Compact S is an energy-efficient total indoor climate solution for all types of low-energy buildings, single-family homes, flats and small office areas in commercial leases with a ventilation requirement of up to 375 m3/h.
Compact S recovers the energy from the extracted air using a highly efficient counter flow heat exchanger. The remaining energy that is not utilised by the counter flow heat exchanger is used by the heat pump to produce hot water, and to further heat the supply air.
The heat pump has a reversible cooling circuit, which means that, in the summer, the unit can cool the supply air by up to 10 °C. Due to the low air exchange, the cooling does not function as an air conditioning system. On cooling, the supply air is dehumidified, which gives a more pleasant indoor climate than is possible with an ordinary ventilation unit without a heat pump.
Compact S hot water production fulfils the most stringent requirements in the Eco-design regulation and thereby achieves the highest energy labelling.
100% heat recovery
Compact S ventilates the home, ensuring a good indoor climate. While also producing hot water.
Compact S is an untraditional ventilation unit that, in contrast to other ventilation units, recovers 100% of the heat in the extracted air.
Via a counter flow heat exchanger, up to 95 % of the energy in the extracted air is used to heat the supply air.
The built-in heat pump uses the remaining energy to further heat the supply air, while also producing hot water.
Cooling the home is the challenge of the future.
New homes are well-insulated and therefore easy to heat. On the other hand, outdoor temperatures do not need to be very high before getting rid of the heat in the home becomes problematic.
Compact S has a reversible cooling circuit, to cool the supply air. Due to the low air exchange, it will not function as an air conditioning system. When cooling the supply air will be dehumidified, which contributing to a pleasant climate in the home.
CTS 602 Control
The Compact S is controlled using its CTS 602 HMI touch panel, featuring a wide range of functions, e.g., menu-controlled operation, weekly programme settings, filter monitor with timer, fan speed adjustment, summer bypass, supply-heating element control, error messages etc.
The CTS 602 comes with factory settings, including a default setting which can be customised to operational requirements to achieve optimum operation and utilisation of the system.
There is an option for selecting between 2 front page images for the main screen.
Operating instructions for the CTS 602 can be found in a separate user manual supplied with the unit.
The CTS 602 control unit communicates by default with Modbus RTU RS485 communication. A CTS system using this form of communication can easily be connected to the unit.
Nilan units have an open Modbus communication, i.e., not only can the unit be monitored, but its operation can also be set in the same way as it can via the operating panel.
The protocol is set upby default for a Modbus RTU 30 address but can be set to a value between 1 and 247.
A Modbus converter allows you to connect one or more units to a computer to monitor and control the unit.
Intelligent humidity control
Nilan’s humidity control feature automatically adapts to the needs of the family or the building.
The intelligent CTS 602 control unit does not need to have a set level input for air humidity (RH) to control the air exchange. By using the integrated humidity sensor, the control unit calculates the average level itself for the last 24 hours. The average level provides a basis for deciding whether to change the air exchange if the air humidity fluctuates.
This ensures that the unit always runs at its most efficient, based on the actual air humidity level and not on a theoretical one.
This helps save energy because it automatically adapts to the requirements in the home. Whether a large family or a single person is living in the building has a considerable influence on how much humidity is produced.
The unit also adjusts automatically to summer and winter level.
All ventilation units with a counterflow heat exchanger will ice up if the outdoor temperature is below freezing for a prolonged period.
The extracted air condenses when it is cooled down during heat recovery. The high temperature efficiency will slowly turn the condensate to ice, which will block up the counterflow heat exchanger unless remedial action is taken.
It should be considered whether the unit’s operation can be protected during a lengthy period of frost or whether it is acceptable to decrease its operation.
In homes which are occupied at night, it would be advisable to protect the unit against frost when the outdoor temperature is coldest by using a pre-heating element. On the other hand, if the ventilation is for an office, it may be acceptable to decrease the operating level at night.
NilAIR is installed together with a ventilation unit, which in simple terms consists of distribution boxes from which tubes are led out to air extraction and air supply boxes in the individual rooms.
NilAIR can be installed in ceilings, walls, or floors. The lightweight tubes can be used for even the most complicated tube alignments, where e.g., traditional spiral ducts cannot be used.
Flexible and space-saving solution
- Rapid and simple installation with a click system
- Dimensionally stable and corrosion-resistant quality material
- Simple regulation of the air supply volume
- Low weight
- Easy to clean
- Easy to handle and transport
- Prevents sound travelling from room to room