Designing the right ventilation
The best way to breathe pollutant-free air and prevent the onset of respiratory diseases is to have an airtight building and the correct air change. This is clearly specified in ISO 17772-1:2017 that recommends using a specific Mechanical Ventilation system.
Ensuring optimum filtration
If the outside air is harmful, it must be filtered before you breathe it. The new ISO 16890 standard entered into force in August 2018. It establishes new and stricter global reference standards, classifying and defining the test procedures for air filters used in general ventilation systems.
Mechanical Controlled Ventilation
It is the most suitable system for removing moisture, mould and unpleasant smells from indoors, in addition to the range of allergens and contaminants released from furniture and chemical detergents. Environments with Mechanical Controlled Ventilation systems assure wellbeing, energy saving and unprecedented comfort.
Choosing a ductless system
The ductless (or single room) mechanical ventilation system is obtained by installing a single unit in each room of the residential dwelling. The best results are achieved by alternating dual-flow systems (living room and bedrooms) with single-flow units (bathroom and kitchen). This assures the correct air change and maximises filtration (F9 filter) levels.