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A heat-recovery ventilation system efficiently combats these environmental nuisances while at the same time saving energy.
Traditional ventilation systems with ventilation grills on the window frames are a source of many environmental nuisances.
Noise - Pollution pollen – Insects...
Team Construct : Efficient ventilation and heat recovery
Team Construct : Energy savings
In modern buildings, up to 50 % of heating energy is lost when airing the rooms. A heat-recovery ventilation system can recover over 90% of the heat from the exhaust air and thus greatly reduce these losses.
Team Construct : Protection against dust and pollen
All the studies show that noise and pollution are at the top of the list of main environmental nuisances. These are going to become even worse in inhabited areas. Increasing numbers of people (including many children) suffer from allergies (currently about one person in three). Our ventilation system eliminates up to 95% of the pollen and dust that enters into the home.
Team Construct : Protection against noise pollution
The day-to-day noises remain outside, unlike grill-type ventilation systems that allow noise in from the outside. The ventilation system is almost silent in operation.
Team Construct : Summer cooling
Our central air units can be fitted with a by-pass. The temperature can then be gently lowered by a few degrees in Summer, while providing ventilation and protecting against pollution.
Team Construct : Mites
Mites are constant, invisible companions that are protected by the comfort of the modern home that provides the ideal conditions for their development. It is their faecal matter, their eggs and their corpses that, when inhaled, cause allergic symptoms. They are allergenic both dead and alive. Particularly present in bedding, they are responsible for allergic reactions especially in the morning and during the night-time, taking the form of rhinitis or asthma. They are also found elsewhere in the home: In carpets, mats, clothes, upholstered seats, etc. They feed on human squama (skin flakes).