High-performance ceramic heat exchanger achieving up to 90% heat recovery
Highly efficient fan unit
Flow-optimised inside cover
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Ventilation - oh so easy!
Decentralised home ventilation without compromises
The getAir easyFan is a compact ventilation system with heat recovery. All that is needed to install it is a core-drilled hole through an outside wall. This represents a major advantage over conventional ventilation systems which work with ducts throughout the house. Installation is flexible and uncomplicated, making the easyFan suitable for retrofitting in the context of upgrading a house to modern energy-saving standards. On account of its modular design, maintenance and servicing require little effort. Once fitted, the easyFan helps you not only to save valuable heating energy, but also to keep follow-on costs in check.
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Heat recovery rate, ηmax.
Heat recovery rate, ηØ, ERP
Sound pressure level2)
Specific power consumption3)
Type of protection
Sound level difference Dn,w
-20 — +60
Minimum wall thickness4)
Optimal wall thickness
Inside cover (WxHxD)
190 x 207 x 40
Outside cover (WxHxD)
196 x 204 x 45
DIBt reference number
GZ III 56-1.51.3-19/16
1) When operated in pairs 2) Determined in 2 m distance under free field conditions at supply-air operation 3) Without power supply 4) With metal outside cover 5) Acc. REG 1254/2014 EU
easyFan control units
via the PUSH control unit
PUSH control unit
The elegant PUSH control unit allows one of three pre-set modes to be selected: Full-blast mode, heat recovery and sleep mode. When working in automatic mode, a room’s humidity is kept under control, ensuring a good climate. Read more...
EASY control unit
The EASY control unit is sleek and functional. The rotary knob controls the easyFan at the flick of the wrist. Airflow volume can be set to four different levels. The two modes - full-blast and heat recovery - can be selected directly. Read more...
Just a few steps to better air
Core-drilling a hole
Drill a hole in the wall using a core drill and a 162-mm bit. The hole must have a gradient of 1 – 3°, allowing any condensate to flow outwards. It is best to drill the hole from inside to outside.
Measure the thickness of the wall. Should any plastering still need to be done, allow for plaster thickness when shortening the cylinder. Shorten the installation cylinder using a sabre saw in such a way that the cylinder ends are flush with both inside and outside walls. Cut one or two slits (each ca. 10mm wide and 30mm long) into the cylinder on the indoor side (1). These are required for the incoming data cable (and possibly for a cable to the next fan when serially installed). When using cables with a larger diameter or when linking several easyFan units together, the slit will need to be wider. Apply a suitable mounting adhesive / sealant (2) (see diagram) to the outside of the cylinder and insert it into the core-drilled hole (3). Pay attention to how long the sealant needs to dry. Proceed to the next step.
Use slits in the wall or cable ducts to lead the cables to the hole in the wall. Make sure that the length of the cable in the cylinder corresponds to the thickness of the wall minus 150 mm. Wire the plug for connecting up the fan unit (see Electrical installation). Should cables with a diameter > 6.1 mm be used, the top layer of insulation will need to be removed to prevent problems with the further installation.
Once all work on the building’s facade has been finished, the outside cover can be installed. Remove the plastering cover and insert the outside cover into the cylinder. Make sure that the outside cover is straight and points downwards (the air vent at the bottom). Due to the special mounting slats, the outside cover can be installed without any tools and sits tight in the cylinder.
Once all work has been finished on the inside walls and the outside cover or hood has been installed, the fan and heat exchanger units can be installed. Start by connecting the two units. This is done by sliding the fan unit over the front end of the heat exchanger unit (1). Then insert the two into the cylinder (2), with the insect filter facing outwards (2). Push the unit carefully into the cylinder until it touches the outside cover or hood.
Once all work inside the building has been completed, the inside cover can be installed. Place the filter unit in the slots for the filter inside the cover. Insert the cover into the cylinder, making sure that the air outlet points upwards and that the cover sits tightly.