Your building represents a significant long term investment. Selection of the proper heating and ventilation systems for your specific building is crucial to insure the comfort and energy efficient performance you deserve. Unfortunately, to meet budget constraints, mechanical systems are often cheapened and corners cut that the building owner may pay for over and over again. If you are storing a product that may be adversely affected by moisture or condensation, the difference between direct fired and indirect fired could be a factor you need to seriously consider as you evaluate the the best choice for your building application.
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