Reznor UDAP-200 Power Vented Gas Fired Unit Heater, NG, AHE - 200,000 BTU (Scratch & Dent)
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Heat Exchanger Material
Fuel Type To create heat, some form of fuel is required. Fuel Type specifies what the product uses as an input to create heat.
Vent Type Products that use combustion (burning) of fuel to create heat also create potentially dangerous gasses that need to be exhausted (AKA "Vented"). Depending on the product, venting can be done via a chimney, through a side wall, or use a second vent to provide fresh air to the appliance.
Orientation Orientation describes the direction that air will flow through a piece of equipment. (e.g. air will flow horizontally through a "Horizontal" unit heater.) Most equipment will only function properly if installed in the proper orientation.
Maximum Input Capacity The Maximum Input Capacity describes how quickly the appliance will use fuel when delivering it's maximum capacity. The units may change depending on the fuel being used.
****Scratch & Dent**** Dent on the Access Door and Base Panel
Q: What is the difference between UDAS/UDAP? by Ray from Washington on August 10, 2016
A: The UDAS model has a separated combustion which requires a second pipe for fresh air from the outside. The UDAP model is a standard combustion unit which only requires one pipe for the exhaust.
The UDAP model is fine for most applications, but if you have a space that is tightly sealed, or contains lots of air born contaminants and pollutants, the UDAS may be a better option. by Chris, Product Expert
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