Hot water air heater PWW SERIES

hot water air heater
hot water air heater
hot water air heater
hot water air heater
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Energy source
hot water
wall-mounted, ceiling-mounted


Hot water heaters as supplement to hot water heating plant Best suited for warehouses and supermarkets The sophisticated design is suitable for both wall and ceiling installation. With a heat output of 4 to 135 kW, an optimum expansion of existing or planned hot water heating systems is possible at any time. Easily attachable mounting brackets permit a fast installation of the devices. The load-bearing, galvanised, solid steel sheet housings are already supplied. The air discharge fins are individually infinitely variable. The heat exchangers are delivered with a copper-aluminium finish. REMKO PWW units are designed for warm and hot pump water at temperatures up to 110°C and a max. permissible operating pressure of 16 bar. An aerodynamically shaped, silent Ziehl-Abegg sickle-shaped axial fan with a maintenance-free three-phase two-speed external rotor motor is installed as standard. Fitted as standard with a Ziehl-Abegg sickle-shaped axial fan Speed range regulation, 2-way and 5-way (optional) Low spatial requirements Extremely low noise by using optimum coordinated components Extremely easy to service Painted design (optional) Injection vent An economic extension The supply air is optimally injected via the injection vent; the position of the air deflection vent influences the air velocity and the outlet temperature of the total air flow. With this technology, these PWW devices achieve larger penetration distances and faster heating of the warehouses to be climatized. The suction of the already heated room air results in the fact that different climatized air layers cannot rise. It creates uniformly distributed heating of the room.
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