Installation-wise, there are also a host of possibilities: the unit can be visible or integrated in the ceiling.
Space-wise, there is no need to allocate areas for technology rooms or ducting. Conversion can take place in stages, e.g. one floor or just a few rooms at a time. This way, you avoid having to clear the entire building during a construction project.
Decentralised ventilation units are installed in the rooms where ventilation is required, so the units only serve the fire unit in the building in which they are installed. Decentralised ventilation units can generally be installed without fire partitions in the building being breached. No further measures in respect of fire and smoke protection are therefore required. This means no additional costs for installation, operation and servicing of automated fire protection, or for cleaning the ducting for that matter.
The decentralised ventilation unit is quick and easy to install. Access to the room for a few hours is all that is needed to install the unit, which is ready for operation immediately after installation. This simple installation makes for a great deal of flexibility, as the day-to-day use of a room does not have to be interrupted or disturbed for long. Installation costs are also kept to a minimum as a result.
Maintenance of the unit is minimal. All the unit’s components are of the highest quality, and general maintenance will, as a rule, consist solely of changing the filter 1–2 times a year.
An Airmaster ventilation unit is built for a long service life and requires minimal maintenance to achieve this long service life. However, as with anything else mechanical, there is certain maintenance we recommend. Partly to extend the life of the unit and partly to maintain the optimum indoor climate and minimal energy consumption throughout its lifetime.
To ensure our customers a positive experience with their ventilation units, including low operating costs and optimal indoor climate, we offer a range of services, both onsite and online.