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Brink Renovent Sky 150

Brink Renovent Sky 150
Brink Renovent Sky 150
Brink Renovent Sky 150
Brink Renovent Sky 150
Brink Renovent Sky 150
Brink Renovent Sky 150

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Brink Air Control unit + clock thermostat (white)
RRP 2,133.00
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Brink Renovent Sky 150 - Brink Air Control Module included

Due to problems with the supply of raw materials, there is currently a long delivery time on Brink MVHR units. Ordering is possible, but we cannot give a definite delivery date. We do have sufficient stock of alternative brands such as Orcon, Vasco, Duco, Vent-Axia, BUVA, Itho and Comair.

Optimal and compact heat recovery with the Renovent Sky 150 from Brink Climate Systems. This unit is special in its kind because it is only 20 cm high and at the same time extremely low-noise. The Brink Renovent Sky 150 owes this to the fact that it is equipped with a reduced internal resistance and slow-running fans.

Just like its big brothers in the Renovent Excellent series, the Brink Renovent Sky 150 optimises the indoor climate, so that pathogens caused by polluted air no longer stand a chance. In addition, this balanced ventilation is also energy-saving due to its high heat recovery efficiency.

Compact but powerful Brink Renovent Sky 150

The Brink Renovent Sky 150 is therefore extremely suitable for smaller living spaces such as student flats and homes for the elderly where it is not possible to install a wall unit due to the lack of space. Nevertheless, this compact system has an air capacity of 150m3/h.

Brand Brink Climate Systems
Category Brink Renovent sky 150
GTIN 8718391148554
Manufacturer's item number 423000
Article number 19210063


Connection diameter 125 mm
Connection Male
Connection 0-10V No
Airflow bij 150 Pa 150 m³/h
Airflow at 200 Pa 120 m³/h
App controllable No
Width 660 mm
Cos. phi according to EPN standard 0,46
Roof connection top No
Roof connection side Yes
Depth 1000 mm
Digital display Yes
Home automation connection No
Wireless control Yes
Enthalpy changer No
Filter class EU 4 (G4)
Direct current motor Yes
Suitable for boiler connection No
Height 198 mm
Flow rate high at 100 Pa 150 m³/h
Flow rate high at 150 Pa 150 m³/h
Flow rate high at 200 Pa 120 m³/h
Flow rate high at 250 Pa 90 m³/h
Flow rate high at 300 Pa 60 m³/h
Maandactie No
Housing material Steel coated
With VOC-sensor No
With bypass Ja
With built-in CO2-sensor No
With built-in temperature sensor Yes
With thermal protection Yes
With heating battery Yes
With humidity sensor No
Mounting type Wall mount
Mounting type Ceiling mounting
Power consumption according to EPN standard 0.028
Ceiling mounting Yes
Thermal efficiency according to EPN standard 89.3 %
Plug Peripheral ground
Floor mounting No
Wall mounting Yes
House connection top No
House connection bottom No
House connection left Yes
House connection right Yes
Zone control 1 Zone
Category code 13



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