Fresh Air Handling Units (FAHU) which regulate and circulate fresh air as part of a heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) system. Fresh Air Handling Units delivering a constant volume treated fresh
An Air Handling Unit (AHU) is used to re-condition and circulate air as part of a heating, ventilating and air-conditioning system. The basic function of the AHU is taking in outside air, re-condition it and supply it as fresh air to a building.
FAHU is the abbreviation used for FRESH AIR HANDLING UNIT. These are usually centralized units employed to induce fresh air quantities to the confines spaces, which regulate and circulate fresh air as part of a HVAC system. Fresh Air Handling Units delivering a constant volume treated fresh air.
These are usually centralized units employed to induce fresh air quantities to the confine’s spaces. They come into picture wherever there are limitations to fresh air intake either directly or through AHUs. FAHUs are either of normal construction having100% fresh air through a blower fan or Treated FAHU that employs an additional cooling coil to induce treated air into the confined space without deteriorating the indoor conditions. It all depends upon the selection of the designer to provide an optimum HVAC solution.
This is an advance type of FCU beyond5 TR capacity. They are either available in standard sizes or customer size & body construction. In addition to the standard components (blower fan & filter), it has advance filters, UV light, mixing chambers, etc. depending upon the requirement & construction.