Thanks to its compact design and small dimensions, it will perfectly fit into the undeveloped, narrow spaces of the attic.
The innovative air flow control system allows you to increase the efficiency of the system by up to 30%.
Use the space. Thanks to its compact design and small dimensions, it will perfectly fit into the undeveloped, narrow spaces of the attic.
Balance is the key. The innovative air flow control system allows you to increase the efficiency of the system by up to 30%. The fans adjust their speed to the current operating conditions, maintaining a balanced balance of supply and exhaust air streams.
Forget about it. The source of the sound is attenuated where it originates, which makes our air handling units quiet and efficient. An insulation technology in which closed-cell, waterproof foam also acts as thermal and acoustic insulation. The exposed surface absorbs the sound wave and prevents it from being reflected.
Feel the freshness. Two-stage M5 class filters allow you to obtain a 40% higher quality of filtered air compared to standard G3 and G4 class cartridges. The system of real dirty filters shows when to replace the filters .
We are not afraid of frosts. In the case of outside temperatures below zero, freezing moisture blocks the air flow. AR 10 equipped with an anti-freeze system enables balanced ventilation regardless of weather conditions.
High efficiency The new heat exchangers maintain an exchange efficiency of 90%, reducing the annual heating cost by 30%.
Take care of the climate. On cool summer evenings you can avoid the heat exchanger without fear and enjoy the cool, clean air in the building.
Be in control The simplicity of the control module, the ease of use of the touch panel and the possibility of using a mobile application make our device user-friendly.
RECUPERATOR AR 10/30
305 m3/h (100Pa)
Maximum heat recovery efficiency
Average annual recovery efficiency
Sound power level at maximum efficiency
Recair with increased efficiency, 100% countercurrent
Observing the heat pump industry in recent years, we can confidently say that more and more people are becoming convinced of this form of heating. This happens, inter alia, because we are eager to build houses of a small size, without cellars, and therefore also a place for a central heating boiler. and fuel for it.
Coal heating in houses is largely to blame for smog in Poland, that is mainly dark fumes rising from chimneys. It is so-called “low” emission from uneconomical household furnaces, stoves and boilers. According to statistics it is the households that generate more than 50% of emissions of particulate matter and almost 90% of carcinogenic benzo(a)pyrene.