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Ventilation in balance TECHNICAL DATA AM: 100 · 300 · 500 · 800 · 900 · 1200

CV: 80


INTELLIGENT VENTILATION

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Different needs

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Supply air

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The correct position

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Construction and design

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CONTROLS

Network

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Features and controls

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Control processes

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Our philosophy is that our products should be the most energy efficient on the market.

INTELLIGENT VENTILATION

CONTENTS

EFFICIENT COOLING

Dedicated cooling unit

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CC 300

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CC 500

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CC 800

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PRODUCT INFORMATION

AM 100

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AM 300

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AM 500

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AM 800

50

AM 900

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AM 1200

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CV 80

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CV components

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Roof penetration ducting and fittings

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TECHNICAL DATA SUMMARY

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INTELLIGENT VENTILATION VENTILATION IN BALANCE

HIGH HEAT RECOVERY

Fresh air is a human right. It is with this in mind

We use highly efficient countercurrent heat exchan-

that Airmaster has developed the market’s most

gers and is tested to European standard DS/EN3081,

energy-efficient low-noise decentralised ventilation

which is a dry effect under conditions where con-

solutions with heat recovery – ventilation solutions

densation from the exhaust air does not occur. Air-

that can be used in all types of rooms or buildings.

master’s countercurrent heat exchangers perform

INTELLIGENT VENTILATION

With Airmaster, you are not only choosing a responsible solution. You are also choosing a solution for the future.

up to approx. 85% measured as dry effect according Airmaster’s decentralised ventilation solutions

to EN308 and up to approx. 95% if condensation is

keep the energy consumption for ventilation in the

included.

building to a minimum. Ventilation is only activated in those rooms where it is required – when

MAJOR BENEFITS IN AIRMASTER SOLUTIONS

it is required. No wasted energy for unnecessary

• Energy-efficient

ventilation.

• Low noise levels 30 dB(A) • Cost-effective

LOW ENERGY CONSUMPTION

• Quick and easy to install

WITH HIGH RATE OF HEAT RECOVERY

• Efficient cooling unit available as optional extra

The decentralised heat recovery unit is placed in the room, close to an external wall. Very low energy consumption is achieved using a short distance for the external air to travel and the position of the heat exchanger. No need for long ventilation ducts – no additional energy consumption. Decentralised ventilation takes into account the requirements of each room saving on demanding complicated and costly installation. EFFICIENT EC MOTOR TECHNOLOGY

Airmaster uses energy-efficient EC motors ensuring low energy consumption, good regulation options and low-noise operation.

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Testing conditions: Ambient temperature Room exhaust temperature Airflow test range Internal or external leakage

5°C 25°C 50-150% of nominal airflow <3% of nominal airflow. Supply and exhaust air is in balance. 5 5


CHOOSE THE RIGHT UNIT

WALL-MOUNTED UNITS

Airmaster products come in a wide range of diffe-

Airmasterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wall-mounted units are available

rent variations and a range of intelligent controllers

in different models:

that respond to actual demands, making daily operation easier and reducing ventilation costs. Correct dimensioning of the system minimises energy consumption, while optimum control constantly

AM 100

100 m3/h at 35 dB(A) 75 m3/h at 30 dB(A) AM 300

300 m3/h at 35 dB(A) 240 m3/h at 30 dB(A) AM 500

550 m3/h at 35 dB(A) 430 m3/h at 30 dB(A) AM 800

725 m3/h at 35 dB(A) FLOOR MODEL (AM 900)

is located on the floor and

650 m3/h at 30 dB(A)

supplies air either at floor

AM 900

or ceiling level. Available

830 m3/h at 35 dB(A)

where supply and exhaust

690 m3/h at 30 dB(A)

is led horizontally through

monitors the need for ventilation.

CHOOSE THE RIGHT CAPACITY

INTELLIGENT VENTILATION

DIFFERENT NEEDS DIFFERENT UNITS

Whether you position a unit under the ceiling or standing on the floor, the same criteria apply: quick, flexible installation which can be adapted to the roomâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s purpose, location and design.

the wall or vertically up

AM 1200

through the roof.

1310 m3/h at 35 dB(A) 1050 m3/h at 30 dB(A)

CV 80

85 m3/h at 30 dB(A)

HORIZONTAL MODEL Supply and exhaust is led

VERTICAL MODEL Supply and exhaust is led up

horizontally out through the wall on which the unit

vertically out through the roof. It is finished off on

is installed. The external wall is finished off with

the outside with roof caps and flashing.

louvered grilles.

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Both horizontal and vertical models are available

FULLY DUCTED MODEL Supply air, extraction,

FLOOR MODEL (AM 1200) can be placed

with supply air in the middle or lower panel. This

intake and exhaust are ducted. Intake and exhaust

along the wall, against a wall or be free-

means that up to 2/3 of the unit can be integrated

can be placed in three different places on either

standing, e.g. as room divider.

in the ceiling.

the right or left side.

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INTELLIGENT VENTILATION

SUPPLY AIR WITH COANDA EFFECT Correct selection and location of the unit ensures optimum supply air.

Cold air ‘sticks’ to the ceiling before it slowly descends – which is known as the Coanda effect. The Coanda effect means that the cooler fresh air is mixed with the surrounding air and then slowly descends in the room. THE SUPPLY AIR

The fresh air is supplied at relatively high speed, which grips the air in the room, and this ensures efficient mixing of the fresh air and the air in the room. This method ensures uniform air quality in the room while the supply air speed is reduced. This means that draughts do not occur.

Wall-mounted Airmaster ventilation

SUPPLY AIR FOR WALL-MOUNTED UNITS AM 100, 300, 500 and 800 are all wall-mounted units. The wall-mounted units all ventilate using the mixing principle where fresh air is supplied into the room near the ceiling using the Coanda effect.

Wall-mounted Airmaster ventilation with side view of supply air.

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INTELLIGENT VENTILATION

SUPPLY AIR FOR FLOOR-MOUNTED UNITS The mixing principle is also used in Airmaster’s floor-mounted models (AM 900, AM 1200) where fresh air is supplied upwards in order to achieve the coanda effect. ADJUSTABLE SUPPLY

The floor-mounted models, AM 900 and AM 1200,

Floor-mounted AM 900 – mixing ventilation.

are equipped with adjustable grilles. The grilles can be adjusted as required to ensure the right throw, depending on the size of the room. The throw can easily be adjusted by changing the grilles area/ direction. THE DISPLACEMENT PRINCIPLE

If the unit should need to be moved to another

Floor-mounted AM 900 – displacement ventilation.

Airmaster’s floor-mounted model AM 900 is also

room, the grilles can simply be adjusted to the new

available in a displacement model. With the dis-

room. The depth of the room determines how much

placement principle, the fresh air is supplied into

the grilles needs to be adjusted.

the room at low speed at floor level and a couple of degrees lower than the temperature of the room. This means that the fresh air is distributed over the entire floor due to the difference in density between the cool and warm air. The low supply speed ensures that draughts do not occur. Floor-mounted AM 1200 placed perpendicular to the wall and used as a room divider. Airflow/direction is set using adjustable grilles.

The illustration shows two floor-mounted AM 1200s, one placed against the wall and the other placed perpendicular to the wall. The supply air viewed from the side.

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Floor-mounted AM 900 – displacement ventilation.

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such as light fittings installed directly in the ceiling, should be avoided. Light fittings should be lowered so that the supply air has free access to the room.

To get the full benefit of the Airmaster units, the units must be located correctly according to the physical geometry of the room.

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Where people will be located in close physical proximity to a unit, it is important to use wallmounted or floor-mounted models using the mixing principle as this avoids the occurrence of draughts.

In a small, narrow room where the throw is too short lengthwise,

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but too large the other way, two smaller units with shorter throw are a better option.

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In a room with high or sloping ceilings,

If the room has ceiling

the units should be

beams that may obstruct

installed as high up

the airflow, a floor-mounted

as possible.

unit that ventilates using the

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INTELLIGENT VENTILATION

THE CORRECT POSITION OF THE AM RANGE

To achieve the most efficient supply conditions, objects,

displacement principle (AM 900) or a wall-mounted unit that ventilates along the room should be chosen.

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INTELLIGENT VENTILATION

CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN

EPP is an abbreviation of expanded polypropylene. This material is a central part of several of Airmaster’s ventilation units such as AM 100 and CV 80.

Airmaster’s ventilation systems are well constructed, designed, and functional.

FLEXIBLE CONNECTION CUBE

Airmaster has developed two ventilation units (AM 100 and CV 80) which have been designed in an EPP construction. A complete EPP construction comprises three sections – a filter section, a motor section and an exchanger section. These can be combined in either a right or a left model. All unit parts and components are installed in or on the moulded EPP

MOTORISED BYPASS DAMPER

sections which are finally assembled into one tight and closed unit. Due to the excellent insulation properties of the material, undesirable heat transfer between airflows in the unit is minimized. This means, for example, that ‘thermal bridges’ and unwanted condensation do not occur in the construction. This ensures the desired heat transfer is concentrated between the airflows in the heat exchanger under controlled conditions.

HEAT EXCHANGER AND CONDENSATE TROUGH with float switch.

EPP – Expanded polypropylene We use a plastic foam material whose proper-

During the moulding of the parts, emphasis is

ties make it an extremely good material for use

on installation flexibility, compact design and

in ventilation systems.

optimisation of the airflows in the unit. The latter reduces the internal pressure loss in the

EPP is produced according to environmentally

unit and thereby also energy consumption for

friendly methods and is labelled for recycling.

air transport. The density of the material also

The sections are moulded into special moulds

contributes to ensuring that each EPP section

using compressed air and water vapour.

remains light. AM 100 ventilation units with EPP construction which include all components and which insulate perfectly against unwanted heat loss.

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EC-MOTOR-POWERED FAN

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CONTROLS

NETWORK WITH AIRMASTER

The figure shows a Master/Slave System with a central control panel and two sensors, e.g. PIR and CO2 sensors, in each room.

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BMS SYSTEM

Network control can be carried out using Airmaster’s BMS system (Master/Slave) where up to 16 units can be controlled from a single control panel. BMS is an abbreviation of Building Management System.

With a BMS network all the advantages of

Airmaster’s functionality in an existing BMS

decentralised ventilation can be retained. At

system:

the same time, the administrative benefits of

• Unit start/stop

centralised control can be utilised. Airmaster

• Adjusting set points for supply tempera-

supports various types of BMS system:

ture and air volume • Releasing night cooling

• KNX® • BACnetTM/IP • BACnet

TM

MS/TP

• LON® • MODBUS® RTU RS485

• Reading of temperature sensor data, including room and supply temperatures • Bypass position; if the unit is equipped with automatic modulating bypass, readings can be taken of its position

In order to utilise the various BMS systems,

• Alarm (e.g. filter alarm)

all Airmaster units must be equipped with or

• Monitoring of cooling unit (if installed)

ordered with a plug-in module for the BMS

• Unit status

system concerned. Different types of units

• CO2 sensor, including reading CO2 levels

are available and are installed individually according to local requirements. The units control themselves within the programme framework – depending on local operating conditions.

AIRMASTER BMS

from a connected CO2 sensor • PIR sensor, including reading PIR signal from a connected PIR sensor • Remote diagnosis using detailed operational data for each unit via the BMS system – and thereby reducing service costs

Airmaster ventilation products can be easily controlled from a PC and integrated with the

Flexibility is key in Airmaster’s newly developed

Division of the system into groups with one or more

rest of the building automation system. A

BMS system.

units with shared controls optimises the use of unit

local computer can be used to retain a full

size and sensors.

overview of operations and temperature

Our system controls and monitors up to 16 different

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and provides the option of programming the

ventilation units using a single control panel. Diffe-

Controlling the system using a single sensor (e.g.

rent types of unit with various kinds of accessories

CO2 sensor) or a combination (e.g. a PIR and a CO2

can be controlled by this panel. Cooling units can

sensor) is also an option. By using sensors, it is en-

also be connected to any of the units as required.

sured that the basic operating parameters for each

These flexible options mean that units with diffe-

unit, group or system can be overridden.

rent outputs and equipment can be linked to form a single system while individual requirements in each

Individual control, monitoring and programming as

room can still be catered for.

well as programming of common parameters are

units based on the purpose of the rooms.

The figure shows a generic BMS system with a central BMS computer which is linked to all Airmaster units and sensors.

carried out from a single control panel. Connection to a building network (BMS system) is, of course, also possible.

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The fully automated intelligent control software

Airmaster’s ventilation system can be optimised

used in Airmaster’s ventilation units allows the

for local operating conditions using the features

units to be used immediately after installation;

below:

CONTROLS

BASIC FEATURES AND CONTROLS

Control panel Airmaster supplies units with control panels as standard. The control panel is used for daily operation and for programming the unit.

all basic features are pre-programmed from the factory.

• Manual start and stop via the control panel • Automatic operation using programmed weekly

The control software is capable of automatically counteracting both high and low supply temperatures to ensure the desired room temperature.

schedule • Background ventilation as constant basic ventilation with reduced minimum airflow

Effective protection features prevent the freezing of

• Free night cooling

the heat exchanger, removes condensate and auto-

• Automatic bypass control

matically stops the unit, if required. This prevents

• Start and stop using external switches such as

unnecessary damage to the unit.

thermostat and hygrostat • Start and stop using motion (PIR) sensor

Customised requests from the customer or local conditions can easily be set in the controls and programmed immediately. If required, the software

• CO2 sensor either to start and stop the unit or control the airflow • Automatic operation using a BMS system

controls the installed option automatically, such as bypass, heating surface, condensate pump, cooling unit and various sensors (CO2, humidity, motion etc.).

NEWS NEW CONTROL PANELS We will be introducing two new control panels in the autumn of 2012

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CONTROLS

Airmasterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s CO2 sensors adapt ventilation to CO2 levels in the room. This saves both energy and operating hours in rooms, e.g. in schools.

PIR/MOTION SENSOR Ensures that energy consumption is as low as possible by only starting up the ventilation if there is movement in the room. The unit will run until a delay has elapsed. This can be set in the controller.

HUMIDITY SENSOR Ensures that the indoor humidity is under control. Is supplied as an option for either wall mount or all ready installed in the unit.

START, STOP AND CONTROL

START, STOP AND CONTROL

START, STOP AND CONTROL

USING A CO2 SENSOR

USING A MOTION SENSOR (PIR)

USING AN HUMIDITY SENSOR

The CO2-sensor is used to start and stop the unit, as

The ventilation unit has been set to start/stop via a

A hygrostat registers the relative humidity of the air

well as controlling the accurate airflow needed to

signal from a PIR sensor. When a signal is received

and then sends a start/stop signal to the ventilation

secure the optimum air quality as discribed in the

from the PIR sensor, i.e. movement in the sensorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

system. The humidity level of the sensor can be

measurement area, the unit will start. The system

preset. The hygrostat contains artificial hygrosco-

will start in standard operation with the associated

pic fibres whose length depend on the relative hu-

The Airmaster unit starts with the programmed

programmed airflow and supply temperature.

midity of the air. When the required relative humi-

minimum airflow (min) when the CO2 level exceeds

When the signal stops, the unit will stop after the

dity is exceeded/not reached, the humidity sensor

the programmed lower limit plus 10% (A+10%). The

end of the pre-programmed timer delay (factory-set

sends a start/stop signal to the ventilation unit. This

at 30 minutes). PIR control is often used to activate

is often used to activate full operation on systems

mum (max) at the upper limit of CO2 (B) and above.

full operation on systems running basic ventilation

running basic ventilation when the required relative

If the CO2 level drops back below the programmed

when no one is present in the building.

humidity is exceeded.

CO2 SENSOR - WALL-MOUNTED Is used to secure energy efficient ventilation on demand, which automatically adjust the airflow to suit the desired air-quality in each room.

figures below.

CO2 SENSOR - INTEGRATED Is supplied as an option to be installed in the unit.

FIGURE 1

max

min

unit then increases the airflow linearly to the maxi-

0

lower limit (A), the unit will stop automatically

0

A A+10%

0

A

B

(Figure 1). When the system runs on a reduced airflow (basic

FIGURE 2

max

ventilation), the control software is able to adapt the airflow. When the lower limit of CO2 (A) is exceeded, the airflow is increased linearly to the maximum (max). If the CO2 level drops back below the

min

programmed lower limit (A), the control software will return to the programmed basic ventilation (Figure 2).

0

B

All the above parameters can be adapted and programmed in the control software.

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CONTROLS

IMPORTANT CONTROL PROCESSES

Programming of Airmaster’s products builds on many years’ experience of control and regulation of highly efficient decentralised ventilation units.

We supply units across Europe. We know that our

heat exchanger. The condensate is captured in a

FROST PROTECTION

the heat exchanger. To maintain balanced ventila-

units have to be able to work effectively under very

condensate trough. A float automatically registers

When the outdoor temperature approaches fre-

tion the control software monitors the temperature

different outside temperatures – outdoor tempe-

high condensate levels in the trough. The controls

ezing, the exhaust temperature behind the counter-

conditions in the unit. This takes place by activating

ratures from around -25°C up to around 35°C. A

stop the supply and increase extraction whereby

current heat exchanger drops. This may result in

the preheating surfaces, if required.

combination of humid air and frost and changing

the condensate evaporates and is emitted with the

the condensate freezing inside the heat exchan-

weather conditions are often regular occurrences.

exhaust air. Alternatively, a drain can be connected

ger. The control software efficiently prevents the

to the condensate trough to lead condensate away

formation of ice by increasing the exhaust air and

WITH ELECTRICAL COMFORT HEATING SURFACE

from the unit.

reducing the supply air. The exhaust temperature

In units CV 80, AM 100 and AM 300, ice formation

then rises again. If this process is not sufficient to

protection is carried out using a high-capacity elec-

The various fully automatically control processes are described below.

FROST PROTECTION USING VIRTUAL PREHEAT

CONDENSATE PUMP

prevent the formation of ice in the heat exchanger,

trical comfort heating surface. By using the bypass

CONDENSATE

The ventilation unit can be equipped with a con-

the control software is able to protect the unit by

damper, some of the outdoor air is made to bypass

With a high rate of heat recovery of up to 95%,

densate pump that pumps away the condensate be-

stopping operation.

the countercurrent heat exchanger. The outdoor air

the exhaust air is cooled down significantly in the

fore the control software increases exhaust air and

countercurrent heat exchanger. This means that the

stops further supply. A condensate pump is always

FROST PROTECTION WITH

to the required supply temperature. The exhaust

humidity in the exhaust air can condensate in the

recommended for a cooling unit.

ELECTRICAL PREHEATING SURFACE

air is cooled less in the heat exchanger and the

Ventilation units AM 500, AM 800, AM 900 and AM

formation of ice in the heat exchanger is prevented.

1200 can be equipped with an electrical preheating

In AM 300, this function can also be carried out by

surface. This preheating surface warms up the out-

a water heating surface. Find out more about com-

side air before it is supplied into the countercurrent

fort heating surfaces in the following sections.

is then warmed up by the comfort heating surface

heat exchanger to prevent the formation of ice in

FLOAT Integrated float warning of condensate forming and not being drained off.

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CONDENSATE PUMP Integrated condensate pump option – factory-fitted

ELECTRICAL PREHEATING SURFACE Preheating surface option for use in very cold areas.

SAFETY Thermostats automatically disconnect power at excessively high temperatures.

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CONTROLS

IMPORTANT CONTROL PROCESSES LOW SUPPLY TEMPERATURE,

ELECTRICAL COMFORT HEATING SURFACE

WATER HEATING SURFACE

COMFORT HEATING SURFACE

The electrical comfort heating surface for AM 500,

A water heating surface can be installed on units

FROST PROTECTION OF WATER HEATING SURFACE

To achieve optimum heat recovery Airmasterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

AM 800, AM 900 and AM 1200 warms up the intake

AM 300, AM 500, AM 800, AM 900 and AM 1200

The water heating surface is equipped with a sepa-

ventilation units are equipped with highly efficient

air after the countercurrent heat exchanger to the

as an alternative to an electrical comfort heating

rate, self-controlling heating valve from the factory

countercurrent heat exchangers. Comfort heating

set supply temperature, if required. The control

surface. This also ensures the required supply tem-

to ensure a minimum temperature even when the

surfaces, which are available for all Airmaster units,

software regulates the temperature in the unit

perature. The large surface of the heating surface

ventilation unit is switched off. To frost-proof the

are therefore only used to replace the minimum

and automatically activates the comfort heating

ensures excellent transfer of heat energy to the

heating surface all nominal values are pre-pro-

heat loss during ventilation. Balanced ventilation

surface, if required. In units CV 80, AM 100 and

intake air.

grammed in the control software. This means that

is maintained as standard as long as the supply

AM 300 a high-capacity comfort heating surface is

temperature stays within acceptable limits.

used. This simultaneously takes over the function

The control software starts and stops the heating

of the preheating surface. See also Frost Protection

surface using a motor-powered valve. The heating

Without comfort heating surface: If the required

using Virtual Preheat with Electrical Comfort Heat-

surface settings are programmed when the ventila-

supply temperature cannot be maintained, the

ing Surface on page 23.

tion unit is put into service. The heating surfaces is

the heating surface is protected against frost and is

controls will reduce the intake airflow and increase

supplied with the ventilation unit as a fully inte-

extraction. This compensates for a low outdoor

grated unit. This means that connection to the local

temperature. This function is also activated if the

heating system is simple and quick.

always in working order.

capacity of the comfort heating surface is being fully utilised. To increase comfort, a comfort heating surface can be used to maintain the balance between intake and exhaust â&#x20AC;&#x201C; even in extremely low outdoor temperatures.

ELECTRICAL COMFORT HEATING SURFACE

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WATER HEATING SURFACE Reversible comfort heating surface available as an optional extra.

WATER HEATING SURFACE in copper and aluminium to ensure good heat transfer and durability.

THERMOSTAT VALVE AND THERMO ACTUATOR The thermo actuator regulates the amount of water in steps according to supply temperature. The thermostat valve works as frost protection.

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CONTROLS

IMPORTANT CONTROL PROCESSES

Airmaster’s comfort cooling unit (CC) for the AM product range completes the market’s most flexible ventilation system.

AUTOMATIC BYPASS

If the supply temperature exceeds the required level, the control software activates the bypass, in the ventilation unit, in steps. This means the cooler outdoor air bypasses the countercurrent heat exchanger (in unit AM 800 warmer exhaust air bypasses the exchanger). The required supply temperature is thus maintained. If the room temperature rises, e.g. during direct sun, above the required maximum supply temperature, the bypass is likewise activated automatically. The control software can also be set to a new supply temperature to achieve a higher cooling effect. If a cooling unit has been installed in the ventilation unit and cooling with outdoor air is not sufficient, the control software automatically activates the cooling unit. During operation of the cooling unit, the bypass is still used to regulate the supply temperature. NIGHT-TIME COOLING

CC COOLING UNIT

If the automatic bypass function is not sufficient

CC Cooling unit

to keep the supply or room temperature at the

If the room temperature exceeds the required maxi-

required level, efficient temperature reduction can

mum level during the day, all Airmaster ventilation

be achieved by installing a cooling unit. The control

units are automatically able to cool the room using

software activates the cooling unit automatically

the cooler night air. This function is called ‘nighttime cooling’. Should it be required, the function uses both the bypass damper and the cooling unit to achieve the required cooling effect. The building and its fittings are cooled, and the room temperature will rise less on the following

when required. The self-regulating cooling unit AM ventilation unit

reduces the temperature of the outside air by up to 15°C before the air is supplied into the ventilation unit. The supply temperature is also regulated using the automatic bypass function. See also the section on cooling units on page 28.

day. All associated parameters are factory-set, but can be adapted.

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CC 300 COOLING CAPACITY (W)

TECHNICAL DATA

2400

Maximum cooling capacity

2314 W

Refrigerant

R134a

2000

Filling

0,310 kg

1800

Operating current

3,6 A

Airmaster's dedicated cooling units (CC) are com-

The cooling unit is designed to reduce the tempe-

Power consumption

868 W

patible with the full range of Airmaster's horizontal

rature of the fresh air by up to 15°C. The units are

Electrical connection

1x230 V AC 50 Hz

models, LON®, MODBUS® RTU RS485, BACnetTM

dimensioned for European conditions (outdoor

Duct connection

Ø200 mm

MS/TP, BACnetTM/IP, KNX® and the individual

temperature of 35°C, 40% relative humidity) based

Condensate drain

Ø16 mm

control panels, which together make Airmaster ven-

on standard DS/EN 14511-2. The cooling unit is ex-

De-icing interval

2h

tilation systems an efficient, economic and future-

cluded from the Pressure Equipment Directive (PED)

De-icing period

5°C or 10 min.

proof solution.

under the terms of Article 1 3.6.

Net weight

55 kg

COP value

2,6

Leakage current

<– 2 mA

Condensate pumps are available for all cooling units.

COMFORT COOLING

DEDICATED COOLING UNITS

2200

1600 1400 1200 1000 18

20

22

24

26

28

30

32

34

36

Outdoor temperature(°C)

Panels, front

AM 300 H (HORIZONTAL) WITH CC 300 AM ventilation unit

CC Cooling unit Panels, side

Wall frame

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Maximum cooling capacity

4065 W

Refrigerant

R407c

Filling

0,700 kg

Operating current

4,4 A

Power consumption

1033 W

COOLING CAPACITY (W)

TECHNICAL DATA

4500 4000 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500

Maximum cooling capacity

5622 W

Refrigerant

R407c

Filling

0,950 kg

Operating current

10,8 A

Power consumption

1991 W

Electrical connection

1x230 V AC 50 Hz

Duct connection

Ø315 mm

Condensate drain

Ø16 mm

Electrical connection

1x230 V AC 50 Hz

Duct connection

Ø250 mm

Condensate drain

Ø16 mm

De-icing interval

2h

De-icing interval

2h

De-icing period

5°C or 10 min.

De-icing period

5°C or 10 min.

Net weight

71,4 kg

Net weight

86 kg

COP value

4,2

COP value

2,82

Leakage current

<– 2 mA

Leakage current

<– 2 mA

AM 500 H (HORIZONTAL) WITH CC 500

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CC 800 COOLING CAPACITY (W)

TECHNICAL DATA

COMFORT COOLING

CC 500

0 15

20

25

30

Outdoor temperature °C

35

40

6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0 15

20

25

30

35

40

Outdoor temperature °C

AM 800 H (HORIZONTAL) WITH CC 800

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The ideal unit for small rooms such as offices for one or two people etc. The low noise level ensures that the unit is not noticeable.

75 m³/h

Maximum capacity at 35 dB(A)

100 m³/h

Throw (0,2 m/s)

3.5 m. at 75 m³/h

the newest of our decentra-

5.5 m. at 100 m³/h

lised ventilation units with heat recovery. AM 100 is dimensioned for an airflow of up to ap-

Electrical connection

1 ~ 230 V + N + PE / 50 Hz

prox. 100 m3/h at a noise level

Duct connections

Ø125 mm

of only 35 dB(A) at a distance

Condensate drain

Ø16 mm

of 1 metre and is thus perfect

Weight

42 kg

Heat exchanger

Countercurrent heat exchanger (aluminium)

Filter

F5 Standard, F7 Optional

Colour

Panels RAL 9010 (white)

AM 100 is also available with

Current

0.15 A

an F7 intake air filter. With

Supply cable

1.5 mm²

an F7 intake air filter and

Maximum power consumption by 30 dB(A)

21 W

Maximum power consumption by 35 dB(A)

27.5 W

Leakage current

<– 1 mA

for ventilation in smaller rooms such as offices etc.

parameter adjustment, the unit provides balanced ventilation. With an F7 intake air filter, the maximum air volume is reduced by approx. 5%.

ELECTRICAL HEATING SURFACE (OPTIONAL) Heating element

1 x 230 V

Heating capacity

500 W

Thermal cut-out, automatic reset

70°C

Thermal cut-out, manual reset

120°C

STANDARD & OPTIONAL FEATURES

VERTICAL MODEL

HORIZONTAL MODEL

Bypass

x

x

Electrical heating surface (preheating)

Electrical heating surface (comfort heating)

Water heating surface (comfort heating)

CO2 sensor (wall-mounted)

Condensate pump

• • • • • •

• • • • • •

Cooling unit

Motorised exhaust damper

x

x

Motorised main damper

x

x

Countercurrent heat exchanger (aluminium)

x

x

CO2 sensor (integrated) PIR/motion sensor Humidity sensor Thermostat

x : standard

32

AM 100 is the smallest and also

Maximum capacity at 30 dB(A)

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 100

AM 100

TECHNICAL DATA

• : optional

– : not available

33


AM 100 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - LEFT

AM 100 SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL (dB(A))

100

35

90

33

80 70

INTAKE

31

35 dBA

EXHAUST

29

60

27

30 dBA

50

25

40

23

30

21

20

19

10 20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

OT

17

100

30

40

50

Airflow (m3/h)

60

70

80

90

100

BP

Airflow (m3/h)

AM 100 POWER CONSUMPTION (W)

ET HE

MD

IF

AM 100 SFP W/(m3/s)

FT

1300

28 26 24

1200

CT

22 20

1100

18 16

1000

14

900

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

30

100

40

50

AM 100 TEMPERATURE EFFICIENCY (%)

25

30

35

40 45

50

55

60 65

70

80

90

100

MD IT

EXTRACTION

70

F1

CH*

AM 100 EXTERNAL PRESSURE DROP (Pa)

91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 20

60

CP*

BP

Airflow (m3/h)

Airflow (m3/h)

15

RT FL

EF

12 10

F2

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 100

AM 100 CAPACITY (%)

75

120 110 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

80 85 90 95 100 105

35 dBA 30 dBA

INLET 30

Airflow (m3/h)

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

110

Airflow (m3/h)

AM 100 THROW (0.2 m/s) 0m

10m

The Airmaster units provide different air throw lengths depending on supply air volume. The blue tones on the illustration on the left show the airflow at different throws.

1

1

AM 100

2

Name of component F1 Inlet fan F2 Exhaust fan IF Fresh air filter EF Exhaust air filter MD Main damper (motorised) BP Bypass damper

HE CT CP FT RT/FL OT

Countercurrent heat exchanger Condensate tray Condensate pump Float Room temperature sensor/flow sensor Outdoor temperature sensor

ET CH IT

Exhaust temperature sensor Comfort heating surface Inlet temperature sensor

Throw viewed from above Throw viewed from the side

2

75 m3/h 100 m3/h

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35


AM 100 V (VERTICAL) - RIGHT

AM 100 H (HORIZONTAL) - LEFT

AM 100 V (VERTICAL) - LEFT

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 100

36

AM 100 H (HORIZONTAL) - RIGHT

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On the AM 300, the electrical

Maximum capacity at 30 dB(A)

240 m³/h

Maximum capacity at 35 dB(A)

300 m³/h

Throw (0.15 m/s)

4.8 m. at 160 m³/h

heating surface can be used as a Virtual Preheater (VPH). With the help of a bypass, a VPH

5.7 m. at 220 m³/h

allows some of the cold fresh

6.5 m. at 300 m³/h

air to be guided around the

Electrical connection

1 ~ 230 V + N + PE / 50 Hz

heat exchanger directly into the

Duct connections

Ø200 mm

heating element. This protects

Condensate drain

Ø16 mm

Weight

49.8 kg

Heat exchanger

Countercurrent heat exchanger (aluminium)

Filter

F5 Standard, F7 Optional

Colour

Panels RAL 9010 (white)

Current

0.6 A

Supply cable

1.5 mm²

Maximum power consumption

100 W

Leakage current

<– 3 mA

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 300

AM 300

TECHNICAL DATA

the unit against icing up, even at very low outside temperatures.

WATER HEATING SURFACE (OPTIONAL)

Once the temperature and CO2 level of the room become too high, the sense of well-being decreases and productivity drops. There is also an increased risk of absence through illness.

Maximum operating temperature

90°C

Maximum operating pressure

10 bar

Heating capacity

400 W*

Pipe connection

3/8" (DN 10)

Material of pipes/louvres

copper/aluminium

Opening/closing time of motorised valve

< 60 s

* Capacity at flow/return water temperature of 70/40°C, Qw = 15 l/h

ELECTRICAL HEATING SURFACE (OPTIONAL) Heating elements

1 x 230 V

Heating capacity

1500 W

Thermal cut-out, automatic reset

70°C

Thermal cut-out, manual reset

120°C

STANDARD & OPTIONAL FEATURES

VERTICAL MODEL

HORIZONTAL MODEL

Automatic bypass (past heat exchanger)

Electrical heating surface (preheating)

Electrical heating surface (comfort heating) VPH

Condensate pump

• • • • • • • •

Cooling unit

• • • • • • • • •

Motorised exhaust damper

Motorised main damper

x

x

Countercurrent heat exchanger (aluminium)

x

x

Water heating surface (comfort heating) CO2 sensor (wall-mounted) CO2 sensor (integrated) PIR/motion sensor Humidity sensor Thermostat

x : standard 38

• : optional

– : not available 39


AM 300 SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL (dB(A))

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 300

AM 300 CAPACITY (%)

AM 300 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

40

100 30 dBA

80

35

35 dBA

T=0,9 s

60 30

40

35 dBA: the same with cooling unit

20

25

PI

ED

20

0 60

100

140

180

220

260

INTAKE

EXHAUST

T=0,6 s

140

300

160

180

200

220

240

260

280

300

Airflow (m3/h)

Airflow (m3/h)

OT

PE

FI

F2 AM 300 POWER CONSUMPTION (W)

AM 300 SFP W/(m3/s)

140

1600

120

1400 1200

100 with cooling unit

MD

ET

with cooling unit

1000

80

IF

800

60

EF

BP

HE

EXTRACTION

600

40

400

20

200

0

0 60

100

140

180

220

260

300

RT FL 60

100

140

Airflow (m3/h)

180

220

260

300

Airflow (m3/h)

CT

FT

CP AM 300 TEMPERATURE EFFICIENCY (%)

AM 300 EXTERNAL PRESSURE DROP (Pa)

88

200

+

87

IT

150

86 85

CH

100

84 83

INLET

50

82 81

0 60

100

140

180

220

260

140

300

Airflow (m3/h)

160

180

200

220

240

260

280

300

Airflow (m3/h)

AM 300 THROW (0.15 m/s) 0m

10m

The Airmaster units provide different air throw lengths depending on supply air volume. The blue tones on the illustration on the left show the airflow at different throws.

1

1

AM 300

2

Name of component F1 Inlet fan F2 Exhaust fan IF Fresh air filter EF Exhaust air filter MD Main damper (motorised) ED Exhaust damper (overpressure)

BP HE CT CP FT RT/FL OT

Bypass damper Countercurrent heat exchanger Condensate tray Condensate pump Float Room temperature sensor/flow sensor Outdoor temperature sensor

ET PI PE CH IT

Exhaust temperature sensor Connection for pressure gauge for airflow-measurement, inlet Connection for pressure gauge for airflow-measurement, extraction Comfort heating surface Inlet temperature sensor

Throw viewed from above Throw viewed from the side

2

160m3/h 220m3/h 300m3/h

40

41


AM 300 V (VERTICAL)

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 300

AM 300 H (HORIZONTAL)

AM 300 HB (HORIZONTAL) - INLET BOTTOM If the unit is to be installed in a room where air humidity level is high, we recommend connecting the unitâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s integrated condensate drain or adding a condensate pump (se page 22). It is also possible to connect ductwork to either supply or extract or both.

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The AM 500 is designed

Maximum capacity at 30 dB(A)

430 m³/h

Maximum capacity at 35 dB(A)

550 m³/h

Throw (0.15 m/s)

5 m. at 350 m³/h

for medium-sized rooms. A horizontal or vertical model is installed, depending on the

5.9 m. at 450 m³/h

type of room and the posi-

7.5 m. at 550 m³/h

tioning of the unit. The unit is

Electrical connection

1 ~ 230 V + N + PE / 50 Hz

available with the Airmaster

Duct connections

Ø250 mm

control panel, but it can also be

Condensate drain

Ø16 mm

Weight

100.6 kg

Heat exchanger

Countercurrent heat exchanger (aluminium)

Filter

F5 Standard, F7 Optional

Colour

Panels RAL 9010 (white)

Current

1.1 A

Supply cable

1.5 mm²

Maximum power consumption

132 W

Leakage current

<– 6 mA

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 500

AM 500

TECHNICAL DATA

connected to a BMS system. The CC module is a often used option. (optional item – for more information, see pages 28-31).

WATER HEATING SURFACE (OPTIONAL)

Investigations repeatedly confirm that poor indoor climate inhibits learning – as do noisy ventilation systems.

Maximum operating temperature

90°C

Maximum operating pressure

10 bar

Heating capacity

800 W*

Pipe connection

3/8" (DN 10)

Material of pipes/louvres

copper/aluminium

Opening/closing time of motorised valve

< 60 s

* Capacity at: flow/return temperature of 70/40°C, volume of water 25 l/h

ELECTRICAL HEATING SURFACE (OPTIONAL) Heating element

PREHEATING

COMFORT HEATING

1 x 230 V

1 x 230 V

Heating capacity

1000 W

630 W

Thermal cut-out, automatic reset

70°C

70°C

Thermal cut-out, manual reset

120°C

120°C

STANDARD & OPTIONAL FEATURES

VERTICAL MODEL

HORIZONTAL MODEL

Bypass

Condensate pump

• • • • • • • • • •

Cooling unit

Motorised exhaust damper

• • • • • • • • • • • •

Motorised main damper

x

x

Auto close for motorised main damper

Countercurrent heat exchanger (aluminium) x

x

Electrical heating surface (preheating) Electrical heating surface (comfort heating) Water heating surface (comfort heating) CO2 sensor (wall-mounted) CO2 sensor (integrated) PIR/motion sensor Humidity sensor Thermostat

x : standard 44

• : optional

– : not available 45


AM 500 SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL (dB(A))

100

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 500

AM 500 CAPACITY (%)

AM 500 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

40

80

35

35 dBA with cooling unit

30 dBA

60

INTAKE

EXHAUST

T=0,9 s

35 dBA

30

40

T=0,6 s

PI

25

20

50

100

150

200

250

300

350

400

450

500

200

550

OT

ED

20

0

250

300

350

400

450

500

550

PE

PH

Airflow (m3/h)

Airflow (m3/h)

FI

F2 AM 500 POWER CONSUMPTION (W)

IF

AM 500 SFP W/(m3/s)

160

1600

140

1400

with cooling unit

120

ET

1200

100

1000

80

800

60

600

40

400

20

200

0 50

150

250

350

450

MD

HE

with cooling unit

RT FL 50

150

250

Airflow (m3/h)

350

450

550

Airflow (m3/h)

FT

CT CP

AM 500 EXTERNAL PRESSURE DROP (Pa)

94

EXTRACTION

0

550

AM 500 TEMPERATURE EFFICIENCY (%)

EF

BP

CH

+

200

IT

92

150

90 88

100

86 84

INLET

50

82

0

80 50

100

150

200

250

300

350

400

450

500

50

550

100

150

200

250

300

350

400

450

500

550

Airflow (m3/h)

Airflow (m3/h)

AM 500 THROW (0.15 m/s) 0m

10m

The Airmaster units provide different air throw lengths depending on supply air volume. The blue tones on the illustration on the left show the airflow at different throws.

1

1

AM 500

2

Name of component F1 Inlet fan F2 Exhaust fan IF Fresh air filter EF Exhaust air filter MD Main damper (motorised) ED Exhaust damper (overpressure)

BP HE CT CP FT RT/FL OT

Bypass damper Countercurrent heat exchanger Condensate tray Condensate pump Float Room temperature sensor/flow sensor Outdoor temperature sensor

ET PI PE CH PH IT

Exhaust temperature sensor Connection for pressure gauge for airflow-measurement, inlet Connection for pressure gauge for airflow-measurement, extraction Comfort heating surface Preheating surface (optional) Inlet temperature sensor

Throw viewed from above Throw viewed from the side

2

350m3/h 450m3/h 550m3/h

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47


AM 500 V (VERTICAL)

If the unit is to be installed in a room where air humidity level is high, we

AM 500 HB (HORIZONTAL) - INLET BOTTOM

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 500

AM 500 H (HORIZONTAL)

recommend connecting the unitâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s integrated condensate drain or adding a condensate pump (se page 22). It is also possible to connect ductwork to either supply or extract or both.

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Human beings are sensitive to changes in the air: There has to be a natural equilibrium between the temperature, oxygen and CO2 content for us to feel comfortable.

AM 800 is designed for larger

Maximum capacity at 30 dB(A)

650 m³/h

Maximum capacity at 35 dB(A)

725 m³/h

Throw (0.15 m/s)

6.5 m at 500 m³/h

rooms involving moderate demand, and is therefore the perfect choice for classrooms.

7.4 m at 600 m³/h

A horizontal or vertical model

8.1 m at 700 m³/h

is installed, depending on the

Electrical connection

1 ~ 230 V + N + PE / 50 Hz

type of room and the posi-

Duct connections

Ø315 mm

tioning of the unit. The unit is

Condensate drain

Ø16 mm

Weight

131.2 kg

Heat exchanger

2 countercurrent exchangers (aluminium)

Filter

F5 Standard, F7 Optional

Colour

Paneler RAL 9010 (white)

Current

1.0 A

Supply cable

1.5 mm²

Maximum power consumption

156 W

Leakage current

<– 6 mA

available with the Airmaster control panel, but it can also be

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 800

AM 800

TECHNICAL DATA

connected to a BMS system. The CC module is an often used option. (optional item – for more information, see page 28-31).

WATER HEATING SURFACE (OPTIONAL) Maximum operating temperature

90°C

Maximum operating pressure

10 bar

Heating capacity

1100 W*

Pipe connection

1/2" (DN 15)

Material of pipes/louvres

copper/aluminium

Opening/closing time of motorised valve

< 60 s

* Capacity at: delivery/return temperature of 70/40°C, volume of water 32 l/h

ELECTRICAL HEATING SURFACE (OPTIONAL) Heating element

PREHEATING

COMFORT HEATING

1 x 230 V

1 x 230 V

Heating capacity

1500 W

1000 W

Thermal cut-out, automatic reset

70°C

70°C

Thermal cut-out, manual reset

120°C

120°C

STANDARD & OPTIONAL FEATURES

VERTICAL MODEL

HORIZONTAL MODEL

Bypass

Condensate pump

• • • • • • • • • •

Cooling unit

Motorised exhaust damper

x

• • • • • • • • • • • •

Electrical heating surface (preheating) Electrical heating surface (comfort heating) Water heating surface (comfort heating) CO2 sensor (wall-mounted) CO2 sensor (integrated) PIR/motion sensor Humidity sensor Thermostat

x (w. cooling unit) Returnfunction for motorised main damper

Motorised main damper

x

x

Countercurrent heat exchanger (aluminium) x

x

x : standard

50

• : optional

– : not available

51


PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 800

AM 800 CAPACITY (%)

AM 800 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

AM 800 SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL (dB(A)) 40

100 35 dBA with cooling unit

80

35

35 dBA

60

30 dBA

T=0,9 s

INTAKE

EXHAUST

30 T=0,6 s

40 25

20

150

200

250

300

350

400

450

500

550

600

650

700

750

400

450

500

550

Airflow (m3/h)

600

650

700

120

600

CT

FT

400

40

HE

200 0

0 150

250

350

450

550

650

150

750

250

350

450

550

650

AM 800 TEMPERATURE EFFICIENCY (%)

180

90

160

89

140

BP

EXTRACTION

AM 800 EXTERNAL PRESSURE DROP (Pa)

91

CP

EF

750

Airflow (m3/h)

Airflow (m3/h)

F2

PI

with cooling unit

800

80

BP

F1

1000

with cooling unit

PE

MD

1200

160

ET

IF

AM 800 SFP W/(m3/s)

200

ED

750

Airflow (m3/h)

AM 800 POWER CONSUMPTION (W)

OT

PH

20

0

RT FL

CH IT

120

88

100

87

80

86

60

85

40

84

20

83

INLET

0 150

200

250

300

350

400

450

500

550

600

650

700

150

750

Airflow (m3/h)

250

350

450

550

650

750

Airflow (m3/h)

AM 800 THROW (0.15 m/s) 0m

10m

The Airmaster units distribute the supply air to different degrees, depending on the given airflow. The blue tones on the illustration on the left show the airflow at different throws.

1

AM 800

1 2

Name of component F1 Inlet fan F2 Exhaust fan IF Fresh air filter EF Exhaust air filter MD Main damper (motorised) ED Exhaust damper (overpressure)

BP HE CT CP FT RT/FL OT

Bypass damper Countercurrent heat exchanger Condensate tray Condensate pump Float Room temperature sensor/flow sensor Outdoor temperature sensor

ET PI PE PH CH IT

Exhaust temperature sensor Connection for pressure gauge for airflow-measurement, inlet Connection for pressure gauge for airflow-measurement, extraction Preheating surface (optional) Comfort heating surface Inlet temperature sensor

Throw viewed from above Throw viewed from the side

2

500m3/h 600m3/h 700m3/h

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AM 800 V (VERTICAL)

If the unit is to be installed in a room where air humidity level is high, we

AM 800 HB (HORIZONTAL) - INLET BOTTOM

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 800

AM 800 H (HORIZONTAL)

recommend connecting the unitâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s integrated condensate drain or adding a condensate pump (se page 22). It is also possible to connect ductwork to either supply or extract or both.

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Normal capacity, mixing

AM 900 is available in two

830 m³/h at 35 dB(A)

models, which can either be

690 m³/h at 30 dB(A) Normal capacity, displacement

positioned free-standing on

800 m³/h at 35 dB(A)

the floor or discreetly between

650 m³/h at 30 dB(A) Mixing, throw (0.15 m/s)

Displacement, near zone (0.15 m/s)

cupboards to form an integrat-

Adjustable grille, 1/1, 7 m at 830 m³/h

ed part of the room. The unit

Adjustable grille, 1/1, 6 m at 700 m³/h

has been developed so that it

Adjustable grille, 2/3, 12 m at 850 m³/h

can function either as mixing

Adjustable grille, 2/3, 9 m at 700 m³/h

ventilation or as displacement

Adjustable grille, 1/2, 12 m at 700 m³/h

ventilation, depending on room

Near zone from fitting, approx. 1.5 m at 800 m³/h

layout and use.

Near zone from fitting, approx. 1.2 m at 650 m³/h Electrical connection

1 ~ 230 V, 50 Hz, N + PE

Duct connections

Ø315 mm

Condensate drain (optional)

Ø16 mm

Weight

180 kg

Heat exchanger

3 countercurrent exchangers (plastic)

Filters

F5 standard

Colour

Ral 9010 (white)

Current

1.8 A

Supply cable

1.5 mm²

Maximum power consumption

240 W

Leakage current

<– 6 mA

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 900

AM 900

TECHNICAL DATA

AM 900 is designed for larger rooms such as, e.g. classrooms, meeting rooms and office areas.

WATER HEATING SURFACE (OPTIONAL) Maximum operating temperature

90°C

Maximum operating pressure

10 bar

Heating capacity

1156 W*

Connection dimension

1/2" (DN 15)

Material of pipes/louvres

copper/aluminium

Opening/closing time of motorised valve < 60 s * Capacity at: flow/return temperature of 70/40°C, volume of water 33 l/h

ELECTRICAL HEATING SURFACE (optional)

PREHEATING

COMFORT HEATING

Heating element

1 x 230 V

1 x 230 V

Heating capacity

1500 W

1050 W

Thermal cut-out, automatic reset

70°C

70°C

Thermal cut-out, manual reset

120°C

120°C

Decentralised ventilation gives you the freedom to change your mind. The ventilation can be easily reconfigured if the rooms are to be used for a different purpose.

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MIXING DISPLACEMENT HORIZONTAL MODEL VERTICAL MODEL

DISPLACEMENT HORIZONTAL MODEL

Condensate pump

• • • • • • • • • •

• • • • • • • • • •

• • • • • • • • • •

• • • • • • • • • •

Cooling unit

Motorised exhaust damper

x

x

Motorised main damper

x

x

x

x

Countercurrent heat exchanger (plastic) x

x

x

x

Bypass Electrical heating surface (preheating) Electrical heating surface (comfort heating) Water heating surface (comfort heating) CO2 sensor (wall-mounted) CO2 sensor (integrated) PIR/motion sensor Humidity sensor Thermostat

• : optional

x : standard

AM 900 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - MIXING

INTAKE

EXHAUST

PH

ED

IF

ET

OT

F2

F1 MD

PE

PI

HE

EF

FT

– : not available

EXTRACTION

BP

CT

CH

CP

RT FL

IT

Name of component F1 Inlet fan F2 Exhaust fan IF Fresh air filter EF Exhaust air filter MD Main damper (motorised) ED Exhaust damper (overpressure) BP Bypass damper HE Countercurrent heat exchanger CT Condensate tray CP Condensate pump FT Float RT/FL Room temperature sensor/flow sensor OT Outdoor temperature sensor ET Exhaust temperature sensor PI Connection for pressure gauge for airflow-measurement, inlet PE Connection for pressure gauge for airflow-measurement, extraction PH Preheating surface (optional) CH Comfort heating surface IT Inlet temperature sensor

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 900

STANDARD & OPTIONAL FEATURES MIXING VERTICAL MODEL

INLET

AM 900 MIXING - CAPACITY (%) 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

AM 900 MIXING - SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL (dB(A)) 40 38 36

30 dBA

AM 900 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - DISPLACEMENT

34 32 30 28 26

35 dBA

T=0,9 s T=0,6 s

INTAKE

EXHAUST

24 22 20

100

200

300

400

500

600

700

800

900

500

550

600

Airflow (m3/h)

650

700

750

800

850

PH

ED

Airflow (m3/h)

IF

AM 900 MIXING - POWER CONSUMPTION (W)

AM 900 MIXING - SFP W/(m /s)

100

200

300

400

500

600

700

800

EF CP

200

300

400

500

600

700

800

EXTRACTION

900

RT FL

CH IT

AM 900 MIXING - EXTERNAL PRESSURE DROP (Pa)

100 98 96 94 92 90 88 86 84 82 80

BP

CT

Airflow (m3/h)

AM 900 MIXING - TEMPERATURE EFFICIENCY (%)

PI HE

FT

100

900

F1 MD

PE

Airflow (m3/h)

250 35 dB(A)

200

30 dB(A)

INLET

150 100 50 0 100

200

300

400

500

Airflow (m3/h)

58

F2

1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0

240 220 200 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0

OT

ET

3

600

700

800

900

100

200

300

400

500

600

700

800

900

Airflow (m3/h)

59


AM 900 H (HORIZONTAL) - DISPLACEMENT

AM 900 V (VERTICAL) - MIXING

AM 900 V (VERTICAL) - DISPLACEMENT

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 900

60

AM 900 H (HORIZONTAL) - MIXING

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AM 900 ROOF CAP

0m

12m The Airmaster units provide different air throw lengths depending on supply air volume. The blue tones on the illustration on the left show the airflow at different throws. 1

Throw viewed from above

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 900

AM 900 THROW - MIXING (0.15 m/s)

AM 900

The throw and distribution of the supply air in the room can be adapted to the geometry of the room by adjusting the supply opening.

min. 7 m

max. 12 m

1

AM 900 THROW - DISPLACEMENT (0.15 M/S)

0m

3m The result applies to an supply air temperature deficit of 3-5째C. Throw viewed from above

AM 900

2

2

62

650m3/h 800m3/h

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FUNCTION AND DESIGN A PRIORITY

AM 1200 is a floor-mounted unit available in a horizon-

Ventilation should not just be seen as a technical com-

tal and vertical model. The unit can be placed against a

ponent: it also plays an active role in a roomâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s function.

wall (right/left variant) or free-standing (centre variant).

In the field of decentralised ventilation, the AM 1200 is

With the various types of panel design, the surface

a byword for combining fresh air and elegant design. It

can be used as a notice board, mirror or equipped with

has a lot more uses than you might think.

acoustic boards â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the sky is the limit.

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 1200

AM 1200

THE MANY POSSIBILITIES WITH AM 1200

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35 DB(A)

30 DB(A)

right/left

1180 m /h

centre

1310 m /h

3

3

90° C

930 m /h

Maximum operating pressure

10 bar

1050 m /h

Heating capacity

2240 W*

Connection dimension

3/4" (DN 20)

Material of pipes/louvres

copper/aluminium

3

3

Vertical, Ø400 mm right/left centre

1130 m3/h 1260 m3/h

870 m3/h 980 m3/h

right/left

1060 m3/h

820 m3/h

centre

1170 m /h

920 m3/h

3

TECHNICAL DATA

Throw (0.15 m/s) – right/left

Opening/closing time of motorised valve <60 s * Capacity at: flow/return temperature of 65/35°, volume of water 72 l/h

Vertical, Ø315 mm

Throw (0.15 m/s) - centre

WATER HEATING SURFACE (OPTIONAL) Maximum operating temperature

Horizontal

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 1200

CAPACITY

ELECTRICAL HEATING SURFACE (OPTIONAL)

PREHEATING

COMFORT HEATING

Min. 4.5 m at 1000 m3/h

Heating element

1 x 230 V

1 x 230 V

Max. 5.5 m at 1000 m3/h

Heating capacity

2500 W

1670 W

Min. 5.5 m at 1300 m3/h

Thermal cut-out, automatic reset

70°

70°

Max. 7.0 m at 1300 m3/h

Thermal cut-out, manual reset

120°

120°

Min. 6.5 m at 1000 m3/h Max. 7.5 m at 1000 m3/h Min. 7.5 m at 1300 m3/h Max. 9.5 m at 1300 m3/h

Electrical connection – with preheating surface

3~230 V + N + PE/50 Hz (note: preheating surface to be provided with a dedicated phase)

Electrical connection

1~230 V + N + PE/50 Hz

Duct connection

Ø400 mm

Condensate drain Weight

STANDARD & OPTIONAL FEATURES

VERTICAL MODEL CENTRE

VERTICAL MODEL RIGHT/LEFT

HORIZONTAL MODEL HORIZONTAL MODEL CENTRE RIGHT/LEFT

Ø16 mm

Bypass

x

x

x

x

Centre model 630 kg

Electrical heating surface (preheating)

Right-/left model 545 kg

Electrical heating surface (comfort heating)

Heat exchanger

4 countercurrent exchangers (aluminium)

Water heating surface (comfort heating)

Filter

F5 standard, F7 for fresh air optional item

CO2 sensor (wall-mounted)

Current

Unit without electrical heating surface 1.4 A

CO2 sensor (integrated)

Electrical preheating surface 10.9 A

PIR/motion sensor

Electrical comfort heating surface 7.3 A

Humidity sensor

Supply cable

1.5 mm2

Thermostat

Maximum power consumption

254 W

Condensate pump

• • • • • • • • •

• • • • • • • • •

• • • • • • • • •

• • • • • • • • •

Leakage current

<– 9 mA

Cooling unit

Spring-return actuator on main damper (for fresh air and exhaust air)

x

x

x

x

Countercurrent heat exchanger (aluminium)

x

x

x

x

x : standard

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• : optional

– : not available

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Horizontal model

AM 1200 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

Centre*

EXHAUST

Right

INTAKE

Left Vertical model

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 1200

INSTALLATION POSITION

MODEL

PI

4

3

Centre*

MD

MD

Right

PH

Left

PE

IF

* If the centre model is required to be of freestanding type, a back panel is fitted to finish it off (option).

FI

F2

BP

ET

1

EF

BP

HE

EXTRACTION

2

1: Right and left (mounting in the corner) 2: Right and left (mounting along the wall)

OT

RT FL

FT

CT

3: Centre (mounting against the wall)

CP

4: Centre (mounting as free-standing)

CH

+ IT

INLET

AM 1200 PANEL DESIGNS

COLOURS

SIZE

Chipboard with melamine

White

600x500

Chipboard with melamine

Black

600x500

MDF

Lacquered (all colours)

600x500

MDF

Lacquered (all colours)

1200x1000

MDF with whiteboard laminate

White

MDF with notice board surface

Black

1200x1000

Mirror bonded to MDF

Mirror

1200x1000

Sound-absorbing wood (Acoustic Lightboard)

White

1200x1000

White

1200x1000

Sound-absorbing foam, printed/unprinted

1200x1000

Name of component F1 Inlet fan F2 Exhaust fan IF Fresh air filter EF Exhaust air filter MD Main damper (motorised) BP Bypass damper HE Countercurrent heat exchanger

CT CP FT RT/FL OT ET

Condensate tray Condensate pump Float Room temperature sensor/flow sensor Outdoor temperature sensor Exhaust temperature sensor

PI PE PH CH IT

Connection for pressure gauge for airflow-measurement, inlet Connection for pressure gauge for airflow-measurement, extraction Preheating surface (optional) Comfort heating surface Inlet temperature sensor

AM 1200 has a spring-return actuator on the main dampers as standard, both on the intake and exhaust.

AM 1200 COLOUR OPTIONS Lacquered MDF boards are supplied in the standard colours shown, but all RAL colours are available at an additional cost.

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AM 1200 V CAPACITY (%) - Ø400 MM

100

100

90

90

80

80

70

70

60

Right/left 35 dBA

40

Centre 30 dBA

30

Right/left 30 dBA

20 300

60

Centre 35 dBA

50

400

500

600

700

800

900

1000

1100

1200

1300

Centre 35 dBA

50

Right/left 35 dBA

40

Centre 30 dBA

30 20 300

Right/left 30 dBA 400

500

600

100 90 80 70 60

Centre 35 dBA

50

Right/left 35 dBA

40

Centre 30 dBA

30

Right/left 30 dBA

20 500

600

700

800

900

1000

1100

1200

1300

40 38 36 34 32 30 28 26 24 22 20 500

350

38

300

36 34

250

32

200

30 28 24 22 900

1300

600

700

800

1000

1100

1200

1300

1100

1200

1300

500

1400

70 60 50

120

Centre, 30 dBA Right/left, 35 dBA Right/left, 30 dBA

100

900

1000

1100

1200

1300

1400

900

1100

1200

1300

1100

1200

1300

1400

Centre, 35 dBA Centre, 30 dBA Right/left, 35 dBA Right/left, 30 dBA

0

500

600

700

800

900

1000

1100

1200

1300

500

1400

600

700

800

900

1000

1100

1200

1300

1400

Airflow (m3/h)

AM 1200 V EXTERNAL PRESSURE DROP (Pa) – Ø315MM - FRESH AIR

1000

1000

Roof cap Ø400 mm

Airflow (m3/h)

Vertical Ø400 mm

900

20

100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 800

800

60

10

Horizontal

700

700

40

20

Vertical Ø315 mm

600

600

80

0 800

Centre, 30 dBA Right/left, 35 dBA Right/left, 30 dBA

140

Centre, 35 dBA

30

Centre Right/left 700

Centre, 35 dBA

AM 1200 V EXTERNAL PRESSURE DROP (Pa) – Ø400 MM - EXHAUST

40

600

Wall grille

Airflow (m3/h)

Roof cap Ø400 mm

AM 1200 V EXTERNAL PRESSURE DROP (Pa) – Ø315MM - EXHAUST 140

Roof cap Ø315 mm Centre, 35 dBA

120

Centre, 30 dBA Right/left, 35 dBA Right/left, 30 dBA

100

Roof cap Ø315 mm Centre, 35 dBA Centre, 30 dBA Right/left, 35 dBA Right/left, 30 dBA

80 60 40 20

500

600

Airflow (m3/h)

AM 1200 SFP W/(m3/s)

1000

90

50

1400

900

AM 1200 V EXTERNAL PRESSURE DROP (Pa) – Ø400 MM -FRESH AIR

100

0 500

100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

Airflow (m3/h)

80

Airflow (m3/h)

1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 500

1200

150

Ø315 mm centre Ø315 mm right/left Ø400 mm centre Ø400 mm right/left

26

800

1100

AM 1200 POWER CONSUMPTION (W)

40

700

1000

Airflow (m3/h)

AM 1200 V SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL (dB(A))

600

900

AM 1200 H EXTERNAL PRESSURE DROP (Pa) – EXHAUST AIR

Wall grille Centre, 35 dBA Centre, 30 dBA Right/left, 35 dBA Right/left, 30 dBA

100

Airflow (m3/h)

20 500

800

AM 1200 H SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL (dB(A))

AM 1200 V CAPACITY (%) - Ø315 MM

400

700

120 110 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 500

Airflow (m3/h)

Airflow (m3/h)

300

AM 1200 H EXTERNAL PRESSURE DROP (Pa) – FRESH AIR

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 1200

AM 1200 H CAPACITY (%)

700

800

900

1000

1100

1200

1300

0 500

1400

600

700

800

900

1000

1100

1200

1300

1400

Airflow (m3/h)

Airflow (m3/h)

AM 1200 TEMPERATURE EFFICIENCY (%) 88 87

AM 1200 THROW (0.15 m/s)

86

0m

85

Vertical Ø315 mm Horizontal Vertical Ø400 mm 600

700

800

900

Airflow (m3/h)

1000

1100

1200

1300

11m

1

84 83 82 500

600

700

800

900

1000

1100

1200

1300 m3/h Max. Min. 1000 m3/h Max. Min.

1300

Airflow (m3/h)

AM 1200

The Airmaster units provide different air throw lengths depending on supply air volume. The blue tones on the illustration on the left show the airflow at different throws.

AM 1200

2

70

1 2

Throw viewed from above Throw viewed from the side

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AM 1200 H (HORIZONTAL) - RIGHT

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 1200

AM 1200 H (HORIZONTAL) - CENTRE

AM 1200 H (HORIZONTAL) - LEFT

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AM 1200 V (VERTICAL) - RIGHT

AM 1200 V (VERTICAL) - LEFT

AM 1200 ROOF CAP UNIT Ø315

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM 1200

AM 1200 V (VERTICAL) - CENTRE

A panel box is available for the roof cover module to cover intake and exhaust. White as standard.

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CV 80 equals low energy con-

Maximum capacity at 30 dB(A)

80 m³/h

Electrical connection

1 ~ 230 V + N + PE / 50 Hz

Duct connections

Ø125 mm

Condensate drain

Ø16 mm

The unit has been designed

Weight

30 kg

to use a limited duct system

Heat exchanger

countercurrent exchangers (aluminium)

for ventilation as CV 80 is part

Filter

F5 Standard, F7 Optional

usually supplied into living

Colour

Black

areas, and extraction used in

Current

0.16 A

bathrooms and kitchens/open-

Supply cable

1.5 mm²

Maximum power consumption

22 W

Leakage current

<– 1 mA

ELECTRICAL HEATING SURFACE (OPTIONAL) Heating element

1 x 230 V

Heating capacity

500 W

Thermal cut-out, automatic reset

70°C

Thermal cut-out, manual reset

120°C

sumption, low noise levels and high heat rate of recovery.

of the ducting. Intake air is

PRODUCT INFORMATION CV 80

CV 80

TECHNICAL DATA

plan kitchens.

CV 80 is also available with an F7 intake air filter. With an F7 intake air filter and parameter adjustment, the unit provides balanced ventilation. With an F7 intake air filter, the maximum air volume is reduced by

STANDARD & OPTIONAL FEATURES Bypass

VERTICAL MODEL x

HORIZONTAL MODEL x

Electrical heating surface (preheating)

Electrical heating surface (comfort heating)

Water heating surface (comfort heating)

CO2 sensor (wall-mounted)

Thermostat

• • • • •

• • • • •

Condensate pump

x

x

Cooling unit

Motorised exhaust damper

x

x

Motorised main damper

x

x

Countercurrent heat exchanger (aluminium)

x

x

CO2 sensor (integrated) PIR/motion sensor Humidity sensor

x : standard

• : optional

approx. 4%.

– : not available

Ventilation in apartments and multi-storey buildings that complies with the most recent energy standards. 76

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STANDARD FLOW 80 m3/h 32 Pa back pressure

Average frequency (Hz)

LWA

LpA/ 1 m distance

CV 80 CAPACITY (m3/h)

CV 80 SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL (dB(A))

80 70

63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

8000

dB(A)

dB(A)

Case*

28

31

32

25

27.4

21.4

19.6

18.5

36.7

29.8

Inlet**

45

49

49

39

41.6

31.1

23

16.4

53.3

40

Extraction**

36

42

42

36

29

12.1

0.1

-6.8

45.9

30

Intake**

43

48

48

33

26.1

12.3

6.63

4.02

51.8

Exhaust**

39

50

52

46

47.7

39.8

31.5

20.5

55.7

Case*

27

33

36

30

31

25.8

21.5

19.3

39.6

Inlet**

49

54

55

45

45.1

37.2

31.4

23.1

58.8

60 50

20 10 20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100%

32 30 28 26 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 30

40

50

60

70

80

90

70

80

90

Airflow (m3/h)

MAXIMUM FLOW 90 m3/h 42 Pa back pressure

32.7

Extraction**

38

45

46

40

31.6

16.7

4.73

-4.7

49.3

Intake**

46

52

52

38

28.7

16.6

10.7

7.88

55.6

25

Exhaust**

42

52

57

50

49.2

44.4

37

27.3

59.4

23

CV 80 POWER CONSUMPTION (W)

CV 80 SFP W/(m3/s) 1200

21

*

PRODUCT INFORMATION CV 80

NOISE EFFECT LEVEL CV80

Noise effect level (A weighted average) for emissions from the case, measured in accordance with EN/ISO 3744

1100

19

** Noise effect level (A weighted average) for emissions to duct, measured in accordance with EN/ISO 5136

17

Note: Sound data are not sensitive to changes in back pressure. Data for 1/3 octave bands can be obtained from Airmaster A/S.

15

1000

13 11

900

30

40

50

60

70

80

30

90

40

50

CV 80 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

CV 80 TEMPERATURE EFFICIENCY (%)*

CV 80 EXTERNAL PRESSURE DROP (Pa) 120 110 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

91

INTAKE

EXHAUST

89 87 85 83 81 15

30

45

60

Airflow (m3/h)

Airflow (m3/h)

60

75

90

1

6 5 2 4 3

30

40

60

70

80

90

100

Airflow (m3/h)

Airflow (m3/h)

* measured without condensation, if condensation is included, efficiency rises up to 95%.

50

1: CV 80 (30 dB(A)

4: 1000 Ws/m3

2: CV 80 ducts

5: 1200 Ws/m3

3: Wall grille

6: 1400 Ws/m3

EXTRACTION

INLET

Name of component F1 Inlet fan F2 Exhaust fan IF Fresh air filter EF Exhaust air filter MD Main damper (motorised) BP Bypass damper 78

HE CT CP FT RT/FL OT

Countercurrent heat exchanger Condensate tray Condensate pump Float Room temperature sensor/flow sensor Outdoor temperature sensor

ET CH IT

Exhaust temperature sensor Comfort heating surface Inlet temperature sensor

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INSTALLATION

TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT

The CV 80 is installed above the ceiling in the bathroom.

EXAMPLES FOR CV

Bathroom

Projekteringsforslag

Living room

Intake

Fresh air

Exhaust

Exhaust air

Entrance

Bedroom

Intake and exhaust through the wall grille in the exterior wall.

PRODUCT INFORMATION CV 80

vindue ind her

Living room

Kitchen

Kitchen

ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT

Balcony

The CV 80 is installed above the ceiling in the bathroom. Bathroom

THREE-STOREY RESIDENTIAL BUILDING

CV on 2nd floor installed with intake

Intake and exhaust through the wall grille in the exterior wall.

Living room

Roof

through facade grilles in external wall and exhaust through the roof. vindue ind her Living room

CV with intake and exhaust through facade

Bathroom

ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS

grilles in external wall on 1st and ground floors.

2. floor

in the bathroom.

suspended ceilings with ducting for supply Kitchen

Entrance

Supply and extraction are located in the rooms that require ventilation.

Kitchen

Bathroom

Kitchen

The CV 80 is installed above the ceiling

The ventilation units are installed above and extraction.

Bathroom

Bathroom

vindue ind her

Intake and exhaust through the wall grille in the exterior wall. NB: Option for an inverted unit.

1. floor

Living room Bathroom

Bedroom

Ground floor

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FOR ORDERING

3

PRODUCT INFORMATION CV 80

GUIDE See drawings page 84

2 1

EPPCONSTRUCTION

TYPE

FLOW

CV

80

EXTRACTION

INTAKE

R

B

(right side)

(rear)

L

T

(left side)

(top)

FLEXIBLE LOCATION OF INTAKE AND EXHAUST

sections – a filter section (1), an exchanger sec-

The ventilation unit is part of the ducting. The

tion (2) and a motor section (3). All unit parts and

exchanger section includes inlet, extraction and

components are installed in or on the moulded

intake. The intake can be placed in three different

EPP sections which are finally assembled into one

places on either the right or left side.

tight and closed unit.

GRILLE

G0

B

(standard) 2 x Ø125

(rear)

G1

T

(extraction grille) Ø125 + grille

(top)

One option from each column S

can be selected. A complete EPP construction comprises three

EXHAUST

(side)

G2

S

(inlet airflow grille) Grille + Ø125

(side)

FOR EXAMPLE:

A CV 80 is required with extraction from the room to the right, intake of fresh air through the wall behind the system and exhaust leading above the ceiling, ducts for both exhaust air and fresh air. Product name = CV 80 R B T G0

The exhaust is always located in the motor section where there are also three different location options.

EXAMPLE 33 PA PRESSURE DROP – Ø125 / Ø100

INTAKE Airmaster wall grille

CV 80 L - left model

Ø100 on

cti

du

Re

EXTRACTION 2 Check valve

EXHAUST Airmaster wall grille

ipe

Tp

CV 80

90° Ø125 EXTRACTION 1 Check valve

EXTRACTION 1 Duct length: 7,25 m Airflow: 54,0 m3/h Pressure drop:

18,1 Pa

EXTRACTION 2 Duct length: 10,0 m Airflow: 80,0 m3/h Pressure drop:

— — — —

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Inlet Extraction Exhaust (three different location options) Intake (three different location options)

18,1 Pa

Ø125

INTAKE Duct length: Airflow: Pressure drop:

6,0 m 80,0 m3/h 14,1 Pa

EXHAUST Duct length: Airflow:

6,0 m 80,0 m3/h

Pressure drop:

14,1 Pa

INLET Check valve

INLET Duct length: Airflow:

6,0 m 80,0 m3/h

Pressure drop:

18,1 Pa

CV 80 R - right model The demand for the energy consumption of transporting the air in the system must be low, which requires correctly dimensioning of the ducting.

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CV 80 RTT EXTRACTION RIGHT - INTAKE TOP - EXHAUST TOP

CV 80 LBB EXTRACTION LEFT - INTAKE BACK - EXHAUST BACK

CV 80 LTT EXTRACTION LEFT - INTAKE TOP - EXHAUST TOP

PRODUCT INFORMATION CV 80

84

CV 80 RBB EXTRACTION RIGHT - INTAKE BACK - EXHAUST BACK

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COMPONENTS

FOR THE CV RANGE

PRODUCT INFORMATION CV 80

CV 80 RSS EXTRACTION RIGHT - INTAKE SIDE - EXHAUST SIDE

STANDARD:

EC MOTORS built-in to the EPP construction. Efficient

COUNTERCURRENT HEAT EXCHANGER with

EC motors help to deliver a total energy consumption

documented efficiency of up to approx. 85% according

(SFP) < approx. 950 W/(m3/s) including duct counter-

to EN308 and up to 95% with condensation.

pressure.

CV 80 LSS EXTRACTION LEFT - INTAKE SIDE - EXHAUST SIDE BYPASS with automatic regulation of 0-100% air flow

TEMPERATURE SENSORS on exhaust, intake, extrac-

around heat exchangers, depending on temperatures

tion and supply ensures correct operation in synergy

and setpoints. Also used for automatic night time

with the advanced programming of the Airmaster

cooling.

controller.

DOUBLE MOTORISED MAIN DAMPER ensures that no

FILTERS on both extraction and exhaust air protect the

air penetrates the system when it is not in operation.

ventilators and heat exchanger from dirt. F5 filter as standard and optional F7 filter. Easily change the filter by removing the filter cassette.

CONDENSATION TROUGH WITH FLOAT stops the sys-

CONDENSATION PUMP with a lifting height of up to

tem if the condensation pump fails or the condensa-

six metres as standard.

tion pumpâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s feed/outlet becomes clogged. 86

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Ød

ROOF FLASHING

Ød

Ød AM 100/CV 80

250

AM 300

315

AM 500

355

AM 800/AM 900/AM 1200

450

AM 1200

500

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM RANGE

ROOF PENETRATION SHEATHING AND FITTINGS

Ød = internal diameter Roof flashing is available in galvanised metal or as grey Perform sheeting; both come with a galvanised metal pipe collar Also available in black, at extra charge.

FACADE GRILLES supplied with built-in birds net to protect against heavy rain.

SOUND ABSORBER used if there are special requirements for sound-proofing, e.g. in residential areas.

INSULATED PENETRATION DUCTING

CEILING BRACKETS to secure unit directly on the ceiling as support if the unit cannot be placed on the wall alone.

VAPOUR BARRIER MEMBRANE used around pipes for wall or roof ducts. Ensures tight vapour membrane after ducting.

ADJUSTABLE CEILING BRACKETS which is height-adjustable.

ØD

AM 100/CV 80

125

250

AM 300

200

315

AM 500

250

355

AM 800/AM 900/AM 1200

315

450

AM 1200

400

500

L = 900 / 1200 depending on pitch

Ød

Ød

ØD

WALL COVER for AM 900. Used when intake and exhaust need to be located close together and ensures against external short circuiting.

Ød = internal diameter · ØD = external diameter The insulated penetration ducting has a minimum of 50 mm insulation. The length of the penetration ducting depends on the pitch of the roof: Pitch 0°-30° = length 900 mm · Pitch 31°-45° = length 1200 mm Also available in black, at extra charge.

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H

ROOF PENETRATION KIT

Ød ØD

Ød

ØD

H

AM 100/CV 80

125

250

230

AM 300

200

315

380

AM 500

250

355

437

AM 800/AM 900/AM 1200

315

450

540

AM 1200

400

500

700

A full roof penetration kit consists of 2 pieces of insulated penetration ducting, 2 roof flashing items, 1 exhaust cap, 1 louvred cap, 2 connectors and 3 metres of spiral pipe.

Ød = internal diameter · ØD = external diameter H = height NB: The height dimensions indicated are to the upper edge of the lowest hole. The exhaust cap has the same external dimensions as Airmaster’s insulated pipework, providing an optimum fit. Also available in black, at extra charge.

LOUVRED CAP

PRODUCT INFORMATION AM RANGE

EXHAUST CAP

ROOF CAP UNIT ØD

ØD

H

AM 100/CV 80

125

250

130

AM 300

200

315

160

AM 500

250

355

191

AM 800/AM 900/AM 1200

315

450

222

AM 1200

400

500

284

Ød = internal diameter · ØD = external diameter H = height The louvred cap has the same external dimensions as Airmaster’s insulated pipework, providing an optimum fit. Also available in black, at extra charge.

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AM 900/AM 1200

Ød

ØD

H

Exhaust cap

315

450

540

Louvred cap

315

450

540

Roof flashing

-

-

1000x950x500 (H x B x D)

H

Ød

Ød

Insulated penetration sheathing 2 x 315

-

1000x950x500 (H x B x D)

Internal damper (AM 1200)

-

320

-

On roofing felt with a pitch of 0-30°, a so-called roof cap unit should be used for the AM 900 vertical model and AM 1200 vertical model. Here the pipe, caps and roof flashing are integrated in a box. Remember to specify the roof pitch when ordering.

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AM

AM

100

300

500

900

1200

Maximum capacity at 35 dB(A)

m 3/h

725

830

1310

Maximum capacity at 30 dB(A)

m 3/h

650

690

1050

Throw (max.)

m

8.1

12

9.5

Maximum capacity at 35 dB(A)

m 3/h

100

300

550

Weight (ventilation units without optionals)

kg

147

180

450

Maximum capacity at 30 dB(A)

m /h

75

240

430

Dimensions for designpanels

mm

-

-

600x500 or 1200x1000

Throw (max.)

m

5.5

6.5

7.5

Colour, panels

RAL

9010

9010

9010

Weight (ventilation units without options)

kg

42

49.8

100.6

Colour, case

RAL

9010

9010

-

Colour, panels

RAL

9010

9010

9010

Dimensions (L/H/D)

mm

1910/467/833

800/2323/588

2427/2098/496

Colour, case

RAL

7024

7024

7024

Min. room height for horizontal intake/exhaust

mm

-

2400

2400

Dimensions (L/H/D)

mm

1170/246/571

1275/327/578

1600/432/729

Min. room height for vertical intake/exhaust

mm

-

2400

2500

Voltage (unit)

V

1~230

1~230

1~230

Voltage (unit)

V

1~230

1~230

1~230/ 3~230

Frequency

Hz

50

50

50

Frequency

Hz

50

50

50

Power consumption (max.)

W

27.5

100

132

Power consumption (max.)

W

156

240

254

Current

A

A

1.1

1.8

1.4

0.56

0.60

0.60

3

Power factor

0.2

0.6

1.1

Current

0.54

0.56

0.58

Power factor

Leakage current (max.)

mA

≤1

≤3

≤6

Leakage current (max.)

mA

≤6

≤6

≤9

Fuse rating (max.)

A

20

20

20

Fuse rating (max.)

A

20

20

20/3x20

CC COOLING UNIT

CC COOLING UNIT

Cooling capacity

W

-

2314

4065

Cooling capacity

W

5622

-

-

Power consumption

W

-

868

1033

Power consumption

W

1991

-

-

Current

A

-

3.6

4.4

Current

A

10.8

-

-

Leakage current (max.)

mA

-

≤2

≤2

Leakage current (max.)

mA

≤2

-

-

Weight

kg

-

55

71.4

Weight

kg

86

-

-

ELECTRICAL HEATING SURFACE

ELECTRICAL HEATING SURFACE

Thermal cut-out, automatic reset

°C

70

70

70

Thermal cut-out, automatic reset

°C

70

70

70

Thermal cut-out, manual reset

°C

120

120

120

Thermal cut-out, manual reset

°C

120

120

120

Electrical heating surface (comfort heating)

W

500

1500

630

Electrical heating surface (comfort heating)

W

1000

1050

1670

A

2.2

6.5

2.6

A

4.4

4.4

7.3

W

-

-

1000

W

1500

1500

-/ 2500

A

-

-

4.4

A

6.5

6.5

-/10.9

Current Electrical heating surface (preheating) Current WATER HEATING SURFACE

Current Electrical heating surface (preheating) Current WATER HEATING SURFACE

Capacity at flow/return temperature of 70/40°C

W

-

400

800

Capacity at flow/return temperature of 65/35°C

W

1100

1156

2240

Operating Temperature (max.)

°C

-

90

90

Operating Temperature (max.)

°C

90

90

90

Operating pressure (max.)

bar

bar

-

10

10

Operating pressure (max.)

10

10

10

Connection dimension

-

3/8”/DN10

3/8”/DN10

Connection dimension

1/2" (DN 15)

1/2" (DN 15)

3/4”(DN 20)

Material

-

Copper /

Copper /

Material

Copper /

Copper /

Copper /

Aluminium

Aluminium

Aluminium

Aluminium

Aluminium

60

60

s

60

60

60

Opening/closing time of motorised valve

s

-

CONDENSATE PUMP

92

800

PRODUCT INFORMATION

TECHNICAL DATA SUMMARY

Opening/closing time of motorised valve CONDENSATE PUMP

Output

l/h

10

10

10

Output

l/h

10

10

10

Pump head

m

6

6

6

Pump head

m

6

6

6

93


CV

PRODUCT INFORMATION

TECHNICAL DATA SUMMARY 80

Maximum capacity at 30 dB(A)

m 3/h

80

Weight (ventilation units without options)

kg

30

Colour, case

RAL

black

Dimensions (L/H/D)

mm

1170x275x560

Voltage (unit)

V

1~230

Frequency

Hz

50

Power consumption (max.)

W

22

Current

A

0.16 0.60

Power factor Leakage current (max.)

mA

≤1

Fuse rating (max.)

A

20

Thermal cut-out, automatic reset

°C

70

Thermal cut-out, manual reset

°C

120

Electrical heating surface (comfort heating)

W

500

Current

A

2.2

Output

l/h

10

Pump head

m

6

ELECTRICAL HEATING SURFACE

CONDENSATE PUMP

CC COOLING UNIT Cooling capacity (max.)

W

Refrigerant

500

800

2314

4065

5622

R134a

R407c

R407c

Charge

kg

0.310

0.700

0.950

Amperage

A

3.6

4.4

10.8

Power consumption

W

868

1033

1991

Duct connections

mm

Ø200

Ø250

Ø315

Condensate drain

mm

Ø16

Ø16

Ø16

Defrost interval

h

Defrost time Weight

kg

COP value Leakage current

94

300

mA

2

2

2

5°C or 10 minutes

5°C or 10 minutes

5°C or 10 minutes

55

71.4

86

2.6

4.2

2.82

<– 2

<– 2

< –2

95


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