A poor indoor climate has a lot of influence on our comfort and wellbeing. Research indicates that a poor indoor climate has a negative effect on our performance level of 5-10%. Children are affected even more. That’s why we need world class indoor climate.
Airmaster has developed the market’s most energy efficient and quiet decentralised ventilation solutions with heat recovery – ventilation solutions that can be used in all types of rooms and buildings.
Airmaster’s decentralised ventilation solutions keep the building’s energy consumption for ventilation to a minimum. Ventilation is only provided where and when it is needed. The intelligent, automatic control takes care of this. No energy is wasted for unnecessary ventilation. The ventilation units are demand-controlled, stand-alone units but can also function in networks and be integrated into a BMS system using Airmaster’s API, for example. The ventilation units use filters which ensure that clean air enters the room and filter the exhaust to protect the ventilation unit and thus its service life.
Airmaster has the market’s most energy efficient and quiet decentralised ventilation solutions with heat recovery – ventilation solutions that can be used in all types of rooms and buildings.
The flexibility of the Airmaster ventilation units makes it possible to adjust the installation to fit the architecture and design of the room. As you can see in the video, you have the choice of having the Airmaster ventilation unit fully visible under the ceiling, partly integrated into the ceiling – or even fully integrated above a diffuse ceiling.
The decentralised air handling unit is quick and easy to install, so the day-to-day use of a room does not need to be interrupted or disturbed for long. After just a few hours’ access to the room, the unit is installed and ready for operation.
Airmaster AM 1000 is available with various versions of wall, ceiling and side ducts, as well as combinations of these.
Easy change of filter in an Airmaster ventilation unit.
See how to change filter in an Airmaster ventilation-unit. Changing the filters on Airmaster ventilation units is necessary to maintain the units in the best possible condition. Very dirty filters will result in pressure loss, forcing the unit to work harder to provide the desired airflow – this is not energy efficient.
The fresh air is blown in at a relatively high speed and “clings” to the ceiling before slowly descending, which is known as the Coanda effect.
The Coanda effect “entrains” the air in the room, ensuring that the fresh air and the room air are mixed efficiently. The entrainment of the air in the room ensures uniform air quality in the room, while reducing the air velocity of the supply jet. This way, draughts in the occupied area are avoided.