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Vents Airlite Series Commercial ERVs

Vents Airlite Series Commercial ERVs

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Experience the cutting-edge innovation of AIRLITE Energy Recovery Ventilators, available in a versatile range of three different sizes with up to 1785 CFM for the most demanding Commercial airflow requirements.

Whether you require one, two, or three fans on both the supply and exhaust sides, our units are tailored to meet the unique demands of commercial applications and each unit features state-of-the-art supply and exhaust centrifugal fans equipped with backward curved blades. For added protection a fan stop defrost system is activated when the outdoor temperature falls below 23° F (-5° C).

Additionally, our ventilators are equipped with built-in thermal overheating protection, ensuring safety and efficiency with automatic restart functionality. The electric motors and impellers are meticulously engineered and dynamically balanced to ensure smooth and reliable operation.

For outdoor installation use the optional roof accessory, allowing you to maximize the efficiency of your ERV in any environment.

Features

  • Unique enthalpy heat exchanger 
  • MERV 6 supply + exhaust filters
  • Up to 1785 CFM (ERV 25)
  • Recovery efficiency up to 63%
  • 8×14 up to 8x30 Duct sizing
  • 21 gauge galvanized steel case
  • 10 year warranty on the core

Need assistance? Call us at 1-833-878-3687, Mon-Fri, 9 am to 5 pm (EST).

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Vents Airlite ERV 8/17/25

ModelERV 8ERV 17ERV 25
Maximum continuous air flow capacity (at 0.1 in. w.g.)510 CFM1135 CFM1785 CFM
Voltage [V / 60 Hz]1 ~ 1201 ~ 1201 ~ 120
Unit power [W]640W1330W2010W
Unit current [A]5.411.116.9
Transported air temperature [F]-35 up to +140-35 up to +140-35 up to +140
Outer skin casing material21 gauge galvanized steel21 gauge galvanized steel21 gauge galvanized steel
Connected air duct size [in]8×148×208×30
Sensible recovery efficiency at 32°F (0`C)up to 54%  up to 56%  up to 55%  
MERV6 supply/exhaust filtersYes
Defrost SystemBuilt temp sensor
Dimensions (H x W x D)25 ¹⁄2”x26”x36 ¹⁄2”37 ¹⁄4”x26”x36 ¹⁄2”49”x26"x36 ¹⁄2”

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