Gas-fired unit heater

Modine Manufacturing's PTP-series gas-fired unit heater.

10/03/2012


Modine Manufacturing Co. has introduced its PTP-series gas-fired unit heater, a horizontal discharge unit heater that delivers 80% thermal efficiency in a robust package of design features. It includes a stainless steel tubular heat exchanger as standard on all units. The PTP also carries a 10-year heat exchanger warranty, providing customers with peace of mind. Other standard design features of the PTP include totally enclosed fan motors and all the controls mounted inside the cabinet for protection from airborne moisture and dust. Optional features include fingerproof fan guards for meeting OSHA requirements when mounted below 7 ft, 2-stage controls to reduce short-cycling and temperature fluctuations at part load conditions, and field-installed adaptor kits for easy 2-point suspension.

Modine Manufacturing 

www.modine.com



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