A Classroom Choice in HVAC Classroom, a unit ventilator has been the cost effective way to heat and cool schools for over half a century. Many schools choose a classroom unit ventilator because of their ability to heat, cool and ventilate, as well as their durable cabinet design and small foot print.
Because the unit ventilator is a single-space system, one unit installed in the classroom handles only that room's airflow, thus minimizing the potential for cross contamination between classrooms. The ceiling-hung, ducted, horizontal unit ventilator may provide benefits in sound sensitive applications. The horizontal equipment can be located above the ceiling and away from direct contact with students. They may also be located in a corridor or mezzanine, then ducted into the classroom.
Properly designed supply- and return-air ducts can help attenuate HVAC equipment and air noise. Locating the units outside of the classroom can also improve access and serviceability of the equipment. Trane unit ventilators are ETL listed, and ARI-840 certified insuring peek performance to meet today’s classroom habitat.
Paint Color Chips
A color chart for paint selections for the unit ventilator, console,
and vertical stack heat pump products are shown below. All cabinet
parts are cleaned, phosphatized, and painted with a baked powder
finish in one of the following decorator colors. Colors options vary
for each product. Please see catalog selections for specific color
Note: Colors are a representation only.
|Unit Size||CFM||Sensible Cooling MBH||Total Cooling MBH|
Note: For 80°F dry bulb/67°F wet bulb mixture air condition, 45°F EWT, 10°F WTR