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Ventilation

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Products from the ventilation range allow rooms to be efficiently ventilated, if required, and ensure that moisture occurring in living areas is reliably discharged. Natural air exchange often no longer takes place, particularly in modern, thermally insulated houses where great emphasis is placed on an air-tight building envelope, and windows and doors that close in such a way that they are air-tight. Fans that are tailored to the respective application could help solve this.

Ventilate automatically with controlled living room ventilation

Products from the Controlled living area ventilation range, allow for used air to be automatically exchanged in flats and houses. Centralised and decentralised living area ventilation systems can be used in this regard. The centralised version is ideally suited to new builds, as supply and waste air lines need to be laid for all rooms in the flat or house. A heat recovery system contains some controlled living area ventilation systems which ensure that the air exchange is extremely energy-efficient.

Discharging air from interior rooms with appropriate small room fans

Small room fans allow for effective air discharge from small rooms. They are often used to discharge damp or used air from bathrooms, guest toilet or other interior rooms. In this regard, used air can be directly conveyed through a suitable opening in the wall or discharged via a ventilation pipe.

Appropriate pipes and ducts for any purpose

Waste air that is produced in rooms can be conveyed outdoors via ventilation and various Pipe and duct systems, where the air outlet can be fitted with an appropriate ventilation hood or a weather protection grille. There are various plastic Round pipe systems and Flat pipe systems available in this respect, which can be installed using a flat ventilation duct and waste air pipe, even in tight spaces. Flexible ventilation pipes are really adaptable, and can be easily laid in cavities or ceilings, for example. Insulated pipe systems have improved noise insulation and thermal insulation, which ensures that air inside the pipe cannot cool down quickly. Numerous waste air pipes, plastic flat ducts and appropriate junction pieces can also be found in the Helios ventilation shop, as well as various other products from the ventilation and ventilation accessory ranges from the traditional manufacturer based in Baden-Württemberg.

Flush-mounted fans - The elegant solution

Flush-mounted fans can, for the most part, inconspicuously blend in with the wall structure, however, this requires the appropriate structural conditions to be present. Depending on their design, they can be integrated into dry lined structures, they can even be installed in walls combined with appropriate ventilation housing for flush-mounted installation. This waste air solution looks especially elegant in living areas such as bathrooms. Its flat cover plate means that a flush mounted fan like this is barely noticeable in most cases, but ensures quick and effective used or damp air discharge with its high waste air capacity. In this respect, a roof hood for the ventilation and flush mounting system can ensure waste air ventilation.

Over roof ventilation using roof fans

Roof fans are installed on building roofs, directly above the waste air shaft or above a waste air line. They are used to ventilate rooms that are connected to the respective exhaust shaft or to the appropriate pipe system. In this case, the complete fan unit with the motor and electrical connection is over the roof. The roof fan is usually fixed over its base plate, which is provided with appropriate holes for this purpose. An appropriate flat roof socket is often used for mounting a roof fan on a flat roof to effectively prevent potential water or snow ingress into the air shaft.

Pipe fans - Compact problem solvers

Pipe fans are compact fans that are built straight into a pipeline or connected to flexible lines. In this case, a distinction must be drawn between pipe fans and slot-in pipe ventilators. A slot-in pipe ventilator is pushed into a pipe, although it can only be used in horizontal or vertical pipes, depending on its design. The slot-in pipe ventilator can act as a ventilation or venting system, depending on its direction of installation. On the other hand, pipe fans with a high extracted volume have their own housing, which has connection nozzles for the supply air and waste air line.

Ventilation boxes - when the noise level really matters

For instance, Ventilation boxes can be used when the noise insulation has to be done right. Ventilation box usually has a housing made of galvanised steel, which can also be double-walled, depending on its design, and can also be soundproofed and heat insulated using insulation panels. It is normally connected via built-in connection nozzles and with appropriate round pipes.

Air exchange through a wall opening with wall fans

Wall fans are used to ventilate or deaerate rooms through a wall opening. To this end, they are attached to the respective wall in front of the appropriate opening using their built-in wall plate and then connected up. Wall fans are frequently used in industry, production facilities or other commercial premises where large quantities of air need to be discharged through an opening in the wall.
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