The issue surrounding bad indoor climate in schools and institutions has been in focus before, but the results of the experiment has brought the debate back - a debate Airmaster would like to participate in to, once again, create increased focus:
" We can only sound the alarm, but it requires our politicians to listen, and subsequently act. We want to help push the process, and therefore we do not want to shy away from engaging in the political dialogue.”
Decentralized ventilation units tailored to schools and institutions
For more than 30 years, Airmaster has developed and produced decentralized ventilation units tailored to schools and institutions in Denmark, Scandinavia and Europe.
“A large part of our customer segment is schools and institutions, and therefore we naturally believe that we are a real player in this debate. Our knowledge and focus is especially directed at that segment,” says Lasse Mikkelsen.
Airmaster’s units are stand-alone units that are available as wall-mounted and floor-standing units and are often placed close to an outer wall. This means that they supply fresh outdoor air directly to, for example, classrooms - and conversely, extract the used air out of the building. This way, the used air is not recycled, and you avoid energy loss by not having to transport the air through long ducts.