Reznor moves into packaged HVAC equipment

Published:  03 June, 2015

air conditioning, Reznor, packaged HVAC

Reznor has launched its first packaged HVAC set. The P125 packaged unit provides heating, cooling and ventilation for commercial and industrial applications. It is a complete standalone solution that provides energy-efficient cooling and heating with the ability to supply fresh air and extract air.

Applications include restaurants, cinemas, events centres, showrooms exhibition centres and shopping centres — as well as distribution centres, warehouses and high-tech production facilities.

Features include modulating heating and cooling to provide accurate and proportional temperature control and variable-speed fans to balance airflow. There are heat-recovery options with high-efficiency thermal wheel and dehumidifying pumps.

There are three models with varying fresh-air capabilities — 0 to 30%, 30 to 70% and 70 to 100%.

Controlling the fresh air can provide free cooling to reduce the energy used by the digital scroll compressor, which can modulate down to 10% of full load.

All models have a variable-air-volume plug fan that reduces fan power for demand-controlled ventilation.

A thermal wheel is available on all models. Gas input can be modulated down to 0%.

For more information on this story, click here: June 2015, 82

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