commercial mammath 13 seer q6sd three phase packaged heat pump

Mammoth 13 SEER Q6SD Three Phase Packaged Heat Pump


Product Features

Three-Phase Packaged Heat Pump
The Mammoth 13 SEER Three Phase Q6SD series packaged units are high efficiency self-contained cooling and heating units that can be installed on a roof or on a slab. This unit comes in a three and five ton version. The convertible unit design makes installations simple in all applications. The Q6SD comes with a 1-Year Commercial Parts and a 5-Year Compressor Warranty.


  • 5-Year Compressor Warranty
  • 1-Year Parts Warranty

Quality Parts
The Mammoth Q6SD is made with only the best, quality parts. A state of the art Copeland scroll compressor comes standard on this unit. By using proven, industry standard components, servicing the unit could not be easier. This system uses R-410A refrigerant, an earth-friendly non-ozone depleting refrigerant. This packaged system not only includes quality parts but is built with a compact footprint to make it easy to handle and transport.

The Mammoth Q6SD is built to last. With heavy-gauge, full perimeter base rails, this system can be handled by a forklift and be curb mounted. The galvanized steel cabinet with polyurethane finish provides 950 hour salt spray protection. The wire guard coated with Earth-friendly epoxy and plastic mesh hail guard will never rust and protects the coil from being damaged by balls, hail, or anything else that would hit the system.

Built Smarter
The Mammoth Q6SD is built smarter to keep itself from breaking down or having components fail. When the unit shuts down, a five minute delay keeps the unit from restarting, eliminating the highest cause for compressor failure. The included high-pressure switch protects against abnormally high system pressures and the included low-pressure switch protects against loss of refrigerant charge. The suction accumulator protects the packaged system from liquid flood back and future compressor failures. The crankcase heater prevents damaging flooded starts and future compressor failures.

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