Where to place ventilation according to room geometry

In order to enjoy the full benefit of Airmaster’s decentralised ventilation units, it is important to choose the right unit and position it correctly in relation to the layout and geometry of the room. Choosing the wrong ventilation unit or installing it in the wrong place may also result in draughts. 

Decentralised ventilation in a long, narrow room

In a long, narrow room where the throw is too short longitudinally, yet too long laterally, two smaller units with a shorter throw can be used. 

Decentralised ventilation in a room with a high ceiling

In a room with a high or sloping ceiling, the unit should be mounted as high up as possible.

Avoid blocking the supply air

In order to achieve the most efficient supply, objects such as light fixtures should not be fitted in the ceiling. Light fixtures should be lowered to allow the supply air to flow freely around the room.

If there are beams in the ceiling that can block the air flow, you can either choose a floor-standing unit that ventilates according to the displacement principle (AM 900) or position a wall-hung unit so that it ventilates along the beams.

Workstations close to a ventilation unit

In areas where people will be physically close to a unit, it is important to use wall-hung or floor-standing models according to the mixed ventilation principle to prevent them from experiencing draughts.

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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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