EVERYTHING FROM A SINGLE SOURCE
THE VENTICER. A TRIAD OF HIGH EFFICIENCY, MODERN TECHNOLOGY AND INTEGRATION INTO THE TECHNICAL ENVIRONMENT OF A BUILDING
IN DETAIL: OUR VENTICER TECHNOLOGY
THE VENTICER SCORES WITH 50% LESS ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND 20% LOWER TOTAL COSTS IN THE CORRECT LAYOUT!
WHAT THE VENTICER IS OFFERING YOU
You need a reliable HVAC system that ensures energy-efficient operation of the building you’re planning.
The design should also offer you freedom of design, be structurally robust and only occupy a small amount of space.
As a technology planner, what you probably like about the Venticer is its scalability and that it fits easily into your overall concept. Is a small number of interfaces music to your ears?
Then we should talk.
The real estate projects you develop are highly profitable. Key to this are highly efficient systems with low operating costs. Your Venticer Family and Friends is exactly that: scalable, reliable and developed as an integrated overall system.
Practised climate protection for moderate investment costs.
You need new reliable systems for the cooling and heating of buildings. They have to be easy to install and to integrate into the building technology. Energy-efficient, environmentally friendly and smart grid-capable.
Our solution for you: the Venticer. Your comprehensive, worry-free package for an attractive expansion of your field of business.
As an urban developer, you create places of peace and encounter in the urban domain. You need a solution to the growing overheating of our cities. Decentralised energy concepts are the future.
The Venticer: freedom of design and climate protection from a single source.
As the owner of your own property, you want to heat and perhaps also cool efficiently. If your intention is to eliminate your dependency on fossil fuels while we are able to offer you a smart home-capable all-in-one solution, then we are speaking the same language.
Our Venticer Family: the partner for you and your family.
Industrial applications such as modular and serial construction or energy-efficient factory concepts require special attention when it comes to high availability and simultaneously low operating costs. The Venticer stands for standardised solutions following a freely scalable modular design principle.
Feel free to get in touch with us for an initial consultation.
Let us begin with something that is the exact opposite of warm inside: a fridge. Because heat pumps work on the same principle, only in reverse.
Heat pumps extract the energy from heat sources in their vicinity. Such sources can be water, the ground or the air. In the Venticer, a fan takes in outside air. The air then exchanges energy in the heat exchanger. Inside the heat pump, the air passes over lines containing a refrigerant. This substance becomes gaseous at low temperatures, and this is ensured by the heat that we have extracted from the outside air. In the case of the refrigerant that we use, R-32, this already happens at a temperature of below -10 degrees Celsius.
However, this heat is not yet sufficient to bring a building up to comfortable temperatures. The refrigerant vapour is therefore compressed further until the desired temperature is reached.
This is where the second heat exchanger comes into play, in which the refrigerant vapour gives off its heat to the heating circuit. This causes it to condense, i.e. it becomes liquid again. Under less pressure, it now returns to the evaporator, where the circle is closed.
Thus, the heat pump can make your building pleasantly warm even when outside temperatures are relatively cool.
Our ice storage is part of the Venticer and is responsible for the constant availability of the desired temperatures. It is also decisive for the greater efficiency of the Venticer technology compared to normal air source heat pumps, whose performance drops sharply at low outside temperatures.
We can use the storage to store the temperatures provided to us by the environment, so that we can retrieve them whenever they are needed. The trick behind the great efficiency of the Venticer is that we store, as it were, raw temperatures, which are only then raised to usable temperatures when they are needed.
This is where the physics help us once again: The phase transition describes the point at which water freezes to form ice. This releases the same quantity of energy that we need to heat a litre of water from 0 to 80 degrees Celsius. And that is exactly what happens in our storage.
The curve in the diagram above shows that the dependency of the efficiency factor is not linear but strongly rising progressively. The curve in the diagram above shows that the dependency of the efficiency factor is not linear but strongly rising progressively.
And what does that mean for us?
In the main phases, i.e. when high heating or cooling performance is required, the use of the storage reduces the temperature differences. And that is precisely when this effect causes the efficiency to rise sharply.
This way we neutralise something that cannot be avoided with normal air source heat pumps: the “law of the bad state”. This says that whenever the air source heat pump is under heavy demand – i.e. at low temperatures for heating and at high temperatures for cooling – the efficiency is particularly low. Not with us.
Air source heat pumps and the Venticer technology: made for one another.
THE BASIC PRINCIPLE OF PUMPING HEAT
THE EFFICIENCY FACTOR
The refrigerant we use is called R-32. Here are a few keywords for those who are familiar with refrigerants: R-32 is difluoromethane, which has a high volumetric cooling capacity. It is easy to recycle and can also be re-used. It is considered to be an environmentally friendly coolant because it does not damage the ozone layer.
For fitters and service specialists, it is the first choice because it is easy to handle and has low flammability. Clients want greater indoor comfort.
All reasons why we have also opted for the “refrigerant of the future”.