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GUIDE
ROOFTOP
BALTIC
English/04-2003

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  • Page 1 APPLICATION GUIDE ROOFTOP BALTIC English/04-2003...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    8. COMMUNICATION LINK 9. DIMENSIONS Unit General Arrangement drawings Weight Tables Due to LENNOX on going commitment to quality, specifications subject to change without notice and without incurring liability Page 1 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 1...
  • Page 3: General Description

    The electrical panel is manufactured in accordance with EN60204-1 electrical directive. Numbered wires All wires and connectors are numbered as shown on the electrical drawing to facilitate maintenance and diagnostic. Page 2 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 4: Features And Benefits

    (A2 Stainless steel) as a stan- dard feature. These standard features allows LENNOX to offer a 10 year warranty against corrosion. inside view Page 3 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 3...
  • Page 5 With Indoor air quality and running cost of a building being more This feature improves the safety of the rooftop against fire, as important to our customer, Lennox wanted to pilot the % of fresh the specification suggests, the insulation will not burn and smoke air more accurately.
  • Page 6 With this built-in feature of the CLIMATIC™ 50, Lennox insures to start a defrost cycle only when necessary, hence saving energy. Page 5 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 5...
  • Page 7 (Address * 10 seconds). Example, unit number 3 will start 30 seconds after power is back. This is a very important feature to avoid peaks of current. Page 6 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 8: Options And Accessories

    BALTIC has been enhanced with an electronic device to soft start the fan. It takes 1 minute to go from 0% of air to full air flow. Page 7 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 7...
  • Page 9 This information is available with all CLIMATIC™ 50 controllers. The set point between "dirty" and "clean" is fully adjustable by the installer/users. (Default value is approximately 250Pa) Page 8 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 10 8°C and by stopping the outdoor fan when that supply temperature falls below 6°C. Hot water coils are always factory fitted, wired and fully tested, prior to shipment. Page 9 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 9...
  • Page 11 TREATMENT OPTIONS 93% high efficiency Gas Burner Option Lennox is proud to introduce the first high efficiency gas burner Customised colour available on rooftop in Europe with 93% efficiency. The unit can be supplied in various colours to suit any applica- The standard gas burner is designed to work with 20 mbar (with tion or requirement.
  • Page 12 With 6 logical inputs (Compressor stage 1 and stage 2, heating step 1 and 2, 4 way valves and fan), this board will replace the control algorythm. Page 11 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 11...
  • Page 13 CLIMATIC™ 2) Climalook3 is the same as Climalook2 but could work with 8 rooftops equiped with CLIMATIC™ 2 (Flexy, Linea on site) and 12 rooftops equiped with CLIMATIC™ 50 (BALTIC). Page 12 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 14: Model Number Description

    Type of gas heating Refrigerant H = high heat K = R407C S = standard heat N = no heat Size Rounded gross cooling capacity in kW Page 13 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 13...
  • Page 15: Physical Data & Quick Selection

    Gross capacity / unit power input (compressor + con. fan + supply fan + control) (3) Net COP cooling = (Gross cooling capacity - fan motor heat) / unit power input (compressor + con. fan + supply fan + control) (4)Net COP heating = (Gross heating capacity + fan motor heat) / unit power input (compressor + con. fan + supply fan + contol). Page 14 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 16 Gross capacity / unit power input (compressor + con. fan + supply fan + control) (3) Net COP cooling = (Gross cooling capacity - fan motor heat) / unit power input (compressor + con. fan + supply fan + control) (4)Net COP heating = (Gross heating capacity + fan motor heat) / unit power input (compressor + con. fan + supply fan + contol). Page 15 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 15...
  • Page 17: Option Specification

    (1) Condition Entering water 90°C, Leaving water 70°C, Entering air 20°C, S = Standart heat, H = High heat (2) not available with BDK and BGK version (3) All data at eurovent condition at 400V/3Ph/50Hz Page 16 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 18: Selection Procedure

    Id/la(base)+la(Delta kit indoor optional+Extraction fan+Electric heater+gas) Electric heater + KIT '8' Ia1=37,3+2,3=39,6 A P1=18,9+1,3=20,2 kW Ia2=0,75+2,5+2,3+50=55,55 A P2=0,3+1,4+1,3+36=39,0 kW P2>P1 so P=P2=39,0 kW Ia2>Ia1 so Ia=Ia2=55,5 A Id/Ia=3,3 Id=37,3x3,3+2,3+50=175,4 A Page 17 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 17...
  • Page 19 Supply fan Pa (BG/BD): 1 kW PT Total cooling / heating capacity in kW PS Sensible cooling capacity in kW PA Compressor absorbed power Data according to Eurovent standard conditions Page 18 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 20 Supply fan Pa (BG/BD): 1 kW PT Total cooling / heating capacity in kW PS Sensible cooling capacity in kW PA Compressor absorbed power Data according to Eurovent standard conditions Page 19 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 19...
  • Page 21 Supply fan Pa (BC/BH) : 1,00 kW Supply fan Pa (BG/BD): 1,45 kW PT Total cooling / heating capacity in kW PS Sensible cooling capacity in kW PA Compressor absorbed power Data according to Eurovent standard conditions Page 20 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 22 Supply fan Pa (BC/BH) : 1,00 kW Supply fan Pa (BG/BD): 1,45 kW PT Total cooling / heating capacity in kW PS Sensible cooling capacity in kW PA Compressor absorbed power Data according to Eurovent standard conditions Page 21 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 21...
  • Page 23 Supply fan Pa (BG/BD): 1,45 kW PT Total cooling / heating capacity in kW PS Sensible cooling capacity in kW PA Compressor absorbed power Data according to Eurovent standard conditions Page 22 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 24 Supply fan Pa (BG/BD): 1,45 kW PT Total cooling / heating capacity in kW PS Sensible cooling capacity in kW PA Compressor absorbed power Data according to Eurovent standard conditions Page 23 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 23...
  • Page 25 Supply fan Pa (BC/BH) : 1,45 kW Supply fan Pa (BG/BD): 1,9 kW PT Total cooling / heating capacity in kW PS Sensible cooling capacity in kW PA Compressor absorbed power Data according to Eurovent standard conditions Page 24 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 26 Supply fan Pa (BC/BH) : 1,45 kW Supply fan Pa (BG/BD): 1,9 kW PT Total cooling / heating capacity in kW PS Sensible cooling capacity in kW PA Compressor absorbed power Data according to Eurovent standard conditions Page 25 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 25...
  • Page 27 Supply fan Pa (BC/BH) : 1,45 kW Supply fan Pa (BG/BD): 1,9 kW PT Total cooling / heating capacity in kW PS Sensible cooling capacity in kW PA Compressor absorbed power Data according to Eurovent standard conditions Page 26 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 28 Supply fan Pa (BC/BH) : 1,45 kW Supply fan Pa (BG/BD): 1,9 kW PT Total cooling / heating capacity in kW PS Sensible cooling capacity in kW PA Compressor absorbed power Data according to Eurovent standard conditions Page 27 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 27...
  • Page 29 Supply fan Pa (BG/BD): 2,7 kW PT Total cooling / heating capacity in kW PS Sensible cooling capacity in kW PA Compressor absorbed power Data according to Eurovent standard conditions Page 28 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 30 Supply fan Pa (BG/BD): 2,7 kW PT Total cooling / heating capacity in kW PS Sensible cooling capacity in kW PA Compressor absorbed power Data according to Eurovent standard conditions Page 29 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 29...
  • Page 31 Supply fan Pa (BG/BD): 3,65 kW PT Total cooling / heating capacity in kW PS Sensible cooling capacity in kW PA Compressor absorbed power Data according to Eurovent standard conditions Page 30 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 32 Supply fan Pa (BG/BD): 3,65 kW PT Total cooling / heating capacity in kW PS Sensible cooling capacity in kW PA Compressor absorbed power Data according to Eurovent standard conditions Page 31 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 31...
  • Page 33: Heating Hot Water Coil

    (2) pressure drop = internal coil + 3 way valve SIZE capacity drop flow rate All dat calculated for water without glycol Kg/s 020-025 0,98 1,87 1,77 030-035 0,97 1,90 1,76 Note : 10 kPa=1mCe 040-045-050 Consult us Page 32 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 34 All dat calculated for water without glycol Kg/s 020-025 0,98 1,90 1,78 030-035 0,98 1,91 1,77 Note : 10 kPa=1mCe 040-045-050 Consult us All selections with return air temperature at 20°C. Page 33 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 33...
  • Page 35 All dat calculated for water without glycol Kg/s 020-025 0,98 1,92 1,78 030-035 0,98 1,94 1,78 Note : 10 kPa=1mCe 040-045-050 Consult us All selections with return air temperature at 20°C. Page 34 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 36: Electric Heater

    High heat 55,8 If temperature entering gas burner section is below -5°C, the life expectancy of the gas burner can be significantly affected due to corrosive condensation. Page 35 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 35...
  • Page 37: Evaporator Fan

    K10 1*3.0 997 7600 1*2.2 789 1*2.2 829 1*2.2 868 1*2.2 907 K10 1*3.0 945 K10 1*3.0 982 K10 1*3.0 1020 Fan motor power in kW Highlighted value correspond to nominal conditions Page 36 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 38 9167 1*3.0 1*3.0 1007 1*4.0 1051 1*4.0 1095 9700 1*4.0 1*4.0 1024 1*4.0 1067 1*4.0 1109 Fan motor power in kW Highlighted value correspond to nominal conditions Page 37 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 37...
  • Page 39 1*4.0 1097 10200 1*4.0 1*4.0 1030 1*4.0 1073 1*5.5 1114 10800 1*4.0 1010 1*4.0 1052 1*5.5 1092 1*5.5 1132 Highlighted value correspond to nominal conditions Fan motor power in kW Page 38 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 40 1*3.0 963 1*3.0 1001 1*3.0 1038 1*3.0 1075 1*3.0 1113 K10 1*4.0 1150 K10 1*4.0 1187 Fan motor power in kW Highlighted value correspond to nominal conditions Page 39 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 39...
  • Page 41 No kit 9167 1*4.0 1143 1*5.5 1184 No kit No kit 9700 1*5.5 1175 No kit No kit No kit Highlighted value correspond to nominal conditions Fan motor power in kW Page 40 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 42 The pressure drop difference between Standard Heat and High Heat gas burners being negligeable, these tables can be used for both. Fan motor power in kW Highlighted value correspond to nominal conditions Page 41 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 41...
  • Page 43: Acoustic Data

    Return air Supply air global sound global sound 1000 2000 4000 8000 Power Power dB(A) dB (A) 20SS 25SS 30SD 35SD 40SD 45SD 50SD All data is given at nominal airflow. Page 42 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 44 Supply air global sound global sound 1000 2000 4000 8000 Power Power dB(A) dB(A) 20SS 25SS 30SD 35SD 40SD 45SD 50SD All data is given at nominal airflow. Page 43 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 43...
  • Page 45: Accessories Pressure Drop

    SIZE Airflow (Pa) (Pa) (Pa) (Pa) 2900 3600 4300 3600 4500 5400 4300 5400 6500 5000 6300 7600 5800 7200 8600 6500 8100 9700 7200 9000 10 800 Page 44 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 46: Electrical Tables

    K 10 K 11 Extraction fan Gas (2 stages) Gas S Gas H P=Max Absorbed Power in kW FLA=Full Load Amps in Amp. Id/Ia=Startup Amps/Full load amps Page 45 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 45...
  • Page 47: Wiring Diagrams

    CO2 sensor CO2 sensor Air sock control Air sock control Dynamic defrost Dynamic defrost Main switch Main switch Air pressostat Air pressostat WARNING : ONLY ONE HEATING INPUT CAN BE INSTALLED Page 46 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 48 Secondary circuit -T1 128VA / 24V protection fuse -KA31 Gas burner fault relay -KE1-KE2 Heater -E1-E2 contactor -KM1 Blower fan motor -MS1-MS2 contactor -KM5 Extraction fan motor -ME1-ME2 contactor Page 47 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 47...
  • Page 49 BGK = Cooling only unit with gas fired heating BDK = Heat pump unit with gas fired heating MAIN CURRENT DIAGRAM TRI / 400V / 50Hz + N + T Page 48 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 50 ELECTRICAL DATA wiring diagrams CLIMATIC 50 CONTROLLER Page 49 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 49...
  • Page 51 ELECTRICAL DATA wiring diagrams CLIMATIC 50 INPUT BCK / BHK / BGK / BDK Page 50 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 52 ELECTRICAL DATA wiring diagrams CLIMATIC 50 OUTPUT BCK / BHK Page 51 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 51...
  • Page 53 ELECTRICAL DATA wiring diagrams CLIMATIC 50 OUTPUT BGK / BDK Page 52 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 54 ELECTRICAL DATA - wiring diagrams DAD SMOKE DETECTOR E 11 INPUT - OUTPUT EXTENSION BOARD (TCB) Page 53 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 53...
  • Page 55 ELECTRICAL DATA wiring diagrams WIRING DIAGRAM GAS BURNER 15 / 20 / 30 / 40 / 60 Kw FULLY MODULATING ELECTRIC HEATER STAGED ELECTRIC HEATER Page 54 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 56 B 1 to 4 - Customized (choose, for each input (4) between those 5 possibilities) - Alarm, Filters - Alarm, Blowers - Alarm, Compressors - Alarm, Heaters - Free, for BMS Page 55 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 55...
  • Page 57: Principle Sketches

    VRM : Manual control valve B61 : HP switch control for defrost YV2 : Hot water 3-way valve B62 : HP switch control for defrost BHK-020-025 EQUALIZING LINE BCK-020-025 EQUALIZING LINE Page 56 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 58 Principle sketches BHK-030-035-040-045-050 EQUALIZING LINE EQUALIZING LINE BCK-030-035-040-045-050 EQUALIZING LINE EQUALIZING LINE Page 57 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 57...
  • Page 59 HYDROLIC Principle sketches HOT WATER COIL Pipe Internal diameters (DN) B020 B025 B030 B035 B040 B045 B050 Page 58 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 60: Communication Link

    COMMUNICATION Link DS 50 : SERVICE DISPLAY / DC 50 : COMFORT DISPLAY Page 59 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 59...
  • Page 61 COMMUNICATION Link CLIMALINK / CLIMALOOK Page 60 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 62 COMMUNICATION Link MASTER / SLAVE Page 61 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 61...
  • Page 63: Unit General Arrangement Drawings

    FRONT MAIN POWER ENTRY GAS SUPPLY INLET SMOKE OUTLET DOWN RETURN AIR DOWN MAIN POWER ENTRY OUTDOOR COIL INLET 10 CONDENSATE DRAINAGE FRONT RETURN AIR FRONT HOT WATER ENTRY 7O OUTDOOR COIL OUTLET Page 62 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 64 GAS SUPPLY INLET SMOKE OUTLET DOWN RETURN AIR DOWN MAIN POWER ENTRY OUTDOOR COIL INLET 10 CONDENSATE DRAINAGE FRONT RETURN AIR FRONT HOT WATER ENTRY 7O OUTDOOR COIL OUTLET Page 63 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 63...
  • Page 65 FRONT MAIN POWER ENTRY GAS SUPPLY INLET SMOKE OUTLET DOWN RETURN AIR DOWN MAIN POWER ENTRY OUTDOOR COIL INLET 10 CONDENSATE DRAINAGE FRONT RETURN AIR FRONT HOT WATER ENTRY 7O OUTDOOR COIL OUTLET Page 64 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 66 GAS SUPPLY INLET SMOKE OUTLET DOWN RETURN AIR DOWN MAIN POWER ENTRY OUTDOOR COIL INLET 10 CONDENSATE DRAINAGE FRONT RETURN AIR FRONT HOT WATER ENTRY 7O OUTDOOR COIL OUTLET Page 65 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 65...
  • Page 67 FRONT MAIN POWER ENTRY GAS SUPPLY INLET SMOKE OUTLET DOWN RETURN AIR DOWN MAIN POWER ENTRY OUTDOOR COIL INLET 10 CONDENSATE DRAINAGE FRONT RETURN AIR FRONT HOT WATER ENTRY 7O OUTDOOR COIL OUTLET Page 66 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 68 GAS SUPPLY INLET SMOKE OUTLET DOWN RETURN AIR DOWN MAIN POWER ENTRY OUTDOOR COIL INLET 10 CONDENSATE DRAINAGE FRONT RETURN AIR FRONT HOT WATER ENTRY 7O OUTDOOR COIL OUTLET Page 67 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 67...
  • Page 69 Return Air Main Power Entry 030-035-040-045-050 Main Power Entry 020-025 Type Taille 1183 1893 1783 1083 1380 1740 1640 1280 1630 1740 1050 1640 1530 (*) Non adjustable, non assembled roofcurb. Page 68 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 70 ROOFCURB DRAWINGS 020 025 Roof opening 1795 x 1085 Down Supply Air Return Air Main Power Entry Page 69 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 69...
  • Page 71 ROOFCURB DRAWINGS 030 035 Roof opening 1642 x 1282 Down Supply Air Front supply air Main Power Entry Page 70 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 72 ROOFCURB DRAWINGS 045 050 Roof opening 1642 x 1532 Down Supply Air Front supply air Main Power Entry Page 71 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 71...
  • Page 73 ROOFCURB DRAWINGS 020 025 Roof opening 1795 x 1085 Down Supply Air DownReturn Air Down main power entry Down hot water Entry Page 72 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 74 ROOFCURB DRAWINGS 030 035 Roof opening 1642 x 1282 Down Supply Air DownReturn Air Down main power entry Page 73 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 73...
  • Page 75 ROOFCURB DRAWINGS 045 050 Roof opening 1642 x 1532 Down Supply Air DownReturn Air Down main power entry Page 74 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 76 WARNING : ONLY ONE OF THE 4 FOLLOWINGS POSSIBILIES : Front supply air 2F - 1F / 2F - 1F' 2F' - 1F / 2F' - 1F' Front supply air Front return air Front return air Page 75 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 75...
  • Page 77 WARNING : ONLY ONE OF THE 4 FOLLOWINGS POSSIBILIES : Front supply air 2F - 1F / 2F - 1F' 2F' - 1F / 2F' - 1F' Front supply air Front return air Front return air Page 76 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 78 WARNING : ONLY ONE OF THE 4 FOLLOWINGS POSSIBILIES : Front supply air 2F - 1F / 2F - 1F' 2F' - 1F / 2F' - 1F' Front supply air Front return air Front return air Page 77 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 77...
  • Page 79 WARNING : ONLY ONE OF THE 4 FOLLOWINGS POSSIBILIES : Front supply air 2F - 1F / 2F - 1F' 2F' - 1F / 2F' - 1F' Front supply air Front return air Front return air Page 78 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 80 WARNING : ONLY ONE OF THE 4 FOLLOWINGS POSSIBILIES : Front supply air 2F - 1F / 2F - 1F' 2F' - 1F / 2F' - 1F' Front supply air Front return air Front return air Page 79 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 79...
  • Page 81 WARNING : ONLY ONE OF THE 4 FOLLOWINGS POSSIBILIES : Front supply air 2F - 1F / 2F - 1F' 2F' - 1F / 2F' - 1F' Front supply air Front return air Front return air Page 80 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series...
  • Page 82: Weight Tables

    The weight of the Electric Heater and HWC options must be added to a BCK or BHK base unit. Apart from bases all weights are given as differential. Page 81 - Application Guide 04-2003 / Rooftop BALTIC Series - Page 81...
  • Page 83 Tel : + 31 33 2471 800 Fax : + 31 33 2459 220 e-mail : info@lennoxbenelux.com POLAND : LENNOX POLSKA Sp. z o. o. Tel : + 48 22 832 26 61 fax : + 48 22 832 26 62 e-mail : info@lennoxpolska.pl...