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HVAC Load Reduction Module Reduces Energy Consumption - enVerid Systems - Facility Management Product Release
enVerid Systems, developers of the proven, game-changing HLR solution to significantly reduce HVAC energy consumption, announced the availability of its next generation, “all season” system that reduces both cooling and heating energy consumption by 20-40 percent. Designed with the latest innovations in digital technology, advanced materials and thermo-mechanical design, the HLR 1000E has been optimized to achieve improved ROI for buildings in all climates. It is the first product offered in enVerid’s Series E family; future products will incorporate the same innovations for “all season” energy savings/indoor air quality.
“The new Series E product family builds on the success of enVerid’s earlier HLR models in providing building owners and managers with a practical, cost-effective, turn-key solution to reduce HVAC energy costs while maintaining indoor air quality,” says Udi Meirav, CEO, enVerid Systems. “With our next generation HLR 1000E, we are extending these benefits to building managers in all geographies and for all seasons. While our legacy products delivered impressive results for buildings in warm weather cities, we’re now excited to offer even better economics for the entire range of climates.”
Designed to Maximize Energy Efficiency A significant advancement in the HLR Series E is its integrated design that features patented “closed loop regeneration” technology. This enables the system to operate in both warm and cold climates while minimizing its energy requirements. Another technological enhancement included in the HLR 1000E module is its sensor technology. Designed by enVerid engineers, the new sensors boast improved accuracy, enabling superior control of air quality with minimal reliance on air replacement.
Readily Integrates with Buildings Worldwide; Real-time Monitoring of Savings and IAQ The HLR 1000E’s lower weight and compact form factor, along with its flexible voltage, enable it to be easily retrofitted to all types of buildings worldwide, offering simpler installation.
A newly redesigned control and communications system incorporates the latest advances in digital technology, including the use of BACNet protocol that interfaces with most building automation systems. The system features real-time access for users to monitor energy savings and indoor air quality. Enhancements in the new Series E include state-of-the-art cloud connectivity for advanced system control and operability.
About HLR The HLR module is a “smart scrubber" that replaces outdated, inefficient and costly ventilation methods with a practical, proven, energy-saving approach. Instead of continuously replacing indoor air with outside air to expel indoor-generated contaminants to manage indoor air quality (IAQ), the HLR module cleans the indoor air using patented reusable sorbents. By cleansing the indoor air, the HLR module minimizes the amount of outdoor air required to maintain IAQ, thereby reducing the load on the HVAC system and achieving double-digit energy savings.
As an inherently modular system, enVerid’s HLR module allows flexible retrofitting to virtually any existing building size, layout and air-handling design. Single HLR modules can be attached to individual zones or air handlers and, for larger installations, multiple HLR modules are networked to operate in tandem across various system configurations.
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