Vetroventilato® actively controls the temperature of the rooms inside the building, thanks to its built-in electronic and mechanical system.
The triple glazing system is only 50 mm thick and a slim 25 mm with double glazing, which is fitted with a microperforated technical curtain.
Vetroventilato® manages the hot air buffer which is created within its cavities:
- in summer, the hot air is conveyed directly outside the building;
- in winter, the hot air is reintroduced into the room, working in conjunction with the existing heating systems.
Vetroventilato® has smaller heating and air conditioning systems, which means both your purchase and running costs are considerably lower.
Vetroventilato® also efficiently reintroduces clean air back into the room, thanks to the filters fitted at the bottom of the frame where the air enters.
And since Vetroventilato® keeps the whole room at the same temperature, you can make full use of the space near the windows and glazing.
Rendering of a large window.
The motorised fan (controlled by sensors) helps extract the air from the room through the bottom section. The air enters the ventilated cavity between the pane and the curtain.
In the ventilated cavity, the air from the room pushes out the air which has been heated by solar irradiance.
Now the air has reached its hottest temperature, it is expelled by the fan; in the summer it is conveyed directly outside the building, bringing about considerable savings in the use of air conditioning units.
In the winter it is reintroduced into the room to heat it, working alongside traditional heating systems.Should there be no solar irradiance, Vetroventilato® shuts down but can be reactivated to air the room.
Upon request, the fan and curtain on the Vetroventilato® Windows can be powered by a small photovoltaic panel fitted directly into the window frame.