CED-4-156 Air Curtain

Customer Entry Door • 4 Motors • 156" Wide • Unheated

CED-4-156 Air Curtain
CED-4-156 Air Curtain | Made in the USA CED-4-156 Air Curtain | Intertek ETL Listed C US

The Customer Entrance Door (CED) air curtain from Powered Aire is specially designed for high-traffic retail facilities where customer satisfaction is key. The CED creates a barrier to keep conditioned air inside the building and unconditioned/unwanted elements out. It also maximizes employee and customer comfort. The CED has a gentle airflow and its unique plenum design helps make it one of the quietest air curtains in the industry. The CED is capable of being used as an exception to vestibules, having met all the criteria set forth in various codes. It has also been tested in accordance with the ANSI/AMCA 220 Standard.

Max Install Height

At a Glance

Single Incremental Widths

3' to 14'

MAX Installation Height


Heavy Duty Motors

1/2 HP

Key Design Features

  • Meets ASHRAE 90.1 and IECC requirements for vestibule exception
  • AMCA tested performance
  • Outer cabinet constructed of 18-gauge 304 stainless steel with #3 finish
  • 1/2 HP ODP (Open Drip Proof) direct-drive dual-speed motor(s)
  • High-efficiency discharge plenum with adjustable air foil vane (+/-20˚)

Recommended Air Curtain Controls

  • Activation by 24V magnetic door switch
  • Toggle disconnect switch
  • SmartTouch controller
  • Filter (washable)

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360 View | CED-4-156 | Air Curtain | 156” Customer Entry Door (CED) Unheated
CED-4-156 | Performance Table
MODEL Nozzle Width (in.) Max. FPM at Nozzle Avg. Outlet Velocity (FPM) Airflow Rate (CFM) Outlet Velocity Uniformity Power Rating (kW) Number of Motors Motor HP Weight (lbs)
CED-4-156 157 5300 1208 3864 88% 1.06 4 1/2 342

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