Packaged rooftop ventilation line

Greenheck's packaged rooftop ventilation line includes Model RV(E)-120, a pre-engineered system featuring increased performance capabilities for larger dedicated outdoor air systems, multi-zone VAV systems, and single-zone VAV systems.

06/09/2015


Greenheck's packaged rooftop ventilation line includes Model RV(E)-120, a pre-engineered system featuring increased performance capabilities for larger dedicated outdoor air systems, multi-zone VAV systems, and single-zone VAV systems.Greenheck's packaged rooftop ventilation line includes Model RV(E)-120, a pre-engineered system featuring increased performance capabilities for larger dedicated outdoor air systems, multi-zone VAV systems, and single-zone VAV systems. Model RV(E)-120 has a 2-in. R13 foam panel construction and thermally broken design. Low sound condenser fans are an average of 5 to 10 dB less than standard condensing fans for quieter operation, while dual supply and exhaust fans deliver improved performance as well as reduced unit electrical loads. Four independent cooling circuits allow for excellent cooling turndown and control. On indirect gas-fired furnaces, 10:1 modulating turndown is available for increased operating performance. With performance capacities up to 12,000 cfm, up to 45 tons of cooling, and up to 800 Mbh heating, Model RV(E)-120 meets the demands of today's heating, cooling, dehumidification, and ventilation requirements.

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