GEA MATRIX – and there you have effective control of room-air quality
11. March 2010 GEA at SHK 2010, Essen, Germany: the Trade Fair for Sanitation, Heating, Air Conditioning, and Renewable Energies 10 to 13 March 2010, Hall 3.0, booth 144
2 value, measured in ppm (parts per million). Such an air-quality sensor (e.g., for measurement of CO2 or gas mixtures) makes it possible to continuously adjust the air flow of the connected ventilation units in accordance with room-air quality. The result is reduced energy consumption with high room-comfort levels at the same time.
With the factory setting, the air flap is opened to 100 % when the CO2 share in the room air increases. Then the fan speed is increased. This procedure can be modified, however: with the aid of GEA MATRIX.PC service software, this setting can be changed to enable the air flow to be increased by raising the motor speed and/or by regulating the air flap.
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