Options with decentralised ventilation

Simple planning and shorter installation process – can be implemented in stages

Decentralised ventilation is a great option, whether for renovation, extension or new-build projects. Space-wise, there is no need to allocate areas for technology rooms or ducting. Simple room-by-room installation without ducting allows ventilation to be installed in stages, a few rooms at a time – there is no need to empty the entire building during installation. This makes planning simpler and the installation process far shorter as it can be carried out in stages.

The entire building may not require improvement of its indoor climate. If, for example, the indoor climate is only a problem in a few rooms, decentralised ventilation is quick and easy to install.

Naturally, it is possible to install decentralised ventilation throughout the building, but there are also unique situations where we often see decentralised ventilation chosen as the optimal or only solution.

If, for example, there are rooms requiring ventilation in different parts of a building, installing ducts will be too extensive and expensive. It could also be an extension where it is not possible to extend the existing ventilation system. Or there may be constructional features in the building that make decentralised ventilation systems the best solution.

Examples where it makes sense to consider decentralised ventilation

Ventilation in just a few rooms

In a larger building where ventilation is only to be installed in a few rooms located in different parts of that building.

In a larger building where ventilation is only to be installed in a few rooms located in different parts of that building.

 

 

Ventilation in a building with a flat roof

Flat-roofed buildings can present certain challenges in terms of where to position ducts for centralised ventilation. Decentralised ventilation is therefore an obvious option.

Flat-roofed buildings can present certain challenges in terms of where to position ducts for centralised ventilation. Decentralised ventilation is therefore an obvious option.

Ventilation in an extension

In an extension where the existing ventilation system cannot be extended.

In an extension where the existing ventilation system cannot be extended.

 

 

Ventilation throughout the building

Airmaster decentralised ventilation also does the job when ventilation is required throughout the building, whether it is a renovation of an existing building or a new building. Architectural requirements often come into play here – as does the overall economy.

Airmaster decentralised ventilation also does the job when ventilation is required throughout the building, whether it is a renovation of an existing building or a new building. Architectural requirements often come into play here – as does the overall economy.

Ready for a breath of fresh air

At Airmaster, we are “decentral” through and through. We are unrivalled when it comes to creating the best indoor climate and optimal well-being because we take each room and its occupants into account – and because we constantly strive to improve on what we do.

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