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Aereco, a solution for every ventilation technique

 

Choosing the appropriate ventilation technique is essential to attaining the performance objectives set for a project, whether in a renovation or in a new building.

The right technique depends on the targets (lower heating costs, better air quality, reduced running costs, simplicity of maintenance, etc.) but depends more specifically on the environment. This is particularly true of renovations, since the technique must be adapted to the existing architecture.

Discover here a selection of the commonest techniques that can be implemented with Aereco ventilation systems:

Heat recovery ventilation – MVHR

As the dwelling must be a place of peace and rest for the human, the mechanical ventilation with heat recovery (MVHR) has for key-mission to provide to the occupant a fresh air at every moment especially by using a room-by-room modulation based on the occupant needs. In addition, the supplied air is healthy and with good quality thanks to the filtration of fine particles, bacteria, pollen, spores and molds. Thanks to the MVHR, the occupant benefits from a maximum of comfort due to the reduction of the allergenic risks, in every season of the year!

Hybrid ventilation

The Aereco’s Hybrid Ventilation system is mainly used in residential buildings, with room-by-room demand control of airflows. This system conciliates energy performance and indoor air quality through an affordable solution, easy to implement in refurbishment notably. The Aereco’s Hybrid Ventilation system is a perfect solution for upgrading buildings formerly working in passive stack ventilation, through the installation of low pressure assistance fans supplying additional pressure to complement the stack effect.

By proposing a humidity controlled air supply in the dry rooms and a humidity or presence -notably- control of the air exhaust in the wet rooms, this system offers a very smart management of airflows in all rooms.

The Hybrid Ventilation system is dedicated to offices, schools or multi-family buildings. With its very low need for maintenance, it is particularly suitable for social housing associations.

Mechanical exhaust ventilation – MEV – individual treatment

With the promise to deliver the designed airflows, the MEV system is the Aereco’s most popular solution, from social housing associations to private owners. By proposing a humidity controlled air supply in the dry rooms and a humidity or presence – notably – control of the air exhaust in the wet rooms, the MEV system offers a very smart management of airflows in all rooms.
This system conciliates energy performance and indoor air quality through a very affordable solution, easy to implement in the new built as well as in refurbishment.
This system can be used either individually, with one fan per dwelling (multi-family buildings or detached house) or in collective management (multi-family buildings) through a common centralised fan.

Mechanical exhaust ventilation – MEV – collective treatment

Aereco’s Mechanical Exhaust Ventilation system with room-by-room demand control of airflows is mainly used in Residential buildings, but it can also be installed on office or school buildings, notably. This system conciliates energy performance and indoor air quality through a very affordable solution, easy to implement in the new built as well as in refurbishment.
With the promise to deliver the designed airflows, the MEV system is the Aereco’s most popular solution, from social housing associations to private owners. By proposing a humidity controlled air supply in the dry rooms and a humidity or presence – notably – control of the air exhaust in the wet rooms, the MEV system offers a very smart management of airflows in all rooms.
This system can be used either in collective management (multi-family buildings) through a common centralised fan, or individually, with one fan per dwelling (multi-family buildings or detached house).

Mechanical exhaust ventilation with heat recovery – MEVHR

The MEV system with heat recovery enhances again the energy performance of the Aereco‘s Mechanical Exhaust Ventilation: by adapting the airflows according to the needs in the dwelling, the Aereco demand controlled system already reduces consequently the heat demand. Through recovering the heat air energy at the level of the exhaust fan, this system drastically reduces the energy load for the air renewal. The AWN fan with heat recovery is connected to a heat pump that can be used for water heating or air heating. The AWN range of fans offers two types of calorigen fluid: water + glycol or refrigerant.

Natural ventilation

The Aereco’s Natural or Passive Stack Ventilation (PSV) system used mainly in residential buildings, with room-by-room demand control of airflows. The Aereco’s Natural Ventilation system is a perfect solution for upgrading buildings formerly working in standard passive stack ventilation, by just replacing the inlets and exhaust grilles by smart components.
By proposing a humidity controlled air supply (in the dry rooms) and air exhaust (in the wet rooms), this system offers a very smart management of airflows in all rooms. The humidity controlled exhaust grilles also manage the stack effect, balancing the pressures and airflows along the duct column.
This Aereco’s system is especially dedicated to multi-family buildings. With its very low need for maintenance, it is particularly suitable for social housing associations.