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The new air tightness class in ductwork - Aeroseal technology to seal leakages in new/retrofit ductwork and duct components - the foundation for highest energy efficiency in ventilation systems

Jörg Mez, 2018
Aeroseal | ductwork | tightness class (ATC) | energy-efficiency | cleanliness | comfort | IAQ
Bibliographic info: 39th AIVC Conference "Smart Ventilation for Buildings", Antibes Juan-Les-Pins, France, 18-19 September 2018
Languages: English Pages (count): 2

Aeroseal technology utilizes air laden with fine aerosol particles (2-20 μm) to pressurize a duct system, resulting in deposition of those particles at the leaks within that duct system. By reducing leakages of duct systems by 90% in average Aeroseal sealing technology allows reducing leakages to a standard better as air tightness class D or ATC 1 for a complete system. Aeroseal technology can be applied in new constructions as well as in existing systems to improve energy efficiency, cleanliness of ventilation systems, IAQ and comfort.


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