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UHUniversity of Haifa
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So bite the bullet and buy a ceiling-mounted, forced-air unit heater that's rated for residential use (building inspectors won't OK an industrial unit in a residential garage).
EnergyPlus Objects (ZoneHVAC:Baseboard:Convective:Electric and ZoneHVAC:Baseboard:Convective:Water) are used to model the electric baseboard and hydronic unit heater. Thermostat schedules for all zones are as follows:
"Tubular Radiant Heater versus Unit Heater: Comparative Testing." Final test report by Arthur D.
It is our experience that ceiling-mounted unit heaters or heated air curtains are only partially effective, resulting in cold air remaining near the floor level.
Roscoe reduced their annual consumption of natural gas by 10% by installing high-efficiency natural gas unit heaters.
The existing warehouse and truck bay was heated by electric unit heaters and it is retrofitted with the new GSHP system in 2010.
The warehouse area is served by energy saving, condensed gas-fired unit heaters to provide the highest efficiency levels.
Another point of concern is the proximity of sprinkler heads to heat sources, such as lights, hot air diffusers, and unit heaters. The temperature ratings for sprinklers in skylights and light wells are sometimes overlooked.
The company's large workshop is being heated utilising the system by hot water being pumped around the building to unit heaters in the 16,000 sq.ft.
Full line of unit heaters, duct furnaces, makeup air units, air turnover units, and other heating products.
Canon's advisory comes after the firm discovered a faulty connection related to the internal power cord of the copiers' fixing unit heaters. This problem could have occurred at the time of manufacture or during servicing.
Facilities that use many individual unit heaters will most likely require temperatures from 150 to 180 degrees F to provide sufficient building heat.
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