Dedicated outdoor air system dehumidifiers

Outdoor Air series features the refrigerant charge and easy installation in the HVAC industry as well as variable refrigerant flow and active chilled-beam design applications.

03/11/2016


Outdoor Air series features the refrigerant charge and easy installation in the HVAC industry as well as variable refrigerant flow and active chilled-beam design applications. Courtesy: SerescoSeresco's Outdoor Air (OA) series of indoor split dedicated outdoor air system (DOAS) dehumidifiers features the refrigerant charge and easy installation in the HVAC industry. The dehumidifiers range in size from 6 to 30 tons and 1,000 to 6,000 cfm. The OA concept fits applications, such as variable refrigerant flow (VRF) and active chilled-beam designs, for indoor split systems treating outdoor air. Features include corrosion-resistant coils, electronically commutated (EC) motor/fans, and unit configurations that separate critical components/controls from the supply air stream. Additionally, the series features a Web browser-based software/hardware application that monitors and transmits 100+ operating parameters, including compressor pressures, from the onboard microprocessor controller to authorized smartphones or email.

Seresco

www.serescodehumidifiers.com



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