FAN Coil Unit
FAN Coil Units
A fan coil unit (FCU), also known as a Vertical Fan Coil-Unit (VFC), is a device consisting of a heat exchanger (coil) and a fan. As part of an HVAC system found in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings, a fan coil unit is often connected to ductwork and a thermostat to regulate the temperature of one or more spaces as well as assisting the main air handling unit for each space. The thermostat controls the fan speed and/or the throughput of water to the heat exchanger using a control valve. Owing to their simplicity and flexibility, fan coil units can be more economical to install than ducted 100% fresh air systems (VAV) or central heating systems with air handling units or chilled beams. Various unit configurations are available, including horizontal (ceiling mounted) or vertical (floor mounted).
Cooling Coil: Heat transfer coil made of 9.5mm OD copper tube and mechanically expanded to fin for better heat transfer.
Blowers: Statistically & Dynmically balanced DIDW Centrifugal fans
Fan Motor: 3-Speed permanent split capacitor type, permanent lubrication and internal thermal overload are provided
Fan Deck: Easy removable fan deck. Just wing nuts need to be unscrewed for speedier removal of the fan deck.
Drain Pan: Double skin sandwich type insulated with either thermocoal or puff and extended tray for accomodation of necessary valves.