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Will the air in the living space not become too dry due to the continuous ventilation in winter?

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When ventilating (also by opening windows), dry outside air is always supplied to the room. This process can neither be avoided when using a ventilation system. Thanks to the ventilation system, this happens, however, measured to the right amount.

The amount of air can be regulated by means of the 3-level-switch or the clock timer:

- At temperatures below zero of the outside air and thus low water vapour content in the fresh air a lower fan stage can be set via the controller.

- Humidification of the indoor air

– ventilating customary humidifiers and foliage plants at higher temperatures of the outside air with higher air volume.

- Avoidance of excessive reheating of the supply air - at 60°C dust pyrolysis (heat decomposition) is to be expected, i.e. drying of the nasal mucous membranes.

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