Quantech Adds Condensing Units Up to 160 Tons

Quantech Adds Condensing Units Up to 160 Tons

The condensing units are designed for pairing with indoor air handlers using direct expansion evaporator coils. Quantech QDC condensers and QDCF fluid coolers also are available for air-conditioning and refrigeration applications as high as 2,890 MBH. Units are completely piped and wired at the factory and are shipped ready for immediate installation.

Quantech added QCC2 and QCC3 air-cooled, scroll-compressor condensing units for applications ranging from 15 to 160 tons to its portfolio of ready-to-ship products. The condensing units are designed for pairing with indoor air handlers using direct expansion evaporator coils. Quantech QDC condensers and QDCF fluid coolers also are available for air-conditioning and refrigeration applications as high as 2,890 MBH.

Quantech QCC2

QCC2 (15 to 80 tons) and QCC3 (80 to 160 tons) units are designed for outdoor installation on a roof or at ground level. Mounted on a solid base of heavy-gauge, galvanized steel, each unit includes hermetic scroll compressors, an air-cooled condenser, and a weather-resistant microprocessor control center. Units are completely piped and wired at the factory and are shipped ready for immediate installation. Only the liquid and suction lines to the evaporator coil, the filter drier, the thermostat wiring and the main power connection are required to complete the installation.

All wiring and controls are in the front of the unit for easy setup and servicing. Standard features include BAS communications and high-ambient kit to 125°F. Options include hot-gas bypass and low-ambient kit to 0°F.

Quantech QCC3

Quantech QDC air-cooled condensers (175 to 2,280 MBH) are suitable for a wide range of air-conditioning or refrigeration applications. Built for outdoor installation, QDC condensers can be applied with any compressor using halocarbon refrigerants and can be dry-shipped for use with R-22.

Quantech QDCF air-cooled fluid coolers (65 to 2,890 MBH) can be used with water or glycol, providing a low-maintenance, closed-loop alternative to cooling towers.

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