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Brink 2010 General Catalogue
Brink Climate Systems Ireland – Air Diffusers
Brink Climate Systems have developed its own range of air diffusers (colour white, RAL 9016) for the effective supply and exhaust of air, as part of its whole house ventilation systems.
Brink Climate Systems Ireland – Air Distribution System
Brink Climate Systems have developed a ‘plug and play’ system specifically for whole house ventilation which is fully compliant to IS EN 13141-7. Performance testing of products for residential ventilation – central mechanical supply and exhaust ventilation sytem packages with heat recovery used in a single dwelling. (Approved procedure for DEAP)
Air Heating, the logical choice for comfort. Optimum comfort with an efficient combination of heating, cooling, ventilating and filtering.
Allure High Efficiency and Comfort
You don’t see it, but you do feel it. That’s the comfort of air heating. A simple system of air ducts and inconspicuous grates conveys air to the rooms. Then the air goes back to the heater. The ventilation provisions ensure tha smells and vapours from kitchen, bathroom and toilet are carried away.
An Optimum Indoor Environment with Renovent HR
Brink balanced ventilation brings comfort and health to your home throughout the year. After all, wouldn’t you like to always have plenty of clean, fresh air in your home? Renovent HR ensures that the indoor air is continuously being refreshed. The incoming and outgoing air flows are equal, in other words, balanced ventilation. At an efficency of roughly 95%, Renovent HR transfers the thermal energy from the output air to the fresh, colder outdoor air. That means draught-free and unnoticed ventilation at only 10% of traditional ventilation costs.
Air Heating, the logical choice for comfort
Optimum comfort with an efficient combination of heating, cooling, ventilating and filtering.
Elan – Low Energy and High Comfort
Brink brinks you a healthy and comforable indoor climate throughout the year. Brink has integrated heating and ventilation in its compact unit ‘Elan’. Brink’s heat recovery ventilation unit ‘Renovent HR’ extracts stale, damp indoor air from wet rooms and supplies fresh outdoor air to the rooms. Heat from the extracted air is transferred to the fresh, outside air. This means draught-free ventilation at less than 10% of traditional ventilation costs.
Sonair – Energy Efficient Ventilation
Brink Climate Systems introduces the Sonair of the third generation. The Sonair is a wall ventilation appliance for use in high-noise environments such as near airports, railways or busy motorways. The new Sonair is characterised by its even more compact design, a low-energy EC fan intregrated in the wall sleeve, and a front finish that can be matched to the interior.
The Passive House Appliance
Brink Climate Systems offers an integrated solution for sustainable heating, high-efficiency ventilation with heat recovery, and domestic hot water supply. All this for dwellings that comply with a Passive House standard. Current developments with regard to CO2 reduction objectives in Europe have considerably raised social awareness with regard to increased energy savings in the built-up environment. With the Passive House Appliance, Brink Climate Systems wants to make a contribution in the Netherlands to the high ambitions recently laid down in various convenants between governments and the building industry aimed at energy saving measures. This solution provides a better balance between comfort and energy savings.
Advance – Decentralised & Hybrid Ventilation
Decentralised ventilation with Advance as energy-saving solution. Ventilation with heat recovery has successfuly been used as energy-saving solution for some time now. In Finland the use of balanced ventilation has even been made mandatory for dwellings. In response to demands from many clients for a decentralised ventilation system without the need for extensive ducting, Brink Climate Systems developed the Advance appliance. Depending on the energy savings requirements, every habitable room may be equipped with an Advance or a hybrid solution maybe opted for. Advance is then used in spaces where comfort (draught-free ventilation) is important in combination with input of ‘fresh’ air into the bedrooms.
Demand Controlled Ventilation (DCV)
As building fabrics are being built increasingly tightly in the push to save energy, the importance of ventilation increases as well. Mechanical ventilation with heat recovery was developed for this purpose, and extracts stale, damp indoor air and supplies fresh outdoor air, saving energy by recycling the heat energy in the process. However, Brink has now made it possible to save even more energy with a central heat recovery system by ventilating rooms individually and on demand.
Balanced Ventilation for Healthy and Energy Efficient Living
Making life in dwellings and buildings more comfortable, that is what we do. That is inspearably connected with attention for health and a clean environment. Abundant use of fossil fuels has caused the problem of rapid global warming, also known as the “greenhouse effect”. At the same time supplies of fossil fuels such as coal, oil and natural gas are rapidly running lower. And the emission of harmful flue gases does not do our living environment much good either.
Silent and energy-efficient ventilation.