Small Air Handling Unit

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Description Air Handlers cycle air as heating, ventilation and air-conditioning often through the use of duct networks throughout a structure.
Advantages
  • Flexibility of construction and unit sizing
  • Air handling between 800-100000 m3/hour
  • Simple interconnection of existing duct systems
  • Low energy consumption
  • Low risk of internal condensation
Disadvantages
  • Requires large space for unit
  • Without preexisting ducts it is difficult to install
  • Restricts subdivisions of rooms
Characteristic features
Application barriers
  • Requires building be designed around system OR significantly altered
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Parameter Minimal Value Maximal Value Unit
Cooling Capacity

1,5

600

kW

EER

3.2

N/A

COP

3.6

N/A

Dimensions

L/W/H = 3550/100/2650

mm

Weight

200

kg

COP Annual Degradation Rate

5

N/A

%

Air-Flow Rate (Cooling)

13

16667

m3/min

Air-Flow Rate (Heating)

13

16667

m3/min

Sound Level

58

dBA

Cooling °CDB

18

32

°C

Heating °CWB

15

39

°C

Heating Capacity

kW

Investment Cost

1300

2000

Operational Cost

Medium

€/year

Replacement Cost

Medium

€/year

Life Expectancy

20

25

years

Deterioration Description
Causes
Parameter

% of initial flow rate

Degradation Rate

1-6%/year

Measurement

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