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Ventilation technology ® COMPAIR Ventilation technology

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Ventilation technology

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Ventilation technology COMPAIR Flexible system solutions remove your kitchen vapours COMPAIR® flow 150 (system Ø 150) The range for top flow performance Page 197-214 COMPAIR® flow 125 (system Ø 125) Strong for fresh and waste air technology Page 215-232 COMPAIR® flow round 150 (system Ø 150) High in volume and easy to install Page 233-240 COMPAIR® flow round 125 (System Ø 125) High in volume and easy to install Page 241-246 COMPAIR® top (system Ø 125 flat) High performance ventilation COMPAIR® norm (system Ø 100) The range for a good indoor climate Page 261-266 COMPAIR® hoses Problem-free...

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Flexible system solutions remove your kitchen vapours They should be as inconspicuous as possible. Adjust to the variable pressure of high-performance fans in island and wallmounted hoods - and still look good. Ventilation technology To fulfil all the technical air flow and architectural demands of modern exhaust and supply air you have to offer a wide range of highly flexible flat duct systems. COMPAIR® systems with their specifically constructed diameter geometry are optimally constructed for exhaust air routing in kitchens with permanently low back pressure. This is the outcome of...

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The advantages of exhaust air technology start where others stop... The recirculating hood can be used in areas where exhaust air operation isn’t feasible or only possible after expensive structural changes. As a kitchen sales expert, in individual kitchen planning, you should always mention to your clients that recirculating hoods aren’t a good alternative to exhaust hoods. Stiftung Warentest's statement (test 8/2007) could be seen as an argument for the more effective use of exhaust hoods: "No charcoal filter can absorb cooking smells as effectively as an exhaust duct can extract them."...

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The advantages of exhaust air technology start where others stop... Ventilation technology Reasons for exhaust air technology: Everything you need to know in a nutshell • Smells, dampness and carbon monoxide (gas stoves) are almost completely diverted to the outside. • Due to the removal of dampness the danger of long term health risks (allergies etc.) due to mildew infestation are reduced and also damage caused by condensed water can be avoided (i.e. swelling up of wooden surfaces). • Given the same construction and volume flow, an exhaust hood combined with a fluidic adapted air duct/wall...

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Fitting example ® Deflector 900 with round pipe 0 150 ©Ventilation pipe (MF-VRD 1 000) © Horizontal pipe bend 90 (MF-RBH 90) © Pipe connector (MF-RVB) © Telescopic wall conduct Design Award flow Star GTS 150 Page Wall Conducts 150 Page E-Jal HK flow 150 Page external blind External blinds 150 Page Flat duct pipes 1 50 Page Pipe connectors 150 Page Pipe bends 1 50 Page Flat duct sets 1 50 Page Roof ventilator 1 50 Page Roof hood 1 50 Page Plug-in connector 150/160 Page Fastening clamp 150/160 Page Window contact switch Page Wireless temperature sensor Page Wall connector 150 Page Flat duct...

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F-VRO 1000 System 150 Flat duct pipe white 1000 mm 4043001 More performance through "conduction" with guide vanes high speed without guide vane F-UR 150 Deflector 90° with pipe uneven flow even flow Flow speed and pressure loss in comparison of systems with guide vanes without guide vane high pressure loss As a result of the patented guide vane technology, vapour flows are smoothed in the duct and directed to the environment with very little loss of pressure. Using COMPAIR® flow 150, up to 79 % less pressure is lost, depending on the length and structure of the waste air duct – with a...

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Optimum flow under inclusion of the wall conduct on the external wall is decisive for the overall efficiency of any kitchen waste air system. The flow Star wall conduct enables the combination of good flow performance, perfect seal of the wall joint with "blower door" certificate and prize-winning external appearance. Performance figures and energy efficiency may be improved even more by connection to the COMPAIR® flow flat duct system. The functional principle of flow Star uses the pressure effect of the air stream (volume stream) created during hood operation, combined with mechanically...

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Item/ Description flow Star GTS 150 wall conduct GTS stands for "generation two springs", which refers to the two integrated springs. Compared to the original flow Star, a pressure spring has been added, which slows the flow body over the last 10 mm, thus avoiding a hard impact on the end stops. The kinetic energy created during the opening process is absorbed and released again in the closing direction, against the volume flow. In this way, the opening width of the flow Star GTS is individually adapted to the specific volume flow of the hood.An all-round sealing lip positioned at the outer...

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Item/ Description Klima-E 150 wall conduct With backpressure shutter, telescopic pipe and stainless-steel external blind. — hose/tube connector Ø: 150 a mm — connector depth: 24 mm — installation depth: 420 - 620 mm — wall penetration: about Ø 155 mm 4022039 white/stainless steel Klima-E flow 150 wall conduct With backpressure shutter and stainless-steel external blind. With rectangular connector for COMPAIR® flow 150. — tube connector: 227 a x 94 a mm — connector depth: 80 mm — installation depth: 420 - 620 mm — wall penetration Ø: about 155 mm 4022040 white/stainless steel Klima-Blow-E...

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Item/ Description Klima 150 waste and fresh air wall conduct Every vapour extraction system also needs "air to breathe": Without a supply of fresh air, a vacuum is created in the room, which makes air circulation and therefore perfect functioning of ventilation impossible. Besides this, an exchange of spent and fresh air ensures a comfortable and healthy room and working climate. But it is not always possible to effect the ideal spatial separation of air intake and outlet. Using the combined waste and fresh air wall conducts, an element combining both functions in one compact component has...

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