OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — ClimateCraft announces the launch of its quick-ship custom air handling units, available for shipment in three weeks. Providing high-quality, reliable operation with many customizable and pre-approved options, the new program is the first in its product category to be consistently available within this timeframe, without sacrificing unit performance out of necessity for a quick replacement solution.
Designed with robust capabilities, such as the ability to handle higher static pressures, the new ClimateCraft quick-ship air handling units offer the comprehensive advantages of a high-quality, expertly engineered HVAC solution for new construction and retrofit applications – all with a consistently available three-week manufacturing cycle.
“Previously, when faced with a tight project turn-around or urgent HVAC equipment replacement scenario, owner/operators, engineers and contractors were limited to an off-the-shelf ‘one size fits all’ air handling solution,” explained Gina Cottrell, vice president of sales and marketing at ClimateCraft. “With our new quick-ship AHUs, the industry now has the availability of more customization capabilities and long-term operation and reliability, combined in a product that can be shipped in a consistently available three weeks to accommodate a more demanding project schedule.”
The new quick-ship custom AHUs from ClimateCraft offer several options, including a range of plenum heights, widths and lengths; FanMatrix fan arrays with several motor sizes; a MatrixMonitor fan array airflow measurement device; various coil and connection types/sizes and header configurations; a selection of interior and exterior material types and finishes; foam or fiberglass insulation options; door hardware and dimension flexibility and add-on features including dampers, louvers, rainhoods and UV lights.
Available now from ClimateCraft upon release of approved credit and receipt of approved submittals, quick-ship custom AHUs can be ordered from your local ClimateCraft sales representative. For more information, visit www.climatecraft.com.