All units from the GEA COM4 range of compact air-handling units have now been certified in accordance with Eurovent.
Eurovent is designed to give the customer of transparency on the market – as well as the possibility of being able to compare products of various suppliers.
Certification confirms that entire model ranges of central room air-handling units actually meet the technical specifications supplied by the manufacturer.
The smallest GEA models, the COM4mini, are available in three output tiers, up to approx. 2,200 m³/h air flow. GEA COM4plus, with seven model sizes, covers medium and greater output levels, up to approx. 16,000 m³/h.
The COM4top series covers five models, up to around 6,500 m³/h. Models in the COM4mini and COM4plus series are in weatherproof version and are also designed for outdoor installation.
The COM4top series was especially developed for indoor installation in tight spaces. For all three types, the model range consists of plug-in-ready units that are standardized and extensively pre-assembled at the factory.
Eurovent uses random samples for its lab tests in accordance with European and international standards, up to the largest specified air flow. These specifications cover mechanical characteristics as well as rated values and output data in accordance with the following standards:
Mechanical characteristics (in accordance with EN1886)
- Mechanical strength of the unit enclosure
- Airtightness of the enclosure
- Filter bypass leakage
- Heat-transfer coefficient (thermal bridging factor)
- Sound damping for the enclosure
Rated values and performance data (in accordance with EN13053)
- Air flow – static pressure data – power consumption
- Octave bands for conducted sound power – sound-power emission of the enclosure
- Heat recovery
- Heating duty*
- Cooling duty*
- Water-side pressure drop*
* When associated with the standard version of the range