The humidity control unit (HCU) provides the most economical way to bring make-up air into a space and control temperature and humidity simultaneously, the company states. The company's HCU removes humidity from building make-up air using a desiccant rotor. According to the company, the rotor is regenerated using recycled heat from cooling components, providing dry air to the air conditioning system. The HCU-3000 conditions up to 3,400 cfm of make-up air and can be operated in night setback recirculation mode. It recycles waste energy from cooling components to provide a cost-effective and energy-efficient way to control humidity and temperature, says the manufacturer. The system can work alone or in conjunction with existing air conditioning or energy recovery ventilator units.
Munters Corp., 16900 Jordan Rd., Selma, TX 78154; 800-229-8557; www.munters.us.