Installation and service instructions – I.C.E. BMA-136 HBR User Manual
INSPECTION OF EQUIPMENT
All shipments are made F.O.B. the factory. The unit is securely strapped or blocked to prevent shipping damage and each
shipment inspected prior to leaving the plant. All parts, where feasible, are strapped to or included in the unit. Upon receipt of
goods, check the shipment against the bill of lading to ensure all items have been received. Carefully check the unit for
physical damage in the presence of the carrier’s representative. Should parts be missing or damage noted, file a claim
immediately with the carrier. ICE does not assume responsibility for the handling of the goods in transit and is not
responsible for the initiation of freight claims.
INSTALLATION AND SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
Direct Gas Fired Make-Up Air Heaters
LOCATION OF UNIT AND DISTRIBUTION
All air handled by this unit must be brought directly from outdoors. The intake shall be designed and located to prevent snow,
rain, flammable gas, toxic gases and other deleterious materials from entering the unit. (Less than 500 F.P.M. is an accepted
Smaller models are shipped as one total unit. All other models are shipped in sections which are easily erected on the job site.
The main sections consist of a burner damper section which contains the motor and a blower section. The secondary sections
are the filter, louver, mixing box etc., which are added in sections as required.
1. All sections are pre-drilled and are bolted together in the field (as per figure 1).
2. Belts must be installed on the motor and limit and discharge controls may have to be mounted and/or
3. When clearance is not a factor, ensure that the unit is adequately protected from obstruction.
NOTE: On roof top units the joint will have to be caulked to prevent rain from entering the unit.
On indoor models holes at the base of the units are provided for 5/8” suspension rods (see drawing No. BMA-HD). Unit must
be lifted and handled from the lifting holes provided at each end of the channel iron, when suspending from the ceiling. If
units are to be lifted from the bottom for mounting on a platform (as with a fork lift), unit must be supported.
NOTE: DO NOT LIFT CABINET WITHOUT THIS SUPPORT.
Support rails (minimum of 4” high) must be provided underneath the unit. In some cases, more height may be required when
installing the supply duct through the roof (see figure 1) or if a unit is a bottom discharge (see figure 2).