Thank you very much for having purchased our “Heat Exchange Ventilator”. We hope you read through this instruction manual with care so that you can use the unit correctly. After reading it, please keep it so you can read it whenever necessary. CONTENTS Cautions on Safety..............2–5 Features ..................5...
Cautions on Safety Never Fail to Observe Described below are the way we are gaining your attention to what you are supposed to observe to prevent dangers to the users or other people as well as loss to the property. I The degrees of danger or damage that is likely to occur due to the wrong use ignoring the indications are categorized for explanation as marked below.
Cautions on Safety Never Fail to Observe Cautions for Installation WARNING I When Heat Exchange Ventilators are I The external air intake opening should I The external air intake opening relocated, contact your dealer or a be positioned away from the exhaust should not be positioned where professional installer.
Cautions on Safety Never Fail to Observe Cautions for Operation CAUTION I The system should never be used for any other purposes I Don't incline Heat Exchange Ventilators when taking them than intended such as for preservation of foods, flora and out.
Cautions on Safety Never Fail to Observe Cautions for Maintenance CAUTION I Don't use benzene or metal brush I The filter should be cleaned regularly. I Use gloves when cleaning the filter or when cleaning the filter and heat heat exchange element. Dust or dirt building-up on it exchange element.
Name of Each Part [Model No.] VN-250SE VN-350SE VN-500SE Unit: mm Inspection Cover Model No. VN-250SE OA (Outside Air) Electrical Equipment Box VN-350SE VN-500SE VN-800SE 1322 VN-1KSAE 1322 1134 (Exhaust Air) Note: Dimensions of Ceiling Suspension (Supply Air) Fixtures are not included.
Specific Caution Items Checking Location of Installation This Energy Recovery Ventilators have been designed especially for use in offices, conference rooms, etc. Please check to ensure that neither the main unit nor the inlet-outlet grill are installed in any of the following locations. Locations exposed to high temperatures or Locations with high humidity.
Model Installation Supply Air Duct Outside Intake Duct Ceiling Suspension Bolt Pipe Hood (Supply Air) (Room Air) Room Intake Duct (Exhaust Air) Note that when installing a unit Room Intake Opening (Outside Air) (Supply/Exhaust Air Grill) body upside down, its printed Inside Supply Opening Heat Insulation indication is in a reversed position.
1) Remove the filters. 2) Remove the two Heat Exchange Elements from the unit. (Model No. VN-250SE has one Heat Exchange Element.) Caution G The weight of the Heat Exchange Element is as shown in the table below.
Maintenance Method (continued) 3) Use a vacuum cleaner to remove dust and dirt from the element's surface. Caution G Use a brush attachment on the vacuum cleaner nozzle. Clean with a light, brushing action. Avoid using a hard nozzle as it may disfigure the heat exchange foils. G Never use water to clean the Heat Exchange Element.
Model No. VN-800SE/VN-1KSAE I Stop the operation and keep the exclusive breaker "OFF". Hook I Cleaning the filter (When required) Inspection Cover 1) Enter the ceiling from the Inspection Opening for the Heat Exchange Ventilators, and remove the screw on the inspection cover.
Maintenance Method (continued) 2) Use a vacuum cleaner to remove dust and dirt from the element's surface. Caution G Use a brush attachment on the vacuum cleaner nozzle. Clean with a light, brushing action. Avoid using a hard nozzle as it may disfigure the heat exchange foils.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY We, TOSHIBA CARRIER CORPORATION, 336 Tadewara, Fuji-shi, Shizuoka-ken, 416-8521, Japan, declare under our sole responsibility that the product, Heat Exchange Ventilator, to which this declaration relates is in conformity with the provisions of Council Directive 89/336/EEC Electromagnetic Compatibility and 73/23/EEC Low Voltage Directive.