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Self Contained Units

Self-Contained Units

Air-Cooled & Water-Cooled Air Conditioners with Capacities Ranging from 2 to 105 TR

At Johnson Controls, our Self-Contained AC Units feature high mechanical and architectural flexibility with both horizontal and vertical configurations. From Air-Cooled Units that eliminate the need for a cooling tower to Water-Cooled Air Conditioners that help save energy by conditioning air with a waterside economizer, our Self-Contained Units offer individualized control that is ideal for individual tenant metering. Our higher capacity Water-Cooled Units provide high efficiency performance – helping you lower your energy costs all while enjoying the quiet operation of low-noise fans.

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  • Mechanical Flexibility - Available in both horizontal and vertical configurations; drive components can be upsized for applications with higher external static-pressure requirements
  • Architectural Flexibility - Eliminates the need for a cooling tower or building penetrations needed for air-cooled units
  • Individualized Control - Ideal for applications requiring individual tenant control and/or metering
  • Save Energy - Air-condition without compressors when outside air is cool by using an airside economizer or when tower water is cool by using a waterside economizer
  • Easy Installation, Reduced Floorspace  - Compact dimensions and knock-down capability allow doorway, hallway, and elevator access
  • Excellent Indoor Air Quality
  • Quiet Operation
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