All Valent units are designed to meet the challenging load requirements of high-outdoor-air applications and include refined energy recovery and dehumidification options, tight and well-insulated casing construction, and sophisticated control sequences.
Valent has earned its expert status with thousands of high-outdoor-air installed units.
Rely on Valent's specialized expertise in the design, control, and support of high-outdoor-air units typically used in dedicated outdoor air systems (DOAS).
Quality components and multiple configurations, which include inverter or digital scroll compressors, whisper-quiet condenser fans, energy recovery wheels, hot gas reheat, up to 16:1-turndown gas furnaces, hot water heat, chilled water cooling, and multiple duct connections.
Reliable operation. Every Valent unit is energized and tested for 90 minutes before shipping. Dependable controls optimize operation using Valent's standard platform.
Sturdy, easy-to-maintain cabinets, featuring 2" R-13 foam-injected double-wall casings, multiple access doors, space to properly maintain all components, and direct-drive plenum fans.
We're there when you need us. Valent's knowledgeable and available staff will guide you through design, installation, operation, and maintenance.
Experienced high-outdoor-air support. Installing and operating a dedicated outdoor air unit can be more challenging than operating a standard rooftop unit. Valent's support staff has decades of HVAC and dedicated outdoor air experience.
When it comes to children, they deserve nothing but the best. Core + Valent equipment work together to give our children the best air quality within their schools. Better air quality means better health for students, improved student performance and increased student attendance.
Valent equipment is offered in a number of configurations to meet a wide range of applications and systems.
When recovering sensible and latent energy is a priority but the maintenance requirements of an enthalpy wheel are unwanted, the VPRC with its enthalpic core heat exchanger is an excellent alternative. The enthalpic core heat exchanger has a 0.5% exhaust air transfer ratio (EATR) as determined by AHRI 1060, and can safely handle accumulated condensate without sustaining frost damage.