Rooftop unit

Advantix Systems’ DuTreat Roof HVAC system is a single-pieice unit that utilizes liquid desiccant technology.

04/08/2013


DuTreat Roof HVAC system by Advantix SystemsAdvantix Systems’ DuTreat Roof HVAC system utilizes liquid desiccant technology. The system is a single-piece unit that operates using electricity alone and requires minimal installation. It also cleans air and eliminates odors without disposable filters in each pass (80% removal of particulates/91% of airborne microorganisms). It controls temperature and humidity independently for any sensible heat ratio largest packaged unit of liquid desiccant technology. It is field convertible for vertical/horizontal airflow configurations. Other features include corrosion-resistant wetted components, a variable capacity digital scroll compressor, and direct drive, belt-free fans.

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