To guarantee optimum air quality and low electrical consumption, a CO2 sensor has been incorporated into each unit. This means that the units 'tailor' the ventilation, in other words adjust it according to the occupancy of the rooms. (Demand-controlled ventilation).
Since the heating is controlled via the Priva building control system, the ventilation units were also connected to this system.
The director, Jeroen Tolpe, can now control and manage all the technology in his building centrally, which is an enormous time saving for him.
Another advantage of the decentralised ventilation system is the simple and affordable maintenance: the technical service of the municipality only needs to replace the filters twice per school year.
As there are no ducts, these do not have to be cleaned by a specialist company – which is a very expensive business.