Inline box fans

Xpelair, inline box fan, ventilation

Xpelair’s XSD EC range of inline box fans exceed the requirements of the ERP Directive 2013/15. These units have electronically commutated motors with speed control and fans with backward-curved impellers. Installation features include quick-connect spigots and a Gripple suspension kit (supplied) to reduce installation time by over 90%.

The range has been extensively tested to ensure the accuracy of published figures. Airflow performance has been independently tested at the BRE. Acoustic performance has been independently tested at the Institute for Sound & Vibration Research (SVR Consulting) at the University of Southampton.

Continuous speed control makes interaction with the inbuilt demand-control ventilation system a simple process. Minimum and maximum ventilation rates are set during commissioning; the chosen sensors automatically control the ventilation system.

Sensor options include constant-pressure control, PIR sensor, CO2 sensor, humidity sensor and an air-quality sensor. The system can work with two 0 to 10 V proportional input sensors.

These units can be integrated with a building-management system.

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