Vortice develops new Prometeo heat-recovery ventilation system

Published:  01 June, 2012

Vortice, heat recovery ventilation

Vortice’s Prometeo Plus heat-recovery ventilation system is an evolution of the successful Prometeo 400 unit. This latest unit provides access to the main PCB without having to open it, the ability to upload software updates via a USB connector and new motors with lower noise levels and greater efficiency.

There is now a Modbus connection via RS485 to provide 2-way communication with a BMS. There is also a wide range of accessories.

Vortice offers a series of heat-recovery units — from the compact HR200 to the new Prometeo Plus and the NRG commercial system.

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