Optimally designed for each individual system, the hydronic module includes all major mechanical components such as pumps, control valves, a frost protection bypass line, and several temperature sensors
Our energy recovery coils and hydronic modules are optimally sized for maximum heat transfer in the coils and guaranteed performance, even in partial load operation.
Konvekta's factory-tested hydronic module includes all major mechanical components such as pumps, control valves, a frost protection bypass line, and several temperature sensors. This makes installation simple. The open design of the hydronic assembly prevents heat build-up, extending the service life of the electronic components. All components of the hydronic module are waterproof. There is easy access for service and maintenance.
Pumps with VFDs
Unlike conventional heat recovery systems where fluid flow rate is constant or based on air volumes, the fluid flow rate of a Konvekta energy recovery system is variable depending on air volumes and other operating parameters. In network energy recovery systems, the energy is taken from where it is most available and used where it is most needed. This approach to controlling a system results in a much more efficient system because it is based on actual operating conditions.
Always turbulent flow
In systems operating at part load a significant reduction in performance will occur if the fluid flow in the coils is not turbulent. Konvekta heat recovery systems are always designed to maintain turbulent in full- and part-load operation. This guarantees that efficient energy recovery is achieved also in partial load operation.
On the hydronic module Konvekta always provides a redundant pump to ensure reliable operation. If one pump incurs a malfunction, the system automatically switches to the second pump to ensure uninterrupted operation in spite of the malfunction.
In normal operation, the pumps are used alternately. This will ensure that both pumps are regularly in use, any faults are detected quickly, and routine pump maintenance comes due at different times, minimizing the likelihood of complete pump failure. The redundant design of the pump also allows for independent operation and maintenance of the pumps which minimizes service interruptions.