“It’s critical to have efficient and effective solutions that contractors and builders can rely on to fulfill the growing demand for Healthy Indoor Air.”
MADISON, Wis. (PRWEB) July 29, 2020
Aprilaire continues to lead the industry with high level performance improvements from key Indoor Air Quality solutions with the introduction of its new Power Ventilator.
The Model 8145 Power Ventilator provides HVAC contractors and builders with an effective, efficient system to deliver healthy, fresh air into customers' homes. The introduction rounds out the complete line of ventilation solutions as part of their Healthy Air System suite of whole home humidity, air filtration and ventilation control; critical elements as identified by The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) to delivering and maintaining healthy air in the home.
Contractors and homeowners will benefit from these quality features:
- Robust construction for long lasting durability
- MERV 6 filtration upgradeable to MERV 13
- Filter panel access for easier change outs
- Supply ventilation provides greater control and more energy efficient air exchanges
- Certified as ENERGY STAR ® Most Efficient 2020, which requires performance above the standard ENERGY STAR rating
- Code compliant with highly efficient yet affordable alternative to ERV technology
Additionally, Aprilaire has built-in features for the existing home market. Available retrofit kits provide complete intuitive installations to make ventilation applications extremely approachable in existing homes. With this application, Service and Replacement contractors will now be able to effectively and affordably help fulfill growing homeowner demand for fresh-air ventilation.
“The introduction of these improved ventilation solutions comes at the perfect time, as homeowner demand for healthier home environments continues to skyrocket,” stated Ashley Baker, Product Marketing Manager at Aprilaire. “It’s critical to have efficient and effective solutions that contractors and builders can rely on to fulfill this growing demand.”