Trox’s simple approach to ventilation for schools
Published:  05 May, 2016
Trox, school, ventilation

Trox’s Schoolair range of energy-efficient ventilation solutions are self contained and deliver fresh air into a classroom as required. They have integrated heat recovery that can recover 65 to 75% of the heat/coolth from the exhaust air

Units can be installed under the ceiling, below windows, in front of sills or vertically on walls next to windows. They can be used throughout a school or college to create decentralised ventilation. Alternatively, units can be installed on an incremental basis to tackle problem zones.

Schoolair units can operate without the need for complicated controls, but they can also be connected to a building management system.



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