Zehnder Group UK launch the innovative ComfoAir Q range of MVHR (mechanical heat recovery and ventilation) units.
The new ComfoAir Q range from Zehnder helps new homes meet ever stringent, energy-efficiency regulations and maintain comfortable air quality all year round.
Zehnder heat recovery systems work across every new build sector, from social housing to luxury developments, making them the product of choice particularly in the Passivhaus market. The new ComfoAir Q range from Zehnder are the next generation of MVHR units
One of the most energy-efficient performances in heat recovery provides the greatest energy savings to homeowners and energy bills.
Elimination of nuisance noise
New fan technology means almost silent during operation and are currently the quietest units on the market with outstanding acoustic performance.
Diamond heat exchanger
New design features an especially large surface which allows it to achieve a higher level of efficiency, while variable duct heights ensure a constant flow and lower pressure loss. As a result, less energy is required to overcome the air resistance.
Connections can be changed from right to left – enables everything to fit even when the installation situation is modified.
Easy to commission
Integrated commissioning wizard makes commissioning process simple and safe, including automatic system test and confirmation.
Improved Indoor Air Quality
Completely sealed and maximised, the high-quality filters ensure healthy, dust-free air and protect against excessive humidity.
Smart homeowner control
New app gives customers the right operating solution.
Systems can be monitored easily via remote access on the Zehnder web portal.
Available in 3 sizes
350, 450 and 600 m³/h.
Zehnder is also launching a new series of MVHR educational guides that that cover the three key parts of the MVHR process.
Zehnder Group UK Ltd
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