FHP TRS Series Rooftop Package Unit Review

FHP-TRS-SeriesSpace can be a premium in a large commercial facility, and sometimes the only option is to resort to rooftop installation. In these cases it helps to be aware of the advantages and disadvantages of the many different rooftop HVAC systems available for commercial buyers. If you have questions about the FHP TRS Series Geothermal Rooftop Package Unit, this geothermal heat pump review may help.

 

Let’s go over the pros and cons of the FHP TRS Series.

Pros

  • The FHP TRS Series is a very flexible system designed for many different configuration needs. It can be used for air-source cooling only, air-source heat pumps, water-source heat pumps, geothermal water-source heat pumps, heat pump and Hot Gas ReHeat (HGR), sub-cooling, or supplemental gas/electric/hydronic heating.

Cons

  • The FHP TRS Series is customizable, but customers need to know what they want in order for the units to be appropriately modified on the factory floor. This isn’t an issue for large-scale commercial entities intending to buy units in bulk, but it does lessen the attractiveness of the system for smaller businesses.

  • The default FHP TRS Series does not come with a lot of bells and whistles. It is truly intended for large-scale installation, and if you have other needs, it is unlikely to be the best system for you.

Bottom Line

Versatility is great, but no single system can be designed to operate at maximum efficiency while being flexible enough for just about any HVAC application. The FHP TRS Series are very versatile, but they are not able to meet the high efficiency ratings of more specialized systems. If you’re more interested in efficiency and quality features, you should probably look elsewhere.

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