An Airmaster consultant visited Spæncom to discuss their needs and to check out the physical conditions on site. Based on the client’s wishes and the size and usage pattern of the room, Airmaster dimensioned an AM 300 ventilation unit for the job.
The Danish Working Environment Authority’s requirements regarding noise emitted by technical installations have been more than met. Research and development in sound are very much in focus at Airmaster, which also involves sound attenuation from the outside. So, outside noise is attenuated to virtually nothing thanks to the unit’s sound insulation.
The ventilation unit was installed in just one day. The “plug-and-play” solution meant that it was not only quick and easy to install it, but unit was also ready for use immediately – as soon as it was connected to the power. “Operation air quality” was a straightforward project with fast implementation. There was no drawn-out design or installation period.
Airmaster’s ventilation units are based on the principle of balanced ventilation where the same volume of air is supplied to and exhausted from a room, without causing negative pressure or positive pressure in the room. An efficient heat exchanger converts the heat from the exhaust air into energy, which then heats the supply air. With heat recovery of around 85% and very low energy consumption, it is an extremely energy efficient solution for optimising the indoor climate in the office.
The supply temperature and operating times can be set on the control panel supplied, which is mounted on the wall. Morten occasionally checks how and when the units runs. “It’s been nice to be able to see actual readings of the air quality in the office, and to compare it to how it was. As I said before, I can really notice a difference in the quality of the air. On the other hand, I don’t notice the unit – there are no draughts and no noise, so even though it’s visible in the room, it’s very discreet. Visually, however, I think it’s a plus that it can be integrated into the ceiling, so it’s hidden away a little.”