Condensing Unit Heater – Natural Gas or Propane Fired
Output Range 9.4 kW to 116 kW
The condensing unit heater is a eco-friendly and efficient solution that is regarded as the best warm air heater on the market. This solution is comprised of a stainless steel gas condensing heat exchanger, and a premix burner . It ensures the highest efficiency from 98% to 106% and utilizes the latest technologies available, resulting in reduced running costs, noise and emissions.The unit is so efficient that quoted savings in gas consumption of up to 30% can be achieved when compared to a conventional gas fired unit heater, so if you want the most modern and most technologically advanced condensing unit heater, then range this is for you!
Condensing Unit Heater Advantages:
Pre-mix gas burner with low NOx emissions (class 5)
Efficiency from 96.6% to 108%
Power modulation from 100% to 30%
Smart control system by Modbus
Quick warm up in less than 60 seconds
Flue pipe system in polypropylene
Condensing Unit Heater – Technical Characteristics:
Natural gas or propane gas
6 models from 9.4 kW to 116 kW Ouput
Wall or roof flue pipes
These units come with a fully modulating burner and have a high degree of efficiency. The heat is available immediately ( within 60 seconds) after starting the heater with no lead time as opposed to a wet heating system.
The core of the units is the patented stainless steel heat exchanger for a high air flow, which has a warranty of 5 years.
The hot air is emitted by powerful, yet silent axial fans(very quiet operation ), which are fully modulating. Optimized air outlet louvers ensure a perfect air distribution. The fans permit the heat exchanger to transfer the heat optimally, and the combustion chamber cannot overheat. The number of fans is adapted to the units’ power output
Condensing Unit Heater Advantages
- Premix gas burner, low NOx (lower than 20 mg/kWh)
- High thermal efficiency From 98 to 106%
- Power modulation From 30% to 100%
- Adjustable air flow From 20% to 100%
- Communicating system by Modbus IP
- Quick warm up
Customer benefits of a condensing warm air heater
- The latest technology Environmental friendliness
- The highest efficiency on the market, Reduce the energy consumption
- Uses only the power required to provide maximum savings
- Helps to keep constant air blowing temperature
- Intelligent regulation Connection to all BMS possible
- Total safety : no combustion product can be mixed with air flow
- Less than 1 minute Instant comfort
- No risk of overheating
- The heating capacity of the premix burner is of the modulating type and with a wide regulation range, from 100 % to 30 % of the nominal heat capacity.
- Thanks to the continuous modulation of the flame, as the heat demand from the environment decreases, it reaches efficiency values up to 106 %, consuming less gas.
- A perfect mixing of the fuel gas with the combustion air combined with a semi-radiant flame, contributes to obtain a hygienic combustion with very low emissions of carbon monoxide (CO) and nitrogen oxides (NOx),Class 5.
- A high energy efficiency and the continuous modulation of the heating capacity generated in relation to the requirements of the user, contributes to obtain a saving in the operating costs of over 30 % compared to traditional systems
- Combustion chamber in stainless steel AISI 430 with low heat load, of suitable shape and volume.
- Heat exchanger consisting of modular, patented exchange elements made of stainless steel AISI304 resistant to
corrosion in the presence of condensation, with a large surface and a trapezoidal section with turbulating imprints that allow an excellent thermal efficiency.
- Front collector made of AISI 304 stainless steel fitoted with a circular joint for connection with the extractor and the condensate drain. It is equipped with a large door for inspection.
The premix burner is of the modulating type and with a wide regulation range (from 100% to 30%). The gas valve delivers the fuel in relation with the combustion air flow rate according to a default factory setting.Axial fans with low noise and high air flow rate driven by electric motors complete with safety protection grilles. They meet the requirements of ErP directive .These condensing unit heaters benefit from a multi-function electronic board which features the burner ignition,flame supervision and total security functions.
Mounting the units is very simple; they are designed for wall-mounting or to be suspended from the ceiling. The flueing options include a co-axial or sometimes referred to as a balanced flue set up , which can terminate either vertically through the roof or horizontally through the wall.
These Condensing Unit Heaters are perfectly suited to warm air heating of –
- Sports Halls
- Retail Units
- Or anywhere where you require heat , and either floor space is at a premium , or due to the nature of the building , it would benefit from the condensing unit heater / heaters being wall mounted or suspended from the roof
Gas Condensing Unit Heater advantages at a glance –
- Modulation down to 30% of the nominal heat capacity
- Efficiency up to 106 %
- Extremely low emission levels of CO and NOx, Class 5
- Operating costs largely reduced compared to conventional non condensing warm air heaters
With any condensing unit heater there is a reduction in flue-gas temperature to below dew point, subsequently liquid condensate is produced . Just like condensing boilers ,this condensate is collected within the condensing unit heater and should flow to a drain point for safe removal.
Part L2 of the Building Regulations –
At present this regulation requires a minimum 91% nett efficiency with regards to warm air space heaters, which can be achieved by non-condensing unit heaters currently.However Energy Technology List criteria mean that to qualify for Enhanced Capital Allowances (ECAs), warm air space heaters will need to operate in condensing mode with minimum full and part load efficiencies of 101% nett. It currently looks like that ecological and legislative pressure will make condensing technology for warm air heaters mandatory in the UK in a very short time period, and future reversions of the Building Regulations Part L2 , will probably cover this requirement.