Nov. 7, 2014: Mammoth Launches New Water Source Heat Pump Line
Units Feature Small Cabinet Size, Are Easy to Install and Service
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — Mammoth has launched a new water source heat pump line, HydroBank MS, designed specifically for developer, new construction and replacement markets where compact design and a low first cost are primary considerations. The new HydroBank MS design is characterized by its small cabinet size — one of the smallest in the industry — and by features that make it easy to install and service, said the company.
According to the company, flush-mounted water fittings eliminate the need for a backup wrench to tighten hose connections. Factory-installed duct collars simplify duct connections. Easy access to the electrical enclosure speeds hookup of power and controls. In addition, the horizontal unit discharge can be easily field-converted to match the configuration requirements of the unit being replaced.
“Mammoth has a long history of building high-quality water source heat pumps — since 1976,” said Mike Paquette, HydroBank product manager. “The new HydroBank MS line is designed to carry on that tradition with new units that are easy to install, efficient, and option-loaded.”
With water loop (WHLP) energy efficiency ratios (EERs) of up to 14.9 with ECM motors, HydroBank MS units surpass ASHRAE 90.1 requirements and are eligible for most utility rebates and tax incentive programs. Factory-installed options include hot gas reheat, hot gas bypass, electronically commutated motors (ECM), two-way motorized control valves, and DDC controls.
For more information, visit www.mammothhydrobank.com.
Publication date: 11/3/2014