Atlanta Strategos® Rooftop Systems Strategos® Rooftop Systems: The Most Energy Efficient System in the IndustryIf you combine Environ™, MSAV® and Prodigy® technologies, you’ll get the most efficient Commercial HVAC rooftop system in the industry1: the Lennox® Strategos®. This innovative, ENERGY STAR® certified product has earned a SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) up to 16.1, and 14.3 EER, which will help reduce the amount of electricity your company uses and decrease your utility bills. An optional MSAV – that’s Multi-Stage Air Volume – supply fan provides year-round savings with reduced energy consumption. And that’s just brushing the surface. The Strategos also offers: A boost in comfort and better indoor air quality Filter driers protect your equipment from dirt and moisture An optional economizer improves IAQ and offers energy-saving operation More 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 nearly eliminate the possibility 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 Better serviceability Independent motor mount allows for effortless, efficient access A slab coil enables faster and deeper cleaning Circuit breaker grants fast and simple power shut-off and shields against overcurrents Our team at Peachtree Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning in Atlanta is fully trained to install, service and repair Strategos rooftop systems. Call 678-235-9699 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.