BAHIA CURVE Non-residential

BAHIA CURVE Non-residential

The BAHIA CURVE Commercial humidity-controlled terminal for the non-residential market ensures sufficient and constant extraction of indoor pollution according to the humidity level in the room.
BAHIA CURVE Non-residential
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BAHIA CURVE Non-residential
BAHIA CURVE Commercial terminals are humidity-controlled and automatically adjust airflow according to humidity levels in the rooms of commercial buildings.
BAHIA CURVE Non-residential

The + products

  • Unique no-grille design conserves the aesthetic character of the terminal even if it is clogged,
  • Roll-In seal,
  • simple to clean,
  • single reference for battery-powered or 230 V mains power.
  • easy to install.

In a humidity-controlled CMEV system, the airflow is automatically controlled according to the humidity level in rooms and therefore based on the actual ventilation needs of the building.

  • versions and accessories to meet all installation needs,
  • easy maintenance: control sub-assembly quick to clip on and unclip, easy to clean without being removed from the wall thanks to its removable Bahia Curve casing,
  • pressure range: 80 - 160 Pa.
  • BAHIA CURVE Commercial must be installed in humid rooms or equipment rooms: bathrooms, WC, cellar, etc.
  • the terminal must be located at the top of a vertical wall or on the ceiling at least 1.80 m from the floor,
  • the terminal must be accessible and removable with a distance of at least 20 cm between the centre of the terminal and the adjacent walls and not glued to the duct, the air tightness of the terminal - duct connection must be optimal.
  • the air tightness of the terminal - duct connection must be optimal. This is achieved with O-ring seals and reinforced with a sleeve. A sheet metal sleeve is used for multi-occupancy housing (stainless steel sleeve required for a gas CMEV system). A plastic sleeve may be used for individual houses. The sleeves are slotted directly into: a sleeve, RT Flex, rigid or semi-rigid ducts. The airtight seal is created with O-ring seals and reinforced with a sleeve,
  • versions with shaft D 80 mm, slots into sleeves, rigid and semi-rigid ducts,
  • shaftless versions: clipped on Ø D 125 mm shaft (Roll-In seal), Ø 116 mm shaft (Roll-In seal) or Ø 100 mm shaft (foam seal),
  • If cord-operated grilles are installed in the ceiling or above a piece of furniture, use a cord return system (code 11015001).
  • Note: For humidity-controlled terminals with electrical controls, a 9V alkaline battery type 6LR61 is required as well as a conventional push button (code 11026011),
  • Humidity-controlled terminals operate within the 80-160 Pa pressure range,
  • Extract terminals must be maintained and checked at least once a year. Never connect a mechanical extractor hood to the CMEV network (article 14 of Decision of 24 March 1982),
  • Before replacing an old terminal with a new one, measure the pressure and identify the type of dwelling,
  • QB-certified  :  Humidity-controlled exhaust terminals
  • Identification no. QB37  :  05/02-CHY3-2185
  • Technical Opinion no.  :  14.5/17-2267
  • ESC data sheet no. 1  :  BAR-TH-127

Products and accessories references


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  • BAHIA CURVE Installation instructions
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  • BAHIA CURVE Notice of maintenance
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