Small Duct, High Velocity
The attractive, effective comfort solution
Air circulation is the critical component in indoor comfort. Even the most efficient, high performance air conditioner or furnace can’t make you comfortable unless the conditioned air is effectively circulated throughout the entire structure.
Our SDHV system consists of an energy efficient air handler that’s coupled with your home’s central air conditioner and furnace or heat pump, delivering the cool or warmed air through very small ducts with outlets that can be located in the walls, ceilings and floors.
The result is an HVAC installation that maintains the integrity of your home’s architecture and interior design. That means...
- No more unsightly registers or radiators
- No dropped ceilings, soffits, or other add-ons to accommodate ductwork
- No more cold spots or temperature stratification
- No more annoying whistling air in the ducts
Our SDHV system is the ideal solutions for custom built and historical home, a labor-saving solution for new construction and perfect for renovations and retrofits.
The flexible ducts easily fit behind walls and ceilings, with outlets positioned where they're needed to deliver comfort—especially important in today's open floor plans. The small ducts are just 2" or 2-1/2" in diameter (interior), about one-third the size of outlets on sheet metal ducts, and are available in a variety of woods, metal and plastic, prefinished or ready for stain or paint to match your room's interior.
Unit Components—Includes blower, blower motor, controls and heat exchanger; 5 ton units are modular with sections easily joined
PSC Blower Motor—Permanently lubricated with automatic reset thermal overload protection
Blower—Direct drive, centrifugal type designed for high pressure applications with mounting that is easily removed for service, Capable of delivering at least 250 CFM per nominal ton of capacity
Control Panel—24V with transformer
Refrigerant Coils—Copper tubes with bonded aluminum fins, protected from freeze-up by temperature limit control
Refrigerant Metering—TXV with threaded connections
Heat Pump Coils—Includes a bypass relay for anti-frost control during defrost mode
Drain Pan—Stainless steel to resist corrosion
Supply Tubing—Flexible tubing has inner core of two-ply corrugated aluminum wrapped with fiberglass insulation with outer vapor seal jacket of reinforced aluminized mylar
Connectors—Made of metal with a tape ring for secure sealing without compressing insulation