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Total Energy Recovery Even for Small Jobs

XeteX total energy recovery units use heavy-duty, 10” thick heat wheels to achieve very highly effective recovery of both heat and moisture. But these big heat wheels are not limited to just big jobs. This total energy recovery unit was built for a small school addition, keeping indoor air dry in the summer and comfortable in the winter. Even at this scale it remains costeffective— cutting energy bills, saving the school money, and improving indoor air quality.

Performance Specification

  • Model: AHS–1300–RT
  • Supply cfm: 2,710
  • Exhaust cfm: 2,710
  • Built: March 2005
  • Weight: 2,500 lbs
  • Energy Recovered: 191 MBH (Winter), 62 MBH (Summer)
  • Design Conditions: –6 °F / 90% RH (Winter), 87 °F / 46% RH (Summer)

Unit Features

  • AIRotor Series–R, RXA 1300 Hygroscopic Rotary Total Energy Recovery Exchanger
  • 2” MERV 8 (30/30) Outside Air and Return Air Filters
  • Forward curved, DWDI, belt driven by NEMA Frame ODP, High Efficiency, Isolated Motors
  • Outside Air Shut-Off and Exhaust Air Backdraft Dampers
  • Heavy Duty 18 ga Enamel Painted Galvanized Steel Cabinet with Double Wall Access Panels, 1” Thick
    Fiberglass Insulated; with Welded Steel Frame and Lifting Lugs
  • Frost Control, Economizer, and Seasonal Changeover
  • Complete with Motor Starters and Breakers; Disconnects; Fused Branch Circuits; and Single Point Power Connection
  • Configured for Outdoor, Rooftop installation with Roof Curb, Slopped Cabinet Roof with Capped Seams, and
    Intake and Exhaust Hoods

The XeteX unit featured on this page was built for an actual application. It is provided here to show our capability.

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