Destratification fans

Published:  06 February, 2014

Powrmatic, destratification fan, space heating

Powrmatic’s CECx Calecon destratification fans are designed to reduce the fuel consumption of space-heating systems by as much as 15% by displacing warm air in the roof void of a building and redirecting it to the working zone. These units also improve comfort by creating a uniform temperature throughout the occupied zone.

There are five models offering air-displacement rates from 2340 to 11 040 m3/h. Automatic thermostatic controls hold off fan operation until the temperature in the roof space reaches a pre-set level.

These units have a panel box construction with an axial fan. Air is discharged through an adjustable double-deflection louvred grille.

For more information on this story, click here: Feb 2014, 175

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