Efficient ventilation ensures good, healthy air quality for the building’s occupants and avoids adverse health conditions and is a mandatory requirement of current building and design regulations in accordance with CISCE guidelines.

Although some form of ventilation is usually an essential requirement, it can prove to be the most significant heating (and cooling) load of the building. Consequently, heat (energy) recovery can deliver dramatic energy savings. Wnen combined with the most appropriate form of control, such as carbon sensing (demand ventilation), energy consumption can be minimised and comfort optimised whilst ensuring Building Regulation compliance.


Ambient undertakes projects from concept to completion, providing energy efficient management of your building’s internal environment.

The packages that Ambient offers incorporate highly efficient heating and cooling systems, together with ventilation systems to provide conditioned fresh air to the buildings, in addition to extracting stale air from the building (effectively changing the air), removing excessive humidity, odours, microbial contaminants (mould, bacteria etc.) and gasses, including carbon monoxide.


Large numbers of workers in Britain contract occupational lung disease and other debilitating or life-threatening conditions, including cancer, each year. Diseases of this kind are contracted by inhalation of fumes, too much dust or other air borne contaminants in the work place.

Ambient’s Local Exhaust Ventilation systems are designed to remove air borne contaminants or dilute the contaminant to a safe level before they are inhaled.


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