DRI’s : Treated fresh Air Unit

The DRI Treated Fresh Air Units provide a complete solution for IEQ and Energy Saving in a single modular unit with option to add modules for cooling, heating, humidification, high efficiency filtration, mixing, sound attenuation

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Advantages with new series DRI TFA

 

Time tested Reliability

The DRI TFA . . . . FlexAir Series comes from plant having over 10 years’ experience in making two stream systems.

Casing Air Leakage

The casing air leakage is of prime importance in two tier systems i.e. systems with two streams with high latent difference between both. The FlexAir Series TFA from DRI is designed in accordance with European Standard for leakage Class B.

Maintenance-free Reliable Operation:

Assured problem free operations even under tough circumstances as a result of solid construction with tight sealing between supply and exhaust air ensures minimal leakage.

Very Low Pressure drops

All functions like coils, heat exchangers etc. are optimised to give lowest possible pressure drop in proportion to highest possible efficiency resulting in very low LCC.

Easy to Maintain Fan Assembly

  • Fan assembly slides out for servicing. Saves time and money !
  • Reliable solid transmission construction saves belts and bearing.

High Quality Standardised filters

  • Deep folded bag filters with big filter areas and good sealing.
  • The good tightness ensures clean air supply to the room is of high quality.

Uniquely Designed Connection system
The unique design makes it possible for the assembler to choose from two different ways of connection when he assembles the unit in the machine room.

Best Technology in Casing Manufacturing
The DRI TFA is manufactured in accordance with the best technology in casing manufacturing.

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