What are the features of an AAON chiller?

What are the features of an AAON chiller?

Units provide silent, energy-efficient airflow with high static pressure capabilities thanks to double-wall rigid polyurethane foam insulated cabinet construction and direct drive rearward curved plenum fans. For a full system, the air handling units can be combined with AAON condensing units or an AAON chiller. These units are available in three sizes: 15, 20, and 25 horsepower.

The 15-hp unit is ideal for cooling small rooms like offices or workstations. It can also be used in central vacuuming systems as a spot cooler. The 20-hp unit is recommended for large rooms such as libraries or computer centers. It can also be used in central vacuum systems as a whole house cooler. The 25-hp unit is designed for larger installations such as factories or warehouses where there is need for greater cooling capacity.

All models come with galvanized steel construction and are equipped with sealed ball bearings on axles and wheels for long life and minimal noise. Units are available with black powder coating for no-glow white walls or stainless steel finish.

AAON chillers are made in the United States and come with a 10-year warranty.

An AAON chiller can be used in place of other standard window units because of its low noise level and ability to provide silent ventilation. It is also able to provide sufficient cooling power for larger rooms.

What are the features of an AAON air handling unit?

Air Conditioning Units Air handling units from AAON are designed for performance, flexibility, and serviceability. They are available in three frame sizes: 10, 12, and 14 feet in length.

AAON air conditioning units feature electronic controls that are simple to operate and maintain. In addition, they are made of corrosion resistant materials and come with a five-year warranty. The ACU can be installed either internally or externally and comes with flue-less design which makes it perfect for use in condominiums and townhouses.

AAON air conditioning units are very efficient. It is estimated that an 11,000 BTU/HR unit will save $100-$200 per year on your heating bill and a 13,500 BTU/HR unit will cut your cooling cost by about $75 per year. Both numbers assume 2 hours of continuous use each day.

An AAON air conditioner is a great investment. It will pay for itself within 3 years if you're able to get a 20% discount on purchase price through our partner, Home Depot. If you want a custom fit for your home, ABT can help you find the right size unit for your needs.

What is an AAON unit?

Rooftop units from AAON are designed for performance, flexibility, and serviceability. The units' silent, energy-efficient airflow and high static pressure capabilities are enabled by double-wall rigid polyurethane foam insulated cabinet construction and direct drive rearward curved plenum fans. Rigid insulation between the ceiling and floor spaces reduces noise and vibration.

AAON's rooftop units include comprehensive installations manuals, parts lists, and wiring diagrams. Each unit has a five-year limited warranty.

In addition to being easy to install, AAON rooftop units are compact in design and can be used with a wide range of trim colors and styles. The units come in 12-inch and 15-inch widths and two heights: 990 mm (39 inches) and 1190 mm (46 inches).

AAON rooftop units are perfect for use in sunlit or lighted areas such as roof top bars or dining rooms. They provide uniform heating throughout even if some rooms are not occupied at any given time.

Roof top bars or solariums that are also used as outdoor living areas benefit from the ability of AAON's rooftop units to evenly distribute heat without forcing occupants into uncomfortable corners or hiding places.

AAON rooftop units are available with electric or gas powered blower motors. A three-speed fan control provides flexible operation depending on room requirements.

What are the features of an AAON rooftop unit?

The rooftop units of the AAON RQ Series are designed for performance, flexibility, and serviceability. Because of its double wall firm polyurethane foam insulated cabinet structure and direct drive rearward curved plenum fans, the RQ series units are quiet. Continue Reading...

What are the air conditioner types?

Window air conditioners, portable air conditioners, wall-hung split or multi-head split systems, and ducted air conditioners are the most prevalent types of air conditioning systems.... Window air conditioners require a window to be open for them to circulate air through the home.

Portable air conditioners are also called window air conditioners because they usually look like small refrigerators that can be placed outside the house during hot days. They work by removing heat from the surrounding air which lowers the temperature inside your home. The unit is then plugged into a power source where it recharges itself.

Wall-hung split systems use one compressor and two separate condensers to cool/heat separate rooms. Each room has its own thermostat so you can adjust the temperature as needed.

Ducted air conditioners have a metal tube (duct) with multiple holes in it. This metal tube runs from the exterior wall of your home to the center floor joists. A second metal tube connects to the center floor joists and goes back up to the ceiling. These tubes are used to transport cold air from the basement to the various rooms throughout the house. Ducted air conditioners can be single-stage or three-stage. Single-stage units use one fan and one coil to provide cooling for one room.

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Chasity Neal

Chasity Neal is an interior designer who has been working in the industry for over 15 years. She started her career as an architect, but found that she loved designing interiors more than anything else. Her favorite part of the process is coming up with design solutions for clients and getting to see their reactions when they first see their new space.

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