Campus Kronberg

Campus Kronberg

In summer 2014, the gas-operated steam humidifier system “Condair GS” from Condair GmbH was installed and used for the first time in the air conditioning system of the “Gamma” building at Campus Kronberg. In this patented system, the waste gases from gas combustion are guided into the exhaust air in the air conditioning system where they contribute to an increase in the heat recovery performance.

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Gas-fired steam humidifier

Condair GS -Video about how it works

Gas-fired steam humidifier

Condair GS units are the standard in high-efficiency humidification with gas. The exhaust gas can be discharged directly through HVAC exhaust air. Exhaust gas heat is mostly recovered through heat recovery in the HVAC unit.

Condair GS is the first choice when it comes to top efficiency and easy installation.
These units can easily be added to existing systems.

Further information on the Condair GS

Exhaust gas heat recovery
through the HVAC system

Using HVAC exhaust air to discharge exhaust gas provides some significant advantages. First, installation is significantly easier, as a chimney is no longer required. Exhaust gas heat is used regeneratively through heat recovery in the HVAC unit, with no negative impact on the quality of exhaust air. The energy in the exhaust gas becomes available for free, and the resulting savings can be applied to your ventilation heating needs.
Representation of steam humidifier in use
Gas-heated steam humidifier with exhaust gas heat recovery through the HVAC system
No chimney required No chimney required
Heat recoveryRecovery of exhaust gas heat
DVGW certifiedDVGW certified

Efficient technology
pays off!

Potential savings through
ventilation heat consumption, including condensation heat recovery [kW]
Steam output [kg/h]

The perfect match

Different system situations require customized solutions. With a range of Condair GS variants to choose from, you can select a unit that precisely matches your planning requirements and the design of your HVAC system. Existing limitations are overcome through the exhaust gas discharge system, and highly efficient steam humidification is made available for a wide range of applications.
Condair GS indoor installation
Condair GS
Indoor installation (room air-dependent) Combustion air is sucked away from the installation room
Condair GS indoor installation
Condair GS RS
Indoor installation (room airindependent) Combustion air is supplied from outside
Condair GS outdoor installation
Condair GS OC
External installation with robust all-weather protection cover
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