Packaged roof-top units from Eaton-Williams

Eaton-Williams has increased its air-handling offering with the introduction of the Moducel range of packaged rooftop air-handling units offering energy-efficient heating and cooling using scroll compressors and R410A. These systems are suitable for a wide range of commercial and industrial buildings of all types and sizes. The range has integrated controls and direct-expansion cooling.

The single and dual tandem scroll compressors have capacity control and improved part-load control to reduce energy use. The control panel is fitted in the unit and has an intuitive keyboard and display screen; it is completely wired and programmable.

These units have a chassis frame of extruded aluminium or steel pentapost section with aluminium corner pieces. The double-skinned panels have a 0.9 mm Plastisol outer layer and 1 mm galvanised inner layer. Unit supports are formed bases made from 3 mm galvanised steel.

The hinged access doors have rubber seals. Air leakage meets the HEVAC Class A or B standard.

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