HVAC products

Make-up air unit, data center cooling solution and pressure sensor.

09/04/2007


Make-up air unit offers high-efficiency heat exchanger to bring inside fresh outdoor air while exhausting a similar amount of stale, polluted air. The air is exchanged while recovering significant heat energy from the exhaust air stream and transferring only the heat energy to the supply air, thus tempering incoming air. The unit is available in 10 different models with a range for operating flows and efficiencies. Applications include schools, airports and office buildings. For more information on E-Z-Aire and Munters Corporation, click here.

Data center cooling solution is available in a nominal 25 kW rating, in addition to its current 17 kW system. The system enclosure is ideal for integrated cooling capabilities in small to mid-size data centers that are less than 1,000 sq. ft. with eight or less racks. The cooling system improves cooling efficiency by as much as 30% compared to traditional room cooling systems. The system uses water to transport heat out of the enclosure. Server heat load is absorbed by the rack’s integrated cold water system through a high-efficiency air-to-water heat exchanger at the bottom of the rack. To learn more about Liebert XDK-W and Emerson Network Power, click here.

Pressure sensor operates on a regulated 5 DC volts power supply and provides amplified linear output. The low-range sensors are ideal for variable-air-volume systems, filter pressure monitoring, duct airflow, static pressure monitor, gaseous leak detection, pneumatic controls and medical equipment applications. To learn more about MEMS-based P992/P993 Low Range Differential Pressure Sensors and Kavlico, an operation of Schneider Electric, click here.





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