ENING is engaged in design, installation, putting into operation, service and maintenance of ventilation installations for individual and business facilities, hospitals, hotels, educational, industrial and sports complexes.
Ventilation systems, due to their capabilities and flexibility have become an integral part of every newly constructed facility, regardless of its purpose, structure or size. The primary function of a ventilator system is to “change” or replace air and thus provide higher indoor air quality.
There are two types of ventilation systems that can be used in facilities:
- Mechanical (artificial) ventilation
- Natural ventilation
Mechanical ventilation, in its system, has fans that provide air circulation, whereas, natural ventilation provides air exchange through openings in buildings using “physics of the building”, when the stale air leaks out the upper parts of the building and the replacement air leaks in the lower parts.
Depending on the needs of the facility, ventilation systems can extract indoor air (air saturated with: heat, humidity, smoke, odours, grease, dust …) as well as draw the replacement air into the space. These systems, apart from the air exchange, can also contain air conditioning and filtration systems.
The ventilation system intended for exchange of indoor air (dry ventilation), Ventilation system transports the air through its system of channels into the space and beyond it. Such systems are found in residential, commercial, educational, sports and all other facilities, where a large number of people are gathered. In these facilities, ventilation and air conditioning are often combined into one system.
Ventilation system is intended for grease vapour extraction (steam extraction system or a kitchen ventilation) and its purpose is to extract grease laden vapours, caused by thermal food processing.