Aldes launches BapSI Twin ventilation grill system

New product to save up to 27% more energy than normal grill systems

The new Aldes ventilation system aims to reduce energy usage by 27% compared to standard systems (Supplied Image)
The new Aldes ventilation system aims to reduce energy usage by 27% compared to standard systems (Supplied Image)

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Customers in the UAE, followed by the rest of the GCC, will get their first look at the Bap’SI Twin ventilation grill system after its launch was announced earlier this month by Aldes.

The French ventilation firm said that it hopes that the ‘two in one’ system becomes a cost effective replacement to the currently used system of VCD + Grill. The new product aims to save up to 27% of energy compared to a normal VCD installation.

The Bap’SI Twin is designed to remove pollutants such as smells, smoke VOCs and CO2 from a bathroom or kitchen, maintaining indoor air quality.

“Bap’SI replaces a common exhaust diffuser and a common VCD, meaning that there is less material consumption. There is no need to install small VCDs in the exhaust duct anymore, and no need to commission the extra ductwork system,” the company said.

“The integrated constant airflow regulator automatically balances the right airflow in the exhaust duct as per the design, and independently from system pressures due to the wind, the climate and the building’s height (stack effect), to prevent any over or under ventilation,” it added.

The product can cover an airflow range from 15 to 150m3/h, which allows Aldes Middle East to meet any airflow requirement for extract ventilation.

The company also offers an ‘air supply’ version of the product that can be installed on the ceiling or wall, instead of a ceiling diffuser or a wall grill. It matches the design of the exhaust solution and also avoids any commissioning.

In addition, this version will also improve the noise comfort with a remote constant air flow regulator in an air conditioning system.

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