Keep it fresh with trickle ventilation

18.09.2015
Blog Post
Trickle ventilation system

While the drive to improve the thermal efficiency of our buildings and windows in particular has resulted in reduced energy consumption, one unintended consequence of increased airtightness is a reduction in indoor air quality through the retention of internally generated pollutants.

One solution to this problem is putting in place a trickle ventilation, the primary purpose for which is to remove polluted indoor air from a building and replace it with fresher outside air. A background ventilation system such as Glazpart’s Slimline Vents can help provide a healthy indoor environment for occupants.

Glazpart’s range of small trickle ventilators is designed to deliver controllable whole room ventilation and, with no need for air bricks to be installed and no ongoing running costs, this can be done cheaply and easily.

Find out more about Glazparts LABC Registered Detail for its Slimline Vent 2000 and 4000 by visiting www.labc.co.uk/our-services/registered-details/ew482a-slimline-vent-2000-and-4000.

Update (March 2019): Registered Details is now known as LABC Assured.

 

Please Note: Every care was taken to ensure the information was correct at the time of publication. Any written guidance provided does not replace the user’s professional judgement. It is the responsibility of the dutyholder or person carrying out the work to ensure compliance with relevant building regulations or applicable technical standards.

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