Zehnder ComfoAirQ: The First Intelligent Ventilation Unit
Simply unbelievable efficiency
The next generation of MVHR is here with the new ComfoAir Q range which helps provides the best and most efficient performance while offering a simple and easy process through design, installation and commissioning processes.
Taking comfort to the next level the intuitive design of the system and its controls ensures that the indoor climate is perfect, no matter what is going on outside. The new ComfoAir Q units are also part of a total system solution for the best ventilation solution for a home - including zero leakage and space saving ducting options.
World class performance
Zehnder ComfoAir Q Heat Recovery units offer an outstanding and world class 96% heat recovery efficiency and SFP as low as 0.53 (Q450 model) as a result of a design that maximises heat transfer and helps overcome air resistance. At every point Zehnder ComfoAir Q is the best choice for SAP, for energy performance, for indoor air quality and importantly for the homeowner.
Easy and accurate installation With Zehnder ComfoAir Q units you can simply ‘plug and play’ on-site helping save time and money through a simple set up process. Right and Left handing is achieved through one single unit to eliminate the chance of getting it wrong and give flexibility on site.
ComfoAir Q is a universal product which can be used in many types of dwelling layouts easily.
Maximum living comfort
With Zehnder ComfoAir Q you can help deliver the perfect indoor climate for your home. The system helps to deliver comfortable temperatures, provides fresh air and protects against excessive humidity at a practically silent operation. Find out more about the dust and pollen filters, CO2 sensors and how comfort is a leading strategy for how the system performs throughout the year - including a brand-new patented modulating summer by-pass.
The Zehnder ComfoAir Q models can be controlled with a wide variety of tools. Anything is possible: from a simple display on the unit, to an app that can be used on the go, right through to fully automated, demand-based ventilation using sensors.