New Delivery for Piston Type AC Unit Wholesale to Guinea
ZMDU Marine packaged Air Conditioning Plant Marine packaged air conditioning plant is the important equipment, which can deal with air temperature and air humidity directly. The Plant has feature of new-design, easy-operation, stable-working, safety and convenient-maintaining etc. It is widely used for all kinds of passenger ship, cargo ship, oil platform etc. 1.It is mainly composed of compressor, condenser,direct evaporator, expansion valve,fan and so on. 2.It is equipped with name brand re...
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ZMDU Marine packaged Air Conditioning Plant
Marine packaged air conditioning plant is the important equipment, which can deal with air temperature and air humidity directly. The Plant has feature of new-design, easy-operation, stable-working, safety and convenient-maintaining etc. It is widely used for all kinds of passenger ship, cargo ship, oil platform etc.
1.It is mainly composed of compressor, condenser,direct evaporator, expansion valve,fan and so on.
2.It is equipped with name brand refrigeration compressor.
3.Key controlling parts are imported famous brand.
4.Condenser applies aluminum cooper tube、B10/B30 cooper nickel tube with high corrosion resistance and special structure, it can prevent ship from swing due to flow-stop.
5.Pressure test, vacuum test and running test have been done before leaving factory.
6.It is ready to run after the relevant pipe is connected and power is on.
7.Design, manufacture and inspection are in accordance with relative “CCS”.
8.Design and manufacture special specification of this series of product as per user’s requirement.
What is FAN COIL UNIT? What does FAN COIL UNIT mean? FAN COIL UNIT meaning – FAN COIL UNIT definition – FAN COIL UNIT explanation.
Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license.
A Fan Coil Unit (FCU) is a simple device consisting of a heating and/or cooling heat exchanger or ‘coil’ and fan. It is part of an HVAC system found in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. A fan coil unit is a diverse device sometimes using ductwork, and is used to control the temperature in the space where it is installed, or serve multiple spaces. It is controlled either by a manual on/off switch or by a thermostat, which controls the throughput of water to the heat exchanger using a control valve and/or the fan speed.
Due 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).
Noise output from FCUs, like any other form of air conditioning, is principally due to the design of the unit and the building materials around it. A correctly selected FCU, like some of those from the UK, can offer noise levels as low as NR25 or NC25
The output from an FCU can be established by looking at the temperature of the air entering the unit and the temperature of the air leaving the unit, coupled with the volume of air being moved through the unit. This is a simplistic statement, and there is further reading on sensible heat ratios and the specific heat capacity of air, both of which have an effect on thermal performance..
Firstly, it should be noted that ‘Fan Coil Unit’ is a generic term that is applied to a range of products. Also, the term ‘Fan Coil Unit’ will mean different things to users, specifiers, and installers in different countries and regions, particularly in relation to product size and output capability.
Fan Coil Unit design falls principally into two main types: blow through and draw through. As the names suggest, in the first type the fans are fitted such that they blow through the heat exchanger, and in the other type the fans are fitted after the coil such that they draw air through it. Draw through units are considered thermally superior, as ordinarily they make better use of the heat exchanger. However they are more expensive, as they require a chassis to hold the fans whereas a blow-through unit typically consists of a set of fans bolted straight to a coil.
A fan coil unit may be concealed or exposed within the room or area that it serves.
An exposed fan coil unit may be wall-mounted, freestanding or ceiling mounted, and will typically include an appropriate enclosure to protect and conceal the fan coil unit itself, with return air grille and supply air diffuser set into that enclosure to distribute the air.
A concealed fan coil unit will typically be installed within an accessible ceiling void or services zone. The return air grille and supply air diffuser, typically set flush into the ceiling, will be ducted to and from the fan coil unit and thus allows a great degree of flexibility for locating the grilles to suit the ceiling layout and/or the partition layout within a space. It is quite common for the return air not to be ducted and to use the ceiling void as a return air plenum.
The coil receives hot or cold water from a central plant, and removes heat from or adds heat to the air through heat transfer. Traditionally fan coil units can contain their own internal thermostat, or can be wired to operate with a remote thermostat. However, and as is common in most modern buildings with a Building Energy Management System (BEMS), the control of the fan coil unit will be by a local digital controller or outstation (along with associated room temperature sensor and control valve actuators) linked to the BEMS via a communication network, and therefore adjustable and controllable from a central point, such as a supervisors head end computer.