Energy recover ventilator

Greenheck Introduces Model ERCH-HP Energy Recovery Ventilator with Integral Water Source Heat Pump

08/12/2010


Greenheck’s Model ERCH-HP, a pre-engineered energy recovery ventilator incorporating an integral water source heat pump, provides an alternative for 100% outdoor air applications traditionally requiring custom-built equipment. The integral water source heat pump module is capable of conditioning outdoor air throughout the year as it includes both heating and cooling cycles, and coupling the heat pump with a total energy recovery wheel optimizes the unit efficiency. A dedicated outdoor air unit that provides ventilation for water source and geothermal applications, Model ERCH-HP features performance ranges from 1,000 to 10,000 cfm and 4 to 30 tons of mechanical cooling capacity. Model ERCH-HP is licensed to bear the AMCA Seal for Air Performance.



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