Energy recovery system

SEMCO introduces the eQ Series, an outdoor air energy recovery system.

03/08/2013


eQ Series, SEMCO, LLCSEMCO introduces the eQ Series, an outdoor air energy recovery system under 15,000 cfm for schools, offices, hotels, and other commercial applications that are 50,000 sq ft or less. Due to a unique on-board microprocessor and premium 3 angstrom molecular enthalpy wheel technology, the series’ eight sizes provide operational savings, pinpoint indoor air quality (IAQ) control, and energy efficiency. The series monitors outdoor temperature and dew point to determine whether the eQ Series’ enthalpy-based economizer cycle activates both moisture removal and reheating modes. The series’ 3A molecular sieve enthalpy wheel quickly absorbs exhaust air moisture, but not contaminants that can pollute incoming outdoor air and degenerate IAQ. 

SEMCO, LLC

www.semcohvac.com



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