This customer has a house that’s located close to the highway and he was because of this concerned about PM 2.5 creeping in to his house. He also wanted to have more oxygen in his bedroom since they were 4 people (two adults and two kids) sleeping there at the time.
To solve these issues we therefore installed our ‘Whole House ERV’ system with an electrostatic filter. The former makes sure that there always is enough oxygen in every room of his house, and the latter makes sure that there is little too non PM 2.5 entering his house.
This customer reached out to us because he desired a fresh and cool indoor air climate. To induce this we created our Whole House ERV package with a cooker hood and comfortable cooling.
The former two (Whole House ERV & cooker hood) makes sure that the indoor air quality is perfectly fresh – this is due to the air exchange and filtration that is taken place – whilst the later (comfortable cooling) makes sure that the whole house has a cool and comfortable temperature as well as it keeps the RH (relative humidity) between 40-60%.
Life One Wireless is a condominium project located in Bangkok and one of their condo owners came to us in need of a properly filtered ventilation system due to the high pollution in the area. The customer was very happy with the improved indoor air quality.
In this condominium we faced the problem of a small sized ceiling. This often occurs since the architect didn’t have duct ventilation in mind. To combat this issue we placed the ducts wisely and used flat silencers.
Customer in Chiang Mai desired a complete ventilation system. We therefore installed our ‘Whole House ERV’ system where we balance the supplied and extracted air. This assures the residents a constant and balanced airflow.
Customer requested a complete airflow system with integrated cooling. As a result of the request we created our Whole House ERV system and integrated our cooling coil to it. He’s now ensured to have a new set of air every two hours as well as a comfortable level off temperature and humidity inside of his entire house.
The house owner had a problem with high humidity levels and the odor that was created by this.
To reduce the humidity level we installed a cooling coil in our standard ‘Whole House ERV’ system, this also brings him the benefit of a comfortable temperature inside the entire house. This is very appreciated since the need for an air conditioner is lessened greatly.
To make sure that there is enough air in every room of the house, we balanced the supplied and extracted air. You can see the process of this at the right picture below.
The customers are very happy with the installation since the wife’s clothes are completely mold free. This was a problem for them since they live abroad half of the year, and both clothes and furniture are then at risk of mold production due to the high humidity and lack of airflow. This create a very comfortable indoor environment.
The customer had the desire of having a fresh airflow and comfortable temperature inside his entire house. In this solution we therefore created our Whole House ERV system with comfortable cooling.
We combined our ERV to Daikin’s VRV system since he wanted a VRF air conditioning system/ This significantly reduces the electrical bill due to a lesser need of cooling and the condenser unit always be on.
The customer is very happy with the installation and enjoys the new lifestyle with ‘Comfortable cooling’.
This customer reached out to us since his house was so un-fresh due to the high humidity that he had trouble sleeping at night. To combat this issue we installed our Whole House ERV system with a cooling coil. The former makes sure that there is sufficient airflow inside of the house which instantly gives the house a fresher feeling, and the latter ensures 40-60% RH (relative humidity) as well as a comfortable temperature inside the entire house.
He was also concerned with lowering the PM 2.5 that then was present in his house, and we therefore installed our electrostatic filter. This now makes sure that the air that’s supplied into his house is 95-99% filtered, which in return guarantees WHO’s guideline for PM 2.5.
Customer had proper ventilation in his home country and wisely sought out the same in Thailand. There was a clear limit to the budget in this case and certain compromises was therefore made. We did, for example, not use an electrostatic filter and we used Vents ERV instead of Swegons. The indoor air quality is naturally not optimal in this house because of that. But, with that said, our customer was happy and they understood that you get what you pay for.
This customer reached out to us in need for an Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) solution in his 500 m2 2 floor villa in Bangkok. We therefore created our Whole House ERV system.