Hybrid system

The ventilation systems from LUNOS are based on a demand-oriented flow through the entire living area. The products can be used to implement systems that cleverly combine heat recovery & exhaust air. Click here to see our fans for hybrid ventilation.


Possible components

The following systems can be used at the marked locations:


The benefits of a hybrid ventilation system

  1. Energy efficiency through heat recovery: Hybrid ventilation systems use the waste heat from the exhaust air to heat the fresh air supplied. This increases energy efficiency and reduces heating costs.
  2. Demand-based ventilation: Sensors monitor air quality and humidity, allowing the system to automatically adapt ventilation to requirements. This ensures efficient ventilation in line with demand.
  3. Healthy indoor air quality: By monitoring pollutants and CO², hybrid systems ensure consistently high indoor air quality, which has a positive effect on health and well-being.
  4. Adaptability to different building types: Hybrid ventilation systems are flexible and can be integrated into both new and existing buildings. They adapt to different architectural requirements.
  5. Reduction of air conditioning requirements: Some hybrid systems allow the use of outside air for cooling in warm months. This can reduce the need for air conditioning, which saves costs and is more environmentally friendly.

1. How does heat recovery work in a hybrid system?

Heat recovery uses the waste heat from the extract air to heat the fresh air supplied. This makes efficient use of energy and creates a pleasant indoor climate.

2. Which rooms are particularly suitable for hybrid ventilation systems?

Hybrid systems are suitable for living spaces, offices and other areas where demand-based ventilation is required and energy consumption needs to be optimized at the same time.

3. How is a hybrid ventilation system controlled?

It is often controlled automatically by sensors that monitor air quality and humidity. However, users can also intervene manually to adjust the settings.

4. Are hybrid ventilation systems equally suitable for new and existing buildings?

Yes, hybrid systems are suitable for both new and existing buildings. They can be adapted to different architectural conditions and usage requirements.

5. What role does air quality play in hybrid ventilation systems?

Air quality is crucial. Sensors monitor pollutants and CO2 and adjust the ventilation accordingly to ensure healthy and comfortable indoor air quality.

6. Can a hybrid system also help to cool the rooms?

Yes, some hybrid systems allow the use of outside air for cooling in the warmer months, which can reduce the need for air conditioning.

7. What maintenance is required for hybrid ventilation systems?

Maintenance includes regular cleaning of filters and checking of sensors. Some systems offer automatic alerts when maintenance is required.

8. What are the financial benefits of hybrid ventilation systems in the long term?

The energy efficiency and reduction in energy consumption lead to cost savings in the long term. They also increase the value of the property thanks to a modern and sustainable ventilation system.