Airedale Indoor Separated Combustion Make-up Air - Modine HVAC

Airedale Indoor Separated Combustion Make-up Air

Indoor Separated Combustion Duct Furnace

The indoor separated combustion heating and make-up air systems are designed and engineered to deliver superior performance in a variety of applications. The unit is constructed of an indoor separated combustion duct furnace with a blower, and an optional cooling section designed for use with a building’s heating, heating/ventilation/cooling make-up air system.

The separated combustion systems are specifically designed for buildings with hostile atmospheric conditions, such as high humidity or negative pressures.

Airedale by Modine Model IBS/ICS

  • Available in 17 model sizes with input ranges from 75,000 to 1,200,000 Btu/Hr.
  • Airflow ranges from 556 to 14,500 CFM
  • Natural or propane gas
  • All units a minimum of 81% thermally efficient
  • 20°-100°F air-temperature
  • ETL certified
  • Superior corrosion resistance and extended equipment life with 18-gauge, polyester-powder paint on an aluminized steel blower casing and 20-gauge aluminized steel cabinet on furnace
  • Blower and motor vibration isolation
  • Blower performance up to 3.0” W.C. is perfect for longer ductwork or accessories with high-pressure drops
  • Quick and accurate field connections with separate line and low-voltage terminal strips with job-specific wiring diagrams
  • Separate electrical, venting, and gas control access with fully gasket-installed doors
  • Designed, Engineered & Assembled in the USA
  • 409 stainless steel heat exchanger, burner, and drip pan
  • Two-stage and electronic modulation controls
  • Modine Control System option provides a programmable microprocessor controller with building management compatibility
  • High and/or low gas pressure switches
  • Ultra-low leak class-I leakage resistance outside air dampers
  • Two position, modulating, or floating building pressure control damper actuators maximizes control of outside ventilation air with fresh and return air dampers
  • Variable frequency drives for maximum air volume control flexibility
  • Factory-installed DX or chilled water coil
  • Dead-front disconnect switches
  • Double-wall construction for the blower and/or cooling cabinet
  • Circuit analyzers minimize start-up and service time by immediately identifying causes of improper unit operation
  • Smoke detectors, timed freeze protection, thermostats, time clocks, and many other control devices

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