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Speed variation and air renewal

December 18th, 2015 | 1 Comment | Posted in Energy Efficiency - building
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Michel, a french member of the community sent us this article, and we tought it was interesting for you to read it and give your impressions.

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Inserted into ventilation and air renewal systems in the buildings, the speed variator can deliver the right air flow in real time. Some considerable assets in terms of energy performance and maintenance equipments.

In addition to the use of electric motors at high-yield, the speed variator contribute to the reducing of energy consumption. Concerning the business buildings – service sector ones, and also the industrial buildings, two main categories of application are targeted. First, ventilation and then, domestic water pumping, notably in tall buildings or skyscrapers.

The effective management of the source of new air room by room, requires the setting up of a speed variator. Photo Credits : ATLANTIC.


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