Vent-Axia offers complete AHU solutions

Published:  01 June, 2012

Vent-Axia, AHUs, air handling units

With the launch by Vent-Axia of the high-efficiency range of eViking air-handling units, the company now offers outputs from 1 to 16 m3/s. The eViking range is Eurovent certified and offers an extensive variety of modular configurations to simplify installation and meet a projectís individual design requirements. Vent-Axia provides a dedicated project design team and comprehensive design software to support contractors and consultants, providing drawings and data sheets at the early stages of a project.

Features of the eViking range include A+ energy-efficiency rating, high-efficiency fans selected as close as possible to their peak efficiency, high-efficiency heat recovery with minimum pressure loss and a range of customised control options. Throughputs range from 3.5 to 16 m3/s.

The panel construction has a mechanical performance in accordance with EN 1886-2008. Casing tightness is L2 without additional modifications and works across a wide pressure range.

The laminated concept enables units to have a vertical or horizontal aspect, according to requirements. The functional components are based on multiples of 102 mm integrated into assembly blocks in multiples of 306 mm.

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