The outside air makeup air system supplies a constant volume of air at a constant or varied temperature in a single run of duct to make up for a predetermined quantity of exhaust air. These conditioned air supply systems are usually 100% outside air.
The intent of these air handling fans is to ensure the building does not operate under a negative pressure. If operating under a
negative air pressure outside air will migrate into the building. This outside air will not be filtered, heated or cooled.
A discharge controller or a wall mounted thermostat which senses supply zone air temperature, controls the heating and cooling section to regulate the temperature of the air entering the space.