The AirOdor is a compact, space-saving device for controlled decentralized residential ventilation. Ideally, the inconspicuous tubular system is suitable for single-room ventilation. The warm, stale exhaust air passes over a ceramic heat exchanger, where it releases its energy. The fresh air flowing in afterwards absorbs this heat again and thus reaches the interior rooms at the correct temperature. Filters and unobtrusive cover plates provide allergy protection and noise reduction. Up to eight AirOdor systems can be combined with smart controls.


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Assembly & Maintenance

The assembly

Since the air exchange takes place only through a pipe with a diameter of 160mm, an installation of the system works quickly and easily. The two tubes available in different lengths allow the use in wall thicknesses from 260 – 800mm

The maintenance

An integrated filter monitoring (signal tone) supports the user in monitoring the filter contamination. The filter can be replaced independently by the user and, if the filter is properly maintained, no additional maintenance work is usually required. If filter monitoring is not desired, it can simply be deactivated on the controller.

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FAQ on the subject of decentralized ventilation system

Is there an unobtrusive ventilation system with heat recovery that requires little retrofitting?
I want to retrofit a ventilation system with energy recovery in the office with as little effort as possible.
Can fans with heat recovery also be retrofitted?
Energy prices are going through the roof. Doesn't ventilation consume a lot of electricity over the year?
Isn't hot air sucked into the bedroom in the summer?
Is a ventilation system in the bedroom too noisy?
Do decentralized ventilation systems protect against pollutants and allergies?
Are supply and exhaust air streams always active at the same time?
Why are decentralized ventilation units more energy efficient than fans?
Centralized, decentralized or single room solution?
What are the advantages over a central ventilation system?

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