Johnson Controls Unveils New Rooftop Unit

The York SunPremier 25-50 ton unit series complies with energy efficiency standards, is cost-efficient, durable, easy-to-install and can integrate with other systems.
York SunPremier
York SunPremier

After recently introducing the Hitachi Water Source Variable Refrigerant Flow heat pump and heat recovery cooling and heating systems, Johnson Controls has unveiled the SunPremier, a 25-50 ton rooftop unit of the company’s York brand. The product is easy-to-install, delivers superior standard efficiency levels and reduces operational costs over the life of the unit.  

Thanks to the accessible connections, service ports and lights, and the coil-cleaning hatches, the SunPremier is easy to service. The product complies with the Department of Energy 2023 energy efficiency standards and is cost-efficient. The Smart Equipment-enabled units feature start-up wizards, user-adaptable parameters, and offer control across all available rooftop units. The product integrates with other control systems and interfaces, including zone controllers and building management systems.

Additional features include a product service app that enables on-demand access to unit-specific details, technical literature and a direct connection to technical support, as well as remote monitoring capability.

“Industry-leading efficiencies are paired with dynamic feature options to decrease installation, maintenance and operating costs. It is all a part of our goal to provide performance confidence and value to our customers,” Rick Schnarr, vice president of sales, commercial and applied ducted systems said, in a prepared statement.

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