AHU_BA unit 2015
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Air Handling Units
BA Unit
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Spread the secret of better air!
Systemair : world’s largest air handling unit manufacturer
Since 1974, Systemair has been working towards
simplifying ventilation systems. Today, the company is one
of the global leaders in the field of ventilation technology.
A success story that started in Skinnskatteberg Sweden,
revolutionised the world of ventilation with the invention
of the circular duct fan.
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Contents
Systemair worldwide......................................................................... 4-5
Unit dimensions..............................................................................33-37
Systemair India................................................................................... 6-7
BA selection program.......................................................................... 38
Product range..................................................................................... 8-9
Performance certificates...............................................................39-40
A good indoor climate is vital............................................................. 10
Resulting class according EN 1886:2007........................................ 41
Selection tools...................................................................................... 11
Few of our valued customers......................................................41-43
Technical data
Air handling units - overview......................................................14-16
Example of applications...................................................................... 17
BA Air handing units......................................................................18-28
Selection of a BA unit....................................................................28-32
Ever-since, Systemair has continued to grow and today
it offers a complete range of standard-setting ventilation
technologies. Whether it is the ventilation concept for a
shopping mall, the controlled residential ventilation of
a single-family home or the ventilation of tunnels and
metro stations - Systemair experts are familiar with the
conditions and have the necessary know-how. More than
4,100 employees in more than 56 subsidiaries in over 45
countries ensure the necessary proximity to the customer.
We invite you to join us in discovering the world of
ventilation technology in this brochure.
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Systemair Worldwide
Systemair-Production worldwide
Skinnskatteberg, Sweden:
Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany:
Maribor, Slovenia:
Head office of the Systemair group, distribution
center and largest production facility with one
of Europe’s most advanced R&D-centers. Frico’s
central warehouse is also located here.
Menerga is a leading European producer of
air handling units for swimming pool halls and
comfort ventilation with extra high efficiency.
Specialized in centrifugal smoke extract fans, EN
certified.
Windischbuch, Germany:
Hässleholm, Sweden:
Production of modular air handling units.
VEAB is the leading European manufacturer of
electric duct heaters. Production of heating and
cooling coils, electric and water based.
Production facility for fans and modular air handling units, specialized on engineered products
(e.g. tunnel and jet fans). Distribution center.
Langenfeld, Germany:
Production of air curtains.
Ukmerge, Lithuania:
Production of smaller air handling units with
energy recovery systems.
Hasselager, Denmark:
Dal, Eidsvoll, Norway:
Production of air handling units for the
Norwegian market.
Bratislava, Slovakia:
The factory in Bratislava manufactures air
distribution products and EN certified fire and
smoke dampers.
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Quality:
Systemair is certified in accordance with ISO 9001;
ISO 14001 and ATEX. Our research and development laboratories are one of the most modern in
Europe; measurements are made in accordance
with international standards like AMCA and ISO.
Bouctouche, Canada
Kansas City, USA
Save energy, lower running cost!
Our label "Green Ventilation" features products
with a high energy saving potential.All products
labelled with "Green Ventilation" combine energy
economy with energy efficiency.
Skinnskatteberg, Sweden
Dal, Eidsvoll, Norway
Hässleholm, Sweden
Hasselager, Denmark
Ukmerge, Lithuania
Waalwijk, Niederlande
Langenfeld, Germany
Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany
Bratislava, Slovakia
Tillières-sur-Avre, France
Maribor, Slovenia
Windischbuch, Germany
Milano, Italy
Istanbul, Turkey
Madrid, Spain
Wujiang, China
New Delhi, India
Hyderabad, India
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Madrid, Spain:
Istanbul, Turkey:
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia :
Production of air handling units for the southern
European market.
Systemair-HSK is Turkey‘s leading manufacturer
of air handling units.
Production and marketing of products for Tunnel
and garage ventilation.
Milan, Italy:
Bouctouche, Canada:
Hyderabad, India:
Our factory in Italy, Systemair AC, develops and
manufactures a wide range of air conditioner.
Waalwijk, Netherlands:
Holland Heating is Netherlands leading manufacturer of air handling units.
Tillières-sur-Avre, France:
Production of air conditioning products.
Our main North American production facility of
air handling units and inline fans for commercial
and residential applications is located in
Bouctouche.
Kansas City, USA:
Production of fans for the US market.
Production of air distribution products.
Greater Noida (Near New Delhi), India:
Production of duct, axial and box fans, air
distribution products & air handling units.
Wujiang, China:
Production of air handling units for the Asian
market.
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Systemair India
Greater Noida India manufacturing facility
Systemair India
Systemair India Pvt. Ltd. (100% owned subsidiary of Systemair AB,
Sweden) is having sales offices in 9 Cities- Noida, Bangalore, Chennai,
Hyderabad, Kolkata, Pune, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Cochin and 2 state-ofart, ultra modern manufacturing plants having 12000 m2 area in Greater
Noida & Hyderabad to support local market needs with minimum possible
time for delivery. A team of more than 380 professionals are working for
the company today, looking after sales, technical support, production and
logistics in the asian market.
Systemair India is a proud member of AMCA. We are building up test rig in
accordance to AMCA 210-07 at Greater Noida facility to test our products
perforamnce.
Core values and vision
•• Core values-Simplicity and reliability
•• Mission-Develop, manufacture and market high-quality ventilation
products
•• Trust-Reliability and Trust are most important factors to our customers.
Goals and strategies
•• Innovative product development and extensive product range together
with a focus on energy efficient ventilation products.
•• High product availability and fast delivery through efficient production
and logistics.
•• Development and expansion of distribution network.
•• Good relationships with installers, distributors and consultants to help
Systemair to be perceived as a leading supplier of high quality ventilation products.
•• To increase export business in Asian countries for Air handling Units and
Air distribution products
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Product range
•• Fans and accessories
•• Air curtains and fan heaters
•• Air handling units
•• Fire safety ventilation
Ventilation fans
Air distribution products
Modern and efficient production
•• Over 12000 m2 of production area in 2 factories.
•• Well invested and specialised factories.
•• ISO Certification 9001:2008
•• Strategy of modernising production facilities to keep quality and
reducing lead time.
Certified products for clean indoors!!
•• Focus on energy efficient, environment and user friendly products.
•• Proud member of AMCA.
•• Axial Fan are certified as per AMCA international.
•• High temperature fans are certified as per EN12101-3 for 300⁰C for
2 hours.
•• Follows ETL Testing Lab U.S.A for Performance testing of Air distribution products like Grilles & Diffusers.
•• Air distribution products (Grilles , Diffuser,
Dampers, Louvers etc.)
•• Duct attenutors
•• Garage and tunnel fans.
Air handling units
•• Fire dampers are certified by CBRI Roorkee (as per UL555) and also as
per BS-476 Part 20.
•• Sound Attenuators certified in SRL, U.K for the static insertion loss as per
BS 4718-1971.
•• EUROVENT certified BA series of AHUs.
•• BS/EN1886:2007 for strength of casing, tightness, thermal resistance,
thermal bridging and Filter bypass leakage for AHU.
•• EN13053 for air flow-static pressure performance, heat transfer and
heat recovery performance.
•• Fire Damper series FSD-A-L, FSD-A-S are certified by UL.
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Product range
Systemair has an extensive range of ventilation products, fans, air handling units and air terminal devices for various
applications.
These products are installed in a variety of locations, including homes, offices, healthcare premises, shops, pharmaceutical
industry, industrial buildings, tunnels, parking garages, training facilities, sports centres etc.
The most common usage is comfort ventilation, but safety ventilation in various forms is also an important market. Smoke
gas ventilation and tunnel ventilation are two examples.
FANS
Circular duct fans
Rectangular duct fans
Duct fans with a circular connection.
Duct fans with a rectangular connection.
Radial fans
Box fans
Single-inlet radial fans.
For extract air systems that transport
normal or high-temperature media.
Axial fans
Roof fans
Axial fans for duct connection or wall
mounting.
Roof fans with a circular or square connection.
Explosion-proof fans
Jet fans
Thermo fans
Explosion-proof fans for duct, roof and
axial installations.
The jet fan range includes products for
garages and road and rail tunnels.
Systemair supplies high temperature
fans that can withstand conditions of up
to 600°C for 120 minutes.
Systemair is one of the world’s largest
suppliers of fans for use in various
types of property.
Our range includes everything from
duct fans with a round connection –
the company’s original product - to
rectangular duct fans, roof fans, axial
fans, explosion-proof fans, and smoke
gas fans.
These fans can be supplied in sizes
suitable for everything from ducts
with a diameter of just 100 mm to
large road tunnel fans. All our fans
have been developed to comply
with stringent requirements and are
characterised by user-friendliness, a
high level of quality and a long service
life.
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SAFETy VENTILATION
VENTILATIoN
FIRE SAFETY
Smoke gas fans
Fire dampers
Systemair produces fans, dampers
and control equipment for protection
against smoke and fire certified for
use during normal operation and in
the event of a fire. The axial fans
are certified for installation inside or
outside fire risk areas.
High-capacity fans for evacuation of
smoke gases.
Dampers that reduce the spread of
smoke and fire.
RESIDENTIAL VENTILATION
VENTILATIoN
Residential units
Complete energy-efficient air handling
units with heat recovery and builtin control systems. Designed to be
mounted over the cooker, on walls or
horizontally in attics.
For homes with living areas of 60-320 m .
Good at capturing odours even at low
airflows.
AIR TERMINAL DEVICES
Supply, extract & transfer
air terminal devices
Nozzle air devices
Systemair’s range also includes a wide
selection of air terminal devices for all
possible environments and positions.
Development and manufacture take
place at a modern factory in Slovakia.
AIR HANDLING UNITS
Systemair manufactures compact as
well as commercial air hanling units.
Majority of models are Eurovent
certified.
Cooker hoods
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Optimum air distribution for rooms.
For mounting in ceilings or walls.
Supply & extract air ventilator
Duct products
For mounting in ceilings and walls.
Dampers, plenum boxes, and duct accessories.
BA Unit
DV Unit
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A good indoor climate is vital
We often take natural resources such as fresh air for granted. We must
however remain frugal with this essential resource and mindful of maintaining
a responsible balance between the designing of good ventilation systems and
considering energy consumption and well thought out material usage and
production methods. Systemair has recognized this need and has developed the
"Green Ventilation" registered trade mark for ventilation labelling these products.
Heat recovery
Pressure
In areas with a relatively low average
annual temperature, ventilation systems employ effective heat recovery
that returns energy from extract air
to the supply air. A good rotating heat
exchanger can recover up to 90% of
the energy present.
The design of the duct system and
the unit has an impact on required
system pressure. There are often tens,
sometimes hundreds, of Pascals to be
saved here.
Energy-efficient fans
Today, there is a new generation of fan
motors that contribute to a dramatic
reduction in energy consumption, as
much as 50% in some cases. The new
EC motors are better suited to speed
control functions, which is where considerable energy savings can be made.
Further benefits are of quieter operation as well as extended product life.
Cool recovery
In warmer parts of the world, energy
savings may be possible by drawing
cool night-time supply air into premises,
thus cooling the building structure.
Quality-certified products
How can you choose the right solution
and product when there are so many
alternatives? Nowadays, most major
suppliers are ISO-certified and have CEmarked products, but is that enough?
One of Europe's most modern development centres
At Systemair we are going one step
further and working hard to ensure that
our products maintain a high standard
and are approved by various bodies.
For units, this may mean Eurovent
certification or other local certification
for the country in question. To achieve
this, you need resources and expertise.
Within the Group, you will find, among
other things, one of Europe’s most
modern development centres, which is
AMCA-certified.
A room that is so quiet that the only
thing you’ll hear is your heartbeat.
The development centre in Skinnskatteberg, recently accredited by AMCA,
signifies an investment of EUR 700,000
and is fitted with measurement and
testing equipment, making it one of
the most modern facilities of its kind in
Europe.
The quiet room is one of the test
stations or a “reverberation chamber”,
producing a background sound of less
than 10 dBA. When measuring supply
air terminals, a green laser is used
to show how the air is expelled from
wall-mounted or ceiling-mounted
devices. There is also a climate chamber that cools the air to -20°C, which
means we can use it all year round to
develop our recovery units. In addition
to the test centre in Skinnskatteberg,
there are also test facilities in Germany
and Denmark where we can measure
air volumes of more than 40000 m3/h.
We are building up test rig in accordance to AMCA 210-07 at Greater Noida
facility to test our products
perforamnce.
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Selection tools
We have developed this overview to make it easier for you to get an idea of which
product best suits your specific needs. More detailed analysis or planning usually
requires additional information, which is where the following tools come in.
Product catalogue and
specification data
More detailed technical information,
sufficient to carry out complete planning, is available in separate catalogues and specification data. These
describe all incorporated functions,
available accessories, and additional
technical data.
Online catalogue and computer
software
For those who prefer to work online,
it is possible to select and dimension
most products using Systemair’s online
catalogue.
In addition to complete product information, there is also a selection function that suggests alternative products
to suit actual needs. For certain products, such as Topvex, medium pressure
axial fans, air handling units DV and BA,
there is computer software that can be
downloaded and installed locally.
Personal support
Systemair aims to have local expertise
close to the customer. You can find up-todate information and contact details for
each country on our website,
www.systemair.in.
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Offices
Office buildings generally require good ventilation during the day as well as heat and
cooling recovery and reconditioning of supply air depending on external conditions.
Ventilation systems with demand control
should be considered for offices where
staffing levels vary. As a rule, offices develop an excess of heat produced by people,
lighting, solar radiation, computer equipment, etc. In many cases there is a need
to cool the air and prevent uncomfortable
high temperatures. In larger buildings that
accumulate heat energy easily, you should
consider employing night cooling. If the
office is in a city environment, a higher
filtration class should be used. In an office
environment, there is also considerable
need to reduce the noise generated by the
ventilation system.
Schools and nurseries
A school environment means a lot of people present at certain times of the day, i.e.
generally there are relatively large variations. This means that it should be possible
to use demand control for the ventilation
system. Normally, with heat and/or cool
recovery is warranted. There will be short
periods during the year when heating may
be required. However if there is effective
sunscreening, then air reconditioning is
rarely required. High demand for low noise
levels. At day nurseries, activities such as
cooking that create odours are common,
so there is often a need for supply air and
extract air to be kept separate. There must
be heat recovery in the form of a plate heat
exchanger, for example.
Shops
As a rule, the number of people in a shop
changes constantly throughout the day,
making a control-on-demand ventilation
system the sensible option. Recirculating air
in combination with carbon dioxide control
(CO2) and heat recovery can be one optimised solution for these types of premises.
When there are few people present, CO2
levels will be low and an increased amount
of return air can be mixed into the system.
As the number of people present increases,
the amount of return air is reduced and
replaced with fresh outdoor air. If heating
is required at night-time, the premises are
warmed up using 100% recirculating air.
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Industry
Industrial premises will often have high
airflows if the work carried out there
generates high levels of air pollution. If the
pollutants are also aggressive, there may
be requirements that affect the choice of
material used. Systemair offers products
for different environmental classes that can
cope with tough environments. Filtration
of processed air can be adapted to suit
specific demands.
Hotels
The requirements for conditioning in hotels
are characterised by demands relating to
fire protection, demand control and low
noise levels. The choice of air handling
unit will probably be affected by these
demands. What is important here is good
functions for speed control and quiet operation. In addition to quiet air handling units
with demand control, Systemair can also
supply fans and dampers for fire protection.
Healthcare premises
Healthcare premises can encompass
numerous activities, everything from
operating theatres to wards. The activity
determines the requirements. Operating
theatres will have stringent demands for
cleanliness and ventilation. Wards require
low noise levels. If several areas are served
by the same system, the unit must have
demand control and possibly even sub-systems. Systemair’s range of air handling
units can satisfy all requirements relating to
healthcare premises, whether these have
to do with air cleanliness, noise levels or
demand control.
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Air handling units - Overview
Systemair has a wide range of air handling units for use in various applications from small office premises to larger
industrial applications. Common to all items in the range is that systems and components have been developed to
satisfy stringent demands for low energy consumption. Heat exchangers, motors and fan units have all undergone
extensive testing, both in the laboratory and out in the field, in order to comply with current and future demands for
low energy consumption.
All products are also manufactured to comply with environmental requirements. To ensure easy installation, many of
these units feature control systems enabled for plug-and-play, i.e. simple start-up.
BA
0.14-48.6 m3/s
BA is a range of EUROVENT Certified air handling units manufactured by Systemair India. It is available in 41
models with large number of component combinations, suitable for cooling, heating, recovery, ventilation, fresh air
applications. The capacity of the air flow ranges from 1000 CMH to 178000 CMH with static pressure values upto
2300 Pa .
m3/h
5.56
11.11
16.67
22.22
27.78
33.33
38.89
44.44
50.00
55.55
m3/s
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200
500
1000
1500
2000
4000
6000
m3/h
4500
TA
0.07-1.25 m3/s
Supply air handling units intended
for small to medium-sized premises.
Available in 7 sizes and supplied
complete with control system, fan,
heating coil and filter.
3000
2000
1500
1100
650
450
0.05
0.1
0.3
0.2
500
0.5
0.4
1000
1500
m3/s
2
1
2000
3000
m3/h
030
016
0.3
0.2
500
0.5
0.4
1000
m3/s
1.4
1
1500
2000
3000
m3/h
2000
1100
0.08
0.1
0.3
0.2
200
500
1000
0.4
1500
m3/s
1
0.5
2000
4000
6000
15
Topvex TX (cross-flow heat exchanger)
12
09
06
04
03
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
1
Maxi
0.1-0.56 m3/s
Compact air handling units with a
low overall height and heat recovery,
intended for small and medium-sized
premises. Available in 2 sizes and
supplied complete with control system.
Also available with an electric or hot
water heating coil.
Topvex TR/TX 0.09-1.9 m /s
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m3/h
Topvex TR (rotating heat exchanger)
0.05
0.13-0.97 m3/s
False ceiling units for small and
medium-sized premises. Available in 3
sizes and in 3 versions.
035
0.1
F
m3/s
2
Compact air handling units with top
connection and rotating or cross-flow
heat exchangers, intended for mediumsized premises. Supplied complete
with control system. Equipped with EC
motors and can be supplied with an
electric or hot water heating coil.
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200
500
1000
1500
2000
4000
Topvex SR (rotating heat exchanger)
6000
m3/h
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Topvex SX (cross-flow heat exchanger)
09
07
06
04
03
0.05
0.1
1500
0.3
0.2
2000
0.5
0.4
4000
m3/s
2
1
6000
10 000
15 000
m3/h
40
25
20
15
10
1500
0.4
0.5
2000
3000
1
5000
2
10 000
3
20 000 30 000
50 000
90 000
m3/h
190
120
100
80
60
50
40
30
25
20
15
10
1
2
3
5
TIME
0.4-4.0 m3/s
10
DV
0.4-24 m3/s
Modular air handling units intended for
large premises. Available in 14 sizes.
Large number of combinations and
options.
150
0.7
Compact air handling units with side
connection and rotating or cross-flow
heat exchangers, intended for mediumsized premises. Supplied complete with
control system. Equipped with EC motors
and can be supplied with an electric or
hot water heating coil.
m3/s
5
4
240
0.4
0.1-1.9 m3/s
Compact air handling units with heat
recovery, intended for medium-sized
premises. Available in 6 sizes and
supplied complete with control system.
Also available with heating coil and
cooling coil.
30
0.3
Topvex SR/SX 15
20
m3/s
25
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Examples of applications
Different types of plant – same basic requirements
All buildings are there to create a “climate shell”, regardless of whether the aim is cleaner air or a cooler or
warmer climate than the external surroundings.
Here are a few examples where Systemair air handling units have been used and the conditions and
requirements that applied.
Topvex
TA
F
Maxi TR
TX
BA
SX TIME
SR
SIMPLE PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION
Simple project implementation for expansion of existing premises or new
buildings. Simplifies selection and planning and includes smart solutions for
easier installation.
BA
TIME DV
FLEXIBLE SOLUTIONS
Flexible solutions with heat recovery and intelligent control functions that
are easily adapted to suit current needs, different recovery systems and
configurations.
BA
TIME DV
LARGE VOLUMES OF AIR
When choosing central plants, you will usually need units capable of handling
large volumes of air and sometimes the option of communicating with an
integrated control system.
Topvex
TA
F
Maxi TR
TX
COMPACT SOLUTIONS
Changed needs when upgrading or renovating a building usually mean
new requirements for air handling. Extreme space-saving solutions and
connections for units that can also be split for easier transport and handling
at the construction site are able to satisfy all new demands.
Topvex
TA Maxi TR
TX
SR
SX TIME DV
COMMUNICATION
Integrated control systems. The nature and complexity of requirements for
controlling units and functions vary depending on the size of a project. Our
factory-integrated solutions with various levels of equipment can handle
everything from the simplest requirements to the toughest demands.
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BA Air handling units
• Available in 41 different sizes
• Handles airflows of 1000-178000 CMH
• For use with low, intermediate or high air pressure
systems.
• Heating and cooling units
• Extensive range of filters
• Heat recovery sections
Introduction
The air handling unit (AHU) is one of the most essential
and critical component to be considered when designing
an air conditioning system.
The importance of air handling unit in the system is
readily understood, as it modifies the air conditions for
environments and is placed downstream of all other
installed equipments.
Both the construction layout and the physical sizes of the
installed air handling unit being critical means that it is
extremely difficult to adjust at a later date to situations
different from those established during the original
selection process. For this reason, the equipment must
be carefully and precisely selected.
The width and height of the equipment, is defined on the
basis of the air flow rate.
The type of fan and the motor can be selected on the
basis of the designed static pressure. The characteristics
of the cooling and heating units can be defined on the
basis of the estimated cooling and/or heating load.
Various additional sections can be added to obtain an
apparatus defined by three dimensions and with a series
of specific components.
Systemair India manufacturers EUROVENT Certified air
handling units, the trade name being BA. BA is probably
the most flexible unit on the market when it comes to
design suited to spefic applications.
This catalogue presents BA air handling units, which
includes equipment for air flows between 1000 and
178000 CMH, with static pressures of up to 2300 Pa.
Special care has been taken in the preparation of the
catalogue to ensure a user-friendly document. Only a
little effort is needed to obtain a rather precise overview
of the air handling unit required, with clear, concise
information on the most important characteristics. Based
on our experience, these are key data for the start of any
project.
Additional information can be used to identify each
of the characteristics to be taken into account in the
precise, complete definition of each apparatus.
The DIDW type forward/backword curved centrifugal
fans or plug fans to be selected for use in low-, mediumor high-pressure air systems, depending on the project
characteristics. Several options are also available for
the heat exchangers. The heating units installed can use
different heating fluids such as:
• Hot water; Electricity, etc.
The most commonly used cooling media are:
• Chilled water; Glycol water; Direct expansion of
coolants, etc.
An extensive range of air filters can handle a variety
of filtering needs, from simple impurity filtering to
absolute filtering, within the limits established by the
manufacturer for the filtering media.
A set of many well-differentiated sections complete the
assembly to allow the intake of outside air, mix it with
returned air, filter it, heat it, cool it, recover heat, provide
access to the equipment interior, etc.
Once completed, the air handling unit features a smooth,
exterior line with a solid, sturdy, aesthetically pleasing
look that fits with the surroundings.
Selection software
BA Selection software Systemair BA AHU is available
for download on www.systemair.in and can also be
requested from your nearest Systemair office.
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Casing
The metal enclosure that covers all the components
contained in the Air Handling Unit is sturdy and has no
protruding items to disturb the overall look of the unit.
BA Air handling units have a frame composed of an
extruded aluminium section that outlines the equipment
edges perfectly, resulting in a solid, robust and attractive
overall look.
These aluminium extruded sections are joined by
injection-moulded glass-reinforced plastic angle cleats.
In these larger sizes, the sections are joined together
by angle cleats made from engineering plastics. The
assembly is anchored by slot screws, obtaining a solid,
sturdy structure.
The unit enclosure is made up of sandwich panels
comprising two pieces of galvanised sheets one inside
the other.
The BA panels are manufactured in nominal thicknes of
50mm which are mounted on a frame composed of an
aluminium profile, which outlines the equipment edges
precisely. Due to its width, the 50 mm BA panel flushes
with the extruded aluminium frame.
Regardless of the type of structure, all BA panels on the
access side can be easily dismounted, thereby facilitating
access to the internal parts of the air handling unit by the
maintenance staff.
The finished equipment can have a bedplate composed
of channel sections or feet. Based on the project needs,
it can also be set on shock absorbers when vibration
must be avoided.
The enclosure described contains all the air handling
unit sections, which can include some or all of the ones
described below:
Inlet section
This section is composed of a standardised length with
an air inlet to the air handling unit.
This opening can:
• Use a volume control damper, that can be equipped
for manual operation or for subsequent automation.
• Be protected by an air shutter.
• The combination of the previous two.
• Be equipped with a simple inlet consisting of a
straight flange for easier duct connection;
The inner rack is manufactured of aluzinc or galvanised
steel sheet, whereas the exterior rack of the same
material has precoated/ aluzinc finish. The insulation
material between the two racks is either machine
injected polyurethane foam insulation or rockwool /
glasswool to ensure excellent thermal & sound insulation
and reduce potential condensation.
The polyurethane foam injection process is carried out
by introducing in a press with hot plates, which promotes
polymerisation and avoids panel deformation due to the
expansive strength of the chemicals.
This method results in a higher mechanical stiffness than
panels filled with other type of insulation (even when
the panels have thicker sheets), as the adhesion of the
chemical foam to the metal sheet significantly increases
the mechanical strength.
This type of insulation has become extremely popular
and is the unquestionable market leader in India.
Polyurethane foam was introduced many years ago
for the insulation of air handling units. Anyway we use
rockwool/glasswool upon request.
In addition, a cover to prevent water from entering when
the equipment is placed outdoors can be provided.
Mixing section
This has similar features as the above and two openings,
each of which contain a control damper.
These dampers can be supplied with an extruded
aluminium section construction. These damper models
have an aluminium airfoil blades.
The operating mechanisms for all dampers are installed
in the channel frame. This allows air to circulate
freely and facilitates installation in closed ducts. The
mechanisms and fasteners are made of corrosionresistant materials.
The operating mechanism of the dampers may be
manual or equipped for motor-driven operation. In the
latter case, upon request and depending on the damper
size, these controls can be supplied interconnected so
they can be operated by a single servo drive.
Free cooling section
This section requires a return fan and a supply fan. These
fans must have three dampers in between to regulate
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the volumes of exhaust, return and outside air.
Atmospheric dust is a mixture of fog, combustion
gases, fine dry particles and fibres. Air testing normally
indicates the presence of soot and smoke, quartz, soil,
residue from decomposed animals and vegetables,
organic substances in the form of cotton and plant
fibres, and metal fragments. The air also contains other
organisms such as microorganisms, spores and pollen.
Therefore, in order to meet their purpose the dampers
must be motor-driven.
When the enthalpy of the outside air is less than the
enthalpy of the recirculated air, i.e., during spring and
autumn, the mixture of outside air and recirculated air is
controlled to achieve free cooling.
Particle size is expressed in microns (10-6 m). Air
contains particles with a thickness of up to 0.01 microns
and other particles with a thickness similar to fibres,
leaves, etc.
Dust is generally understood to mean particles under
100 microns.
Consequently, the relative opening of the dampers
is determined by an enthalpy (or dry temperature)
comparator, which sends the respective signal to the
damper motors.
In order to ensure the minimum ventilation air required in
cooling or heating seasons, the outside air inlet damper
can be split into two sections (one motor-driven and
another manual that remains fixed). The cross-section
of the damper will be proportional to the minimum
ventilation air flow.
The particle size distribution of particles in atmospheric
dust can be measured in one of several ways. The
following figure contains three curves representing the
distribution of particles according to number, weight or
spray surface.
This effect can also be achieved more economically by
adjusting the stroke of the motor operating the outside
air damper so it does not close completely.
The upper curve indicates (in % of total) the number
of suspended particles in the air with a diameter below
a certain reference number (e.g., 99.9% are below 1
micron).
Filter section
The middle curve shows the particle spray distribution
on the surface; for example, the surface sprayed with
particles under 1 micron, account for 30% of the total
weight of the particles.
One of the purposes of the air handling unit is to ensure
the purity of the room air.
Air filtering is related to the quantity, variety and size of
the suspended impurities, the existence of contaminant
gases or odours, and the desired filtering efficiency.
The lower curve indicates the distribution by weight of
atmospheric dust; for example, particles below 1 micron
account for 30% of the total weight of the particles.
The various impurities that can exist in the air are
discussed below.
Traditionally, a variety of measurement methods have
been used to determine the efficiency of the different
types of filters and no classification system combining
the various criteria in use existed. The first version of
the Unified Standard EN 779 was issued to unify the
The air contains numerous foreign substances caused by
natural processes (e.g., wind erosion, sea evaporation,
soil movements, volcanic eruptions) and by human
activity (e.g., combustion).
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99,90
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90,00
80,00
70,00
60,00
50,00
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PERCENTAGE < DIAMETER OF PARTICLES
20
5,00
1,00
0,10
0,01
0,01
0,1
1
DIAMETER OF PARTICLES
10
20 µm
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classification criteria for all filters with an initial efficiency
with atmospheric dust less than or equal to 98%, (Group
G: coarsedust filters; Group F: fine-dust filters).
Group G (coarse-dust filters) and Class F5, F6 and F7 for
Group F (fine-dust filters), as per UNE-EN 779.
Later, in 1998 the first version of Unified Standard EN1822 unifying the classification criteria for HEPA and
ULPA absolute filters was published. The initial efficiency
of these filters with atmospheric dust is greater than
98%.
The standardised range for the BA Air Handling Unit
includes three air filtering sections which, combined with
the wide variety of filtering materials, cover an extensive
range of possibilities in filtering efficiency.
Extended surface filters
Characterised by a specific type of pleat which produces
a larger filtering surface. The pleat design, as well as
the alignment between the pleats, ensures uniform air
circulation over the surface of the filtering media.
The extended surface filter is composed of a frame,
filtering media in zigzag layout, and electrowelded mesh
to hold the media. Its advantages with respect to flat
filters are:
• Greater filtering surface;
• Reduced front air velocity;
• Greater efficiency;
• Greater dust retention capacity;
• Reduced front surface.
The filters correspond to Classes G1, G2, G3 and G4 of
Flexible bag filters
Which allow a high filtering flow rate in relation to the
front surface area. Constructed with fibreglass (greater
efficiency) or synthetic fibre (lower efficiency) filtering
media.
This equipment has the following advantages:
• Lower power requirement.
• Longer filter renewal interval.
• Lower energy costs.
• Lower maintenance.
These filters have a medium to high efficiency and
correspond to Classes F5, F6, F7 and F8 of Group F (finedust filters) as per UNE-EN 779.
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Rigid bag filters
Same as above but allowing a high filtering flow in
relation to the front surface area.
This equipment has the following advantages:
• Solid, sturdy construction for fast, easy installation.
• Compact, reduced-volume design.
They have a medium to high efficiency and correspond
to Classes F5, F6, F7, F8 and F9 of Group F (fine-dust
filters) as per UNE-EN 779.
Both the rigid and the flexible bag filters are specially
recommended for:
•Hospitals.
• Pharmaceutical companies.
• Food industries.
• Computer rooms.
• Office buildings.
Likewise, both rigid bag filters and the flexible bag
filters of Class F8 and F9 trap particles below 6 microns,
which correspond to the smallest particles of those
in temporary suspension that are visible under a
microscopic.
Rigid filter.
Absolute filters
Require careful installation that guarantees complete airtightness of all gaskets. They are designed to eliminate
virtually even the smallest particles in the air, i.e., those
in continuous suspension (the smallest of these are only
visible using electronic microscopes).
They are specially recommended for:
•Hospitals.
• Food industries.
• Pharmaceutical companies.
• Clean rooms.
• Absolute filtering of air in environments with
controlled contamination.
They should be installed immediately before the space
requiring this virtually sterile air that these filters can
supply.
They correspond to Classes H10, H11, H12, H13 and H14
of Group H: absolute filter, HEPA and ULPA, as per UNEEN 1822.
Absolute Hepa filters.
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CHARACTERISTICS OF THE MAIN ATMOSPHERIC POLLUTANTS
Continuous suspension particles
Temporal suspension particles
SMOG
Thick particles
FOG
TABACCO SMOKE
DRIZZLE
ATMOSPHERIC DUST AND ASHES
VIRUS
BACTERIAS
RAIN
INDUSTRIAL DUST
POLLEN
Human
Air
FUEL SMOKE
Visible under electric microsc.
COAL SMOKE
Visible under the microscope
ELECTROSTATIC FILTRATION
Visible under the human eye
NORMAL FILTRATION
ø particles
0,1
1
10
Drop Speed
0,000035
0,0035
0,296
CYCLONES
100
29,6
1 000
MICRAS
395
cm/s
AIR PURITY CONDITIONS IN CLEAN ROOMS
CONDICIONES DE LA PUREZA DEL AIRE EN SALAS LIMPIAS
3 500
100 000
350
10 000
35
1 000
TY
PE
10
00
3 5 00
00
Particles per litre
0,35
Particles per cubic foot
TY
3,5
209 a
PE
100
10
0
00
0
35
TY
PE
10
0
35
*10
0,05
1
5
10
PARTICLE SIZE (Micras)
* Counts below 10 particles per cubic foot (0.35 per litre) are dubious.
Example: admissible particles for a Class 10,000 system:
10.000
per cubic foot, 0,5 microns.
1.200
per cubic foot, 1 micron.
70
per cubic foot, 1 micron.
50
100
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Cooling/heating section
The cooling and heating units are composed in the
enclosure described above, which contains the tube-andfin heat transfer unit, mounted on a special joint cover.
The maximum horizontal length of the finned coil is
determined by the working width of the interior of the
air handling unit and expressed in mm.
For air cooling processes, units composed of copper
pipes and aluminium fins (Cu/Al) are normally used.
The depth of the heating/cooling unit is composed of
a specific number of rows of tubes facing the direction
of air flow. The number of rows is calculated according
to the air flow conditions at the inlet and outlet of the
unit, based on the cooling or heating energy used by the
equipment.
At the bottom, the cooling section has a aluminium/
stainless steel pan for collecting condensation and a
small hose to drain the condensation toward the outside.
The pan is slightly tilted for easier drainage, in order to
prevent the proliferation of harmful bacteria such as
Legionella pneumophila.
The number of rows is defined by a number, followed by
the letter “R”.
Based on the above, a unit designated as 20T 3R 950
means:
20 T Height of 20 tubes, equal to 635 mm;
3 R Depth of three tubes
950 Length of finned coil, in mm.
The standardised BA Air Handling Unit range uses the
following heating/cooling units:
This range can be used with any cooling or heating fluid
except steam, where the length of the finned coil is
slightly lower, since collectors must be mounted on both
sides of the unit instead of one side only, as normally
done with other fluids.
Direct expansion units are also used for cooling. These
units can be equipped with one or two manifolds.
For heating processes, the same type of copper/
aluminium units used for cooling is normally used.
If the air might contain corrosive chemicals, copper tube
and fin (Cu/Cu) units should be used to improve the
corrosion resistance of the equipment. This type of unit
is more expensive than the copper/aluminium unit.
Electrical heating units can also be installed upon
request, depending on the customer’s needs.
Copper tube and aluminium fin heating/cooling
units
This class of heating/cooling unit is most commonly
installed in air handling units, and is composed of a coil
of copper pipes covered with thin aluminium fins to
greatly increase the primary heat transfer surface of the
tube, due to the large transfer surface of the fins.
The front air velocity surface (Afo) expressed in m2 is
determined by the dimensions (width x height) of the air
handling unit internally.
Selection of the air velocity through the heating/
cooling unit
Normally, the air velocity through the heating/cooling
unit should not exceed 2.7 m/s (not including the drop
separator), as this velocity is considered the maximum
admissible to prevent entrainment of condensed water
to other sections of the air handling unit or from the air
supply system to the environments.
The heating/cooling unit will also provide good efficiency
levels at lower velocities, however. As a result, since the
pressure drop of the air flowing through the unit is lower,
both the static pressure of the fan and the input power
are also lower.
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In terms of energy, this factor can save on power
consumption over the years. Moreover, when the fan is
selected, the rotating speed of the fan can be lowered to
reduce the noise level.
In some cases the above factors are critical and can be
solved by selecting an air velocity through the heating/
cooling unit below 2.7 m/s.
In the case of air handling units with heating units only
(one or more), the air velocity may be above 2.7 m/s,
although in terms of energy consumption and the above
considerations, the circumstances are the same.
Generally the flow velocity is 3.5 m/s.
For heating, the use of units with steel pipe is
recommended when utilising fluids at high temperature
and pressure, as these pipes are much stronger than
copper pipes, which could be deformed under these
conditions due to excessive expansion of the metal.
and maintenance of the units and the drip pan.
If the specified exposure times are used, these emitters
can attack microbes on surfaces or suspended in the air
that are growing, circulating or being distributed in the
air handling units, and which are largely responsible for
allergies and other air-borne diseases.
Access section
This section, which has a hinged access door and is
equipped with an enclosure and handle, is sandwiched
in the air handling unit configuration to allow access
to the lower parts that require surveillance or regular
maintenance.
It may also be used to hold any type of auxiliary
component, such as a perforated jet humidifier for
direct humidification with steam, or other types of
components.
Door hinge
Germicide section
We can analyse the use of a germicide section to
improve the quality of the air supply only upon request.
An adequately designed germicide section should
ensure that all bacteria flowing through the system are
subjected to the bactericidal radiation necessary for its
disposal.
The emitters should be installed in areas prone to
bacterial growth, such as cooling units, drip pans and
other moist areas, in other words, in any parts that have
adequate conditions for bacteria development.
The use of this equipment will improve the air quality of
the treated environments, as well as the heat exchanger
efficiency of the units, minimising the need for cleaning
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Recovery section
Rotating regenerative air-to-air recovery unit, specially
designed to transfer sensitive (temperature) and latent
(humidity) heat from the exhaust air to the supply air.
The supply air stops in one of the halves of the heat
recovery unit, while the exhaust air circulates in
counterflow through the other half.
heat recovery systems:
• Reduced heating plant power, minimising equipment
sizes in terms of boilers, fuel tank, circulating pumps,
heat pipes and heating units.
• Reduced cooling plant size (compressors and
condensers or cooling towers), circulating pumps, pipe
grid and cooling units. Savings in operating power
consumption for heat and cold generation.
Any of the recovery systems mentioned in this section
can be installed upon request only, as they are not
included in the BA standardised range.
Fan section
This section is composed of a centrifugal fan with an
anchor bedplate, drive and electric motor or plug-fan.
The centrifugal fan motor assembly is mounted on
Silentbloc bushings and the discharge outlet is joined to
the opening in the enclosure by means of a flexible fire
retardant synthetic seal.
When the impeller turns, the small air flowing channels
comprising the impeller are alternately in contact with
clean air and with return air, transmitting heat and
moisture from one circuit to the other.
Static recovery unit with air-to-air crossflow designed
to transfer sensitive (temperature) heat; in this type of
heat recovery unit, the supply air is completely separate
from the exhaust air, in order to prevent any type of
contamination from one air stream to the other.
Heat transfer takes place through the plate separating the
two streams.
Two adjacent plates form a small duct for exhaust or supply
air.
This allows the unit to run without external transmission
of the small vibrations normally caused by fan motor
assemblies.
Centrifugal
The BA series has three types of fans that cover all
needs: the forward and aerofoil models for low pressures
and the backward for medium and high pressures.
Once the fan model is selected, check the respective
behaviour curve to obtain the unique characteristics.
Based on two essential factors (air flow and total static
pressure), the following is obtained:
The plate-to-plate distance varies, depending on the size
and efficiency requirements.
Recovery unit composed of a dual unit in a closed air-toair circuit. Designed to transfer sensitive (temperature)
heat, using units manufactured with copper pipes and
aluminium fins (Cu/Al).
The method is simple and economic, as the return air
flows through one of the units, heating the water that
circulates inside and is then exhausted.
The outside air flows through the other unit, which heats
the air while it cools the circulating water, with the latter
heated again in the return circuit, creating a continuous
sensitive-heat recovery cycle in the air.
In order to ensure proper system operation in winter,
facilities with an extremely low outside air temperature
must use glycol water.
Benefits achieved from the installation of any of these
Forward curve fan.
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Plug Fan
• Revolutions per minute
Plug fan built into an acoustically insulated air handling
unit.
• Efficiency, in %
• Input power at the shaft, in kW;
• Mean sound power level of the octave bands, in dB;
• Air outlet velocity, in m/s;
• Dynamic pressure, in mm w.g.
• Peripheral velocity, in m/s.
In addition to the above, when the electric motor is
selected, the input power at the shaft must be multiplied
by the following coefficients:
Coefficient to be used
aerofoil
backward
1,25
1,25
1,20
1,15
1,15
1,12
0,75
kw
≤
Poteje
<
0,75
kw
Poteje
<
10 kw
Poteje
≥
10 kw
Once the new value is obtained, compare it to
the standardised values from the electric motor
manufacturers.
The energy of the electric motor used to operate the fan
is dissipated in the circulating air, and therefore affects
the cooling load of the cooling system.
In many cases, the air flow necessary for heating may
be considerably less than for cooling. In this case, a
two speed motor can be used. This changes the fan
characteristics, minimising air flow during the winter
season.
There are practically no limits for low-temperature
operation in the fan section. In contrast, high
temperatures can damage the motor. These temperature
limits are clearly defined by electric motor manufacturers
and must be respected to at all times.
Backward
curve fan.
A plug fan supplies air at the fan section outlet with
a low and even air speed. In certain situations it can,
therefore, be an advantage to position air handling
components on the outlet side of the fan.
Single inlet plug fan with open outlet into the air
handling unit. The fan impeller is fitted directly to the
motor shaft. This fan type has low sound power levels in
the lower frequencies.
Efficiency up to 75%.
The motor is supplied with a 1-speed motor. In order to
regulate the fan speed to its actual operating point the
motor must be fitted with a frequency converter.
The frequency converter can continuously control the fan
speed and airflow. Power consumption can be greatly
reduced by operating the fan at lower speed.
Operating temperatures:
Standard design: -10/+40 ˚C
Special design: -30/+60 ˚C.
All fans are fully balanced both statically and
dynamically.
The fan and motor are built on a stable base frame that
is connected to the unit casing with rubber vibration
isolators. These are designed for high levels of vibration
absorption.
The fan inlet is flexible connected to the unit casing. This
ensures a good vibration absorption.
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Airfoil Fans
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Forward Curved
Fans
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EFFICIENCY
AREA OF APPLICATION
Most efficient of the centrifugal fans
General ventilation/air conditioning
Most efficient operating conditions are achieved with maximum f low of 40-50%
Mainly large systems
Power is also peaked at the maximum eff iciency level
Significant energy savings in large industrial fresh air systems
Eff iciency is slightly lower
General ventilation/air conditioning
Similar efficiency with Air foil fan
Certain industrial applications where air foil fans might be
exposed to corrosion and wear
Fan should not be operated on the right side of maximum
pressure
Mainly for low pressure ventilation/air conditioning applications
Most efficient operating conditions are achieved with maximum f low of 50-60%
Lower maximum efficiency than the other centrifugal fans
Silencer section
Selection of a BA unit
The baffles of the silencer section are constructed of
natural galvanized steel sheet, with a peak at the air
inlet end to decrease the head loss. The baffles are also
filled with a sound-insulating material composed of
fibreglass with an appropriate density. This material is
also heat-resistant and its outer face is protected against
air erosion.
A diagram is included so the size of the right air handling
unit can be quickly selected for each case (see next
page). Based on the air flow rate and air velocity through
the heat exchanger units, the diagram indicates the most
adequate
There are two options:
• PA. The sound insulation is protected against erosion
due to air flow by a flame-retardant protective layer.
unit, as well as the relationship with the nearest units in
terms of size.
This is the most common approach in ventilation and
air conditioning systems.
The most common practice is to define the air velocity
through a cooling unit at 2.5 m/s, and 3.5 m/s for heating
only. These are approximate values only.
• PAM. Similar to PA, but with an additional polyesterfilm coating (Melinex).
Example:
Used for applications with acidic, alkaline or oily
gases, as it can be steam-cleaned.
Recommended for hospitals, since bacterial colony
formation is not possible.
These two models can be constructed with four lengths
of baffle.
Special sections
In addition to the standardised sections, other special
sections that meet specific requirements can be
analysed by special order and included in the air handling
unit assembly designed for the application requirement.
Divide each bar in to three equal parts , the vertical line
passing between the first & second part defines the
velocity 2.5 m/s. choose the corresponding model no.
An air handling unit is needed for an air flow of 19,200
m3/h:
On the selection diagram, start with the scale in m3/h
and vertically locate the point where this flowrate
has the velocity of 2.5 m/s, in this case the one that
corresponds is the BA-20 model.
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Quick selection tips
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
1. These fast selection criteria are included to help the user choose the equipment for the design specifications.
Nevertheless, this selection method is not precise enough to indicate the equipment that best fits your
requirements. If more precise information is necessary, please use our computer-aided selection program or
our Sales Department can be contacted.
2. The following formula must be used to determine the air velocity (m/s):
Air velocity =
Flow rate m3/s
Afo m2
= m/s
3. The data used to determine the number of rows of the units are based on the following values:
Cooling:
Heating:
inlet air
26,4ºC, 48,4% RH.
outlet air
13,0ºC, 92,0% RH.
inlet air
18,0ºC
outlet air
30,0ºC.
4. The fan features refer to operation in facilities with free inlet and ducted supply outlet, and do not take into
account any air flow fittings.
5. The absolute fan power consumption does not include losses attributable to the drive.
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Air Handling Unit Selection (BA)
BA 130
BA 117
BA 100
BA 92
BA 82
BA 71
BA 68S
BA 68
BA 65
BA 61
BA 54
BA 51
BA 48
BA 43
BA 41
BA 37
BA 34
BA 32
BA 31
BA 29
BA 27
0
20000
40000
60000
80000
100000
120000
140000
160000
180000
200000
BA 26
BA 24
BA 22
BA 20
BA 19
BA 17
BA 15
BA 14
BA 12
BA 10
BA 9
BA 7S
BA 7
BA 6
BA 5
BA 4
BA 3A
BA 3
BA 2A
BA 2
0
5000
10000
15000
SELECTION DIAGRAM Air flow rate, in m3/h.
20000
25000
30000
35000
40000
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Selection in a sample project
Horizontal air handling unit, composed of the following
sections:
• Air mixture.
• Extended surface filters.
Pressure drops
in mm w.g.
Air velocity, m/s
Section
2.50
2.75
3.00
3.25
3.50
E
2
2
3
3
4
M
2
2
3
3
4
FC
2
2
3
3
4
15
18
• Cooling unit based on chilled water.
F
9
11
13
• Hot-water heating unit.
FB
19
23
27
FA
56
58
60
S-234 (700 mm)
2
2
3
3
4
• Low-pressure fan section.
Technical data:
S-334 (1050 mm)
2
3
3
4
5
• Air flow rate: 19,200 m3/h;
S-434 (1400 mm)
3
3
4
4
5
• Available static pressure: 45 mm w.g.;
S-534 (1750 mm)
3
4
4
5
6
• Cooling power: 99,100 -kcal/h;
HP
11
13
15
HL
8
9
10
BF 2R
5
6
BF 3R
7
8
• Chilled water temperature: 7ºC;
• Temp. difference of chilled water: 5ºC;
• Conditions of inlet air: 26.4ºC BS, 48.4% RH;
BF 4R
9
10
• Conditions of outlet air: 13ºC BS, 92% RH;
BF 5R
10
12
BF 6R
12
14
BC 1R
3
3
4
4
BC 2R
4
5
6
7
7
BC 3R
6
7
8
9
10
BC 4R
7
8
9
11
12
• Temperature rise of motor: approx. 1ºC;
• Heating power: 69,120 kcal/h;
• Hot water temperature: 85ºC;
• Temp. difference of heated water: 15ºC;
• Conditions of inlet air: 18.0ºC BS;
Code
E
M
FC
F
FB
FA
BF
BC
A
HP
HL
V
S
• Conditions of outlet air: 30.0ºC BS.
BA Air Handling Unit Selection
Using the quick selection table, the appropriate model for
a flow rate of air of 19,200 m3/h and an air velocity of
2.7 m/s is the
BA-20 with a cross sectional area (afo) of 2.22 m2.
Step 1:
To determine the air velocity through the unit:
First, divide the flow rate of air expressed in m3/h by
3600 seconds to obtain the flow rate of air in m3/s:
19.200 / 3.600 = 5,33 m3/s
Divide this flow rate, in m3/s, by the afo for the BA-20 air
handling unit, in m2, to obtain the air velocity in m/s:
Section
Air inlet
Air mixture
Free Cooling
Extended surface filters
Bag filters
Absolute filters
Cooling unit
Heating unit
Access
Panel humidifier
Air scrubber humidifier
Fan
Silencer
CALEFACCIÓN
HEATING
Heating, water 85/70º
2.5
3.0
3.5
Air velocity
m/s.
ENFRIAMIENTO
COOLING
Cooling, water 7/12º
2.0
2.5
KCAL/HR.
600.000
3.0
Air velocity
m/s.
FR/HR.
130.000
Step 2:
500.000
To determine the number of rows and depth of each
cooling and heating unit, with an air velocity of 2.4 m/s:
400.000
Heating, water 85/70ºC, 69120 kcal/h = 1R
5
Determination of the number of rows in the unit
Air velocity through heating/cooling unit= 5,33/2,22 =
2,4 m/s
Cooling, water at 7-12ºC, 99100 -kcal/h = 4R
NOTUSED
4R
3R
2R
300.000
200.000
120.000
6R
110.000
5R
100.000
4R
90.000
80.000
1R
100.000
3R
2R
70.000
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Step 3:
Determine the static pressure of the air handling unit by
adding the various pressure drops for the unit for an air
velocity of 2.4 m/s:
Air mixing section (M)
Extended surface filter section (F) Heating unit (BC) 1R
Cooling unit (BF) 4R
Total sum for the air handling unit
• Available static pressure
2 mm w.g.
8 mm w.g.
4 mm w.g.
10 mm w.g.
______________
24 mm w.g.
45 mm w.g.
______________
Total static pressure
69 mm w.g.
Step 4:
Determine the operating conditions of the fan, in this
case for low speed, 560 model, on the respective curves:
The pressures indicated on the curves are “total
pressures”. Therefore, the dynamic pressure (Pd) for
19,200 m3/h of air flow must be added to the static
pressure obtained earlier:
Total pressure (Pd + Pe) = 6,5 mm + 69 rnm =75,5mmw.g.
Total pressure (Pt)75,5 mm w.g. = 75,5 x 9,80665 = 740 Pa
The following values are obtained from the intersection
of the air flowrate and total pressure:
776 r.p.m.
6,2 kw
87 dB
64 %
10,4 m/s
Step 5:
Determine the dimensions and weight of the air handling
unit:
Section
DimensionsWeights
M
525 mm
104 kg
F
0 mm
8 kg
BC (1 R)
175 mm
60 kg
BF (4 R)
525 mm
215 kg
V
1400 mm
382 kg
___________________________________
TOTAL
2705mm
Width
2154mm
Height
1542mm
Weight
768kg
The air outlet mouth air are 721 x 721 mm.
The air inlets are 800 x 1700 and 672 x 1900 mm.
$'+ 26
HP
100
M
33
HL
190
FC
56
V (w/o motor)
53
F
22
BF 2R
46
51
55
A (Each 175-mm clear)
11
BF 5R
59
S-234 (700 mm)
32
BF 6R
63
S-334 (1050 mm)
37
BC 1R
29
S-434 (1400 mm)
42
BC 2R
33
S-534 (1750 mm)
47
BC 3R
38
BC 4R
42
Kg
Power (HP)
Kg
0,33
5
1,5
16
0,5
5
2
16
3
30
327(1=$ &86&,1(77,
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Power (HP)
BF 4R
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55
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5
2
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4
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0,75
2625 mm
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and weight:
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Revolutions:
Input power: Sound power:
Efficiency: Air outlet velocity:
Motor output = 6,0 kw. x 1,2 = 7,2 kw (10HP)
3D
1P
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output:
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UNIT DIMENSIONS WITH centrifugal FANS
In order to facilitate the work of designing an air handling unit based on the numerous options available, we have provided
specifications for the most common unit combinations. These examples should help to speed up the process of designing your
preferred unit with the right functions. Choose the unit version that best matches your preferences.
= outdoor air
= supply air
= extract air
= exhaust air
ROTATING HEAT EXCHANGER
Unit Type/
Nomenclature
Panel
Thickness
C1V
SIZE
Dim.
2
2A
3
width
874
915
958
1004 1128 1229 1281
-
1430 1430 1559 1625 1625 1765 1846 2000 2154 2405 2405 2259
height
1246 1550 1550 1850 1850 1850 1880
-
1880 2358 2358 2668 2968 2984 2984 2984 2984 3348 3348 3630
Length 2865 2865 2865 2865 2865 2865 3040
-
3040 3040 3215 3390 3565 3390 3565 3565 3740 3740 3740 3740
Weight
742
-
806
Length 3390 3390 3390 3390 3390 3565 3565
-
3565 3565 3740 3915 3915 3915 4090 4090 4265 4265 4265 4265
Weight
757
-
875
Length 3390 3390 3390 3740 3740 3740 3740
-
3740 3740 3915 4090 4090 4090 4265 4265 4440 4440 4440 4440
Weight
781
-
848
Length 3915 3915 3915 4265 4265 4440 4265
-
4265 4265 4440 4615 4440 4615 4790 4790 4965 4965 4965 4965
Weight
796
-
917
Length 3390 3390 3390 3740 3740 3740 3740
-
3740 3740 3915 4090 4090 4090 4265 4265 4440 4440 4440 4440
Weight
801
-
869
Length 3915 3915 3915 4265 4265 4440 4265
-
4265 4265 4440 4615 4440 4615 4790 4790 4965 4965 4965 4965
Weight
-
938
3A
4
5
6
7S
7
9
10
12
14
15
17
19
20
22
24
26
50
C2V
409
453
468
573
616
647
964
1069 1221 1423 1442 1643 1732 1895 2113 2148 2233
50
C3V
442
495
509
584
629
725
1032 1157 1321 1468 1621 1768 1867 2040 2277 2317 2408
50
C4V
439
487
507
623
686
741
953
1116 1272 1378 1497 1699 1774 1957 2181 2216 2302
50
C5V
472
529
548
634
699
819
1021 1204 1372 1423 1676 1824 1909 2102 2345 2385 2477
50
C6V
453
503
523
640
704
747
976
1140 1298 1392 1511 1714 1789 1972 2198 2233 2319
50
486
545
564
651
717
825
816
ROTATING HEAT EXCHANGER
Unit Type/
Nomenclature
Panel
Thickness
SIZE
Dim.
width
C1V
1044 1228 1398 1437 1690 1839 1924 2117 2362 2402 2494
27
29
31
32
34
37
41
43
48
51
54
61
65
2335.5 2412 2412 2710 2744 2710 2770 2710 2822 2850 2822 3078 3232
68S
68
71
82
92
100
117
130
-
3386 3685
-
-
-
-
-
height
3653
3676 4250 3676 3676 4060 4250 4910 4910 5220 5520 5520 5520
-
5520 5520
-
-
-
-
-
Length
3740
3740 4265 4265 4265 4500 4675 4675 5025 5375 5375 5375 5550
-
5550 5550
-
-
-
-
-
Weight
2323
2413 3073 3090 3149 3317 3609 3786 4263 4755 5024 5335 5626
-
6261 6579
-
-
-
-
-
Length
4265
4265 4790 4790 4790 5200 5375 5550 5725 5900 5900 5900 6075
-
6250 6250
-
-
-
-
-
Weight
2506
2604 3280 3301 3366 3571 3879 4305 4570 4972 5178 5433 5855
-
6577 6894
-
-
-
-
-
Length
4440
4440 4965 4965 5140 5200 5375 5725 6075 6075 6075 6075 6250
-
6250 6250
-
-
-
-
-
Weight
2393
2484 3149 3165 3267 3396 3690 4156 4705 4919 5116 5352 5787
-
6092 6669
-
-
-
-
-
Length
4965
4965 5490 5490 5665 5900 6075 6600 6775 6600 6600 6600 6775
-
6950 6950
-
-
-
-
-
Weight
2576
2675 3356 3376 3484 3650 3960 4675 5012 5136 5270 5450 6016
-
6408 6984
-
-
-
-
-
Length
4440
4440 4965 4965 5140 5200 5375 5375 6075 6075 6075 6075 6250
-
6250 6250
-
-
-
-
-
Weight 2401.5 2484 3149 3165 3267 3396 3666 3871 4705 4919 5116 5352 5787
-
6092 6669
-
-
-
-
-
Length
4965 5490 5490 5665 5900 6075 6250 6775 6600 6600 6600 6775
-
6950 6950
-
-
-
-
-
Weight 2584.5 2675 3356 3376 3484 3650 3936 4390 5012 5136 5270 5450 6016
-
6408 6984
-
-
-
-
-
50
C2V
50
C3V
50
C4V
50
C5V
50
C6V
4965
50
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PLATE HEAT EXCHANGER
Unit Type/
Nomenclature
SIZE
Panel
Thickness
Q1V
Dim.
2
2A
3
width
874
915
958
1004 1128 1229 1281
-
1430 1430 1559 1625 1625 1765 1846 2000 2154 2405 2405 2259
height
1246 1550 1550 1850 1850 1850 1880
-
1880 2358 2358 2668 2968 2984 2984 2984 2984 3348 3348 3630
Length 3390 3390 3390 3390 3390 3390 3390
-
3390 3565 3740 4440 4615 4965 5140 5140 4790 4790 4965 4965
Weight
736
-
797
Length 3915 3915 3915 3915 3915 4090 3915
-
3915 4090 4265 4965 4965 5490 5665 5665 5315 5315 5490 5490
Weight
751
-
866
Length 3740 3740 4090 4090 4090 4090 4090
-
4090 4265 4440 5140 5490 5490 5840 5840 5490 5490 5490 5665
Weight
723
-
782
Length 4265 4265 4615 4615 4615 4790 4615
-
4615 4790 4965 5665 5840 6015 6365 6365 6015 6015 6015 6190
Weight
738
-
851
Length 3740 3740 4090 4090 4090 4090 4090
-
4090 4265 4440 5140 5315 5490 5490 5490 5840 5490 5490 5665
Weight
723
-
782
Length 4265 4265 4615 4615 4615 4790 4615
-
4615 4790 4965 5665 5665 6015 6015 6015 6365 6015 6015 6190
Weight
-
851
3A
4
5
6
7S
7
9
10
12
14
15
17
19
20
22
24
26
50
Q2V
413
477
513
586
639
695
925
1006 1343 1503 1719 1781 1961 1964 2207 2299 2277
50
Q3V
446
519
554
597
652
773
993
1094 1443 1548 1898 1906 2096 2109 2371 2468 2452
50
Q4V
413
482
505
577
637
687
918
998
1333 1513 1621 1751 1928 1928 2155 2215 2290
50
Q5V
446
524
546
588
650
765
986
1086 1433 1558 1800 1876 2063 2073 2319 2384 2465
50
Q6V
400
462
505
577
628
683
918
998
1315 1493 1625 1752 1928 2047 2163 2215 2290
50
433
504
546
588
641
761
738
PLATE HEAT EXCHANGER
Unit Type/
Nomenclature
Panel
Thickness
1086 1415 1538 1804 1877 2063 2192 2327 2384 2465
SIZE
Dim.
width
27
29
31
32
34
37
41
43
48
51
54
61
65
2335.5 2412 2412 2710 2744 2710 2770 2710 2822 2850 2822 3078 3232
68S
68
71
82
92
100
117
130
-
3386 3685
-
-
-
-
-
3676 4250 3676 3676 4060 4250 4910 4910 5220 5520 5520 5520
-
5520 5520
-
-
-
-
-
Length 5052.5 5140 5665 5840 7065 6425 7475 6425 7475 7475 7475 7650 8350
-
8525 8525
-
-
-
-
-
Weight 2430.5 2584 2899 3131 3553 3722 4200 4080 4628 5084 5242 5569 6458
-
6444 6833
-
-
-
-
-
Length 5577.5 5665 6190 6365 7590 7125 8175 7300 8175 8000 8000 8175 8875
-
9225 9225
-
-
-
-
-
Weight 2613.5 2775 3106 3342 3770 3976 4470 4599 4935 5301 5396 5667 6687
-
6760 7148
-
-
-
-
-
Length 5752.5 5840 6365 6540 6540 6775 8175 8175 8875 8175 8175 8875 9050
-
9225 9225
-
-
-
-
-
Weight
2518 2899 3131 3170 3368 4200 4497 4930 4990 5232 5814 6458
-
6444 6833
-
-
-
-
-
Length 6277.5 6365 6890 7065 7065 7475 8875 9050 9575 8700 8700 9400 9575
-
9925 9925
-
-
-
-
-
Weight
2709 3106 3342 3387 3622 4470 5016 5237 5207 5386 5912 6687
-
6760 7148
-
-
-
-
-
Length 5752.5 5840 6365 6015 6540 6775 8175 8175 8175 8175 8175 8875 9050
-
9225 9225
-
-
-
-
-
Weight
2518 2899 2800 3170 3368 4210 4497 4638 4990 5137 5814 6458
-
6444 6833
-
-
-
-
-
Length 6277.5 6365 6890 6540 7065 7475 8875 9050 8875 8700 8700 9400 9575
-
9925 9925
-
-
-
-
-
Weight
-
6760 7148
-
-
-
-
-
height
Q1V
986
3653
50
Q2V
50
Q3V
50
Q4V
2404
50
Q5V
2587
50
Q6V
2404
50
2587
2709 3106 3011 3387 3622 4480 5016 4945 5207 5291 5912 6687
Air handling units |
LIQUID-COUPLED HEAT EXCHANGERS
Unit Type/
Nomenclature
Panel
Thickness
R1V
35
SIZE
Dim.
2
2A
3
width
874
915
958
height
1346 1650 1650 1950 1950 1950 1980 1780 1271 2458 2458 2768 3068 3084 3084 3084 3084 3448 3448 3730
Length
2705 2705 2880 2880 2880 2880 2880 2880 3055 3055 3055 3055 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3580
Weight
337
Length
3230 3230 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3580 3580 3580 3755 3930 3930 3930 3930 3930 3930 3930
Weight
374
3A
4
5
6
7S
7
9
10
12
14
15
17
19
20
22
24
26
1004 1128 1229 1281 1575 1430 1430 1559 1625 1625 1765 1846 2000 2154 2405 2405 2259
50
R2V
393
437
510
565
614
663
623
758
870
963
1087 1283 1370 1482 1619 1707 1896 1990 2076
50
433
482
558
622
678
727
685
822
LIQUID-COUPLED HEAT EXCHANGERS
Unit Type/
Nomenclature
Panel
Thickness
Dim.
width
height
R1V
950
1051 1187 1382 1523 1608 1756 1870 2079 2161 2212
SIZE
27
29
31
32
34
37
41
43
48
51
54
61
65
68S
68
71
82
92
100
117
130
2335.5 2412 2412 2710 2744 2710 2770 2710 2822 2850 2822 3078 3232 5488 3386 3685 5540 5644 5700 6000 6000
3753
3776 4350 3776 3776 4160 4350 5010 5010 5320 5620 5620 5620 3776 5620 5620 4340 5010 5010 5620 6060
Length 3667.5 3755 3930 4105 4105 4125 4125 4125 4125 4125 4125 4475 4475 4125 4475 4475 4125 4125 4125 4475 4475
50
Weight 2227.5 2379 2859 3073 3124 3294 3455 3650 3888 4218 4489 4970 5131 4807 5458 5702 5416 6071 6507 8547 8154
R2V
Length 4192.5 4455 4455 4455 4630 4825 4825 4825 4825 4825 5000 5175 5175 4650 5175 5175 4825 4825 4825 5000 5175
50
Weight 2400.5 2589 3016 3058 3166 3561 3790 4003 4261 4462 4857 5329 5502 5024 5778 6037 5918 6685 7000 9030 8759
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SUPPLY AIR UNITS
Unit Type/
Nomenclature
SIZE
Panel
Thickness
S1V
Dim.
2
2A
3
width
874
915
958
1004 1128 1229 1281 1575 1430 1430 1559 1625 1625 1765 1846 2000 2154 2405 2405 2259
height
673
825
825
975
Length
2705 2705 2880 2880 2880 2880 2880 2880 3055 3055 3055 3055 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3580
Weight
152
Length
2705 2705 2880 2880 2880 2880 2880 2880 3055 3055 3055 3055 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3580
Weight
185
3A
4
975
5
6
975
7S
990
7
890
9
281
10
12
14
15
17
19
20
22
24
26
1229 1229 1384 1534 1542 1542 1542 1542 1724 1724 1865
50
S2V
177
198
231
258
276
300
281
345
395
436
494
587
626
670
742
781
866
922
942
50
216
239
279
307
338
363
342
413
475
SUPPLY AIR UNITS
Unit Type/
Nomenclature
Panel
Thickness
S1V
527
593
696
744
812
877
926
1030 1068 1134
SIZE
Dim.
27
29
31
32
34
37
41
43
48
51
54
61
65
68S
68
71
82
92
100
117
130
width
2335.5 2412 2412 2710 2744 2710 2770 2710 2822 2850 2822 3078 3232 5488 3386 3685 5540 5644 5700 6000 6000
height
1876.5 1888 2175 1888 1888 2080 2175 2505 2505 2660 2810 2810 2810 1888 2810 2810 2170 2505 2505 2810 3030
Length 3667.5 3755 3930 4105 4105 4125 4125 4125 4125 4125 4125 4475 4475 4125 4475 4475 4125 4125 4125 4475 4475
50
Weight 1033.5 1125 1448 1464 1487 1572 1641 1741 1889 1980 2177 2310 2382 2271 2537 2648 2564 2912 3075 4423 3737
S2V
Length 3667.5 3755 3930 4105 4105 4125 4125 4125 4125 4125 4125 4475 4475 4125 4475 4475 4125 4125 4125 4475 4475
50
Weight
1194
1254 1411 1609 1637 1722 1814 1909 1999 2238 2312 2660 2749 2536 2921 3054 2852 3159 3432 4124 4417
SUPPLY AIR UNITS
Unit Type/
Nomenclature
Panel
Thickness
S3V
SIZE
Dim.
2
2A
3
width
874
915
958
height
1346 1650 1650 1950 1950 1950 1980 1780 1271 2458 2458 2768 3068 3084 3084 3084 3084 3448 3448 3730
Length
2705 2705 2880 2880 2880 2880 2880 2880 3055 3055 3055 3055 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3580
Weight
216
Length
2705 2705 2880 2880 2880 2880 2880 2880 3055 3055 3055 3055 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3580
Weight
249
286
323
377
414
Dim.
27
29
31
32
34
3A
4
5
6
7S
7
9
10
12
14
15
17
19
20
22
24
26
1004 1128 1229 1281 1575 1430 1430 1559 1625 1625 1765 1846 2000 2154 2405 2405 2259
50
S4V
247
282
329
365
393
437
392
490
564
629
735
855
924
973
1091 1179 1341 1398 1420
50
455
500
453
558
SUPPLY AIR UNITS
Unit Type/
Nomenclature
Panel
Thickness
720
834
964
1042 1115 1226 1324 1505 1544 1612
SIZE
width
height
S3V
644
37
41
43
48
51
54
61
65
68S
68
71
82
92
100
117
130
2335.5 2412 2412 2710 2744 2710 2770 2710 2822 2850 2822 3078 3232 5488 3386 3685 5540 5644 5700 6000 6000
3753
3776 4350 3776 3776 4160 4350 5010 5010 5320 5620 5620 5620 3776 5620 5620 4340 5010 5010 5620 6060
Length 3667.5 3755 3930 4105 4105 4125 4125 4125 4125 4125 4125 4475 4475 4125 4475 4475 4125 4125 4125 4475 4475
50
Weight 1605.5 1791 2137 2173 2200 2404 2489 2613 2844 2986 3196 3354 3453 3265 3640 3839 3699 4101 4309 5711 5083
S4V
Length 3667.5 3755 3930 4105 4105 4125 4125 4125 4125 4125 4125 4475 4475 4125 4475 4475 4125 4125 4125 4475 4475
50
Weight
1766
1920 2100 2318 2350 2554 2662 2781 2954 3244 3331 3704 3820 3530 4024 4245 3987 4348 4666 5412 5763
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UNITS WITH MIXING SECTION
Unit Type/
Nomenclature
Panel
Thickness
M1V
50
M2V
50
M3V
37
SIZE
Dim.
2
2A
3
3A
4
5
6
7S
7
9
10
12
14
15
17
19
20
22
24
26
width
874
915
958
1004 1128 1229 1281 1575 1430 1430 1559 1625 1625 1765 1846 2000 2154 2405 2405 2259
height
673
825
825
975
Length
2180
2180 2355 2355 2355 2355 2355 2355 2530 2355 2530 2530 2880 2880 2880 2880 2880 2880 3055 3055
Weight
154
180
Length
2705
2705 2880 2880 2880 3055 2880 2880 3055 2880 3055 3055 3230 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3580 3580
Weight
187
222
Length
3055
3055 3405 3405 3405 3405 3755
-
3755 4105 4105 4455 5155 4980 5330 5680 5680 5855 6030 6030
Weight
226
256
471
-
473
Length
3580
3580 3930 3930 3930 4105 4280
-
4280 4630 4630 4980 5505 5505 5855 6205 6205 6380 6555 6555
Weight
259
298
335
352
394
496
486
-
542
685
Dim.
2
2A
3
3A
4
5
6
7S
7
9
958
200
241
233
244
975
256
269
975
282
360
990
303
318
890
284
299
990
349
418
1229 1229 1384 1534 1542 1542 1542 1542 1724 1724 1865
380
448
438
526
496
596
591
636
631
810
709
834
748
883
786
931
870
943
962
1034 1112 1137
50
M4V
294
341
381
418
617
680
830
933
1056 1157 1288 1386 1579 1646 1690
50
UNITS WITH MIXING SECTION
Unit Type/
Nomenclature
Panel
Thickness
M5V
50
M6V
768
930
978
10
12
14
1235 1282 1423 1531 1743 1815 1865
SIZE
15
17
19
20
22
24
26
width
874
915
height
1346
1650 1650 1950 1950 1950 1980 1780 1271 2458 2458 2768 3068 3084 3084 3084 3084 3448 3448 3730
Length
2705
2705 2880 2880 2880 2880 2880 2880 3055 3055 3055 3055 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3580
Weight
216
247
Length
2705
2705 2880 2880 2880 2880 2880 2880 3055 3055 3055 3055 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3405 3580
Weight
249
286
323
377
414
455
500
453
558
644
Dim.
27
29
31
32
34
37
41
43
48
51
282
1004 1128 1229 1281 1575 1430 1430 1559 1625 1625 1765 1846 2000 2154 2405 2405 2259
329
365
393
437
392
490
564
629
735
855
924
973
1091 1179 1341 1398 1420
50
UNITS WITH MIXING SECTION
Unit Type/
Nomenclature
Panel
Thickness
720
834
964
54
61
65
1042 1115 1226 1324 1505 1544 1612
SIZE
width
68S
68
71
82
92
100
117
130
2335.5 2412 2412 2710 2744 2710 2770 2710 2822 2850 2822 3078 3232 5488 3386 3685 5540 5644 5700 6000 6000
height 1876.5 1888 2175 1888 1888 2080 2175 2505 2505 2660 2810 2810 2810 1888 2810 2810 2170 2505 2505 2810 3030
M1V
Length 3142.5 3230 3755 3755 3755 3775 3775 3775 3775 3775 3950 3950 3950 3775 3950 3950 3775 3775 3775 3950 3950
50
Weight
M2V
1004
1046 1453 1470 1505 1579 1648 1748 1970 2048 2182 2318 2392 2292 2540 2657 2559 2914 3073 3514 3746
Length 3667.5 3755 4280 4280 4280 4475 4475 4650 4475 4300 4475 4475 4475 4475 4650 4650 4475 4475 4475 4650 4650
50
Weight
M3V
1187
1237 1660 1681 1722 1833 1918 2267 2277 2265 2336 2416 2621 2608 2856 2972 2874 3229 3388 3829 4061
Length 6292.5 6555 6555 6555 6555 7100 7100 7450 8150 8150 8150 8500 8500
-
8500 8500
-
-
-
-
-
Weight 1945.5 2201 2321 2357 2387 2716 2848 3027 3311 3474 3567 3825 4004
-
3953 4352
-
-
-
-
-
Length 6817.5 7080 7080 7080 7080 7800 7800 8325 8850 8675 8675 9025 9025
-
9200 9200
-
-
-
-
-
Weight 2128.5 2392 2528 2568 2604 2970 3118 3546 3618 3691 3721 3923 4233
-
4269 4667
-
-
-
-
-
82
92
100
117
50
M4V
50
UNITS WITH MIXING SECTION
Unit Type/
Nomenclature
Panel
Thickness
SIZE
Dim.
width
height
M5V
27
29
31
32
34
37
41
43
48
51
54
61
65
68S
68
71
130
2335.5 2412 2412 2710 2744 2710 2770 2710 2822 2850 2822 3078 3232 5488 3386 3685 5540 5644 5700 6000 6000
3753
3776 4350 3776 3776 4160 4350 5010 5010 5320 5620 5620 5620 3776 5620 5620 4340 5010 5010 5620 6060
Length 3667.5 3755 3930 4105 4105 4125 4125 4125 4125 4125 4125 4475 4475 4125 4475 4475 4125 4125 4125 4475 4475
50
Weight 1605.5 1791 2137 2173 2200 2404 2489 2613 2844 2986 3196 3354 3453 3265 3640 3839 3699 4101 4309 5711 5083
M6V
Length 3667.5 3755 3930 4105 4105 4125 4125 4125 4125 4125 4125 4475 4475 4125 4475 4475 4125 4125 4125 4475 4475
50
Weight
1766
1920 2100 2318 2350 2554 2662 2781 2954 3244 3331 3704 3820 3530 4024 4245 3987 4348 4666 5412 5763
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Air handling units
BA Selection Program
BA Selection Program named SystemairBAAHU is tested
& certified by EUROVENT.
It enables:
• customers to chosse various construction/
manufacturing options viz. sheet thickness, insulating
materials, fin material , manifols material etc.
• customers can design unit sections based on required
application viz. mixing section, filteration level,
recovery section, coolinh / heating section & choose
fan/ motor of their choice.
• it actaully lets customers decide sectional possibilities
in order to decide the dimensions of space required to
place a unit.
• Divide the equipment into modules, in accordance with
the project requirements;
• Easily save, retrieve and modify all your projects;
• Create a scale drawing of the equipment selected,
allowing hard copies to be made;
• Obtain all technical information for the equipment
selected, including the curves for the selected fan and
its operating point;
• Estimate the cost of the equipment.
The BA Selection Program is user-friendly and highly
intuitive.
SystemairBAAHU runs under Windows® XP, Vista or W7,
provided the equipment meets the following minimum
requirements:
• Intel® Pentium® III or compatible processor;
• 1 GB of RAM;
• 500 MB of space on the hard disk;
• DVD drive;
• VGA 1024 x 768 Display;
• Mouse;
• Regional configuration and keyboard.
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Air handling units
BA unit performance certificate
Eurovent Certita Certification S.A.S. - 48/50, rue de la victoire - 75009 PARIS FRANCE
R.C.S. PARIS 513 133 637 - NAF 7120B
Accreditation #5-0517 Products and Services Certification
according to EN 45011 :1998 - Scope available on www.cofrac.fr.
COFRAC is signatory of EA MLA, list of EA members is available in
http://www.european-accreditation.org/ea-members
Certification Diploma N° : 13.10.004
Eurovent Certita Certification certifies that
Air Handling Units
from
SYSTEMAIR AB
Located at
Industrivägen 3
739 30 Skinnskatteberg, Sweden
Range
BA
Software for calculation of performances
SYSTEMAIR BA AHU 3.8
Trade name
SYSTEMAIR
have been assessed according the requirements of following standard
OM-5-2015
The list of certified products is displayed at :
http://www.eurovent-certification.com
Manufacturing places
GREATER NOIDA, India
SYSTEMAIR AB
is authorised to use the EUROVENT CERTIFIED PERFORMANCE mark
in accordance with the rules specified in the Operational Manual
OM-5-2015
Erick MELQUIOND
Approval date : 2013/10/29
President
Re-checked on : 2015/03/18
Valid until : 2016/03/31
Claris version: Prod 3.0.6 (11/03/2015)
Air handling units |
Resulting Class according to EN 1886 : 2007
CASING STRENGTH : D1(M)
CASING AIR LEAKAGE : L3(M) - PU, L2 - RW
FILTER BY PASS LEAKAGE : F9
THERMAL TRANSMITTANCE : T3
THERMAL BRIDGING FACTOR : TB3
Few of our valued customers
Pharmaceuticals / Clean Room
1
ACG-Pithampur
33
Pfizer, Mumbai
2
Alkem Laboratories, Baddi
34
3
Alpha Pharma Healthcare (I) Pvt. Ltd.-Thane
Ranbaxy Laboratory-Dewas,Toansa,Baddi, Mohali,Poanta Sahib
4
Apotex
35
Scott Edil Advance Research Lab & Edu. Ltd.
5
Ashrae Clean Room, Hy’bad
36
Sekhsaria Chemicals
6
Atra Pharmaceuticals
37
Serum Institute, Pune
7
Avantis Pharma-Goa
38
Sidmak Laboratories
8
BCG Vaccine Laboratories-Tamilnadu
39
Sun Pharma Sikkim
9
Bengal Chemical, Kolkata
40
Swiss Garnier Genexiaa Sciences-Sikkim
10
Biocon Pharma
41
Teva-Gajraula, Malanpur
11
Biocon SDN BHD-Malaysia
42
Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Dahej, Baddi, Ahmedabad, Indrad
12
Cipla Ltd.,
43
Unichem Laboratories-Pithampur, Roha
13
Cosmo Laboratories, Ludhiana
44
USV Ltd., Baddi, Mumbai, Daman
14
Dr. Actoverco-Iran
45
Watson Pharma Limited
15
Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories
46
West Pharma
16
Fresenius Kabi Oncology Ltd.
17
Goa Formulation Ltd.
18
Gufic-Ahmedabad
1
Apollo Tyres
19
Hindustan Lever Ltd.
2
Asian Paints Ltd., Mumbai
20
Hospira, Vishakhapatnam
3
BARC-Mysore
21
Immacule-Baddi
4
BHEL, Bhopal
22
Innova Captab, Baddi
5
Bosch Ltd.
23
INTAS Pharmaceuticals, Ahmedabad
6
CGPL, Mundra
24
Mankind Pharma Limited, Poanta Sahib
7
Colgate, Baddi
25
Morepan Lab. Baddi
8
Warner Lambert
26
Mylan Laboratories, Aurangabad
9
Exxon Co., Bangalore
27
Nabros Pharma Pvt. Ltd.
10
IEML, NOIDA
28
Neon Pharma
11
IGIB, NewDelhi
29
Nicolas Piramal, Mumbai
12
IOCL, Barauni ,Bihar
30
Okasa Remedies Daman
13
IOCL, Faridabad
31
Pan Pharma, Baroda
14
IOCL, Medinipur, WB
32
Perrigo API India Pvt. Ltd.
15
MES-Manesar, Jabalpur, Shimla
Industrial
41
42
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Air handling units
16
NABARD, Lucknow
5
Ganapath Hotel-Mysore
17
NCBS, Bangalore
6
Garden-Galeria, Lucknow
18
Oberoi Airport Services, New Delhi
7
Grand Hyatt, Goa
19
Om Kar Builder
8
Hotel Hyatt Regency, Calcutta
20
Paradip Refinery, IOCL
9
Hotel Kaniska, New Delhi
21
Price Water House, Calcutta
10
Hotel Marriott, New Delhi
22
Rajwest Power Plant
11
Hotel Udaivilas, Udaipur
23
SAIL IISCO-Burnpur
12
Hotel Yak & Yeti, Nepal
24
SBC, Hyderabad
13
Hyatt Andaz-New Delhi
25
SAIL IISCO, Burnpur
14
IBIS hotel, New Delhi
26
Texas Instrument, B’lore
15
ITC Gardenia-Bangalore
27
Thermax Solar Power Plant, Jaisalmer
16
ITC Green Bharat, Gurgaon
28
Tmcb-2 Bombay Dyeing
17
Jas Hotel, Amritsar
29
Unitech Hi-Tech Structures Limited.-Kolkata
18
JW Marriot, Chandigarh
30
Vacmet India Ltd.
19
Kenwood Hotel, Mumbai
31
YKK India
20
Lemon Tree Hotel, Hyderabad
21
Malsi Hotel, Dehradun
Hospital
22
MBD Hotels, Jalandhar
1
AIIMS, New Delhi
23
Novotel Hotel, Gurgaon
2
Apollo Hospital
24
Piccadily Hotels, Gurgaon, Ludhiana
3
Apollo Reach Hospital-Trichy
25
Powai Plaza, Mumbai
4
Cancer Hospital-Bathinda
26
Radisson Hotel-Guwahati
5
Centre for Digestive & Kidney Disease, Mumbai
27
Raj Chopra Mussoorie Hotel
6
Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan Medical College & Hospital
28
Royal Orchid Hotel, Jaipur
7
Dr. L.H. Hiranandani Hospital,
29
Sheraton Hotel-Greater Noida, New Delhi, Jaipur
8
Escorts Heart Institute
30
Taj-Bangalore, Kolkata, Mumbai, Hyderabad
9
ESIC Hospital-Maniktala, Joka,Tamil Nadu, Gulbarga,
Kolkata
31
The Oberoi/Trident, Udaipur, Delhi, Jaipur, Bhubneshwar
32
Tip Top Hotel-Pune
33
Today Hotel
34
Waves Hospitality Pvt. Ltd.
35
Westin Hotel, Gurgoan
36
Hotel Shang RE LA
10
Eternal Healthcare Centre & Research Institute Pvt.
Ltd., Jaipur
11
Fortis Hospital, New Delhi
12
Godrej Hospital, Mumbai
13
Hiranandani Hospital-Mumbai
14
Jaypee Medical Center
15
Krishna Heart Institute, Amedabad
16
Manipal Medical Institute, Nepal
1
Amanora Park Town-Pune
17
Mata Chanan Devi Hospital
2
American Embassy School, New Delhi
18
Max Hospital, Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi
3
Ansal Plaza Mall, Ghaziabad
19
Sanjay Gandhi Hospital, New Delhi
4
BSL/Eagelton –The Golf Village, Bangalore
20
Shillong Hospital
5
BSNL, New Delhi
21
Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi
6
British High Commission
22
Trauma Center, New Delhi
7
Callnet India Pvt. Ltd.
23
Udgir Hospital
8
Cargo Complex, New Delhi
Commercial Office
Hotels
9
Cyber Park, Gurgaon
10
Cyber Walk, Manesar
1
Bharat Hotel Limited, Jaipur
11
Daksh Call Centre, Gurgaon
2
Botanix Resorts-Gurgaon
12
DHL Airfreight, Gurgaon
3
Dusit Devrana Hotel, New Delhi-I
13
Era Infra Engineering Limited
4
Fortune Hotel, Gurgaon
14
Global Business Park, Gurgaon
Air handling units |
Infrastructure
15
Godrej IT Park, Mumbai
16
Golden Heights, Bangalore
1
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation
17
IIL, Hyderabad
2
Shivaji Stadium, New Delhi
18
IIT, Kanpur
3
TN Assembly Building
19
IIT-Mumbai
4
Rashtrapati Bhawan
20
Inorbit Mall-Pune, Malad, Mumbai, Vasi
5
DU Commom Wealth Games
21
I-Park, Gurgaon (Amendment)
6
Airport Authority of India
22
ISRO, Lucknow
7
IAAI Guwahati Airport, Calcutta
23
JMI, New Delhi
8
ULCC Infrastructure (P) Ltd.
24
Jaipur Central Developers P. Ltd.
9
Hyderabad International Airport
25
Jaipur Stock Exchange
10
Delhi International Airport
26
Jindal Saw, Gurgaon
27
Khalsa Heritage, Punjab
28
LIC Mumbai
1
Cognizant Technology Service, Chennai
29
LMT School of Management, Punjab
2
E-Serve International, Mumbai
30
Lodha I Think-Mumbai
3
Hughes Software, Gurgaon
31
Manjeera
4
Oxygen at Noida
32
Market City, Kurla
5
Tata Teleservices, New Delhi
33
Mind Space Club, Mumbai
6
TCS, Bangalore
34
Mind Space, Hyderabad
7
Accenture Services, Bengaluru
35
Motherson Corporate Office, Noida
8
ARN IT Park, Greater Noida
36
MTNL Mumbai
9
CIS, Gurgaon
37
New District Court-Chandigarh
10
Computer Associates, B’lore
38
Orchid Agora, Gurgaon
11
I Gate-Pune
39
Orchid Square, Gurgaon
12
IT Square, Greater Noida
40
Parliament Library, New Delhi
13
Phillips Software, Bangalore
41
Parinee, Mumbai
14
Pune Embassy Projects Pvt. Ltd.,
42
Park View Business Tower
15
S.P. Infocity, Manesar
43
Pothys Textiles, Chennai
16
Tidel Park, Chennai
44
Power Finance Corporation
17
TCS Salt Lake, Calcutta
45
Prasar Bharti, New Delhi
18
Wipro Limited
46
PSP Projects Pvt. Ltd.-Gandhinagar
47
Punj Lloyd Ltd., Gurgaon
48
RITES Ltd., Gurgaon
49
Amity, Noida
50
Shopat Mantri, Bengaluru
51
Shri Guru Ram Das Institute of Dental Science &
Research
52
Star TV India-Mumbai
53
Thimphu Tech Park, Bhutan
54
Trikaya Cultivation
55
Unitech Business Park, Gurgaon
Systemair India provides to all customers a Technical
Assistance Service by highly qualified and exprienced
team having specialization in both Industrial and comfort
facilities. We also offer a service for commissioning
and technical advice for the equipment supplied to
our valued customers. Kindly feel free to contact us or
request a quote for such services.
56
Vatika-Tech Park, City, Hospitality
www.systemair.in
57
Vipul Business Park-Gurgaon
Tel. +91 (0120) 4763100
58
WHO, Delhi
59
Windsor, Mumbai
IT / ITES
Technical Assistance Service
43
[email protected]
www.systemair.in
Systemair IN 01 / 2015 / E 0301 / AHU
Systemair India Pvt. Ltd.
Plot no. 3, Sector - 31, Kasna
Greater Noida-201 308. India
Tel. +91 (0120) 4763100
Fax +91 (0120) 4763101
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