Carel heaterSteam

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The heaterSteam UR002, heaterSteam UR004, heaterSteam UR006, heaterSteam UR010, heaterSteam UR020, heaterSteam UR027, heaterSteam UR040, heaterSteam UR060 steam humidifiers are designed to humidify rooms or ducts using a distribution system. They feature automatic level control and draining by conductivity, overheat protection of heaters to prevent burn-out and predict maintenance, backflow prevention, and an anti-foaming system. The humidifiers can be controlled either by a mechanical humidistat or by a remote voltage-free contact, or by a combination of the two. They can also be connected to an RS485 serial line using either a Carel remote display control panel or a remote supervisor.

Key Features

  • Automatic level control and draining by conductivity
  • Overheat protection of heaters to prevent burn-out and predict maintenance
  • Backflow prevention
  • Anti-Foaming System

Pages: 68 Carel heaterSteam User manual

Brand: Carel Category: Space heaters Size: 3 MB

Languages: English

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Frequently Answers and Questions

What is the maximum length of rubber steam hose that can be used with the heaterSteam humidifiers?
The maximum length of rubber steam hose is 20 feet. Insulated copper tubing may be up to 40 feet.
What are the different control schemes available for the heaterSteam humidifiers?
The humidifiers can be controlled either by a mechanical humidistat or by a remote voltage-free contact, or by a combination of the two. They can also be connected to an RS485 serial line using either a Carel remote display control panel or a remote supervisor.
What types of water can be used with the heaterSteam humidifiers?
The supply water to the humidifier must be potable raw or demineralized water and must not be corrosive, or contain contaminates that can produce odors. Softened water should NOT be used as it is corrosive to the aluminum heating elements.

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