AIR HANDLING UNITS WITH HEAT RECOVERY
With the increased costs of energy in our day, the significance of heat recovery has increased. In the air handling units operating on mixed air or 100% fresh air, high energy savings are achieved by partially warming or cooling the fresh air, making use of the discharged exhaust air. For this purpose, the Klisom Air Conditioning Plants offer air-to-air or water-to-air heat recovery options. In the air handling units with water-to-air heat recovery, in order to extract the energy of the air discharge from the inside, and to transfer the energy obtained from the exhaust side to the fresh air side, a Copper piped/Aluminum finned battery is used on each side. In order to provide water circulation between the two batteries, a pump is used. Meanwhile, the process runs in reverse under cooling conditions. Meanwhile, in the air-to-air heat recovery systems, the energy transfer is made from the exhaust air to fresh air (or vice versa under cooling conditions). In 100% fresh air appliances, similar to the normal conditions, a single body that also encloses the heat recovery unit, rather than a two-body fabrication, is made. The designs of the appliances may be different, depending on the inside-outside air conditions.