Harley Davidson tunes up 20-year-old energy recovery ventilation system

Posted 12 October, 2019 — News

Milwaukee, WI: After over 20 years of reliable operation, the energy recovery ventilation (ERV) system serving Harley Davidson’s corporate headquarters was due for an upgrade.

Joe Langfeldt, an HVAC engineer for Harley Davidson, contacted Airxchange to determine if there was a way to restore or replace the energy recovery wheels in the system to avoid the high cost of a complete ventilator unit replacement. He learned that a unique design feature of the Airxchange wheels would enable him to achieve factory-level performance at a fraction of the cost he expected by simply swapping out the removable energy transfer media segments.