1 Energy Recovery with Cooling and Heating Model ERCH. 100% Outdoor Air System Dedicated Outdoor Air System 1,000 - 10,000 cfm in. wg External Static Pressure Indirect Gas, Hot Water, Electric Heating , Water-Source Heat Pump Packaged DX (4-30 tons), Chilled Water, Split DX Cooling , Evaporative Cooling , Water-Source Heat Pump September 2016. Model ERCH. Product Overview Greenheck's model ERCH combines the benefits of the total Energy wheel with supplemental Cooling and/or Heating . The result is a product that is specifically designed to condition 100% outdoor air to desired supply conditions. Model ERCH offers a wide variety of configurable options from intake and discharge orientations to factory tested and proven control sequences.
2 This model is ideal for many different 100% outdoor air system applications. Model ERCH Features Up to 10,000 cfm and in. wg Cooling Options external static pressure - Integral air-cooled packaged DX. R410A refrigerant Double-wall construction Modulating hot gas reheat Blower vibration isolation Variable capacity compressors G90 galvanized exterior with paint 4 to 30 tons of Cooling capacity options - Split system DX coil Filter Options - Chilled water coil MERV 8 - Water-source heat pump MERV 13 - Evaporative cooler Combination MERV 8 and 13. Heating Options Controls Options Stand-alone microprocessor - Indirect gas furnace Stainless steel construction Network interface High turndown capacity (up to 16:1).
3 Optional fan control by microprocessor Power venting Additional monitoring points - Electric heat Downturn or louvered weatherhood SCR control Aluminum mesh filters Optional single-point power - Hot water coil - Water-source heat pump The Greenheck Advantage Greenheck takes pride in offering a high quality, reliable product. We invest our resources into designing, testing and manufacturing products to ensure customer satisfaction. Quality and Consistency Extensive Testing and Industry Certi cation Greenheck's manufacturing facilities utilize ETL Listed for electrical and overall unit safety. an efficient, automated manufacturing Every unit is tested at the factory before it is process that maintains Greenheck's shipped to the jobsite.
4 Consistent high standard of quality. AHRI Certi ed coils in acordance with AHRI Standard 410. To guarantee your coil is going to perform as required, check for AHRI Certi cation. Energy Recovery wheels are certi ed by the AHRI Air-to- Air Energy Recovery Ventilation Equipment Certi cation Program in accordance with AHRI Standard 1060. Actual performance in packaged equipment may vary. Certi ed ratings are available in the Certi ed Product Directory at 2. Typical Applications 100% Outdoor Air System SUPPLY AIR. Single-zone applications often require large amounts of outside air to satisfy ventilation Supply Heating Cooling Energy Fan Coil Coil Wheel requirements.
5 Model ERCH is a 100% outside LARGE SPACE. OUTDOOR. air unit designed to condition the outdoor air AIR. 72 F. loads imposed on these systems. with total Energy Recovery , high capacity Heating and 65%. Cooling options, and optional pre-programmed Exhaust Fan microprocessor control, this unit can efficiently maintain space temperature and humidity. EXHAUST. AIR. Dedicated Outdoor Air System RELIEF AIR. A dedicated outdoor air system (DOAS) is a multiple zone application often utilized in schools, offices, and dormitories. These systems incorporate a dedicated outdoor air unit that handles 100% outside air and terminal units at each space.
6 The outdoor air unit handles the latent load, or dehumidification of the outdoor air, and the terminal units handle the sensible load, or the temperature in their respective space. The separation of the load components allows for much better humidity control and for more accurate verification that the ventilation requirements are met for each space. Greenheck's model ERCH has the versatility and capability to serve as an exceptional dedicated outdoor air unit. SUPPLY AIR. Supply Heating Cooling Energy Fan Coil Coil Wheel AIR HANDLING. UNIT (AHU) CLASSROOM AHU CLASSROOM OUTDOOR. OU. AIR. Cooling 72 F 72 F. Coil Heating Coil ZONE 1 ZONE 2.
7 EXHAUST AIR Exhaust Fan EXHAUST. RETURNING AIR RESTROOM AIR. RELIEF AIR. Unit Features System Benefits Reduced Heating and Cooling Total Energy Recovery loads and operating costs Optional reheat Superior humidity control Typical Applications for Energy Recovery Tested and proven unit Factory-written control performance in various Animal Shelters Bars and Clubs sequences applications Churches Dormitories Building Management System Integrates to BACnet Locker Rooms Nursing Homes monitoring and control MS/TP or IP, LonWorks or integration capabilities Modbus RTU protocols Of ce Buildings Printing Shops Restaurants Schools Various duct connection Configuration flexibility capabilities simplifying Function Halls Veterinary Hospitals installation Accurate temperature control Optional high turndown and decreased furnace indirect gas furnace cycling 3.
8 Energy Recovery How does Energy Recovery work? Energy Recovery is the process through which Energy is transferred between the conditioned return air from the space and the fresh outdoor air which imposes the load on the equipment. This is done by rotating an Energy wheel between the two airstreams. All Energy wheels include: Polymer heat transfer media for sensible Energy transfer Silica gel desiccant permanently bonded to polymer media for latent Energy transfer Removable segments for ease of maintenance Five-year manufacturer's warranty Return Air Return Air 75 F 72 F. 50% RH 35% RH. Exhaust Air Exhaust Air Supply Air Supply Air Outdoor Air 79 F Outdoor Air 60 F.
9 95 F 75 grains/lb. 10 F 39 grains/lb. 117 grains/lb. 5 grains/lb. Summer Operation Winter Operation Why use Energy Recovery ? A 100% outdoor air unit's primary responsibility is to dehumidify the incoming air, however, it inherently handles large Heating and Cooling loads in the process. The addition of Energy Recovery significantly reduces the size of the equipment required to sufficiently condition this air. ASHRAE requires the use of Energy Recovery based upon a unit's supply airflow, outdoor air percentage, and geographic location. The standard mandates the total effectiveness (sensible and latent) be a minimum of 50% when required.
10 The effectiveness of Energy Recovery devices varies depending on the device type, material, and airflow balance. This value is determined based on the test procedure outlined in the Air-Conditioning, Heating , and Refrigeration Institution (AHRI). Standard 1060. Percentage of Outdoor Air at Full Design Airflow Rate (cfm). Zone 30% 40% 40% 50% 50% 60% 60% 70% 70% 80% 80%. Design Supply Fan Airflow Rate (cfm). 3B, 3C, 4B, 4C, 5B NR NR NR NR 5,000 5,000. 1B, 2B, 5C NR NR 26,000 12,000 5,000 4,000. 6B 11,000 5,500 4,500 3,500 2,500 1,500. 1A, 2A, 3A, 4A, 5A, 6A 5,500 4,500 3,500 2,000 1,000 0. 7, 8 2,500 1,000 0 0 0 0. NR = Not recommended 4.