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DF MUA
DF MUA


Description
 
Constant volume direct fired make up air heaters to provide a fixed rate of heated fresh air to the space.
 
The units are ideal for supplying heating and make up air to large areas or to individual spray booths etc, where constant extract rates are used.
 
Generally units are sized to introduce slightly more make up air into the space than the extract air volume. A balanced amount of make up air can provide a slight positive pressure to distribute the air uniformly throughout the building and eliminate random air infiltration.
 
For special applications such as kitchen make up air and certain industrial processes where the transfer of odours or dust etc to surrounding areas needs to be avoided, the volume of make up air supplied is lower than the extract rate.

Heating Range ( kW )

Airflow Range ( m3/h )

Features & Benefits
  • High efficiency for reduced operating costs
  • Fully modulating burner with high turn down ratio (up to 20:1)
  • Close control with rapid response to temperature changes
  • Low maintenance costs
  • Improved indoor air quality
  • Summer fresh air for “free cooling”
  • Alternative model options allows systems to be tailored to suit a wide range of applications
  • Horizontal or vertical units
  • Indoor or fully weatherproofed outdoor units
  • Optional evaporative cooling can be added

 

 

 

Sales Brochures
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Sales Brochures


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Nordair Niche DF / IDF Sales Brochure
Nordair Niche DF / IDF Sales Brochure
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AmbiRad Overview Sales Brochure
AmbiRad Overview Sales Brochure
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Installation Manuals
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Installation Manuals


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Nordair Niche DF Technical Manual
Nordair Niche DF Technical Manual 
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Price Lists
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Price Lists


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Spares Price List 2017 (R9) v03
Spares Price List 2017 (R9) v03
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