BOREAS is manufactured by using components that are resistant to extreme operating conditions, are long lasting, and have world-class certifications.

BOREAS units operate seamlessly and without energy losses under critical climate conditions.

They offer 5th generation solutions with composite frames and Magnelis sheet metal panel alternatives.

It brings its hygiene properties to a comfort air handling unit with its easily cleaned rounded internal edges and corners which do not allow the accumulation of dirt.

It operates in indoor and outdoor environments, under all climate zones.


  • Residences
  • Shopping Centers
  • Hotels
  • Airports


  • Industrial facilities

Up to 85% Energy Recovery High efficiency energy recovery solutions meeting requirements of specifications.

  • Heat wheel
  • Run Around
  • Plate type
  • Heat pipe

To eliminate the problems experienced in the 3rd and 4th generation air handling units mentioned above, an innovative approach was applied in the design of BOREAS.

The frame structure is composed of box profiles that are made of composite material, thus achieving a lighter, thermal bridge free design, and superior mechanical properties.

The panel structure composed of frames that were manufactured from PVC profiles provide a thermal bridge free unit.

Thanks to the rounded angle seals used on the panel joints on inner walls, a structure that is easier to clean and that prevents dirt accumulation is achieved, regardless of the skill and experience of the installer.


Fans are used in air handling units to ensure the circulation of the sufficient amount of air depending on design conditions. They are divided into two groups, centrifugal and axial depending on their area of use.


Drain pans are manufactured from 1.2 mm stainless steel sheet as a standard. The pan’s double inclined design allows the water to accumulate in the corner.

The water is then drained with a drainage pipe and collective trap system. The rounded design of the edge connecting to the drainage pipe allows water to be drained 100% from the pan, keeping the pan dry at all times.

Heat Recovery

Heat recovery equipment is essential in designing air conditioning systems with minimum energy expenditure. Heat recovery systems are divided into two main groups as Recuperative and Regenerative Systems.


The Module is sized as 102 mm based on the standard filter dimensions according to EN 779. Filter by-pass leakage class is F9. This leads to: Lower internal pressure losses. Standard sizing.

The Automation System

The Boreas Automation System offers effective, flexible, and user-friendly solutions.
Since it is compatible with widely used communication protocols it can communicate with building management systems (BMS's) with various specifications.
Software customized for the air handling unit or process can be installed as needed, enabling full control over the system.

Power and Control Panel

The power and control panel is housed within the same casing at the Boreas air handling unit. All methods and applications during the project development and manufacturing of the panel are carried out in accordance with CE directives. In the power section, the equipment required for mains power supply and distribution are located. On the control section, there is the control which enables easy integration with existing BMS systems via open protocols such as KNX, Lon, Bacnet, and Modbus, as well as connection ports.


The BOREAS Air Handling Unit is Eurovent Certified as Mechanical Strength Class D1, Casing Air Leakage Class L1, Thermal Transmittance Class T2, Thermal Bridging Class TB1, and Filter Bypass Leakage Class F9 according to the results of tests performed in accordance with EN 1886.


In order to have its processes monitored and improvable within the scope of total quality approach, Boreas Clima was awarded with ISO 9001 certification in 2013.

CE Mark

As a result of tests performed in accordance with standards, the BOREAS Air Handling Unit was determined to be not harmful for human, animal and plant health and for the environment, and was awarded the CE Mark.


As a result of tests performed to VDI 6022 and DIN 1946-4 standards, the hygienic version of the Boreas Air Handling unit was found to be more than capable of meeting the requirements of both standards in terms of structural properties, as well as air leakage (L1) and thermal bridging (TB1).

The structural properties of the hygiene version bearing the code BRS-H include all requisite measures against corrosion in the interior and components as well as convenience of cleaning and the possibility of maintaining and monitoring cleanliness of the unit.

The BOREAS Air Handling Unit Selection Software is a Windows-based selection tool that meets Eurovent requirements, is capable of accessing database information over the Internet, has user friendly interfaces, provides full specification for the product, can select the products from various manufacturers of air handling unit components, can produce 3-D printouts in .dxf file format, can display the price of the product you have designed and selected, and can produce complete selection outputs as per Eurovent software requirements.