Energy recovery unit

The Munters Micro-Z packaged air-to-air sensible energy recovery unit can deliver fresh outdoor air needed for ventilation.

03/30/2011


Munters released the Micro-Z, a packaged air-to-air sensible energy recovery unit designed for commercial applications. The unit is available in three standard models and four or five sizes (depending upon model). They are designed to handle airflows of 600 to 5,500 cfm at a nominal efficiency of 60%.  Micro-Z can deliver the fresh outdoor air that is required for ventilation. The Z-Duct plate-type sensible heat exchanger transfers heat energy from the exhaust airstream to the supply airstream, providing energy savings.



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