To produce and supply fully optimised air conditions throughout the hatchery
The air handling unit (AHU) is a central air conditioning station that conditions air supplied into the hatchery building by ventilation ductwork connected to the AHU. Air that has been conditioned by the AHU is delivered into hatchery rooms with thermo-hygrometric and IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) treatment.
In a modular design with separated fan, filter, cooling, heating and heat recovery blocks, the air handling unit treats external, incoming air by filtering, cooling and/or heating, humidifying and/or dehumidifying. The unit includes a frequency controlled high pressure centrifugal fan, quick release filters and an electronic switch box with Siemens Synco 700 regulator, for the control of temperature, humidity and pressure in a range of heating and cooling options.
High efficiency A+ energy labelling due to IE2 motors and a variable frequency drive ensure low operational costs. Units are easy to maintain, silent in operation and can be installed both side by side or on top of each other to minimise footprint.
|Air capacity (depending on configuration)||3,000 up to 34,000 m3/h|
|Material||Fully galvanized framework and sheet-steel frame|
|Including||Pressure sensor for automatic filter maintenance indication|
|Heating module, heating coil material||Cu/Al slide out coil|
|Cooling module, cooling coil material||Cu/Al slide out coil|