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Intake & exhaust ventilation tower
New ventilation tower for sports hall in Ensdorf
Our innovative combination tower with integrated wall connections combines several functions in one. On the one hand, it provides fresh air in the sports hall. Fresh air is sucked into the building via the louvres at the bottom. At the same time, stale air is extracted in the upper area of the ventilation tower. The open end with bird screen and internal deflector offers the possibility of collecting and draining rainwater. The effective RAL painting to match the building reveals a holistic design.
Ventilation towers at the Mamer retirement home in Luxembourg
Our effective air conditioning solution for the old people's home in Mamer is a combination of three towers. These combine a high-quality stainless steel design. The standpipes are made in a pitched-roof variant with machine-welded longitudinal seams and lamella heads.
In combination with the two-part rain collar, coverage of the flange attachment is also ensured.
New ventilation towers at the Perler indoor swimming pool
The high-quality ventilation towers made of stainless steel with a straight tower roof serve as an optimal air-conditioning solution for the Perler indoor swimming pool. The standpipe in the form of a stable screw construction, which is screwed together with internal lugs, is convincing. The customised louvres are welded and precisely attached to the perforated metal basket.
Exhaust air towers swimming pool St. Ingbert
Our customised exhaust air towers for the St. Ingbert swimming pool provide an optimal air conditioning solution for the municipal indoor swimming pool. The construction consists of three individual towers made of galvanised steel. The RAL painting, which matches the building and characterises the design of the towers, complements the appearance of the swimming pool. To protect against corrosion, the interior of the towers is coated with a chlorine-resistant paint.
New ventilation towers for the University of Trier
Effective learning requires fresh air to maintain concentration. Therefore, our innovative ventilation towers offer an optimal climate solution for the university in Trier. The ventilation towers appear as angular ventilation structures consisting of a steel substructure with stainless steel cladding.
In this way, the innovative towers combine a large-volume removal of the used air, while at the same time fascinating with an appealing design.