Air to every corner
The simple way to an ideal room climate
Every house consists of three different atmospheric areas:
- An aeration area, where the fresh air flows in as quiet as possible and without a draught.
- An overflow area where the intake air and the outlet air areas connect with each other. Typical example: The door with door grates and slits.
- An extracted air area where larger amounts of air can be exchanged. Humidity and vaporous air from cooking are derived from this area. Kitchens, bathrooms, bathrooms without windows and utility rooms that lie inside buildings require ventilators.