ERVs Meet Ventilation Requirements, Improve Indoor Air Quality

Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US (METUS) has introduced Lossnay RVX2, the next generation of Lossnay Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) units helping building owners, engineers and architects meet ventilation requirements and improve indoor air quality.

The Lossnay RVX2 ERV from Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US provides greater static pressure, features a new CO2 sensor and a new remote controller enabling airflow adjustment.

High-performance Lossnay RVX2 ERV units improve comfort and efficiency by repurposing heat from exhaust air stream to condition filtered outdoor air supplied for ventilation. Designed to save energy in commercial and light commercial settings, Lossnay is a total heat exchange ventilation system with a low-maintenance cross-flow energy-exchange core made of a specially treated, cellulose-fiber membrane for temperature (sensible heat) and humidity (latent heat) exchanges.

Lossnay RVX2 helps building owners, engineers and architects improve indoor air quality and ventilation while satisfying new and evolving efficiency requirements.

The optional CO2 sensor can help building owners and operators improve indoor air quality and save energy. In combination with the new remote controller, Lossnay RVX2 can automatically adjust fan speed between 25 and 100 percent depending on COconcentration. In compliance with energy codes in many states, Lossnay RVX2 features a high-efficiency DC motor requiring less than 1 W/CFM at all fan speeds. For versatility in application options, the units are available in 300, 380, 470, 600, 940 and 1200 CFM airflow volumes. All units come equipped with a MERV 7 filter as standard; optional MERV 14 and MERV 16 filters are available. The Lossnay RVX2 fan speed can be adjusted between 25 and 100 percent in 5 percent increments. Lossnay RVX2 ERVs are compatible with CITY MULTI R2-Series and Y-Series VRF systems as well as Mitsubishi Electric S-Series and P-Series indoor units. 

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