by Brianna Crandall — May 16, 2018 — Today’s building owners and facilities managers (FMs) need heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) solutions that meet both comfort and budget demands. Daikin engineers designed PreciseLine to affordably condition air up to 5000 cfm, precisely matching a building’s air-handling demand at an economical blower coil price point.
Balancing loads, fresh air, delivery requirements, and other design obstacles is a complex problem that calls for a clever solution, says the company.
Going beyond delivering savings at the time of purchase, PreciseLine offers a wide range of standard features that sets this blower coil above the rest. Standard double-wall foam construction drives higher energy efficiency and budget-minded lifetime performance, all while conditioning air for a larger space in a smaller package to meet a wide range of building designs. The standard direct drive 0-10V modulating fan motors keep comfort up and cost down.
With PreciseLine, Daikin says it takes indoor air quality (IAQ) to the next level. The same double-wall construction that improves energy efficiency also provides easy cleaning to minimize pathogens, contaminants, and fiberglass strands, particularly for occupants of schools and medical facilities that rely on clean, healthy air.
Designed for optimal flexibility to meet the varying needs of climates and buildings, PreciseLine’s modulating components fine-tune the unit to precisely what each space demands for quiet comfort. 0-10V fan motors, valve packages, fresh air supply dampers, and electric heat are engineered to provide a high level of thermal comfort, reduced sound levels, and easy maintenance for the life of the unit.