Position in relation to the geometry of the room
In order to enjoy the full benefit of Airmaster’s decentralised ventilation units, it is important to position them correctly in relation to the layout and geometry of the room.
There are many factors that affect the indoor climate. Ventilation is instrumental in creating a good indoor climate as it has an effect on both the thermal and atmospheric conditions as well as the acoustics in the room. But just as it is important to choose the right ventilation unit for the purpose and capacity, proper installation, adjustment and maintenance are crucial, too.
We can help you throughout the process to ensure that you get the proper planning and installation – and, not least, that users are happy.
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Ventilation projects, be they renovations, extensions or new builds, can benefit from the choice of a decentralised ventilation solution from Airmaster.
Airmaster decentralised ventilation gives you the option of installing ventilation in small stages, in buildings posing special challenges, or throughout entire buildings
To provide the ventilation needed to contribute to the best possible indoor climate, it is important that the ventilation unit is correctly dimensioned in relation to the size, occupancy and usage pattern of the room. The airflow to which the unit should be dimensioned is based on current legislation and best practice.
Please feel free to contact Airmaster for advice and guidance. You can also make use of our online “ventilation calculator” tool to find out which ventilation unit(s) we would recommend for your building project.
Using our ventilation calculator, you can find out which ventilation unit(s) we would recommend for your project.
Temperature efficiency is a measure of the efficiency of the ventilation unit’s heat recovery. High thermal efficiency means that the ventilation unit is able to raise the temperature of the supply air from the outdoor temperature to a level close to room temperature.
Airmaster’s ventilation units have a thermal efficiency of up to 85%, measured as dry efficiency according to European standard EN308, and up to 95% if condensation is factored in.
If you are interested in finding out more about the thermal efficiency of the ventilation units, this information can be found in the units’ data sheets, and you can calculate the energy consumption of the units using the energy calculator.
Using the “energy calculator”, you can calculate the annual energy consumption of the Airmaster ventilation unit