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Decentralised Heat Recovery Ventilation Units for Nurseries, Classrooms & Schools

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SKU
CIVIC-DB-CON
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  • Single room, localised, ceiling mounting decentralised heat recovery unit specifically designed for schools & civic areas.
  • Demand control using CO2, humidity and temperature to meet compliance regulations.
  • Up to 97% thermal heat recovery efficiency. Recovery nearly all the heat normally extracted.
  • Low running costs with a low SFP down to 0.8 w/l/s.
  • Pollen, pollution, NOx carbon car exhaust fume filter options.

Heat Recovery Ventilation In The Classroom

Bad air quality

Insufficient ventilation in school classes, offices, and conference halls results in bad air quality, i.e. high humidity level and CO2 concentration, low oxygen level. That provokes well-known symptoms like dryness and irritation of ocular mucosa, lack of concentration, fatigue.

Bad air quality was proved to be the reason of work capacity reduction by 5-10% for adults. Children are affected even more. Thus bad air quality is one of the factors that impair the success level of children at schools.

High humidity may lead to the growth of mold and germs in a building, which means a risk of asthma and allergy attacks. Quality ventilation is one of the key factors to prevent such diseases. Window ventilation is a standard ventilation solution, but this method has a short effect and it also leads to heat losses.

Window ventilation is not able to solve a problem of high CO2 concentration, which several times exceeds a permissible level. Single-room ventilation, as opposed to window ventilation, provides stable good air quality and saves heat energy.

Problem with heat losses

Reduction of heating costs is one of the main targets to be solved by reconstruction of schools and other public premises. Modern windows and doors are a part of this energy-saving strategy due to their high density. At the same time, airtight premises require efficient ventilation with heat recovery to maintain high air quality with low energy demand.

Limited mounting space for ventilation in reconstructed premises

Reconstruction of old buildings poses many engineering challenges requiring non-standard solutions. The arrangement of an efficient ventilation system is one of such targets. However very often there is not enough space for mounting of air ducts and ventilation in renovated premises. In this case, central ventilation is infeasible. Engineers select single-room ventilation as it offers required ventilation solutions without the need to mount air ducts. It can be installed directly in the room to be ventilated.

Technical details
ManufacturerBlaufast
Motor TypeEC
Electrical Supply1 Phase 220/250 50/60Hz
Energy RatingERP 2018
Tax ClassTaxable Goods
Delivery Lead Time4 weeks
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