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Industrial Direct-Fired Airhandling Units

In industrial environments where there is a high density of employees and many manual operations involved, an improvement in the environment can produce substantial benefits in terms of increased production, reduced errors, and a decline in complaints and absenteeism among employees.

ABB Blower Co. engineers various types of air makeup units for industrial building ventilation. In industrial plants where there is a high density of employees and many manual operations involved, an improvement in the environment can produce substantial benefits in terms of increased production, reduced errors, and a decline in complaints and absenteeism among employees.

A Direct Gas-Fired Air-Handling Unit AHU may be used as a primary or secondary source to heat a building space. When used for this application, a room thermostat controls unit outlet air temperature.

On a call for heat, a space-heating unit will provide air at the desired room temperature. An airhandler may also be designed to increase outlet temperature when room temperature is low. A duct stat or probe at the outlet of the unit prevents outlet temperatures from exceeding the maximum allowable value.

When a unit blower runs continuously, room air is monitored and the outlet air temperature is modulated to maintain the temperature.

Systems are usually designed for either Space Heating or for Make-Up Air use. However, standard Make-up Air Units may be provided with a room thermostat that monitors indoor minimum set point, a signal is sent to the unit to override outlet temperature set point and turn the unit to full fire. When minimum room temperature is satisfied, unit returns to outlet air temperature control mode.

Return Air Units are a design that includes a damper to bring room air back into the unit. These re-circulate indoor air through a unit with a minimum of outside air added. This type of unit is able to provide air movement for indoor comfort and reduced temperature stratification, but with a minimum of heat added to the building.

Return Air Units are widely used for direct fire space heating applications. They can be supplied with a maximum 80% return/20% fresh air, per ANSI standards. Other options include a 50/50 arrangement. “80/20” Units are configured to modulate from the 80% return/20% fresh air to up to 100% outside or fresh air. 50/50 units are generally designed to switch from 50% return / 50% fresh to 100% fresh, with no modulation between ventilating.com fanblower.com highpressureblower.net industrialblowerfan.com industrialfanblower.net industrialfanblower.com pressureblower.net northernindustrialsupplycompany.com industrialpressureblower.com tenderall.com chicagoblowercanada.com cbblower.com buffaloblower.com buffalofan.com nis-co.com canadianblower.com olegsystems.com canadablower.com abbblower.com acmefan.net industrialblower.net fansandblowers.net americanblower.net barryfan.com cincinnatifan.net canadafans.com barryfan.net greenheck.net pennbarry.net pennfan.net tcffan.com.


Manufacturers of direct gas-fired makeup air equipment must prove that their equipment will "adapt" through its entire operating range to within 5% of laboratory measured outside airflow. This has been a significant challenge. Many manufacturers have attempted to use some form of outside air damper position indication as a way to prove the amount of outside airflow.

All return air should be brought in downstream of the burner and not recirculated through the burner. This is to prevent buildup of waste products from the combustion process within the building. It also prevents contaminants originating within the building environment from being passed through the direct fire burners. The combustion of unknown contaminants can be a serious Safety or Indoor Air Quality problemFind Article, and so must be avoided.

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Susann Terlitski
Designer of Industrial Air Handling Units
ABB Blower Co.
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Susann Terlitski
Designer of Industrial Air Handling Units
ABB Blower Co.
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