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Published Fri, Jun 9th 2017

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To improve the energy balance in buildings, many owners opt for improved insulation. Keeping that from leading to moisture buildup calls for smarter controlled ventilation solutions.

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June 1 2017 – United Kingdom. To improve the energy balance in buildings, many owners opt for improved insulation. Keeping that from leading to moisture buildup calls for smarter controlled ventilation solutions. To meet this need, ebm-papst is already working on high-efficiency fans for ventilation systems with waste heat recovery. Warm exhaust air is used to heat the cooler incoming air and keep energy losses to a minimum.

 
Whereas central ventilation systems that circulate air throughout a building via complex duct systems are often used in new construction, renovation of existing structures demands the use of decentralized solutions. Not only are they easier to retrofit, they also have other benefits. For example, each room can be individually ventilated, and smaller and quieter fans can be used.
 
In cooperation with ebm-papst, REHAU has developed a particularly elegant solution in which both the ventilation and waste heat recovery systems are completely integrated in the window frame. Nearly invisible to the residents. And perfect for the interior climate.

Find out more about the applications of ebm-papst ventilation and waste heat recovery systems by visiting their website.
We could tell you a lot more about our building ventilation. All you have to do is ask: Nikolai Lukin: +49 7938 81 7755
 
 

Contact information

Nikolai Lukin
ebm-papst UK Ltd
Chelmsford Business Park
Chelmsford
Essex
CM2 5EZ
+44 (0) 1245 468555
http://www.ebmpapst.co.uk/en/

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