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FRESH AIR AND A GOOD INDOOR CLIMATE ARE IMPORTANT FOR OUR:


 HEALTH  PRODUCTIIT  LEARNING


International studies show that productivity and learning can be increased by 10-15% when the right air quality and temperature are present. Natural Ventilation is the economically attractive and sustainable solution for a good indoor climate. Analysis has shown a CO2 pared to traditional mechanical ventilation systems.


WindowMaster offers three different ventilation solutions, depending on the requirements of your project: NV Advance™


The advanced indoor climate solution for larger buildings with many indi- vidually controlled climate zones, based on both purely natural ventilation as well as hybrid ventilation - with advanced user interface software and logging of climatic data. The system can be fully integrated with other building management solutions.


NV Comfort™ The cost effective indoor climate solution for smaller projects, such as  zones, based on both purely natural ventilation as well as hybrid ventila- tion - with easy adjustment via touch-screen panel.


NV Solo™


The simple solution for ventilation of projects with a single climate con- trolled zone - based on pure Natural Ventilation.


WindowMaster has been involved in over 1,000 projects with Natural and Hybrid Ventilation, and has built a strong competence and experience in 


For further information please contact us on: Tel. 01536 510990 info@ WindowMaster.co.uk www.WindowMaster.com


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