Lomanco Turbines Set ENERGO 2 x TEB + Splitter R14 + EVL1400 + P14
Lomanco ENERGO –automatic roof ventilation. The Lomanco ENERGO system retains its original function – ventilation of roofs, roof construction, attics, ventilation shafts and interiors whilst at the same time it can guarantee the minimum performance that is required by the user. This ventilation system no longer depends on a single source, wind power, it can also be driven by electricity. 2 units of LOMANCO 14" turbines and splitter are supplemented by an intelligent control unit and an additional electric ventilator with a gearbox that can assist turbine rotation during adverse weather conditions. The auxiliary motor has overload protection and slow start, so there is no damage due to frequent switching. In the absence of wind energy to rotate the turbine, the Lomanco ENERGO system’s control unit will switch to electricity as a power source. The drive system is fitted with a one-way bearing (freewheel clutch) to ensure that there is no engine and gearbox damage in the event of extremely strong wind. Typical uses for this set are multi storey buildings (7 plus storeys). The set contains 2 of the most powerful Lomanco TEB 14" turbines made of aluminium, a splitter, a square base and an additional electric ventilator. The splitter and base are made of galvanized steel.
Features & Benefits
- 2 Externally braced turbines TEB 14"
- High quality electric ventilator EBM Papst
- Guarantees constant performance
- Intelligent control unit
- Supplied with electrical box for easy installation
- Low electricity consumption
- Manual or electronic switching
- Optional sensor connectivity (humidity, CO2, PIR) or timer
- Popular solution for apartment houses
- Using 2 turbines fitted on one outlet increases the ventilation rate
In the box
2 x reinforced turbine head TEB14
Why use Lomanco turbines instead of a central electric ventilator?
The current system usually installed in apartment buildings uses a central electric ventilator for ventilation. The central electric ventilator is controlled from each flat. A vent switched on in one flat puts forced ventilation into operation in all the flats connected to the ventilation shaft. Activating a central ventilator is noisy and resonates on every floor. Another disadvantage is the fact that the electric ventilator can be switched on at any time of the day or night. Other major drawbacks include frequent breakdowns and the need for maintenance.
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