AAON Coils


Heating and Cooling Coils
For over 20 years, AAON has supplied the coil needs of industrial and commercial HVAC customers. Today, AAON offers a wide selection of chilled water, hot water, steam, and refrigerant fin and tube coil configurations. AAON coils can be easily configured with the AAON ECat selection software from an expansive list of features to meet your coil construction and performance specifications. All AAON coils follow a rigorous manufacturing process and testing routine to ensure they are free from leaks before shipment.



Hydronic Coils Hydronic Coils DXCoils DXCoils Booster Coils Booster Coils

Hydronic Coils

 
Heating Coils

Whether a job calls for steam distributing heat or hot water heat, AAON heating coils are designed to fit any application. All AAON heating coils are available with multiple tubing diameter options, a variety of tube wall thicknesses, and multiple rows deep. Hot water heating coils can be circuited in a full, half, or quarter serpentine circuiting to optimize heating performance. Steam coils are configured as tube-in-tube distributing to maximize performance at low entering air temperature conditions. Since AAON hot water coils are rated for entering water temperatures as high as 200°F and steam distributing coils rated for entering superheated steam as high as 15 psig, AAON heating coils can satisfy the rigorous demands of the HVAC marketplace. 

Chilled Water Cooling Coils

AAON offers an array of options to satisfy hydronic cooling coil requirements whether the application calls for chilled water only or a glycol solution for freeze protection. With multiple tubing diameter options, coil circuitry options and fin densities, and up to 12 rows deep for additional latent capacity for dehumidification applications, AAON cooling coils can maximize performance regardless of the job specification. Designed to save installation and maintenance time and money, all hydronic coils include factory installed manifolds designed to handle a wide range of water flow rates. World class leak testing equipment and manufacturing processes, and AHRI 410 certification, ensure AAON hydronic coils are the best. 

AAON chilled water and hot water coils are certified in accordance with AHRI Standard 410, Forced Circulation Air-Cooling and Air-Heating Coils. The AHRI Certification program is administered and governed by AHRI, which ensures that various types of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration, and water heating products perform according to manufacturers’ published claims. Products that are certified through the AHRI Certification Program are continuously tested by an independent third-party laboratory, contracted by AHRI, to determine the product’s ability to conform to one or more product rating standards or specifications. Specifying AHRI Certified AAON Coils instills confidence in coil performance.

Type

Tube
Material

Fin
Material
Casing
Material
Casing
Type
Rows FPI
Circuitry Tube
Diameter (OD)
Connection Type Optional Corrosion
Protection
Hot Water Coils Copper Aluminum or Copper G90 Galvanized, Aluminum,
or 304 Stainless Steel
U-Flange, Slip and Drive
or None
Up to 12 Up to 16 Quarter to Double
Serpentine
1/2" or 5/8" Sweat, MPT, or FPT* Polymer E-Coating
Steam Coils
Chilled Water Coils

*MPT (Male Pipe Thread) and FPT (Female Pipe Thread)


DX Coils


DX Evaporator or Condenser Coils

For any system requiring direct expansion refrigerant coils, AAON can provide the evaporator or condenser coil to match the exact need. DX evaporator coils are available with multiple rows, multiple fins per inch options, and can be configured with interlaced or face split circuitry for capacity modulation and capitalize on valuable energy savings. DX condenser coils are available with multiple rows, up to 22 fins per inch, and can be configured with interlaced or face split circuitry. All DX evaporator coils and heat pump condenser coils include rifled tube enhancements and refrigerant distributors that ensure proper refrigerant distribution into the coil. AAON DX coils are designed to maximize performance no matter the specific job requirements.


Type

Tube
Material

Fin
Material
Casing
Material
Casing
Type
Rows FPI
Circuitry Tube
Diameter (OD)
Connection Type Optional Corrosion
Protection
Evaporator Coils Copper Aluminum or Copper G90 Galvanized, Aluminum,
or 304 Stainless Steel
U-Flange, Slip and Drive
or None
Up to 12 Up to 20 Face Split or Interlaced 3/8" or 1/2" Sweat, MPT, or FPT* Polymer E-Coating
Condenser Coils Up to 24 3/8" or 7mm

*MPT (Male Pipe Thread) and FPT (Female Pipe Thread)


Booster Coils


Booster Coils 

Booster coil configurations are available that are sure to meet your exact needs for supplemental heating. The coil options include tube diameter, rows deep, finned height and length, fin thickness, fin material, fins per inch, tube wall, connection size and type, and casing configuration. Using the AAON ECat selection software, the critical criteria can be selected to ensure that the right AAON booster coil is selected to provide optimum performance in any application.


Type

Tube
Material

Fin
Material
Casing
Material
Casing
Type
Rows FPI
Circuitry Tube
Diameter (OD)
Connection Type Optional Corrosion
Protection
Hot Water or Steam Copper Aluminum or Copper G90 Galvanized, Aluminum,
or 304 Stainless Steel
U-Flange, Slip and Drive
or None
Up to 12 Up to 16 Quarter to Double Serpentine, or Steam Distributing 1/2" or 5/8" Sweat, MPT, or FPT* Polymer E-Coating

*MPT (Male Pipe Thread) and FPT (Female Pipe Thread)

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