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Fläkt Woods launches integrated heating and cooling units

Fläkt Woods has launched the next generation of integrated heating and cooling units: Recooler HP.

Designed to be an integral component for Fläkt Woods’ air handling units (AHUs), the new Recooler HP incorporates a reversible heat pump and a recovery wheel, which allows quick and simple installation, extremely high efficiencies and all year round energy recovery.

Utilising a DC inverter scroll compressor, the Recooler HP can achieve a COP up to 6.5, as well as full control of output from 10 to 100 per cent. This allows the Recooler HP to deliver the exact temperature required and maintain occupants’ comfort levels more effectively than traditional fixed speed systems.

Plus, the inverter drive is said to allow the unit to work at part load, ensuring the perfect balance between reliability and efficient heating and cooling.

Another feature of the Recooler HP is the level of energy recovery attainable from the integral recovery wheel. This is said to maximise energy recovery with efficiencies over 83 per cent. Plus, with the capability to recover energy in winter mode, less humid air will be exhausted from the unit. It will also operate at lower temperatures and consequently require less defrosting.

Recooler HP is available in five sizes (008, 011, 018, 023, 032) with nominal cooling capacities (rotor and compressor) from 35kW to 125kW and nominal heating capacity (rotor and compressor) from 21kW to 57kW.

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