The best solution for heating, cooling and dehumidifying? Innova recommends the AirLeaf Rs fan coil, an environmental air conditioning unit with a front radiant effect.
The range of AirLeaf DC Inverter climate control terminals is now enriched with a new version that further improves the performance and ease of use while heating. AirLeaf RS heats in winter and cools and dehumidifies in summer extremely quickly, maintaining an ideal thermal comfort.
While heating, AirLeaf RS combines the convection heating ventilating effect with the radiating effect of the front panel to increase the wellbeing of the persons present in the room. Thanks to this unique principle of operation, once the terminal reaches the ideal temperature it maintains it without the aid of the main fan and, therefore, in absolute silence. The fan turns off gradually through a modulating control, as the room approaches the desired temperature set on the controller.This exclusive patent is based on a simple but highly effective notion that avoids the complications and poor functional reliability of systems with built-in radiators and special valves.The size and design of the devices are completely identical to the SL series and therefore of absolute elegance and compactness.
During winter, the operating principle is based on micro fans of very low power consumption and minimum noise that send hot air, coming from the heat exchanger, to the inside of the front panel of the device and therefore heat it effectively. With this principle, the terminal also provides significant power while heating, without running the main fan. In this way, comfort temperature is maintained through operations with no special air movements and in absolute silence. In summer mode, the airflow generated by the micro fans is stopped to avoid any dew formation phenomenon on the terminal’s front surface.
- Front panel heating
- High static heating capacity (without main fan running)
- Front radiating effect
- Exclusive design
- Extremely compact
- Cooling and dehumidification functions.