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MHW Air Handling Unit (50/60)

Technical Manual
Engineered for flexibility and performance.
TM
MHW - 2010 (50/60)
MHW015A MHW020A
MHW025A MHW030A
MHW035A MHW040A
MHW050A
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Contents
Nomenclature ...........................................................................................................................2
Features ...................................................................................................................................2
Electric Heater Power ...............................................................................................................3
Specifcations ...........................................................................................................................4
Components data .....................................................................................................................5
Sound data ...............................................................................................................................6
Performance correction coeffcient ...........................................................................................7
Outline and dimensions ............................................................................................................8
Electrical data .........................................................................................................................10
Wiring diagrams...................................................................................................................... 11
Installation ..............................................................................................................................13
Service and maintenance .......................................................................................................15
Trouble shooting .....................................................................................................................16
Exploded view and part list .....................................................................................................17
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2010 McQuay International
Bulletin illustrations cover the general appearance of McQuay International products at the time of publication
and we reserve the right to make changes in design and construction at any time without notice.
Note: Installation and maintenance are to be performed only by qualifed personnel who are
familiar with local codes and regulations, and experienced with this type of equipment.
Caution: Sharp edges and coil surfaces are a potential injury hazard. Avoid contact with them.
Warning: Moving machinery and electrical power hazard. May cause severe personal injury or
death. Disconnect and lock off power before servicing equipment.
Literature No.: TM-MHW-1001A
Supersedes: TM-MHW-0901
Part No.: M08039110015
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E:export
U:"Made in China" label
Design series
A:220-240V/1Ph/50Hz
K:208-230V/1Ph/60Hz
L-Left hand (Facing discharge)
R-Right hand (Facing discharge)
4-4 coil rows; 6-6 coil rows
A-Design Serial No.
030-Nominal airfow is 3000 m3/h
MHW-McQuay super thin
horizontal air handling unit
MHW 030 A- 4 L -A AA E
Nomenclature
Features
General Information
McQuay for years has been committed to provide high quality air handling systems of various models and types,
and has made remarkable achievements in the industry. As a new generation of products, the MHW series slim
ceiling air handling units are launched by McQuay to adapt to the increasingly cramped building layout.
In addition to the outstanding performance of previous McQuay air handing units, the MHW series slim ceiling air
handling units feature a slim size, only 420mm in height. The airfow is adjustable within the range of three levels to
meet different air fow needs. Powered by a 50 or 60Hz single-phase power supply, this series eliminates the need
for users to expand the power capacity. The MHW series can be mounted in a wide variety of places, especially those
with limited space and high noise. Featuring easy installation and fexible use, the MHW series helps minimize the
indoor space and maximize customers benefts.
Structure
The high-strength galvanized steel sheets, coated with electrostatic spraying, are highly corrosion-proof.
Made of a new type of PE material, the heat insulator features ideal thermal insulation, sound absorption, and no
moisture permeability. The insulator is also proof against cold bridge.
Fans
With effcient tilted multi-blade centrifugal fans, this unit provides low noise but high reliability. The fan and the motor
are coupled directly. The high-precision and quality ball bearing eliminate the need for lubricating.
Multi-level Speed Control
Driven by a single-phase capacitor-running asynchronous motor, the unit can be adjusted at three levels to provide
different amounts of air fow.
Filters
The air inlet is equipped with primary nylon flters.
Heat Exchanger
Made on the OAK manufacturing facility the heat exchanger uses thin-walled copper tubes mechanically expanded
into new-type fns, to ensure close contact between the cooper tubes and fns. This enables the coils to provide best
heat exchange and the units to run reliably and effciently.
Performance
MHW series products feature high external total pressure (ETP) and large cooling capacity. Slim in size and simple
in structure, this series makes it easy for installation and maintenance.
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Electric Box Model Power Supply Capacity(kW)
MHW-EH-020BOX 220-240V/1Ph/50Hz 2
MHW-EH-025BOX 220-240V/1Ph/50Hz 2.5
MHW-EH-030BOX 220-240V/1Ph/50Hz 3
MHW-EH-035BOX 220-240V/1Ph/50Hz 3.5
MHW-EH-040BOX 220-240V/1Ph/50Hz 4
MHW-EH-045BOX 220-240V/1Ph/50Hz 4.5
MHW-EH-050BOX 220-240V/1Ph/50Hz 5
MHW-EH-055BOX 220-240V/1Ph/50Hz 5.5
MHW-EH-060BOX 220-240V/1Ph/50Hz 6
MHW-EH-065BOX 220-240V/1Ph/50Hz 6.5
MHW-EH-070BOX 220-240V/1Ph/50Hz 7
MHW-EH-075BOX 220-240V/1Ph/50Hz 7.5
Electric Heater Power
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Specifcations
MODEL MHW015A MHW020A MHW025A MHW030A MHW035A MHW040A MHW050A
NOMINAL AIR FLOW m
3
/h 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 5000
EXTERNAL TOTAL PRESSURE Pa 70 100 100 120 120 150 150
POWER SOURCE V/Ph/Hz 220-240V/1Ph/50Hz 208-230/1/60
NOMI NAL
CAPACITY
COOLING
4 ROWS(RETURN AIR)
kW
6 10 12 16 18 23 29
4 ROWS(FRESH AIR) 19 27 31 40 47 57 70
6 ROWS(RETURN AIR) 10 15 17 22 26 31 37
6 ROWS(FRESH AIR) 25 34 39 49 61 70 84
HEATING
4 ROWS(RETURN AIR) 11 16 19 24 28 34 42
4 ROWS(FRESH AIR) 21 30 34 43 52 61 73
6 ROWS(RETURN AIR) 15 21 23 29 36 42 50
6 ROWS(FRESH AIR) 26 36 41 51 64 74 87
WATER
FLOW
COOLING
4 ROWS(RETURN AIR)
m
3
/h
1.01 1.77 2.40 3.13 3.09 3.91 5.32
4 ROWS(FRESH AIR) 3.26 4.69 6.07 7.65 8.21 9.78 12.89
6 ROWS(RETURN AIR) 1.78 2.57 3.36 4.18 4.58 5.36 7.06
6 ROWS(FRESH AIR) 4.3 5.95 7.61 9.29 10.5 12.15 15.59
HEATING
4 ROWS(RETURN AIR) 0.96 1.38 1.80 2.27 2.42 2.91 3.83
4 ROWS(FRESH AIR) 1.85 2.57 3.26 4.07 4.47 5.28 6.83
6 ROWS(RETURN AIR) 1.27 1.78 2.28 2.79 3.14 3.64 4.69
6 ROWS(FRESH AIR) 2.30 3.14 3.98 4.84 5.52 6.36 8.10
WATER
PRESSURE
DROP
COOLING
4 ROWS(RETURN AIR)
kPa
5 14 24 14 13 25 40
4 ROWS(FRESH AIR) 39 40 46 32 36 46 74
6 ROWS(RETURN AIR) 14 27 54 21 44 45 75
6 ROWS(FRESH AIR) 77 89 96 76 79 103 113
HEATING
4 ROWS(RETURN AIR) 4 12 10 9 11 19 24
4 ROWS(FRESH AIR) 20 26 24 26 20 31 67
6 ROWS(RETURN AIR) 12 24 24 12 32 30 32
6 ROWS(FRESH AIR) 42 49 62 56 53 68 70
UNIT DIMENSION
LENGTH
mm
750 910 1070 1220 1370 1520 1850
WIDTH 750 750 750 750 750 750 750
HEIGHT 420 420 420 420 420 420 420
PACKING DIMENSION
LENGTH 950 1110 1270 1420 1570 1720 2050
WIDTH 1030 1030 1030 1030 1030 1030 1030
HEIGHT 580 580 580 580 580 580 580
WEIGHT
4 ROWS
kg
76 80 86 92 96 102 108
6 ROWS 79 84 90 96 101 107 113
General data
NOTES:
1) ALL SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECTED TO CHANGE BY THE MANUFACTURER WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.
2) THE ABOVE PARAMETERS ARE FOR STANDARD PRODUCTS ONLY .
3) STANDARD AIR RETURN COOLING CONDITIONS: 27 DB/19.5 WB; STANDARD FRESH AIR COOLING CONDITIONS: 34 DB/28 WB;
STANDARD COOLING WATER ENTERING/LEAVING CONDITIONS: 7/12
STANDARD AIR RETURN HEATING CONDITION: 21 DB; STANDARD FRESH AIR HEATING CONDITION: 0 DB;
STANDARD HEATING WATER ENTERING/LEAVING CONDITIONS: 60/50
4) THE PARAMETERS IN THE ABOVE TABLE ARE MEASURED AT THE ALTITUDE OF 0M ABOVE SEA LEVEL, AND MAY VARY WITH
THE ALTITUDE.
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Components data
MODEL MHW015A MHW020A MHW025A MHW030A MHW035A MHW040A MHW050A
STRUCTURE TYPE Galvanized steel coated with elextrostatic spraying, internal glued with insulator PE
COIL
TYPE Corrugated aluminum fn mechanically bonded with copper tube
TUBE DIAMETER(mm) 9.53
FPI 12
WORK PRESSURE(MPa) 1.6
INLET/OUTLET PIPE R1
CONDENSING WATER PIPE R1
FAN
TYPE/MATERIAL Centrifugal forward curved blower and galvanized steel
FAN NO. 1 2
DRIVE TYPE Direct drive
AIR DISCHARGE Lower horizontal air discharge
MOTOR
TYPE Single phase capacitor running
QUANTITY 1 2
INDEX OF PROTECTION(IP) IP20
INSULATION CLASS B
FILTER
TYPE/MATERIAL Primary nylon
SIZE
THICKNESS
mm
21
HEIGHT 345
LENGTH 536 696 856 1006 1156 1306 1636
NOTES:
ALL SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECTED TO CHANGE BY THE MANUFACTURER WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.
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Sound data
Unit ESP Speed
1/1 Octave Sound pressure level (dB(A), ref 20Pa)
Overall
dB(A)
63 125 250 500 1k 2k 4k 8k
MHW015A 70Pa
High 24 36 34 40 38 34 27 19 44.1
Medium 21 33 30 37 34 30 21 15 40.7
Low 19 31 27 34 30 27 17 14 37.7
MHW020A 100Pa
High 28 43 43 43 46 41 33 27 50.6
Medium 27 41 41 41 42 38 30 23 48.0
Low 25 38 37 39 40 35 26 20 45.1
MHW025A 100Pa
High 37 49 49 50 48 46 37 27 55.7
Medium 34 46 46 46 44 42 33 23 52.2
Low 28 45 40 42 39 36 28 18 48.4
MHW030A 120Pa
High 29 45 46 46 46 40 33 25 52.5
Medium 27 43 46 44 43 37 29 21 50.5
Low 26 42 44 42 40 34 26 17 48.5
MHW035A 120Pa
High 37 46 45 47 46 45 43 36 53.5
Medium 35 45 43 46 45 44 41 35 52.1
Low 33 43 41 44 43 42 40 33 50.2
MHW040A 150Pa
High 30 45 44 48 49 44 35 27 53.6
Medium 29 43 42 46 47 41 32 24 51.5
Low 27 43 40 45 43 38 29 21 49.5
MHW050A 150Pa
High 35 49 49 50 52 48 40 33 57.0
Medium 34 49 48 49 51 47 39 32 56.0
Low 31 49 47 48 49 45 37 30 54.9
NOTE:
SOUND PRESSURE LEVELS ARE TESTED IN BAFFLE CHAMBER, WITH BACKGROUND NOISE LEVEL: 11.5 dB(A), MICROPHONE
POSITION IS 1 METER IN FRONT AND 1 METER BELOW THE UNIT.
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Performance correction coeffcient
Cooling capacity performance curve
The above curve shows the cooling capacity variations at different
entering water temperatures.
Standard return air: 27C DB/19.5C WB;
Temperature difference between entering and leaving water: 5C
The cooling capacity correction factors are based on the cooling
capacity (using 1 as the coeffcient) in standard cooling water entering/
leaving conditions (7C for entering water/12C for leaving water).
The above curve shows the cooling capacity variations at different
entering water temperatures.
Standard return air: 34C DB/28C WB;
Temperature difference between entering and leaving water: 5C
The cooling capacity correction factors are based on the cooling
capacity (using 1 as the coeffcient) in standard cooling water entering/
leaving conditions (7C for entering water/12C for leaving water).
Heating capacity performance curve
The above curve shows the heating capacity variations at different
entering water temperatures.
Standard return air: 21C DB;
Temperature difference between entering and leaving water: 10C.
The heating capacity correction factors are based on the heating
capacity (using 1 as the coeffcient) in standard cooling water entering/
leaving conditions (60C for entering water/50C for leaving water).
The above curve shows the heating capacity variations at different
entering water temperatures.
Standard return air: 0C DB;
Temperature difference between entering and leaving water: 10C
The heating capacity correction factors are based on the heating
capacity (using 1 as the coeffcient) in standard cooling water entering/
leaving conditions (60C for entering water/50C for leaving water).
NOTES:
1) THE BLACK CURVE SHOWS THE CAPACITY OF A 4-ROW-COIL UNIT AND THE GRAY CURVE THE CAPACITY OF A 6-ROW-COIL UNIT.
2) COMPARED WITH THE COEFFICIENT (SET TO 1) OF THE UNIT IN STANDARD OPERATING CONDITIONS (ENTERING WATER
AT 60C, AND LEAVING WATER AT 50C), THE VARIATION COEFFICIENT VARIES AS FOLLOWS WHEN THE ENTERING WATER
TEMPERATURE RETAINS AT 45C AND THE LEAVING WATER TEMPERATURE AT 40C:
STANDARD AIR RETURN CONDITION: 0.65 FOR A 4-ROW-COIL UNIT AND 0.64 FOR A 6-ROW-COIL UNIT; STANDARD FRESH AIR
CONDITION: 0.8 FOR A 4-ROW-COIL UNIT AND 0.78 FOR A 6-ROW-COIL UNIT.
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Outlines and dimensions

Dimensions
Model
A B C D
MHW015A 750 540 238 667
MHW020A 910 700 318 827
MHW025A 1070 860 398 987
MHW030A, MHW035A, MHW040A, MHW050A
Dimension
Model
A B C D E
MHW030A 1220 1010 268 176 1137
MHW035A 1370 1160 323 216 1287
MHW040A 1520 1310 333 346 1437
MHW050A 1850 1640 398 546 1767
Unit: mm
Unit: mm
MHW015A, MHW020A, MHW025A
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Flexile Pipe Connection
Electrical Heater
MHW Unit
Electric Box
Scheme of Electric Box Installation
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Electrical data
MODEL MHW015A MHW020A MHW025A MHW030A MHW035A MHW040A MHW050A
POWER SOURCE 220V/1/50Hz
MOTOR
TYPE Asynchronous single phase
INSULATION CLASS B
PROTECTION CLASS IP20
RATED INPUT
POWER
4 ROWS
w
373 614 787 797 905 1248 1533
6 ROWS 397 653 823 845 1016 1362 1699
RATED INPUT
CURRENT
4 ROWS
A
1.72 2.96 3.61 3.62 4.22 5.68 6.98
6 ROWS 1.81 3.01 3.78 3.96 5.10 6.29 7.86
NOTES:
1) ALL SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECTED TO CHANGE BY THE MANUFACTURER WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.
2) ALL DATA ARE BASED ON HIGH SPEED,STANDARD ESP.
MODEL MHW015A MHW020A MHW025A MHW030A MHW035A MHW040A MHW050A
POWER SOURCE 220V/1/60Hz
MOTOR
TYPE Asynchronous single phase
INSULATION CLASS B
PROTECTION CLASS IP20
RATED INPUT
POWER
4 ROWS
w
279 387 945 619 733 1584 2063
6 ROWS 273 445 1137 681 1222 1607 2134
RATED INPUT
CURRENT
4 ROWS
A
1.28 1.79 4.35 2.83 3.41 7.59 9.55
6 ROWS 1.25 2.03 5.29 3.19 5.97 7.73 9.89
NOTES:
1) ALL SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECTED TO CHANGE BY THE MANUFACTURER WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.
2) ALL DATA ARE BASED ON HIGH SPEED,STANDARD ESP.
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Wiring diagrams
MHW015A, MHW020A, MHW025A
MHW030A, MHW035A, MHW040A, MHW050A
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FACTORY WIRING
FIELD WIRING
TB1-2TERMINAL BLOCK
FFUSE FOR TEMP.
NOTE:
THTHERMAL OVERLOAD SWITCH
DPSDIFFER. PRESS SWITCH
TB2 N L
TH
TB1 B
F
A
DPS
ELE-HEATER
R
E
D
B
L
U
E
220Vac(Main Power)
L N PE
CONTROL CIRCUIT
R
E
D
R
E
D
G
/
Y
PROTECTOR
WIRING OF ELE-HEATER
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Installation
Important Notice
Installation and maintenance are to be performed only by technicians who are familiar with local rules and regulations,
and experienced with this type of equipment.
Make sure that the rated voltage of the power supply conforms to the voltage stated on the unit nameplate.
Cut off all power supplies before mounting or maintaining the unit.
Electric connections must conform to local laws and regulations.
The voltage should fuctuate within the range of 10% of the rated voltage.
The unit must be well earthed to prevent insulation failures.
All the wires must be securely connected.
The design of water pipes and ducts must conform to the specifcations of heating, ventilation and air conditioning
norms and regulations.
Mounting Location
Make sure its convenient to connect wires and pipes in the selected mounting location. The minimum space reserved
around MHW units is shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1
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Suspending Installation
During suspending installation, please handle the unit or packing case with care, to avoid damage to any part.
Before leaving the factory, the unit or its packing case already has forklift handling holes or hoisting holes. During the
hoisting, the lifting poles should be strong enough to bear the unit weight. Please handle the MHW unit as shown in
Figure 2.
Storage
When a unit is placed outdoors before it is installed in an equipment room, please protect it from dirt, rain, snow and
even animals. Be sure not to damage the protective flm on its surface.
Base Setup
Adjust the base level.
The base, if not on a level surface, may result in water leakage or break the dynamic balance of the fan due to poor
drainage of condensing water, or cause the bearing malfunction or vibrate.
The base height should match the U-shaped pipe bend. The drain pipe should be connected with the U-shaped water
seal, as shown in Figure 3.
Drain bend
Drain pipe
Figure 2
Figure 3
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Service and maintenance
Notices
Responsibilities and Obligations
This product comes to you with the McQuay service warranty. Only McQuay technicians or experienced technicians
authorized by McQuay are allowed to install, test or maintain these products.
Use the Unit
After installing the piping system, please frst fush the pipes. To do so, be sure to shut off the valve connected to the
unit, to prevent contamination in the pipes from entering the coils or blocking the loop.
After the installation, please check there is anything sundries inside the fan. Turn the blades by hand. If no unusual
noise is heard, turn on the fan, to see if it is running properly.
Before turning on the water fow, please open the exhaust valve to let the air out of the pipe till water fows from the
pipe.
When the unit stops running, fll the coil with water or by other means to prevent pipe corrosion.
When the environment temperature falls below 0C in the winter, drain the pipe to prevent it from freezing.
Clean the coils at regular intervals, to remove the dust from the coils. Clean the scale inside the coils every 2 or 3
years. If possible, please use soft water in the coils.
Check the unit flter for dust regularly; if possible, please use a pressure difference gauge. Once the resistance
reaches the limit, wash or replace the flter media in time.
After the unit runs for a week, please readjust the V-belt. Afterwards, check the belt every three months.
Service and Maintenance
A good maintenance schedule helps reduce operational failures.
A dirty flter may worsen the performance and air fow of the unit. Thus, replace or wash the flter in time. Be sure to
check the flter every month to see if it is clean enough.
Wash the coils with compressed air or water. Brush the coil surface gently with a soft brush or use a vacuum cleaner
to clean the dust.
Do the following on a regular basis:
Clean up the fans every 6 months, to keep them in good balance.
Check and clean the drain pan. Check the drain pipe in case dust or sundries block the pipes.
Clean the dirt in the water coils at regular intervals.
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Trouble shooting
Common
failures
Location Possible causes Solutions
Abnormal
sound
1. Blower
Blower offset Contact the dealer
Loose bearing due to big gap Contact the dealer
Blower is loose Contact the dealer
Blower is damaged Contact the dealer
The fastening fan screw is loose Fasten the screw
There are sundries inside fans Remove sundries
2. Drive The screw fxing the motor to the motor base is loose Fasten the screw
3. Fan housing
There are sundries inside housing Remove sundries
Housing is loose Contact the dealer
Air intake housing is damaged Contact the dealer
4. Electric appliances
Incoming wire is loose Fasten the incoming wire
Motor gives AC hum Contact the dealer
5. Shaft
Bent or distorted Replace shaft
Balance weight is loose Fasten the balance weight
Shaft is loose Fasten shaft
6. Air speed is too
high
Duct is too small Re-design the duct
Static pressure doesn't reach the designed ESP value Use the lower fan speed.
7. Periodical vibration
Duct is too small Re-design the duct
System is unstable Adjust the system
Duct vibrates as the fan pulsates Adjust the fan speed
8. Noise caused by
hi-speed wind
passing the gap &
holes
Duct leaks Seal it with glue
9. When blocked, the
high-speed air
rattles or howls
Duct bends abruptly Re-design duct
Duct expands sharply Re-design duct
Duct shrinks sharply Re-design duct
Air speed is too high inside duct Re-design duct
Anti-vibration joint is too high Re-adjust the damping connector
Fan
operates
normally
but the
air fow is
insuffcient
1. Fan Blower is mounted incorrectly Contact the dealer.
2. Duct system
Actual resistance exceeds the designed value. Re-design the system
Duct is poorly sealed Seal it with glue
Fireproof damper is shut off Turn on the freproof damper
3. Filter Too dirty or blocked Clean or replace the flter
4. Coil Too dirty or blocked Clean coils
5. Air fow is
short-circuited.
The air inlet and air outlet are not properly isolated. Thus, the air
runs directly to the air inlet
Add air separator
6. Fan inlet is blocked
Elbow at the air return area fan outlet are too close to the unit
wallboard
Move the fan
The fan outlet is blocked Remove the obstructions
7. No straight tube at
the fan air outlet
A length of straight tube is mounted at the fan outlet during fan
testing. Without straight tube, the fan performance might be
worsened. Thus, the fan may run faster to overcome the resistance
(check the fan speed)
Install straight tube
8. There are sundries
inside fan system
The fan outlet is blocked Remove the obstructions
There is an elbow tube at the fan outlet Re-design duct
The fan is
functioning
but the air
supply is
too large
1. System
Improper duct size Re-design
The access door is open Close the access door
The system is not well balanced and the actual resistance is lower
than the set resistance
Re-design the system
No air damper or air damper blade
Install air damper or air damper
blade.
Filter falls off or no flter installed Re-mount the flter
2. Duct Return duct leaks Seal with glue
The air in
the air-
conditioned
room is
not fresh
enough
1. Filter Filter is too dirty or blocked Clean or replace flter
2. Fresh air No enough fresh air Supply more fresh air
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Exploded view and part list
MHW015A, MHW020A, MHW025A
1.Top panel 2.Assy.,coil 3.Drainpan
4.Check panel 5.Inlet/outlet panel 6.Long wind guard
7.Filter 8.Short wind guard. 9.Base panel
10.Side panel 11.Blower 12.Motor
13.Front panel 14.Flange 15.Hanging angel
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MHW030A, MHW035A, MHW040A, MHW050A
1.Top panel 2.Assy.,coil 3.Drainpan
4.Check panel 5.Inlet/outlet panel 6.Long wind guard
7.Filter 8.Short wind guard. 9.Base panel
10.Side panel 11.Blower 12.Motor
13.Front panel 14.Flange 15.Hanging angel
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Main part number
Model Discription MHW030A MHW035A MHW040A MHW050A
Blower Left M03029001982 M03029001982 M03029001982 M03029001982
Blower Right M03029001983 M03029001983 M03029001983 M03029001983
Motor (4 Rows)
50Hz
Clockwise M03039012176 M03039012178 M03039012180 M03039012184
Anti-clockwise M03039012177 M03039012179 M03039012181 M03039012185
60Hz
Clockwise M03039001119 M03039001117 M03034350003 M03034350001
Anti-clockwise M03039001118 M03039001116 M03039000004 M03039000002
Motor (6 Rows)
50Hz
Clockwise M03039012178 M03039012186 M03039012182 M03039012188
Anti-clockwise M03039012179 M03039012187 M03039012183 M03039012189
60Hz
Clockwise M03039001117 M03039001115 M03034350003 M03034350014
Anti-clockwise M03039001116 M03039001114 M03039000004 M03039000015
Filter M03084352004 M03084352005 M03084352006 M03084352007
Drain Pan M50014351504 M50014351505 M50014351506 M50014351507
Terminal Block M04119003747 M04119003747 M04119003747 M04119003747
Model MHW015A MHW020A MHW025A
Blower M03029001982 M03029001982 M03029001982
Motor(4 Rows)
50Hz
Clockwise M03039012174 M03039012186 M03039012184
Anti-clockwise M03039012175 M03039012187 M03039012185
60Hz
Clockwise M03039001107 M03039001116 M03034350006
Anti-clockwise M03039001108 M03039001117 M03034350005
Motor(6 Rows)
50Hz
Clockwise M03039012177 M03039012181 M03039012189
Anti-clockwise M03039012176 M03039012180 M03039012188
60Hz
Clockwise M03039001109 M03039001111 M03034350006
Anti-clockwise M03039001110 M03039001112 M03034350005
Filter M03084352001 M03084352002 M03084352003
Drain Pan M50014351501 M50014351502 M50014351503
Terminal Block M04119003747 M04119003747 M04119003747
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