Rooftop ventilation system

Modine Manufacturing’s Atherion is a 15- to 30-ton packaged rooftop ventilation system designed to meet ASHRAE 189.1 and 62.1 standards for efficiency and indoor air quality.

04/10/2012


AtherionModine Manufacturing’s Atherion is a 15- to 30-ton packaged rooftop ventilation system designed to meet ASHRAE 189.1 and 62.1 standards for efficiency and indoor air quality. This stainless steel primary heat exchanger offers a maximum of 8,700 cfm outdoor air, low static pressure, a built-in air bypass, optional preheat for frost control, and a gas heating option using Modine’s Conservicore Technology. This unit is factory designed, programmed, and installed with the Modine control system, supplying interoperability with network communications. An optional energy recovery module uses the waste energy from the building to temper the incoming load while delivering 100% outside air.



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