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Rooftop unit: Johnson Controls, Coleman

January 6, 2014
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Coleman-010614-body.jpgJohnson Controls launched a new line of Coleman® rooftop units that eliminate the need to install curb adaptors, reducing installation time and costs. Curb adaptors are typically required when a new unit does not identically match the existing unit’s footprint. The exact-fit-replacement Coleman® Peak™ rooftop units feature a footprint that fits directly on footprints of other manufacturers’ units, eliminating the need for a curb adapter.

This feature, combined with the unit’s advanced control technology and LCD display, help to ensure easy installation and set-up. The control technology also delivers information on unit status, start-up and commissioning features; unit set-up, supply, return and outdoor air temperatures; and plug and play accessories.

Available in units ranging from 3 to 12.5 tons, the heating and cooling solution offers seasonal energy efficiency ratios (SEER) of 13 (with a 10.8-11.2 EER) or 15 (with a 11.5-12.2 EER). Top panels provide a durable rigid cabinet for longevity and noise reduction, while sturdy, thicker gauge base rails support easy lifting, reduce potential handling damage, and contribute to a high level in seismic certification ratings. A powder paint exterior finish with a 1,000-hour salt spray rating offers corrosion protection.

www.colemanpeak.com

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