Ventilation

In modern buildings we can no longer rely on natural ventilation to provide a fresh atmosphere. Modern structures are now tightly sealed to avoid heat loss. The lack of natural openings within modern buildings reduces natural ventilation. To make matters worse buildings are now more heavily populated, and feature the wide use of electronic equipment within.

The problems encountered with lack of ventilation can be...

  • Condensation build up within buildings causing mould and mildew growth
  • Health problems due to lack of fresh air and recirculation of airborne bacteria
  • A combination of the above and other factors known as "sick building syndrome"

"Sick building syndrome" is a theoretical term given to a building that suffers ill health of  the occupants.The problem may be linked (but never scientifically proven) to Low humidity levels, High levels of dust. pollen and bacterial spores, inhalation of ozone produced by photo copiers etc. All problems can be eased by correct ventilation...

A range of ventilation systems can be designed and installed to comply with modern building regulations and eliminate problems that are associated with poor ventilation...

Heat Recovery Ventilation

These systems have the ability to recover room heat whilst providing ventilation.
Please select HEAT RECOVERY VENTILATION for MORE INFO...

Air Handling Systems

Fully integrated air handling systems can provide both ventilation and air conditioning.
Please select AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS for more info...

Ductwork

All types of ductwork can be designed and installed to suit the HVAC application.
Please select DUCTWORK for more info...