Figure 1: The MICROCON® 800 with a solid panel base.
In Order to utilize
the MICROCON® 800 for exhaust, the perforated bottom
grilles (3 of the 4 sides and two opening on
the bottom) must be blocked off. This allows all the
air to be funneled to only the one remaining side or
exhaust duct (on rear of unit).
Two versions of
the exhaust option are available. One is for existing
models and is designed to retrofit, while the other
is a modification to the original design and done during
the manufacturing process.
The stainless steel block-out panels we provide (order
part PCSS-082) are punched and threaded so attachment
to the steel base is an easy procedure. The two bottom
panels utilize existing bolts.
NOTE: the block-out panel kit allows the unit to be converted back to
a 360° recirculation unit by removing the
panels, should the application change.
If the requirement for creating exhaust is known
when ordering a new unit, we can eliminate all perforated
grilles at the bottom of the MICROCON® 800 and provide
a solid panel base (as shown in figure 1). The only stipulation
is that it must by noted on the order.
Figure 2: MICROCON® MAP
800 with an oval exhaust duct collar.
There are two version of the exhaust attachment,
an oval exhaust duct collar (shown in figure 2) and a rectangular
duct version. Either attaches to the rear
if the unit and provides the single exhaust attachment.
Depending on the requirements, an 8" flex duct can
attach to the oval duct collar and get directed to a
window, or wall mounted exhaust. The rectangular duct
can also be attached to a 7" x 16" duct opening