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Marvair unveils new air handlers

Marvair of Cordele, Ga., is introducing its new line of chilled-water air handlers during the Miami International Boat Show. The air handlers accompany Marvair’s line of marine chillers.

The line of air handlers is available in five sizes with capacities from 6,000 to 24,000 BTU/H. The heart of the air handler is the air mover, which is designed to move the air quietly and efficiently while overcoming the pressure drop normally found in many marine applications, acording to the company.

Instead of attaching the duct directly to the mouth of the blower, the Marvair air handlers use a patent-pending design called the multidirectional plenum. The plenum has three openings, two on each side and one at the top for duct connections. Multiple hose rings can be fitted to any one of the three flat faces of the plenum.

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