This unit and four others where built for an Independent Living Facility in Vermont. It was designed for indoor installation with certain space restraints. The horizontal supply airflow and vertical exhaust airflow allow the heat exchanger to lay flat inside the cabinet, reducing unit size. Since the exhaust air travels straight up through the Model XLTâ„¢ exchanger, condensation can drain straight down. A drain pan can then be located below the unit in the floor or ductwork, ensuring that water never collects inside the unit. Since the exhaust air flow rate was greater than the supply, the exchanger operated at a high efficiencyâ€"up to 71% in the winter. This takes a large portion of the heating load off the hot watercoil and cuts building operation cost.
|Product Category||Heat and Energy Recovery Systems|
|Product Name||Energy Recovery Custom Designed for Indoor Spaces|