A central air-handling system in a building may produce the need to apply subsequent control in a particular room or area. This need may arise, because the load of the various rooms differs because of their orientation or internal load to such an extent that undesired temperature differences occur. Also because users like to have the freedom to determine the temperature of the room. Energy savings and optimising the air quality also play an important role.
With volume units, the required air volume can be set for every part of the ventilation system, as a constant or a variable air volume. The required air volume is set in the factory, and that saves you time on setting. Various models of the volume units are available as a 3-in-1 solution with an attenuator and a post-heater.
With a broad range of VAV units, the required amount of air can be set in any part of the ventilation system. At room level, the VAV units control the temperature and the air quality.
Certain rooms demand a constant control of the air volume. The Solid Air CAV units can keep the required air volume constant in any part of the ventilation system.
Our 3-in-1 solutions consist of a combination of a variable or constant volume unit, heater and/or cooler and attenuator. These compact solutions are particularly suitable for post-control in a room.
The VAV induction unit is suitable for individual room control. The inductive operation leads to a greater control range in respect of a standard VAV unit.
In order to balance air supply and return with each other, measuring and regulating stations are applied, which can measure and regulate both pressure and air volume.
Solid Air has a comprehensive range of volume control dampers that can be supplied in all common dimensions.