Industrial, commercial, office and educational settings continue to use advanced unit ventilators to meet air quality standards. But the maintenance and resulting lifecycle costs of these units has been an immovable issue. Facility owners purchasing new equipment regularly weigh the pros and cons of different purchases based on the anticipated ROI for each option – which is largely driven by maintenance.
A basic unit ventilator component such as a low temperature cut-out offers a cost-efficient solution to ease the maintenance burden and lower life cycle costs.
When compared to a traditional freezestat, the solid-state design of our new technology solution, the Chill-Out combination sensor, provides faster installation time and ultimately improves unit ventilator and air handler performance for facility owners over the long term.
Our new whitepaper explains it all:
Whitepaper Download: Chill-Out™ Combination Sensor: A Comparison of Low-Temperature Cut-Outs in Unit Ventilators and Air Handling Units
In this free whitepaper, we share:
- A comparison of functionality, construction and installation between the freezestat and the Chill-Out temperature cutout
- How the new technology of the Chill-Out reduces the cost of installation, eliminates the problems associated with freezestat installations and offers facility owners a lower TCO
- A look at three potential installation conditions and the resulting performance for both the freezestat and Chill-Out temperature cut-out options.