De-stratification units are designed to mix air within high bay factories and warehouses. This has two benefits; bringing heated air back down to floor level, reduces the need for additional heat and reducing the air temperature at roof level reduces the temperature difference across the fabric of the roof, hence reducing the heat lost through the roof fabric.
|Cat No.||Volume m3/hr||Watts||Volts||Length (mm)||Width (mm)||Depth(mm)||Weight(kg)||Price
|3 Amp Fan Speed Controller for CDF-315/400||CDF-SC3||230||147||46||87||1.0||£50|
|3 Amp Fan Speed Controller for CDF-450||CDF-SC5||230||147||46||87||1.0||£70|
The de-stratification fan unit should be mounted at approximately one metre below the highest point of the roof. Multiple units should be spread around the area avoiding columns, beams and light fittings which may disrupt the airflow.
The unit is provided with eye bolts to allow suspension from chain or wire rope. It is important to check that the structure and fixings are substantial enough to take the weight of the unit. It may also be appropriate to make provisions for cleaning and servicing the unit. All units are for 230V operation and should be connected via a suitably fused and isolatable power supply. Connection should be via a 2 pole switched connection unit having a contact separation of at least 3mm in all poles. The unit must be earthed.
All electrical connections should be made by a suitably qualified person in accordance with the latest edition of the IEE Requirements for Electrical Installation (BS 7671:2008).