Our SAF units replace stale air from the atmosphere with fresh ventilation. Simultaneously, recovering 77% of outgoing heat to achieve optimal indoor temperatures without the expense of energy efficiency.
The unit also uses heat-exchange ventilation, and simple ventilation, in commercial buildings. For instance, when a room changes temperature, the unit captures exhaust energy from the atmosphere and works to recover it by heat-exchange ventilation. This process allows for a balanced and fresh environment all year round.
For countries that experience varied climates throughout the year; During colder months, the SAF unit will use the exhaust energy to warm the room. While in warmer months, the unit will transfer exhaust air to supply cooled air. In humid environments, the SAF unit will also balance the moisture levels to provide a comfortable setting.
The SAF unit is just one way Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Group aims to provide sustainable energy solutions to create a carbon-neutral future. Boasting high-energy savings, the unit dramatically reduces energy consumption by capturing waste energy through heat exchange ventilation. Leading to long-term energy consumption savings and reduced carbon emissions in commercial buildings.
Tetsuji Fujino, Technical General Manager at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioning Europe, Ltd. comments, “Regulations such as the Energy Performance of Building Directive (EPBD) set by the European Union, have limited the use of electrical and gas power in commercial buildings.
Fujino continues: “Buildings need to minimise energy losses with sustainable heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning choices. The SAF unit is a sound system for energy-efficient buildings.”
Available in different sizes and models.