Aircraft Hangars

Application Considerations

  • A hangar represents a large volume of air to be heated, making the use of conventional warm air systems impractical
  • High mounting height allows for the efficient and effective use of higher BTU rated radiant heaters
  • The heating system must be able to recover quickly when hangar doors are opened
Equipment Selection & Benefits:
Series burner vacuum system can accommodate as much as 1.2 million btu's on a single vacuum pump with a single building penetration. Additional fuel economy of at least 5%. The flexibility of ON/OFF, two stage or AccuRate control at very little additional
Burner rates up to 250,000 btu available.
Additional fuel economy of at least 5%.
The flexibility of ON/OFF, two stage or AccuRate control at very little additional cost.
Accommodates low ceiling applications with smaller in-series burners than the VS. Has minimal vent penetrations of up to 600,000 btuh/system with balanced air and fuel flow that ensures complete and efficient combustion.
Added benefit of two stage operation which allows even quicker recovery on high fire and economical steady operation on low fire.