The new look ErP compliant power vented VPx cabinet heater range has been re-developed with a more compact, robust and proven design with high/low burners as standard.
With the range now increased to six, with a new maximum output of 140kW, VPx heaters can be configured for either room sealed or flue only operation. Vertical and horizontal fluing options add benefit and savings for installers.
The VPx is designed to offer ErP complaint NOx emissions and seasonal efficiencies providing cost effective solutions for a wide variety of industrial and commercial buildings.
• VPx UF - Upright Free Blowing Unit
• VPx UD - Upright Ducted Unit
Powrmatic’s VPx range of gas fired floor standing cabinet type heaters are a development of the highly successful VPC range familiar to specifiers, installers and end users alike. The new range meets the NOx emission and seasonal efficiency levels demanded by the latest ErP regulations.
VPx dimensions have been reduced providing greater flexibility in choice of applications and locations. The construction is of the familiar frame and panel construction with the lower panels designed to accept a choice of inlet options including fresh and return air spigots, dampers and filters.
Extended Range & Heat Exchanger Options
The new VPx range has been extended to six models with a maximum output of 140 kW. In additon, the robust and proven four pass tubular heat exchanger is manufactured as standard from aluminised steel formed, swaged and expanded without the use of stress inducing welding. For environments 409 and 316 grade stainless steel options are available.
Factory Fitted and Pre-Wired Controls
All VPx heaters are provided with Powrmatic’s MC200 integrated digital control. The optimised start, programmable time andtemperature setting options and password protection functionality of the control combine to offer efficient utilisation of the fuel.
Horizontal Discharge Option
Depending on application and heater location, the VPx can be specified with horizontal low level flue discharge discharge, this can help to minimise costly roof penetrations. A vertical flue option can also be specified.