Fitting Guidelines for storage, assembly and use Recair recuperators come with flanges for easy and good sealing of the air inlet and outlet connection. For optimum drainage of condensed moisture, the exchange channels should be positioned horizontally or vertically, and the cooling airflow direction downwards. See figure 6 and 7. If you choose the Recair Comfort160, we advise you to put the air filter right in front of the air inlet surfaces of the heat exchanger. This is connected to good distribution of air over the exchange surface of the exchanger. No air filters are then required on the exit side of the exchanger. 1. Avoid direct contact with UV light. 2. Recair exchangers are designed for the buildings in which we live and work. So avoid contact with chemicals. 3. Operating temperature s: Recair exchangers may be exposed to temperatures between -20 ºC and +50 °C 4. The heat exchanger may only be removed from the apparatus by carefully pulling the plastic strip fitted. 5. Cleaning with liquids or water is not required. Dust can best be removed from air inlet and outlet areas using a normal vacuum cleaner. 6. All Recair heat exchangers are checked before delivery to the customer up to a maximum leakage of 25 litres per minute at a static pressure of 250 Pa. Under certain conditions, this leakage of air may also result in some leakage of condensation. For this reason, it may help to point the air flow losing heat downwards and place a condensation trap under the whole exchanger. 7. The heat exchanger performs best when there is a perfect balance between the two air flows. The Recair Product range 8 Pagina 7

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