Airmaster to launch a flexible, new AM 300 ventilation unit

The new AM 300 is a decentralised ventilation unit of exceptional quality, offering a high level of flexibility and carefully considered, user-friendly technical details
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The new AM 300 from Airmaster is essentially a continuation of the current AM 300 decentralised ventilation unit but with a long list of improvements and refinements.

The basic principles of the new AM 300 are also a continuation of Airmaster’s high standard for achieving a good indoor climate with the lowest possible energy consumption and the best cost of life.

Use and installation of the new AM 300 are extremely flexible.

With several options when it comes to the position of the supply and exhaust, as well as the possibility of ducted inlet and extract inside the room, the unit can be adapted to many different types of room.

As a new feature, the supply and exhaust can also be positioned at the ends of the unit’s cabinet, allowing the supply and exhaust to be ducted around obstacles inside the building, for example, or used to create a uniform appearance on the façade. In addition, a built-in adaptive inlet grill is provided as standard for optimal air distribution. There is also the option of ducted inlet and extract, increasing flexibility.

AM 300 can be controlled from a separate control panel, but it can also be controlled via Airmaster’s “Airmaster Airlinq Online” IoT platform or connected to a BMS system.

And much more besides. 

Another focus area has been increased reusability. 

  • Simple dismantling and thus the possibility of reusing components.
  • Changed production methods reduce the use of adhesives by up to 90%.
  • Use of insulation made from recycled foam materials and free of pigments. 100% polyurethane granulate, which can be recycled. 

Ready for a breath of fresh air

At Airmaster, we are “decentral” through and through. We are unrivalled when it comes to creating the best indoor climate and optimal well-being because we take each room and its occupants into account – and because we constantly strive to improve on what we do.