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Modine launches Lodronic low-temperature hot water heater

Modine launches Lodronic low-temperature hot water heater


RACINE — Modine Manufacturing Co. last week announced the release of its Lodronic low-temperature hot water heater which the company said is designed to provide maximum efficiency in a compact, lightweight, energy-saving format.

Racine-based Modine said the UL 1995 certified Lodronic is 15% lighter, has a 30% smaller footprint, uses 50% less electricity and offers quieter operation than comparable heaters. The unit is designed specifically for use with high-efficiency boilers.

The Lodronic unit is available in six sizes and can be used in warehouses, industrial buildings, mechanical rooms, manufacturing plants and entryways. Features of the new Lodronic unit include:

  • High-temperature output;
  • High-efficiency four-row coil with low water pressure drop;
  • Smaller fan and motor for a lower system amp draw; and

This week Modine also announced a collaboration with RectorSeal of Houston to introduce GulfClean. Modine said it is the industry’s only two-step coil cleaner and salt reducer for protecting coastal area residential and commercial HVAC equipment and their factory-applied coil coatings.

GulfClean was developed by RectorSeal which is also its exclusive distributor, in partnership with the Coatings Division of Modine’s Commercial and Industrial Solutions business unit.

Modine, with fiscal 2019 revenues of $2.2 billion, specializes in thermal management systems and components.


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Michael "Mick" Burke covers business and the Village of Sturtevant. He is the proud father of two daughters and owner of a fantastic, although rug-chewing, German shepherd dog.

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