Use Silenceair in your design solutions today
For noise affected buildings requiring acoustic controlled ventilation,
Mechanical Engineers recommend Silenceair.
- CODE COMPLIANT SOLUTIONS
- SIMPLE AND FLEXIBLE TO DESIGN
- FAST AND EASY TO UPDATE YOUR DOCUMENTS
- LOWEST COST SOLUTION FOR YOUR CUSTOMERS
When designed in conjunction with a fan driven exhaust system, such as the bathroom exhaust or an externally ducted kitchen fan, the silenceair system becomes an mechanical exhaust ventilation system under AS 1668.2. The high acoustic performance of the vents will maintain the perimeter acoustic barrier to the apartment that was identified in the Acoustic report
The silenceair system is simple to design, it does not require complex and time consuming ducting layout and sizing calculations. The silenceair gif symbol is located on the appropriate wall location, and the text added to your specification.
Document updates are made easy with the simplicity of the Silenceair system. As the architectural design changes, there is no need to continuously move and relocate ductwork and registers. The silenceair symbol on your drawing can be easy relocated, or simply remain in place as wall and window dimensions change.
The Silenceair Exhaust ventilation system is the lowest cost solution for your customers. By utilising the existing bathroom or kitchen exhaust system to create a negative pressure in the apartment, and strategically placing the Silenceair modules in the habitable rooms, you can design a code compliant ventilation system. The system can be augmented with a package A/C system to address extreme weather events. Sienceair modules are also ideal for providing make up air to ducted A/C systems without the need for additional ducting and bulkheads to external air intakes.
TESTIMONIAL FROM VINCE
“We have been involved over the years with numerous projects affected by Aircraft, Rail or Road Noise. To satisfy the DA Approval Conditions for noise management, we specify “the Silenceair system”. This system provides an economic and fast building Installation solution to satisfy the acoustic ventilation issues for the building.
Other systems involving equipment were at least 10 times more expensive and caused loss of floor or ceiling space.
We would be most happy to specify “the Silenceair System” again on any of our future projects where the circumstances warrant outdoor noise control and the provision of outside air to the occupied space as per the requirements of AS1668.2-201 and NCC Section F Ventilation. “
CME CONSULTING ENGINEERS