Air-handling units are Eurovent certified

Clivet, air handling unit AHU

Clivet’s AQX range of air-handling units comprises 32 models covering 1300 to 100 000 m3/h with air speeds from 2 to 2.5 m/s. It is possible to increase the airflow to 160 000 m3/h at 4 m/s in suitable applications. Width and height can customised in 50 mm steps, allowing total integration on site.

There is a wide range of configurations, including high-hygiene applications such as healthcare facilities, high-tech locations, clean rooms, pharmaceutical and food-processing plants.

The construction provides a full thermal break between double-skin panels and aluminium structures. Heat exchangers are optimised, and there is a wide range of filtration systems from G2 to H14. Other features include high-efficiency fans and motors, heat-recovery equipment and excellent structural strength for maximum lifetime.

Selection software makes it easy to configure the required unit, closely match dimensional constraints and precisely control performance and Eurovent energy class. Technical data and dimensional drawings for the selected unit can be downloaded.

Accurate control is provided by factory-fitted and fully tested units, which can be equipped with automatic micro-processors for the management and control of all the installed components.

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