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Air handling units: VTS America

February 10, 2014
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Ventus-021014-body.jpgVTS America has rolled out its Ventus “Born in the U.S.A.” line of air handling units. The company’s product line has been engineered specifically for North American applications in a range of markets, including healthcare facilities, office buildings, schools, and retail environments. The unit’s frameless casing panels are comprised of polyurethane foam with double-side zinc-coated steel sheets, which the company says significantly increases the unit’s rigidity while protecting it from corrosion. This frameless casing structure additionally allows the unit to operate in a range of climates and in temperatures ranging from -40?F to 150?F. In addition, to improve the Ventus Born in USA unit’s hygienic aspects, all compartments where condensate typically forms are made of stainless steel.

Ready-to-install with factory-mounted controls and end devices, Ventus Born in the USA AHUs are available in horizontal and vertical configurations, and in 800 to 8,500 nominal CFM capacities. A tailor-made air discharge configuration permits easy and fast duct connections. 

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