What makes Home unique?

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    Patented grill that directs the air 90 degrees along the floor

    The unique aluminum grille angles the supply air 90 degrees along the floor surface, where the Coanda effect helps the air to settle as a thin film along the surface. Traditional air blows the air straight up, which mainly means that you get a mixed ventilation. Grills that direct the air straight up easily create problems with short circuit to the exhaust air, but problems can also occur if the devices are placed too close to radiators. Because Home supplies the air along the floor surface, the supply air from the device is not mixed with the heat from the radiator. If you want such a function, you can easily turn the grid.

    Home is protected by the majority of patent and patent applications and design protection.

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    Supply air devices with low noise levels

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    Energy savings when heated

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    Aesthetic and high quality construction

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    Adapted for installations in floors

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    Aesthetically appealing

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    For casting or floor installation

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    No need for reverse flow dampers

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How does Home work with radiators or underfloor heating?

Home works great both with radiators and underfloor heating. The temperature of an underfloor heating system often does not exceed 25 ° C, which means that it does not affect the flow of the supply air from the unit. The floor heats the air indirectly and thus it does not collide with a downward force from the ceiling (as is the case with ceiling-placed ventilation).

Since Home directs the air along the floor, the function of the supply air and radiator is separated and they can operate independently of each other. Therefore, it is excellent to combine Home with radiators.

Cold bars are often no problem with today’s modern windows, but if you experience problems with cold drafts, the grid can be turned against the wall and you can counteract the problem.

Most common question: What happens if there is a blocking object in front of Home?

Normally, the airflow from Home is not affected by objects placed on legs. However, objects with a base can block the airflow and thus affect the spreading image (but the ventilation function is still there). Home is advantageously placed under radiators or under window sections, where the placement of larger objects is usually avoided.

We recommend that you direct the air towards the room, but if have large glass sections or want a different air direction, you can easily change the direction of the grille.

How does Home work?

The supply air diffuser is used to supply cooling or heating in especially residentials and passive houses. For heat supply, the device can be supplemented with an electric heating battery. With this option, the resident can decide for himself what room temperature is desired in different parts of the apartment.

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Home is designed to create a thin horizontal airflow along the floor with the help of the Coanda effect, thus ensuring that the fresh air effectively reaches the living area. By working with the thermal forces from the heat sources, an energy-efficient indoor climate is created where fresh air is effectively supplied to the people in the room, while heated polluted air can rise in the room and be removed with the exhaust air system. This not only ensures that the best possible indoor climate is created, but also requires less resources compared to a traditional mixing ventilation system.

The patented aluminum grille, which is an extremely important part of the construction, allows the supply air to be directed 90 ° and settles as a thin film along the floor surface, instead of blowing straight up. In collaboration with the thermal forces from the heat sources, fresh air will be effectively supplied to the people and the polluted air is transported to the upper part of the room where the exhaust air is located. The air direction can easily be changed if necessary by rotating the grille 180 °.

Stratification of the air temperature in the room gives a greater difference between supply and exhaust air temperature, which means that a higher heating effect can be carried away with the same amount of air as for a mixing ventilation system. The result is simply a better thermal indoor climate.

Placement of Home

Home is mainly intended for installation in floors but can also be installed in the wall and ceiling (then the air should be directed to the wall). Usually, Home is placed below windows at the facade wall, but it can also be placed near a partition wall. Home is cast into concrete floor joists or alternatively screwed into floor joists or installed in installation floors.

Why should you supply the air via the floor when you build residentials?

From an energy point of view, it is always smart to distribute the air at floor level, which also results in a better indoor climate. By using the floor joists for installation, you can keep clean and free ceilings. A floor installation also makes it possible to combine draws of electricity, water and underfloor heating. It is also better from a fire point of view due to the spreading risk of fire and fire gases.

In residential you have relatively low airflows, so it is extra important to use the air properly and create a more efficient ventilation principle. By taking in the air via the floor, a stratified indoor climate and a more efficient ventilation principle is created that allows warm and used air to leave the room undisturbed via the exhaust air in the ceiling.

Dimensions & connections

Capacity- & adjustment diagram (k-factor per nozzle is 0.1)