ENERGY-EFFICIENT CLEAN AIR BEYOND THE LABORATORY
One of the world’s leading specialists in the manufacture of energy-efficient electronic laboratory airflow controls and monitors has launched a range of variable and constant airflow volume (VAV and CAV) terminals for the wider market, enabling the sustainable generation of clean air in any building space.
Temperature Electronics Ltd’s (TEL’s) range of terminals and attenuators are suitable for any laboratory or commercial application and allow users to effectively control the distribution of air into any building space or room.
The energy-efficient rectangular VAV RVP-P terminal and the circular VAV RVP-C terminal enable precision control of the amount of air entering a room. They can be supplied with a variety of control options for different applications and are ideally suited for use with TEL’s AFA5000 Room Space Controller.
Mechanical CAV terminal units are used for maintaining a constant volume of extract and supply air. The rectangular CAV VRRK terminal ensures a constant volume of supply air of up to 10,000m3/hr into a room, while the circular CAV VRK terminal is maintenance free and with a range of between 75 to 1,650m3/hr. Both are available in a range of sizes and are adjustable in the field over a set volume range in order to meet users’ specific air supply and extraction requirements.
A collection of energy-efficient attenuators limits the sound made by the ventilation systems, the aerodynamic form of the PZX and PZM models minimising drag and so saving energy. All products can be quickly and easily installed in new or refurbished premises.
Said TEL’s director, Richard Eady: “Our new VAV and CAV terminals allow organisations to efficiently control the air distribution into a wide range of spaces. Customers can benefit from our considerable experience in the provision of energy-efficient solutions for the laboratory sector, where the reliable supply of clean air is a health and safety stipulation.”
UK based, TEL offers national customers a highly efficient supply chain. Its energy-efficient products are also sold internationally via a supply network covering Europe, the US, Africa and Asia.
The company was established in 1969, and its products are used in thousands of laboratories and industrial environments across the world. It works in close partnership with both laboratory fume cupboard manufacturers and contractors.
TEL provides a full-service offer, covering laboratory design consultation, training and technical back up in addition to product supply and installation.
For further details, please contact Sarah Walker at FIG, 01457 857 111, [email protected], or alternatively Lucy Marriott or Cheryl Harrison.