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Just four Reznor warm-air heaters with destratification fans deliver effective heating for the new carpeted warehouse of Media Control.
Effective heating for the new 5000 m2 warehouse of Media Control at Kings Norton is provided by just four Reznor UDSA43 heaters to maintain a temperature of 19 to 20°C. Media Control hires out video, light and sound equipment for conferences and exhibitions at major venues such as the National Exhibition Centre. All equipment stored in the warehouse must be protected from damp, and employees in the production and testing areas require effective comfort heating. Reznor Maximisor destratification fans at high levels return warm air to low level to maximise heating efficiency. The units are controlled by SmartCom intelligent controllers. Despite the extensive floor space and roof height of 8 m, good insulation and wall-to-wall carpeting mean that these high-efficiency heaters need only run at low intensity to maintain all-round warmth. The heaters are programmed to respond to external roller shutter doors opening. One unit fires up automatically when the doors are opened, and the rest follow as the air gradually cools. Internal conditions recover very quickly once the doors are closed.
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