Carrier's 62E series are packaged energy recovery ventilation (ERV) units. The units save on both initial costs and operating costs by reducing rooftop unit cooling loads and by recovering energy from exhaust air to operate efficiently. The 62E ERVs may be used as stand-alone units or integrated as part of a heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system. Special transitions are available to allow a 62E ERC to be directly coupled to a wide range of Carrier packaged rooftop units.
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Carrier's heat recovery ventilator (HRV) and energy recovery ventilators (ERV) are designed to operate as an integral part of a total HVAC system while improving air quality. As the ventilators exhaust stale indoor air to the outside through the recovery core, fresh air drawn from outside is warmed or cooled by the energy present in the exhaust air. Excess wintertime humidity and indoor contaminants are flushed from the building by the HRV. The ERV removes moisture from the incoming humid air during cooling season while also diluting and flushing out stale, polluted air with operating efficiencies up to 84 percent.
Heat Recovery Ventilators
Energy Recovery Ventilators