Air handling unit

V3 Series air handling units with energy-recovery wheels are available from 450 to 10,000 cfm and provide a solution to help a building exceed ASHRAE standards and acquire LEED points.

04/13/2017


AAON V3 SeriesV3 Series air handling units with energy-recovery wheels are available from 450 to 10,000 cfm and provide a solution to help a building exceed ASHRAE standards and acquire LEED points. V3 Series units include energy-saving, double-wall rigid polyurethane foam-injected panel construction; high-efficiency direct-drive backward-curved plenum ECM supply and exhaust fans; corrosion-resistant, double-sloped stainless steel drain pans; and serviceability features. Energy-saving options include fully modulating AMCA-certified low-leakage economizer dampers, air-source heat pump heating, and factory-provided split-system controls capable of controlling 10% to 100% variable-capacity compressors for precise capacity modulation.

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