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Itho Daalderop QuattroZone set for HRU 400
Itho Daalderop QuattroZone set for HRU 400
Itho Daalderop QuattroZone set for HRU 400
Itho Daalderop QuattroZone set for HRU 400

Itho Daalderop QuattroZone set for HRU 400

Article number: 19200057


Brand: Itho Daalderop


Delivery time: 12 working days
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Itho Daalderop QuattroZone set for the HRU 400

Even smarter than the DuoZone - and new on the market - is the Itho Daalderop QuattroZone set. With this set, the house can be divided into 4 zones, making the heat recovery system even more energy efficient and quiet. The set includes:


  • 4 zone valves
  • 2 CO2 sensors
  • 2 RFT Auto wireless controls


2 valves are placed on the supply channels of the heat recovery unit, or directly on the heat recovery unit. The other 2 valves are placed on the return channels.

The CO2 sensors are placed in the living room and in the master bedroom. The supply air valves will open or close further on the basis of the CO2 values. The two exhaust air valves can be controlled by yourself using the wireless controls. The dampers are never fully closed there is always a minimum amount of ventilation. Read more about the DuoZone and QuattroZone in our blog.

Brand Itho Daalderop
Categorie Itho Daalderop Controls and Accessories
GTIN 8713418046172
Manufacturer's item number 04-00125
Article number 19200057

Specifications

Suitable for centrifugal fan No
Suitable for circulation fan No
Suitable for roof fan No
Suitable for fan mounted in wall No
Suitable for wall mounted fan No
Suitable for MEV No
Type of electrical accessory Other
Type of mechanical accessory Other
Zone control 4 Zones
Suitable for MVHR unit Yes
Suitable for box fan No
Suitable for tube fan No

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