Geomax - Air Filters - whole house HEPA filtration

SKUTTLE: high capacity steam humidifiers

Features

  • Thermal fan interlock control allows unit to humidify air without furnace heat
  • One-piece service drain petcock makes cleaning easy
  • Uses minimal water
  • Corrosion-resistant, low water, safety cutoff switch and built-in overflow protection provide peace of mind
  • Compact size makes unit ideal where space is at a premium
  • Model 60-2 only: Skuttle Automatic Flushing Timer and Chlorine Removal Filter

Model F60-1: moisture output capacity
• Lbs. per Hour: 4.5
• Gallons per Hour (GPH): 0.54
• Gallons per Day: 13.0
• Internal Heating Source: 1.5 kw, 120V., 12.5 amps incoloy sheathed element

Model F60-2: moisture output capacity
• Lbs. per Hour: 5.9
• Gallons per Hour (GPH): 0.71
• Gallons per Day (GPD): 17.0
• Internal Heating Source: 2.0 kw, 240V., 8.3 amps incoloy sheathed element

Specifications
Duct Opening: 10-1/2" high x 8" wide

Call (585) 412-4245 or E-mail an Eagle Mountain for more product information and pricing.

Installation Package includes all adapters and mounting components for typical installation, plus Automatic Flushing Timer (inset) and chlorine removal filter (not shown). Relay, sometimes required for independent fan operation, is not supplied. Comes complete with patented Skuttle Universal Humidistat, which can be wall- or duct-mounted.

Model 60-1: home/humidifier size chart

Ratings and calculations are from ARI 630. Computed at 13 GPD at 120°F for 8 ft. ceiling height.

  • Tight House = Insulated walls and ceilings; vapor barriers; weather stripping on doors and windows; snug doors, windows and fireplace damper. One-half air change per hour.
  • Average House = Insulated walls and ceilings; vapor barriers; loose doors, windows and fireplace damper. One air change per hour.
  • Loose House = No insulation, storm doors, storm windows, weather stripping or vapor barriers. Two air changes per hour.

Model 60-2: home/humidifier size chart

 

 

 

 

 

Ratings and calculations are from ARI 630. Computed at 17 GPD at 120°F for 8 ft. ceiling height.

  • Tight House = Insulated walls and ceilings; vapor barriers; weather stripping on doors and windows; snug doors, windows and fireplace damper. One-half air change per hour.
  • Average House = Insulated walls and ceilings; vapor barriers; loose doors, windows and fireplace damper. One air change per hour.
  • Loose House = No insulation, storm doors, storm windows, weather stripping or vapor barriers. Two air changes per hour.

 

More Information:
Owner's Manual | Humidistat specs | 60-1 Parts List | P60-2 Parts List

Call (585) 412-4245 or E-mail an Eagle Mountain for more product information and pricing.


 

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