Heat-recovery ventilation unit E²60
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heat-recovery ventilation unit
heat-recovery ventilation unit
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heat-recovery, decentralized
for homes
Air flow

Min.: 5 m³/h (176.6 ft³/h)

Max.: 60 m³/h (2,118.9 ft³/h)


The e²60 enables a uniform volume flow which can be adjusted up to 60 m³/h. Responsible for the high thermal efficiency (heat supply level) of the unit is, among other things, the patented flow straightener, which ensures a constant air flow through the heat exchanger. ... The e²60 is pressure-optimised and thus ensures a constant volume flow even in areas with very high back pressures, such as on the coast or at high altitudes. An optional, intelligent control system ensures that, if required, the counter-pressures that occur are balanced up to 20 Pa and that the air flow remains unaffected up to 40 m³/h. The unit thus meets the new requirements for wind pressure stability according to EN 13141-8 and is the first unit of its type to achieve class S1. The e²60 can be used in any e² environment as the same grids, outer hoods, inner screens and controls can be used. Quick retrofitting is possible at any time. Art.-Nr. 41157 Technical specifications Volume flow - 5 - 60 m³/h Max. degree of heat provision - 96 % Heat supply level according to EN 13141-8 - 0 - 40: 88 % 0 - 60: 83 % Max. standard sound level difference Dn,e,w - 54 dB Sound power level LW - from 18 dB(A) Power consumption - 0.4 - 3.3 W Minimum installation length - 280 mm (less on request) Dimensions - Ø 154 x 243 mm Compatibility - Energy efficiency class - A+ Description  Highly efficient decentralised (room-wise) ventilation unit with heat recovery  Meets the requirements of EN13141-8 with interference pressure sensitivity up to class S1 (20 Pa pressure stable)  Installation in round duct with Ø 160 mm


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