Cruiser RV Easily Destratifies with HTHV

One of the main reasons Cruiser RV in Howe, IN chose Cambridge Engineering’s HTHV technology to heat their building was the equipment’s ability to destratify the air within their facility without any additional destratification equipment. To prove HTHVs destratification capabilities at Cruiser’s facility, they allowed Cambridge Engineering to install data loggers to collect the necessary information needed to demonstrate minimal temperature differences between the ceiling and the floor.

The 200,000s/f facility, which operates 24 hours a day and seven days a week, has 28 feet ceilings, an R-19 roof with R-13 walls, and a total of 34 active dock doors. Three data loggers were placed at 2’ and three were placed at 5’ and temperature readings were recorded every 30 minutes. The design temperature was 63°F @ -2°F, and the average building temperature, during the study period of January 1, 2018 to February 19, 2018, was 64°F with the coldest recorded outside temperature during the study being -15°F on January 1, 2018.

This graph shows the temperature readings at 24’ and 5’ during the duration of the monitoring and is proof that Cambridge HTHV technology is not only a great heating technology but a great destratification technology as well.