BCHQ Series

Product Information


Blower Coil Horizontal Quiet BCHQ
Price Quiet Horizontal Blower Coils offer the same features and benefits as the standard horizontal units but are shipped with a factory assembled discharge silencer to reduce room noise levels. The discharge silencer is specially designed and directly coupled to the Blower Coil unit to dramatically reduce noise with minimal impact on the performance of the unit. Price quiet blower coils are shipped as two pieces with the silencer shipped loose for field installation.

  • 18 gauge galvanized steel cabinet.
  • Internal insulation - fiberglass 1 in. [25 mm] thick, min 1.5 lb density which meets the requirements of NFPA 90a and UL181.
  • Integral Discharge silencer with Fiberglass acoustical lining.
  • Removable bottom and side access panels.
  • Slip & Drive connections on inlet and discharge.
  • Sloped galvanized steel drain pan with 3/4 in. male NPT connection, which meets the requirements of ASHRAE 62-2001.
  • 9/16 in. Hanger rod 'through-bolt' holes for suspension.
  • 2 in. Filter rack with side and bottom tool free access panels. MERV 8 filters as standard.
Fan and motor drive assembly
  • Forward curved, double width, double inlet fan, dynamically balanced.
  • Fan shaft is mounted in permanently lubricated concentric lock or pillow block ball bearings.
  • Motors are 1725 rpm, 60hz, single speed, continuous duty and reversible in direction
  • Motors are available in 115, 208-230, 277 volt single phase and 208-230, 460, 600 volt 3 phase
  • V-belt drive with adjustable motor base and variable pitch drive pulley.
  • The Blower/motor assembly is completely isolated from the rest of the unit using vibration isolators and internal flex duct.
Water Coils
  • AHRI 410 certified
  • Coils have copper tubes with aluminum fins, manual air vents and 20 ga. galvanized steel casings
  • 1 or 2 row heating (pre/reheat), 3,4,6,8 row cooling, up to 10 rows total
  • Coils available in LH and RH configurations
  • Coils are field reversible.
Electrical Options
Standard units come with the motor leads wired to a J-box.
  • Toggle Disconnect switch
  • Motor Fusing
  • Magnetic Contactors
  • 24V transforme


Optional Features Include:
  • Stainless steel drain pan.
  • Hinged tool free access on side panels.
  • Hinged tool free access on bottom panels.
  • MERV 13 filters.
  • Cabinet Liners
    o Closed cell foam
    o Foil faced fiberglass rigid board
    o Double wall construction
  • Silencer Liners
    o Fiberglass Cloth
    o Polymer Film
  • Secondary Drain connection
  • Spring hanger brackets
  • Mixing box
  • Control Options
  • Electric Heat
BCHQ with Polymer Film Option -
Application Considerations

This option features a Polymer film wrapped around the fiberglass media packed inside of the silencer. The polymer film and perforated metal facing the air are separated with an acoustical stand off. This is typical industry construction for silencers where fiberglass isolation is required. The Polymer film is a non-porous reflective material, therefore absorption of moisture is prevented, but less sound absorption is achieved when compared to an unlined fiberglass silencer. The Polymer film option is a good choice for areas were moisture may be encountered due to condensation or cleaning or for critical spaces such as labs, cleanrooms or surgical suites. Normally, when polymer film is specified for the silencer, exposed fiberglass will not be permitted in the downstream duct work due to erosion, cleaning or moisture concerns. It should also be noted that when polymer film is selected for the silencer, a liner option will normally be selected for the Blower Coil casing as well. This could be solid metal (double wall), fiber free foam or foil faced fiberglass board. All of these casing liner options will have an effect on radiated and inlet sound (discharge sound is not affected).The cataloged radiated and inlet sound levels are for standard fiberglass construction only.

For radiated and inlet sound data of casing liner options, please contact Applications Engineering. For further sound selection guidelines, please refer to the sound selection guide in the BCH section.

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