RICHARDSON, Texas — Krueger-HVAC, a leading manufacturer of air distribution products, has announced the addition of blower coils to its product offering along with the release of its K-Select 13.0 selection software.

Small commercial air handler units, also known as blower coils, are used in a variety of applications for their ability to provide airflow to multiple spaces over long duct runs. Krueger-HVAC now offers five different models of blower coils that are divided into three different groups: standard, small footprint, and modular.

The company’s standard horizontal and vertical blower coil units are a common choice for a large majority of building applications. When floor space is at a premium and thermal loads are high, Krueger said its small footprint, vertical models are an ideal solution. Nominal capacities on these units range from 2 tons to nearly 8 tons with a footprint that is just slightly larger than a vertical fan coil unit. For flexibility and to meet challenging space limitations or obstructions, IAQ requirements, control selections, or stringent acoustical demands, the company’s modular blower coil provides a wide range of options.

“Blower coils are a tremendous addition to our ever expanding line of equipment products. This portfolio expansion offers our customers the opportunity to bundle more Krueger-HVAC products on a job and allows them to bid a wider variety of projects,” said Paul Christiansen, vice president of sales and marketing at Krueger-HVAC. “This is a perfect example of our commitment to continuously look for ways to add value to our customer’s businesses.”

Like its previous version that introduced fan coil selection, Krueger said its K-Select 13.0 software with blower coil selection provides designers with a robust set of coil options, whereby they can use the information to either develop product performance data based on building requirements or manually set coil parameters when specifying products based on schedules. Such options include the number of coil rows, fins per inch (fpi), as well as tube wall thickness. To further provide design flexibility, two new coil types have been added: direct expansion (DX) cooling coils and steam coils.

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Publication date: 3/30/2015

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