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Typical configurations

TYPICAL CONFIGURATION 1:

An air handling unit with a heat exchanger is mounted onto the basement wall. The air distribution boxes, ducts and connectors are embedded into the wooden floor structure. Supply air is delivered through the floor grilles in the bedroom and the living room. Extract air is removed through the ceiling disc valves in the kitchen, bathroom and basement. The kitchen exhaust hood is also connected to the air handling unit. The air moves between rooms through the door grilles.

FlexiVent air duct Air distribution box Floor connector with a grille Ceiling connector with a disc valve
 
Air handling unit Isovent 150 insulated duct Ventilation hood  

 

TYPICAL CONFIGURATION 2:

An air handling unit with a heat exchanger is mounted to the basement floor. The air distribution boxes, ducts and connectors are embedded into the cement screed. Supply air is delivered through the floor grilles in the bedroom and the living room. Extract air is removed through the ceiling disc valves in the kitchen and basement. The kitchen exhaust hood is also connected to the air handling unit. The air moves between rooms through the door grilles.

FlexiVent air duct Air distribution box Floor connector with a grille Ceiling connector with a disc valve
 
Air handling unit Isovent 150 insulated duct Ventilation hood  

 

CEILING INSTALLATION

An air handling unit with a heat exchanger is installed under the ceiling in the bathroom. Air distribution boxes, ducts and connectors are mounted under the ceiling. Supply air is delivered through the disc valves in the bedroom and living room. Extract air is removed through the disc valves in the kitchen, bathroom and basement. The air moves between rooms through the door grilles.

FlexiVent air ducts combine the elasticity of flexible ducts with the structural sturdiness of rigid ducts

FlexiVent air duct Air distribution box Ceiling connector with a disc valve Air handling unit
 
Isovent 150 insulated duct  

 

CEILING AND FLOOR INSTALLATION

An air handling unit with a heat exchanger is mounted onto a wall in the utility room. The supply air distribution box, ducts and connectors are embedded into the floor. The exhaust air distribution box, ducts and connectors are mounted under the ceiling.Supply air is delivered through the floor grilles in the bedroom and the living room. Extract air is removed through the ceiling disc valves in the kitchen, bathroom and utility room. The kitchen exhaust hood is also connected to the air handling unit. Air moves between rooms through the door grilles.

FlexiVent air duct Air distribution box Ceiling connector with a disc valve Floor connector with a grille
 
Air handling unit Isovent 150 insulated duct Ventilation hood