In kitchens, bathrooms and toilets humidity as well as odours develop. That is why Westa Air Control extracts the used air right here. Simultaneously, the same amount of fresh and cleaned air streams into all of the other rooms without there being a draft. During this process the WAC central control unit ensures that the warmth of the exhaust air is carried onto the fresh and newly supplied air. The tube and conduit system, the mufflers, the machine technology and the high-performance heat recovery to save energy are the core elements of the Westaflex controlled household ventilation. The building components system ensures that on-site nothing is missing and that no time is lost during assembly.
The Westa Air Control (WAC) for new buildings and for subsequent installation after renovation has taken place produces a healthy, pleasant climate in all rooms. The WAC retains and increases property value. Nowadays all buildings have to have an Energy Performance Certificate so that both buyers and tenants have all necessary information on energy usage at their disposal. And Westa Air Control helps to reduce this. Check out our website: westaflex.com
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WESTAFLEX® is a large global HVAC brand, owned by German company Westaflex Holding. Fresh air together with peace and quiet leads to a good quality of life. Westaflex in Gütersloh provides its innovative air conditioning and exhaust gas products to vehicle manufacturing, construction and trade customers on a global basis. These also include silent ACs for HVACR, be it in new buildings or those being renovated. Numerous product and process patents show the innovative spirit of the family-run business, headed by Dr. Peter and Jan Westerbarkey. Westaflex has a proven track record, not just among the wholesale trade and within the vehicle manufacturing industry. Even the Federal Environment Agency in Dessau uses Westaflex technology. The company began in 1933 when Lorenz and Ferdinand Westerbarkey, formerly prisoner of war during the Nazi era developed a coil-based tube forming maschine, the first stable and any-shape tube of its kind. The company's owner, named it Westaflex, from their family name Westerbarkey (meaning Westerflex HVAC products). Internationalisation during the 1960s propelled the WESTAFLEX brand to a wider global market. With presence in 32 countries on five continents, Westaflex engages in the majority of their business within Europe and North America.