock (Start) Dirty Filter (Switch Opt) Thermistor/Dry Contact
Rnet Description Jumper Setting
1 Room/Return Air Temperature (RS Std) or Room Air Temperature/Set- n/a
Point/Override (RS-Pro, Optional)
Digital
Output Description Jumper Setting
1 Supply Fan Start Dry Contact for 24 VAC
2 Compressor Call #1 Dry Contact for 24 VAC
3 Compressor Call #2 or on/off Waterside Economize or on/off Aux. Heat Dry Contact for 24 VAC
4 Reversing Valve or on/off Waterside Economizer or on/off Aux. Heat Dry Contact for 24 VAC
5 Common Alarm Dry Contact for 24 VAC

Options are in italics. Common options are bolded


* Cost add option must be ordered to get multiplexing board
** A minimum of one keypad display must be ordered per project to set required set-points
*** A protocol will be a cost add option

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I/O 583 Example of I/Os

Universal
Input Description Jumper Setting
1 Supply Air Temperature (Monitor Only) Thermistor/ Dry Contact
2 Condenser Leaving Water Temperature Thermistor/ Dry Contact
3 Condenser Entering Water Temperature Thermistor/ Dry Contact
4 Cooling Coil Leaving Air Temperature Sensor Thermistor/ Dry Contact
5 Space or Return Humidity Thermistor/ Dry Contact
Compr #1Q Compr #2 Compr #2Q HP-
6 Load Shead* HP-5 Alarm* Alarm 5 Alarm Thermistor/ Dry Contact
Compr Lckt/ Compr #1 HP- Compr #2Q Compr #2
7 Overflow 5 Alarm HP-5 Alarm Alarm Thermistor/ Dry Contact
Emergency Shut External Dirty Filter Dirty Filter
8 Down Clock (Start) (Switch Opt) (Switch Opt) Thermistor/ Dry Contact

Rnet Description Jumper Setting


1 Room/Return Air Temperature (RS Std) or Room Air n/a
Temperature/Set-Point/Override (RS-Pro, Optional)
Analog
Output Description Jumper Setting
1 Reheat** 0-10VDC
2 Water Side Economizer** 0-10VDC
3 Auxiliary Heat** 0-10VDC
Analog
Output Description Jumper Setting
1 Supply Fan Start Dry Contact for 24 VAC
2 Compressor Call #1 Dry Contact for 24 VAC
3 Compressor Call #2 Dry Contact for 24 VAC
4 Reversing Valve Dry Contact for 24 VAC
5 Common Alarm Dry Contact for 24 VAC

Options are in italics. Common options are bolded.


* Cost add option must be ordered to get multiplexing board
** Requires DC relay for single stage, UCS for multi-stage, or actuator for modulating control
*** A minimum of one keypad display must be ordered per project to set required set-points
**** A protocol will be a cost add option

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I/O 6126
The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dong' Example of I/Os

INPUTS
Point Description
UD #1 +Pulse BMS Supply Air, Duct Static Reset or Room Air Temperature Setpoint
UD #2 Room Air Temperature
UD #3 RTD/Therm /Dry System Sw itch Emergency Shut Dow n Remote Start
UD #4 Contact, 0-10VDC, High Static Low Static VFD in Bypass
UD #5 0-20MA Economizer Lockout Cooling Lockout Heating Lockout
UD #6 Supply Fan Status Compressor Fault Condensate Overflow
UD #7 Duct Static Pressure or Airflow Sw itch
UD #8 Filter Static Pressure or Dirty Filter Sw itch #1
UD #9 Outside Air Temperature (AiSE Only)
UD #10 Condenser Water Temperature
UD #11 Entering Air Temperature or Return Air Temperature (AiSE)
UD #12 Supply Air Temperature
OUTPUTS
Point Description
UO #1 4-20m A, 0-10Vdc Spare
UO #2 Heating Source Control Signal
UO #3 0-10 Vdc Economizer Valve (WiSE)/Damper Control Signal (AiSE)
UO #4 WiSE Bypass Valve Signal
UO #5 Spare
UO#6 Supply Fan VFD Control Signal

DO #1 120 VAC Start Supply Fan


DO #2 FORM C Start Condenser Pump or Sw itch Reversing Valve
DO #3 Field-Lin (MWU or Open Min OA)
DO #4 Common Alarm
DO #5 Compressor Call #2
DO #6 Compressor Call #1

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Options

Code Description
Base Options Sound Packages
A1 QB sound package
A2 SB/compressor sound blanket
A3 QB/ sound package; SB/ compressor sound blanket; FI/ foil backed insulation (1/2)
Extra Controls or Electrical Options
B1 No extra electrical options
B2 TR/ 75VA transformer
B3 Aux contacts/ close with compressor
B4 Aux contacts/close with fan
Aux contacts/close with compressor; TF & SB/ two speed fan selection/toggle switch; TR /75VA
B5 transformer
B6 Aux contacts/close with fan; TF & SB/ two speed fan selection/toggle switch; TR /75VA transformer
B7 TR/ 75VA transformer
Aux contacts/close with fan; TF & SB/ Two speed fan selection/remote signal (24VAC) input; TR/ 75VA
B8 transformer
TR/ 75VA transformer; PP/Phase protectionfan selection/remote signal (24VAC) input; TR/ 75VA
B9 transformer; PP/Phase protection
Aux contacts/close with fan; TF & SB/ Two speed fan selection/remote signal (24VAC) input; TR/ 75VA
B10 transformer; PP/Phase protection
Aux contacts/close with compressor; CT/Switching on fan operation; TR/75VA transformer; PP/Phase
B11 protection
B12 Aux contacts/close with fan; CT/Switching on fan operation; TR/75VA transformer; PP/Phase protection
Refrigeration Sub Packages
C1 Standard/No refrigeration option
C2 HGBP/ Hot gas by pass
C3 HGBP/Hot gas by pass; LF/Air coil freeze protection
C4 HGRH/Hot gas re-heat/on-off control; HGBP/Hot gas by pass; LF/ Air coil freeze protection
Special Packages
D1 SP/Stainless steel drain pan
Dirty Filter Switch Option
E1 Dirty Filter Switch
Leaving Water Temperature Switch
F3 WT/leaving water temp. switch

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Factory Mounted Options A freezestat is available to sense the leaving
water temperature. If the leaving water falls
Mammoth Water-Source Heat Pumps offer below 32F, the freezestat will open the safety
numerous factory-installed options that can help lockout circuit and shut down the compressor.
minimize field labor and enhance system This option is beneficial on well water and city
performance water applications where water temperatures
can drop during the heating season.
Cooling-only units are available for those
applications requiring no heating from the unit. Hot gas bypass control is available to
artificially load the evaporator during cooling to
An extended-range or low temperature option maintain refrigerant suction temperature during
is available on all heat pump units to allow low load conditions. This option includes a hot
heating and cooling operation down to 40F gas bypass valve.
entering water temperature. The package
includes a freezestat water switch, an insulated Hot gas reheat is available to reheat saturated
coaxial heat exchanger and insulated refrigerant air coming off the cooling coil without using and
piping. external heat source.

Cupro-nickel tubes on the inner tube of the A motorized valve is available to shut off the
heat exchanger provide additional corrosion water flow through the unit when the compressor
protection in applications using well or city is off. The valve is a normally open-power close
water. type and will open in the event of power loss.

A sound package includes thick, 1 lb. An optional cleanable filter allows for reusable
density fiberglass insulation on the entire unit, as media
well as the addition of a heavy dampening
material, over the entire bottom panel for A dirty filter switch informs the maintenance
reduced radiated sound levels personnel to change filters. The switch senses
the pressure drop across the filter. In the case of
A field-supplied DDC controller can be factory a dirty filter, the switch closes and sends a
mounted and wired by Mammoth. This allows signal to an LED indicator on the wall
the engineer to specify a specific control thermostat.
manufacturer and achieve simple interface of
the network system A 75 VA transformer replaces the 50VA
transformer for additional power to operate a
The waterside economizer kit allows pre- choice of low voltage controls, accessories or
cooling of the entering air to take advantage of relays, especially in the case of field-supplied
cool loop water and to reduce compressor control systems, which require additional power.
operation during cool weather. The kit includes The 75 VA transformer has a built-in circuit
a two-row water coil, 3-way diverting valve and breaker.
an entering water thermostat to divert the water
through the coil if the temperature is below set
point.

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Field Mounted Options
Thermostats

7 day programmable, 2 stage heat/cool with


(P/N 71116207)
7 day, 5/1/1 day programmable or non-
programmable (installer selectable)
5 day programmable, 1 stage heat/cool 4 time and 4 temperature settings per
(P/N 71116205) program: 2 setbacks (heat and cool) or
selectable 2 time and 2 temperature settings
5/1/1 day or 24-hour programmable models
with 1 setback
4 time and 4 temperature settings per
Easy-to-read 12-in2 touchscreen display
program (heat & cool)
Dual-powered: battery-powered or
Easy-to-read LCD
hardwired with battery back-up
Choice of battery-powered or hardwired

7 day programmable, 2 stage heat/cool with


humidity control (P/N 71116208)
7 day programmable, 2 stage heat/cool
7 day, 5/1/1 day programmable or non-
(P/N 71116206)
programmable (installer selectable)
7, 5/1/1, 5/2 day or 24-hour programmable
4 time and 4 temperature settings per
models
program: 2 setbacks (heat and cool) or
4 time and 4 temperature settings per
selectable 2 time and 2 temperature settings
program (heat & cool)
with 1 setback
Easy-to-read LCD
Humidification and dehumidification control
Choice of battery-powered or hardwired (dehumidification Rh range 40-90% and
humidification Rh range 5-50%)
Easy-to-read 12-in2 touchscreen display
Dual-powered: battery-powered or
hardwired with battery back-up

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Field Mounted Options

Flexible hose kits Deluxe Hose Kits


Flexible hose kits are available in 1/2 inch, 3/4 Fire rated hose. Fiber reinforced EPDM
inch and 1-inch diameters and 24 or 36 inches stainless steel braid hoses with swivel
long. Each hose is constructed of braided connections. Maximum working pressure 400
stainless steel and has NPT steel fittings with a PSI for 1, and 300 PSI for 1 2.
swivel at one end. Hoses are rated at a Ball valves, UltraMatic and UltraY Y-strainer with
minimum 225 psi. drain valve and pressure temperature test port.
Maximum working pressures (600 PSI/ 325F)
Condensate Hose 600W.O.G, body material: Forged brass ASTM
A clear vinyl condensate hose includes clamps B283 1L and Cast Brass ASTM B283
for connection to the condensate drain tube 1S and 2, 20 mesh 304 stainless steel
strainer, chrome plated brass ball. Automatic
flow control UltraMatic accessible cartridge,
Viton O-ring with two pressure temperature test
plugs. Some assembly required.

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Engineering Specification
Each unit shall be capable of starting with 50F
General: Furnish and install water-source heat entering air temperature and 50F entering
pumps as indicated on the plans as listed in the water temperature in the heating mode with ARI
unit schedule. All units must be factory run- water and airflow rates. The reversing valve
tested in both the heating and cooling modes shall be energized in the cooling mode for fail-
with full water flow. All equipment must be safe to the heating mode.
certified for capacity and efficiency by AHRI and
be safety agency listed with ETL. Fan Section: Units up to 6 tons shall have a
direct-drive fan assembly with a multispeed, 5
Unit Construction: The outer casing and 1/2 -inch diameter, six-pole, PSC motor with
internal support parts shall be fabricated from G- internal overload protection and a maximum
60 galvanized steel. All interior metal parts rotational speed of 1,200 rpm. The motor shall
exposed to moisture and cold temperatures shall be isolated from the fan housing with integral
be insulated with acoustic-type, 34-inch, 1.5- flex mounts. Horizontal units shall be capable of
pound, skin-coated fiberglass. The fan section end or straight air discharge arrangement and
shall be separated from the compressor be capable of being reversed in the field.
compartment. A galvanized steel drain pan shall
extend the full length of the air coil and include a Electrical: All electrical components shall be
78-inch copper drain tube extending outside the housed in a separate enclosure with its own
unit casing. A minimum of three removable access door. Controls shall include fan relay,
panels shall provide access to the compressor, compressor contactor, 24-volt transformer,
control box and fan sections. Unit shall have a 1- microprocessor board, and capacitor(s). Each
inch thick throwaway filter located in a filter rack compressor circuit shall have a lockout circuit to
capable of accepting a return air duct disable compressor operation in the event of a
connection. trip of any of the safety switches and to send a
signal to an LED on the wall thermostat. The
Supply and return water connections shall have lockout circuit shall be capable of being reset
female NPT copper fittings located outside the from the wall thermostat or from the main
cabinet for connection to flexible hoses. disconnect switch. Additional electrical
Horizontal units shall have factory-mounted, components shall include a reversing valve.
heavy steel hanger brackets secured to the top
of the unit complete with rubber compression Geothermal Units: Geothermal units shall be
isolators to suspend the unit from the ceiling. applied to ground coupled applications. The
units shall be AHRI/ISO 13256-1 certified for
Refrigeration System: Each unit shall have a operation at 26F to 110F entering brine
sealed refrigerant circuit including a hermetic temperature. The unit shall have insulated
compressor, reversing valve, thermal expansion refrigerant and water piping, insulated coaxial
valve, airside coil, coaxial water-to-refrigerant coil, and a low leaving water temperature
coil, high side and low side access ports and (freezestat) safety switch.
safety controls. The hermetic compressor shall
have thermal overload protection and shall be HP5 Control System: Mammoth offers a
mounted on neoprene isolators as microprocessor-based unit controller and
recommended by the compressor manufacturer. includes features such as:
The airside coil shall be of copper tube, Random start delays the startup of the unit
aluminum-finned construction and rated for 620 5 to 35 seconds after coming off from an
psig. The water-to-refrigerant coil shall be unoccupied or shutdown cycle to prevent all
coaxial design with copper inner tube and steel the units from starting at the same time.
outer tube and rated at 620 psig on the Condensate overflow protection stops
refrigerant side and 400 psig on the water side. compressor operation if the drain pan
Safety controls include a high refrigerant sensor detects moisture at the top of the pan
pressure switch and a low refrigerant pressure to prevent overflow due to clogged or slow-
switch for protection against loss of charge and draining condensate piping.
extreme low temperature operation. Compressor anti-short cycle protection
prevents the compressor from being

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energized for 5 minutes after shutoff to limit Fan interlock makes sure the fan in on
compressor cycling and to extend when the compressor is on
compressor life. Lockout alarm sends a signal to the
Shutdown allows the units to be shutoff with thermostat to illuminate an LED and closes
no compressor or fan operation in the event a set of dry contacts if any of the safety
of an emergency. Shutdown is activated switches trip or if the unit is in shutdown
from a two-wire signal. mode due to a remote signal or to high/low
LED diagnostic display communicates the voltage, auxiliary dry contacts (set of
status of the unit to indicate: normal normally-open and normally-closed) are
operating mode, low voltage condition, high activated when the compressor is on to
voltage condition, shutdown mode, high operate a motorized valve.
pressure/low pressure switch fault, When coupled with the proper thermostat
freezestat fault, and condensate sensor. the HP-5 board is also compatible with the
High and low voltage protection shuts off following features:
the unit in the event the unit voltage is too o Night setback allows heating operation
high or too low in order to protect the at a lower set point to maintain a
internal components from damage. minimum space temperature, which is
Safety lockout prevents compressor activated by a two-wire signal. The fan
operation if any of the safety switches trip: will cycle with the compressor.
high pressure/low pressure switch, o Night setup allows cooling operation at
condensate overflow protection or optional a higher set point to maintain a
freezestat. The unit can be reset from the maximum space temperature, which is
wall thermostat or from the main unit activated by a two-wire signal. The fan
disconnect switch. will cycle with the compressor.
auto reset allows the unit to automatically o Override allows night setback or setup
reset itself three times within a 100 minute modes to be de-activated for 2 hours
period while the unit resumes operation at its
Two-minute startup delay at initial startup daytime set points. Override operation is
and at loss of power activated by a push button on the wall
thermostat.

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Applications and Design Considerations
Boiler/Tower Vertical Closed Loop

Also called a standard, conventional or water loop Vertical loop geothermal systems are ideal for
system, a boiler/tower system uses a two pipe projects with minimum available space. Vertical
water circulating system to add, remove, or bore holes are drilled150 to 400 feet deep
transfer rejected heat to other units throughout the depending on building design considerations. A
building. The system is not geothermal typically plastic polyethylene supply/return pipe is
using a natural gas or electric boiler located in a inserted into the holes and wells are connected
mechanical equipment room to provide heat. A in a parallel reverse return arrangement to allow
cooling tower is used to dissipate waste heat. water to circulate evenly throughout the bore
This system is typically the lowest cost of the loop field. Loop temperatures range from 37F to
options. (AHRI 320 / ISO 13256-1) 95F. (AHRI 330 / ISO 13256-1)

Horizontal Closed Loop Surface Water Closed Loop

Horizontal loop geothermal systems use a series Surface water closed loop geothermal systems
of parallel loops are installed in trenches use a loop that is directly installed in a lake or
approximately 5 feet below the ground. The pond near the building, making it an extremely
piping may be installed using a four-pipe or efficient and cost effective. Bundled
six-pipe design. This system is well suited for polyethylene coils are used in a reverse return
applications where physical space is available design. Care must be taken to ensure the body
between 1,500 and 2,000 square feet/ton of of water will meet building loads. Debris
cooling is required or where bore drilling is problems from flooding or the need for public
prohibitive. (AHRI 330 / ISO 13256-1) access may limit the use of this application.
(AHRI 330 / ISO 13256-1)

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Open Loop Well Water
Do not locate units above noise-sensitive areas
such as offices, meeting rooms, classrooms and
other spaces. If possible, avoid locations above
areas where there is considerable traffic as
service time may be limited during occupied
hours. Placing units above hallways is a typical
location in schools to avoid potential noise
problems with supply and return air ducted to
adjacent classrooms. Such locations may limit
service time during school hours.

Clearance Requirements: The diagram below


shows minimum suggested clearances. Any
additional clearances would be beneficial, but
not always necessary. Units have three access
panels; one panel for the blower, one for the
electrical panel and one for the compressor
Open loop systems use ground water to remove compartment. The requirements on any specific
or add heat to the water loop and are typically unit may increase or be reduced depending on
used in regions where ground water is plentiful. several factors such as maintenance
Water is typically extracted and discharged back requirements and mechanical or electrical
to the aquifer. The major benefit is the constant installation codes. Horizontal unit filters are
well water temperature, approximately 50F, removed from the right or left side with an option
which provides very efficient operation at a for bottom removal. If return air is not ducted,
relatively low installed cost. An intermediate enough clearance will be required to provide for
heat exchanger is added in many cases to adequate airflow.
isolate the loop serving the units from the well
water to reduce maintenance costs. This Horizontal unit clearances
system usually has supply wells and return
wells. Some states have requirements on the
depths of return wells that must be approved by
the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Water should be tested and strainers are
typically required as poor water quality can
increase heat exchanger scaling and suspended
solids can lead to heat exchanger erosion.
(AHRI 325 / ISO 13256-1)

Horizontal Unit Design Considerations

Unit Location and Installation: Units should be


positioned to provide enough clearance to
perform routine maintenance or service. Units
should be located for ease of filter and access
panel removal. Allow the minimum clearances Piping: The unit is usually attached to the
on each side of the unit for routine maintenance supply/return piping using a reverse return
and service. Leave sufficient space on one side arrangement. This includes a flow control
of the filter rack to allow filter removal. device to assure proper water flow for each
zone. A flexible high-pressure hose should be
Each horizontal unit is suspended from the used to connect the system piping to the unit to
ceiling by four threaded rods (provided by simplify installation and provide sound
others) fastened to the unit by a factory provided attenuation. One end of the hose has a swivel
mounting bracket and rubber isolator. The unit fitting for removal of the unit for servicing. The
should be located below building structural system piping design should include supply and
members to assure it is securely mounted in a return shutoff valves to facilitate the removal of
level position.

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one unit for servicing or replacement while the Placing a straight run of duct about the width
system continues to operate. The return valve between fittings will decrease turbulence and
may be used for water flow balancing. It will associated noise. Diffusers located in the
typically have a memory to allow it to adjust to bottom of a trunk duct pose acoustical problems.
the proper position for the required flow upon Volume control dampers should be placed well
reopening. Fixed flow valves can be used to upstream of any air outlets.
replace the memory-type valve. Providing
pressure and temperature ports allows Applications that have a single duct discharge,
measurement of these values during operation. such as hotels, should limit the velocity to a
maximum of 600 fpm. These applications have
Condensate Drain Piping: Condensate piping a short run of discharge duct that must be fully
can be PVC, steel or copper. PVC typically lined with an elbow without turning vanes.
eliminates the need to insulate the pipe to Return air grilles should be located low on the
prevent sweating. A 7/8-inch O.D. factory sidewall and route up to the ceiling plenum. An
supplied copper condensate connection is attenuator placed at the return opening will
located outside the cabinet, allowing connection provide added acoustical protection.
of the condensate hose. The condensate piping
must be trapped (field provided). Piping must be ASHRAE and SMACNA Suggested Supply Air
pitched inch per foot away from the unit. Ducting
Provide a vent after the trap to allow condensate
to drain away from the unit. The vent also
provides a clean out should the trap become
obstructed. Refer to local codes for the correct
condensate piping to drains.

Ductwork and Sound Attenuation: Ceiling


mounted heat pumps virtually always have
discharge ductwork attached to the unit. A collar
is provided on the discharge to facilitate ASHRAE and SMACNA Suggested Return Air
attachment of the ductwork. Good design Ducting
practice requires a flexible connector between
the collar and transition to the main duct system.
This connector attenuates sound from the unit;
especially fan sound levels, and simplifies unit
removal. The filter section is supplied with a
bracket to accommodate return ductwork. A
flexible connector should also be used to
connect the unit to the return ducting to
attenuate unit sound levels and allow ease of
unit removal. Ducted returns are typically used
on acoustically sensitive applications. Return Vertical Unit Design Considerations
ducting should be located at least 12 inches
away from the coil to assure even distribution of Unit Location and Installation: Units are
return air across the coil. For applications that intended for installation in a small mechanical
are especially acoustically sensitive, consider an room or closet. The unit design minimizes sound
acoustic kit that includes additional unit lining levels to allow installation adjacent to occupied
and dampening material beneath the entire unit. spaces. The unit is typically placed in a corner of
the mechanical room or closet. The return is
Ductwork should be lined with an acoustic/ non-ducted and located ninety degrees to the
thermal insulation a minimum of inch. For closet door with access panels facing the door
sensitive installations, use 1-inch insulation a as shown in the drawings below. For application
minimum of five to 10 feet prior to each diffuser. flexibility, Mammoth provides arrangements with
Changes in duct direction such as tees, elbows, the electrical panel, low and control voltage
and internal devices such as dampers that connections located on either side of the when
create airflow turbulence can increase acoustic facing the return air connection.
problems. Minimize these items where possible.

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Locate units for ease of filter and access panel the need to shut down the entire system.
removal. The closet door should extend past Pressure/temperature ports should be provided
the end of the unit to allow for easy filter to allow service personnel to monitor water flow
removal. A field supplied line voltage disconnect and unit operating pressures.
is required for branch circuit protection.
Ductwork and Sound Attenuation: Ductwork
Clearance Requirements: The diagram below should conform to industry standards as listed in
shows minimum suggested clearances. Any the ASHRAE Systems Guide.
additional clearances would be beneficial, but
not always necessary. Units need to be Discharge ductwork should include a non-
accessed on three sides; two panels for the insulated transition from the unit connection to a
compressor and blower, one for the electrical flexible connector at the full duct size, a short
panel and compressor compartment. The run of duct and an elbow internally lined with
requirements on any specific unit may increase insulation but without turning vanes. The main
or be reduced depending on several factors duct tees into branch circuits with discharge
such as maintenance requirements and diffusers.
mechanical or electrical installation codes.
Vertical unit filters are removed from the right or Return air is typically brought in through a grille
left side. If return air is not ducted, enough in the closet door. The door should be located
clearance will be required to provide for ninety degrees from the unit return to eliminate
adequate airflow. any line of sight. Return air can be brought in
through the grille and ducted to the unit with
Vertical unit clearances internally lined acoustic insulation to a flexible
connector at the unit. Sound attenuation is
particularly critical at the unit return.

Return ducting is facilitated through use of a


filter rack that is designed to accept return air
ducting. Return ducting will likely increase the
required width of the closet.

Piping: The supply and return water


connections are located just above the filter to
minimize the required size of the space required
for units. A high pressure, flexible hose is
available to connect the unit to the system hard
piping to dampen the unit operating sound level.
One end of the hose has a swivel fitting to allow
easy removal of the unit. A deluxe hose kit is
available to eliminate the need for final water
balance. Provide supply and return shutoff
valves to allow removal of a single unit without

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Nominal Capacity Horizontal*
Cooling only and ISO 13256-1 Water Loop (Boiler/Tower Systems)
Model HHU - Water Loop (Boiler/Tower)
Size CFM GPM Cooling Heating
Qt Qs kW EER Qt kW COP
009 410 2.4 9,300 7,500 0.7 12.8 11,200 0.7 4.8
013 440 3.3 11,400 8,500 1.0 12.0 15,000 1.0 4.5
016 550 3.8 14,200 11,400 1.0 14.6 16,900 1.0 5.0
019 700 4.5 17,400 13,100 1.2 14.0 21,500 1.3 4.8
024 900 6.0 26,000 20,700 1.6 16.0 29,000 1.7 5.0
030 1100 8.0 30,200 24,400 2.0 15.2 33,000 2.0 4.8
036 1500 9.0 37,700 30,500 2.7 14.2 38,200 2.5 4.6
043 1550 12.0 45,800 33,800 3.0 15.2 48,600 2.9 5.0
052 1700 14.0 50,100 37,300 3.0 16.5 51,900 3.2 4.9
062 1850 16.0 59,700 41,500 4.3 13.9 66,000 4.9 4.2
072 2100 18.0 69,600 50,600 5.0 13.9 76,900 5.3 4.3

Notes:
Rated in accordance with ISO 13256-1 Boiler/Tower. Cooling capacity is based on 80.6F db, 66.2F wb (27/19C) entering air
temperature and 86F (30C) entering water temperature. Heating capacity is based on 68F (20C) entering air temperature and
68F(20C) entering water temperature. GPM = Gallons Per Minute, Qt = Capacity Total (BTUH), Qs = Capacity Sensible (BTUH),
EER = Energy Efficiency Ratio, COP = Coefficient of Performance.

ISO 13256-1 Ground Loop (Geothermal)


Model HLU - Ground Loop (Geothermal)
Size CFM GPM Cooling Heating
Qt Qs kW EER Qt kW COP
009 410 2.4 9,800 7,600 0.7 14.3 6,500 0.63 3.1
013 440 3.3 12,000 8,700 0.9 13.4 8,700 0.89 2.9
016 550 3.8 14,900 11,600 0.9 16.3 9,800 0.90 3.2
019 700 4.5 18,300 13,400 1.2 15.7 12,500 1.20 3.1
024 900 6.0 27,400 21,200 1.5 18.0 16,800 1.5 3.2
030 1100 8.0 31,700 24,900 1.9 16.9 19,100 1.8 3.1
036 1500 9.0 39,600 31,300 2.5 15.9 22,100 2.2 2.9
043 1550 12.0 48,200 34,700 2.8 17.0 28,200 2.57 3.2
052 1700 14.0 52,700 38,300 2.9 18.4 30,100 2.82 3.1
062 1850 16.0 62,800 42,600 4.0 15.6 38,300 4.32 2.6
072 2100 18.0 73,200 51,900 4.7 15.5 44,600 4.74 2.8

Notes:
Rated in accordance with ISO 13256-1 -- Ground Loop. Cooling capacity is based on 80.6F db, 66.2F wb (27/19C) entering air
temperature and 77F (25C) entering water temperature. Heating capacity is based on 68F (20C) entering air temperature and
32F (0C) entering water temperature. GPM = Gallons Per Minute, Qt = Capacity Total (BTUH), Qs = Capacity Sensible (BTUH),
EER = Energy Efficiency Ratio, COP = Coefficient of Performance.

* Please refer to Mammoths WSHP selection software for accurate performance at the precise entering conditions of your
project. The capacity data above is provided using minimum and maximum entering water temperatures as an example
only.

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Nominal Capacity Vertical*


Cooling only and ISO 13256-1 Water Loop (Boiler/Tower Systems)
Model VHU - Water Loop (Boiler/Tower)
Size CFM GPM Cooling Heating
Qt Qs kW EER Qt kW COP
012 440 3.3 11,600 8,200 0.9 13.8 12,900 0.9 4.5
024 900 6.0 23,400 17,200 1.7 13.5 30,000 1.8 4.8
030 1,100 8.0 27,600 20,200 2.1 13.0 35,300 2.2 4.8
036 1,500 9.0 35,400 27,600 2.7 13.0 38,300 2.5 4.6
043 1,550 12.0 41,200 31,500 3.3 12.7 48,700 3.2 4.5
052 1,700 14.0 50,900 37,700 3.2 16.1 53,500 3.2 5.0
062 1,850 16.0 61,900 43,500 4.2 14.9 68,900 4.7 4.4
072 2,100 18.0 66,100 48,000 5.3 12.5 80,500 5.7 4.2

Notes:
Rated in accordance with ISO 13256-1 Boiler/Tower. Cooling capacity is based on 80.6F db, 66.2F wb (27/19C) entering air
temperature and 86F (30C) entering water temperature. Heating capacity is based on 68F (20C) entering air temperature and
68F(20C) entering water temperature. GPM = Gallons Per Minute, Qt = Capacity Total (BTUH), Qs = Capacity Sensible (BTUH),
EER = Energy Efficiency Ratio, COP = Coefficient of Performance.

ISO 13256-1 Ground Loop (Geothermal)


Model VLU - Water Loop (Boiler/Tower)
Size CFM GPM Cooling Heating
Qt Qs kW EER Qt kW COP
012 440 3.3 12,200 8,800 0.8 15.3 7,500 0.76 2.9
024 900 6.0 24,300 18,400 1.6 15.0 17,400 1.70 3.1
030 1,100 8.0 28,600 21,400 2.0 14.4 20,400 2.00 3.1
036 1,500 9.0 37,100 29,400 2.6 14.5 22,200 2.22 2.9
043 1,550 12.0 43,200 33,500 3.1 14.1 28,300 2.88 2.9
052 1,700 14.0 53,300 40,100 3.0 17.9 31,100 2.85 3.2
062 1,850 16.0 64,800 46,300 3.9 16.6 40,000 4.17 2.8
072 2,100 18.0 69,300 51,000 5.0 13.9 46,700 5.10 2.7

Notes:
Rated in accordance with ISO 13256-1 -- Ground Loop. Cooling capacity is based on 80.6F db, 66.2F wb (27/19C) entering air
temperature and 77F (25C) entering water temperature. Heating capacity is based on 68F (20C) entering air temperature and
32F (0C) entering water temperature. GPM = Gallons Per Minute, Qt = Capacity Total (BTUH), Qs = Capacity Sensible (BTUH),
EER = Energy Efficiency Ratio, COP = Coefficient of Performance.

* Please refer to Mammoths WSHP selection software for accurate performance at the precise entering conditions of your
project. The capacity data above is provided using minimum and maximum entering water temperatures as an example
only.

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Application Limits
Water Temperature (F)

Standard Range Low Tem perature Geotherm al


COOLING HEATING COOLING HEATING
0 0 0 0
MINIMUM WATER TEMPERATURE 50 F 50 F 40 F 25 F
0 0 0 0
MAXIMUM WATER TEMPERATURE 110 F 90 F 110 F 90 F

Air Temperature (F)

Standard Range Low Tem perature Geotherm al


COOLING HEATING COOLING HEATING
0 0 0 0
MINIMUM AMBIENT AIR TEMPERATURE 50 F 50 F 50 F 50 F
0 0 0 0
MAXIMUM AMBIENT AIR TEMPERATURE 110 F 110 F 110 F 110 F
0 0 0 0
MINIMUM ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURE 65 F 50 F 65 F 60 F
0 0 0 0
MAXIMUM ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURE 100 F 80 F 100 F 90 F

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Submittal Data Horizontal Sizes 009 to 072, Right Hand

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Submittal Data Horizontal Sizes 009 to 072, Right Hand with Waterside
Economizer Coil

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Economizer Coil

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Economizer Coil

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Submittal Data Horizontal Sizes 009 to 072, Left Hand

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Submittal Data Horizontal Sizes 009 to 072, Left Hand

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Submittal Data Horizontal Sizes 009 to 072, Left Hand

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Submittal Data Horizontal Sizes 009 to 072, Left Hand with Waterside
Economizer Coil

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Submittal Data Horizontal Sizes 009 to 072, Left Hand with Waterside
Economizer Coil

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Submittal Data Horizontal Sizes 009 to 072, Left Hand with Waterside
Economizer Coil

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Submittal Data Horizontal Sizes 009 to 072, Left Hand with Waterside
Economizer Coil

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Submittal Data Vertical Sizes 012 to 072, Right Hand

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Submittal Data Vertical Sizes 012 to 072, Right Hand

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Submittal Data Vertical Sizes 012 to 072, Right Hand

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Submittal Data Vertical Sizes 012 to 072, Right Hand

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Submittal Data Vertical Sizes 012 to 072, Right Hand with Waterside
Economizer Coil

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Submittal Data Vertical Sizes 012 to 072, Right Hand with Waterside
Economizer Coil

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Submittal Data Vertical Sizes 012 to 072, Right Hand with Waterside
Economizer Coil

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Submittal Data Vertical Sizes 012 to 072, Right Hand with Waterside
Economizer Coil

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Submittal Data Vertical Sizes 012 to 072, Left Hand

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Submittal Data Vertical Sizes 012 to 072, Left Hand

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Submittal Data Vertical Sizes 012 to 072, Left Hand

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Submittal Data Vertical Sizes 012 to 072, Left Hand

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Submittal Data Vertical Sizes 012 to 072, Left Hand with Waterside
Economizer Coil

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Submittal Data Vertical Sizes 012 to 072, Left Hand with Waterside
Economizer Coil

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Submittal Data Vertical Sizes 012 to 072, Left Hand with Waterside
Economizer Coil

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Submittal Data Vertical Sizes 012 to 072, Left Hand with Waterside
Economizer Coil

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Notes

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Notes

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