Taking into account all the client’s wishes and the norms of air exchange for residential premises (in accordance with the state building standards), it was decided to implement a ventilation system using the following equipment:
– Supply and exhaust unit with heat recovery from the German manufacturer Maico
For easy exploitation and rational use of space, the Maico WS 320 KB was placed on a balcony which is integrated with a kitchen. On it we installed four sound attenuators and servo drives to regulate the supply/outtake of air. Air ducts provide air exchange in 3 zones of the apartment:
– 1st zone – living room, kitchen, duplex cabinet
– 2nd zone – master bedroom;
– 3rd zone – guest bedroom.
The supply and exhaust system provides air balance at the facility – it supplies clean and takes the exhaust air simultaneously and in the same volume of 320 m3/h. However, our engineers decided to use a ventilation system of the general exchange type for an even better implementation of air exchange in the house. It works in the following way: the supply of clean air is carried out to the distant points of the apartment, near the window; the exhaust air is carried out from the “dirty” zones – kitchen, bathrooms, dressing room. In all the bathrooms, the ventilation system provides an air rarefaction. Air ducts are installed with a minimum ceiling drop – 120 mm including thermal insulation.