Designing ventilation systems is a task that requires the designer to act on many levels and combine knowledge of all MEP installations.
In order to design a standard centralized mechanical ventilation system, the required fresh air streams that must be supplied to the rooms in accordance with local laws and standards must be specified. These flows are usually determined by a number of criteria, such as hygiene or heat gain coverage. After listing all required expenses and calculations of pressure losses in the installation, it is possible to select fans for the installation, most often in the form of air handling units. They purify the air thanks to sections with replaceable filters. The air handling units can also be equipped with heaters, coolers and humidifiers, which realize thermodynamic transformations (heating, cooling, humidifying, dehumidifying). The ventilation network must be balanced hydraulically by means of dampers and/or flow regulators, which is done on the basis of the results of pressure loss calculations and measurements directly on site after commissioning.
The ventilation designer must have extensive knowledge not only of local standards and regulations, but also of heating, cooling, noise and vibration protection.
We have extensive experience in designing ventilation systems. We are able to design ventilation in any facility. Our portfolio includes projects of ventilation systems for residential, office and hotel buildings, as well as for buildings with special applications, such as:
- ventilation in hospital facilities
- ventilation in the food industry
- ventilation of cleanrooms in the IT / semiconductors industry together with the neutralization of waste air by means of scrubbers
- smoke ventilation of high-rise buildings
- swimming pool ventilation