RH2+ Residential Humidifier
Condair RH2+ Duct residential electrode steam humidifier. Capacity ranges from 5-10 lbs/hr.
RH2 , 120/240V
A technically advanced self-contained electrode steam humidifier that produces mineral free, odorless, sterile steam for maximum comfort and health in residential applications. Uses the patented “auto-adaptive” control to automatically adjust to water supply conditions. Energy is conserved with efficient steam conversions rate, smart water use and lowest energy losses due to low hot water drain rates.
Unit includes status indicator lights, on/off or modulating humidity control circuit, and a disposable cylinder for low maintenance, sludge removal. The unit arrives completely assembled for wall mounting. Components are housed in a high temperature rated poly-carbonate cabinet
- Output rated at 10.0 lbs/hr at 220-240V, 8.7 lbs/hr at 208V and 5.0 lbs/hr at 110-120V
- Pure, sterile steam humidification
- Low maintenance requirements
- On/Off or modulating control
- Modulating output down to 20%
- Limited manual capacity adjustment of 20%
- Long life status indicator LEDs on front of unit
- Hygienic automatic drain down after three days without a call for humidification
- Internal Drain Water tempering to 140°F (60°C) maximum, meeting local plumbing codes
- Fill cup with internal one inch air gap
- UL listed
- Two year limited warranty
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Nortec RH2+ Space, Nortec RH2+ Duct
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George Blaszczynski –
Regarding the steam generation and humidifying my house, I’s give it 5 stars. So why only 3?
The steam injector has two hose fitting that crack and leak after some amount of time.
They should be metal or better plastic. The replacement is over $400. Another, minor
complaint is that it should have an LCD status display, not two blinking lamps.