High-rise fan coil unit

The MiniReStoraMOD is a small high-rise fan coil solution.


International Environmental Corp. MiniReStoraMODThe MiniReStoraMOD is a small high-rise fan coil solution. While ideal for hospitality, multifamily, and higher education applications, the MiniReStoraMOD is optimal for most high-rise retrofit projects as its size allows for it to fit into the shell of an existing unit. The replacement process is quick, easy, and cost-effective, minimizing the number of outside trades involved and eliminating the need to shut down entire rooms or floors for renovation. The result is reduced downtime, significant cost savings, and decreased revenue loss. The MiniReStoraMOD replaces most existing high-rise fan coils with energy savings and IAQ features, including an optional electronically commutated motor and closed-cell insulation.

International Environmental Corp., www.iec-okc.com

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