Energy-recovery ventilation units

Published:  03 January, 2013

Vent-Axia, ventilation, energy recovery, heat recovery

Vent-Axia’s ERV range of energy-recovery ventilation units cover airflows from 500 to 1500 m3/h. Offering basic controls and functionality, these units are designed for projects that require cost-effective heat-recovery ventilation without the complexities of demand-controlled ventilation.

There are two unit sizes, each available with two versions of control and unit functionality and two versions of energy-recovery cell (90% or 55%).

Other capabilities include frost protection and summer bypass control. Filters can be added.

All units have fans with EC/DC motors to achieve the specific fan power requirements of the Building Regulations.

Units are only 360 mm high and can be installed indoor or outdoors. There are access panels on the top and bottom.

For more information on this story, click here: Jan 2013, 160

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