Energy-recovery ventilator

Greenheck’s Model ECV energy-recovery ventilator uses a total energy core to provide preconditioned outdoor air.

08/18/2015


Greenheck’s Model ECV energy-recovery ventilator uses a total energy core to provide preconditioned outdoor air. Courtesy: GreenheckGreenheck's Model ECV energy-recovery ventilator uses a total energy core to provide preconditioned outdoor air for commercial and institutional applications ranging from 500 cfm to 1,000 cfm. Applying energy core technology to a building's ventilation system reduces the building's heating and cooling loads. The hinged doors provide easy maintenance access to the unit's internal components and control center. Optional controls include a bypass damper, building management system (BMS) communication, and Vari-Greenmotors. The ventilator is AHRI-certified and ETL-listed and is available with indoor and outdoor mounting configurations for applications such as office buildings, schools, hospitals, churches, and nursing homes.

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