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ClimaRad Sensa V2X

The ClimaRad Sensa V2X is the latest Sensa in the ClimaRad range. This ventilation unit is a quieter and slimmer version, and is thus suitable for various situations. The ClimaRad Sensa V2X is a self-contained unit which extracts polluted air and supplies clean air. The unit has a designer housing and is often used in rooms with underfloor heating. Intelligent sensors measure the air quality and automatically determine the required ventilation.

Benefits ClimaRad Sensa V2X

  • Can be installed on piers from 500 mm
  • Quick assembly and installation within 15 minutes
  • Application in combination with under-floor heating or other heat delivery system
  • Energy efficient due to heat recovery, CO2 and RH control
  • 100% independent control

The ClimaRad Sensa V2X is part of the ClimaRad Smart Solution and ClimaRad Comfort Solution, where the unit controls the ventilation per room. Because the device is placed against the outer wall, air is supplied and exhausted directly through the façade. This gives the building 'breathable facades' and the need for ventilation ducts through the building is eliminated. To prevent unacceptable drafts, preheating the incoming clean air is the solution. Thanks to the built-in heat exchanger that reuses the heat from the exhaust air, ventilation takes place in a very energy-efficient way (up to 90% efficiency) while no draft complaints arise.

Working principle ClimaRad Sensa V2X

The ClimaRad Sensa V2X uses heat recovery to save as much energy as possible. This unit ensures the removal of polluted air and the supply of fresh outside air. The heat from the polluted air is transferred to the clean air so that it is always pleasantly preheated. Intelligent sensors measure air quality and automatically determine the amount of ventilation required. Preheating by means of heat recovery is not only comfortable, but also means considerable savings on energy costs.

Functions ClimaRad Sensa V2X

  • Regulate indoor air quality
  • Filtering outside air
  • Decentralised ventilation
  • Summer night ventilation
  • Heat recovery