Rooftop Ventilation Equipment Is Suited to Lower CFM Ranges and Smaller Footprints

Model RV-10 is the latest addition to Greenheck’s line of rooftop ventilation equipment for both partial recirculation and 100 percent outside air systems. Suitable for applications requiring a lower CFM range and a smaller footprint, model RV-10 offers airflows from 500 to 2,500 cfm, 3 to 7 tons of packaged DX cooling, and 75 to 200 mbh of indirect gas-fired heating. An electric heat option is also available.

Model RV-10 is the latest addition to Greenheck’s line of rooftop ventilation equipment for both partial recirculation and 100 percent outside air systems.

Featuring 2-inch double-wall construction and R13 foam insulation, the RV-10 includes a top-mounted condenser and an upgraded controls platform with a web user interface that comes as standard. The factory-programmed, wired, and tested controller can operate as a stand-alone unit or integrate with a Building Management System (BMS). Vertical or horizontal duct connections allow for flexible installation.

Model RV-10 also features an inverter compressor that provides precise temperature and humidity control at reduced sound levels and helps save energy by improving part load efficiency. Inverter compressors typically achieve 15-20 percent higher IEER compared to digital scroll compressors. Optional air cleaning technologies including Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization (NPBI) and UV Lights are also available.

Greenheck pre-engineered rooftop ventilator units are factory-tested and can be specified with a variety of options. Greenheck’s comprehensive line of DOAS units, including models from 500 to 18,000 cfm and 3 to 70 tons of packaged cooling, can meet a wide range of heating, cooling, dehumidification, and ventilation requirements.

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