Zehnder - Decentralised Demand Control Solutions
February 2021

Zehnder - Decentralised Demand Control Solutions

New sensors that can be integrated for measuring humidity, CO2 and VOC content.

The Zehnder ComfoAir 70 and ComfoSpot 50 compact ventilation units have been optimised further to provide even better ventilation in individual rooms or residential units without a centralised air distribution system.

Optional humidity, CO2 and VOC sensors adjust the supply and extract air to the requirements of residents, thus ensuring maximum living comfort in new builds or renovation projects. The washable enthalpy exchanger ensures that the sensors are particularly energy-efficient and offer various advantages for the centralised indoor ventilation system including heat recovery, humidity recovery and optimum ventilation. The high-quality fans and excellent insulation also ensure that they are extremely quiet during operation.

The decentralised ventilation unit Zehnder ComfoAir 70 provides fresh air and produces a pleasant indoor climate and feeling of well-being. Thanks to its intelligent technology, fresh air is supplied to the room permanently and stale, moist air exhausted to the outside – so you never have the feeling that you must open the window. This reduces the energy consumption because no valuable heating energy is lost through window ventilation. This saves energy and real money.

The ideal solution for single rooms and smaller living spaces, for refurbishments or new builds, the decentralised ventilation unit Zehnder ComfoSpot 50 impresses with its compact size and good performance values. As a decentralised solution, Zehnder ComfoSpot 50 is easy to install with a minimum of conversion work required. The control panel has been integrated into the unit for maximum ease of operation. The major benefit is the one-of-a-kind enthalpy exchanger: as this extracts moisture in addition to heat from the extract air, no condensate develops and the external façade stays clean.