WINDMAKER HEAT RECOVERY UNIT

For several years, ASPOL FV has been dealing with broadly-defined heat recovery solutions. One of them is heat recover from ventilation. Since 1997, we have been gaining valuable experience in the field of heat recovery system designing and its physical installation. Over the years, the Company's Research and Development Department had cooperated with our Scandinavian partners, which eventually resulted in starting our own production of WindMaker recuperators in 2000.

Presently, ASPOL FV has not been involved in "contracting", however, our long-standing experience has resulted in a well-thought-out offer enabling our Partners to create their own complete mechanical ventilations systems with heat recuperation features.
Until recently, the basic method of air exchange in residential rooms employed gravitational ventilation solutions where rising warmer (lighter) air was exhausted outside through ventilation shafts. However, for gravitational ventilation to be effective, fresh air must be constantly supplied from the outside. Additionally, a temperature difference is necessary as it constitutes a driving force of the whole process. Development of manufacturing technologies has resulted in the fact that window and door frame woodwork is so tight that the effectiveness of this method is negligible. Mechanical ventilation also causes heat losses, which results in the increase in building maintenance costs.

Lack of effective ventilation also results in significant increase in humidity levels in our homes causing proliferation of bacteria, fungi and moulds generating mycotoxins and allergens. These factors cause more frequent headaches, fatigue, allergies and increased vulnerability to illnesses and inflammation of upper respiratory tracts.This phenomenon is dubbed the "Sick building syndrome" (SBS). In 1984, the World Health Organisation published a report stating that 30% of new and renovated buildings in the world suffer from this syndrome. Effective ventilation systems are a solution to this problem. This solution is ensured by mechanical exhaust ventilation or balanced (supply-exhaust) ventilation systems. However, it must be noted that effective mechanical ventilation removes approx. 40% of heat from interiors. In order to reduce heat losses, mechanical ventilation with heat recovery must be applied.

ASPOL FV manufactures RAPTOR and PHANTOM ventilation units, which, as far as the technical, functional and visual experience is concerned, belong to most advanced devices in their class. The RAPTOR line is designed for the purposes of small and medium systems. It includes RAPTOR 500, 700 and 1000 models operating at such air flow capacities as: 500 m3/h, 700 m3/h and 1000 m3/h. PHANTOM 400 (nominal flow 400 m3/h) is mostly aimed at systems fitted in detached houses. Each recuperator is standard-equipped with an automation system and a weekly timer control feature. RAPTOR line devices may be connected to Building Management System (BMS).


WindMaker ventilation units cooperate with ground-glycol heat exchangers (GGWC) and ground heat exchangers (GWC).
As regards the RAPTOR line, this is achieved by the OCTAGON GGWC heating-cooling modules and COOLER cooling module. PHANTOM cooperates with GGWC via the OCTAGON module.


WindMaker ventilation units range of application:

  • detached houses, offices;
  • surgeries;
  • shops, retail centres, warehouses;
  • beauty parlours, hairdressing salons and sun rooms;
  • restaurants, pubs;
  • workshops and production halls.

 

rekuperatory aspolrekuperatory aspol raptorrekuperatory aspol2

 

We use cookies to improve our website and your experience when using it. Cookies used for the essential operation of the site have already been set.