Rooftop ventilation line

Greenheck introduces energy-efficient rooftop ventilation line.

06/23/2017


The system has performance capacities up to 13,500 cfm, up to 45 tons of cooling and 800 Mbh heating. Courtesy: GreenheckGreenheck has introduced an energy-efficient rooftop ventilation line. The company now offers 2-inch R13 foam insulation as a standard offering on its Model RV and RVE pre-engineered packaged rooftop outdoor air systems. The newly designed units expand overall performance by 25% versus the previous generation.

Greenheck pre-engineered rooftop units are specifically designed for outdoor air applications. They can be used in schools, offices and government buildings. All units are factory-tested and can be specified with a variety of options. With performance capacities up to 13,500 cfm, up to 45 tons of cooling and 800 Mbh heating, Greenheck’s Model RV and RVE meet the demands of today’s heating, cooling, dehumidification and ventilation requirements.

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