Swegon adds multiple control to Parasol

Published:  05 November, 2015

Swegon has enhanced the control capabilities of its Parasol comfort module with the introduction of Parasol VAV. Up to eight units can be connected to one common control unit to provide cost-effective variable air volume heating and cooling.

Parasol VAV is based on the integrated-damper solution of the Adapt Parasol that was introduced in 2013. The integrated damper regulates airflow according to demand in the room and also optimises heating and cooling output. Presence detection is fitted to each module for independent regulation.

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