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Article Date: 23rd November 2020

Systemair's Prio Silent® XP - the First Circular Duct Fan with Hybrid Silencer

Systemair prio silent xp

Conventional circular duct fans are often perceived to be too loud. They have a very high sound pressure level, which has a negative impact on the well-being of the people in the room.

In contrast, the prio silent® XP has an innovative plastic housing with integrated acoustic insulation on the pressure side. This combination results in excellent thermal and acoustic insulation, enabling the prio silent® XP to offer impressive low-noise operation. In addition, the new circular duct fan from Systemair combines the highest comfort with the best energy efficiency. Developed for ventilation in buildings, it sets the benchmark for flexibility and saving space. Here, thanks to its utility model protected EPP housing, the prio silent® XP is particularly light and, due to its innovative design, ideally suited for easy installation.

The prio silent® XP – suitable for a wide range of application areas

The use of mechanical ventilation is essential to achieve good air quality in schools and office buildings. When tuned to the particular application area, this ensures good indoor air quality and the required exchange of air. To keep the sound level as low as possible and to ensure a high degree of comfort at the same time, Systemair has developed the prio silent® XP, which has a wide range of application areas.

Tool-free assembly for the nine prio silent® XP components

The simplified construction enables the fan to be easily disassembled for inspection, modification and maintenance purposes and then reassembled.

At the heart of the new circular duct fan is a highly efficient prioAir® fan. The specially developed impeller, with the associated guide vanes and flow-optimised geometry, works with maximum efficiency. This gives the prio silent® XP an excellent efficiency while maintaining a low SFP value both with an EC or with an AC motor.

Conventional circular duct fans are often perceived to be too loud. They have a very high sound pressure level, which has a negative impact on the well-being of the people in the room. In contrast, the prio silent® XP has an innovative plastic housing with integrated acoustic insulation on the pressure side. This combination results in excellent thermal and acoustic insulation, enabling the prio silent® XP to offer impressive low-noise operation. In addition, the new circular duct fan from Systemair combines the highest comfort with the best energy efficiency. Developed for ventilation in buildings, it sets the benchmark for flexibility and saving space. Here, thanks to its utility model protected EPP housing, the prio silent® XP is particularly light and, due to its innovative design, ideally suited for easy installation.

The prio silent® XP – suitable for a wide range of application areas

The use of mechanical ventilation is essential to achieve good air quality in schools and office buildings. When tuned to the particular application area, this ensures good indoor air quality and the required exchange of air. To keep the sound level as low as possible and to ensure a high degree of comfort at the same time, Systemair has developed the prio silent® XP, which has a wide range of application areas.

Tool-free assembly for the nine prio silent® XP components

The simplified construction enables the fan to be easily disassembled for inspection, modification and maintenance purposes and then reassembled.

At the heart of the new circular duct fan is a highly efficient prioAir® fan. The specially developed impeller, with the associated guide vanes and flow-optimised geometry, works with maximum efficiency. This gives the prio silent® XP an excellent efficiency while maintaining a low SFP value both with an EC or with an AC motor.

Saving CO2 thanks to a featherweight housing

As your most efficient and helpful partner for an excellent indoor climate, we have made it our goal to become more sustainable and to contribute to making a sustainable society. We will achieve this by developing energy-efficient products and continuously optimizing them, both regarding their effects on the environment and their positive contribution to the indoor climate.

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