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ETA-3-132HW Air Curtain

Exposed Vestibule Exception • 3 Motors • 132" Wide • Hot Water

ETA-3-132HW Air Curtain
ETA-3-132HW Air Curtain | Made in the USA ETA-3-132HW Air Curtain | Intertek ETL Listed C US

132” Exposed Vestibule Exception hot water heated air curtain. Our exposed vestibule exception air doors meet all conditions of the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC). Create an air barrier without a vestibule. For openings up to 14 feet high.

Heating
Hot Water
Max Install Height
14'
Installation
Exposed
Width
132"

At a Glance

Single Incremental Widths

3' to 14'

MAX Installation Height

14'

Heavy Duty Motors

3/4 HP

Key Design Features

  • Stainless steel case is 18 gauge 304 stainless steel in a number three finish.
  • Heavy duty 3/4 HP motors. 1630 rpm each.
  • High efficiency discharge plenum ensures that air being discharged fills the entire width and height of the opening. This also lowers the operational sound level.
  • Made-to-order steam or hot water coil mounted to intake of air curtain. Coil consists of 5/8 in. O.D. copper tubes and aluminum fins. Coils certified to ARI standard 410.
  • Control panel included.

Recommended Controls

  • ON / OFF switch
  • Magnetic door switch for activation
  • Built-in time delay relay

360 View

360 View | ETA-3-132HW | Air Curtain | 132” Exposed Vestibule Exception Hot Water Heated
ETA-3-132HW | Performance Table
MODELNozzle Width (in.)FPMCFMOutlet Velocity UniformityNumber of MotorsMotor HPHot WaterWeight
(lbs)
mbtu
/ Hour
Temp. Rise (˚F)
ETA-3-132HW1321860480972%33/4194.237.00470

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