SER Series Commercial Energy Recovery Ventilator (225-550 CFM) Zoom

SER Series Commercial Energy Recovery Ventilator (225-550 CFM)


Brand: Fantech

SER5504N has been discontinued.
Direct Replacement:
SKU: SER6004
Brand: Fantech



Application: Commercial
Duct Size: 8" x 14"
Hertz: 60
Blower: 120v
60 Hz
2.7 Amps
Phase: 1
Min Airflow (CFM): 225
Air Flow Capacity (CFM): 225-550
Length (Inches): 36.3"
Max Airflow (CFM): 550
Width (Inches): 36.3"
Height (Inches): 24
Speeds: 3
Weight (lbs): 233 lbs
Warranty: 5-Year Limited Warranty on Enthalpic Core
7-Year Limited Warranty on Motor

Description for Fantech SER5504N

The SER Series lowers demand on air conditioning systems. Air supplied from outdoors enters through the Energy Recovery Core where it transfers the heat and humidity to the exhaust air. The air supplied by the SER is now cooler, dryer and more comfortable. The SER distributes the pre-conditioned fresh filtered air throughout the building by direct ductwork installed especially for the ERV or through the ductwork of a forced-air system.


  • Powder coated 20-gauge G90 galvanized steel cabinets
  • Fully insulated with 1" foil-faced fiberglass insulation to prevent condensation
  • Blowers - (2) maintenance-free Ebm-Papst backward inclined motorized impellers
  • Two (2) modular energy recovery cores manufactured from a flame-proof/Polyester-based synthetic paper designed to transfer sensible and latent heat.
  • Dual service doors & reversible electrical box
  • Push-pull configuration
  • Three speeds
  • (4) MERV1 washable filters
  • 225-550 CFM @ 0.4" w.g.
  • External low voltage contacts
  • Outdoor ducts on the same side
Note: This model has no defrost and is not recommended for climates that experience freezing conditions for long periods.

PLEASE NOTE: The product weighs 233 lbs. and may require the use of a
lift gate.
If you do require a lift gate at your delivery, you'll have the option to add this FREE of charge when you checkout.

SER Series Commercial Energy Recovery Ventilator (225-550 CFM)

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