Air unit

The Model MPX from Greenheck is a 100% outside make-up air unit with an integral packaged DX cooling system. The unit is designed for kitchens, corridor ventilation, and areas with contaminated air where energy recovery is not permitted. The unit uses R410A refrigerant and features 2-in. double-wall cabinet construction, hinged access doors, an airfoil plenum fan, and 2-in.

01/01/2010


 

 

 

The Model MPX from Greenheck is a 100% outside make-up air unit with an integral packaged DX cooling system. The unit is designed for kitchens, corridor ventilation, and areas with contaminated air where energy recovery is not permitted. The unit uses R410A refrigerant and features 2-in. double-wall cabinet construction, hinged access doors, an airfoil plenum fan, and 2-in. prefilters and optional high-efficiency post-filters. The unit has a cooling capacity ranging from 7 to 30 nominal tons and airflow ranges up to 10,000 cfm.

 

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