Vertical, Low Profile Fan Coil Units

250-1,200 CFM

YORK® Vertical Low Profile Fan Coil Units reduce power consumption and include extensive standard features for design flexibility.

  • ARI 440 certified and labeled
  • Flexible design with exposed or concealed cabinet and 2- or 4-pipe coils
  • Factory-assembled piping packages available
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Low Power Consumption, Accessible & Flexible

YORK® Vertical Low Profile Fan Coil Units provide maximum performance, design flexibility and  industry-leading power consumption.

With an impressive list of standard features, the vertical floor-mounted units offer unparalleled design flexibility while also reducing installation costs. Available with chilled-water or DX cooling coils and hot-water, steam or electric heating coils, these units produce the ultimate in comfort. 
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Benefits

LOW POWER CONSUMPTION

Permanent split capacitor (PSC) motors help YORK® vertical fan coil units achieve industry-leading power consumption.

EXCELLENT INDOOR AIR QUALITY (IAQ)

Sloped drain pans and cabinets that can be insulated with fiberglass or foam improve indoor air quality (IAQ) and reduce sound levels.

FLEXIBLE DESIGN

Options include an exposed or concealed cabinet; 2- or 4-pipe coils; chilled-water coils for cooling and hot-water or electric coils for heating.

Features

  • ARI 440 certified and labeled
  • Exposed or concealed cabinet; 2- or 4-pipe coils
  • Choice of controls with thermostats that can be analog, digital display, programmable, unit-mount or remote-mount
  • Chilled-water coil for cooling, hot-water or electric coil for heating
  • Factory-assembled piping packages available
  • Controls that can be interfaced with a building automation system or operate on a stand-alone basis

Technical Resources

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FW and FL Floor Mounted Vertical Fan Coil Units Engineering Guide

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FW and FL Vertical Floor-Mounted Fan-Coil Unit Catalog Page

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Piping Packages for Fan Coil and Variable Air Volume Systems Guide Specification

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Electronically Commutated (EC) Motors for Fans Datasheet

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