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Heat-recovery ventilation unit CHR 100-FC
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heat-recovery ventilation unit
heat-recovery ventilation unit
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Characteristics

Type
heat-recovery
Sector
residential
Applications
for homes
Air flow

150 m³/h (5,297.2 ft³/h)

Description

The CHR 100-FC mechanical ventilation unit includes a high efficiency counter-flow heat exchanger made of PPE (>90%). The housing, internally insulated, is made of galvanised sheet metal and it contains two centrifugal fans, one supply fan and one extract fan, equipped with EC motor, operating at constant air flow and ensuring reduced energy consumption. CHR 100-FC is designed for horizontal false ceiling installation in small- and medium-sized residential buildings, either single-detached dwellings or in block of flats. The unit is also equipped with a M5 filter (with G3 pre-filter) on the air supply line, and a G4 filter on the extract line, which ensure the right protection of the heat exchanger and offer the excellent filtration of the new air introduced into the room. The CHR 100-FC mechanical ventilation unit is provided with by-pass connection for the free-cooling function and 4 NTC sensors to detect air temperature in the air inlets and outlets. Defrost function and dirty filter alarm included. All operations (ventilation, boost, economy mode, free-cooling) can be controlled by an external device (via digital input) and a suitable control panel or through WI electronic controller (via ModBus). • Horizontal false ceiling installation • Residential application • Nominal air flow 150 m³/h with 200 Pa (200 m3/h boost) • Max. power consumption 146 W • Specific absorbed power with 105 m3/h and 50 Pa: 0.29 W/(m3/h) • Heat recovery efficiency >90% • Sound pressure level at 1 m 44 dB(A) • Air outlets Ø 125 mm • Weight 30.5 Kg

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