Fitting and mounting of inVENTer ventilations

Easy mounting and various application possibilities!

Easy mounting and various application possibilities!
Our decentralised ventilation systems as well as our extract air systems do not only provide you with a fresh and pleasant climate, but also can be fitted into the wall in just a few steps. In order to achieve a quick and smooth installation of our devices, please refer to the mounting- und operation manuals. You might also want to watch the mounting tutorial.

The following 7 steps will give you an idea of the quick and easy mounting of your ventilation- or extract air system.

Our customer service will be happy to help you with any questions you might have.

 

  • Step 1: Start with a core drill hole

    Tip 1: For new buildings and for timber frame constructions we recommend using the optional wall mounting block. The inVENTer wall mounting block is applied during the shell construction stage, which renders an additional core drill hole unnecessary. 

    Tip 2: The minimum wall thickness varies between160 and 300 mm. It is dependant on the respective ventilation device.


    Tools:
    Milling drill

    Time required:
    5 minutes

     

     


    Step 2: Insert the wall sleeve

    Tip 1: While performing the wall opening, mind a slope of about 1° to the outside. So any possible condensate can run off easily.

    Tip 2: The fastening elements at the wall sleeve are directed towards the inside.

    Werkzeug: Mounting wedge (included at delivery), jig saw, spirit level


    Time required: 10 minutes

     

     

     


    Step 3: Fasten the wall sleeve

    Tip 1: The easiest method to fasten the wall sleeve is to fill the gaps with foam from the inside and the outside.

    Tipp 2: Stabilise the wall sleeve by putting the heat accumulator or a similar object into it , before you fill the gaps with foam, in order to prevent deformations.

    Tipp 3: Cut off excess foam after it has dried.


    inVENTer protip: Seal the wall sleeve with polysyrene discs before you start with the foam. This helps to avoid unnecessary dirt, e.g. rests of plaster.

    Tools:
     Cutter, non oppressive assembly foam

    Time required: 

    • Filling with foam: 10 minutes
    • Drying: 24 hours
    • Cutting: 5 minutes

    Step 4: Apply all sealing tape to the wall sleeve and the base of the weather protection hood

    Tip 1: Remove the polystyrene disc on the outside before you apply the stopper tape to the wall sleeve in order to be able to mount reverse fan and heat accumulator later.

    Tip 2: Apply the sealing tape directly before the mounting of the base of the weather protection hood. This prevents extensive swelling of the sealing tape and simplifies the mounting of the weather protection hood.

    inVENTer protip: We recommend a biocidal preparation / water-repellent pre-treatment of the facade's surfaces around the weather protection hood. Please consult your planner about this!

    Tools: Sealing tape (included at delivery)


    Time required: 15 minutes


    Step 5: Screw the weather protection hood to the facade

    Tip 1: Mount the weather protection hood while the scaffold is still at the outside wall.

    Tip 2: Apply the base before the hood. Use the base as a stencil for the easier marking of necessary drill holes.

    Tip 3: Seal the joint between weather protection hood and facade, after the application of the hood, at the sides and the top.

    Tools: Marker, spirit level, wall plug, screws (included at delivery), drilling machine (boring bit 5 mm)

    Time required: 15 - 20 minutes

     

     

     


    Step 6: Put the ceramic heat accumulator in and connect the reverse fan

    Tip 1: Do not insert the ceramic heat accumulator completely to the weather protection hood until after the connection.

    Tip 2: Apply the ceramic heat accumulator from the inside initially so that you can comfortably reach it.

    Tip 3: Disconnect the power while connecting the controller cable to the controller.

    Tip 4: slide in the connected insert up to the weather protection hood

    Tools: Screwdriver

    Time required: 5 minutes

     

     

     


    Step 7: Apply the inner cover

    Tip 1: The delivery content includes washable dust filters. Pollen filters, fine filters and activated carbon filters are also available on request.

    Tip 2: Make sure the dust filter is correctly applied to avoid a malfunction of the device.

    Tip 3: The cover is easily applicable by pushing in the detent lugs at the base of the inner cover.

    Tools: spirit level, marker, screws

    Time required: 10 minutes

     

     

     

  • Step 1: Start with a core drill hole

    Tip 1: Make the core drill hole on the outer wall.

    Tip 2:
     For new buildings and for timber frame constructions we recommend using the optional wall mounting block. The inVENTer wall mounting block is applied during the shell construction stage, which renders an additional core drill hole unnecessary.

    Tools: Milling drill

    Time required: 5 minutes

     

     


    Step 2: Insert the wall sleeve

    Tip 1: While performing the wall opening, mind a slope of about 1° to the outside. So any possible condensate can run off easily.

    Tip 2: The fastening elements at the wall sleeve are directed towards the inside.

    Tools: Mounting wedge (included at delivery), jig saw, spirit level

    Time required: 10 minutes

     

     


    Step 3: Fasten the wall sleeve

    Tip 1: The easiest method to fasten the wall sleeve is to fill the gaps with foam from the inside and the outside.

    Tip 2: Stabilise the wall sleeve by putting the heat accumulator or a similar object into it , before you fill the gaps with foam, in order to prevent deformations.

    Tip 3: Cut off excess foam after it has dried.

    inVENTer protip: Seal the wall sleeve with polystyrene discs before you start with the foam. This helps to avoid unnecessary dirt, e.g. rests of plaster.

    Tools: Cutter, non oppressive assembly foam

    Time required

    • Filling with foam: 10 minutes
    • Drying: 24 hours
    • Cutting: 5 minutes

    Step 4: Apply all sealing tape to the wall sleeve and the base of the weather protection hood

    Tip 1: Remove the polystyrene disc on the outside before you apply the stopper tape to the wall sleeve in order to be able to mount reverse fan and heat accumulator later.

    Tip 2: Apply the sealing tape directly before the mounting of the base of the weather protection hood. This prevents extensive swelling of the sealing tape and simplifies the mounting of the weather protection hood.

    inVENTer protip: We recommend a biocidal preparation / water-repellent pre-treatment of the facade's surfaces around the weather protection hood. Please consult your planner about this!

    Tools:
    Sealing tape (included at delivery)

    Time required: 15 minutes

     

     


    Step 5: Screw the weather protection hood to the facade

    Tip 1: Mount the weather protection hood while the scaffold is still at the outside wall.

    Tip 2: Apply the base before the hood. Use the base as a stencil for the easier marking of necessary drill holes.

    Tip 3: Seal the joint between weather protection hood and facade, after the application of the hood, at the sides and the top.

    Tools:
    Marker, spirit level, wall plug, screws (included at delivery), drilling machine (boring bit 5 mm), elastic outer sealant

    Time required: 15 - 20 minutes


    Schritt 6: Screw the base of the extract air fan ti the inner wall and connect the extract air fan

    Tip 1: Disconnect the power supply before the mounting of the extract air fan.

    Tip 2: Use the base of the extract air fan as stencil for the easier marking of necessary drill holes.

    Tip 3: Lead the connecting cable through the cable layout (230 V, 50 Hz) before you fasten the base. This simplifies the connection of the extract air fan later. 

    Tools: spirit level, marker, wall plugs, screws

    Time required: 5 minutes

     

     


    Schritt 7: Apply the reverse fan

    Reverse fan Pulsar:

    Tip 1:  Pay attention to prevent that the fan does not get stuck during the inseation.

    Tip 2: You can find your personal PIN-code on the right bottom side of the fan.

    Extract air fan Avio:

    Tip 1: The inner cover of the fan can be slid onto the locking hooks the easiest from the right hand side.

    Tools:
    Screwdriver

    Time required: 5 minutes

     

     

  • Heat recovery of up to 91% - the functionality

    The ventilation with the inVENTer ventilation systems works according to the cross ventilation principle. This means that one device sucks in the fresh air from outside, while the other ventilates the stale air to the outside.

    The operation in pair is advisable. The ventilation devices operate in opposite directions, one in supply air- and one in extract air mode.

    Operating in extract air mode the warm stale air is transported to the outside, while the ceramic accumulator heats up. In supply air mode the fresh air from outside is sucked in and is heated by the ceramic accumulator before it is released into the room. He fresh air reaches the room with a pleasant temperature.

    During summer, the system works as a passive cooling device. The mode "ventilation without heat recovery" enables the supply air rooms to cool down at night. During the day the mode" ventilation with heat recovery" prevents the rooms from heating up, since the ceramic core cools down while transporting the stale air to the outside and thus cools the warm air from outside.

    For the ventilation systems iV14V and iV25 it is recommended to operate them in pairs. The inVENTer iV-Twin combines supply- and extract air mode in one device and is fit for a single room ventilation.

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