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Article Date: 19th May 2017

Breathing Buildings Expands its Product Range to Broaden the Scope of Hybrid Ventilation Schemes

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Breathing Buildings has recently expanded its product range to include a suite of mechanical ventilation equipment to supplement its natural and hybrid ventilation products. Mechanical ventilation is necessary for certain applications, regardless of location and building type; for example, toilets should be mechanically ventilated even if the rest of the building uses a hybrid ventilation system. As a result of this exciting range of mechanical ventilation products which include heat recovery systems and in-line fans, Breathing Buildings is now able to offer a complete building ventilation solution for many buildings.

Mechanical ventilation may also be necessary in rooms where there is no easy access for natural ventilation pathways, such as landlocked rooms which have no roof access. Further applications where mechanical ventilation may be the preferred solution include rooms which have a particularly noisy external environment or where the outside air is sufficiently dirty that filtration is required.
As with all projects, the Breathing Buildings team of consulting engineers are able to provide design support. Breathing Buildings has a wealth of dynamic thermal modelling expertise and their highly skilled consulting engineers are available to support the design effort for the full suite of Breathing Buildings equipment including the new mechanical range. The detailed modelling work demonstrates how the equipment proposed will ensure that spaces meet the ventilation requirements and comply with the relevant summertime overheating criteria. For information on which type of product to select the downloadable product data sheets are available by clicking here.

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