Ventilation Services

Welcome to Celcius Ventilation Services

The air we breathe plays a crucial role in our health and comfort, yet its quality is often overlooked. At Celcius, we understand the importance of clean, filtered air for both residential and commercial environments.

The filtration panels in ventilation systems work tirelessly, capturing impurities and ensuring a constant supply of clean air. Regular maintenance is essential to keep these systems running smoothly, especially since they operate 24/7.

With the average person inhaling approximately 3.4 litres of air every minute, the dangers of poor air quality are evident. Ventilation maintenance is vital to mitigate these risks, from reducing the buildup of grease in kitchen extract systems to meeting strict cleanliness standards set by building occupants and legislators.

Clean ventilation systems not only promote human well-being but also contribute to energy efficiency and cost savings. By lowering energy consumption and extending equipment lifespan, businesses and homeowners can allocate budgets more efficiently while enhancing the cleanliness of their operations or living spaces.

As we move towards reducing CO2 emissions in domestic properties, ventilation systems play a crucial role in achieving these goals. Heat recovery systems, for instance, help meet new building regulations by recirculating ventilated air efficiently and maintaining a clean and comfortable indoor environment.

At Celcius, we stay abreast of renewable heating technologies and innovative solutions to provide our customers with the best possible service. Our ventilation inspections include thorough visual assessments and recommendations for improving system efficiency through enhanced maintenance and fault remediation.

Investing in heat recovery and ventilation systems is an investment in the health, comfort, and efficiency of your space. Celcius are Hampshire based and provide services across Andover, Basingstoke, Bournemouth, Chichester, Eastleigh, Fareham, Fordingbridge, Guildford, Havant, Petersfield, Poole, Portsmouth, Reading, Romsey, Salisbury, Southampton, Tidworth, Waterlooville, Winchester and surrounding areas. Contact our team at Celcius today. Let us help you breathe easier and live better.

Practical Recommendations for Buildings Services Operations

Switch air handling units with recirculation to 100% outdoor air so NO recirculation.

Increase Air Supply and Exhaust Ventilation

In buildings with mechanical ventilation systems, extended operation times are recommended. Time ventilation to start at nominal speed at least 2 hours before the building opens to staff and public. Switch to lower speed 2 hours after the building has opened to staff and public. It is not recommended to switch ventilation systems off in any buildings, even those temporarily vacated, but to operate them continuously at reduced speeds.

Demand-Controlled Ventilation Systems

Change CO2 setpoint to lower, 400 ppm value, in order to assure the operation at nominal speed. Keep the ventilation on 24/7. At nights and weekends, do not switch ventilation off, but keep systems running at lower speed.

Temporarily Vacated Buildings

Continue to operate ventilation systems continuously at reduced speed, as this will ensure minimal energy usage but will help to remove virus particles out of the building and from surfaces.

Outside Air

Maximise the supply of outside air as much as reasonably possible while maintaining or increasing the social distancing (min physical distance 2-3 m between persons) among employees in order to foster the ventilation cleaning effect.

Window Airing

In buildings without mechanical ventilation the use of opening windows is recommended, even if this causes thermal discomfort. In buildings with mechanical ventilation, window airing can be used to further boost ventilation, but the balance of air within the building has to be considered to ensure no infiltration of foul air from wash rooms enters other parts of the building when doors are opened to gain access.