Controlled room ventilation: innovative solutions for your indoor climate
Our state-of-the-art Viessmann ventilation systems are characterized by high energy efficiency. A powerful heat exchanger ensures that up to 98 percent of the heat is recovered from the exhaust air to heat the incoming fresh air. Find out more about the innovative Viessmann ventilation systems and discover the unique benefits of central ventilation systems that optimize the indoor climate.
Good reasons for a ventilation system
A ventilation system not only fulfills the basic function of air exchange, but also offers the following advantages, for example:
- Maintaining air quality: The continuous supply of fresh air and the simultaneous removal of stale air and pollutants maintains a balanced and healthy atmosphere indoors.
- Removes odors and germs: Continuous air exchange removes unpleasant odors and pollutants. The integrated filters also ensure that dust and pollen are kept outside.
- Energy efficiency: Modern ventilation systems help to increase living comfort and reduce energy consumption. This conserves resources and reduces operating costs.
- Protection against moisture damage and mold growth: Controlled ventilation continuously removes moisture, reducing the risk of moisture damage and mold growth. Our systems ensure that the humidity remains at an optimum level.
Mechanical vs. natural ventilation
We differentiate between natural and mechanical ventilation. While natural ventilation works through forces such as pressure differences and thermal buoyancy, mechanical ventilation systems offer an efficient and reliable solution that works independently of external influences.
Centralized vs. decentralized systems
The choice between centralized and decentralized ventilation systems depends on the individual requirements of a building. Centralized systems supply the entire building with fresh air, while decentralized systems ventilate individual rooms in a targeted manner.
Heat recovery for efficient ventilation
Heat recovery is a particularly efficient technology in controlled home ventilation. This function enables the heat contained in the exhaust air to be used efficiently to heat the incoming fresh air. In this way, only minimal energy is lost and the incoming air is already brought to a comfortable temperature. As a result, less additional heating energy is required to maintain the room temperature. This leads to considerable savings in heating costs and helps to reduce energy costs.