At Airmaster we have 30 years of experience in providing high-quality indoor climate through decentralized ventilation. Decentralized ventilation differs from central ventilation by being installed directly into the room that needs ventilation, where you gain the ability to control the ventilation on a room-by-room basis, for example with the use of sensors or scheduling. This result in less ductwork and, thus, prevents energy loss during transportation and less energy use overall. In fact, Airmaster’s units have a heat recovery of more than 80%, which is one of the reasons why the CO2-emission is reduced with 52% with a decentralized solution, compared to a central solution!
Another important aspect of decentralized ventilation is its ability to be integrated into already existing buildings, which is vital for circular buildings. This also makes them ideal for renovation, supplementary ventilation and modular buildings. If the building eventually changes and is repurposed, the Airmaster units can be taken out or moved. At this point, the unit can be moved to another building or easily be dismantled, where many of the standard sized components can be reused or recycled.