Fresh air for the residential and commercial sector
Domestic and Commercial Ventilation Systems
Did you know that studies have shown that a poor indoor climate can affect your employees’ productivity by as much as 15%? And that the number of errors made goes up as temperatures rise above 20 – 22°C or CO2 levels top 1000 ppm?
In offices with many staff, excessive room temperatures are often a problem. The heat is due to computers, electronics, lighting and people. Large glazed areas with abundant sunlight can further aggravate the situation. With a ventilation unit, you can replace the hot, heavy air with new, fresh air. This makes staff more productive and, above all, gives them greater well-being.
Ventilation removes the air pollution caused by people and machines and replaces it with new, fresh air. This gives a greater feeling of well-being, and, all things being equal, makes employees more productive. The number of errors made goes up as temperatures rise above 20 – 22°C.
A ventilation system allows for the circulation of fresh, clean air.
Reduces energy consumption by transferring moisture and heat between airflows.
Optimises the energy efficiency of indoor HVAC equipment by supplying conditioned air.
A humidifier maintains the conditioned space’s desired moisture level.
Air filtration ensures clean, healthy air by removing airborne pollutants, such as pollen and dust
About Ventilation Systems
What is a ducting system?
Heat, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) use ducts as a method for delivering and removing air. There are several types of airflows needed, including supply air, return air, and exhaust air. As well as delivering supply air, ducts often deliver ventilation air as well. A duct system is sometimes referred to as ductwork.
What is the purpose of ducting?
Air is removed and delivered through vents, heating systems, and air conditioning systems. Air is supplied, returned, and extracted. In addition to supplying air, ducts can deliver ventilation air as well.
How does a duct system work?
Your ductwork typically consists of two plenums. During HVAC operation, the supply plenum is filled with cooled or heated air, which is sent through the ductwork. The cooled or heated air enters a room and pushes the existing air into another set of ducts. This returned air is transferred to the return plenum by these ducts.
What is an extraction system?
A process where stale air is expelled from a room into the outside air is called extraction. Whenever ducting out through a wall is not possible, recirculation is used. The hood pulls in air, filters it, and purifies it, then pumps it back into the room
What does a kitchen extraction system use?
Different fumes from your kitchen are extracted using Kitchen Extraction Systems. Kitchen extraction systems also serve the purpose of controlling odours associated with cooking that may be unpleasant for neighbours. Cooking odours can be reduced by providing adequate ventilation and filtering systems.
What does a bathroom extraction system do?
A ceiling-mounted extract fan removes moisture and odours from the bathroom by sucking air from the room, passing it through ductwork, and expelling it through a roof or overhanging soffit. The fan works by pulling air up through a downward vent.
What is the purpose of a supply air system?
There may be some advantages to supply ventilation over-extract ventilation. In high-humidity climates or during high-humidity periods, they help control the air inside the house; more precisely, they allow outdoor air to be filtered (to remove dust and chemicals) or dehumidified.
How does supply and return air system work?
Air is blown into your home from supply vents. As air travels through your heating and cooling system, it goes through your ductwork and out your supply vents. In your home, return vents draw air from your rooms into your return ducts and back to your heating and cooling system.
Fresh and pure indoor air.
About Ventilation Systems
A ventilation system supplies fresh air to areas that aren’t naturally ventilated.
During any manufacturing process, extraction systems capture and remove fumes, dust and waste. Filtration separates the captured fumes, dust or waste from the air, preventing its release into the atmosphere.