GEA at IFH/Intherm 2010, Nuremberg, Germany
02. March 2010 14 to 17 April 2010: Trade Fair for Sanitation, Heating, Air Conditioning, and Renewable Energies, Hall 7, Stand 7335/7434
Solutions for heating and cooling – and for both at the same time
GEA Happel Klimatechnik GmbH, of Herne, Germany, will present a range of solutions for HVAC at the trade fair IFH/Intherm in Nuremberg. Presentations will include MAXXErgo, a decentral system with energy recuperation for heating and ventilation of hall-type buildings; the COM4plus compact ventilation unit; floor convectors and fan coil units; and chillers with freecooling. Also being introduced at the fair are the new GEA MATRIX 400x control systems for ventilation systems with connection to outside air – as well as the GEA MATRIX 4700 for compact and air handling units. Beginning with version 2.70, they will offer air-quality control as standard feature.
Although it will not be exhibited at the fair, the GEA HeaMo will still furnish a topic of conversation: its combination of chiller and heat-pump functions effectively provides heating, cooling, as well as simultaneous heating and cooling, without waste heat. This system, which utilizes geothermal energy (the HeaMo Geo), was available until now with heating or cooling duty of 100 kW. Now, duty classes of 50 and 150 kW are also available. In time for the next heating period, these units will likewise be available for choice in the same sizes, as GEA HeaMo Air. They exploit the outside-air temperature.
“Optimal Use of Resources” is the motto of the GEA systems being exhibited. In accordance, GEA MAXXErgo combines – for purposes of ventilation and heating of hall-type buildings – mixed-air GEA MultiMAXX air handling systems and GEA RoofJETT roof extract fans with a liquid-coupled heat exchanger for heat recuperation. In this way, the combination achieves a heat-recuperation rate of up to 70 %. GEA also places great emphasis on efficiency in cooling: the air-cooled chillers in the GEA Freecooling GLFC range achieve rated cooling capacity of around 35 to 350 kW, depending on the model. As a result of their freecooling function, they are especially effective in energy-saving HVAC functions in those regions of the world in which low temperatures prevail over long periods of the year.
At the GEA fair stand our visitors will also find information on the following:
- The GEA COM4plus compact air handling units with greater efficiency, including heat recuperation
- The GEA SBQ and SBI floor convectors for buildings with large glass façades.
- The highly versatile GEA Flex-Geko fan coil units, with many and various applications
- GEA Denco Close Control HVAC systems, for precisely constant temperatures and relative humidity
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