Rooftop ventilation unit

Greenheck's RV/RVE rooftop ventilation units are designed to control mixture of outdoor and return air in HVAC systems for commercial applications.

10/14/2011


Greenheck’s rooftop ventilation unit, model RV/RVE, fully conditions and controls any mixture of outdoor and return air. Designed for rooftop installations, RV/RVE is easily configurable, making it ideal for HVAC systems in commercial or institutional applications including schools, offices, and government buildings. The pre-engineered system features 2-in. double-wall construction, coupled with direct-drive plenum fans, heating options (indirect gas furnace, hot water, or electric), cooling options (packaged DX, chilled water, or split DX), and an optional energy wheel (model RVE). Performance capabilities up to 9,500 cfm make this equipment flexible enough to meet the demands of today’s heating, cooling, dehumidification, and ventilation requirements.



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