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Ventient

Details

Proctor Ventient devices can be used as part of a natural or mixed mode ventilation approach to make use of outdoor/indoor pressure differentials to bring in natural, clean, outside air. And unlike conventional systems such as operable windows or louvres, Proctor Ventient can be left to get on with the job of proving fresh air circulation with less worry about negative impacts on indoor environment quality resulting from airborne contaminants, noise, high winds an rain ingress.

Applications

Unlike conventional systems such as operable windows or louvres, Ventient can be left to get on with the job of providing fresh air circulation with less worry about negative impacts on indoor environmental quality resulting from airborne contaminants, noise, high winds and rain ingress.

 

  • Providing ventilation for rooms or spaces that can remain unoccupied for periods throughout the year. Perfect for student accommodation, hotels and holiday accommodation.
  • When occupants return home in the evening or after a few days away, they don’t need to head straight for the air conditioning control to get rid of warm, humid and musty air. Ideal for residential buildings such as modern air tight medium and high rise developments.
  • Known as night purge, on summer nights, outdoor air can enter the building via Ventient devices to lower interior temperatures and cool thermal mass, consequently reducing the energy requirements for air conditioning systems the following day.
  • Where occupants are unable or restricted from opening windows due to lack of mobility, health and safety, or fears about personal security. Ventient is highly suitable for maintaining good indoor air quality in public buildings, age care, education and healthcare facilities.

Proctor Ventient Range

A wide range of devices are available for curtain walls, windows, walls, roofs and sub floors. The Proctor Ventient Range has devices that are ideally suited to any building from high rise commercial and residential buildings to free standing homes.  All buildings (and their occupants) however, big or small, still need to breathe!

ventilation

– noun
. the act or process of ventilating or the state of being ventilated 2. an installation in a building that provides a supply of fresh air

sentient

– adjective
1. having the power of sense perception or sensation; (from Latin sentiēns feeling, from sentirē to perceive)

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Ventient for Windows
Integrated Trickle Vents for Windows & Curtain Walls   
Ventient SCW-SH (new) SSSO OOOSO
Ventient SCW-NS SSOOOOOSO
Glazed in Trickle Vents
Ventient EcoSmart Breathe  SSOOSOS
Ventient TrickleBreathe SOOOS
Ventient Systems in Partnership
AWS VentientSSOOOOSSO
APL Ventient (New Zealand)SSOOOOSSO
Darley VentientSSOOO SSO
Other Ventient Devices
For Walls
Wall VentSOOOS
Sub floor ventSOO
Round ventSOOOS
Louvres and gable ventsOO
For Floors
Wall VentS – O O OS –
Floor Vent S – – S –O – –
Ventient for Exhaust
Ventient PAX
S= Standard functionality
O = Optional functionality