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GeneralAire Elite Duct Steam 230V - 5520 - DS35

DS35 / DS15
GeneralAire Premium Elite Duct Steam Humidifier 230V - 5520 - DS35 ( Email Support@Filterace.Com for availability)

 

Elegant Styling designed to deliver "PURE STERILE STEAM" to maximize indoor air quality. Elite Steam is an electrode humidifier. It produces steam for humidification by passing electric current through the water in the steam plastic generator cylinder between metal electrodes. Designed to be wall mounted with steam hose running to the steam nozzle. Steam nozzle is typically mounted in the side of a duct. Steam is then injected into the duct work and the existing air handler blows the steam into the conditioned space. Or, utilize a remote blower kit to put humidity directly into the room.

*This humidifier requires correct kit below for complete installation.*

For mounting directly into a duct, use the DMNKIT Duct Mount Kit.

For utilizing a remote mount, use the RMB35 Remote Blower Kit.

Home Comfort Features
  • Multiple Installation Options - Duct Mount or Remote Mount
  • 120V and 240V options
  • Self contained immersed electrode design
  • High water level and foam detection monitoring
  • Drain Tempering
  • Capacities from 5.5 lbs/hr to 12 lbs/hr
  • 20% adjustable capacity from rated max output
  • Integrated AHU fan relay for on demand humidification
  • Pure sterile steam delivering premium indoor air quality
  • E2 Digital Automatic Humidistat
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Product Specifications
Type
There are two basic humidifier types: bypass and power fan. Each simply uses a different method to move air through them. Power fan humidifiers use a 110 volt fan to move air through them. Bypass humidifiers do not have a fan, but instead require a 6” duct to be connected to the side and then to the opposite air duct system from the humidifier. That means for bypass models that if the humidifier is installed on the supply plenum, the 6” duct will connect to the humidifier and the return plenum, and if the humidifier is installed on the return plenum, the 6” duct will attach to humidifier and the supply plenum.

Both humidifier types – bypass and power fan – will provide the same benefits to you. The only difference is the technology used to do so. The advantage to power fan models is since they do not require additional ductwork, they can be installed faster and in tighter spaces. The advantage to bypass models is that they cost a bit less. 
Steam  

Type Steam  

Maximum Coverage Area
Maximum coverage area means this humidifier will perform well for home sizes up to the square footage indicated, provided that the home is “tight”. A tight home is typically is one that is sealed well around windows and doors and does not leak air to/from the outdoors. Note that humidifiers will perform well for smaller homes as well since the controller regulates the amount of humidity automatically to adjust to home size. 
5000 Square Feet 

Steam Output 12 lbs / hr 

Gallons per Day 35 gallons 

Electrical Requirements
Humidifiers with 24 volt AC electrical requirements obtain such by connecting to either 24VAC from the furnace, or by adding a transformer to the furnace to create such. Most installations can use the 24VAC that is already accessible in the furnace.

Humidifiers with 110 volt AC electrical requirements simply plug into a standard outlet (receptacle) and require no special wiring for this part. It is recommended, however, that the outlet/receptacle be dedicated for the humidifier, and that it can be shut off by the same power safety switch that turns off the furnace.  
240V  

Dimensions 13 1/8 W x 23 3/4 H x 8 1/4 D inches 

Weight 18 lbs 
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