With S&P’s TRC (total recovery for commercial applications) Series for all climates, stale room air is exhausted, and the fresh outdoor air is brought back into the building. With this line of ERVs (Energy Recovery Ventilators) these two air streams are directed through a highly developed “air-to-air” energy exchange core. The air streams are physically separated by many layers of “plates” so there is no mixing or contamination of the fresh air. The plates are made of an engineered “resin” material that simultaneously transfers heat by conduction and humidity by attracting and moving water vapor from one air stream to the other.
S&P’s TRCs moderate extremes in both temperature and humidity, creating a comfortable indoor environment. The unique moisture transfer capability of the S&P core also eliminates condensation and frost build up in most applications. Unlike other ERVs on the market no mechanical or electrical defrost systems are needed, which means higher heat recovery efficiencies, easier installation and more reliable operation.