Decentralized units in building services aren’t as common as we could think. They aren’t completely autonomous as they rely on external pipes or extensions required for their proper function. FSL B SEK is a good example of a decentralized heat exchanger to be placed under the sill.
The FSL B SEK can provide up to 1220W of heating and 520W of cooling. It is a heat exchanger that makes use of water to heat up or cool down air with a 2 or 4-pipe system. It has a condensate drip tray with condensate drain. Moreover, it can supply airflow up to 200 m³/h. The fan system installed is optimised with low specific fan powers.
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