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TWE-SVN02A-EN

Installation
Operation
Maintenance
Split System Air Handlers
20-Ton
Model TWE

Model (60 Hz): Model (50 Hz):

TWE240E***A TWE200ED**A

June 2006
Preface and Cautions and Warnings

Literature Change History Warnings and Cautions


TWE-SVN02A-EN (June 2006) Notice that warnings and cautions
Release of 20T, R410A product. appear at appropriate intervals
throughout this manual. Warnings are
Note: One copy of this document provided to alert installing contractors
ships inside the control panel to potential hazards that could result
of each unit and is customer in personal injury or death, while
property. It must be retained cautions are designed to alert
by the units maintenance personnel to conditions that could
personnel. result in equipment damage.
This booklet describes proper Your personal safety and the proper
installation, operation, and operation of this machine depend
maintenance procedures for air upon the strict observance of these
cooled systems. By carefully precautions.
reviewing the information within this
manual and following the
instructions, the risk of improper NOTICE: Warnings and Cautions appear at appropriate sections
operation and/or component damage throughout this literature. Read these carefully.
will be minimized. ! WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
It is important that periodic
maintenance be performed to help ! CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
assure trouble free operation. A avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to
alert against unsafe practices.
maintenance schedule is provided at
the end of this manual. Should CAUTION: Indicates a situation that may result in equipment or property-
equipment failure occur, contact a damage only accidents.
qualified service organization with
qualified, experienced HVAC
technicians to properly diagnose and
repair this equipment.

Note: All phases of this installation


must comply with the
NATIONAL, STATE & LOCAL
CODES. In addition to local
codes, the installation must
conform with National Electric
Code -ANSI/NFPA NO. 70
LATEST REVISION.

Note: Do Not release refrigerant


to the atmosphere! If
adding or removing
refrigerant is required, the
service technician must
comply with all federal,
state, and local laws.

2006 American Standard Inc All rights reserved TWE-SVN02A-EN


Table of Contents

Preface and Cautions and Warnings......................................... 2

Model Number Description...................................................... 4

Dimensional Data........................................................................ 5

Electrical Data.............................................................................. 6

Installation.................................................................................... 7

Field Wiring.................................................................................. 12

Warranty....................................................................................... 14

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Model Number Description

Model Number Description


TWE 240 E 1 00 E A
All products are identified by a 4 10
multiple-character model number that
DIGITS 1-3: PRODUCT TYPE DIGITS 9, 10: FACTORY INSTALLED
precisely identifies a particular type of
OPTIONS
unit. An explanation of the TWE = Split System Cooling Air
alphanumeric identification code is Handler 00 = Packed Stock
provided. Its use will enable the
DIGITS 4-6: NOMINAL GROSS DIGITS 11: MINOR DESIGN
owner/operator, installing contractors, SEQUENCE
COOLING CAPACITY (MBh)
and service engineers to define the
operation, specific components, and 200 = 200 MBh CURRENT
other options for any specific unit. 240 = 240 MBh DIGITS 12: Service Digit
When ordering replacement parts or DIGIT 7: REFRIGERATION CIRCUIT A = First
requesting service, be sure to refer to
A = 1 Refrigerant Circuit R22
the specific model number, serial
number, and DL number (if B = 2 Refrigerant Circuit R22
applicable) stamped on the unit
nameplate. D = 1 Refrigerant Circuit R410A

E = 2 Refrigerant Circuit R410A

DIGITS 8: ELECTRICAL
CHARACTERISTICS
3 = 208-230/60/3
4 = 460/60/3

W = 575/60/3

D = 380-415/50/3

K = 380/60/3

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Dimensional Data

Figure 1. TWE200E, TWE240E, Dimensional Data, Connection Location, Clearances, Corner Weights

MODEL NO. APPROXIMATE CORNER WEIGHT (MASS) TOTAL UNIT TOTAL SHIPPING
TWE200E, TWE240E #1 #2 #3 #4 WEIGHT WEIGHT
Vertical 109 lbs (49 kg) 262 lbs (119 kg) 154 lbs (70 kg) 262 lbs (119 kg) 787 lbs (357 kg) 857 lbs (389 kg)
Horizontal 192 lbs (87 kg) 229 lbs (104 kg) 130 lbs (59 kg) 236 lbs (107 kg) 787 lbs (357 kg) 857 lbs (389 kg)

Model No. A B C D E F G H J K L M N P R
TWE240E 71 7/8" 92 5/8" 30 1/2" 18 7/8" 4 1/2" 28 1/2" 28" 51 7/8" 59 1/8" 18 1/8" 20 7/8" 89 1/4" 1 3/4" 50 7/8" 39 1/8"
TWE200E (1826) (2353) (775) (479) (114) (724) (711) (1318) (1502) (460) (530) (2267) (45) (1292) (994)

Model No. S T U V W Y Z AA AB AC AD AE AF
TWE240E 39 1/8" 4 7/8" 82 7/8" 4 5/8" 3 1/8" 20 1/8" 82 7/8" 4 5/8" 4 5/8" 20 1/8" 3 1/8" 39 1/8" 39 1/8"
TWE200E (994) (124) (2105) (118) (79) (511) (2105) (118) (118) (511) (79) (994) (994)

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Electrical Data

Table 1. TWE Unit Electrical Data


Basic Unit Characteristics Standard Evap Fan Motor Oversized Evap Fan Motor
Allowable Minimum Maximum
Model Electrical Voltage Circuit Fuse Amps Amps
Number Characteristics Range Ampacity Size Qty. FLA LRA Qty. FLA LRA
TWE240E3 208-230/60/3 187-254 19.0 25 1 14.5 98 1 18 122.8
TWE240E4 460/60/3 414-506 9 15 1 6.7 47 1 9 61.4
TWE240EW 575/60/3 518-632 7 15 1 5.2 37.3 1 7.2 49.8
TWE200ED 380-415/50/3 380-415 10.0 15 1 7.6 45.0 1 9.0 65.1

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Installation

These instructions do not attempt to condensate drainage connections. into the opening. (b) Lift the drain
cover all variations in systems, nor to After this is determined, the following pan up. (c) Push it in all the way.
provide for every possible preparations should be made. (d) Drop it down over the lip of
contingency to be met in connection the opening. Secure with screw.
with installation. Should further Repositioning Drain Pan 4. Install the access plate on the
information be desired or should
These air handlers come with one opposite end of the drain pain. (a)
particular problems arise which are
drain pan that can be installed in any Slide the edge of the access plate
not sufficiently covered for the
one of four positions; this allows for under the drain pan. (b) Lift the
purchasers purpose, the matter
vertical or horizontal application and access plate and drain pan up. (c)
should be referred to the
right or left condensate line Push the access plate in. (d) Drop
manufacturer.
connection. The drain pan can also be the access plate down over the lip
easily removed for periodic cleaning. of the opening. Secure with
General screw. If the drain pan is being
This manual covers installation of the Note: All air handlers are shipped moved to the vertical position,
TWE200 and 240E dual circuit air with the drain pan installed in install the other access plates
handlers. These air handler models the horizontal position and the over the horizontal position
incorporate a single slab coil connection on the left side (as opening.
assembly, improved application shown in Figure 2). If an
flexibility, servicing, maintenance alternate position is required,
accessibility and an improved the drain pan should be
accessory line. They are fully repositioned before setting
convertible, (vertical to horizontal the air handler.
discharge) without field removal or
reorientation of the coil assembly.
They are shipped ready for horizontal
installation.

All units have one drain pan that can


be installed in any one of four
positions. This allows for vertical or
horizontal applications and right or
left exit.

Note: The TWE200E and TWE240E


dual circuit units have a mixed
face coil.
Figure 2.

Inspection
Process for Drain Pan Relocation
Inspect material carefully for any 1. Remove the access plate at the
shipping damage. If damaged, it must opposite end of the drain
be reported to, and claims made connection. This plate secures
against the transportation company. and lifts the back end of the drain
Replace damaged parts with pan for sloping. It must be
authorized parts only. Check the unit removed before the drain pan can
nameplate to confirm that the proper be removed. This is done as
unit was shipped. Available power follows: (A) remove the screw, (B)
supply must be compatible with lift the access plate up, (C) pull the
electrical characteristics on plate out. If the drain pan is to be
component nameplate. moved to the vertical position
also remove the other two access
Installation Preparations plates.
The final position for the air handler 2. (a) Remove the screw securing
must be dictated by required service the drain pan. (b) Lift the pan up.
access to it, weight distribution over (c) Slide the pan out.
structural supports, and by the Figure 3. Drain Pan Relocation
3. Install the drain pan into the new
locations of electrical, refrigerant and position. (a) Slide the drain pan

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Installation

Refrigerant Piping Preparation Caution Before preparing the unit for lifting,
Properly insulate all refrigerant gas the center of gravity should be
The air handler is designed so that determined for lifting safety. Because
piping to prevent possible water
refrigerant piping can enter from of the placement of external
damage due to condensation and to
either the right or left hand side. It is components, the unit weight may be
prevent capacity loss and possible
shipped with the intent that the unevenly distributed. Approximate
compressor damage.
refrigerant lines will enter from the total unit weight and corner weights
left hand side. To convert to right hand It is recommended that the are given in Table 2.
entry, unbraze the elbow on the dimensional drawings be studied,
suction line and rotate 180 degrees properly noted and checked against The crated unit can be moved using a
and rebraze. the selected installation site. By forklift of suitable capacity. For lifting
noting in advance which knockouts the unit into an elevated mounting
Note: Access to refrigerant lines is position, run lifting straps or slings
are to be used, proper clearance
limited in all horizontal and under the unit and attach securely to
allowances can be made for
some vertical applications. the lifting device. Use spreader bars
installation and possible future
Therefore, refrigerant lines to protect the unit casing from
service.
should be stubbed out and damage. Test lift the unit to determine
temporarily capped prior to Note: When installing these units proper balance and stability.
setting the air handler. Protect free standing with discharge
adjacent surfaces from heat grills and isolators, a top Caution
damage when brazing in and support with isolator should Use spreader bars to prevent straps
around the air handler. be added to prevent tipping. from damaging the unit. Install the
Support and isolator can be bars between lifting straps, both
Caution attached to a wall or other underneath the unit and above the
These air handlers are shipped with a appropriate structure. unit. This will prevent the straps from
dry nitrogen holding charge in the Note: If adding external accessories crushing the unit cabinet or
coil. Cut the process tube or puncture to the unit, additional damaging the unit finish.
the cap to bleed off the nitrogen prior clearances must be
to any brazing. Temporarily cap off considered for the overall
tubes if the refrigerant line space needed.
connections are to be made later.
For installation of accessories
available for this air handler, follow
Installations, Limitations and
the instructions packed with each
Recommendations accessory.
The general location of the air handler
is normally selected by the architect, Lifting Recommendations
contractor and/or buyer. For proper
installation the following items must
Table 2.
be considered. Net
Model Config. Shipping Max. Max. Corner Weights
1. Available power supply must
#1 #2 #3 #4
agree with electrical data on
TWE240E Vertical 857 787 109 262 154 262
component nameplate. TWE200E Horizontal 857 787 192 229 130 236
2. If external accessories are
installed on the unit, additional ! WARNING
clearances must be provided.
Improper Unit Lift!
3. All duct work should be properly Test lift unit approximately 24 inches
insulated to prevent condensation to verify proper center of gravity lift
and heat loss. point. To avoid dropping of unit,
4. Refrigerant gas piping must be reposition lifting point if unit is not
insulated. level. Failure to properly lift unit could
result in death or serious injury or
possible equipment or property-only
damage.

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Installation

Horizontal Suspension This drain pan will eliminate any Refrigerant Piping
excess condensation that may be due
If the air handler will be suspended, to extreme humidity or an obstructed Installation, brazing, leak testing and
use a suspension mounting kit to drain in the primary drain pan. Drain evacuation of refrigerant lines are
isolate the unit from the structure. lines from this pan must be installed, covered in this the installation
This is usually accomplished through but should not be connected to the instructions packaged with the
the use of spring or rubber isolators, primary drain line from the unit. outdoor unit. Read the instructions
which are offered as an accessory. Isolate the auxiliary drain pan from before beginning installation of
Mounting rods must be field supplied. both the air handler and the structure. refrigerant lines.
Isolator selection is dependent upon
total unit weight including Locate cloth bag(s) attached to the
! WARNING refrigerant tube of the coil that
accessories. Approximate unit
Fiberglass Wool! contains two (2) brass clamps (straps)
weights are provided in Table 2.
Product contains fiberglass wool. and cork impregnated insulation
Disturbing the insulation in this material approximately 9 long by 4
Caution
product during installation, wide. This is for attaching and
Before hanging the unit on insulating the expansion valve bulb
maintenance or repair will expose you
suspension rods, reinforce the cabinet (s) to the suction line(s).
to airborne particles of glass wool
around the knockouts by using a large
fibers and ceramic fibers known to
washer inside the cabinet. Washers On air handlers that will have
the state of California to cause cancer
should be between the skin of the air refrigerant lines entering the cabinet
through inhalation. Glass wool fibers
handler and the nut on the from the left side, remove the split
could result in respiratory, skin or eye
suspension rod. rubber grommet from the knockout in
irritation.
the end of the air handler. Uncoil the
Align holes (knockouts) in the cabinet cap tube with the bulb attached at the
with structural supports and secure Precautionary Measures expansion valve and place the
suspension rods to the structure, then grommet on the cap tube. With the
Avoid breathing fiberglass dust.
to the air handler cabinet. If knockout grommet around the tube, push the
locations do not permit proper Use a NIOSH approved dust/mist bulb through the hole and position
alignment with existing structure, it respirator. the grommet back into its original
may be necessary to field fabricate position (one bulb and cap tube on
Avoid contact with the skin or
cross members on existing structural single circuit units and two bulbs and
eyes. Wear long-sleeved, loose-
beams. cap tubes on dual circuit units).
fitting clothing, gloves, and eye
Note: When other than bottom protection.
Attach the bulb(s) approximately 45
return is to be used, the side Wash clothes separately from degrees off vertical, 10 to 12 inches
panel removed for return duct other clothing: rinse washer outside of the air handler.
installation must be secured thoroughly.
over the bottom opening. On air handlers that will have
Operations such as sawing, refrigerant lines entering the cabinet
blowing, tear-out, and spraying from the right side, the bulb(s) should
Leveling
may generate fiber be attached to the suction tube(s)
This air handler has a double sloped concentrations requiring inside the cabinet in the same manner
drain pan. In order to assure proper additional respiratory protection. as above, approximately 10 from the
drainage along the length of the drain Use the appropriate NIOSH right end of the unit.
pan, it is important to have the unit approved respirator in these
properly leveled. Be sure the air situations. After attaching to the suction line(s),
handler is level or slightly sloped in either inside or outside of the cabinet,
the direction of the condensate First Aid Measures wrap the cork impregnated insulation
connection. around the bulb(s) and suction
Eye Contact - Flush eyes with water tube(s). Refrigerant piping should be
to remove dust. If symptoms persist, insulated.
Auxiliary Drain Pan
seek medical attention.
A field fabricated, auxiliary drain pan Note: Ensure that the refrigerant
Skin Contact - Wash affected areas lines passing through the
should be installed under the unit for
gently with soap and warm water cabinet are not resting on
all horizontal applications and when
after handling. sharp sheet metal edges.
air handlers are installed above
ceilings or in other locations where
condensate overflow may cause
damage.

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Installation

Condensate Piping Filters Duct Connections


The drain pan condensate connection Air handlers are shipped with The supply and return ducts should
is a female slip joint type for 1 throwaway filters installed. For be connected to the unit with flame
Schedule 40 PVC pipe. Use PVC replacement filters consult the air retardant duct connectors to reduce
cement and tubing as required (field handler service facts for correct size vibration transmission. The return
supplied) to construct a trap. A union and number. To replace filters from duct should be sized to the same
or flexible tubing and clamps may be the end of the unit, remove lower dimensions as the return inlet of the
installed if the drain pan is to be access panel (either end) and slide old unit.
removed periodically for cleaning. filters out and replace with new ones.
To replace from the front of the unit, Note: Duct flanges are provided for
Note: When air handler is installed remove one L shaped angle. attachment of the duct work.
in the vertical position and Remove and replace filters and On TWE240, the duct flanges
close proximity trapping of reinstall L shaped angle. See Figure are packaged on the outside of
condensate is required, use of 5. the cabinet.
a subbase accessory to raise
the air handler for clearance of Air Flow Settings
the drain trap is
recommended. See Figure 4 Unit is shipped for nominal airflow
for a typical drain trap with nominal static pressure. Please
assembly. refer to fan performance table in
either the product catalog or unit
service facts and select the proper
drive package for each application.
Failure to do so could result in
improper airflow causing coil frosting
or condensate management
problems. Condensate management
problems such as water drip off or
Figure 5. Filter Replacement water blow off could be the result of
too great of air face velocity across
Figure 4. Trap To convert from 1 filter to a 2 filter
the coil.
on units so equipped, remove lower
access panels from both ends of the
air handler. Remove screws and
reposition the L shaped angles from
both the top and bottom of the filter
track to increase the width of the filter
opening.

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Installation

! WARNING Table 3. Recommended tstat wire size Installation Checklist


Wire Maximum Wire Length
Hazardous Voltage Size Physical distance between Unit Complete this checklist once the unit
w/Capacitors! (Gauge) & Tstat
is installed to verify that all
Disconnect all electric power, 22 30 Feet
recommended procedures have been
including remote disconnects and 20 50 Feet
accomplished before the system is
discharge all motor start/run 18 75 Feet
started. Operational checks cannot be
capacitors before servicing. Follow 16 125 Feet
performed until the outdoor unit is
proper lockout/tagout procedures to 14 200 Feet
installed and system interconnection
ensure the power cannot be is complete.
inadvertently energized. Verify with
an appropriate voltmeter that all Verify that the unit electrical
capacitors have discharged. Failure to power is disconnected.
disconnect power and discharge Inspect all field wiring
capacitors before servicing could connections. All connections
result in death or serious injury. should be clean and tight.
Note: For additional information Inspect unit ground
regarding the safe discharge connection(s). Ground must
of capacitors, see PROD- comply with all applicable codes.
SVB06A-EN or PROD-SVB06A- Inspect unit suspension
FR. arrangement (if used). Unit
position must be secure. Remove
Electrical Connections any tools or debris found in or
1. All electrical lines, sizing, near the unit.
protection, and grounding must Inspect duct outlets. Outlets must
be in accordance with the be open and unrestricted.
National Electric Code and local Figure 6. Power Entry
codes. Inspect unit drain lines. Pipe
connections must be tight and
2. If conduit is used, isolate Checkout Procedure drain line unrestricted.
whenever vibration transmission
Complete the following installation Inspect fan assembly to insure all
may cause a noise problem
checklist once installation of field moving parts move freely.
within the building structure.
wiring connections is complete. All
3. Ensure all connections are tight If unit is horizontally mounted,
operational checks (unit running)
and no wires exposed. make sure secondary drain pan
must be made after the outdoor unit is
has been installed.
4. All accessories must be installed installed and system interconnection
and wired according to the is complete. Inspect unit for proper filters,
instructions packaged with that securely installed. All cabinet
accessory. panels must be secure.
Instruct owner/operator on proper
For air handler power entry only, or
system operating and
for dual power entry (power entry for
maintenance procedure.
air handler and power entry for
electric heat), the electrical
connections are made in the fan
control box located in the left side of
the air handler and electric heater
respectively. Wiring entrance is
through holes provided in the end of
the air handler cabinet, see Figure 6.
Breaker or fuse size can be selected
using the nameplates attached to the
unit and electric heater.

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Field Wiring

Figure 7. Field Wiring TTA240F/TWE240E


Field Wiring:
Indoor
Notes: A 3 power wires, line voltage
1. Wiring shown with dashed lines is to
be furnished and installed by the B 3 power wires, line voltage for 3
customer. All customer-supplied wiring phase; 2 wires for single phase
must be copper only and must conform
to NEC and local electrical codes. Codes C Cooling only thermostat: 5 wires,
may require line of sight between the
disconnect switch and the unit. 24 volts***
One stage electric heat: add 1
2. When electric heater accessory is
used, single point power entry or dual
additional wire, 24 volts
point power entry is field optional. Two stage electric heat: add 2
Single point power entry option is
through the electric heater only.
additional wires, 24 volts
D 5 wires, 24 volts
Outdoor

Figure 8. TTA240F/TWE240E

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Field Wiring

Figure 9. TTA240F/TWE240E

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Maintenance

Maintenance 7. Observe indoor fan operation and ! WARNING


correct any unusual or excessive
Perform all of the indicated vibration. Clean blower wheels as Fiberglass Wool!
maintenance procedures at the needed. Product contains fiberglass wool.
intervals scheduled. This will prolong Disturbing the insulation in this
the life of the unit and reduce the product during installation,
Annually (Cooling Season)
possibility of costly equipment failure. maintenance or repair will expose you
The following maintenance to airborne particles of glass wool
Monthly procedures must be performed at the fibers and ceramic fibers known to
beginning of each cooling season to the state of California to cause cancer
Conduct the following maintenance insure efficient unit operation. through inhalation. Glass wool fibers
inspections once per month.
1. Perform all of the monthly may also cause respiratory, skin or
maintenance inspections. eye irritation.
! WARNING
Hazardous Voltage w/Capacitors! 2. With the unit operating, check Precautionary Measures
Disconnect all electric power, unit superheat and record the
reading in the Maintenance Log" Avoid breathing fiberglass dust.
including remote disconnects and
discharge all motor start/run (located in the condensor Use a NIOSH approved dust/mist
capacitors before servicing. Follow manual). respirator.
proper lockout/tagout procedures to 3. Remove any accumulation of dust Avoid contact with the skin or
ensure the power cannot be and/or dirt from the unit casing. eyes. Wear long-sleeved, loose-
inadvertently energized. For variable
4. Remove corrosion from any fitting clothing, gloves, and eye
frequency drives or other energy
surface and repaint. Check the protection.
storing components provided by
Trane or others, refer to the gasket around the control panel Wash clothes separately from
appropriate manufacturers literature door to insure it fits correctly and other clothing: rinse washer
for allowable waiting periods for is in good condition to prevent thoroughly.
discharge of capacitors. Verify with an water leakage.
Operations such as sawing,
appropriate voltmeter that all 5. Inspect the evaporator fan belt. If blowing, tear-out, and spraying
capacitors have discharged. Failure to it is worn or frayed, replace it. may generate fiber
disconnect power and discharge concentrations requiring
6. Inspect the control panel wiring to
capacitors before servicing could additional respiratory protection.
insure that all connections are
result in death or serious injury. Use the appropriate NIOSH
tight and that the insulation is
1. Inspect air filters and clean if intact. approved respirator in these
necessary. situations.
Lubricate the indoor fan motor
2. Check unit wiring to ensure all bearing with a non detergent 20-
connections are tight and that the First Aid Measures
weight oil. (To insure good bearing
wiring insulation is intact. lubrication, condenser fan motor Eye Contact - Flush eyes with water
3. Check drain pans and condensate bearings should be lubricated once to remove dust. If symptoms
piping to insure they are free of every six months). persist, seek medical attention.
obstacles.
Note: Some motors are permanently Skin Contact - Wash affected areas
4. Manually rotate the indoor fan to lubricated. gently with soap and warm water
insure proper operation. after handling.
7. Check refrigerant piping and
5. Inspect the evaporator and fittings for leaks.
condenser coils for dirt and
debris. If the coils appear dirty, The following warning complies with
clean them. State of California law, Proposition 65.

6. With the unit operating in the


cooling mode, check the suction
and discharge pressures and
compare them with Pressure
Curve values in unit Service Facts.
Record these readings on the
Maintenance Log" (located in the
condensor manual).

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Warranty
Related Accessories

Commercial Equipment Rated 20 THE WARRANTY AND LIABILITY SET


Tons and Larger and Related FORTH HEREIN ARE IN LIEU OF ALL
Accessories (Parts Only) OTHER WARRANTIES AND
LIABILITIES, WHETHER IN CONTRACT
Products Covered This warranty OR IN NEGLIGENCE, EXPRESS OR
is extended by American Standard IMPLIED, IN LAW OR IN FACT,
Inc., and applies only to commercial INCLUDING IMPLIED WARRANTIES
equipment rated 20 tons and larger OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
and related accessories purchased FOR PARTICULAR USE, AND IN NO
and retained for use within the U.S.A. EVENT SHALL WARRANTOR BE
and Canada. LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
Warrantor warrants for a period of 12
months from initial start-up or 18 Some states do not allow limitations
months from date of shipment, on how long an implied warranty lasts
whichever is less, that the products or do not allow the exclusion or
covered by this warranty (1) are free limitation of incidental or
from defects in material and consequential damages, so the above
manufacture, and (2) have the limitation or exclusion may not apply
capacities and ratings set forth in to you. This warranty gives you
catalogs and bulletins; provided, that specific legal rights, and you may also
no warranty is made against have other rights which vary from
corrosion, erosion or deterioration. state to state.
Warrantors obligations and liabilities
under this warranty are limited to American Standard Inc.Warrantor
furnishing, F.O.B. factory replacement 2701 Wilma Rudolph Blvd.
parts (or equipment at the option of Clarksville, TN 37040
Warrantor) for all Warrantors GW-598-4799
products not conforming to this
warranty. Warrantor shall not be
obligated to pay for the cost of lost
refrigerant. No liability whatever shall
attach to Warrantor until said products
have been paid for and then said
liability shall be limited to the
purchase price of the equipment
shown to be defective.

TWE-SVN02A-EN 15
Literature Order Number TWE-SVN02A-EN
File Number SV-UN-TWE-SVN02A-EN-06/06
Supersedes New
Stocking Location Ship with/WebbMason

The manufacturer has a policy of continuous product and data improvement and reserves the right to
change design and specifications without notice.