In Sync with healthier indoor air quality
Decentralised Energy Recovery Unit
The Aerofresh system utilises an innovative ceramic core heat exchanger that delivers up to 82% heat recovery.
Two synchronised units alternate between exhaust and supply air flow to help maintain healthy indoor air quality, and prevent condensation and mould growth.
Fresh air through continuous ventilation
The Aerofresh decentralised energy recovery unit provides continuous ventilation to ensure a home feels fresh and comfortable to live in. Home occupants can enjoy a healthier indoor environment as the Areofresh will improve the air quality, while being energy efficient to run and very simple to operate.
The Aerofresh units are installed in synchronised pairs to provide balanced ventilation (non pressurised) and promote higher levels of air circulation within the home compared to single point systems.
Helps reduce air contaminants & energy costs
Outside air coming in through windows and doors can be a major contributor to a home's heating and cooling costs. An Aerofresh ventilation system can considerably reduce these energy costs by transferring up to 82% of the thermal energy from the exhaust air to the incoming fresh air. During winter it transfers the heat from the warmer indoor air and in summer the coolth from the colder air.
Natural ventilation through open windows and doors can also have other negative effects, including entry of dust and insects, a reduction in security and exposure to adverse weather conditions. Installation of an Aerofresh energy recovery system avoids these factors and helps to maintain lower concentrations of contaminants such as CO2 and VOCs by supplying continuous fresh air.
Regenerative ceramic core heat exchanger with high thermal efficiency
How Aerofresh Works
Balanced energy recovery mode
Aerofresh is installed as two synchronised units, providing the home with pre-conditioned fresh air.
Exhaust fan makeup air mode
Aerofresh can also be wired with exhaust fan to provide make-up air when exhaust fan is activated. It then reverts to balanced energy recovery when exhaust fan is switched off.
|Air flow (m3/h)||20||40||60|
|Avg. dB(A) @3m*||10||18||26|
|Max Temperature||50 °C|
* Sound Pressure level @ 3m in free field
|AEROHR-150PRO||218||51||158||300 to 560||252||114||262|
|AEROHR - 150||218||51||158||300 to 560||218||20|
Fantech was founded in 1973 and has since been at the forefront of fan engineering and acoustic control technologies. It continues to focus on the implementation of new products for virtually every commercial, residential and industrial ventilation requirement with an emphasis on reliability and energy efficiency.