We speak of a controlled mechanical ventilation system with heat recovery to indicate a device capable of renewing the air in an environment, replacing it with cleaner air constantly, preventing mold and humidity and saving on heating costs. It serves to create a positive pressurization unit angle by putting in place many possible solutions. We are talking about a ventilation system within an industry that guarantees constant air exchange in the rooms with low energy expenditure, thanks to heat recovery.
A positive pressurization system is a tool used to help a worker or team of workers breathe better in the workplace. Over the past few decades, the surrounding fans of the technology have undergone massive development. Some common aspects of mechanical procedure, however, have not changed and these include parameters such as air pressure, flow and volume and the emission of each determined breath can be set by the operator. There is a mechanism from which the pressurization system emits clean air, and there are mechanisms that can help synchronize its mechanism with the air needed by workers to stay healthy. Mechanical ventilation control through these positive pressurization units are required to achieve the safety and effectiveness of workplace ventilation. Parameters of these devices? There are some key parameters that need to be carefully selected and reflected when making these devices, such as the pressure of the ventilated air flowing in and out of the lungs, the volume of breath captured in and out of the lungs, the flow rate of the air. Entered and the time it takes to be respiratory.
Why is controlled positive pressurization unit? First of all to avoid wasting the heat that is inside the air and therefore to recover the temperature that I paid for and that I would go to waste by opening the windows. Secondly, to have a clean air working environment. The advice is to choose a machine that is automatically managed, therefore that has sensors: at least one hygrometric sensor or even a CO2 sensor. The minimum must be to have a hygrometric sensor, because otherwise I would have to be continuously with the hygrometer to measure the percentage of humidity that is inside the structure and in the various rooms. And go to raise or lower the fan speed from time to time. The most advanced machines have these sensors, so before purchasing, make sure it has at least one or both of them.