People feel better if we have clean air to breathe. We become more effective and perform better, whether it is work, in school, or at home.
Also, since the number of sick days taken also decreases with increasing air flows (as several studies have shown), it should be a given for everyone to demand good air quality in all our surroundings.
A good ventilation solution brings fresh air indoors. To be truly effective, the ventilation solution must of course be adapted to the building. It should also be:
- Appropriate i.e the solution should fit the building in which it is installed and that the chosen solution should meet the requirements put on it.
- Reliable i.e that the solution chosen works, as intended, for a long time. Normal maintenance is needed for all technical solutions, including ventilation.
- Resource-conserving i.e the ventilation system does not waste energy. It should be cost-effective in every respect.
It is also important that the requirements on our indoor environment are specified in an adequate way. Ventilation air must also be filtered so that it is clean air. A technically correct ventilation plant enables us to maintain a greater air flow for the optimum energy consumption. It should have the correct controls to suit e.g. based on occupancy or activity. And foremost, the design and installation should be properly considered for each specific project.
A balanced Mechanical Ventilation system with Heat Recovery (MVHR) is an ideal solution for commercial premises, providing the necessary ventilation requirement, fresh air, comfort and energy savings.