This allows access to tight spaces like those often encountered in city high rises," said Jim Clinton of M.W. Equipment.
worked closely with Interpublic's
project engineers to ensure the units would meet the precise criteria and delivery requirements.
The units Interpublic selected for installation were United CoolAir's VertiCool Series.
These units provided ample capacity for space cooling and could be split for delivery to the job site.
A total of eight 15- to 20-ton units were installed, and all were specially equipped with electric heaters for space heating.
said the VertiCool
units are a good choice for metropolitan areas like New York City because each unit supplies adequate tonnage for most applications without requiring much space.
The units are built rugged for long life and dependable operation, ranging in size from 3 to 25 tons.
Depending on size, the units can be designed to include single, dual or multiple compressors.
strives to meet a client's specific installation demands, in Clinton's opinion, rather than merely provide an A/C system designed to fit standard dimensions.
For example, the VertiCool Series has a choice of heat removal by either air- or water-cooled condenser, as well as chilled water, and the units have built-in static pressure adjustment capabilities.
"The flexibility of each unit and an ability to provide quick delivery times are truly United CoolAir's best features," Clinton