Ventalis, our controllable ventilation system
To maintain the aesthetic looks of your windows and doors, Reynaers Aluminium developed a unique, self-regulating ventilation system called Ventalis. Fully integrated in the aluminium profile, this innovative system is nearly invisible. The units automatically regulate the air supply depending on the wind pressure, without any risk of rain infiltration or annoying insects entering your building.
The ventilation valve opens in five different positions, ranging from tightly closed to wide-open. You can easily determine the ideal ventilation level yourself. The air supply continues to be automatically regulated regardless of the position of the valve. Whichever level you choose, Ventalis ensures optimal ventilation all day long.
It is important to fight the right balance between insulation and ventilation.
Noise reducing technology
Preparing a building project in the city and want to reduce the sound of cars, trains and other urban noise indoors? Our MasterLine 8-SoftTone® window system is the perfect solution for you. We developed this innovative architectural solution specifically for natural cooling and ventilation in urban environments. It is a sustainable and economical alternative to mechanical ventilation, as the noise reducing technology is integrated into the window itself.
Another solution are parallel opening windows. These aluminium profiles allow maximal ventilation and cooling, as they offer better ventilation than traditional windows. Thanks to the parallel opening direction, larger open areas per square metre and better air circulation in the room are ensured. How does it work? Warm air moves upwards, causing the air to circulate, which generates pressure differences. The result: optimally ventilated rooms for you to enjoy.
Are you ready for some impressive architecture, while enjoying a healthy and relaxed working and living experience? Our innovative ventilation and insulation systems help you create healthy and safe building projects, to protect all residents today and tomorrow.
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