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Climate control KST-20 Calima

Die kompakte Klimasteuerung KST-20 Calima im modernen Design-Gehäuse ist eine neues Steuerungsgerät für verschiedenste Aktoren zum automatischen und kontrollierten Entfeuchten und Lüften von Räumen aller Art.

How to turn the basement rooms into comfortable living spaces

In existing properties, the available space in the basement can be used as a living or recreation room. However, these spaces often pose challenges in terms of air quality and ventilation. In this article, we will show you how ZILA can help you equip your basement with ventilation and dehumidification controls in order to improve the air quality.

Mould prevention and building fabric protection

The impact of new developments in the construction industry Current developments and new concepts for new constructions and modernisations of existing buildings have led to building envelopes becoming more and more airtight or impermeable. As a result, the natural exchange of air is reduced. Therefore, the DIN 1946-6 standard requires a ventilation concept for new buildings or existing buildings to be modernised. With this ventilation concept, it must be determined whether constant ventilation measures are necessary.

Energy-efficient cooling of electrical rooms with the climate control KST-20 Vento

Wherever devices and components work in electrical systems, they heat up and produce a lot of thermal energy. As a result, the air in the room heats up even more. In order to avoid overheating, creeping currents and even short circuits, in such systems, it is essential to cool the warm air. Conventional approaches usually only work with climate control units, operating on the basis of the indoor temperature, which requires a disproportionate and tremendous amount of energy.

Dehumidification and ventilation of existing and listed buildings

Finding effective ventilation and dehumidification concepts can be challenging for manufacturers of climate controls and ventilation devices, especially in listed, preserved, old or even medieval buildings. This is the reason for the increasing demand for automated, user-independent solutions which consider the climatic conditions inside and outside buildings, while ensuring great energy efficiency.