AM 800

Designed for larger rooms with moderate occupancy, the Airmaster AM 800 ventilation unit is the perfect choice for classrooms.

AM 800 is a particularly suitable ventilation solution for larger classrooms, meeting rooms and offices where efficient, noise-free air replacement is needed. Like all other Airmaster ventilation units, AM 800 can also be demand-controlled with CO2 sensors that make the unit run to a weekly schedule AND CO2 level, for example. This way, the room is only ventilated when needed – and with the required airflow. The unit uses very little power, and with the demand-control, energy consumption is further reduced. AM 800 can be purchased with separate control, i.e. by means of a control panel, or for connection to a central control. 

Depending on the room and the location of the unit, a horizontal model or a vertical model can be fitted. With the AM 800 H model, it is possible to connect the inverter-controlled CC 800 cooling module. It is also possible to pipe either exhaust or supply, or both exhaust and supply.

Examples of applications

  • Schools
  • Institutions
  • Offices
  • Meeting rooms
Data AM 800


Filter class

30 dB(A)

35 dB(A)

Maximum capacity

ePM10 75%

ePM1 55%

ePM1 80%

650 m3/h

585 m3/h

520 m3/h

725 m3/h

653 m3/h

580 m3/h

Throw length (0.2 m/s)

ePM10 75%

ePM1 55%

ePM1 80%

7,7 m at 650 m3/h

7,2 m at 585 m3/h

6,7 m at 520 m3/h

8,3 m at 725 m3/h
7,7 m at 653 m3/h
7,2 m at 580 m3/h

Nominal current*

1,1 A

Nominal power consumption*

156 W

Electrical connection

1 x 230 V + N + PE / 50 Hz

Duct connections

Ø315 mm

Condensate drain

Ø16 mm


157 kg

Counterflow heat exchanger

2 x Aluminium

Supply air filter

ePM10 75%, ePM1 55% or ePM1 80%

Extract air filter

ePM10 75%

Colour, casing

RAL 9010 (white)

Power cable

3 x 1,5 mm²

Recommended fuse

13 A

Leakage current

<– 6 mA

Air leakage classification

Class L2 cf. EN 1886:2007

Class A1 cf. EN 13141-7:2010

Dimensions (WxHxD)

1910 x 474 x 916 mm

* At filter class, supply air/extract air: ePM10 75% / ePM10 75%



Comfort Heater

Heat output

1500 W

1000 W

Thermal circuit breaker, aut. reset



Thermal circuit breaker, man. reset




Comfort heater

Max. operating temperature


Max. operating pressure

10 bar

Heat output

1379 W*

Connection dimension

1/2" (DN 15)

Materials pipes/fins


Open/close time, motor valve

60 s

* Capacity at: supply/return temperature 60/40°C, water volume 60 l/h

Standard and options

Standard and options

AM 800



Electric preheating surface

Electric comfort heating surface

Water heating surface

CO2 sensor (built-in)

PIR/motion sensor (built-in)


Condensate pump

Cooling module (only for horizontal model)

Motor driven exhaust air damper


Motor driven supply air damper


Capacitive return for motor driven damper

Counterflow heat exchanger


Wall / Ceiling frame

Energy meter

Mini B USB (on front of unit)

Boomerain Ø315

x : standard
: option

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, 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

Data CC 800 cooling module


Nominal cooling capacity*

5240 W

Min. cooling capacity*

990 W

Nominal EER


Max. airflow

650 m3/h

Min. airflow**

260 m3/h

Electricity supply

1 x 230 V + N + PE / 50 Hz

Nominal electrical output

1110 W

Nominal current strength

6,8 A

Electrical output factor


Max. leakage current

2,0 mA




820 g

Duct connection

Ø315 mm

Drain hose, internal/external diameter

Ø8/12 mm

Energy class



100,7 kg

Dimensions incl. unit (WxHxD)

1910 x 474 x 1321 mm

* Measured according to EN 308 and EN 14825 at max. airflow with ePM10 75% filter.

** Cooling module activation.

AM 800 versions

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