Installation and assembly of decentralized ventilation from inVENTer
Easy assembly - great versatility!
The decentralized ventilation systems and our exhaust air systems from InVENTer not only create a fresh, comfortable climate, they can also be built into your wall in just a few steps. To ensure that the ventilation units can be used quickly and smoothly, please refer to our installation and operating instructions. You can also watch the installation in our installation video.
The following seven steps give you an overview of how you can install your ventilation or exhaust air system in a few simple steps.
Our customer service will be happy to advise you if you have any questions.
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|Work step||Job||Tool||Needed time|
|Step 1||Carry out core hole drilling||Milling drill||5 Min.|
|Step 2||Insert wall sleeve||mounting wedges, jigsaw, spirit level||10 Min.|
|Step 3||Fix the wall sleeve||Cutter, non-pressing assembly foam||15 Min. +24 hours drying|
|Step 4||Attach sealing tapes||Sealing tape||15 Min.|
|Step 5||Screw the weather protection hood to the facade||Pen, spirit level, dowels, screws, drill||20 Min.|
|Step 6||Insert ceramic thermal accumulator and connect reversible fan||screwdriver||5 Min.|
|Step 7||Attach the inner cover||Spirit level, pen, screws||10 Min.|
Simple and error-free – install ventilation with the Simplex wall installation system
We recommend using the Simplex mounting block. This mounting system including wall sleeve is used during the shell construction phase in the new building and thus replaces steps 1 to 3 (core hole drilling and wall sleeve). This saves you 30 minutes of installation time + 24 hours of drying time and you can go straight to step 4.
Step 1: drill the core hole
When installing your ventilation unit within a renovation, drill a core hole for each fan.
Tip: We recommend using the optional wall mounting block (Simplex mounting block) in new buildings and in timber frame constructions, which eliminates the need for core hole drilling.
Note: The minimum wall thickness varies between 160 and 300 mm. It depends on the ventilation device in question.
Tool: milling drill
Time required: 5 minutes
Step 2: insert wall sleeve
When opening the wall, note a slope of approx. 1 ° towards the outside. In this way, any condensation that may occur can easily drain outwards.
Depending on the ventilation device used, you must also note the required overhang on the outer wall. You can find the information in the corresponding installation and operating instructions.
Tip: The recess for the fan bus must face the interior.
Tools: assembly wedges (included), jigsaw, spirit level
Time required: 10 minutes
Step 3: fix the wall sleeve
The simplest method of fixing the wall sleeve is to fill in foam from the outside and inside. Cut off the foam after it has dried.
Tip: Stabilize the wall sleeve before foaming it by inserting the heat storage tank or a suitable material so that it does not become deformed.
inVENTer professional tip: close the wall sleeve with styrofoam disks before foaming. In this way you avoid unnecessary soiling, e.g. B. by plaster residue.
Tools: cutter knife, non-pressing assembly foam
- Foaming: 10 minutes
- Drying: 24 hours
- Cut off: 5 minutes
Step 4: apply sealing tapes
Attach all sealing tapes to the wall sleeve and the base plate of the weather protection hood. To do this, remove the protective disk on the outside of the wall sleeve before attaching the strap to the wall sleeve so that the reversible fan and thermal accumulator can be installed later.
Only attach the sealing tapes immediately before installing the base plate of the weather protection hood. This will prevent the sealing tape from swelling too much and make it easier to attach the weather protection hood.
inVENTer professional tip: We recommend a biocidal pre-setting / water-repellent pre-treatment of the facade surface around the weather protection hood. Ask your planner about this!
Tool: sealing tape (included)
Time required: 15 minutes
Step 5: Screw the weather protection cover to the facade
Attach the weather protection hood while the scaffolding is on the outside wall. Attach the base plate first and then the cover. To simplify matters, use the base plate as a drilling template for the necessary hole markings.
If the wall sleeve does not protrude, a foam tape should be attached to the lower area of the wall sleeve and pressed against the base plate.
Then seal the joints between the weather protection hood and the facade after placing the cover on the sides and above.
Tools: pen, spirit level, dowels, screws (included), drill (5 mm attachment)
Time required: 15-20 minutes
Step 6: Insert the ceramic heat accumulator and connect the reversing fan
First insert the reversible fan from the interior so that you can easily reach it to connect it.
Only slide the heat storage tank in completely up to the weather protection cover after it has been connected.
Important: Disconnect the power supply to the controller when connecting the controller cable (fan bus).
Time required: 5 minutes
Step 7: attach the inner cover
Washable dust filters are included in the scope of delivery. Pollen, fine and activated carbon filters are also available on request.
Make sure that you mount the dust filter correctly in order to avoid a malfunction of the ventilation unit.
The cover can be easily mounted by pressing in the locking lugs on the base plate of the inner panel.
Tools: spirit level, pen, screws
Time required: 10 minutes
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