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Why would my building need a ventilation system?

All modern buildings need a ventilation system.

A well-functioning system ensures air exchange in the premises.

A more pleasant environment for your employees.

Cost savings – modern solutions will save you money.

There are hazardous chemicals, smell, and dust in production buildings – it is necessary to ventilate.

If there is no ventilation, mould and fungi may develop on the structures of your building.

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Properly designed forced ventilation ensures a high-quality work and living environment

The ventilation system has a bigger impact on how we feel than we can imagine. Efficient ventilation systems ensure sufficient indoor ventilation, providing a sense of well-being and helping save on expenses.

Forus constructs and reconstructs ventilation systems. If necessary, we will manage the designing process and ensure proper maintenance.

We have the capability to perform very complex ventilation system construction works. There is no project which our team cannot undertake. Any construction project is new for us and we take into consideration the wishes of the customer and the peculiarities of the building in our work.

We issue a two-year post-construction warranty for our work pursuant to the law and the contract.

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Construction of ventilation systems – which buildings is it for?

  • Commercial and industrial buildings
  • Office buildings and warehouses
  • Accommodation establishments
  • Apartment buildings
  • Buildings for special purposes
  • Ventilation solutions for industrial kitchens
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Construction of a ventilation system – environment-friendly modern solutions

Ventilation equipment have become increasingly energy-efficient. Forus is a sustainability-focussed company and we think about our environmental footprint in the construction of the equipment and systems.

For example, in the case of ventilation systems, the SFP value or the specific fan power of the ventilators is prioritised increasingly. In principle, the SFP value shows how many kilowatts is consumed by the device for exchanging one cubic metre of air. The lower the value, the less electricity is consumed.

Ventilation equipment with heat recovery in which discharged air is used to heat the incoming fresh air are also gaining popularity. Dirty and clean air do not mix in this type of ventilation equipment.

Did you know that you can save 20–50% or even more on the utility bills, on average, by replacing your old ventilation system with a new one.

Mechanical ventilation and forced ventilation with heat recovery – how do they differ?

Mechanical supply and extraction ventilation

  • Ventilation of premises with the help of ventilators.
  • Clean pre-heated air or cooled air is directed into indoor premises and contaminated air is led out.
  • The air volumes can be adjusted and the system is equipped with efficient noise suppressors.

Supply and extraction ventilation with heat recovery

  • Consists of a ventilation aggregate with a heat exchanger, ventilation ducts, and the termination element thereof.
  • The purpose of the system is to ensure the return of the heat into the indoor premises. The heat extracted through the system is transferred to the incoming clean air.
  • The heat recovery rate of this system is up to 80%. This ensures energy savings. The system is more expensive to install than mechanical ventilation.

Mechanical ventilation and forced ventilation with heat recovery – how do they differ?

Mechanical supply and extraction ventilation

  • Ventilation of premises with the help of ventilators.
  • Clean pre-heated air or cooled air is directed into indoor premises and contaminated air is led out.
  • The air volumes can be adjusted and the system is equipped with efficient noise suppressors.

Supply and extraction ventilation with heat recovery

  • Consists of a ventilation aggregate with a heat exchanger, ventilation ducts, and the termination element thereof.
  • The purpose of the system is to ensure the return of the heat into the indoor premises. The heat extracted through the system is transferred to the incoming clean air.
  • The heat recovery rate of this system is up to 80%. This ensures energy savings. The system is more expensive to install than mechanical ventilation.

Construction of ventilation systems – why partner with Forus?

  • Extensive experience and professional team from the technical perspective.
  • Modern solutions.
  • We offer high-quality project management – from the beginning to the end.
  • We like technically complicated projects – there is nothing we cannot manage.
  • The capability to build any technical systems.
  • We also offer maintenance services – all from one partner.
  • We issue a two-year post-construction warranty for our work.

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