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Welcome to Greenheck's redesigned Engineering Newsletter. The new layout offers an easy, eye-catching format that showcases what's new, product highlights, project profiles, case studies and more.

In honor of Earth Day on April 22, this issue focuses on energy efficient, sustainable products.

Greenheck offers a complete line of energy recovery ventilators to reduce your building's tempering loads in all climates. From outdoor roof-mounted applications to indoor ceiling mounted units, Greenheck's preconditioners offer the installation flexibility for both new construction and retrofit opportunities.

Models ERVe, ERV and MiniVent incorporate innovative design features with varying levels of configurable options and energy wheel performances to provide a quality constructed unit with operational flexibility. The result is a product that will fit seamlessly into your building to improve your indoor air quality while saving energy and reducing costs.

IN THIS ISSUE:

Greenheck Energy Recovery Ventilators Save Energy and Reduce Costs

Greenheck Louvers Help Reduce Energy Consumption

Project Profile – Marlins Park

What's New – Redesigned Green Section on Greenheck.com

Did You Know?

Greenheck louvers help reduce energy consumption

Click here to see the entire Louver line up >

Greenheck louvers provide high free area and very low airflow resistance which improves fan efficiencies consequently, as a result reducing fan horsepower and energy consumption. Louvers also provide excellent defense against external weather and other undesirable external elements. When applied as a shading device, louvers may also aid in building climate control thereby reducing energy consumption.

Project Profile

Marlins Park
Miami, FL

America's top rated energy-efficient ball park as well as the first ballpark to earn LEED Gold Certification.

What's New

Greenheck has updated the Green section of our website making it easier for you to identify the Green (energy efficient/sustainable) products. Look for this logo located within the product model(s).

 

Did You Know?

The amount of sunlight that falls on the Earth's surface in one minute is sufficient to meet world energy demand for an entire year.

 

Volume 5, Issue 2, April 18, 2013
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