A ventilation unit is a device that replaces the stale air inside your residential or commercial space and recirculates it with fresh outdoor air.  Trosten supplies Eurovent certified ventilation units that exhaust dust, humidity and bacteria from industrial establishments and can be customized as per the specifications provided by the customers.

Here are the main stages of installation of a ventilation unit.

Step 1: Valve positioning

You need to fix the location for your ventilation unit and where the valves should be placed. Exhaust valves should be placed directly over the heat source and air valves in offices or living spaces can be placed close to the windows and ideally over a radiator.

Step 2: Inserting your ducts and sound dampers

To insert your duct, a circle must be drawn around the edge of your duct and holes must be cut for your duct. Using drywall, you can cut out the circle and insert the vent pipe through the hole. The plan should also indicate how the valves are connected to the ventilation unit through the main ducts and branch ducts. To avoid noise disturbances, the sound damper should be mounted on the ventilation unit and should be mounted before the supply and exhaust air valves to avoid the transfer of sound between rooms via the ventilation ducts.

Step 3:  Attaching the transition duct pipe

Attach the transition duct pipe to the ventilation unit and allow enough space for the damper flap to operate freely. Lift the exhaust fan into the place you want it to be installed and attach it to the wall.

Step 4: Discharge of exhaust

A roof cap vent is used to discharge the exhaust and the dimensions of the roof cap vent must be at least as large as the air intake and exhaust ducts. The connector ducts should be attached to the wall cap and inserted through the outside wall hole. Installing a ventilation system can expel allergy-aggravating pollutants that can easily get trapped indoors. They also reduce heating and cooling costs as they regulate humidity levels and keep it in check.

Trosten offers premium quality ventilation units as per industry-set standards. These units boost energy efficiency and air quality of indoor spaces that may get stuffy and polluted. Installing a ventilation unit needs to be done after careful measurements of duct size and connections. If you need professional assistance with installing a ventilation unit, get in touch with our expert team at Trosten.


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