Albany Strategos® Rooftop Systems Strategos® Rooftop Systems: The Most Energy Efficient System in the IndustryAfter adding together Environ™, MSAV® and Prodigy® technologies, you’ll get the highest efficiency Commercial HVAC rooftop system in the industry1: the Lennox® Strategos®. This forward-thinking, ENERGY STAR® certified system has earned a SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) up to 16.1, and 14.3 EER, which will help reduce the energy used to heat or cool your building and lower your energy costs. An optional MSAV – that’s Multi-Stage Air Volume – supply fan leads to year-round savings with reduced energy consumption. And that’s just efficiency. The Strategos also offers: Enhanced comfort and better indoor air quality Filter driers protect your system from dirt and moisture An optional economizer strengthens IAQ and offers energy-saving operation Additional reliability Prodigy® unit controller tracks the runtime of every major component and keeps service records to operate the system at it’s highest level of efficiency, comfort and reliability SmartWire™ system simplifies thermostat and field sensor installation to reduce the chance of miswiring BACnet module permits two-way communication for system monitoring and remote troubleshooting Corrosion-resistant cabinet made of galvanized steel under a paint finish that resists rust Superior serviceability Independent motor mount allows for easy, efficient access A slab coil allows faster and deeper cleaning Circuit breaker grants quick and easy power shut-off and shields against overcurrents Our team at D.A. Bennett Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning in Albany is fully trained to install, service and repair Strategos rooftop systems. Call 518-205-3324 for more information. 1 Claim pertains to 14.3 EER rating for the SCA036H4B 3-ton unit, based on comparison of publicly available information regarding steady-state efficiency (EER) for single packaged rooftop units, 3 to 24 tons, G/E, E/E or cooling only, 3-phase voltage. Established through internal review of competitive literature, December 2012.