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2:29 pm, April 13, 2024
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Fantech Upgrades and Expands FIT® Series of Fresh Air Appliances

Fantech has redesigned its FIT® series of fresh air appliances, including updating existing appliances with improved functionality and efficiency, as well as the addition of two new 120-CFM models. The updated product line includes a 70-CFM model, the FIT 70E, and three 120-CFM models — the redesigned FIT 120E and the new FIT 120E-D and FIT 120E-D-EC.

FIT Series fresh air appliances with energy recovery are ideally suited for multifamily projects with no mechanical room, where the appliance must be located within a false ceiling. They feature a slim profile for installation between floors, plug-and-play connectivity for quick installation, and easy access for maintenance.

FIT Series fresh air appliances bring a continuous supply of fresh air into a home while exhausting an equal amount of contaminated air. The energy recovery core transfers heat and moisture from the incoming air to outgoing air cooled and dried by an air conditioner, thereby improving indoor air quality while providing up to 81% of energy recovery to increase efficiency. The units include washable electrostatic filters and weigh just 29 to 35 pounds.

The new FIT 120E-D and the FIT 120E-D-EC offer similar performance to the newly redesigned FIT 120E while adding an integrated mechanical shutoff damper to prevent outdoor air from being drawn in when the unit is not active. FIT 120 E-D-EC is powered by two electronically commutated (EC) motors, which reduce energy usage and result in lower operating costs and less maintenance over the lifetime of the appliance.

Paired with the ECO-Feel® multi-function controller with a Total Volatile Organic Compound (TVOC) sensor, the system will operate around the needs of the residents — optimizing performance (IAQ, relative humidity, and temperature), ventilation at a relative humidity level of 45%, 20 minutes ON/40 minutes OFF per hour at low speed, VOC spike results in ventilation rate increase, and screenless design.

For more information, visit the FIT Series product page or

For more than three decades, Fantech has been focused on being a leader in the air movement industry, researching, designing, and bringing to market ventilation solutions that ensure better indoor air quality in the buildings where we work and live. Fantech’s 115 product families include in-line fans for bathroom exhaust, dryer boosting, and radon mitigation; indoor air quality equipment such as heat and energy recovery ventilators and whole-house HEPA filtration; and larger CFM fans for commercial applications such as in-line centrifugal fans, exterior-mounted centrifugal fans for wall and roof, multi-port centrifugal fans, and air curtains. Products are available through 3,600 distributing locations in the U.S. and Canada, with 48-hour shipment for select products. Fantech’s strength and stability come from its alliance with Swedish parent company Systemair. With a global network of 58 subsidiaries on four continents, Systemair Group is the largest air movement companies in the world.

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