COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL
Developers working in speculative buildings that need ventilation with minimal heat, often find themselves overproducing for the needs of the facility in its current state.
Rather than heating, the goal should instead be to prevent freezing. As they find, their real need is for a freeze protection solution that provides proper airflow, measured in CFM, while factoring in the BTUs required in the unoccupied space.
Speculative facilities - such as storage units or rentable spaces currently unoccupied by businesses, do not need comfortable heating. Instead, these facilities must meet ventilation codes while protecting the integrity of the building with minimal heating.
The Cambridge Spec Air Series is an economical draw-through heating system that provides temperature control and freeze protection for speculative buildings with minimal heat. By using this freeze-protection product, you can keep your costs down and focus on your business.
Protect Speculative Buildings from Freezing Temperatures
Contractors developing speculative buildings want a simple ventilation system that provides simple freeze-protection heating. In cold temperatures, a freeze protection system can protect important building systems and piping.
The Cambridge Spec-Air Series features patented low-fire start technology that increases unit reliability and saves energy. Our Freeze Protection solutions utilize a proprietary type 304 stainless burner. Keeping the options to a minimum and matching the burner to the heating application allows for the overall cost to be reduced.
Spec-Air Series Features
The Cambridge Air Solutions Spec-Air Series is a 100% outside ventilation unit that meets minimum ventilation requirements for commercial buildings while tackling freeze protection. The Spec-Air series provides enough heat to keep products above freezing temperatures (around 40-45 degrees Fahrenheit). Spec-Air is the ideal solution that meets the building code ventilation requirements for your Warehouse, storage unit, or other unoccupied buildings.