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Article Date: 16th January 2019

Systemair - Two New Ventilation Units in SAVE Range - SAVE VTR 100/B & 150/B

Ventilation Units - Kitchen Ventilation - Air Conditioning - Air Distribution

Systemair - Two new ventilation units in SAVE range

The SAVE VTR 100/B is a top connected unit designed for a hidden installation in kitchen above the hob inside the cupboard as well as horizontal position under the false ceiling (not possible if a re-heater is installed). Since the unit can be accessed from both sides, the standard delivered unit (right hand model) is used for both right and left hand installation and designed for ventilation of smaller houses and apartments with a ventilated area up to approx. ~ 100 m².

SAVE VTR 150/B is a slightly bigger unit than VTR 100/B and built on the popular VTR 150/K but without integrated cooker hood. It is designed for a hidden installation in the kitchen above the hob between the cupboards for ventilation of smaller houses and apartments with a ventilated area up to approx. ~ 115 m².

Systemair - Example with cooker hood 392-10/B model (77265)The casing is galvanized (not painted) double skinned, fully insulated and comes with complete control functionality. Both units can be connected to 3 different Systemair cooker hoods and comes with a high efficiency step less rotary heat exchanger with moisture sensor built in as standard. The units accurately controls the speed of the heat exchanger after the need of heat/ cooling recovery using the EC step less rotor motor. Energy efficiency class A is available together with external demand control accessory.

The option for connecting one or more external panels is available as well as access over internet with the internet access module (IAM) or Modbus via RS-485. The new touch display makes it easy to install and uses all unit functions.

Main features:

  • High energy-efficient step less rotating heat exchanger with EC - technology on fans and rotor motor
  • Designed to be hidden inside (VTR 100/B) or between (VTR 150/B) the cupboards and connected to Systemair cooker hoods
  • Demand ventilation control is standard with the built in humidity sensor
  • Built in electrical re-heater as std for VTR 150/B and as accessory for VTR 100/B
  • Control with touch display and start-up wizard for easy commissioning. Black display as standard
  • Connection board for easy access
  • Modbus communication RS-485 as standard
  • Internet access module as accessory
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