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Decentralised MVHR unit Ø100 mm with switch

Decentralised MVHR unit Ø100 mm with switch
Decentralised MVHR unit Ø100 mm with switch
Decentralised MVHR unit Ø100 mm with switch
Decentralised MVHR unit Ø100 mm with switch
Decentralised MVHR unit Ø100 mm with switch
Decentralised MVHR unit Ø100 mm with switch
Decentralised MVHR unit Ø100 mm with switch
Decentralised MVHR unit Ø100 mm with switch
Decentralised MVHR unit Ø100 mm with switch
Decentralised MVHR unit Ø100 mm with switch
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Decentralised MVHR unit Ø100 mm with switch
Decentralised MVHR unit Ø100 mm with switch
Decentralised MVHR unit Ø100 mm with switch
Decentralised MVHR unit Ø100 mm with switch
Decentralised MVHR unit Ø100 mm with switch
Decentralised MVHR unit Ø100 mm with switch
Decentralised MVHR unit Ø100 mm with switch
Decentralised MVHR unit Ø100 mm with switch
Decentralised MVHR unit Ø100 mm with switch
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  • Without pipe system
  • Easy to clean
  • 85% efficiency
  • Ideal for restoration projects

Decentralised MVHR unit Ø100 mm with switch - EER100S

Install this low-noise MVHR unit for a constant supply of fresh air with minimal heat loss. The system provides optimal efficient ventilation of a single room and can be placed in any room. It is an easy solution if you want an MVHR system without having to install a whole new duct system in the house. They are therefore very suitable for existing buildings. Only one throughput is needed.

The air intake and exhaust take place in the same pipe and are reversed every 70 seconds. The heat of the polluted, outflowing air is collected in the (ceramic) heat exchanger. Subsequently, the fresh, incoming air is warmed up by this.

This MVHR unit is connected to the mains, just like the switch. With the switch, the unit can be switched on or off and in speed mode I or II. The productivity of the MVHR unit is 20 m3/h in speed I and 24 m3/h in speed II.

We recommend cleaning the filters 1x in 3 months with water. The regenerator should be cleaned 1x per year with a hoover, at the lowest setting. The system is made for continuous use, 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.

Brand Europlast
Category Decentral MVHR europlast
GTIN 4750492013885
Manufacturer's item number EER100S
Article number 19300152

Specifications

Air Flow 24 m³/h
Diameter 100
Frequency 50 Hz
Front width 140 mm
Front height 140 mm
Sound 27 Decibel
Sound 32 Decibel
Built-in Yes
Built-in depth 300 mm
Built-in depth 555 mm
Color White
Housing material Plastic
With movement sensor No
With odour sensor No
With plug No
With timer No
With pull cord No
With delayed start No
With humidity sensor No
Weight 1.54 kg
Switch Yes
Switchable Yes
Rotational speed 2450 p/m
Power 1.5-2 W
Voltage 230 V
Shape Square
Wall mounting Yes
Category code 118

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