HPT Announces the Launch of a New Energy Recovery Product
The HRM-V™ Split Passive Recovery with Dynamic Seasonal Offset (DSO™)
HPT is proud to add another product to our split passive HRM-V™ line. This new product is intended to optimize the performance of systems where supply and exhaust air streams are separated by a certain distance and on the same level.
The remarkable design of this new HRM-V™ product, optimizes energy recovery performance 20 to 35% over older side-by-side (no offset) designs, and attain equal amounts of recovery for both heating and cooling. Optimized performance is achieved by using integral face dampers to direct flow through sections of the heat pipes to create an offset effect, thus enhancing performance. The dampers are controlled from a single heating/cooling changeover signal that always keeps the condenser side (colder air stream) of the heat pipes higher than the evaporator.
Moreover, and an industry first, HPT has acquired certification to AHRI standard 1060 for this product and the rest of our HRM-V™ split passive line as well as ETL listing to UL standard 207.
If you have any questions about the above, or want a copy of our Application Paper on this new product, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Upcoming Split Passive Energy Recovery Webinar
HPT will be hosting a 1-hour webinar on Split Passive Energy Recovery Heat Pipe Systems.
Presenter: Mazen Awad, Senior V.P., Sales & Marketing
Date: Thursday, July 19, at 2 pm EST.
In this webinar we will cover:
- Overview of current designs and configurations
- Split passive energy recovery heat pipes - new design guidelines with higher performance
- The new Dynamic Seasonal Offset (DSO™) Configuration
- Split Passive Heat Pipes Vs Glycol Systems
Who should attend
- Design engineers
- OEM applications engineers
- Energy engineers at hospitals, educational facilities, hotels and labs.
A Certificate of Attendance is offered upon request.
We hope to see you all at the webinar.
HPT's Wrap-Around Heat Pipes Help Meet Florida Building Code for Two 100% OAHU in South Florida
In a series of A/C unit retrofits in South Florida, HPT recently retrofitted two 70 ton 100% OAHU with wrap-around heat pipes at our manufacturing facility in Tampa FL. The rooftop units service a luxurious high-rise apartment building located in South Florida. Florida building code requires energy recovery effectiveness of 50% or higher in compliance with ASHRAE Std. 90.1, but makes an exception for wrap around heat pipes which can be applied at lower effectiveness values. Wrap-around heat pipes precool the air upstream of the CC and reuse the heat captured in the precooling process as free reheat downstream of the CC.
For this installation, HPT retrofitted each 12,000 CFM rooftop unit with a 1-row wrap-around heat pipe system. Although a minimum 1-row system, the heat pipe brought the OA temperature down from 91°F db / 78°F wb to 85°F db / 76°F wb in a typical design day while removing 79,415 Btu/hr of the load of the CC. This reduced the cooling load of the HVAC equipment by 8% and provided 79,415 Btu/hr of reheat.
New Product Features and Updates in SelectPlus™
HPT recently hosted a training webinar on SelectPlus™ Design Software, which focused on new updates for the Wrap-Around (DHP) and Energy Recovery (HRM) products.
In the webinar, the following topics where covered:
What is the new optimized DHP
New HRM and DHP design changes and updated parameters
Selection examples of each model
Other helpful tips and shortcuts
July 2018 - In This Issue:
HPT Introduces a New Split-Passive Energy Recovery Product With A Dynamic Sesonal Offset for Year Round Savings
HPT Annouces a New Webinar on Split Passive Energy Recovery
See How Wrap-Around Heat Pipes Help Meet Florida Building Code for Energy Recovery
Learn How to Use New Product Features and Updates in SelectPlus
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