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Greenheck ventilator blows fresh air indoors

April 2015

Greenheck, a leading manufacturer of air-movement and control equipment, has launched its new MiniCore energy recovery ventilator, which provides preconditioned fresh outdoor air for commercial applications ranging from 300 to 1,000 cfm (cubic feet per minute) utilising a total energy core.

Elaborating on energy core technology, a spokesman for the US-based company says: “The total energy core is constructed of a specially processed hydroscopic resin material layered in a cross-flow corrugated structure that separates the supply and exhaust air, ensuring only fresh air is introduced into the indoor space. Applying energy core technology to a building ventilation system reduces the building’s heating and cooling loads, which can lead to substantial energy savings.”

Designed for indoor installations, the MiniCore’s multiple mounting features (horizontal or vertical) and configurable intake and discharge connections simplify installation and easily integrate into various duct configurations.

AHRI (Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute)-certified and ETL-listed, the MiniCore is described as being  suitable for applications such as schools, dormitories, offices, nursing homes and locker rooms.

Greenheck is a worldwide leader in manufacturing and distributing air movement and control equipment. Its product portfolio includes fans, dampers, louvres, kitchen ventilation hoods, and energy recovery and make-up air units. Greenheck equipment is used in all types of commercial, institutional, and industrial buildings in applications ranging from comfort ventilation to manufacturing processes.

Its flagship ventilation products are typically found behind walls, in ductwork or on the roofs of hospitals, office buildings, hotels, shopping malls, restaurants, schools, industrial plants and other commercial buildings.

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