return duct

return duct

A duct carrying return air.
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"Additionally, the chamber features other elements that optimise the operation including a raised grid floor with a stainless steel under-floor, and insulated supply and return duct work to enable various air flow profiles and temperature settings to be achieved." He points out that the control system can also be set to function in several different modes, enabling the PFD processes to be optimised for each operation.
* Alternative 3: Install a living wall and a biofilter equipped with a return air plenum that can be connected to the nearby air-handling unit's return duct.
The ductwork has an air handler, air supply system, air return duct, and grilles and register that circulates cooled air from central air conditioning units to the closed areas.
Allouche, Myron Katz, and Raja Nassar, "Cost Due to Duct Leakage; Return Duct Leakage Vs.
The HVAC air system model assumes that the supply duct and the return duct of the air handling unit could be considered as well-mixed "zones," so that the zone balance model, introduced in the "Room model" section, can be used here.
Here's a tip: Increase heat efficiency of woodstoves by creating a cold-air return duct from the coldest room of the home.
These valves block the return duct according to their set pressure (setting approximately 15 percent above the maximum load pressure), generating a counterforce to the pushing, or negative, load.
Each oven has a full year warranty, aluminized or stainless steel interior, adjustable horizontal/vertical air flow with top return duct, rugged panel construction, heavy duty blower and insulated floor, according to the company.
A more uniform velocity distribution profile is expected at the return duct traverse because it is located at the fan inlet.