Individual DCV variable regulation of airflow in each zone

As well as being able to control the ventilation in each room according to when they are being used, airflow can also be regulated according to how much they are being loaded, with the help of CO2 and temperature measurements.

 DCV is typically used where there is:

- Periodical use of rooms
- Large variation in load by persons
- Large variation in heat load

Examples: South-facing offices, open plan offices, meeting rooms, canteen/kitchen.

Features Advantages Disadvantages

A timer and weekly plan control the activities of the basic ventilation

CO2 and temperature sensor gradually increase ventilation in individual rooms as load increases

A controller maintains constant pressure in the ducts to ensure correct airflow distribution.

Ventilation matches the load in the rooms

Fully automatic adjustment

Fewer updates to weekly plan

High energy savings

More expensive installation


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