FRESH AIR
WITH OPTI­MAL ENER­GY MANAGEMENT.

SMART ALL-ROUND SOLU­TI­ONS FOR CON­TROL­LING WIN­DOWS, AIR VENTS, TEM­PE­RA­TU­RE, AND ENER­GY CONSUMPTION. 

OPTI­MAL AIR QUA­LI­TY WITH NO DRAU­GHTS – AND NO NEED FOR YOU TO LIFT TO A FIN­GER. A POSI­TI­VE SIDE-EFFECT: THE­RE IS NO CHAN­CE OF MOULD FORMING WITH THIS APPROACH. 

Depen­ding on your requi­re­ments and the air qua­li­ty, win­dows can be ope­ned and clo­sed, or ven­ti­la­tors tog­gled. Along­side opti­mal ener­gy manage­ment, you lay a solid foun­da­ti­on for any low-ener­gy home and redu­ce CO2 con­sump­ti­on. You will be noti­fied of any win­dows, doors, or other ent­ries – for examp­le the gara­ge door – that remain open when you lea­ve the house or befo­re you go to bed. This gives you simul­ta­ne­ous con­trol over your security.

THE ADVAN­TA­GES AT A GLANCE: 
Smart air exchan­ge is par­ti­cu­lar­ly important in the case of new builds and recent­ly reno­va­ted buil­dings with thick insu­la­ti­on in the form of exter­nal ther­mal insu­la­ti­on and mul­ti­ple gla­zing. It is espe­cial­ly important that old air and abo­ve all, humi­di­ty, are spe­cial­ly fed into sepa­ra­te, well insu­la­ted buil­dings, as a way of pre­ven­ting mould build-up.
Smart ven­ti­la­ti­on tech­no­lo­gy signi­fi­cant­ly redu­ces your workload: This way, heat will remain in the buil­ding even on cold days. It sup­plies a feel-good atmo­s­phe­re using fresh air whenever someo­ne is at home – and saves ener­gy if ever­yo­ne is out. Manu­al ven­ti­la­ti­on con­trol is no lon­ger necessa­ry, sin­ce appro­pria­te ven­ti­la­ti­on is ensu­red at all times. If you still want to make adjus­t­ments, you can do this at any time: whe­ther on-site, in the adjoi­ning room, or on the go.
Smart ven­ti­la­ti­on con­trol means it is no lon­ger necessa­ry to open the win­dow: You always have fresh air – plus peace and quiet. The noi­se is kept outside.
Incre­a­singly important, and not just for all­er­gy suf­fe­rers: Ven­ti­la­ti­on tech­no­lo­gy pro­vi­des you with spe­cial fil­ters to keep out par­ti­cu­la­tes and flower pollen.
Most break-ins, par­ti­cu­lar­ly in sin­gle-fami­ly homes, are per­pe­tra­ted as a result of open win­dows and bal­co­ny or ter­race doors. Smart ven­ti­la­ti­on con­trol means you can keep your win­dows clo­sed: This auto­ma­ti­cal­ly crea­tes grea­ter security.
Stuffy, ‘sta­le’ air can cau­se hea­da­ches and have nega­ti­ve effects on your abi­li­ty to con­cen­tra­te, sleep, or gene­ral­ly feel your best.

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