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Offered complete with controls from York and other manufacturers — York’s YFC-E series of fan-coil units

Fan-coil units designed for UK market

Published:  10 November, 2004

York’s YFC-E range of fan-coil units are designed for UK market requirements. The design philosophy was aimed at countering the problems of on-site installation, so factory prefabrication includes the fitting of standard York controls or those requested by the client. Delivery can be achieved in three to four weeks, or earlier for standard units. All units are factory tested

These fan-coil units are capable of very low noise levels. Features include ‘plug-and-play’ electrical connections, a non-handed coil block and drain pan that can be reversed on site without the need for additional parts. Interchangeable blanking plates and spigots are screw-fixed to discharge plena that can be adapted on site.

There are two model ranges. The 300 series offers 280-mm deep ceiling-mounted waterside control unit. The 200 series is 235 mm deep. For accurate commissioning, 15 fan speeds are available.



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