Energy Recovery units offer the ability to recover energy contained in normally exhausted building or space air that would typically be exhausted and use it to treat (precondition) the incoming outdoor air. In warm seasons, the system pre-cools and dehumidifies the outdoor air. In cooler seasons, the recovered energy is used to humidify and pre-heat the outdoor air. Energy recovery ventilation units, like our other ClimateCraft air handlers, are designed and built with a 40-year lifespan in mind.
Industry Standards Compliance
ClimateCraft air handlers are designed in compliance with key industry standards.
Installation Operation and Maintenance Manual
Energy recovery ventilation air handling units use building energy that would otherwise be exhausted to pre-heat or pre-cool incoming air, as well as manage humidity. Using energy recovery ventilation air handling units can help reduce operating costs and provide a method of meeting building codes that require energy recovery in certain applications.