The use of multiple units makes the system extremely reliable and adaptable to a wide range of operating conditions.
The indoor climate systems inject supply air directly into the interior without requiring supply air and exhaust ducts. This is advantageous in terms of space requirements, hygiene and efficiency.
The Air-Injector ensures an optimal air distribution under fluctuating operating conditions and prevents draughts in the occupied area. It is suitable for mounting heights of 4 m to 25 m.
The indoor climate units are regulated individually and controlled based on zones. The system flexibly adjusts to local requirements.
The Hoval indoor climate system creates a comfortable climate in large interior areas while minimising energy consumption. Unlike centralised systems, it has a modular structure in which one system contains multiple and possibly different indoor climate units. This guarantees maximum adaptability and flexibility in all phases: planning, installation, operation and maintenance.
|Highly efficient air distribution reduces operating costs|
|Tailored solution for any large space|
|Delivered ready to plug in with integrated control components|
Control and regulation systems developed specifically for decentralised systems reliably ensure optimal use of resources and in this way keep operating costs down. The indoor climate units are regulated individually and controlled based on zones. The system flexibly adjusts to local requirements.
The indoor climate systems are installed on the ceiling or in the roof, distributed throughout the interior. They inject supply air directly into the interior without requiring supply air and exhaust ducts. This is advantageous in terms of space requirements, hygiene and efficiency.
Patented Air Distribution
Indoor climate systems from Hoval are masters in saving energy. They break down the temperature stratification in interiors, keeping heat loss through the roof to a minimum. Thanks to their high ventilation efficiency, less air needs to be circulated and treated, saving electrical power and reducing ventilation heat requirements.