Vent-Axia introduces new AHU range

Vent-Axia, eViking AHU, air handling unit

Vent-Axia’s eViking range of air-handling units achieves an A+ energy-efficiency rating. Features include highly efficient fans, EFF1 motors and high-performance heat recovery (80%+) designed for maximum efficiency at minimum pressure loss. Throughputs range from 3.5 to 16 m3/s.

These units are constructed from panels that interlock to create a rigid structure and incorporate low-density insulation to achieve extremely good thermal insulation and casing attenuation. The mechanical perf­ormance of the casing is in accordance with EN 1886-2008, and the casing tightness L2 does not need additional adaptation and works across a wide pressure range.

The panels are used to build up AHUs in eight configurations (vertical and horizontal) in seven sizes. Functional parts are integrated into assembly blocks in multiples of 306 mm.

The units are designed for easy service access and internal cleaning. Their construction enables them to be delivered in knocked-down form.

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