The natural gas or LPG is passed through the gas fixture within the unit, mixed with combustion air, then burned separately within tube exchangers by means of the electronic firing module. The burned hot gasses are circulated within the exchangers with the help of a fan, and once they have cooled down, are exhausted to the outside. When tube exchangers heat up, the fan at the back of the unit starts working, takes in cool air from the environment, passes it through the exchangers and discharges the heated air back to the room. Since the room begins to heat up, the cycle continues with an ever increasing performance. When the room reaches the desired temperature, the control panel or thermostat control causes the system to stop, and to start back up when the room drops below the set temperature.
• Can be hermetically operated or take combustion air from the room. • Burners on all units are equipped with electronic firing. • Has a very long economic life thanks to tube exchangers manufactured of aluminized steel. • Does not take up space on work surfaces when operated on the ceiling, on a shelf, or on the wall. • Can be set to summer mode to provide only air circulation. • Comes in various capacities ranging between 16 kW to 92 kW. • Has exceedingly low maintenance and operational costs. • Has automatically fired burners.
Areas of Use
• Factories • Workshops • Warehouses • Hangars • Service Stations • Sports Halls • Greenhouses • Farms • Cafés and Restaurants • And Similar Facilities