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HAE - Furnace Fan Generated Air Exchanger

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HAE- Hoyme Air Exchanger Optional Models Checklist - pdf 

HAE - Hoyme Air Exchanger - Inline Type

Inline type

Hoyme Air Exchanger - Bottom View

Inline type (Bottom View)

HAE-1000-100 - Hoyme Air Exchanger Drawings- pdf 

HAE-1000-100 - Hoyme Air Exchanger Kit - HAE-iKit-100 - pdf 

HAE-1000-100 - Hoyme Air Exchanger Kit - HAE-iKit- 101 - pdf 


 

 HAE-1000-200 - Hoyme Air Exchanger Drawings- pdf

HAE-1000-200 - Hoyme Air Exchanger Kit - HAE-iKit- 200 - pdf 

HAE-1000-200 - Hoyme Air Exchanger Kit - HAE-iKit- 201 - pdf 

HAE - Hoyme Air Exchanger - Offset Type

Offset type 

 

HAE-1001-100 - Hoyme Air Exchanger Kit - HAE-oKit- 100 - pdf 

HAE-1001-100 - Hoyme Air Exchanger Kit - HAE-oKit- 101 - pdf 


HAE-1001-200 - Hoyme Air Exchanger Kit - HAE-oKit- 200 - pdf 

HAE-1001-200 - Hoyme Air Exchanger Kit - HAE-oKit- 201 - pdf 

HAE - Hoyme Air Exchanger - Offset Type

Commercial type 

HAE-1000-500 - Commercial Hoyme Air Exchanger Drawings- pdf

HAE-1000-500 - Hoyme Air Exchanger Recommended Parts List - pdf 


HAE - Hoyme Air Exchanger - House


FURNACE FAN DOES IT ALL

Building codes require outside fresh air to be supplied into a dwelling and for the sake of comfort, this air is to be tempered. HOYME Furnace Fan Generated Counter-Flow Air Exchanger (HAE) does this and more. It also tempers cold air before it enters the area of the furnace fan and therefore protects furnace parts. No need for expensive electric heaters or special motors to service or wear out. With the HAE, there are no moving parts, the furnace fan does it all. Using the furnace fan also guarantees the HAE remains operational at all times.

While fresh, warm air is supplied through the Air Exchanger into the heating system, moist stale air is exhausted through a separate duct. The exchange of air, according to calculations, is approximately 100 to 120 cu. ft/minute, depending on the static pressure of the furnace fan. The area of heat transfer in the unit is over 3000 sq.in. plus another 3000 sq.in. when using at least a total of 15 ft. of concentric ducting connected to and from the unit. As a result, heat transfer proves to be very high. Recent tests showed over 10% higher sensible effectiveness than a conventional HRV*.

Additionally, the HAE operates continuously in cold weather. The exhausting of moist, stale air while the furnace is firing defrosts any ice build-up in the unit with the extra heat being brought back into the system. Excess moisture is drained off through a plastic hose directed to a drain. Multiple aluminum ducts inside the unit eliminate plugging and therefore guarantee a continual flow of fresh inlet air and a continual exhausting of moist stale air through all kinds of weather. Exhaust fans from bathrooms, kitchens and other areas can also be directed through the HAE unit by the addition of an optional kit having a back-draft damper and a 'Y' connection.

THE HAE-1000-100' unit is 14" x 13" x 52" and handles up to 120 cu.ft./min. The 'HAE-1000-200' unit is 14" x 16" x 52" and handles up to 220 cu.ft./min. Both units come with metal hanger brackets and 15' of 1/2" plastic drain hose. Installation Kits include Double intake/exhaust hood, 8"Ø and 5"Ø for the '100' size and 9"Ø and 5"Ø for the '200' size; Double return/supply plenum connector, 8"Ø and 5"Ø or 9"Ø and 5"Ø; Balance manual damper, 5"Ø; 4' of silver flex, 5"Ø;  Installer to supply 5"Ø and 8"Ø flex ducting as required. Satisfaction is guaranteed.

The regular commercial 'HAE-1000-500' is 14" x 23" x 100" and handles up to 600 cu.ft./min. This unit has two 8"Ø intakes and two 8"Ø exhaust ports projecting out both ends. Comes with 15' of 1/2" plastic drain hose and four metal hanger brackets. Installer to supply 8"Ø ducting, two all-weather hoods, manual balancing damper and other necessary connectors for intake and exhaust. Fans may also be necessary if not connecting to a forced air heating system. 

* Based on tests done by the National Research Council, Ottawa - 2014

Mechanics of the Furnace Fan Generated Air Exchanger - Printer Friendly(pdf)

HAE -Installation Instructions - Printer Friendly(pdf)

HAE - Commercial Installation Instructions - Printer Friendly(pdf)

 

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Last Updated (Tuesday, 23 May 2017 13:30)