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Article Date: 29th April 2013

Systemair - SAVE Ventilation from Systemair

Kitchen Ventilation - Air Handling - Ventilation Units - Air Distribution

Systemair Save Range

The new SAVE VTR 150/K and VTR 200/B air handling units fulfill the high demands for low energy consumption and low sound levels. EC technology ensures that the fans are energy efficient contributing to a low SFP and the rotary wheel heat exchanger operates at high efficiency; switching to automatic summer by-pass as required. The VTR 150/K has been designed with an integrated cookerhood to suit different kitchen environments and the VTR 200/B is a wall mounted unit, both are operated and monitored by a modern control system allowing the status of the unit to be reviewed easily.

The SAVE VTR 150/K is available with a stainless steel or white front, which should be placed over the hob,  it is controlled from an external control panel. The VTR 200/B has the option for connecting an independent cookerhood and features an integrated control panel in the front door. The extract air from the cookerhood is by-passed; hence the heat exchanger is not being exposed to extract air from the kitchen. The units are also insulated against condensation. Both units are well suited for apartments and smaller houses with an area of 100 m² - 140m².

With the release of the SAVE VTR 150/K and VTR 200/B, Systemair is raising the quality of ventilation for residential buildings. For more information please email below:

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