Correct placing with regard to acoustic pressure

The position and initial adjustment of the ventilation unit have a major impact on how sound and air flows behave in a room. Correct positioning and adjustment therefore have a major impact on how the ventilation is experienced by the people in the room.

Correct positioning of Airmaster decentralised ventilation units in relation to sound pressure levels

Sound is also an important part of comfort ventilation, and it is a problem Airmaster has solved through dedicated product development. The development team includes an acoustic engineer, who only works with sound. Airmaster’s ventilation solutions are today characterised by their high capacity with very little noise.

However, the ability of ventilation units to supply a high air capacity with very little noise may be impaired by factors such as incorrect positioning in the room and incorrect settings.

Pictured below are some installation situations that can be used as guidelines for optimal installation, sound-wise.

In order to gain the maximum benefit from your AM unit, there are certain installation conditions you should be aware of.

These sketches can be used as a guideline and to assist with correct installation.

1. System mounted against the ceiling and wall

Sectional view

2. Unit mounted against the wall but away from the ceiling

Sectional view

 

The top plate is sound insulated, and visible pipes are insulated against condensation. 
The space between the unit and the ceiling can possibly be boxed in.

3. Unit hung on the ceiling, a short distance from the wall

Sectional view

The back plate is sound insulated, and visible pipes are insulated against condensation. 
The space between the unit and the wall can possibly be boxed in.

4. System mounted with a short distance from extract to the side wall

Top view

Additional calculations and measures may be expected.

Contact Airmaster.

5. System mounted with a further distance from extract to the side wall.

Top view

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