Super Efficient Energy Recovery for School Ventilation
This unit and two similar ones were built to control humidity in a locker room, restroom, and janitorial room for a school in Maine. The compact design allowed them to all be easily fit into very small mechanical rooms. The prepackaged controls and electrical equipment were designed to use standard 120 V power, making it plug-in-ready on delivery. During winter, the flat plate heat exchanger is able to recover 62% of the energy in the leaving exhaust air, making it as economical in operation as it is in initial investment.
- Model: HX–1200
- Supply cfm: 850
- Exhaust cfm: 850
- Built: September 2008
- Weight: 185 lbs
- Energy Recovered: 43 MBH (Winter) 8 MBH (Summer)
- Design Conditions: –7 °F / 54% RH (Winter) 88 °F / 44% RH (Summer)
- Polypropylene flat plate exchanger recovers 43 MBH of heat in winter design conditions.
- Heavy Duty aluminum case has 20 gauge panels, large access doors, and 1” thick fiberglass insulation.
- Forward curved, DWDI supply and exhaust air blowers have three speed, high efficiency, direct drive motors.
- High Efficiency SA and RA filters
- SA fan cycle frost control
The XeteX unit featured on this page was built for an actual application. It is provided here to show our capability.