The outside air of big cities can be very polluted. Think about air traffic exhaust gases, cars and Industry. At most of the schools the inside air is not much better. When there is no good air ventilation system and they ventilate with the windows open, all polluted air will flow into the classrooms. This combined with to high CO2-levels may cause headache, lethargy, concentration problems and other health problems occurring to many students and teachers.
Elementary School Twiske, located in Amsterdam, decided to act on this problem. As part of the Healthy Schools Amsterdam (GSA) project, the school contacted the municipality and their installation advisor Merosch to improve their indoor climate. Resulting the installation expert Schulte & Lestraden contacting Ned Air to provide a solution. They contacted Ned Air because of their expertise and broad experience with this type of School-units EduComfort 950 allready installed into many schools withing Netherland.
Ned Air produced and delivered 22 EduComfort 950 schoolventilation-units to the school. All these units are monitored by EduConnect. (An internet based platform for external monitoring) This way Ned Air can monitor the conditions of all the units. Since these units have been commissioned, CO2-levels reduced from an average of 1700 PPM’s to less than 950 PPM’s, at a soundpower lever of 32 dB(A), All well within the spec requirements of the ‘Programma van Eisen Frisse Scholen klasse B.
Ned Air Educomfort 950
For a healthy learning environment
The Ned Air EduComfort is a CO2-controlled HR ventilation unit with heat recovery. This decentralized unit can be placed universally, both in and under the ceiling. Remote management is also possible; with the Ned Air EduConnect you can monitor and control remotely. In addition, the Ned Air Educomfort is the first decentralized ventilation unit to comply with the Requirements for Fresh Schools 2015 Class B. For example, the energy-efficient Ned Air EduComfort ensures sufficient air exchange to create a healthy learning environment.