Ventilation provides for air exchange. In addition to the supply and removal of fresh air, ventilation also encompasses the circulation of air within a building. Ventilating a building can affect the indoor temperature and the replenishment of oxygen, while also removing moisture, unpleasant odours and gases that occur when the air is heavily polluted. The ventilation technology used by Hellebrekers provides maximum comfort at minimum energy costs. One reason for this is that we use air speed to create air gaps in places where cold would otherwise enter the room. For us, ventilation goes hand in hand with insulation.
The purpose of a heating system is to control the supply of heat and maintain a certain indoor temperature. Heating a building creates dry air that helps avoid condensation, for example, in sports facilities. In its markets, Hellebrekers leads the way developing and applying energy-efficient and environmentally friendly heating techniques. For more information, please head to our specialism page on ‘Sustainable Heat.’