1. Totally Fresh air indoor unit:

This unit is frequently used to manage the fresh air to a certain condition before it is distributed into the building. It is the ideal solution for schools, hospitals, offices and buildings that require fresh air ventilation in limited quantities.

  • Install with Other Indoor Units Together
  • Static Pressure 100Pa
  • Operation Range -5~43 ℃
  • Installed Capacity Must Less Than 30% of Outdoor Units
  • 3 Models Ranging from 14kW to 28k

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2. Heat Recovery Ventilator:

A heat recovery ventilator system (HRV) is ideal for homes located in colder climates, where there is excess moisture during heating season, since the unit allows to get rid of it.

A HRV system supplies continuous fresh air from outside in the house. The heat recovery core of the unit transfers a portion of heat in the stale air being exhausted to the fresh incoming air from outside before being distributed throughout the house.  The result is a continuous supply of fresh air, without unpleasant drafts, and increased comfort for the home occupants.

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3. AHU Connection Kit:

New AHU Kits connect VRF system to air handling unit systems, using the same refrigerant circuit as the VRF system.

Large connectivity possibilities mean the YORK AHU Kit can be easily integrated.

Application: Hotels, offices, server rooms or all large buildings where air quality control such as humidity control and fresh air and is needed.

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