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AHU AIR HANDLING UNIT is a registered trademark of Dogu Iklimlendirme A.S


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Venues Breathe with Dogu HVAC Systems! Dogu HVAC Systems which had started to produce ventilation and air-conditioning equipments in İzmir in 1999, produce two main segments as air outlet equipments and air handling units in accordance with European norms (DIN,EN). Dogu puts the devices on the market with ‘’Four Season’’ brand. Dogu HVAC Systems which is in business within 45.000m² open area with 2 factory, has 120 different types of products. It brings new products to the sector producing Make-up Kitchen Hoods, Laminar Flow Ceiling, One Piece Square Ceiling Diffuser. Our R&D journey started in 2004 with the first project of producing Make-up Kitchen Hood is followed by producing dozens of other new products that were designed by special software like Ansys Fluent® and Solidworks® today.


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AHU - Air Handling Unit Venues Breathe With Us. General specifications FOUR SEASON air handling units are manufactured in 30 different models. The airflow range is 900 m3/h – 79.950 m3/h for air handling units intended for cooling and heating whereas it is 900-106.600 m3/h for air handling units intended for only heating. AHU NO : 06.11.330 RANGE : KKS DIN 1946-4 VDI 6022 EN 13053 FOUR SEASON air handling units have a modular structure and double-skin panels. They can be produced using panels having 50 mm or 60 mm thickness and as rock-wool, glass-wool or polyurethane insulated depending on the demand and application. The external surface is steel plate painted in standard RAL 9002 color whereas galvanized, painted or stainless steel plates can be used for internal surface depending on the demand and application. The smooth internal surface allows for easy cleaning and prevents accumulation of dust. The frame of FOUR SEASON air handling units with 50 mm panel thickness has a strong structure formed by specially designed aluminum profiles, coated with electrostatic powder paint and connected by plastic corner elements, while the frame of FOUR SEASON air handling units with 60 mm panel thickness is specially designed steel profiles, coated with electrostatic powder paint and connected by plastic corner elements. EPDM-based seals are used to prevent air leakage. The filters are selected considering the environment where the unit will be operated and the requirements of the process. Air bypass is prevented by special designs and higher efficiency is obtained on coils and filters. Depending on demand, plate type, rotary type or run around coil type heat recovery units are used to ensure energy efficiency which is an important matter today. Fan-motor group is selected considering the air volume and total static pressure to ensure maximum efficiency. The fans can be forward curved, backward curved, airfoil or plug type depending on the intended use and the desired design criteria. Only the fans with certified performance tests are used. The motors with degree of protection IP55, efficiency class IE2 (EFF1) and compliant with CE norms are used as standard. The dampers used in air handling units are made from aluminum profile, aluminum blades and plastic-based gears. The gears are located outside the airflow. The specially designed elastic seals ensure air tightness between damper blades. 1


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AHU - Air Handling Unit Casing Structure Specially drawn aluminum profiles for air handling units with 50mm panel thickness, roll-formed steel profiles for air handling units with 60mm panel thickness, intermediate profiles and panels are used in the “Four Season” air handling unit. Aluminum and steel profiles are electrostatic powder painted. The profiles are connected with specially-designed plastic corners. The panels are produced in standard dimensions and as double skin. Rock-wool, glass-wool or polyurethane is used inside the panels as insulation material. The thickness of the panel is 50 mm or 60 mm. The outer skin of the panels is painted to RAL 9002 color as standard and is coated with protective film whereas the inner skin is made from galvanized, stainless or painted steel plates. The thickness of the plate is 0,8 to 1,2 mm. The panels can be dismounted outside the unit. The unit is designed to have a completely smooth internal surface. The panels are directly connected to the profiles with self-drilling screws. EPDM-based sealing gaskets are used between the panels and profiles. Intermediate profiles are used between panels. The intermediate profiles are also filled with insulation material. Air tight service doors are mounted where necessary on the unit. Service doors can be produced to have inspection window depending on demand and intended use (hygienic, etc.). The base of the unit can be produced as a single part or to have multiple cell-based parts according to the size of the unit. Air handling units with drain pan (for example unit with cooling coil) are placed on 200 mm high base frame and other units 80 or 100mm high base frame as standard. There are holes on the base frame for lifting intended for easy transport. For the outdoor units, there are special roofs designed to protect the unit from outdoor weather conditions. The air handling unit can be transported as sections or as completely dismounted for easy transportation and it can be re-assembled on site. Special connection elements are used to connect the sections on site. Special EPDM seals are used to provide air tightness between sections. Accessories Accessories such as lighting, inspection window, manometer, flexible connection at discharge and suction openings, siphon, repair switch, damper motor and rain protection are available at Four Season air handling units on request. 2


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Filters Whole cross section of Four Season air handling units are used as filtering area in compliance with international standard filter dimensions. The filters are easily mountable and dismountable. Air leakage is prevented thanks to optimal design. There is a service door located on the filter cells for maintenance and replacement. There are optional manometer, Iighting and inspection window. Considering indoor air quality in air handling units, there are different types of filters coming in different efficiency levels. Typically, these are panel filter, bag filter, metal filter, active carbon-filter, compact filter and hepa filter. Panel filters are used as pre-filters. The material of the filter is synthetic or metallic. Metal filters can retain oil. The classes of the filters we use are G2, G3 and G4 for synthetic filters and G2 and G3 for metallic filters. Bag filters are used for highly-efficient air filtration. Their dust holding capacity is quite high. They should be used together with a pre-filter to extend their service life. The bag length range is 360 mm, 500 mm and 600 mm depending on the air volume. The classes of the filters we use are G4, M5, M6, F7 and F8. Compact filters are highly-efficient filters. They should be used together with a pre-filter. Since their depth is 292 mm, these filters occupy a little space in the unit. It is possible to equally distribute the air on the whole surface of the filter due to the structure of the filter. The classes of the filters we use are M6, F7, F8, and F9 Hepa filters should be preferred for hygienic environments. They are very high efficiency filters. These filters are assembled after the ventilator and should absolutely be used along with a pre-filter. The classes of the filters we use are H13 and H14. Active carbon-filters are used to suction the molecules of foul gasses or vapors in the air (exhaust fumes, rubber odor, alcohol, hydrocarbon, chlorine and other odors dispersed from chemical production processes). There is an alternative model designed for the suction of odors such as hydrogen sulfite and sulfur dioxide dispersed from other industrial processes. They should be used along with a pre-filter to extend their service life. Inlet – Mixing – Outlet Sections Dampers The damper sections are sized according to the air velocity. As a standard, airfoil type and opposed blade dampers are used. The casing and blades of the damper are aluminum. Air leakage is minimized by means of the seals at the edges of blades. Dampers are produced to be for manual use or with servomotor. Servomotor, rain hood and flexible connectors can be included optionally. Damper sizes are standard as per the type of the air handling unit and designed to allow for the passage of 100% air volume. AHU - Air Handling Unit 3


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AHU - Air Handling Unit 4 Heat Recovery System Today, energy efficiency is an important matter. Therefore, the use of heat recovery systems in air handling units is gradually increasing. Run around coil type, plate type and rotary type heat recovery systems are used in Four Season air handling units. The efficiency generally ranges between 30-50% for run around coil type, 40-60% for plate type and 60-80% for rotary type. Run Around Coil Type Heat Recovery The heat transfer with double-coil type heat recovery is performed by the fluid circulating in the coils of the supply and exhaust units in a closed cycle. The heat is first transferred from air to water and then from water to air. There is no risk of mixing exhaust air to supply air. Ethylene glycol is used in the areas where there is a risk of freezing. There is a need of circulation pump and balance tank for the system. There is a drain pan used on the exhaust side. Plate Type Heat Recovery Cross-flow plate type heat recovery units provide the heat transfer between the fresh air and the exhaust air without moving parts. It can allow for complete tightness even in high pressure differences. It can operate at temperatures ranging between -30°C and 90°C. The plates are made of aluminum, epoxy-coated aluminum or stainless steel. They are manufactured with by-pass dampers to prevent freezing in low temperatures. A drain pan is used in the exhaust side. Rotary Type Heat Recovery They are compact and have high thermal efficiency. The heat transfer is actualized via the aluminum plates in wavy plate form. The rotation of the rotor is performed by the electric motor with a V- belt drive. They can generally be categorized in 3 types: 1- Condensation rotors: Standard condensation rotor transfers sensible energy. It is a cost effective solution for heat recovery. 2- Sorption rotors: Sorption rotor transfers sensible and latent energy. With their special surface coating or surface shape high humidity transfer is achieved. Reduces the cooling capacity by drying and cooling the external air, therefore provides significant amounts of energy savings since low capacity cooling groups are used. 3- Enthalpy rotors: Enthalpy rotor transfers high sensible and limited latent energy. Rotor diameter is between 250-5000 mm. It takes little space due to its compact structure. Temperature efficiency of the rotors has been optimized for 12 rpm. Rotation control can be performed with a frequency convertor if capacity control for varying climate conditions is desired. Capacity control request has to be pointed out when placing the order. There is no risk of freezing.


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Determining the Fan Position in Air Handling Units with Rotary Type Heat Recovery Due to the rotation of the rotor, a part of the exhaust air remains in the rotor. Without a purge zone a certain amount of exhaust air will always be carried over to the supply air. This can be prevented with a correctly dimensioned purge zone. The purge zone is located on the supply air side, after the rotor. According to EN308 and ARI 1060 rate of carryover is maximum 3 %. Amount of carryover on a properly configured and pressurized rotor which is produced with a standard purge zone is 0,5 % and below. Purge zone angle depending on fan positions and pressure difference is indicated on the chart. Fresh Air Exhaust AHU - Air Handling Unit Purge Zone Fan Position, Pressure Difference and Purge Zone Fan Position P < 200 Pa P 200~500 Pa Fresh Air Exhaust Purge Zone Not Required Purge Zone Standart 5° P 500~800 Pa 800 Pa < P Purge Zone 2.5° Not Recommended Fresh Air Exhaust Purge Zone Not Required Purge Zone Standart 5° Purge Zone 2.5° Not Recommended Fresh Air Exhaust Purge Zone Not Required Purge Zone Standart 5° 2.5° Purge Zone Not Recommended Fresh Air Exhaust Not Recommended (Fresh Air and Return Air Pressure Difference) 5


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AHU - Air Handling Unit 6 Electric Heater Electric Heater is used optionally on Four Season Air Handling Units. Additionally, it is also used on air handling unit inlets in areas with high risk of freezing. It is also used on air handling unit outlets of systems which need instant heating. Electric heater casing is made of galvanized or stainless steel optionally. All components are rustproof material. Protection class is IP43. It can be step or proportional controlled. It holds CE certification. The heaters have automatic-reset limit thermostat and manual-reset safety thermostat as standard. If the heater is above 30 Kw, the air handling unit’s fan is recommended to be kept running for 2-3 more minutes after the power is cut off. If the air handling u nit is equipped with an electric heater, it is a requirement to take precautions to cut-out the electric heater in situations where the fan does not run or runs at very low speeds (below 1,5 m/s). Heating and Cooling Coils Heating and cooling is carried out by coils. Coil pipes can be copper or steel while the fins can be aluminum, copper, steel, epoxy coated aluminum or epoxy coated copper. Direct expansion coils are manufactured as copper pipealuminum fins while the collectors are copper. Coil casing is made of galvanized steel plate. Test pressure for the coils is 20 bars. Pipe inlet-outlet connections on hot and cold water coils are threaded, pipe inlet-outlet connections on high temperature hot water and steam coils are flanged. Coils are mounted on slide rails to be taken out easily for maintenance purposes. The air passes only through the coil surface with the special by-pass plates. Air and water flow direction is designed as counter flow to obtain high efficiency. Water enters the coil on air leaving side at the bottom and leaves the coil on the air entering side at the top, on hot and cold water coils. Coil surface has been increased on cooling coils thanks to the special drain pan design. Double slope drain pan is made of stainless steel. After the cooling coil, a droplet eliminator is used to prevent water droplets to be carried with the air. Coil Pipe Connection and Service Door Directions Air Flow Direction Coil Pipe connection Depending on the Air Flow Direction RIGHT Service Door Depending on the Air Flow Direction RIGHT Air Flow Direction Coil Pipe connection Depending on the Air Flow Direction RIGHT Service Door Depending on the Air Flow Direction LEFT Air Flow Direction Coil Pipe connection Depending on the Air Flow Direction LEFT Service Door Depending on the Air Flow Direction LEFT Air Flow Direction Coil Pipe connection Depending on the Air Flow Direction LEFT Service Door Depending on the Air Flow Direction RIGHT


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Steam Humidifiers The humidifier produces steam from tap water using electrical energy. It is microprocessor controlled. Steam received from the humidifier unit humidifies the air using the steam distribution pipes within the air handling unit. There are many models ranging from 1,5 – 130 kg/h that operate with on-off or proportional controls. Evaporative Humidifiers A circulation pump sends the water on the humidifying media and some of the water is absorbed by the media. As the supply air passes through the media some of the water evaporates on contact with air and humidifies air. The efficiency of the humidifiers that are used are 65 %, 85 % and 95 %. Separators are installed after the humidifier at air speeds above 3,5 m/s. Atomizer Humidifiers Atomizer humidifiers pump water at high pressure through stainless steel nozzles to produce a very fine and uniform fog. It doesn’t require the use of a compressor or installation of a compressed air line. The system requires a water treatment device. There are models ranging from 60-500 kg/h. operating with or without inverter. The humidifier operates with demineralized water. Energy consumption is just 4 watts per kg/h humidification. The system is in compliance with the hygiene standard VDI 6022. Sound Attenuators Noise level which is a significant factor in ventilation systems is reduced to an acceptable level with the aid of silencers. Insertion loss of the attenuators varies depending on the length of the splitters and frequency. Attenuator sections consist of splitters in which rock wool is placed within the galvanized or stainless steel frame. Sound attenuator components are designed to be able to resist deformation at an air speed of up to 20 m/s. 6 different Sound Attenuator lengths are offered with the Four Season air handling units. Insertion losses for sound attenuator lengths are shown in the following charts: AHU - Air Handling Unit Insertion Losses for Sound Attenuators length Splitter Length (mm) 63 hz Insertion loss (dB) 125 hz 250 hz 500 hz 1000 hz 2000 hz 4000 hz 8000 hz 620 930 1240 1550 1860 2170 2 3 4 4 5 6 5 12 12 14 11 9 8 8 18 18 20 16 11 9 11 23 24 26 19 13 11 13 29 30 32 23 15 12 16 34 36 38 26 16 14 19 40 41 43 29 18 15 7


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AHU - Air Handling Unit Fans and Motors There are various fan types and sizes in accordance with the air flow and the total static pressure. Fans are in compliance with the International standards and have been statically and dynamically balanced. Fans can be forward curved, backward curved, airfoil blade or plug, depending on the intended use and the customer’s preference. Fan-motor group should be selected considering high efficiency, low noise level and minimum energy consumption, depending on the air flow and total static pressure. Fan-motor group is connected to the unit with spring isolators and flexible connections to prevent vibration. V-belts and pulleys with taper bush are standard in our air handling units while it is possible to use adjustable pulleys on request. SPZ, SPA, SPB and SPC belt types are available. A special mechanism tensions the belt. There is a service door with lock on the fan section for service and maintenance purposes. Direct drive plug fans are used for especially in hygienic applications. The motors with degree of protection IP55, efficiency class IE2 (EFF1) and compliant with CE norms are used as standard. They are single speed as standard and but double speed motors are available also. A frequency convertor can be provided for motor speed control. Inlet / Outlet Position Outlet Inlet Outlet Inlet Inlet Outlet Inlet Outlet Inlet from Side Outlet from Side Inlet from Side Outlet from Top Inlet from Top Outlet from Top Outlet Inlet from Top Outlet from Side Inlet Outlet Inlet Inlet Inlet from Bottom Outlet from Side Outlet Inlet from Side Outlet from Bottom Inlet Inlet from Bottom Outlet from Top Outlet Inlet from Top Outlet from Bottom Diffuser Diffusers are used after the fan if there are components like filters, coils and sound attenuators after the fan, in order to allow for the equal distribution of air on these components. 8


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AHU - Air Handling Unit Controller and Control Functions Function - Equipment Definition Emergency stop button Electric terminal box on the outer wall of the unit Automatic Control Electronic control panel Duct type temperature sensor Duct type humidity sensor Valve servomotors Damper servomotors Frequency converters Emergency stop button which stops the fan in case of an emergency Electric motor cables are wired to a terminal box on the outer wall of the unit to make on site electrical connections easy. Air temperature control at the point or points desired Humidity control at the point or points desired Control of two-way and three-way valves Control of dampers Control of air pressure Microprocessor Control Microprocessor Duct type temperature sensor Duct type humidity sensor Differential pressure transmitter Valve servomotors Damper servomotors Frequency converters -Air volume is controlled. The pressure between two locations can be controlled. In case the desired volume is not attained (blocking, failure, contamination), alarm data is generated. - Adjustment of desired fan volume flow rate according to the operating altitude and temperature. - The algorithms of pre-heating, heating and cooling can be performed according to inlet, outlet or pre-heating temperatures as desired. The limit of the outlet temperature can be controlled. - Contamination of all filters used can be detected and alarm data is generated. - Efficient operating conditions are attained by means of DX coil control. - It is possible to see and change all parameters via terminal located on the unit. - All units can be communicated as a network. - Operation and configuration parameters can be password-protected. - Audio and visual alarm data can be provided. - Daily, weekly start-stop timing can be performed. - Turkish and English language options are available. - All system can be connected to a computer via additional equipment; it can be managed and accessed via internet. - When the configuration of the unit is changed, its parameters can be easily reconfigured (addition of humidifier, changes of valve or damper control type, changes of dehumidifier or fan control type etc.) - Temperature control can be performed parametrically, proportionally, proportional + integral or proportional + integral + differential. - The compensation can be made according to outdoor temperature and adjusted parametrically. - The control of the fans can be maintained parametrically, thermostatically, continually, stepwise or proportionally. - The starting type of fan motors can be adjusted parametrically (direct, star/delta). - Each component can be operated and tested one by one. - All kinds of alarm data is kept in the memory (Differential pressure switches, thermal relay, sensor, emergency stop, etc.) - It can be integrated to the building automation system via all known communication languages (Modbus, BACnet, Lon-ECHELON, LAN TCP/IP, SNMP) with an additional equipment. Standard - S Optional - OPT * A power board can be installed together with automation board. It can be located on the unit itself or an external type can be preferred if demanded. 9


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AHU - Air Handling Unit Selection Procedure The selection and design of Four Season brand air handling units and the generation of the technical report including the performance data can be easily accomplished via FOUR SEASON KSSP air handling unit selection program. Using the air handling unit selection program: You can determine the optimum model after seeing the air velocities on the coil surface and unit cross-section for different unit models depending on the required air flow. You can lay together the components you select and form the unit you prefer. You can define the accessories for each component. When choosing the components, you can see the brand and model alternatives, if any, along with their price ratio, and you can choose the most suitable components in terms of efficiency, price, etc. You can decide the number of sections of your unit and define the maximum section length. You can see the dimensions and weights of the unit sections. You can see the technical report including the price, schematic drawing and required data of the unit you choose. The selection procedure is given below: Selecting Model The model depends on the unit sizes based on the air volume. Once the insulation thickness (50 mm or 60 mm) and the air volume is determined based on the operation (heating, cooling, ventilating), model can be selected via the air handling unit selection program. The available models are listed in table 1 on page 11. Selecting Coils Coils can be easily selected via the air handling unit selection program for desired capacities or temperatures. Four Season coil dimensions are standard based on the unit sizes. You can find a table about dimensions on page 12 in table 2. Coils shall be installed before fans and it is recommended that filters should be used before coils to protect coil from dusts, impurities etc. and keep it clean and provide it long life. Selecting Filters The filter selection depends on the desired air quality. The optimum filter selection can be made via the air handling unit selection program based on the job needs. You can see the filter classes in table 4 (EN779:2012), table 5 and table 6 (EN1822:2010)on pages 13,14. Filters shall be installed before fans, coils, heat exchangers, humidifiers. Fine filters and high efficiency filters shall be installed after a coarse filter to provide their long life. Selecting Humidifiers OEM type steam humidifiers are being used in Four Season Air Handling Units and can be selected via the air handling unit selection program. Multiple humidifiers can be used based on job needs. You can find information about humectation capacities on pages 15,16 in table 7,8,9. Selecting Sound Attenuators The right muffler between 6 different sized mufflers can be selected via the air handling unit selection program based on job needs. You can see The Sound Attenuators Sound Absorption Capacities Table on page 7. The sound attenuators shall be installed in return or supply units, after or before fans. Selecting Fans The fan selection can be easily made via the air handling unit selection program based on the air flow and total static pressure. Total static pressure depends on job requirements and pressure drops of components being used in the air handling unit. Forward curved, backward curved and aerofoil fans are available for Four Season Air Handling Units. The fan rating curves of our most used fans are on pages 17-39. You can find information about fan and motor arrangements of our most used fans on pages 40,41. in table 10,11,12,13. Fan parameters should be calculated at sea level. 10


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Model Information AHU - Air Handling Unit MODELS 50 mm KKS-50 062 - 046 KKS-50 062 - 062 KKS-50 077 - 062 KKS-50 093 - 062 KKS-50 077 - 077 KKS-50 093 - 077 KKS-50 124 - 062 KKS-50 093 - 093 KKS-50 124 - 077 KKS-50 124 - 093 KKS-50 124 - 108 KKS-50 155 - 093 KKS-50 124 - 124 KKS-50 155 - 108 KKS-50 155 - 124 KKS-50 186 - 124 KKS-50 155 - 155 KKS-50 186 - 155 KKS-50 217 - 155 KKS-50 186 - 186 KKS-50 217 - 186 KKS-50 248 - 186 KKS-50 217 - 217 KKS-50 248 - 217 KKS-50 279 - 217 KKS-50 310 - 217 KKS-50 248 - 248 KKS-50 279 - 248 KKS-50 310 - 248 KKS-50 341 - 248 60 mm KKS-60 062 - 046 KKS-60 062 - 062 KKS-60 077 - 062 KKS-60 093 - 062 KKS-60 077 - 077 KKS-60 093 - 077 KKS-60 124 - 062 KKS-60 093 - 093 KKS-60 124 - 077 KKS-60 124 - 093 KKS-60 124 - 108 KKS-60 155 - 093 KKS-60 124 - 124 KKS-60 155 - 108 KKS-60 155 - 124 KKS-60 186 - 124 KKS-60 155 - 155 KKS-60 186 - 155 KKS-60 217 - 155 KKS-60 186 - 186 KKS-60 217 - 186 KKS-60 248 - 186 KKS-60 217 - 217 KKS-60 248 - 217 KKS-60 279 - 217 KKS-60 310 - 217 KKS-60 248 - 248 KKS-60 279 - 248 KKS-60 310 - 248 KKS-60 341 - 248 Unit Inner Cross-Sectional Dimensions (mm) W 620 620 775 930 775 930 1240 930 1240 1240 1240 1550 1240 1550 1550 1860 1550 1860 2170 1860 2170 2480 2170 2480 2790 3100 2480 2790 3100 3410 H 465 620 620 620 775 775 620 930 775 930 1085 930 1240 1085 1240 1240 1550 1550 1550 1860 1860 1860 2170 2170 2170 2170 2480 2480 2480 2480 Airflow Range (m3/h) Heating Cooling Ventilating minimum 926 1234 1646 2057 2265 2831 2880 3345 3963 4683 5404 6022 6481 6947 8332 10184 10651 13018 15384 15281 18059 20837 21397 24689 27981 31272 28553 32360 36167 39974 Cooling maximum 1852 2469 3292 4115 4530 5662 5761 6691 7927 9367 10807 12043 12962 13895 16665 20368 21301 26035 30769 30561 36118 41675 42794 49378 55961 62545 57105 64719 72333 79947 Heating Ventilating maximum 2469 3292 4389 5486 6039 7549 7681 8921 10569 12489 14409 16057 17282 18526 22220 27158 28402 34713 41025 40748 48157 55566 57059 65837 74615 83393 76140 86292 96444 106596 Table – 1


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AHU - Air Handling Unit Coil Dimensions Data MODEL 062 - 046 062 - 062 077 - 062 093 - 062 077 - 077 093 - 077 124 - 062 093 - 093 124 - 077 124 - 093 124 - 108 155 - 093 124 - 124 155 - 108 155 - 124 186 - 124 155 - 155 186 - 155 217 - 155 186 - 186 217 - 186 248 - 186 217 - 217 248 - 217 279 - 217 310 - 217 248 - 248 279 - 248 310 - 248 341 - 248 No of Tubes In Height 12 16 16 16 22 22 16 26 22 26 30 26 36 30 36 36 46 46 46 54 54 54 64 64 64 64 74 74 74 74 Finned Length LL (mm) 450 450 595 750 600 750 1050 750 1050 1050 1050 1350 1050 1350 1350 1650 1350 1650 1950 1650 1950 2250 1950 2250 2550 2850 2250 2550 2850 3150 Coil Dimensions Casing Length LR (mm) 535 535 680 835 680 835 1135 835 1135 1135 1135 1435 1135 1435 1435 1735 1435 1735 2035 1735 2005 2335 2035 2335 2635 2935 2335 2635 2935 3235 Overall Length LD (mm) 610 610 765 920 765 920 1230 920 1230 1230 1230 1540 1230 1540 1540 1850 1540 1850 2160 1850 2160 2470 2160 2470 2780 3090 2470 2780 3090 3400 Finned Height LH (mm) 381 508 508 508 698,5 698,5 508 825,5 698,5 825,5 952,5 825,5 1143 952,5 1143 1143 1460,5 1460,5 1460,5 1714,5 1714,5 1714,5 2032 2032 2032 2032 2349,5 2349,5 2349,5 2349,5 Overall Height HR (mm) 431 578 578 578 749 749 578 896 749 896 1023 896 1213 1023 1213 1213 1511 1511 1511 1819 1819 1819 2137 2137 2137 2137 2391 2391 2391 2391 * This table is available for 32x28 coil geometry (32: Tubes Spacing in mm, 28: Rows Spacing in mm). 12


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Coils Dimensions Data Casing Depth (TR) depends on header diameter and no of rows and these two depends on desired capacities. A table about Casing Depth (TR) based on header diameter and no of rows according to 32x28 coil geometry is given below in table – 3. AHU - Air Handling Unit Casing Depth TR (Mm) HEADER Casing Depth TR (Mm) DIAMETER 1 2 34 5 1" 1 1/4" 1 12" 2" 2 1/2" 3" 4" 110 110 145 180 215 145 145 145 180 215 145 145 145 180 215 180 180 180 215 250 215 215 215 215 250 215 215 215 215 250 285 285 285 285 285 Filter Classes Data International Classification Of Air Filters EN 779:2012 Classification Drawing: Coil Dimensions 6 7 88 250 285 320 250 285 320 250 285 320 285 285 320 285 285 320 285 285 320 320 320 320 Table – 3 Filter Group Coarse Medium Fine Class G1 G2 G3 G4 M5 M6 F7 F8 F9 Final Pressure Drop (Pa) 250 250 250 250 450 450 450 450 450 Average arrestance (Am) of synthetic dust % 50 < Am < 65 65 < Am < 80 80 < Am < 90 90 < Am - Average efficiency (Em) of 0,4 µm particles % 40 < Em < 60 60 < Em < 80 80 < Em < 90 90 < Em < 95 95 < Em Minimum Efficiency for 0.4 µm particles % 35 55 70 Table – 4 13



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