VORTICE consulted with KPS, spent time establishing the precise technical requirements for the project and agreed that the VORTICE NRG Mega would be the best possible solution.
The unit included 50mm insulated panels, an onboard CO2 sensor, defrost module complete with dampers and sound attenuation. Because of the size of the unit, it was delivered in three sections and lifted by crane onto the school roof along with other plant equipment, where it was finally assembled and commissioned.
The VORTICE NRG Mega heat recovery unit uses the plate heat exchanger to control the internal thermo-hygrometric conditions through the recovery of energy from the air extracted from the room.
Darren Clare, Area Business Manager at VORTICE said: “This an excellent unit and we were delighted with how smoothly the installation and commissioning went. The VORTICE NRG Mega can also make it possible to guarantee support for the air conditioning system during intermediate seasons using free-cooling or free-heating modes.”
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