Aereco develops innovative ventilation solutions for residential and office buildings with a key concept, the modulation of airflow rates according to the needs. With this principle associated to specific technologies, Aereco demand-controlled ventilation systems fully meet the Building current challenges with regard to energy efficiency and indoor air quality.
Aereco offers several lines of pr... see moreoducts that can be implemented in various systems, from natural and hybrid ventilation to mechanical exhaust and heat recovery ventilation.
The group, whose headquarters and factory are located in France in Marne la Vallée, is present in most countries in Europe as well as in Asia and in the USA, through subsidiaries and a wide network of distributors. Founded in 1983, Aereco Group includes today more than 350 employees. ... see less
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|Main material||Galvanized steel|
Hybrid assistance fan
Hybrid ventilation, more energy efficient than ever
The VBP+ hybrid ventilation fan range is the ideal solution for the renovation of buildings equipped with natural or passive stack ventilation ducts, improving the performance of the ventilation through a very low electrical consumption.
Its hybrid working, at very low low pressure (natural or mechanical mode) enables to automatically adapt to weather conditions to keep the pressure in the ductwork, all year long. The VBP+ is specially designed for demand controlled ventilation (humidity sensitive, presence detection or other activation modes) thanks to its pressure management.
Located on a terrace or on a slope roof, the VBP+ is easily installed on the top of chimney through adaptation parts. Its large free area (equivalent to 8 ducts of ø125 mm) allows to gather several collective or individual ducts without reducing the cross section.
Not critical in case of supply default with its patented blades design (no pressure losses when stopped), the VBP+ requires a very light maintenance in comparison with standard mechanical systems, making of it a privileged solution for social housing.
The VBP+ exists in two versions, both resist to fire smoke up to 400°C during 30 minutes. The VBP+ “R” and the VBP+ « C4 » benefit from a body and structure in galvanized steel, and EC motor.
|Uniclass 1.4 Code||JU82|
|Uniclass 1.4 Description||Fans|
|Uniclass 2.0 Code||PR-02-28|
|Uniclass 2.0 Description||Fans|
|NBS Reference Code||02-28|
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