How does domestic ventilation work?
AIR IS OUR MOST IMPORTANT NATURAL RESOURCE
The air quality in interior spaces is paramount to our health. We spend about two thirds of our time indoors. Healthy, fresh air should be as natural for us as clean drinking water. The quality of the room air depends on the outdoor air supplied and on the pollutants as well as contaminations within the building. Possible consequences of a poor air quality: fatigue, reduced concentration, headaches and colds.
A HEALTHY AND COMFORTABLE LIVING CLIMATE
Our ventilation systems provide for a healthy and comfortable room climate without draughts. Carbon dioxide and pollutants are discharged. The principle is quite simple: the used, moist air goes out – the fresh, filtered air comes in. Highly efficient heat exchangers help us recover the heat from the extract air. Energy- and cost-saving.
The new demands with regard to residential and work buildings are also changing the requirements posed to housing technology. The systems must be highly functional, energy-efficient, economical, environmentally friendly, space-saving, cost-effective and easy to install.
Our passive house-certified compact ventilation units achieve top scores with maximum possible heat provision levels. Our active air humidification unit ensures a constant and optimum air humidity level in living spaces throughout the year. Cosiness and increased living comfort.