COATING OF VENTILATION SYSTEMS, OLD LEAKING CHANNELS, CHIMNEYS OR BUILDING SHAFTS

Extends lifespan and improves the operation of the ventilation with a fire-tested and approved product

Traditional relining is classified as fire class B material and must not be used in ventilation. A Class B material is normally flammable, normally heat-emitting and normally smoke-emitting. By usually is meant that it is just as easily flammable and burns as wood.

 

Our coating product is Danish developed and fire-retardant, has been thoroughly tested at both the Danish Technological Institute and the Danish Fire Technical Institute.


Choose coating because it:

  • Extends service life and seals the system

  • Is a sustainable alternative to pipe replacement

  • Is cost effective when renovating

  • Resulting in less energy consumption

  • Is fire retardant and DS428 approved.

  • Is done quickly and efficiently

  • Provides a better indoor climate

COST EFFICIENT AND ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY OPTION FOR REPLACEMENT

With our coating, the ventilation system has an extended service life and improved operation. It has benefits for both you and the environment. With tight ventilation ducts, a better indoor climate and thus lower energy consumption is achieved.

 

For the environment because there are great savings to be achieved by renovation work. A full replacement of the ventilation ducts is often not necessary with our coating solution.

 

We can coat existing ducts, shafts and chimneys so that they can be used as new ducts, for guideways for fresh air intake or supply air.

 

HOW IS THE WORK CARRIED OUT?

When we need to coat (reline) a shaft or ventilation duct, we start by documenting the condition of the work area in question with video or photos before the work begins. Next step is cleaning with our special equipment and then the coating is performed. The coating itself is a technique in which one or more layers of a kind of “rubber skin” are applied. Coating seals minor leaks, reduces air resistance and is fire-retardant.

 

Finally, the finished result is also documented with video or photos for quality assurance and a copy is handed out to the customer.

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