- Back Pan Made From A Durable Steel
- Fits Various Neck Sizes
- Easy to Install
- Enhances Your Comfort & Air Quality
Every high quality HVAC system will have back pans that keep the comfort level and efficiency, solid. When your back pan is made from bad materials or isn’t a snug fit, the chances of air leaking out is more likely. Comfort First has eliminated this product by creating a back pan that not only looks sleek, but fits a variety of neck sizes so that leaks are a worry of the past.
Find a perfect fit for your HVAC system with this steel back pan . It’s efficiency will contribute to the comfort and air quality that you are working to maintain in your establishment, simply by helping your diffuser work to the best of its ability.
Benefits for your office:
- Tight Seal For System
- Sleek Look
- Higher Efficiency
- Made to fit 24” x 24” drop ceilings
How do I choose a back pan?
Selecting a back pan is determined by the type of ceiling your office has and what size the neck is that attaches to the duct work.
If you have a standard perforated diffuser that has pins holding the screen in place a ½” from each corner of the back pan, you may be able to use this back pan for the installation. If you have any other style diffuser you will need to buy one of our 3 back pan options.
Option # 1
The powder coated steel back pan is used in standard T-bar suspended ceilings. Prior to ordering you need know the round neck size that your duct work will attach to. They are available in 6”, 8”, 10”, 12”, 14” and 16” round.
Option # 2
The fiberglass back pan is for use in T-bar suspended ceilings for multiple installations when you don’t know the neck size. It can save time to buy the fiberglass covered steel back pan and take various sized start collars and duct sealant with you on the job. Most contractors and facility managers can purchase start collars from their local HVAC supply house. This back pan allows you to use start collars at the job site and cut the fiberglass to the neck size desired using tin snips or utility knife. This type of installation normally needs an HVAC contractor or skilled facilities HVAC technician.
Option # 3
The Surface Mount back pan is for use in hard ceilings; plaster or drywall. It is mounted onto the ceiling and the diffuser fits inside this back pan.
All the back pans allow the diffuser to hinge down for easy filter replacement.