Seismic tests
MEKAR Air Handling Units positively pass the seismic tests
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DIN 1946-4 Certification
Mekar has received from TŰV Nord the Certification of the AHU range 23MK-H according to the norm DIN1946-4
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Aliseo Group
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The cabinet air handler units serie 24MK sections are modular units that can be configured to meet with the adoption of appropriate components, the filtration, heating, cooling, and mixture of ambient air with outdoor air and ventilation for Air to be placed on the environment.
There are available 8 sizes for a range of airflow between 1,700 and 25,000 m3/h (maximum capacity 18,900 m3/h in case of wrapping) with total pressures up to 1000 Pa.
The units are assembled in aluminium frame and sandwich panels with 25mm thickness. The panels are precoated galvanized steel internally and galvanized steel outside. The thickness of the panels is 0.5 mm. Thermal insulation is provided by polyurethane foam density 45 kg/m3.


Although its use is often required in vertical configuration as cabinet, the serie has two possible configurations of installation: vertical “L” shape installation and horizontal. Both versions were designed to minimize the overall dimensions and make the most useful spaces: in height for horizontal installation (typically on ceiling) and in depth for vertical installation, especially when the unit is stick to a wall.

The basic unit can be configured in many ways depending on the needing, but the standard version is normally assembled with:
- G4 (95% efficiency) synthetic filters, 48mm thick, easily pulled out by removable inspection panel
- Double purpose coil for heating and / or cooling, pipe geometry 3/8”, 2/4/6 rows, aluminium drain pan
- Fan+motor device, including one or more fan (forward blades), three-phase motor with transmission belts, variable pitch pulley .

The basic unit is usually provided in one block, giving better thermal insulation (due to the missing of a junction section between fan and air treatment) and saving assembly time on site.