Outdoor air systems

Johnson Controls' York Dedicated Outdoor Air System, designed for integration with a BAS, meets fresh-air requirements while delivering clean outside air in various weather conditions.

12/10/2015


Johnson Controls' York Dedicated Outdoor Air System, designed for building automation systems, meets fresh-air requirements while delivering clean outside air in various weather conditions. Courtesy: Johnson ControlsJohnson Controls' York Dedicated Outdoor Air System (DOAS) meets ASHRAE 62.1 fresh-air requirements and delivers clean, dehumidified outside air in various weather conditions through modulating heating and cooling capacities. The York DOAS is configurable and includes foam-panel double-wall construction, R13 insulation value, renewable/organic insulation material, prepainted G90 galvanized steel, and hinged and lockable doors. A direct-drive plenum fan and an energy-recovery module preconditions fresh air by using energy from the exhaust air. The system also features stainless steel heat exchangers, MERV 8 and MERV 13 filters, an independent modulating reheat circuit, and more. The DOAS advanced control system is designed for integration with a BAS.

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