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15.3.2011

Hidria presents its latest indoor climate solutions at the ISH Fair

The world’s largest expert fair in the field of indoor climate, construction and renewable energy sources ISH 2011 opens today at the Frankfurt fairgrounds and stay open until Saturday. Hidria will be one of more than 2400 exhibitors from all over the world, presenting its innovation systems for the HVAC industry. All innovations presented by Hidria for this occasion have one thing in common, namely high level of energy efficiency which has become one of Hidria’s expert’s main guidelines in the development of new and advanced solutions as a result of increasing demands of the environmental legislation and the awareness of efficient use of energy.

Among other energy efficient solutions, Hidria will present two new types of aiir handling units at the ISH 2011 fair to the expert public from all over the world. RoomAir is an air handling unit suitable for schools and kindergartens, offices, conference halls and other similar facilities, particularly when upgrading the existing air-conditioning system. The unit has a state-of-the-art design and is simple to install while meeting the highest standards in the field of energy efficiency and acoustic features. Another innovation among the air handling units presented by Hidria will be the CompAir Plus RW device from the family of compact Hidria air handling units. The device has a quality housing corresponding to the top-level quality class in view of its thermal conductivity features and thermal bridges. CompAir Plus RW boasts integrated automation system and in-built rotation regenerator.

Another innovation in Hidria’s offered range is the new, third standard length of two-pipe floor convector for heating and cooling. A convector with three fans is an expansion of Hidria’s standard range of products. Another innovation presented at the fair will be the forced convection convector intended to be built into facilities with low integration pressure height. Also presented at the fair will be the new type of chilled beam with HG2 4-way air discharge, which increases the flexibility of arrangement and integration into suspended ceilings and fits in better with the other elements.

The visitors of the ISH fair will be the first to see Hidria’s energy-saving electronically commuted (EC) centrifugal fan intended for mixing the liquefied petroleum gas or natural gas with air and supply of the resulting mixture into the combustion chamber of the state-of-the-art condensation gas boilers. The use of the above-mentioned EC fans in the latter allows for the use of latent heat resulting from the condensation of heat, thus achieving a significantly higher level of energy efficiency. The visitors of the Frankfurt fair will also be presented the expanded range of axial fans, developed especially for use in air-water type heat pumps. Energy efficiency requirements dictate the use of the latest concepts of electronically commuted engines which guarantee efficient energy use as well as low-noise operation of heat pumps.