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  1. owner’s manual Packaged Hydronic/Steam Make-up Air Systems ARES products meet the stringent listing or certification requirements of many organizations. The specifics vary depending on the model, options installed or application usage. ARES reserves the right to make improvements and changes to specifications without notice. A Division of: 14716 S. Broadway, Gardena, CA 90248 • Tel: (800) 421-1266 • (310) 532-1555 • Fax (310) 324-3030 Internet: www.marsair.com • Email: aresinfo@marsair.com CAUTION: Read all instructions carefully before starting installation. Form #HSMAS0312
  2. Packaged Hydronic/Steam Make-Up Air Unit Contents General Information ....................................................................................................2 Preliminary Installation Procedures.............................................................................3 Installation Procedure .................................................................................................5 Hoisting Eye Installation..............................................................................................5 Ductwork Installation ...................................................................................................5 Ceiling Register Installation.........................................................................................5 Water Installation.........................................................................................................6 Electrical Controls .......................................................................................................7 Coil Assembly..............................................................................................................8 Optional Accessories...................................................................................................9 Trouble-Shooting Chart .............................................................................................11 ARES Preventative Maintenance Procedures ..........................................................12 Wiring Diagrams........................................................................................................13 Parts List ...................................................................................................................16 Service and Ordering Information .............................................................................17 Limited Warranty .......................................................................................................18 Owner Registration ...................................................................................................19 Warranty Registration................................................................................................20 GENERAL INFORMATION TO INSURE PROPER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF ARES MAKE-UP AIR SYSTEM, PLEASE READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS MANUAL THOROUGHLY. Where necessary, the following information will be indented and paraphrased. NOTE: Information pertaining to special instructions regarding the care and use of the ARES Make-up Air System. CAUTION: Information intended to indicate situations which may cause immediate or future damage to the ARES Make-up Air System. WARNING: Advice against improper use or procedures which may result in bodily injury for which ARES will accept no responsibility. All information illustrations and specifications contained in this manual are based on the latest product information available at the time of printing. ARES reserves the right to make changes at the time, without notice, in specifications and models and also to discontinue models. ARES also reserves the right to change any specifications or parts at any time without incurring any obligation to provide the same on models manufactured prior to date of such change. The continuing accuracy of this manual cannot be guaranteed. All illustrations used in this manual may not depict actual models or equipment and are intended as representative views for reference only. Future supplement sheets will be added or deleted as necessary. Prints or system details located in this manual are for instructional purposes only and do not represent actual or scale drawings. Tel: (800) 421-1266 • Internet: www.marsair.com 2
  3. Packaged Hydronic/Steam Make-Up Air Unit Preliminary Installation Procedures Executed by the Installing Contractor All code requirements should be addressed and understood 1. Local authorities have jurisdiction over all codes. Make sure all drawing have been reviewed and approved before attempting installation. 2. Most codes require a minimum separation between any make-up air units and ventilator exhaust fans, plumbing stacks, and any other equipment where unwanted odors or materials may be drawn into the system. Insure these minimum separations are maintained. 3. Make sure all electrical rough-ins, disconnects and power supplies are installed according to local jurisdiction. 4. Make sure plumbing is clearly understood and according to local codes. 5. Some areas require seismic restraints to be applied when Make-Up Air Units are installed. Check with local authorities to make sure these applications are in compliance. 6. Refer to the installation section to determine the operating weight of the ARES unit being installed. Check with person responsible for determining roof loads prior to setting this equipment. The following items should be discussed with the installing contractor. Make sure all loose items are accounted for prior to installation. 1. If items are found missing, contact ARES Service Department immediately at (800-421-1266). 2. Make sure all electrical service requirements are fully understood prior to installation procedure. 3. Make sure all plumbing service requirements for incoming gas piping are understood prior to installation. 4. Make sure all field joints for ducting are fully understood prior to installation. 5. Recheck equipment for any damage when may have occurred prior to installation. Any noted problems should be reported to ARES Service Department immediately at (800-421-1266). 6. Make sure all clearances noted in the installation procedure are complied with when equipment is being placed. CAUTION: Failure to do so may result in assemblies not having adequate clearance for removal and service. 7. Make sure hoisting equipment is of sufficient size to adequately lift equipment into place during installation. Tel: (800) 421-1266 • Internet: www.marsair.com 3
  4. Packaged Hydronic/Steam Make-Up Air Unit THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE DISCUSSED WITH THE SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR 1. Make sure all duct size and layout procedures are fully understood. 2. Make sure turning vanes are installed wherever necessary. 3. Make sure gauge thickness for ducting complies with local code requirements. LISTED BELOW ARE GUIDELINES AND CHECKS WHICH SHOULD BE ADDRESSED BY THE JOB SITE ELECTRICIAN. 1. Check equipment nameplate power requirements against electrical details supplied to insure conformity. 2. Insure building power supplies conform to equipment requirements and electrical drawings. 3. Check all inner connecting wires between control panels fill and drain kits, and power supplies to make sure drawings are completely understood. 4. Insure all loose items such as remote controls and thermostats are on site and wiring is understood. 5. Make sure all field connections are noted prior to installation. PLUMBERS GUIDELINES TO AID IN INSTALLATION Make sure all gas piping is sized and understood to maintain code conformity. ROOFERS GUIDELINES TO AID IN INSTALLATION A discussion should be held with the people responsible for setting and locating the roof curbs used to support the ARES duct furnace. The following items should be check prior to placement. 1. Make sure curbs are installed according to local codes. 2. Insure service accessibility around all areas as defined in the installation procedure. 3. Make sure a type of roof is identified and procedures necessary to complete curb installation are understood. 4. Make sure necessary clearances between ducting and combustible materials per local codes are followed. 5. When optional down discharge plenums are incorporated as part of the roof curb, make sure the roofer consults the ARES submittal drawings for correct size of roof penetration openings. 6. Make sure roof will support total operating weight of the unit. Tel: (800) 421-1266 • Internet: www.marsair.com 4
  5. Packaged Hydronic/Steam Make-Up Air Unit INSTALLATION HOISTING EYE INSTALLATION Remove the blower pad frames. Position the hoisting eyes on corners of the unit with the angle towards the center of the unit. (See illustration at right) Run the bolt through the unit housing and hoisting eye, then attach the nut. (See illustration at right). DUCTWORK 1. Sizing and layout of ductwork and outlets should provide maximum uniform airflow throughout the area. Make-up air should be introduced at a location inside the area, but as far away from existing exhaust hoods as possible to permit conditioned air to flow throughout the entire area before reaching the exhaust zone, or unless connected to an engineered make-up air system. 2. Ductwork must be adequately sized and designed for minimum resistance (static pressure) to provide required airflow. Check rating plate for minimum allowable CFM flow over the heat exchange: at low heating speed. 3. To avoid pressure losses, all short radius rectangular elbows should have turning vanes, offsets should not be avoided, and small ducts and takeoffs should be undersized. 4. Main supply duct normally consists of a rectangular vane elbow at the unit and vertical duct extension, both pieces having the same dimensions as the unit discharge opening. The ductwork gauge size must be according to local codes. Ceiling registers should be the fixed type (if adjustable, modify so full closing is not possible). (See illustration right) CEILING REGISTER With the make-up air unit in place on the floor, and the framed roof opening installed: 1. Position roof jack over the opening. 2. Caulk and attach the transition elbow to the unit with a flexible connection. 3. Push the extension duct up until it slides through the roof jack into the transition elbow (the bottom flange of the extension duct should fit flush with ceiling). 4. Seal, caulk and secure into place. 5. In the building, remove side grilles from the ceiling register box, center box over opening and secure. 6. Protect outdoor ductwork with weatherproof insulation material. 7. Any ductwork within 6 feet of unit must have a minimum of 2 inches clearance from combustible materials. 8. This is ARES recommendation but you should always check local codes in your area. Tel: (800) 421-1266 • Internet: www.marsair.com 5
  6. Packaged Hydronic/Steam Make-Up Air Unit WATER INSTALLATION (with optional evaporative cooling) Water circulated by a sump pump to troughs above the cooling media. It then flows by gravity through “V” shaped slots and saturates the cooling filters. A float valve assembly replaces water lost by evaporation. To avoid build up of organic minerals and salts in the sump, an adjustable bleed-off valve directs a small stream of water through the overflow drain. An optional fill and drain kit, which consists of a 3-way valve, 2-way valve and relay itemized for freeze protection of the Make-up Air Unit water line, is available for field installation. CAUTION: Damage caused by not correctly installing and servicing the bleed- off pipe is not covered by the ARES warranty. The following is a brief outline of the evaporative cooling installation procedure. 1. To install use an inside cold water line that has not passed through a water softening system because salts will create additional maintenance and upkeep. 2. Install a 1/2" water piping to the right front support leg of the unit. Include a convenient shut-off valve and provisions for draining to prevent freezing in the piping layout. 3. Install the overflow standpipe in the sump drain. 4. Install a drain line between the overflow standpipe (in the sump drain) to a suitable drain (check local codes). 5. Install the float valve assembly and adjust it so the water level is approximately 2" deep in the sump pan. (See illustration below). CAUTION: Damage caused by incorrect water level in sump pan is not covered by the ARES warranty. 6. Install the float valve and adjust the bleed valve to bypass the main water line to rid the system of organic and mineral deposits. (See illustration above) Tel: (800) 421-1266 • Internet: www.marsair.com 6
  7. Packaged Hydronic/Steam Make-Up Air Unit ELECTRICAL CONTROLS COOL Actuates blower motor relay and (optional) pump relay if evaporative cooling is purchased. VENT Actuates blower motor relay only. HEAT Actuates blower motor relay and (optional) steam valve motor with proportional control. If optional steam valve/liquid valve and control are not ordered, a dry set of contacts will be provided to allow signaling of an external control by others. HI-LO Actuates either high or low blower motor relay dependent upon selected (Optional) switch position. RETURN AIR Actuates damper for outside air or recirculates inside air. (Optional) Tel: (800) 421-1266 • Internet: www.marsair.com 7
  8. Packaged Hydronic/Steam Make-Up Air Unit COIL ASSEMBLY UNIT SELECTION INFORMATION For Steam: 1. Furnish CFM, external static pressure, entering air temperature, leaving air temperature, steam pressure (and temperature if super-heated). 2. Select options. For Hot or Cold Water 1. Furnish CFM, external static pressure, entering air temperature, leaving air temperature, water temperature, GPM (optional), percent glycol solution (if applicable). 2. Select options. Control Valve COIL CAPACITIES AND STANDARD FEATURES HOT WATER STANDARD FEATURES Maximum Operating Pressure 200 PSIG * .028" Thickness Copper Tubes Maximum Operating Temperature 375° F * .10" Aluminum Fins Maximum CFM 10,000 * 5/8" O.D. Tubes Maximum Rows 2 * Copper Headers Maximum Fins Per Inch 12 * Coils Pitched in Casing for Drainage Face Area 12.3 ft. * Vent and Drain Plugs STEAM STANDARD FEATURES Maximum Operating Pressure* 100 PSIF * .035" Thickness Copper Tubes Maximum Operating Temperature 338° F *.10" Aluminum Fins Maximum CFM 10,000 * 5/8 Tubes Maximum Rows 2 * Steel Headers * Coils Pitched in Casing for Condensate Maximum Fins Per Inch 12 Removal Face Area 12.3 ft. *Non-Freeze Design** * Other pressures and temperatures can be furnished. Please consult factory. ** This design prevents freezing of the condensate, when a sufficient amount of steam is provided to the coil and water is removed by trapping as fast as it is being condensed. Tel: (800) 421-1266 • Internet: www.marsair.com 8
  9. Packaged Hydronic/Steam Make-Up Air Unit OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES The fill and drain kit provides automatic filling and draining of the water pan on the cooling cycle and draining on the heating cycle, by pushing the appropriate button on remote control. (See illustrations below) Tel: (800) 421-1266 • Internet: www.marsair.com 9
  10. Packaged Hydronic/Steam Make-Up Air Unit OPERATION INITIAL START-UP 1. Check electrical power and manifold pressure against the unit’s nameplate. 2. Check airflow through the unit. a. The adjustable motor sheave should be adjusted to provide the correct blower wheel RPM to attain the design airflow at the inherent system resistance. Do not adjust sheaves so the airflow is below the minimum shown on the nameplate. b. Be certain the installation is adjusted to obtain the temperature rise specified on the nameplate. 3. Check belt tension and alignment. Correct tension is a center belt deflection of 1/2" and 3/4" for each foot of belt between the pulley and sheave. CAUTION: Never adjust the belt tension by changing the setting of the split motor sheave. Adjust by moving electric motor along tracks provided on the motor base to obtain correct fan belt deflection. 4. Check nameplate for maximum amperage. 5. With an observer at the unit, complete the following at the remote control panel: a. Assure power is on. Set unit on high speed (two speed units only). b. Push “Vent” button. Blower should operate. c. Using an ampmeter, test motor amperage and adjust as required with adjustable sheave. Be sure load on motor does not exceed nameplate amperage rating. d. Push “Cool” button. Pump and blower should be in operation. e. Push “Heat” button. The blower will remain in operation and the steam/liquid valve will be activated. f. On two speed models, place the 2-speed toggle switch in desired (high or low) position. g. Push “Off” button. Unit should shut down. 6. Check discharge air control for desired temperature setting. (Field provided on Hydronic units.) 7. If unit is operating properly, recheck system by repeating Step 5. If unit does not function properly, refer to Troubleshooting and Service Section. Tel: (800) 421-1266 • Internet: www.marsair.com 10
  11. Packaged Hydronic/Steam Make-Up Air Unit TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE 1. If unit is inoperative, check: a. Circuit breakers b. Line fuses c. Internal fuse d. Voltage at contractors e. Transformer output 24 volt remote control switch 2. If insufficient cooling occurs, check: a. Line power to pump relay b. Auxiliary transformer on units with supply voltage over 120 volts (optional) c. 24 volts on pump relay coil d. Power on load side of relay e. Visually check pump operation f. Water system obstructions 3. If low airflow occurs, check: a. Blower belts slipping b. Improper motor sheave setting c. Evaporator pads plugged up d. Excessive ductwork resistance e. Blower motor horsepower too low for requirements 4. If insufficient heating occurs: a. Adjust heating thermostats higher b. Fan switch setting too low c. Airflow too high d. Limit switch cycling 5. If heat is excessive: a. Adjust heating thermostats lower b. Airflow too low for thermostat setting 6. If remote control is inoperative, check: a. 24 volt power to switch b. With switch set at its various positions, check output voltage per the switch action shown in the wiring diagram on unit. 7. If there is mineral buildup on evaporative pads, check: a. Insufficient bleed off water b. Bleed line plugged c. Insufficient water over pads (hardness of water may necessitate more frequent cleaning and/or pad replacement). Tel: (800) 421-1266 • Internet: www.marsair.com 11
  12. Packaged Hydronic/Steam Make-Up Air Unit ARES Preventative Maintenance Procedures MAINTENANCE ITEMS QUARTERLY HEATING SEASON COOLING SEASON STANDARD EVAPORATIVE COOLERS Evap/filter media Check and clean. Check and clean. Check and clean. Replace if necessary. Replace every 5 yrs. Evap pump/basket Clean before start of season. Check for operation. Evaporator pan Check and clean. Drain and clean. Clean and fill. Float valve assembly Check operation. Turn off water supply. Turn on water and check for proper adjustment, 2" in pan. Bleed off valve Check for clogging. Assure proper placement in drain overflow pipe. Belt adjustment Check tension, wear Adjust as needed. Adjust as needed. and adjustment. Water distribution Clean and flush. Be sure to turn off Clean & flush. Make manifold water supply & drain sure all distribution water from system. points are free of any obstructions. Blower motor Check amp draw, belt Check amp draw and Check amp draw & tension & wear. oil bearings. oil bearings. Drives, bearings Check alignment & Check alignment & Check alignment & & pulleys bearing wear. bearing wear. bearing wear. Fill & drain kits Check corrosion Ensure drain valve Ensure fill valve opens, & leaks. opens, draining pan. filling pan. Tel: (800) 421-1266 • Internet: www.marsair.com 12
  13. Tel: (800) 421-1266 • Internet: www.marsair.com H1 & H2 TERMINALS ARE DRY CONTACTS THAT CLOSE DURING THE "HEAT" CYCLE. FIELD HI VOLT FIELD LO VOLT FACTORYHI VOLT FACTORY LO VOLT NOTE: IF ANY OF THE ORIGINAL WIRE AS SUPPLIED WITH THE APPLIANCE MUST BE REPLACED, IT MUST BE REPLACED WITH WIRING MATERIAL HAVING A TEMPERATURE RATING OF AT LEAST 105 ∞C. 13 Packaged Hydronic/Steam Make-Up Air Unit
  14. Tel: (800) 421-1266 • Internet: www.marsair.com FIELD HI VOLT FIELD LO VOLT FACTORY HI VOLT FACTORY LO VOLT NOTE: IF ANY OF THE ORIGINAL WIRE AS SUPPLIED WITH THE APPLIANCE MUST BE REPLACED, IT MUST BE REPLACED WITH WIRING MATERIAL HAVING A TEMPERATURE RATING OF AT LEAST 105 ∞C. 208V to 120V KVA TRANSFORMER 14 Packaged Hydronic/Steam Make-Up Air Unit
  15. Tel: (800) 421-1266 • Internet: www.marsair.com FIELD HI VOLT FIELD LO VOLT FACTORYHI VOLT FACTORY LO VOLT MODEL 1039 NOTE: IF ANY OF THE ORIGINAL WIRE AS SUPPLIED WITH THE APPLIANCE MUST BE REPLACED, IT MUST BE REPLACED WITH WIRING MATERIAL HAVING A TEMPERATURE RATING OF AT LEAST 105 ∞C. 15 Packaged Hydronic/Steam Make-Up Air Unit
  16. Packaged Hydronic/Steam Make-Up Air Unit ARES Parts List PART NO. DESCRIPTION 987060 Motor base 990065 Pump CP6500 980390 Pump basket 981665 Float valve 987400 Pad frame assembly 987360 Coolpad filer 36" X 34" 989635 Blower assembly 15 X 15 990715 Blower assembly 18 X 18 986400 1/2 HP 115/230V, 1 phase, 1 speed 986405 1/2 HP 208/230-460V, 3 phase, 1 speed 986410 1/2 HP 115V, 1Phase, 2 speed 986420 1/2 HP 115/230V, 1 phase, 1 speed 986425 1/2 HP 208/230-460V, 3 phase, 1 speed 986430 1/2 HP 115V, 1 phase, 2 speed 986435 1/2 HP 230V, 1 phase, 2 speed 986450 1 HP 115/230V, 1 phase, 1 speed 986460 1 HP 115V, 1 phase, 2 speed 986465 1HP 230V, 1 phase, 2 speed 986470 1 HP 208/230V, 3 phase, 2 speed 986475 1 HP 460V, 3 phase, 2 speed 986455 1 HP 208/230-460V, 3 phase, 1 speed 986490 1-1/2 HP 115/230V, 1 phase, 1 speed 986505 1-1/2 HP 208/230V, 3 phase, 2 speed 986510 1-1/2 HP 460V, 3 phase, 2 speed 986500 1-1/2 HP 208/230-460V, 3 phase, 1 speed 986525 2 HP 208/230V. 3 phase, 2 speed 986530 2 HP 460V, 3 phase, 2 speed 984520 2 HP 208/230-460V, 3 phase, 1 speed 986515 2 HP 115/230V, 1 phase, 1 speed 986545 3 HP 208/230V, 3 phase, 2 speed 986550 3 HP 460V, 3 phase, 2 speed 986540 3 HP 208/230-460V, 3 phase, 1 speed 986560 5 HP 208/230V, 3 phase, 2 speed 986565 5 HP 208/230-460V, 3 phase, 1 speed 986555 5 HP208/230-460V, 3 phase, 1 speed 986570 7-1/2 Hp 208/230-460V, 3 phase, 1 speed Tel: (800) 421-1266 • Internet: www.marsair.com 16
  17. Packaged Hydronic/Steam Make-Up Air Unit Service and Ordering Information 1. ORDERING For prompt and accurate handling of your order, always include: (See Owner’s Registration Reference Sheet Page 19) a. Serial number on unit part b. Model number of unit c. Part number d. Part name e. Voltage f. Owner and property location g. Date installed (See Owner Registration in the back of this manual) Shipment may be delayed without proper information. If unit is in warranty, replacement part will be billed and shipped. Credit will be issued when the part in question is returned, inspected and found defective under normal usage (call the Service Department at ARES® for instructions). 2. TERMS AND CONDITIONS Price changes: All prices will be shipped C.O.D. for customers without an open account. Returns: Written authority must be obtained before returning any merchandise. All returned merchandise must be shipped prepaid and is subject to a handling charge. Damaged merchandise: Notify the carrier in the event of damaged shipments, whether apparent at the time of delivery or concealed damage is discovered after unpacking. File your complaint with the carrier, not the factory. ARES’ responsibility ceases when shipment is accepted by a reliable carrier for delivery. Taxes: Any taxes or other government charge upon production, sale and/or shipment of merchandise sold hereunder, not imposed by Federal, State, or Municipal authorities, or hereafter becoming effective, shall be added to the price herein provided, and shall be paid by the buyer. ALL SHIPMENTS F.O.B., GARDENA, CALIFORNIA TO ORDER PARTS OR OBTAIN SERVICE INFORMATION, CONTACT: AIR REPLACEMENT ENGINEERING SYSTEMS 14716 S. Broadway Gardena, CA 90248 Phone: (800) 421-1266 Fax: (310) 324-3030 Tel: (800) 421-1266 • Internet: www.marsair.com 17
  18. Packaged Hydronic/Steam Make-Up Air Unit Limited Warranty Packaged Hydronic/Steam Make-Up Air Unit Model No.:_____________________________Serial No.:_________________________________ Voltage:______________Phase:_________Steam:______________Hydronic: ________________ Date Installation Completed: ____________________________________ ARES® extends this warranty to the original owner of this make-up air unit providing it is installed according to factory instructions, the warranty card is completely filled out and returned to the factory, and the unit is used under normal conditions. Length and Coverage of Warranty The manufacturer will provide free replacement for any part which fails as a result of a defect in material or workmanship during the first year after the date of installation (or 18 months from date of shipment; whichever comes first). The cost of labor and transportation is not included in this offer. The heat coils only are warranted to be free from manufacturing defects under normal use and service for a period of three years following date of original installation. The factory will exchange the heat coil if it is received freight prepaid at the factory, 14716 S. Broadway, Gardena, CA. 90248, and if found upon examination by the factory to be defective due to faulty material or factory workmanship. It is the responsibility of the owner to arrive at an agreement with a service organization to repair and/or supply the heat coil furnished by the manufacturer under this plan. Exemptions of Warranty Coverage A. The manufacturer is not responsible for any damage not caused by a defect in material or workmanship. This includes, but is not limited to misuse, abuse, improper installation and transportation or handling charge. B. The manufacturer is not responsible for any consequential damage resulting from any malfunction. Some states do not allow the exclusion of consequential damages so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. C. The manufacturer is not responsible for the cost of labor and transportation that may be required to replace the parts covered in Section I of this warranty. D. Alterations or disassembly of unit, or any rewiring other than factory recommended wiring voids this warranty. Obtaining Warranty Service Please contact installing contractor, servicing contractor and/or the selling agency from whom you purchased the unit. If you cannot locate them, contact ARES®, 14716 S. Broadway, Gardena, CA 90248. Phone: 800-421-1266; fax: 310-324-3030 or by email at; aresinfo@marsair.com. What to do in case of unsatisfactory warranty service. Please write the ARES® Service Department. Include your name, address and zip code, name of agency from whom unit was purchased, the model and serial number of the unit, date of purchase and a description of the problem. Any warranty that may be implied from this purchase is hereby limited to the one year duration of this warranty. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may be apply for you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have rights which may vary from state to state. Parts may be ordered from the ARES Service Dept. by contacting by phone at 800-421-1266. You may also contact us by fax at 310-324-3030 or by email at aresinfo@marsair.com. Tel: (800) 421-1266 • Internet: www.marsair.com 18
  19. Packaged Hydronic/Steam Make-Up Air Unit OWNER REGISTRATION REFERENCE SHEET For Packaged Make-up Air Units (fill out at time of installation) DO NOT REMOVE FROM THIS MANUAL Model No.__________________________ Serial No. _______________________ Customer’s Name____________________________________________________ Address____________________________________________________________ Installer’s Name _____________________________________________________ Address____________________________________________________________ Installed at _________________________________________________________ Installation Date _____________________________________________________ Remarks ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ 14716 S. Broadway, Gardena, CA 90248 Tel: (800) 421-1266 • (310) 532-1555 • Fax (310) 324-3030 Internet: www.marsair.com • Email: aresinfo@marsair.com Tel: (800) 421-1266 • Internet: www.marsair.com 19
  20. Packaged Hydronic/Steam Make-Up Air Unit Warranty Registration This sheet should be filled in and mailed to the factory within 15 days following installation. Owner: __________________________________________________________________________ Address:_________________________________________________________________________ Phone: __________________________________________________________________________ Installer: _________________________________________________________________________ Address:_________________________________________________________________________ Phone: __________________________________________________________________________ In Service Date: ___________________________________________________________________ SUPPLY Model: ______________________________________________ Serial No.: ___________________________________________ Belt Size: ____________________________________________ Drive Pulley Size: _____________________________________ Wheel Pulley Size: ____________________________________ Motor HP: ___________________________________________ Voltage: _____________________________________________ Phase: ______________________________________________ Fuse Size: ___________________________________________ Overload Setting: _____________________________________ Motor Amps RTD: _____________________________________ Actual: ______________________________________________ Are belts aligned properly Yes ______ No _______ Are set screws and locking collars tight Yes ______ No _______ Unusual wheel alignment or vibration Yes ______ No _______ Is coil positioned and piped properly Yes ______ No _______ Are evaporative pads working properly (if supplied) Yes ______ No _______ Are unit bases properly installed Yes ______ No _______ System operational without further adjustment Yes ______ No _______ System requires following corrections:__________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ System demonstrated to System inspected by ____________________________________ ____________________________________ ____________________________________ ____________________________________ ____________________________________ ____________________________________ Tel: (800) 421-1266 • Internet: www.marsair.com
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