WindowMaster adds heat-exchange unit to its ventilation solutions

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The energy-recovery capabilities of WindowMaster’s ZoneVentT temper incoming air — and can be supplemented by optional extra heating and cooling.
WindowMaster has added a versatile heat-exchanger system to its range of natural cooling and ventilation control systems. ZoneVentT consists of a compact decentralised fan unit with a built-in energy recovery. There are three sizes with throughputs of 300, 580 and 800 m3/h. ZoneVentT has EC fan drives, ensuring very low energy consumption; SEL values are below 500 J/m3 of air. These units provide cooling in the summer and enable energy-efficient heating in the winter for spaces that require more than just pure natural ventilation. ZoneVentT can be used as a standalone unit circulating air around a room to manage the indoor climate or be fully integrated into WindowMaster NV AdvanceT natural-ventilation solutions. ZoneVentT can be supplemented by an optional heater or cooler to further cool air passing through it or to add heat.
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