Mixing chambers – an auxiliary equipment that improves system operation, when a uniform distribution of warm or contaminated air in the air ducts is carried out, with subsequent outlet or inlet the air to the premises. All devices meet high European quality standards, have a compact form and are quickly mounted. Mixing cameras can be installed even where there is a problem with lack of free space or incorrect layout.
Designed for mixing of tidal and recirculation air flows. The mixing chamber provides thermal energy savings throughout the year.
The mixing chamber consists of two parallel dampers operating in the antiphase and one transverse damper that allows air to mix. The corps of the mixing chamber is made of galvanized steel sheet. The rotating plates of the dampers are made of aluminum profile. The tightness is achieved at the expense of the rubber sealant installed on each rotating plate. The rotation of the plates is carried out by means of a gear transmission.