Indoor air handlers

McQuay International’s Vision Indoor Air Handlers, offer a side-by-side arrangement with energy recovery wheel option and a dual belt-drive plenum fans option.

07/25/2011


McQuay International’s Vision Indoor Air Handlers

McQuay International’s Vision Indoor Air Handlers, offer a side-by-side arrangement with energy recovery wheel (ERW) option and a dual belt-drive plenum fans option. These new options provide building owners with the first economical side-by-side energy recovery air handler available in the industry. The side-by-side arrangement with ERW option provides an alternative solution for height restricted energy recovery applications, saving up to 70 in. of height. It offers more configuration flexibility to suit building needs, making it ideal for use in new construction applications with small or restricted access areas. The side-by-side arrangement with ERW is ideal for use in healthcare facilities, laboratories, and schools because it provides a cost-effective and efficient method of recovering exhaust energy and moisture, helping to lower energy costs, improve IAQ, and increase occupant comfort levels. The dual belt-drive plenum fans option provides can be selected to provide 60% to 100% redundancy.

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