Save energy without compromising the indoor climate
Naturally we want the rooms we use to be ventilated and fully climatized for the best comfort and health. However, in most rooms the level of activity varies over the day, which means we frequently ventilate empty rooms as if they were fully occupied. Research in e.g. schools show that the degree of occupation in different types of spaces is generally low, which means a system that adapts the ventilation and air conditioning according to the demand can save up to 80% of the fan energy and 40% of the heating and cooling energy. Furthermore, the system usually requires smaller ventilation units and chillers, which reduces investment costs. The same applies to many other types of premises, for example, offices, housing and hotels.