Ventilation

Excellence in Ventilation Solutions

At Right Heat, we understand the importance of effective ventilation, which is the process of exchanging stale air with fresh air. Proper ventilation is key to removing unpleasant odours, excess moisture, dust, airborne bacteria, smoke, and carbon dioxide, while replenishing oxygen levels and circulating fresh air throughout indoor environments.

As experts in the installation and maintenance of energy-efficient ventilation systems, we at Right Heat integrate these solutions seamlessly with our air conditioning and heating systems. Our focus is on creating a comfortable and healthy indoor air quality for all types of commercial spaces.

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Helpful Information

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We employ both natural and mechanical ventilation strategies to suit different environments. Natural ventilation utilises temperature or pressure differentials, often through wind-driven systems or convection.

However, the limitations of natural ventilation, such as dependency on wind speed and temperature differentials, make mechanical ventilation the preferred choice in larger commercial buildings.

Mechanical ventilation systems, installed by Right Heat, ensure a constant and controlled flow of clean air, regardless of external conditions.

Adequate ventilation has always been crucial, especially in workplaces, and is legally mandated. The importance of ventilation has been further highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Right Heat conducts thorough risk assessments to identify poorly ventilated areas, evaluate aerosol transmission risks, and determine the most effective ventilation strategies.

We emphasise the necessity of ventilation in creating a healthy indoor environment, as poor air quality can lead to reduced productivity, increased sickness, and general discomfort. Our ventilation solutions not only improve air quality but also enhance energy efficiency.

Embracing the latest in HVAC technology, we offer advanced systems like Mitsubishi’s LOSSNAY Energy Recovery Systems. These systems have been perfected over decades to reduce energy costs by repurposing stale air to heat or cool fresh incoming air. Right Heat’s commitment to integrating such innovative technologies ensures that our clients benefit from ventilation solutions that are both effective and energy-efficient.

At Right Heat, we are dedicated to ensuring that educational facilities, workplaces, and other commercial spaces are equipped with high-quality ventilation systems. Our solutions are designed to maintain a comfortable, safe, and healthy environment for all occupants.

In the field of indoor climate control, professionals such as architects, surveyors, and planners often discuss HVAC systems. HVAC encompasses heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, which together manage the internal temperature, humidity, and airflow within a building.

Right Heat has established its reputation on the design, manufacture, and installation of cutting-edge air conditioning systems. Advances in heat exchange technology have increasingly led to the integration of air conditioning and heating into a unified, controllable, and energy-efficient system. Every heating and air conditioning system we install is custom-designed to meet the unique requirements of each customer.

While the functions of heating and air conditioning are widely understood – one heats, the other cools, and together they regulate indoor temperature – the importance of incorporating adequate ventilation in any building or refurbishment project is sometimes undervalued.

Current Building Regulations encompass not only the energy requirements and installation of ventilation equipment but also the rates of ventilation. These regulations include:

  • Part F Building Regulations – Means of Ventilation – 2010 edition
  • Non-Domestic Building Services Compliance Guide – 2013 edition
  • Domestic Ventilation Compliance Guide – 2010 edition
  • Domestic Building Services Compliance Guide – 2013 edition

The application of these Building Regulations and Guidance varies according to the type, function, and size of the building. They specify standards for airflow rate, noise levels, performance, and monitoring. At Right Heat, we are always ready to assist our customers in navigating these guidelines and how they apply to their specific projects.

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