Product Tags: HVAC: Heating Ventilation & AC, Indoor Air Quality,
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Additional Information and Specifications: “From Small Light Industrial To Large Scale Commercial, we have an ERV Solution To Meet Your Needs. ConsERV™ provides a complete solution to meet your requirements – ranging from 50 cfm to 11,000 cfm in packaged units and custom packages available up to 35,000 cfm. ConsERV is the industry’s best performing fixed plate ERV as determined by our growing list of customers, and independent industry validation.
Rooftop with Fans
350 cfm to 11,000 cfm rooftop fanned units with *options that can run independent or connected to all air handlers.
Indoor with Fans
350 cfm to 11,000 cfm indoor fanned units configured with *options to connect to all air handlers.
*Options include VFDs, pre-heat, motorized dampers, gravity dampers, temperature control, occupancy control, dirty filter sensor, air flow monitoring and more.
Smallest ERV Footprint,Great for Renovation,Fits most equipment rooms,
Indoor without Fans
A complete line of non-fanned units can be integrated into projects with existing fan capacity. Units can be stacked to provide more than 28,800 cfm if required. These have the smallest ERV footprint and are great for renovation projects as they can easily fit in most existing equipment rooms.
Larger system requirements are addressed with multiple systems, or the integration of ConsERV cores (orcore cassettes) into custom built enclosures to meet these special project needs. Please contact us to discuss your project requirements.
Why use an ERV?
Reduces energy costs and CO2 emissions. Excellent return on investment.
Saves capital costs. Reduces required AC size and load.
No moving parts. A continuous stream of incoming fresh air is created using exhaust air.
Low maintenance. Simple periodic filter cleaning and replacement is all that is required.
Improves Indoor Air Quality. An EPA study shows an ERV lowers triggers for allergies, asthma & mold.
No condensation pan. Air is treated in its vapor state before it has a chance to create damp conditions that encourage mold and mildew.
An ERV is required by code in many states (ASHRAE & IBC).
Qualifies for local Utility rebates in many areas.
Qualifies for LEED points.”