- All Ventacity units can be equipped with the company’s Smart Building Gateway
- Additionally, the SBG connects with sensors to automatically detect and reduce unhealthy levels of CO2 or VOC
- Ventacity Systems HRVs and ERVs are easily installed on rooftops, outdoors or in mechanical rooms.
PORTLAND, OR — Ventacity Systems will exhibit its complete line of heat recovery ventilation (HRV) and energy recovery ventilation (ERV) solutions in booth No. C980 at the upcoming 2017 AHR Expo, January 30 to February 1 in Las Vegas.
Changing the landscape in dedicated outdoor air systems (DOAS), Ventacity is approaching the market in unique and groundbreaking ways, with sentient ventilation management solutions offering 24/7 intelligent on-demand operation.
All Ventacity units can be equipped with the company’s Smart Building Gateway (SBG) technology, providing secure, round-the-clock remote performance monitoring and fault alerts via an automatically configured mobile internet connection. With SBG, Ventacity units are able to independently monitor a variety of comfort-related conditions, including indoor/outdoor temperature, relative humidity, and occupancy status. Additionally, the SBG connects with sensors to automatically detect and reduce unhealthy levels of CO2 or volatile organic compounds (VOCs), to maintain a healthy indoor environment.
Re-engineering ventilation solutions in a way that promotes both health and efficiency, Ventacity has developed products that optimize building environments in a wide array of light commercial applications, including office buildings, retail, schools, restaurants and multi-family. At up to 93-percent efficiency, Ventacity HRVs and ERVs deliver fresh outdoor air within a comfortable few degrees of room temperature, reducing heating and cooling loads and HVACR equipment energy requirements by up to 50 percent.
Engineered to Passive House Institute U.S. (PHIUS) standards for a long life of high performance in harsh outdoor environments, Ventacity Systems HRVs and ERVs are easily installed on rooftops, outdoors or in mechanical rooms.