Demand Control Ventilation (DCV)

Demand Control Ventilation (DCV)

DVC is an intelligent ventilation method that ensures good indoor air quality, saves energy and consists of sensors, controllers and ventilation fans. The sensors continuously measure and monitor indoor air quality and provide realtime feedback to the controller. The controller conveys the sensor information to the fans adjusting the rate according to what is happening in each room.

The extract fans, which are barely audible, are placed in the attic spaces or utility rooms and are connected via ducts to extract grills in the kitchen, bathrooms and utility room.  Air. Ones into the house through passive or humidity sensitive vents or window vents.

Picture2

What are the Benefits of DCV?

  • Low electrical running costs (from 0.27-0.5 W/l/s).
  • No need for filter changes.
  • Quiet operation.
  • Continuous demand driven extract ventilation.
  • No occupier interface required.
  • Humidity sensitive strips with 30 year guarantee.

DCV is not constrained by air tightness levels, so it is suitable for all house types and all ages, new builds and retrofits.

Scroll to Top