Ventilators Exceed 50 Percent Total Energy Recovery Effectiveness

Minicore energy recovery ventilators, from Ruskin, exceed 50 to 60 percent total energy recovery effectiveness with 0.5 percent cross-contamination.

Minicore energy recovery ventilators, from Ruskin, exceed 50 to 60 percent total energy recovery effectiveness with 0.5 percent cross-contamination.

Two Minicore energy recovery ventilators (ERVs) from Ruskin, enERVent models MCV500 and MCV1000, exceed 50 to 60 percent total energy recovery effectiveness with 0.5 percent cross-contamination. Both models feature a 16-inch chassis, ideal for ceilings and small spaces, and a hydroscopic resin energy recovery core with no moving parts for maintenance savings and comfort. The heat exchanger technology also exceeds ASHRAE 90.1 standards to accommodate future governmental regulations. The ERVs are also AHRI 1060-certified.

Both models span a range of airflow needs, from 300 to 1,200 CFM, and include Johnson Controls Metasys controls with BACnet as options. ECM options provide soft starts, overload and locked rotor protection, thermal projection and easy RPM adjustment. The ERVs also deliver improved indoor air quality and temperature and humidity levels while preventing the recirculation of odors and irritants. Mold and bacteria resistance is tested to ISO 846a and 846c, with a rating of zero for both.

The design of Ruskin Minicore ERVs ensures the effective transfer of heat or water vapor while blocking gases, contaminants, odors and VOCs. The design also features a patented water-washable polymer membrane and MAP gateway that enables performance tracking and adjustments via mobile devices or desktops.

To learn more about the Ruskin enERVent MCV500 and MCV1000 Minicore ERVs, visit the website.

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