AHRI 1060 (I-P) and 1061 (SI): Performance Rating of Air-to-Air Exchangers for Energy Recovery Ventilation Equipment
AHRI Standard 1060 and AHRI Standard 1061 establish definitions, test requirements, rating requirements, minimum data requirements for published ratings, marking and nameplate data, and conformance conditions for air-to-air exchangers intended for use in air-to-air energy recovery ventilation equipment (AAERVE). These standards apply to factory-made air-to-air exchangers for use in AAERVE, defined as follows: Energy recovery components and packaged energy recovery ventilation units that employ air-to-air exchangers to recover energy from exhaust air for the purpose of pre-conditioning outdoor air prior to supplying the conditioned air to the space, either directly or as part of an air-conditioning (to include air heating, air cooling, air circulating, air cleaning, humidifying, and dehumidifying) system.
Exclusions: These standards do not apply to the rating and testing of heat exchangers joined by circulated heat transfer medium (run-around loop). A run-around loop employs liquid-containing coils connected in a closed loop and placed in each of two or more airstreams.
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