Commercial buildings with multiple living spaces can have varying requirements. Our experience and expertise in this field can give you the confidence that our units are the right fit for your project.
We Spend Over 90% Of Our Time Indoors
It’s estimated we spend over 90% of our time indoors. With ever increasing air and noise pollutants, the need for healthier indoor environments is now a priority. Occupants should have to be comfortable in their own home. Indoor Air Quality and thermal comfort plays a large role in achieving wellbeing in apartments, which can get stuffy if not correctly ventilated.
MVHR (Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery) systems are the ideal solution for apartment living. Units supply tempered air into habitable rooms, such as bedrooms and living spaces, whilst extracting moisture from wet areas, such as toilets, bathrooms and kitchens. These systems are suitable for individual apartments or a series of flats, creating warm, well ventilated living spaces.
There are lots of specific requirements when it comes to ventilating healthcare environments such as nursing homes. Building security and eliminating cold spots and draughts may mean that windows need to be kept closed – this is where mechanical ventilation becomes the solution.
Bedroom and personal living areas will benefit from extract ventilation. For a flexible solution, our XS range is available for either wall, duct, ceiling, window or wall installation. For a sleeker, more unobtrusive solution our Opus wall fan range is low noise but high performance for maximum occupant wellbeing. Within the healthcare sector, employers have an addition duty of care towards not only the occupants but also the staff, so adequate ventilation is a must
With the increase in student numbers comes a growing need for student accommodation. These types of properties can vary from specifically designed student blocks, to individual refurbished homes. Most student accommodation includes communal living areas, such as kitchens and lounges, as well as private areas, such as bedrooms and study spaces. Our UNI-X range of high performance Heat Recovery Units provide tempered air into living areas whilst extracting stale, moisture-laden air from wet areas. The range is suitable for ventilating up to a 12-bed cluster.
Communal toilets have a high traffic of people and need to have adequate ventilation to meet health and safety requirements. Twin Fans are standard practice in these spaces as they have the added benefit of being able to continue working in the event of one fan within the unit failing. We have a selection of Twin Fans to suit any application, from our smaller wall-mounted Opus Twin Fans to the larger duct-mounted Aire-Volve Twin Fan range.