Model ERV packages a total enthalpy wheel with exhaust and supply blowers, motor starters, and a control transformer pre-wired at the factory. An inline arrangement for interior installations as well as three exterior mounting arrangements are available. These arrangements enable the consulting engineer greater flexibility for designing energy recovery into the HVAC system.
Energy recovery ventilator is specifically designed for outdoor installations. The weather-resistant Model ERVe features a pitched roof and drainable base for better protection against water penetration. In addition to its one-inch double-wall construction and hinged access panels other features include optimized blower performance for each housing size and multiple energy wheel options for selections based on horsepower, efficiency or recovered energy ratio (RER). Performance ranges from 1,000 to 6,000 cfm
Model ERV: Interior Installation
Direct and belt drive models are available for interior mounting. This compact design is ideal for the space limitations that routinely complicate interior installations.
Model ERV: Exterior Installation
Direct and belt drive models are available for exterior installations. Where roof mount or pad mount installations are preferred, these arrangements provide the flexibility to simplify system design and installation. Intake and exhaust hoods are standard. The housing and hood design minimize re-entrainment of exhaust air.
MiniVent-450 & MiniVent-750
Direct drive models are available for interior mounting. This compact design is ideal for the space limitations that routinely complicate interior installations.
Energy recovery ventilator utilizes an air-to-air total energy core. Designed for indoor and outdoor installations, the Model ECV has optional hinged doors to provide maintenance access to the unit’s internal components and control center. Optional control features such as bypass damper for economizer, BMS communication and Vari-Green® motors available. Performance range from 500 to 1000 cfm.
Energy recovery ventilator utilizes a total energy core, direct-drive fan, Vari-Green® motors. Designed for indoor installations, the MiniCore unit can be hung in any orientation and features configurable intake and discharge connections. Performance range from 300 to 1000 cfm.
Energy recovery ventilator utilizes an air-to-air, aluminum plate heat exchanger to transfer (heat) energy form the exhaust airstream to the supply airstream. Features for the PVe include; weather resistant housing, 1-inch double wall construction, stainless steel condensate drain pan, lift off doors, belt drive, quiet operating forward curved blowers and much more. The PVe has very low leakage rates allowing it to be used in light industrial application as well as common energy recovery application. Performance ranges from 1,000 to 6,000 cfm up to 2 inches of water gauge
- Model ERV (#476412 IOM)
- Model ERVe (#473007 IOM)
- Model MiniCore (#479677)
- Model MiniVent (#459023 IOM)
- Model PVe (#472846 IOM)
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- The Importance of ARI Certification
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AMCA and ETL Certifications
Greenheck's Energy Recovery products are AMCA Licensed for Air Performance and ETL Listed. Click on the links below for a listing of AMCA Licensed and ETL Listed products.
AMCA Licensed Products
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To guarantee your customers are getting the performance they request, check for ARI Certification. ARI Certified products are tested for energy transfer effectiveness (sensible, latent, and total), cross leakage, and pressure drop. If a manufacturer states that their products are tested "in accordance with" ARI Standards that DOES NOT mean they are certified. To be certified, products must be tested by ARI and have annual check tests.
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A psychometric chart is a design tool to graph a building's HVAC thermodynamic air conditions and processes. Properties displayed on a chart include dry-bulb temperatures, wet-bulb temperatures, dew point temperatures, relative humidity, humidity ratio, specific volume, and enthalpy. A link is provided to a downloadable software program that allows the user to electronically plot conditions on a psychrometric chart. This program version permits the user to enter state points and graph the air conditioning process, while also calculating additional air properties.
Click here to download the psychrometric charting software.
Help Text for Standard Version of Psychrometric Chart
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