decentralised Mechanical Ventilation with heat recovery (dMVHR), Domestic series. Price £1, 230.00 Excl VAT
decentralised Mechanical Ventilation with heat recovery (dMVHR), Commercial series.
£1 230.00 £985.00 Excl VAT
The diameter of the housing
of the working module: 250 mm.
The volume of air exchange during recuperation:
Supply: 650 m3 / h
Exhaust: 610 m3 / h
Heat recovery efficiency: 51-74%
Power consumption: from 12 W / h to 120 W / h
(depending upon the operating mode).
The system is intended for installation inside premises.
If necessary, the system provides for the connection of long ramified ventilation exhaust and / or
inflow channels (ΣΔР 350Pa).
In order to ensure safe operating conditions under conditions of high humidity, it is provided for that
PRANA-250 system will be fed from a direct current source with the voltage of + 24V. The system is
managed using a professional control unit that already has an adapter to the 220 V network, or the
Android mobile application.
The standard set includes:
1. Remote control panel (to all modifications of control units).
2. Professional touch control unit “Control block DP PRANA 250” – a set of modules for mounting on a DIN
rail, consisting of a control unit and a power supply.
Option: Control block A DP PRANA 250 – a control unit in a dustproof enclosure with a circuit breaker.
MINI HEATING UP” FUNCTION
The mini heating up function is for PRANA 160, PRANA 210G and PRANA 210C models. It allows you to ex-tend the temperature range of the Prana system to -25 ° C (-30 ° C). The function is turned on or/ off using the remote control or via the app.
In extreme temperatures, winter mode will prevent the heat exchanger and fans of the recuperator from freezing. In night mode, the temperature of the inflow air is increased by an additional 3–-4 ° C.
The function in the WINTER MODE is intended to prevent icing of condensate drain during cold season or to freeze it if icing has occured.
To avoid icing and to ensure the correct operation of the recuperator at a minus temperature outside, the use of the “Winter Mode” is obligatory.