DX Coil Module
OPERATION & INSTALLATION MANUALS
- Modular DX System Installation Instructions »
- Operation and Installation Manual »
- Operation and Installation Manual by Heatcraft »
- Condenser Submittals »
- Center of Mass Calculator »
- Cooling Formulas »
- Cooling Process on the Psychrometric Chart »
- Design Conditions by Location »
- Dual Evap, Single Condenser Piping »
- DX Coil Specifications »
- Exploded Parts Detail »
- Housing Size Submittal Sheet »
- MUA Cooling Application Map »
- Psychrometric Chart »
- Regional Coil Request Form »
- Thermal Expansion Valve Installation »
|DX Coil Module|
The DX coil housing has been designed so that there is easy access to either side of the coil. Oversized doors offer plenty of room through which to clean and maintain the coil from either side of the housing. The coil sits over a fully welded stainless steel drip pan that has been sloped so that it continually drains. Blank off plates and an air distribution screen maintain proper velocities throughout the housing. The modular design all so lends its self to easier installations since modules bolt together on location. Single and dual circuits allow precise capacity control. Unique interlaced circuiting assures uniform refrigerant distribution over the entire face area of the coil. Wide fin spacing availability reduces the affect of frost build up in low temperature applications. For use in central systems or duct application.
Dx Cooling should be used in areas of high humidity. Dx cooling is ideally suitable for use in restaurants, hospitals, nursing homes, hotels, schools, airports and many other similar facilities.
FEATURES & BENEFITS
- Easy access to both sides of the coil making maintenance on the coil easier.
- Fully removable access doors on both sides of the housing.
- Coil connections protrude from the housing making installation easier.
- Housing constructed from G90 galvanized steel.
- Stainless steel sloped drip pans improve drainage.
- Blank off plates and air distribution screens secure the coil and maintain proper velocities.
- Casing, Galvanized Steel.
- Copper Sweat Connections.
- Vents and drains are standard on all coils.
- 1" thick insulation installed inside coil module housing