RectorSeal introduces the new series of secondary drain pans for HVAC condensate control
The Titan Metal Series of HVAC air handling and furnace secondary drain pans prevent commercial property-damaging condensate overflow in the North American HVAC markets.
RectorSeal, Houston, manufacturer of HVAC/R tools and accessories, has introduced the Titan Metal Series of HVAC air handling and furnace secondary drain pans for preventing residential and commercial property-damaging condensate overflow in the North American HVAC markets.
The Metal Series addition to the Titan product line’s Flexible Series DexElar resin models now offers a selection of secondary drain pan styles and sizes that will now accommodate any local code mandate or HVAC/R contractor preference.
The Titan Metal Series features 24-ga. seamless, one-piece galvanized metal construction with fortifying reinforcement creases/indentations and rolled edges.
Each pan offers drain line installation flexibility with a 3/4-inch-diameter (19-mm) drain outlet on the width and long sides and comes with a PVC cap fitting and a drain line female fitting, both that include a rubber washer.
The Metal Series can be combined with RectorSeal’s Safe-T-Switch or AquaGuard drain pan condensate detection/cut-off switches that shut down the equipment to prevent property damage if a drain pan blockage occurs. It is also compatible with All-Access mechanical float switches, drain line cleanout devices and supporting condensate management accessories.
The Titan Metal Series has eight sizes that fit the majority of air handler and furnace brands and models: 24 x 36-inch (609 x 914-mm); 26 x 26-inch (660 x 660-mm); 30 x 66-inch (762 x 1,676-mm); 32 x 36-inch (812 x 914-mm); 32 x 48-inch (812 x 1,219-mm); 32 x 62-inch (812 x 1,574-mm); 30 x 60-inch (762 x 1,524-mm); and 30 x 30-inch (762 x 762-mm).
Other benefits include:
- complies with the International Residential Code (IRC) and International Mechanical Code (IMC) mandates for secondary pans to prevent property water and mold damage caused by condensate overflow;
- can be installed on hung or floor-mounted air handlers and furnaces;
- seamless, rolled-edge design eliminates sharp edges that can cut hands and snag clothing;
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