YORK Solution Endura Offers Exclusive Zero-Penetration Membrane Roof

March 20, 2019

 Johnson Controls has added a new outdoor air handler to its YORK® Solution™ line of products. The new YORK® Solution™ Endura™ includes a zero-penetration roof backed by the confidence of the Endura10R™ 10-year roof warranty. The patent-pending triple-layer roof system has no fasteners, metal seams or caulking, leaving nothing to invite water penetration.

The YORK® Solution™ Endura™ also comes with an optional full-length integral service vestibule, delivering convenient, safe service access and full protection from inclement weather conditions. This solution helps resolve leakage issues commonly found with bolt-on vestibule systems.

“The YORK Solution Endura helps fill a market need our customers were seeking,” said Merle Brubaker, director, air handling product management, Johnson Controls. “The ground-breaking zero-penetration membrane roof with an unmatched 10-year warranty exceeds the performance of standing seam metal roof systems as applied to air handling equipment.”

 The YORK Solution Endura also includes an EnduraShield™ exterior two-layer coating system with an American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) salt spray test rating that exceeds 2,000 hours – up to four times longer than other paint systems. Optional Enhanced Thermal Performance casing construction delivers class-leading thermal performance for improved resistance to condensation.

Like all YORK Solution AHUs, the YORK Solution Endura provides the selection flexibility of a semi-custom system, offering reduced lead times, simplified specification and cost savings not typically found in custom air handlers.

For more information on the YORK Solution Endura, visit www.york.com/Endura.

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