Indoor air quality solutions
Low consumption and high efficiency
Heat recovery units work by using a combination of two, low-noise centrifugal fans. One is used to extract internal exhaust air from premises and discharge it externally. The second fan supplies external fresh air into the interior of the premises.
Both air circuits pass through a heat exchanger but without mixing. The heat from the discharged air is then used to heat the fresh outside air. The greater the thermal efficiency of the exchanger, the less need there will be to supply additional air conditioning.
Installations must comply with energy efficiency and air quality regulations and objectives. Buildings will have ventilation systems that provide a fresh air supply from the outside, to prevent high concentrations of pollutants forming inside. The external air that is introduced will be filtered accordingly.
Heat recovery units
Heat recovery units with EC Technology and built-in bypass.
Heat recovery units with EC Technology motor, built-in bypass and HEPA filter.
High efficiency heat recovery units with counterflow heat exchanger, automatic control and EC Technology motors, for installation in false ceilings.
High efficiency heat recovery units with counterflow heat exchanger, automatic control and EC Technology motors, for installation on roofs or in plant rooms.