The Big Foot Systems Light Duty range offers an array of solutions to support a variety of air handling units and air conditioning systems. Frame kits for most major manufacturer’s mini splits, heat pumps and VRV/ VRF units are available from stock.
Big Foot Splits Modular Frame:
For supporting air conditioning plant on flat roofs. As standard There are three basic modular frameworks available in 1, 2 and 3 m versions. The modular frameworks come with 305 mm or 450mm feet which are provided with anti-vibration mats. The frame is constructed from 40 x 40 mm box section. For heavier loads refer to Big Foot's HD range of products.
Big Foot VRV/ VRF Modular Frame:
Developed for the siting of most major manufacturer's VRV/ VRF systems. This lightweight and easily assembled Modular Frame system is quick to install and provides a robust and secure method of support.
Frame: Hot dip galvanized carbon steel, Feet: Nylon 6 B601L 30% glass fibre filled, Anti-vibration mat: SBR-recycled rubber
|Uniclass 2015||Roof equipment supports (Pr_80_77_27_73)|
Big Foot Splits Modular Frame, B6075
Big Foot Splits Modular Frame, B6077
Big Foot Splits Modular Frame, B6078
Big Foot VRV/ VRF Modular Frame
|Standard product features|
- Plastic foot:
Nylon 6 B601L 30% glass fibre filled.
- Anti-vibration mat:
SBR-recycled rubber. Bound using a ratio of high quality moisture curing polyurethane pre-polymer. BS 7188 and BS 5696-3.
- Metal framework:
- VRV/ VRF Modular Frame:
Angled AV mats:
The solution to sloping roofs. 2.5º and 5º AV mats are available for 450 mm feet.
Leg height adjustment:
255–360 mm: Floor to top of framework (255–560 mm: Stepped roof option). Large stud (440 mm) can be purchased as an extra individual component if required.
The cross-bars which support the condenser units can slide along the plain bars into the position required, then are locked securely in place.
The repositionable clamps located on both sides of the cross-bars, locking down onto the feet of the condenser units as they are tightened.
Leg and bracket positioning:
The leg and bracket are usually positioned outside the framework, but can be positioned inside if the is an obstruction or the load dictates.
Recommended for use on PVC membrane roof surfaces to prevent migration of plasticizers.