The company is featuring an energy recovery ventilator (ERV) option for its RE Series rooftop water source heat pump (WSHP). The ERV uses a desiccant wheel coated with silica gel to recover energy from exhausted air, and transfer energy to the fresh air entering the building.
ClimateMaster is introducing a commercial version of its Tranquility27 Series packaged WSHP. The two-stage Copeland Ultra-Tech scroll compressor and General Electric variable speed (ICM) fan motor, coupled with EarthPure (R-410A) refrigerant, results in EERs up to 27 Btuh/Watt (7.91 Watt/Watt) for ground loop applications, and up to 18.5 Btuh/Watt (5.42 Watts/Watt) for water loop (boiler/tower) applications, says the company.
The company is also introducing a single speed version of the Tranquility27. It offers EERs up to 20.2 Btuh/Watt (5.92 Watts/Watt) for ground loop applications and up to 17.6 Btuh/Watt (5.16 Watts/Watt) for water loop (boiler/tower) applications.
And ClimateMaster is adding a modulating reheat option to its Genesis (GCV) and Genesis Large (GLV) vertical series equipment, using a new patent pending method of reheating the air.