Reznor, part of Nortek Global HVAC (UK) Limited, is continuing its tradition of manufacturing high efficiency heating equipment, which includes the highly efficient UDSA heating unit.
The UDSA units are a technically advanced range of gas fired unit heaters designed to deliver outstanding energy, efficiency, performance and economy for reduced operating and life cycle costs.
The heat exchanger achieves 92% (ncv) thermal efficiency reducing energy and consumption and running costs.
UDSA units are fitted with a high airflow axial fan for free-blowing applications with model heat outputs ranging from 11kW – 146kW.
All units are available for natural gas (g20) as standard but alternatively can be specified for use on Propane (G31).
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