If your project calls for exhaust fans and hoods or you need to provide positive building pressurization, then the Reznor Brand make-up air systems are your ideal choice for robust performance and worry-free control.
The Reznor PREEVA is a new generation of air handlers capable of heating, cooling, ventilation and ‘free cooling’, with filtration.
New high efficiency cabinet heaters with forced draught burner, gas or oil fired.
Reznor Air Turnover Units are ideal for large open volumes such as warehouses and distribution centres requiring constant background temperatures or protection from frost and condensation.
Reznor offers a new PREEVA variant: Heat Recovery. This air handling unit contains a module for heat recovery by means of a cross flow heat exchanger.
PV series: New high efficiency gas fired cabinet heaters with atmospheric burner.
The Reznor PREEVA High Efficiency condensing units SHH and RHH are the latest variants of our compact air handlers. The difference with the regular PREEVA air handlers is that the SHH and RHH have a secondary heat exchanger for additional heat extraction out of the flue gases, to attain an efficiency of 102%!
IDF indirect fired air handling units combine high efficiency heating and ventilation across a broad spectrum of industrial and commercial applications. Combined heating and ventilation units ensure precise control, excellent indoor air quality and optimum energy efficiency. In comparison with our direct fired range, IDF units have indirect gas fired sections with CE certified heating coils.
With closed combustion through the tubular heat exchangers, flue gases are vented outdoors.
Reznor Europak RPV is a ready to install, fully automatic gas fired heater for larger industrial and commercial applications.
DF direct fired air handling units combine high efficiency heating and ventilation across a broad spectrum of industrial and commercial applications. Combined heating and ventilation units ensure precise control, excellent indoor air quality and optimum energy efficiency. There are units with a constant flow of fresh air, with a variable flow of fresh air and with variable return air.