Carrier Unveils New Factory-Installed Thermal Expansion Valve Option

Carrier streamlines its Aero 39M air handler installation while increasing accuracy with the introduction of its factory-installed TXV that is piped to the outside of the cabinet.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Carrier is delivering even greater flexibility to its Aero 39M commercial air handler through the addition of a factory-installed thermal expansion valve.

Selecting and optimizing the 39M air handler is made easy by using Carrier AHUBuilder software that models refrigerant-based cooling systems to help determine the most efficient system possible. The software also calculates the correct TXV and nozzle combination for the application, removing any guesswork regarding which components to specify.

Since 2001, the Aero 39M was one of the first units offered in North America with foam-filled, double-wall construction resulting in panel with a R-13 insulating value. Building off that legacy of innovation, it’s offered today with more unit sizes and features than ever before.

It is the only commercial air handling unit available to offer Agion antimicrobial technology as an optional coating for the inside panel skin. This antimicrobial is registered with the EPA for use in heating, ventilation and air-conditioning applications. Agion suppresses the growth of microbes on the treated surface releasing silver ions at a slow and steady rate, ensuring long-term protection over the product’s lifetime.

For more info, visit: www.carrier.com/39M.