RoofVent Design Handbook 2017 by Hoval USA

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Catalog RoofVent Design Handbook 2017

air conditioning air duct residual current circuit breaker residual current circuit breakers air temperature and humidity hot and cold water supply 3 position switch off on on plate heat exchanger powder coat powder blind rivet nuts exhaust air fan plate heat exchangers emergency shut off switch e coat sheet metal air temperature sensor air temperatur sensor differential pressure switch balancing valve valve temperature and humidity sensor panel of emergency shut off switch sheet metal parts air handling unit air handling units air handle unit control compact air handling units pot on pot air handling unit lines automatic air vent cable cross section building management system heating and cooling pumps heating and cooling heat and cool cable cross section current automatic air vent control pressure and temperature sensors in line valve oil valve heating and cooling system air conditioning unit protective coated sockets to inside of sockets pressure switch for 95 mm x 7 mm 40 x 40 type of coils window and door power supply cable power supplys cable parts of exhaust system switch to switch cabling k and n air filter 40 x 75 x 40 how the tables are set dimension in mm in the room this is the day plates and screws

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roofvent® rh technical data 3.8  dimensions and weight 2380 47 2080 a 1950 cdebhjwf 200 l i 77 200 gsktuv roof unit with energy recovery heating section connection module air-injector access panel coil return access panel connection box flow fig a4:  dimensional drawing for roofvent® rh dimensions in mm

roofvent® rc construction and operation 2.3  operating modes the roofvent® rc has the following operating modes ■ ventilation ■ exhaust air ■ ventilation reduced ■ supply air ■ air quality ■ standby ■ recirculation ■ emergency operation the toptronic® c control system regulates these operating modes automatically for each control zone in accordance with the specifications in the calendar the following points also apply ■ the operating mode of a control zone can be switched over manually ■ each roofvent® unit can operate individually in a local operating mode off recirculation supply air exhaust air ventilation you will find a detailed description of the toptronic® c control system in section g control systems of this handbook code operating mode description ve ventilation the unit blows fresh air into the room and exhausts polluted room air the room temperature set value day is active depending on the

roofvent® rc specification text ■ connection module with integrated condensate drip tray and drain connection corrosion-protected design ■ powder-coated supply air and exhaust air fans coat thickness 80 μm electronics potted on both sides ■ specially coated plate heat exchanger for high corrosion resistance additionally sealed leak test according to works standard ■ connecting elements blind rivet nuts screws rivets made of stainless steel 1.4301 ■ casing of the roof unit powder-coated on the inside ■ parts prone to corrosion powder-coated sheet metal parts of the dampers and all sheet metal parts of the below-roof unit powder-coated on both sides pebble grey ral 7032 ■ painted coil corrosion-protected design for high extract air humidity ■ powder-coated supply air and exhaust air fans coat thickness 80 μm electronics potted on both sides ■ specially coated plate heat exchanger with condensate separator for high

roofvent® rhc technical data 3.7  cooling capacities cooling medium temperature rhf unit tf size hr type °c qsen kw qtot kw qtg kw ts °c ∆pw kpa 40 20 20 15 14 13 2870 60 18 37 12 15 44 5267 40 25 35 19 16 39 4953 60 22 52 17 17 87 7387 40 20 20 14 14 14 60 18 35 12 15 42 40 24 33 18 16 60 22 49 16 17 40 29 29 21 60 26 52 40 36 60 33 40 60 28 r1 c 32 rhc-6 28 r2 c 32 28 c 32 r1 28 d 32 rhc-9 28 c 32 r2 28 d 32 legend reference tf rhf type hr qsen qtot 6/12 °c mw mc l/h kg/h 8/14 °c mw mc l/h kg/h qsen kw qtot kw qtg kw ts °c ∆pw kpa 0 18 18 12 15 10 2539 0 28 15 31 10 17 31 4424 23 15 22 29 17 17 27 4110 10 43 20 46 14 18 69 6544 38 2822 0 18 18 12 15 11 2529 0 4971 25 16 30 10 17 31 4243 21 38 4714 13 22 28 16 17 27 3986 9 84 7027 40 20 44 14 18 67 6299 35 14 12 4183 0 26 26 18 15 10 3668 0 18 15 39 7455 39 22 43 14 17 27 6169 31 50 28 16 36 7138 20 33 41 25 17 24 5853 12 75 25 17 81 10698 62 29 66 21 18 63 9412 54 36 39 28 12 14 5636 5 31

roofvent® r construction and operation access panel connection box supply air fans supply air access door control block exhaust air access door exhaust air fans plate heat exchanger with bypass for performance control and as ­recirculation bypass fresh air damper with actuator bypass damper with actuator fresh air filter fresh air access door extract air and recirculation dampers with actuator extract air access door extract air filter extract air grille actuator of the air-injector fig d2:  structure of the roofvent® r

roofvent® r specification text ■ frost protection control of the units with constrained control of protection functions to prevent coil icing for supply air units supply and extract air handling units ■ a maintenance mode implemented in the control algorithm for testing all physical data points and alarms guarantees high reliability options for the control systems indoor climate unit ■ energy monitoring zone control panel ■ alarm lamp ■ socket ■ additional room air temperature sensor ■ combination sensor room air quality temperature and humidity ■ external sensor values ■ external set values ■ load shedding input ■ operating selector switch on terminal ■ operating selector button on terminal ■ power supply and safety relay

transport and installation electrical installation component designation zone control panel power supply voltage cable remark 3 x 400 v ac nym 5 x … mm² 3-phase 1 x 230 v ac nym 3 x … mm² 1-phase zone bus j-ysty 2 x 2 x 0.8 mm max 1000 m length system bus for connecting several zone control panels ethernet ≥ cat 5 room air sensor j-ysty 2 x 2 x 0.8 mm max 250 m fresh air temperature sensor j-ysty 2 x 2 x 0.8 mm max 250 m additional room air temperature sensor j-ysty 2 x 2 x 0.8 mm max 250 m combination sensor room air quality temperature and humidity j-ysty 4 x 2 x 0.8 mm max 250 m enable heating volt-free nym max 230 v ac max   24 v dc 2 x 1.5 mm² max 6 a enable cooling volt-free nym max 230 v ac max   24 v dc 2 x 1.5 mm² max 6 a trouble input heating   24 v ac nym 2 x 1.5 mm² max 1 a trouble input cooling   24 v ac nym 2 x 1.5 mm² max 1 a collective trouble

control system control components in the units roofvent® rhc g control block collective trouble indicator zone control panel connection box fresh air temperature sensor cooling lock switch zone bus room air sensor enable heating power supply trouble input heating enable cooling cooling pump trouble input cooling heating control panel heating pump distributor pump cooling heating circuit mixing valve cooling distributor pump heating cooling circuit mixing valve heating system operator terminal table g19:  schematic diagram for injection system of roofvent rhc ®

roofvent® design handbook subject to technical alterations art.no 4 214 674 – edition 02 / 2017 © hoval aktiengesellschaft liechtenstein 2015 responsibility for energy and environment the hoval brand is internationally known as one of the leading suppliers of indoor climate control solutions more than 70 years of experience have given us the necessary capabilities and motivation to continuously develop exceptional solutions and technically advanced equipment maximising energy efficiency and thus protecting the environment are both our commitment and our incentive hoval has established itself as an expert provider of intelligent heating and ventilation systems that are exported to over 50 countries worldwide hoval heating technology as a full range supplier hoval helps its customers to select innovative system solutions for a wide range of energy sources such as heat pumps biomass solar energy gas oil and district heating services range from