Air conditioning with air conditioning chambers

Today we will introduce you to the air conditioning capabilities of your office, commercial facility, workshop, production base, industrial facilities and others with climate chambers (air processing units, AHU).

These are devices used for air conditioning (filtration, cooling, heating, drying, etc.) and air circulation, in heating, ventilation or air conditioning systems, as well as in combined HVAC applications, sucking air from the premises and mixing it with the air that circulates in the system.

The air mixture is cooled or heated using a heat exchanger and a coolant, depending on the function and mode of the system, and is sent to the room either through the duct system or directly.

The design of these chambers includes several metal constructions connected to each other, which most often include: a fan section, components for heating or cooling, heat exchangers, filter sections, mufflers and vibration dampers.

The air in the climate chambers is subjected to thermal, wet and high-quality treatment, i.e. its temperature, humidity and quality change (it is cleaned of pollutants and trace elements).

For various applications and premises - offices, educational institutions, laboratories, factories, hospitals, etc., different parameters of the microclimate are required, it’s the same with the air’s quality and parameters.

Therefore, the climate chamber is connected to the desired sections so that it filters, humidifies, dries, heats or cools the air according to specific needs.

The main advantage of climate chambers is the possibility to find a solution for air recovery, short story long: the intake air imported into the installation is heated, while the heat is extracted from the already treated air passing through the recuperator and gives off part of its heat. In addition to extracting heat, this technology can also be used for cooling. The recovery efficiency is up to 70%.

Hygiene and air cleanliness are regulated by the standards VDI 6022, VDI 3803, Din-AN 1948-4.