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Hot Water Unit Heater Protecting a Mechanical Room

Hot Water Unit Heater Protecting a Mechanical RoomHot Water Unit Heater Protecting a Mechanical Room

Unit heaters are used in various places to protect equipment and provide comfort to occupants. This hot water unit heater provides protection for a mechanical room where there is a large air handler and other associated equipment in the mechanical room. This system is controlled by DDC. A thermostat on the wall detects the temperature of the mechanical room. The DDC system will maintain a temperature set point by energizing the hot water unit heater fan and modulating the hot water valve open on the hot water piping. The actuator and hot water valve can be seen in this photo on the right lower half of the system. The valve is a two position valve so it is either open or closed with no modulating the valve on the unit heater. Other unit heaters for heating mechanical rooms or providing comfort include electric units heater when hot water is unavailable, gas fired unit heaters when gas (either propane or natural gas) is available, and infrared heaters typically found in large garages or warehouses for basic comfort of workers in those spaces. There are also steam unit heaters that utilize steam and a steam coil for heating spaces where steam is available. Most unit heaters are forced air unit

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HVAC Reznor Heating System | LP Gas Unit Heater

HVAC Reznor Heating System - LP Gas Unit Heater

HVAC Reznor Heating System | LP Gas Unit Heater

HVAC Reznor Heating System LP Propane Gas Unit Heater – this Reznor unit heater provides heating for warehouses, garages, and other open spaces which can be heated with unit heaters. Unit heaters are ideal for big open areas which need heating without duct work being used to channel the air into the space. Sometimes these unit heaters are also used in mechanical rooms for protection of the other HVAC equipment and piping to prevent freezing conditions inside the mechanical rooms. The unit heater can be quickly installed and put into service in only a few hours once electrical service and gas service is provided in the location where the unit heater will be located. This unit heater is located in a remote camp site where electricity is available but natural gas was not available. LP or Liquefied Propane is trucked in to fill large LP Propane tanks located near the buildings which use these unit heaters to produce heat. A propane piping system and a series of propane gas regulators were installed and these unit heaters utilize the propane in the tanks being fed by this piping system. The regulators reduce the pressure from the tank to a usable pressure for the unit heater.

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2014