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OASys™ Air Conditioner
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OASys™ Air Conditioner

OASys is a technological breakthrough in Indirect/Direct evaporative cooling. The key to OASys is a unique heat exchanger combined with a single pump/blower configuration. Unlike conventional air conditioning systems, which recirculate indoor air, OASys continuously conditions and delivers fresh outdoor air - the Outdoor Air System.

The heart of OASys is the Indirect Cooling Module (ICM) which first cools incoming fresh air without adding moisture. The air then passes through the Direct Cooling Module (DCM), is cleansed and humidity is optimized. The cooled air enters the space directly or through conventional duct configurations and exits by roof vents. The small amount of water used in this process is renewed periodically by a self-purging reservoir. This waste water can be used to irrigate landscaping or garden areas. At low speed the system cools, cleans, and circulates air using no more power than a single 100w light bulb.

The OASys produces up to 3.5 tons of cooling while using less than 600 watts for an energy efficiency equivalent to better than 40 SEER. Switching to OASys cooling will result in an 80% energy savings without sacrificing comfort.

Contact

Corporate Offices
Phone: (800) 974-1078
Email: info@oasysairconditioner.com
Web: www.oasysairconditioner.com

Western Region Sales Engineer
Moe Salem
Mechanical Engineer
ASHRAE Member
Phone: (916) 248-0943
(559) 307-6320
Email: msalem@speakmancompany.com


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