The heat recovery ventilation unit is design not only to provide a good indoor air quality, but it is also designed to recover heat that would otherwise be lost throughout ventilation. These heat recovery ventilation systems are used in low energy homes to assist in the retention of heat.
High indoor air quality
The unit is designed to provide fresh filtered air into the home, while keeping a high thermal comfort.
Most of the energy from the exhausted air is used to precondition the incoming air, leading to lower heating requirements in the building.
The compact ventilation unit can be installed over the DHW square tank or the Aquarea All-in-one Compact indoor unit for an space-saving solution.
Better user interface
The Residential ventilation unit and the Aquarea heat pump can be controlled with one single user-friendly controller.
Main features of the Residential ventilation unit
All settings and features accessible via a control panel, integrated into the front cover. The option for connecting one or more external control panels is available.
Heat Recovery Ventilation + Aquarea All in One Compact
Heat Recovery Ventilation + DHW Square Tank + Aquarea Mono-bloc
Heat Recovery Ventilation + DHW Square Tank + Aquarea Bi-bloc
The unit can be mounted on a PAW-TA20C1E5C, on a WH-ADC0309J3E5C or installed on the wall (PAW-VEN-WBRK is needed).
How to integrate an Aquarea heat pump with the residential ventilation unit.
|Dimensions||500 × 598 × 450 cm|