Printing work ventilation

Printing work air is often burdened by adhesives, paints and lacquers, which can cause headaches and concentration problems. By ensuring continuous optimal working conditions we can maintain productivity. The ”waste heat” from the printing machines can be transformed into energy that can be used to heat the building during winter, and provide optimal working conditions during summer.

A proper rate of air exchange should already be observed at early planning stages – both in terms of energy, and in providing comfortable working conditions for the employees.

Suitable devices: Adsolair 56/58 | Adconair 76 | RewaTemp | Frecolair 14 

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