Press Release Summary:
Self-contained models HD-7.5 and HD-3, along with process air blower that allows for single-point power and duct connections, integrate indirect fired heat exchanger designed to keep products of combustion and moisture separate from conditioned air. Both feature adjustable air flow and safe control of outlet temperature. HD-7.5 has 100Â°F temperature rise at 8000 SCFM with high temperature limit of 230Â°. HD-3 has 100Â°F temperature rise at 2500 CFM with high temperature limit of 179Â°.
Original Press Release:
Munters New Integrated Indirect Fired Heating Systems
The Moisture Control Services (MCS) division of Munters now offers the energy-efficient HD-7.5 and HD-3 Indirect Heating Systems designed to improve workspace environments and reduce fuel consumption and heating costs.
The HD units come fully self-contained with an indirect fired heat exchanger designed to keep products of combustion and moisture separate from conditioned air and a process air blower to allow for single-point power and duct connections.
"Due to their indirect fired design, these units offer 'clean heat' because they keep combustion products and additional moisture from entering the space," said David Simkins, national sales manager - industrial for MCS.
The HD-3 is ideal for heating construction sites and allows a wide variety of air flow combinations with fresh, return, or dehumidified air, to provide precise and efficient climate control. The HD-7.5 can be used in conjunction with dehumidifiers or high static blowers, or as a stand-alone heater.
The HD-7.5 has a 100 degree Fahrenheit temperature rise at 8000 SCFM with a high temperature limit of 230 degrees. The HD-3 unit has a 100 degree Fahrenheit temperature rise at 2500 CFM with a high temperature limit of 179 degrees.
Both heaters also feature:
Small footprint and narrow skid design for easy jobsite placement
Adjustable air flow to utilize full capacity of heater at maximum outlet temperature
Safe and easy control of outlet temperature
Quick access for easy maintenance
Headquartered in Glendale Heights, Ill., MCS' global division offers complete services for water and fire damage restoration and remediation, and for temporary climate control in construction, industrial, surface preparation and coating as well as preservation applications. MCS has the world's largest fleet of portable humidity control equipment backed by its 30 strategically located offices across the country. Munters is the world's leading air treatment company manufacturing products that humidify, dehumidify, control emissions and dry water damaged environments. More information on Munters can be found at www.munters.com.
L.C. Williams & Associates (On behalf of Munters MCS)
150 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 3800
Chicago, IL 60601