Ventilation systems consist of a large number of individual components that enable efficient supply, cleaning and heat recovery in buildings. A distinction can be made between centralised and decentralised ventilation systems. Central systems supply several rooms, whereas decentralised systems are limited to supplying individual rooms. For planning, it is essential to take into account all requirements regarding fire and noise protection.
Ateliers Ehrismann has a large selection of components for ventilation systems from leading manufacturers. In addition to sales, we also provide planning and commissioning of the entire system. For optimal efficiency, we recommend regular servicing of ventilation systems. Due to our competences in mechanical manufacturing and electrical engineering, we offer comprehensive maintenance and repair work on your process technology.
Contact in Switzerland and Europe
Ateliers Ehrismann has been ensuring the highest manufacturing quality at its site in Switzerland since 1923. Together with our strong partner the AxFlow group of companies, we are represented not only in Switzerland but throughout Europe.
Individualization is our strength
Ateliers Ehrismann has one of the most modern workshops in the field of electrical engineering and metal construction. Customer orders can thus be designed to meet all individual requirements.
Certified several times
The outstanding manufacturing quality is certified several times. We can manufacture and repair process equipment, for complex and highly sensitive industrial applications. Our quality management continues to constantly optimize the processes in the areas of purchasing, manufacturing and service management in order to remain the first point of contact in Switzerland and Europe in the future.
Ventilation systems are able to extract heat from the exhaust air and return it to the supply air without mixing the two air streams. With a heat exchanger, energy and costs can thus be saved.
Ventilation systems are responsible for a continuous air exchange in a building. Especially in enclosed work areas, without sufficient fresh air supply, only ventilation systems enable the requirements of the Workplace Ordinance to be met.
Depending on the design and power consumption, ventilation systems cause a certain noise level. However, the requirements for immission control in buildings have become increasingly stringent in recent years. State-of-the-art ventilation systems can demonstrably suppress noise and sound. For example, through high-quality fans.