Venmar CES’s larger Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRVs) from 2,500 to 11,500 cfm, offer everything you would expect in a standard heat recovery ventilator, but incorporate some high end features that allow this product to compete favourably against what would otherwise be a custom product.
The larger Heat Recovery Ventilators are also manufactured with a high performance fixed plate exchanger, certified to AHRI Standard 1060. By default, HRV units feature a passive, sensible heat recovery device that is low maintenance, extremely corrosion resistant and with high sensible effectiveness. And similarly, for applications that require both sensible and latent energy transfer (but with a static device), an optional membrane plate, total energy recovery device that recovers both sensible and latent energy, can be selected. An important note for these larger units: The membrane core can handle up to 5-inches of differential static pressure (unheard of in normal light commercial applications).
In addition, Venmar CES Heat Recovery Ventilators in this category feature a number of high end features that make it extremely attractive and competitive in the custom commercial and air handling markets.
A variety of post conditioning technologies are available, such as hot water, steam or electric heat, and chilled water or (split) Dx for cooling.
The cabinet is fabricated from a robust double wall, no-through-metal cabinet and thermally broken doors as standard along with an Impermium™ membrane floor that provides a non-slip air and water-tight barrier which eliminates the need for tread plate floors. Furthermore, for additional corrosion resistance, the entire interior surface can be coated with a phenolic coating for superior durability making it ideal for seacoast and pool/natatorium applications. The package can be further rounded out with optional EPiC™ System DDC Controls and up to MERV 17 filters on the supply and return.
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HRV (2,500 to 11,500 cfm)
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