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1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 461 (448)

1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition
1948-49 Theatre Catalog
1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 461
Page 461

1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 461

Westinghouse Electric Corporation

Slurlevanl Division


Westinghouse-Sturtevant Division manufactures a complete line of air from the small ventilation and air conditioning systems to the large

conditioning, heating, ventilating and air handling equipment. Shown Spam-un engineered installations.

here is a selection of the complete line. Individual product catalogs

are available where more detailed information is required on any item. Stuttevant offers unbiased engineering assistance in the selection of

the correct product for the specific application. Many years of experir

ence in the design and manufacture of these products combined with

n I ' . the benefits of close co-operation with consulting architects and engiEquipment designed to 'iPut Air to Work is available for all com- . ' neers, assure you of reliable recommendations.

menial and indusnial bUiIdings' to improve Combn and emdency Offices and Distributors are located in all principal cities. Refer to

and to provide industrial process air conditioning. Applications range your local classified telephone directory.


Hermetically Sealed, Freon-12, refrigerant compressors are designed for

air conditioning and industrial refrigeration applications requiring suc- C:;:::s:or tion evaporating temperatures ranging from 100?. to 50oF. Westinghouse Special Features include:

i. Shaft seals eliminated. Type

2 Direct driveeno belts, pulleys and couplings. Sixteen-Cylinder

3. Sealed-in mechanism. V-Type

4 Refrigerant-cooled motor. Compressor

5 Compact size and light weight.

The hermetically-sealed compressors are reciprocating multivcylinder in-Iine type in sizes 7V: to and including 60 horsepower; 90 degree V-type on the 2, 3, 5, 75 and 100 horsepower sizes. They are protected by manually reset high and low pressure switch. Driving motors are polyphase, refrigerant-cooled induction type. Motors are protected by thermal overload protection in the Derion magnetic linestarters.

Mounting supports are available to permit mounting the compressor and suitable Westinghouse water-cooled condenser as a unit. Compressors are made in twelve sizes, ranging in nominal capacities of

from 2 to 100 tons net refrigeration eifect.


THE CENTRAL PLANT TYPE Unitaire is self-contained, with all the

component parts of an air conditioning system, designed especially - O - T LU ' ' ' YPE

Central Plant


for installation with supply and return air ducts. The Unitaire is as

sembled, piped, refrigerant-charged, wired and adjusted at the fac

tory. Each is given a complete operating test to assure satisfactory performance when installed. All that is required is connection of water and electrical service and attachment to the duct system.

The condensing unit is a standard Westinghouse hermeticallysealed direct-connected compressor, with water-cooled condenser, isolated from the supporting structure by rubber antivvibration mountings.

The Central Plant Type Unitaire is available with 7'/z, 10, 15, 20 and 25 horsepower compressors. lN-THE-SPACE TYPE Unitaire is widely used in small stores, restaurants, office suites and similar establishments. Usually they are

installed in the room to be air conditioned, but in many cases they are T [NV \ ypc 1 /'

remotely located with ducts supplying one or more spaces with air ,\ , 1 quunnsvr

conditioned air. Available in l, 2, 3, and 5 horsepower sizes. rummmuml

. (TUIIJPHSPF AQUAMISERW EVAPORATIVE CONDENSERS Where water is scarce or expensive, or its use or disposal restricted,

the "Aquamiser" provides savings in water comsumption. The Westing house Aquamiser is available in sizes to give a range of capacities

from approximately 5 tons to 100 tons each. net refrigeration effect.

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