Adding Energy Recovery To An Existing System

Although all XeteX units can be supplied with heaters, coils, blowers, advanced controls, and many other options, some systems require energy recovery and nothing else. Such units consist of a flat plate heat exchanger and a simple control system. They can be installed in ductwork or can be added as a module to pre-existing HVAC equipment. It’s a simple solution that allows energy recovery to be incorporated into any ventilation system.

Performance Specification

  • Model: XC–40–48–BP–RT
  • Supply cfm: 6,270
  • Exhaust cfm: 6,370
  • Built: March 2005
  • Weight: 1,500 lbs
  • Energy Recovered: 267 MBH (Winter) 88 MBH (Summer)
  • Design Conditions: 11 °F / 62% RH (Winter) 94 °F / 39% RH (Summer)

Unit Features

  • XLT–40–48 Aluminum, Flat Plate Heat Exchanger
  • 2" MERV 8 (30/30) Outside Air and Return Air Filters
  • Heavy Duty Double Wall (18 ga / 22 ga) Galvanized and Return Air Filters
    Steel Cabinet, 1" thick Fiberglass Insulation
  • Configured for Indoor installation
  • Complete with Disconnect and Single Point Power Connection
  • Face-and-Bypass Damper
  • Galvanized Steel Drain Pan
  • Frost Control and Warm Weather Economizer

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