Zehnder Group has added to its UK cooling portfolio with the launch of the ComfoPost range.
ComfoPost, manufactured by Zehnder Italy, is an air-to-water exchanger used with ComfoWell air distribution connections. The connections allow for selection flexibility, offering a range of rigid circular ductwork or Zehnder ComfoTube semi-rigid ductwork to attach. ComfoPost is for use with ComfoAir Q, integrating with its features such as constant volume motors.
Suitable for Passive House application, ComfoPost is available in a variety of sizes to heat or cool the air supplied by the Zehnder ventilation system.
The models available are:
- CW6 post-treatment battery for heating and cooling with an airflow up to 300m3/h
- CW8 post-treatment battery for heating and cooling with an airflow up to 400m3/h
- CW10 post-treatment battery for heating and cooling with an airflow up to 500m3/h
- CW12 post-treatment battery for heating and cooling with an airflow up to 600m3/h
The range - which combines air temperation, ventilation, heat recovery and fresh air filtration in one - is said to be ideal for use with reversible heat pumps or chillers to meet SAP 10 or TM59 overheating demands.
Features and benefits include low pressure losses and a filtered fresh air supply (not recycled stale air), whilst each model is suitable for use with the unique modular ComfoWell manifolds. They incorporate a condensation water tray and drain as standard and are corrosion resistant.
Rupert Kazlauciunas, Technical Product Manager, Ventilation products and systems, at Zehnder Group UK, said: “We have expanded our portfolio in order to provide more choice and convenience to those mechanical consultants working on inner city regeneration and build-to-rent projects, as well as housing associations and those developers overseeing residential city centre developments including student accommodation.
“Achieving improved comfort levels in our warming climate, is a key requirement now and Zehnder remains committed to providing our customers with a growing range of products, as part of our mission to help optimise and modernise their ventilation strategies.”