This week’s issue of Chaud Froid Performance magazine features MyDATEC RTH‘s thermodynamic dual-flow ventilation system, which is specially designed for high-performance decentralized dual-flow ventilation in the service sector, in a very comprehensive report on the challenges of dual-flow ventilation in the service sector.
Indeed, the MyDATEC thermodynamic CMV, thanks to its thermodynamic exchanger, allows the recovery of almost all the calories of the extracted air. The result is a heating power supplied by the machine of about 3Kw (for 0.85Kw consumed) for a plant going up to 600m3/H of flow(decentralized ventilation). It is the perfect solution for positioning one central unit per classroom in school applications, ideally placed in a plenum or closet.
The icing on the cake is the cooling of the classrooms through ventilation. Not only does the central unit automatically “buffer” the outside air by allowing over-ventilation without a bypass when the outside air is cooler than the inside air, in order to cool the room when necessary, but the heat pump (or thermodynamic exchanger) integrated into the VMC allows for the diffusion of a cooling power of more than 2.5Kw (for a maximum total consumption of 900W)
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