The AirVital decentralized residential ventilation system is an ideal single-room ventilation unit for surface mounting. Living rooms and bedrooms are soundproofed and supplied with fresh air in an energy-efficient manner via a two-way supply/exhaust air pipe. AirVital can also be used well as office or children’s room ventilation. A heat exchanger enables 70% heat recovery. The compact device is ideal for retrofitting ventilation in a home renovation as well as new buildings. Only one core drilling and one power connection are required. This allows easy and time-saving assembly.


Pfeil linksPfeil rechts

Assembly & Maintenance

The assembly

For the installation of the AirVital unit, only a core drilling through the outer wall is necessary. The electrical connection is made either via a socket provided next to the unit or via a direct connection on the rear panel of the unit.

The maintenance

An integrated filter contamination indicator (display) supports the user in monitoring the pollen filter. The filter can be replaced independently by the user and, if the filter is properly maintained, no additional maintenance work is usually required.

I have read the privacy policy and agree to play a YouTube video. This may result in my data being collected by YouTube and its partner services, in accordance with YouTube's respective privacy policies.Accept

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?

Not found the right thing?