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Negative Air Pressure in industrial manufacturing facilities can create problems such as:

- Exhaust fans losing performance, as the building pressure becomes negative.
- Pilot light outages and exhaust system failure on natural draft gas equipment.
- Cold air drafts and infiltration of dirt and contamination from outside.
- Difficulty opening or closing exterior doors.
Nausea and headaches among personnel due to inadequate ventilation. In temperate climates or during mild weather,
moderate amounts of make-up air can be supplied by simply opening windows or overhead doors. However, this is
usually not the case in industrial and commercial facilities. Forced ventilation Make-up air is required.
Direct Gas-Fired Make-up Air Units supply tempered and filtered air to the indoor environment. In summer, a direct-fired
unit may be used as an air handler, with the heater disabled. By adding a DX or evaporative cooling section to the unit,
it may be used to supply conditioned air year round.
ANSI Z83.18 states further that: “Heaters covered by this standard are not intended for use in any area containing sleeping quarters." Carbon Monoxide and Nitrogen Dioxide are the primary pollutants. These are limited to no more than 5.0 PPM for CO and 0.5 PPM NOX, a fraction of OSHA allowable Permissible Exposure Limits(PEL).