Advanced Air enhances its reversible FCUs

Published:  06 April, 2017

Advanced Air, fan coil unit, reversible fan coil unit, air conditioning

The universal truly reversible fan-coil unit developed by Advanced Air can have its handing easily changed in the factory or on site and now incorporates further refinements to speed up the process. Prewired looms for right-hand and left-hand mounting of the control box are included as standard. Push-fit connections ensure that electrical connections are easily and quickly made in production or when changing the handing in the factory or on site.

As well as moving the coil through 180°, the control box needs to be repositioned so that the handing change can be completed.

The casing of the FCU has identical side panels prepunched to accept the control box on either side; a blanking plate is fitted to cover holes that are not used.

Changes can be made on site in less than five minutes, and there is no need to recommission the FCU.

For more information on this story, click here: April 2017, 166

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