Air Handling Units, Fan Coil Units, Filters, Heat Recovery Units

Clima Euro has top Quality and innovative solutions in Cooling and heating applications, facilitating design and management, having the purpose to create comfortable environments and optimize
energy consumptions

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Air Handling Units RAH+

Climaeuro RAH+ Air Handling Units have been designed to satisfy the specific requirements in air conditioning and heating, specially for extreme climate installation and for hospital, industrial, alimentary and pharmaceutical applications.

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Air Handling Units RAH

Climaeuro RAH Air Handling Units have been designed to satisfy the specific requirements in air conditioning and heating, for comfort and special application as hospital, industrial, alimentary and pharmaceutical applications. The range is composed by 35 models, with single or double fans, covering an airflow range from 1.000 m3/h to 200.000 m3/h.

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Filters

Climaeuro provides a wide range of filtration solutions. The aim is to protect people, products and processes against the pollution in the outside air and protect the environment against the emission caused by industrial processes.

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Heat Wheel

Enthalpy wheels are starting to become a common device in Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Systems. They transfer heat and humidity between the exhaust and supply air. Their net effect is to bring the supply (incoming) air closer in temperature and humidity to the exhaust air and to reduce the load on the heating and cooling systems. A well-designed enthalpy wheel will recover 60% to 80% of the energy that would otherwise be needed to heat or cool fresh air. Their installation in a HVAC plat allows to reduce the initial investment and the operating costs. An enthalpy wheel is positioned so that the exhaust air and the supply air travel through it in opposite directions through separate ducts (see diagram). The incoming air travels through the wheel before it enters the rest of the HVAC system.

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