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Building Ventilation

Energy efficiency and increased heating comfort has resulted in modern buildings being more airtight than previous building constructions.

Airtight buildings have reduced uncontrolled ventilation, without this being sufficiently compensated through controlled ventilation. A solution is installing ventilation plants that meet the required airflow rate, reliability, comfort, energy efficiency, and usability in existing and future buildings.

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Well-functioning ventilation systems require proper design and adjustment. Therefore, proper knowledge of measurement techniques, the proportional method, and the design and management of facilities is essential for a good result.

SINTEF has offered research-based training in this field since 1976.