Rooftop ventilation unit

The Atherion commercial packaged ventilation unit is offered by Modine Manufacturing Co.

01/06/2012


Modine Manufacturing Co. has introduced its 15- to 30-ton commercial packaged ventilation system, the Atherion. All units are designed to meet ASHRAE 189.1 and 62.1 standards for efficiency and IAQ and feature optional high-efficiency gas heating. The Atherion has been engineered inside and out for ease of installation and maintenance, energy efficiency, and durability to provide the market with a fresh-air solution for dehumidification and ventilation needs. The new rooftop unit brings tempered outside air into a facility, regardless of geographic location. Additionally, the advanced energy recovery module option makes the Atherion a high-efficiency, 100% dedicated outside air unit.

www.modinehvac.com/atherion



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