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January 28, 2010
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Stulz-ATS recently published a new single-page technical data sheet to support the launch of its new CeilAiR® – 100% Outside Air (OHS-OA) product line. Presented in a format with the specifying engineer in mind, the document includes dimensional data, guide specifications, performance/capacity capabilities, and configuration options.

The CeilAiR®- OHS-OA products are available from 4 to 22 tons, ranging from 500 to 3,000 cfm, in six incremental cabinet sizes. The space-saving air conditioners are mounted in the ceiling and provide 100% outside air helping building owners meet ASHRAE 62. 1-2007 requirements, improve indoor air quality (IAQ) and combat sick building syndrome. Typical applications include schools and universities, tenant fit-outs, hospitals, labs, and office spaces.

Stulz-ATS products are manufactured in their 140,000ft2 lean manufacturing facility located in Frederick, MD USA. Stulz-ATS is an ISO 9001 registered manufacturer of environmental control equipment including a full line of energy efficient precision air conditioners, ultrasonic humidifiers, and desiccant dehumidifiers. The company is responsible for product development, manufacturing, and distribution for the North American arm of the international Stulz GROUP. For more information about Stulz-ATS and their products, call (301) 620-2033, email your request to info@stulz-ats. com or visit www.stulz-ats. com.
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