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Trans/Air To Release New RoofTop Product Line At ILCT Show

Posted on February 23, 2015

Trans/Air Manufacturing Corporation of Dallastown, Penn. is pleased to announce the availability of the new TA-20 Rooftop Product Line. Rated at 34K BTU/hr, the TA-20 product line is ideal for a variety of applications, including small commercial bus, Type A school bus, and work vans such as Sprinter, ProMaster and Ford Transit. 

The units feature an aluminum body encased by a modern, UV-protected ABS acrylic cover, the and evaporator blowers are oriented to support the center aisle ducting or freeblow air distribution with maximum air flow.  The TA-20 can be configured as a Tie-In or Super system and is available with optional heat and electronic controls.

The TA-20 Rooftop Product Line will be displayed at upcoming ILCT Show in Las Vegas, March 16-18.along with two other products from Trans/Air:

  1. Stainless Steel Skirt Mount Condensers
  2. TA17 C-5 Transit Style Climate Control System

The new stainless steel condensers provide maximum corrosion protection in harsh road environments. They are made using the latest technology, with corrosion resistant, all-aluminum parallel flow condenser coils, and high-efficiency, low-amperage draw condenser fans, which are now available with stainless steel housing.  The condensers are available in 2 (SMC2S) and 3 (SMC3L) 10” fan configurations. 

The TA17C-5 is designed to satisfy the requirements of 30’ – 40’ rear engine transit, tour, school buses, and trolleys in severe-duty applications.  When paired with a 655cc transit compressor, the TA17C-5 system can yield 111K (SAE) / 171K (IMACA) Btu/hr.

For more information about Trans/Air products, go to www.transairmfg.com.

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