Trox launches new high efficiency fan coil range

Trox, Trox PWX Series

Trox has announced the launch of a major new fancoil range – the Trox PWX Series – which brings to the market a 25% to 35% energy efficiency improvement over alternative models, with outstanding acoustic performance, and BACnet-enabled integrated controls packages as standard.

The new Trox PWX Series is designed to replace the company’s earlier fancoil models. The range includes 6 different physical sizes of unit, with a total of nine possible airflow configurations and 16 different fan options. The units are designed for 4-pipe heating and cooling, 2-pipe cooling, or electric heating as standard.

The new products have undergone thorough in-house testing, using Trox’s test chamber (constructed to comply with ASHRAE 79, BS1397 and EUROVENT 6/3), in addition to extensive corroboration of results at an independent test facility. As a result, specifiers are able to input exact performance criteria for an extremely wide range of thermal and acoustic scenarios when planning their air conditioning schemes, instead of having to rely on less reliable ‘anticipated’ or ‘expected’ data.

The Trox PWX range is therefore able to speed up the specification of projects significantly, reduce levels of risk, streamline installation and commissioning, and provide valuable environmental and cost benefits.

The Trox PWX fancoils are supplied with specially-designed on-board controls packages, as standard. Control is based on the BACnet protocol, offering the full flexibility of uniquely addressed terminal units, which interface with building management systems and provide feedback on each unit’s performance. Trox can also offer standalone controls that allow user control of individual units where no BMS is present.

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