Energy-efficient ventilation equipment integrated into windows
Working together with Bremen City University of Applied Sciences, ProVentecs is developing an automated manufacturing process to make prototypes of a filter heat exchanger with particularly small distances between the plates.
This compact design means that they can be fitted below a window sill in the window frame itself. The small distances in the filter heat exchanger permit the manufacture of stand-alone, pressure-resistant ventilation equipment integrated into windows. This means that a modern ventilation system can be fitted when existing buildings are renovated, without making additional holes in walls. The aim is a heat recovery rate of 85-90 per cent.
The project is financed with funding from the European Union and the State of Bremen – by the Senator for Climate Change Mitigation, Environment, Mobility, Urban Development and Housing Construction under the Applied Environmental Research funding programme.
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