Uponor Clean Air Guarantee

The inter­na­tion­al com­pa­ny Uponor presents unique air ducts for ven­ti­la­tion sys­tems, which are already avail­able for cus­tomers in Rus­sia and the CIS.

The qual­i­ty of work and the pos­si­ble peri­od of trou­ble-free oper­a­tion of the entire ven­ti­la­tion sys­tem as a whole large­ly depend on how well the instal­la­tion was car­ried out.

The device of the ven­ti­la­tion sys­tem is a whole com­plex of com­plex engi­neer­ing work, which takes place in sev­er­al stages. The first stage includes the lay­ing of air ducts, instal­la­tion of exhaust and sup­ply fans, sup­ply and exhaust units. At the sec­ond stage, instal­la­tion of grat­ings and dif­fusers, adjust­ment and adjust­ment of the entire automa­tion sys­tem is car­ried out. At the end of the instal­la­tion process, the sys­tem is test­ed.

At all stages, the spe­cial­ist may face a num­ber of dif­fi­cul­ties. As a rule, when installing a ven­ti­la­tion sys­tem, one of the main prob­lems is the incom­plete tight­ness of the joints. In such places, con­den­sa­tion forms and air leaks.

To solve this issue, Uponor pro­pos­es to use plas­tic air ducts made of polypropy­lene, which pre­vent the accu­mu­la­tion of any kind of pol­lu­tion in the sys­tem, and fit­tings for them. The unique tech­nol­o­gy of con­nect­ing air ducts and fit­tings does not require addi­tion­al use of a seal­ing tape, while ensur­ing 100% tight­ness.

Con­nec­tions are made by push­ing the air duct onto the fit­ting until it stops. To facil­i­tate the work, the edge of the com­po­nents can be moist­ened with clean water. Con­nec­tions are made with­out the use of self-tap­ping screws or riv­ets.

Duct cut­ting can be done with a hand tool, such as a hack­saw, which helps to sim­pli­fy the sys­tem instal­la­tion process and reduce instal­la­tion time by 20–30%. The air ducts are attached using con­ven­tion­al ven­ti­la­tion clamps, which are installed next to each fit­ting.

Uponor Clean Air Guarantee

Ther­mal­ly insu­lat­ed air ducts make it pos­si­ble to cool the sup­ply air more effi­cient­ly, since ener­gy is not spent on cool­ing build­ing struc­tures. In addi­tion, ther­mal­ly insu­lat­ed air ducts locat­ed above the false ceil­ing pre­vent the risk of con­den­sa­tion and instal­la­tion errors.

The orga­ni­za­tion of air exchange should not lead to dete­ri­o­ra­tion of the acoustic regime and should pro­tect both from exter­nal noise and from the noise gen­er­at­ed by the ven­ti­la­tion sys­tem. Uponor ducts are acousti­cal­ly and aero­dy­nam­i­cal­ly good enough to elim­i­nate these prob­lems.

For the end user, the Uponor ven­ti­la­tion sys­tem will ensure that the room is clean, odour-free and cor­ro­sion-free.

In the pro­duc­tion of sys­tems, non-tox­ic polypropy­lene with anti­sta­t­ic prop­er­ties is used, which is resis­tant to any type of pol­lu­tion, which avoids the accu­mu­la­tion of dust and dirt dur­ing oper­a­tion.

The ven­ti­la­tion sys­tem is one of the main fac­tors in the engi­neer­ing sup­port of build­ings, which deter­mines the com­fort of the liv­ing envi­ron­ment and the health of res­i­dents. That is why it should be remem­bered that the guar­an­tee of long and unin­ter­rupt­ed oper­a­tion of the ven­ti­la­tion sys­tem is its cor­rect instal­la­tion.

Arti­cle pro­vid­ed by Uponor spe­cial­ists.

Source: Uponor

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