Ensures that the fresh air, cooling and heating are provided where they are needed, directly in the occupied area. Energy savings of 20–60% compared to mixing ventilation.
Lower levels of carbon dioxide, particles and airborne pollutants can be achieved in the occupied area with stratified ventilation, which creates vertical air transportation from the people in the room to the extract air.
Maximus streams the airflow along the floor and creates an adhesion (Coanda effect), which allows the warm air to stay in the occupied area longer. This leads to increased ventilation effectiveness and an improved indoor climate. The way conventional floor diffusers operate, directing the air up towards the ceiling, increases the risk of a short circuit to the extract air and low ventilation efficiency.
Maximus can be supplemented with InventiAir’s MinMax damper for presence-dependent regulation.
The device is designed to be installed in raised floors or embedded in precast reinforced concrete slabs. The advantage of this type of construction method is that all the installations are embedded in the structural floor.
The air flow is directed into the room or up the wall.
The unique and protected aluminium grille directs the air 90 degrees along the floor and creates a ‘rolling’ thin air film.
The concealed installation in the floor leaves only the aesthetically pleasing grille visible.
Maximus is a ducted floor unit that can be supplied with a heating coil as an option. The product is intended for installation in office environments and can replace conventional floor diffusers, convectors and room units.
The integrated coil allows for individual control of heating and cooling. The air is fed, draught-free, into the room, through the patented grille. The shape of the aluminium profiles directs the air 90 degrees to flow along the floor. This air flow optimises the air distribution into the room and to the people in the room. The unit also boasts lower energy consumption than traditional grilles, which direct the air and energy straight up toward the ceiling.
Maximus’s patented and unique design, with InventiAir technology, provides the room with ventilation via a highly compact integrated installation without induction of room air. Maximus is designed to use a high impulse that creates a thin stream of air along the floor, taking authority over the heat sources in the room. In conjunction with the thermal driving forces from the heat sources, the fresh air is efficiently supplied to the people in the room and the used air is gathered the upper part of the room outside the occupied area, from where it can be removed via the extract air.
Stratification of the air temperature in the room leads to a greater difference between the supply air temperature and the extract air temperature, which makes it possible to move a greater heat output than with the same amount of air in a mixing ventilation system. Quite simply, the result is a better thermal indoor climate.
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