Air-processing system

Modular Air Processing System (MAPS) units are specifically designed to meet the requirements dictated by ASHRAE standards 62.1-2010, 90.1-2010, and 189.1-2009. These systems are designed to handle extreme weather conditions from -20°F through 115°F. Also, they are tested using new AHRI 920 ventilation-unit testing criteria. — Reznor
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Easy access for servicing

Suitable for ground-level or rooftop installations and horizontal or downflow applications, CPC Series packaged air-conditioning units offer long-term reliability and easy-to-access service from a single point of entry. Available in 7.5- to 12.5-ton capacities, these units deliver energy-efficiency ratios of up to 11.5. All CPC units use high-efficiency scroll compressors; R-410A refrigerant; copper-tube/aluminum-fin coils; high-capacity, steel-cased filter dryers; built-in filter racks; a 24-v terminal strip; a sloped drain pan; and a heavy-gauge, galvanized-steel cabinet. — Goodman
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Kitchen makeup-air units

DGX and IGX packaged makeup-air units provide an option for an integral air-cooled packaged direct-expansion cooling system specifically for kitchen applications. The system, available in 100-percent-outside-air and variable-volume airflow configurations, is designed to cool makeup air to a 70°F to 75°F supply-air temperature to provide additional comfort for kitchen staffs, enhancing employee productivity at an economical first cost. — Greenheck
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Packaged gas/electric rooftop units

R6GP Series packaged gas/electric rooftop air-conditioning units are rated at 11.2 EER and are available in capacities of 6, 7.5, and 10 tons. All use ozone-friendly R-410A refrigerant. The units fit most standard rooftop applications and can be converted to horizontal airflow with a kit. They feature a full-perimeter base-rail system with rigging holes and forklift slots on three sides. R6GP models come with a one-year commercial-parts warranty, a five-year limited compressor warranty, and a 10-year limited heat-exchanger warranty. — Mammoth
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Solar-ready light-commercial units

The Energence rooftop-unit line features efficiencies of up to 17.0 SEER and 12.8 EER. These units are designed to help buildings qualify for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design points, with features such as the Prodigy unit controller, which helps verify installation and performance of unit accessories, and the Humiditrol dehumidification system, which removes excess humidity. New this year, the SunSource Commercial Energy System integrates directly with solar-power systems. The SunSource system is available for 3- to 5-ton solar-ready units as a factory-installed option. — Lennox
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Dual-fuel packaged unit

The iHybrid packaged system combines the electric heating and cooling of a heat pump with a gas-heat furnace. The iHybrid achieves 15-SEER, 12-EER, 80-percent-AFUE, and 8.0-HSPF performance. The dual-fuel unit features four-stage heating capability and two-stage cooling with a variable-speed blower. The iHybrid can be rooftop- or slab-mounted and is available in capacities of 2 to 5 tons. — Nordyne
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Seismic-compliant units

A seismic-compliant package is now available on WeatherMaker 3- to 25-ton rooftop models. This optional package ensures the equipment meets requirements for seismic events in accordance with the California Office of Statewide Health and Planning Development. WeatherMaker equipment with the seismic package meets International Building Code, California Building Code, and ASCE 7 seismic-qualification requirements in concurrence with ICC ES AC156 Acceptance Criteria for Seismic Qualification by Shake Table Testing of Nonstructural Components and Systems. — Carrier
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Price-sensitive rooftop units

The Package Value Line of commercial package gas/electric heating and air-conditioning units and package air-conditioning units are available in capacities ranging from 6 to 20 tons. The Package Value Line is designed to serve the price-sensitive commercial package-unit-replacement market. The line leads the industry in unit weight, size, capacity, airflow, and R-410 charge weight. Also, the line is optimized to meet the federal requirements of EER at or near nominal capacities and airflow. — Rheem
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