Rev. June 12, 2012
Furnish and install ClimateMaster Tranquility® TC Water Source Heat Pumps, as indicated on the plans. Equipment shall be completely assembled, piped and internally wired. Capacities and characteristics as listed in the schedule and the specifications that follow.
Units shall be supplied completely factory built capable of operating over an entering water temperature range from 20° to 120°F (-6.7° to 48.9°C) as standard. Equivalent units from other manufacturers may be proposed provided approval to bid is given 10 days prior to bid closing. All equipment listed in this section must be rated and in accordance with Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute/International Standards Organization (AHRI/ISO 13256-1). All equipment must be tested, investigated, and determined to comply with the requirements of the standards for Heating and Cooling Equipment UL-1995 for the United States and CAN/CSA-C22.2 NO.236 for Canada, by Intertek Testing Laboratories (ETL). The units shall have AHRI/ISO and ETL-US-C labels.
All units shall be fully quality tested by factory run testing under normal operating conditions as described herein. Quality control system shall automatically perform via computer: triple leak check, pressure tests, evacuation and accurately charge system, perform detailed heating and cooling mode tests, and quality cross check all operational and test conditions to pass/fail criteria. Detailed report card will ship with each unit displaying status for critical tests and components. Note: If unit fails on any cross check, it shall not be allowed to ship. Serial numbers will be recorded by factory and furnished to contractor on report card for ease of unit warranty status. Units tested without water flow are not acceptable.
Horizontal units shall have one of the following air flow arrangements: Left Return/Back Discharge, Left Return/Straight Discharge, Right Return/Back Discharge, Right Return/Straight Discharge as shown on the plans. Units can be field converted without requiring new panels or belts. Units that cannot be field converted shall not be acceptable.
Vertical units shall have one of the following air flow arrangements: rear return/top discharge, front return/top discharge, rear return/front discharge, front return/rear discharge as shown on plans. Units can be field converted without requiring new panels or belts. Units that cannot be field converted shall not be acceptable.
If units with these arrangements are not used, the contractor is responsible for any extra costs incurred by other trades. All units must have a minimum of two access panels for serviceability of compressor compartment. Units having only one access panel to compressor/heat exchangers/expansion device/refrigerant piping shall not be acceptable.