Unit heater can also provide cooling

Published:  10 November, 2004

ECA qualified — Powrmatic’s NV range of suspended gas-fired unit heaters has a combustion efficiency of 92%.

Powrmatic’s NV range of suspended gas-fired unit heaters has a combustion efficiency of 92% and qualifies for Enhanced Capital Allowances.

Features include a tubular heat exchanger and automatic ignition. The heat exchanger offers little resistance to airflow, so a low-power motor can be used for air movement — making for quieter operation.

This heaters can be installed to discharge horizontally or vertically downwards. There is a comprehensive range of pressure-tight single-wall components and twin-wall balanced flues. The exhaust fan can be rotated for top or rear flue discharge.

Options such as modular duct accessories, including direct-expansion coils, enable the product to be used as part of a heating and cooling system.

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