Intelligent ventilation and air distribution systems from Glen Dimplex Thermal Solutions.
Do you want to save on energy costs and also create a healthy indoor climate without mould or moisture? GDTS offers central and decentralised ventilation systems – with a whole host of benefits that will help you breathe easier. Designed to comply with the latest EnEV (German federal energy efficiency ordinance) requirements, which recommend a controlled domestic ventilation system, in combination with an insulated building envelope. Combined with a uniquely flexible air distribution system, which also has installers breathing a sigh of relief.
Fresh, healthy indoor air. Simply everywhere.
Central ventilation systems maintain a consistently high air quality in the entire house, using a single ventilation unit. The air exchange takes place via a pipe system. Ideal for new builds and complete renovations.
Simply efficient. Directly through the wall.
Decentralized ventilation systems are flexible and well suited for retrofit installation. The units are installed directly against the external wall of a room. Thanks to the simple installation, these solutions are also frequently used in new build houses.
Fast installation. Flexible distribution.
Air 56 is an air distribution system that is extremely easy and quick to install like a Lego system. With ventilation pipes that can be bent in all directions.
Which ventilation system is best for me?
Are you carrying out a renovation to improve energy consumption or constructing an energy-efficient new-build property? Central or decentralised ventilation?
Customised ventilation systems.
Plan your ventilation with GDTS.
We can help you choose the right system and support you with planning and commissioning on-site. For planning, we need details of the building, floor plans, as well as views and sectional drawings.
Use our > questionnaire on preparing a ventilation system for this purpose.
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The “sweating” house.
Mould is not uncommon, especially in buildings with retro-fitted façade insulation. Locations especially susceptible to mould are the corners of external walls, in which moisture condenses. Controlled room ventilation transports the moisture outside and prevents mould from occurring in the first place.
Advantages of controlled domestic ventilation.
- Future-proof against mould. Changing the air is not only hygienic, but also ensures that moisture is removed in a controlled way, thereby ensuring that the fabric of the building remains intact for a longer period.
- Efficient heat recovery. GDTS ventilation systems can use up to 90% of the exhaust air heat and achieve room temperature.
- On the safe side. Buildings with an insulated envelope are required to have a controlled domestic ventilation system – particularly in rented apartments.
- Ventilate and save energy. Opening your windows in sub-zero temperatures? It’s not necessary anymore.
- Ideal for allergy sufferers: Pollen, fine dust or soot particles remain outside thanks to the reliable F7 filter.
- Effective noise protection. Effective noise protection. Street noise and other audible intrusions have no chance, as your room will stay optimally ventilated day and night, with the windows closed.
Flexibility of use.
Do you want to use your central ventilation system to generate hot water at the same time, thereby extracting the maximum energy efficiency from your indoor air? Then it’s a good idea to use a ventilation unit with integrated domestic hot water heat pump.
State funding for GDTS ventilation systems.
Glen Dimplex Thermal Solutions helps you to receive maximum funding for your ventilation system. From planning and placing of the order, through to installation – our specialist technicians are always at your side.
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