Air Innovations will be featuring its new Specialty Environment HVAC Systems at the AHR EXPO at McCormick Place in Chicago Jan. 26th – 29th, booth 6819. The SPLIT and PACK Series are engineered specifically to meet the needs of niche applications including wine cellars, cheese-aging rooms, computer server rooms, art or document storage, instrument or fur storage, and more.
The Pack and Split Series Specialty HVAC Systems are available in cooling capacities from ¼-ton to 2-tons and have unique options such as a remote user interface control system and a bolt-on humidifier. PACK Series are also available in water-cooled or air-cooled models.
Air Innovations designed these residential and commercial HVAC products with both end users and installers in mind. End users appreciate the durability of the all-aluminum body and evaporator coils as well as the inclusion of high static pressure fans for extended ductwork, which allow the units to be located away from the room being cooled. Installers appreciate the flexibility of having multiple evaporator outlet locations (any of three or five sides depending on the HVAC model) and the ease of installing a pre-engineered, all-inclusive product that has utility connections in one location. All units contain high and low pressure safety switches plus low-ambient controls on the condensing unit and heaters for winter operation.
AHR EXPO attendees are invited to visit booth 6819 to learn more about Air Innovations’ Specialty Residential and Ccommercial HVAC – PACK and SPLIT Series. Non-attendees may visit www.airinnovations.com, call 800-825-3268 (international callers, dial +1 315-452-7400), or email email@example.com for additional information.
Air Innovations’ PACK and SPLIT Series products conform to UL and CSA. All Air Innovations products are designed and manufactured in Syracuse, NY.
AHR EXPO is the world’s largest heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration exposition, with over 2,000 manufacturers and suppliers showcasing their latest products and systems, building automation and controls, software and services.