AM 500

Airmaster AM 500 is a balanced decentralised ventilation unit, suitable for ventilating medium-sized rooms.

Data AM 500
Data CC 500 cooling module
Standard AM 500
  • Bypass
  • Motor driven exhaust air damper
  • Motor driven supply air damper
  • Countercurrent heat exchanger (aluminium)



Options for AM 500
  • Electric preheating surface
  • Electric comfort heating surface
  • Water heating surface
  • COsensor (wall-mounted)
  • COsensor (built-in)
  • PIR/motion sensor (wall-mounted)
  • PIR/motion sensor (built-in)
  • Hygrostat
  • Condensate pump
  • Cooling module 
  • Capacitive return for motor driven damper
  • Energy meter
  • Wall / Ceiling frame
  • Mini B USB (on front of unit)
Throw length

Airmaster air handling units spread an air stream in different directions, depending on the given airflow.
This can be seen in the illustration on the left, in which the blue shading indicates airflows for the different
throw lengths.

1. Throw length seen from above
2. Throw length seen from the side

AM 500 is designed to ventilate medium-sized rooms. Depending on the room and the location of the unit, a horizontal model or a vertical model can be fitted. With the AM 500 H model, it is possible to connect the inverter-controlled CC 500 cooling module. It is also possible to pipe either exhaust or supply, or both exhaust and supply. The unit is available with a separate control panel, but it can also be controlled via Airmaster’s “Airmaster Airlinq Online” IoT platform or connected to a BMS system.

AM 500 is a balanced decentralised ventilation unit with high level of heat recovery. The ventilation unit is energy efficient and creates and maintains a good indoor climate in a financially responsible way.

Examples of applications

  • Offices
  • Meeting rooms
  • Schools and institutions
  • Modular buildings

AM 500 versions

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.