Nuaire’s Drimaster unit takes advantage of the heat gain within the loft. The input air enters the home at ceiling level, usually on the landing area. The stale, contaminated, vapour-laden air is continuously diluted, displaced and replaced with good quality air. The result is improved indoor air quality and an environment in which condensation cannot exist.
Nuaire’s Flatmaster is designed for homes without a loft and is generally installed in a hallway or kitchen area. The Flatmaster works on the same principle as the Drimaster and redistributes heat from ceiling level. The input air is directed across the ceiling at the same time mixing with the otherwise unused warmer air that has risen above head height in your home.
The Drimaster can cure condensation dampness, associated black mould and remove contaminants and pollutants from the home with the low-energy Drimaster range for homes with lofts including bungalows, or the compact Flatmaster range for homes without lofts such as apartments and flats providing positive pressure.
There is great concern regarding the effect of mould spores in the air on the health of occupants. Mould spores, like pollen, are airborne and everywhere, but generally do not affect those with robust health. Problems occur when mould is allowed to grow and produce spores in great numbers, which can exacerbate problems in those suffering from asthma or with respiratory or pulmonary conditions.
Mould is an indication that moisture levels are above those acceptable, and its growth can affect your health and stain décor and furniture. General lifestyle is such as cooking, bathing, drying clothes indoors and even breathing generates this moisture in the air. In poorly ventilated homes the moisture will migrate and find its way to the coldest areas of the home and settle eventually turning into black mould known as condensation dampness
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