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OVERVIEW and SYSTEM GUIDE

Swegon CASA

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Home ventilation for the greatest comfort and optimal economy

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HOME VENTILATION

We create the world's best indoor climate for people and the environment Swegon is one of the leading manufacturers of equipment for air treatment in Europe. However our ambitions do not stop there. Our vision is to create the world’s best indoor climate for people and the environment. There are four important motives for our vision:

►►Harmful emissions

Many building materials give off so-called emissions that convey odours and can also cause allergic reactions. Since most people spend approx. 85% of their time indoors, this requires the right ventilation.

►►Damaging moisture

Many people shower every day and many wash and dry their laundry indoors. The increase in emissions when there is considerable moisture in the air and the moisture itself is the major cause of rot and mould. The use of the right type of ventilation reduces the risk of these problems.

►►Quiet and draught-free operation

Getting fresh air into the home in an economical way should not involve other inconveniences. It is therefore important that the ventilation system operates with low sound levels and that air is supplied without draught.

►►More stringent energy requirements Because of our concern for the environment, ever more stringent requirements are made on the power consumption of buildings. This makes it also necessary for the ventilation system to have energy-efficient fans, the best possible means of heat recovery and economical control functions.

Facts about Swegon • Established in 2005 as a merger of the two Swedish ventilation companies StifabFarex and PM-Luft, each with more than 50 years in the business. In 2007, Swegon also acquired the Finnish ventilation company ILTO. • In 2009, Swegon had a turnover of 210 million Euro, of which approx. 65% was exported. • Sales, Sweden: 16 sales outlets that cover the entire country. The majority of the sales outlets also have several service fitters. A total of 125 employees. • Export sales: Our own sales companies and partners in 40 countries, mainly in Europe. A total of 300 employees in their own companies.

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• Manufacture: Kvänum, Sweden – Air handling units. Also main office. 325 employees. Tomelilla, Sweden - Air terminals and products for airflow control. 130 employees. Arvika, Sweden – Waterborne indoor climate systems and acoustic products. 120 employees. Kaarina, Finland – Products for home ventilation. 60 employees.

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Home ventilation for the greatest comfort and optimal economy Swegon offers a complete program for home ventilation. In that all the components are supplied by one subcontractor, you are assured that all the units will operate together in harmony in one system and that correctly sized products can be selected. For example, several of the ventilation units can be controlled from the control panel of cooker hoods. The products for home ventilation are manufactured mainly by Swegon in Finland. For many years, the company has been a market leader in home ventilation in Finland. As a means of meeting the ever more strict requirements on energy efficiency, we have implemented extensive product development over a short period of time. All the ventilation units have energy-saving EC motors, temperature-efficient heat exchangers and economical control functions. We are always in the forefront of technological development and our new way of thinking has set a standard for how future generations will view indoor climate and air treatment. Swegon is quality-assurance and environmental-management certificated to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. Our GOLD air handling unit, COMPACT air handling unit and our chilled beams and climate beams are also Eurovent certificated – proof of our quality-assured production.

ISO 9001

ISO 14001

EUROVENT cert.nr. 06.06.319, 08.02.033, 09.06.426

The Nordic climate requires ventilation of international calibre The Nordic manufacturing industry is highly rated. When it comes to producing ventilation products, cold winters and the considerable time spent indoors also forces us to be of international calibre. Swegon’s development of ventilation products is focused on creating energy-efficient systems that also offer the client added value – a better indoor climate and better operating economy. All research and development takes place in our high-tech laboratories at our production facilities. Advance aids are utilized for guaranteeing the best possible result. One example is Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD calculations), which are used for simulating air currents – exactly the same program that is used for achieving an aerodynamic design in the field of Formula 1 car racing. Our own calculation programs offer data on energy consumption and heat recovery in black and white, specifically for the item desired. Swegon reserves the right to make design changes without prior notice.

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Heat recovery that makes you the winner RECOnomic rotary heat exchanger The RECOnomic rotary heat exchanger consists of a rotating wheel made of aluminium with a multitude of small passages. The warmer extract air heats the passages that transfer the heat to the colder supply air as the wheel turns. In that the same surfaces come in contact with both the extract air and the supply air, there is slight risk of odour transfer, however in a home, this is normally no problem. Frost normally never forms in a rotary heat exchanger which means that it maintains its high temperature efficiency regardless of the outdoor temperature. The temperature efficiency is as high as 83% if the supply and extract air flows are the same. Rotary heat exchanger

Counter-flow plate heat exchanger The counter-flow plate heat exchanger consists of thin aluminium plates arranged cross-wise to one another that form parallel air passages. The supply air and extract air passages are completely separated from one another so that possible odours or particles cannot be recovered in the supply air. The warmer extract air heats the plates and transfers heat to the colder supply air. The contact surface area is large in that the air streams flow parallel and in cross-flow to one another. The temperature efficiency is as high as 80 % if the supply and extract air flows are the same.

Counter-flow plate heat exchanger

Outdoor air

Supply air

Extract air

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Exhaust air

Energy-efficient fan motors The ventilation units are equipped with socalled EC motors which are state-of-the-art. EC = Electronically commutated The EC motors are energised with alternating current and the integrated electronic components commutate, reverse, to direct current, which makes the motors rotate. The advantage of EC motors is that almost all power supplied is used for rotation and the efficiency is high also at low speeds. Other types of motors or controls generally give rise to losses, which are especially noticeable when the motors are operating at low speeds. The EC motors offer high efficiency and provision for stepless speed control.

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Smart controls save energy Demand-controlled ventilation

The ventilation unit should have power-efficient fans and good heat recovery for meeting energy requirements – and for excellent operating economy! But in addition to the above it is also important to be able to control temperatures and operating times as required. A reduction in airflow when no one is spending time in the home saves both power to run the fans and heating costs. All the ventilation units have Premium control equipment into which a large number of control functions are integrated. All the settings can be entered via a control panel which can be placed at an optional location in the home. Typical economical functions are built-in timer for scheduling the running times and fan speeds. Typical comfort functions are summer night cooling, fireplace switch and alarms. All of the ventilation units can also be equipped with components for demand-controlled ventilation, For example humidity sensor, extra fireplace switch, filter guard, etc.

Premium control panel

Fireplace switch

Humidity sensor

Unique accessories for best economy Econo – water-based reheating

An economic alternative if the home has a waterborne heating system and you select a unit equipped with a counter-flow plate heat exchanger. The waterborne air heater in the unit can be switched on as an extra radiator or an extra circuit for floor-heating, which is an economical heating means.

Ceiling suspension kit

The ceiling suspension kit enables to install all the ducting and at an optional event time hang up the ventilation unit in place. This makes the installation work simple and economical.

Econo ventilation unit

Radiator

Boiler, district heating substation, etc.

Under floor heating

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Swegon CASA ventilation units with rotary heat exchanger R85

R120

Supply air Extract air Outside air Exhaust air Circulation air K Extract air cooker hood

Dimensions and duct connections, model R, righthand (model L, left-hand, is horizontally reversed)

Height: 699 Height 600 Underside

Field of application Air volume Temperature efficiency, heat recovery Control facilities Reheating Max. power consumption (electric air heater excl.)

Homes <170 m2

Homes <260 m2

Max. 80 l/s (290 m3 /h)

Max. 120 l/s (430 m3 /h)

Up to 83%

Up to 83%

Premium

Premium

Electric 500 W (accessory)

Electric 800 W (accessory)

250 W/1,1 A

300 W/1,3 A

The R85 installed in a kitchen.

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Swegon CASA ventilation units with counter-flow plate heat exchanger W80

W100

W130

W230

Height 534

Height 534

Height 1000

Homes <200 m2

Homes <220 m2

Homes <270 m2

Homes <460 m2

Max .100 l/s (360 m3 /h)

Max. 115 l/s (415 m3 /h)

Max. 130 l/s (470 m3 /h)

Max. 230 l/s (820 m3 /h)

Up to 80%

Up to 80%

Up to 80%

Up to 80%

Premium

Premium

Premium

Premium

Reheating

Electric/Water

Electric/Water

Electric/Water

Electric/Water

Max. power consumption (electric air heater incl.)

1730 W/7,5 A

1750 W/7,6 A

1850 W/8,0 A

2670 W/11,6 A

Supply air Extract air Outside air Exhaust air Circulation air K Extract air cooker hood

Dimensions and duct connections, model R, righthand (model L, left-hand, is horizontally reversed)

Field of application Air volume Temperature efficiency, heat recovery Control facilities

Height 1310

Ventilation units for larger air volumes COMPACT Top & Unit

GOLD LP

GOLD

Multi-family residential buildings and other buildings

Multi-family residential buildings and other buildings

Multi-family residential buildings and other buildings

Max air volume

360 l/s (1 300 m3 /h)

0,8 m3 /s (2 800 m3 /h)

Up to 14 m3 /s (50 000 m3 /h)

Heat exchanger

Rotary heat exchanger

Rotary heat exchanger

Rotary (RX), cross-flow plate (PX) or coil heat exchanger (CX)

Two fan sizes. Built-in control equipment.

Two fan sizes. Built-in control equipment.

Several sizes. Built-in control equipment.

Field of application

Other

Complete documentation is available at www.swegon.com Swegon reserves the right to make design changes without prior notice.

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Control Equipment The ventilation unit can either be controlled from the Premium cooker hood or from a separate Premium control panel, or a combination of both.

Control panel on the cooker hood.

The simplest way to control the ventilation unit is from the cooker hood, but an Premium control panel is required for changing any of the factory settings. The operating times can be programmed from this control panel and all the settings can be read and changed in a display. The roof fans can be controlled via thyristor, transformer or the cooker hood.

Premium control panel • Versatile control panel with the most modern state-ofthe-art technology. • Control of the fan speeds. • Integrated timer. • Adjustment of temperatures • Provision for boosting the airflow and the connection of external sensors that detect humidity, carbon dioxide content and presence. • Provision for monitoring (DDC) from a central system.

Premium control panel

Other control equipment • Carbon dioxide/temperature sensor. Both the carbon dioxide and the temperature function or only one of the functions can be used. Starts boosting the airflows of the ventilation unit when the sensor detects increased carbon dioxide content/temperature. • Occupancy detector. Reacts to movement and then starts or increases the fan speed. • Boost timer. Adjustable for various times. Can be used for example in conjunction with showering, taking a sauna or when a drying cabinet/laundry dryer is in use. One press of the button starts the airflow boost function in the ventilation unit which will operate during the period desired. • Extra fireplace switch. This function is integrated into the Premium control panel, however an extra switch can also be installed near the fireplace. Decreases the extract air fan speed and increases the supply air fan speed of the ventilation unit during the period desired. This causes positive pressure in the building and "forces" the fireplace flue to the chimney so that smoke will not come out into the room. • Humidity sensor. Detects when the humidity increases and starts boosting the air flow from the ventilation unit. Available in models for location in a room or a duct and for on/off or stepless control.

Boost timer/ Fireplace switch.

Carbon dioxide/ temperature sensor

Humidity sensor

Complete documentation is available at www.swegon.com

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Swegon CASA cooker hoods The cooker hood has a central role in the ventilation system in a home and it is important that it collects cooking odours well and operates quietly. The cooker hood is also part of the interior fittings in a kitchen and Swegon CASA cooker hoods offer many options. The design cooker hoods made of stainless steel constitute designer elements in themselves and give the kitchen a trendy and luxurious elegance. The traditional cooker hoods have a more neutral and pure appearance enabling them to fit into various kitchen environments. They can be selected in a white painted or stainless steel version. The cooker hoods have a control panel enabling the user to operate the ventilation unit or roof fan.

Swegon CASA Premium Classic

Swegon CASA Premium Swing

Swegon CASA INTELLE

Swegon CASA ROCK

Swegon CASA SV

Product

Cooker hood without fan with built-in Premium control panel for ventilation unit.

Design cooker hood without fan with built-in Premium control panel for ventilation unit.

Design cooker hood without fan with built-in controls for the ventilation unit with AC motors or power roof ventilator

Design cooker hood without fan with built-in controls for the ventilation unit with AC motors or power roof ventilator

Cooker hood without fan with built-in controls for the ventilation unit with AC motors or power roof ventilator

Installation

Under the spice rack/ wall cabinet. Can also be connected directly under the R85 ventilation unit.

Against wall.

Under the spice rack/wall cabinet or against wall with duct casing.

Suspended over kitchen island.

Under the spice rack/ wall cabinet.

Version

White/Stainless.

Stainless.

Stainless

Stainless.

White/Stainless

Width

50/600/700 mm.

900 mm.

500/600 mm.

600/900 mm. 600 mm. (Including glass sheet) (900 with glass sheet)

Complete documentation is available at www.swegon.com Swegon reserves the right to make design changes without prior notice.

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Roof products The roof products are made of weather-resistant and maintenancefree polypropylene. They are available in 5 standard colours and with roof inlets for various types of roofing. The design is adaptable to various roof slopes in that the hood can be fixed at the roof inlet in the desired position at the building site.

Exhaust air hood

Radon fan Power roof ventilator

Vent hood

Power roof ventilator

Radon fan

Exhaust air hood

Vent hood

Roof inlet

Field of application

Extract air from cooker hood without fan of its own.

Ventilation of house ​ foundation.

Exhaust air from ventilation unit or cooker hood with fan of its own.

Venting of sewerage.

Roof inlet.

Size

Duct connection Ø125 or Ø160 mm.

Duct connection Ø110 mm.

Duct connection Ø125 or Ø160 mm.

Duct connection Ø110 mm.

One size fits all power roof ventilators and hoods.

Alternative

Anti-condensation insulated or anticondensation and sound-insulated.

Anti-condensation insulated or uninsulated.

For roof tiles, profiled sheet metal, rebated sheet metal plate/ bitumen-coated sheet metal or roofing membrane.

Colours

Black

Darkgrey

Brown

Red

Brick red

RAL 9055 NCS S9000-N

RAL 7015 NCS S7502-B

RAL 8015 NCS S8005-Y80R

RAL 3009 NCS S5040-Y90R

RAL 8004 NCS S4040-Y80R

(with closest to RAL/NCS)

Anti-condensation Anti-condensation insulated as standard. insulated as standard.

Complete documentation is available at www.swegon.com

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Air diffusers and valves Swegon’s air diffusers and valves meet all the important properties that should be considered when selecting air devices: - Air discharge without draught. - Low level of flow-generated sound. - Neutral design. - Easy to adjust. - Easy to clean.

DOMO Supply air diffuser • Rectangular supply air diffuser for wall or ceiling mounting. • White painted finish. • Adjustable air distribution pattern. • Air purging function. • Air flow range: 5-20 l/s. • Ø 100 mm duct connection.

DOMO Supply air diffuser

EXC Extract air register • Circular extract air valve made for wall or ceiling mounting. • White painted finish. • Adjustable and can be locked. • Air flow range: 5-50 l/s. • For ducts from Ø 100 mm.

EXC Extract air register

Sound attenuators Swegon’s CLA-A sound attenuator has excellent sound attenuating properties and small overall dimensions. The self-supporting external layer, FarTex®, has been granted type approval for cleaning, fibre migration, resistance to aging and emissions. The sound attenuator has also been granted type approval for fire resistance class EI30/E60 and EI60 on condition that it is installed at a safe distance from combustible material and/or persons in an evacuation route. • Extra space-saving rectangular sound attenuator with uniquely excellent properties when it comes to sound attenuation, non-fibre migration assurance and fire resistance class. • Two lengths: 500 and 1000 mm. • For ducts from Ø 100 mm. CLA-A sound attenuator

Complete documentation is available at www.swegon.com Swegon reserves the right to make design changes without prior notice.

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Detached and terraced houses, cottages Individual basic solutions The ventilation units are available in several models and sizes that can be selected on the basis of needs and requirements relevant to the individual application. Location in a laundry room or similar space is recommended. The ventilation units are compact and the smaller units can be mounted on a wall or can be suspended from the ceiling above a washing machine, for instance. The R120 can also be installed in a cold space. The ventilation units in the smaller sizes also have an extra duct connection for connection to a cooker hood. This makes the installation economical because there is then no need for any extra fan and roof duct for the cooker hood. If an R85 is installed, the cooker hood can furthermore be connected directly below the ventilation unit, a renovation alternative for applications which involve replacing fans installed behind spice racks. The extract air from the cooker hood does not pass the heat exchanger but instead is extracted directly out via the extract air fan.

Alternative A

A

B

The R85/100 or W80/100 ventilation unit can be situated in a laundry room or a similar room and serve the home with supply and extract air. The cooker hood is connected across a duct to a special duct connection on the ventilation unit.

Alternative B

The renovation alternative! R85/120, W80/100

The cooker hood is connected directly to the bottom of the R85 ventilation unit.

R85

C

D Alternative C

W130

Outdoor air

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Supply air

W230

Extract air

Exhaust air Cirkulation air

The W130 ventilation unit can be situated in a laundry room or a similar room and serve the home with supply and extract air. The ventilation unit has an extra duct connection for circulation air for utilizing the heat from a fireplace, for instance. The cooker hood has an extract air duct of its own with roof fan.

Alternative D

The W230 ventilation unit can be situated in a laundry room or a similar room and serve the home with supply and extract air. The cooker hood has an extract air duct of its own with roof fan. Swegon reserves the right to make design changes without prior notice.


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Multi-family residential buildings Decentralized basic solutions Decentralized solutions in multi-family residential buildings offer maximum flexibility and provision for demand-controlled ventilation for each flat. The ventilation units are available in several models and sizes that can be selected on the basis of needs and requirements relevant to the individual application. Location in a laundry room or similar space is recommended. The ventilation units are compact and the smaller units can be mounted on a wall or can be suspended from the ceiling above a washing machine, for instance. The ventilation units in the smaller sizes also have an extra duct connection for connection to a cooker hood. This makes the installation economical because there is no need for any extra fan and roof duct for the cooker hood. If an R85 is installed, the cooker hood can furthermore be connected directly below the ventilation unit, a renovation alternative for applications which involve replacing a spice rack fan. The extract air from the cooker hood does not pass the heat exchanger but instead is extracted directly out via the extract air fan.

Alternative E

The R85/100 or W80/100 ventilation unit can be situated in a laundry room, stairwell or a similar room and serve the home with supply and extract air.

E

F

The cooker hood can be connected across a duct to a special duct connection on the ventilation unit.

Alternative F

The renovation alternative! The cooker hood is connected directly to the bottom of the R85 ventilation unit. R85/120, W80/100

R85 Outdoor air and exhaust air The illustration shows two simple principal solutions with separate ducts for outdoor air and exhaust air. In multi-family buildings, the main ducts can also be completely or partially utilized. Depending on the solution under consideration, special measures may be needed to remedy air transfer and sound conducted through building elements as well as for fire protection.

Outdoor air Swegon reserves the right to make design changes without prior notice.

Supply air

Extract air

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Exhaust air

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Multi-family residential buildings Centralized basic solutions In centralized solutions in multi-family residential buildings, a large, central ventilation unit operates to convey supply air to and extract air from the flats. The use of a central ventilation unit makes it easier to operate and maintain the system. If a rotary heat exchanger is used, the cooker hood is required to have an exhaust air duct of its own fitted with a power roof ventilator. Depending on the system solution under consideration and the local regulations, special measures may be needed to remedy air transfer and sound conducted through building elements as well as for fire protection.

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Swegon Apartment is a solution in which the centrally located ventilation unit supplies air to and extracts air from a required number of flats via main ducts located in a shaft. An appropriate ventilation unit is selected from Swegonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s GOLD series. The ventilation unit is pressure controlled and the airflow is regulated in each flat via a control damper. These control dampers are controlled via a control panel and a timer to economic low airflow when no one is at home. A special function involves controlling the supply air mainly to the living room during the day and to the bedroom at night. On the whole, this enables the use of a smaller airflow, yet the air quality is good where the occupants are spending time. Cooker hoods have an extract air duct of their own with a pressure-controlled power roof ventilator that serves a required number of flats.

Outdoor air

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Supply air

Extract air

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Exhaust air

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