As buildings are becoming more energy-efficient, the rates of natural ventilation are decreasing. A controlled mechanical ventilation system is therefore essential, as people spend more time indoors, and energy is reaching new record levels this year.

At this year Installer Show, Partel brings to the visitors, the LUNOS decentralised ventilation systems – quiet, highly efficient, heat recovery ventilation with state of art ec technology.

The latest range of highly efficient low-carbon solutions include LUNOS e2 60 and e go – ventilation with heat recovery, along with LUNOS ALD – exhaust air system.

The e260 is convincing in terms of volume flow and pressure stability for the same size. It is the first device of its type to achieve pressure stability class S1 according to EN 13141-8.

With very low power consumption and intelligent motor control, the e260 is extremely energy efficient and easily achieves energy efficiency class A+. The product won Plus X Award – the world’s largest innovation prize for new technologies, extraordinary design and intelligent, easy to use operating systems.

Learn more on how you can build optimum ventilated spaces for both commercial and residential construction using Partel’s smart and highly efficient decentralised ventilation systems at Installer Show, and get expert one-to-one technical advice -focused on a consultative approach and cost-effective solutions, by speaking to Partel experts.

Visit the Partel stand as part of the Wates Group Innovation ZONE!

To book your place to attend Installer SHOW please visit – Registration page.

To find more about Partel low carbon solutions, please visit: https://www.partel.co.uk/lunos-decentralised-ventilation-systems

Partel, is a leading developer and supplier of high-performance systems and materials for the low-energy building sector. They combine their knowledge in architecture and engineering with technical expertise and a unique building physics approach to build up bespoke solutions for every specific project. With a presence in the UK, Ireland, Eastern Europe, and the US, they make the built environment more energy-efficient, safer, and healthier, by providing the industry with smart sustainable solutions for air and wind tightness, thermal bridging, air sealing, and ventilation.