Heat Recovery Ventilator,120V,113 CFM
- Item # 23TD39
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # TR90
- Catalog Page # N/A
- UNSPSC # 40101501
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- Item Heat Recovery Ventilator
- Type Static Plate, Heat and Humidity Transfer
- Number of Speeds 1
- CFM @ 0.100-In. SP 113
- CFM @ 0.200-In. SP 98
- CFM @ 0.300-In. SP 85
- CFM @ 0.400-In. SP 73
- CFM @ 0.500-In. SP 58
- CFM @ 0.600-In. SP 40
- Efficiency 76%
- Voltage 120
- Hz 60
- Phase 1
- Max. Amps 0.35
- Sensible Effectiveness (@ 32 F) 72
- Total Recovery Efficiency (@ 95 F) 46
- Wiring Method Power Cord
- Motor Type Totally Enclosed Motorized Impellers
- Max. Inlet Temp. (Deg. F) 122
- Control Method Low Voltage
- Remote Control 6XAU2, 6XAU3, 6XAU4
- Height (In.) 23-3/4
- Width (In.) 12-1/2
- Length (In.) 22-1/2
- Number of Inlets 2
- Number of Outlets 2
- Remarks All Duct Connections are 6" and 8"
- Mounting Location Indoor
- Housing Material Painted Steel
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 10 yr.
- Agency Compliance UL, HVI
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
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