• June 14, 2024

Increasingly tighter windows, advanced heating systems, insulated buildings, air conditioning are, on the one hand, a great progress and convenience, on the other hand, struggling with dry air or, on the contrary, moisture, mustiness, fungus, condensing steam (especially in the bathroom, kitchen), etc. I don't think anyone needs to be explained how important it is to ventilate rooms systematically.

What are air vents?

Window ventilators (also known as window ventilators) can be extremely helpful in fighting this problem. They play a very important role in the proper circulation of air inside the room, through a constant and controlled supply of fresh air from outside. Ventilators do not require additional opening of windows or microventilation. They work even when windows are tightly closed. It's very important when we live in a noisy location. Ventilators ensure air circulation in the room, but do not allow "noise to get in". They operate automatically, do not require any power supply. At the same time, they do not cool down the room like an open window, microventilation or leaks.

Where are the diffusers installed?

Mounting ventilators is the simplest and cheapest way to bring fresh air into the room. Ventilators are used in rooms where we deal with gravitational, hybrid or mechanical exhaust ventilation. The most often such solutions are used in the case of kitchens, dining rooms, rooms, living rooms, bedrooms or office rooms. It is best to decide to install the ventilators gradually, starting from one room. If the installation of such a system in one room does not work and the air flow is still insufficient in our opinion, then we can decide to use similar systems in other rooms.

Operating principle of diffusers

The principle of operation of ventilators is simple. Outdoor air enters the rooms through diffusers. First it passes through the so-called clean rooms (therefore it is recommended to use ventilators first in rooms), then it passes through technical rooms such as kitchens, toilets, from where it escapes to the outside through exhaust grilles.

There are two basic types of ventilators:

  1. manually controlled ventilators - the user regulates the amount of incoming air by moving the shutter; including a complete blockage of the air flow,
  2. humidity controlled ventilators - new generation ventilators controlled automatically; the air flow rate depends on the level of humidity inside the room,

Why is it worth investing in ventilators?

Ventilators allow to eliminate negative consequences resulting from inadequate air circulation, such as: moisture, water vapour, mould or fungus condensing on glass or tiles, airborne toxins emitted by paints, adhesives, resins, etc., oxygen deficiency. Ventilation ensures controlled fresh air supply from the outside and optimal circulation.