Steam-dispersion panel

Ultra-sorb Model MP features same-side steam and condensate drain connections, reducing exposed piping for clean installation in the air handler or ductwork.

02/09/2016


Ultra-sorb Model MP features same-side steam and condensate drain connections, reducing exposed piping for clean installation in the air handler or ductwork. Courtesy: DriSteemDriSteem's Ultra-sorb Model MP is a steam-dispersion panel for both pressurized and atmospheric humidification in air handling units or ducts. The design of the framed Ultra-sorb MP steam-dispersion panel ensures minimal space requirements, precise sizing, fast installation, and long-term operation. It features same-side steam and condensate drain connections, reducing exposed piping for clean installation in the air handler or ductwork. The Ultra-sorb MP is built to order in 1-in. increments, permitting a fit to air handling unit and duct dimensions. The low-height steam header maximizes available humidification-face dimensions and minimizes duct blank-off requirements, reducing duct-pressure losses.

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