Air Valves

Air Valves

When the ducts from several rooms are linked together, it is necessary to position the valves in the various rooms so that the duct distance between them is as long as possible to reduce the risk of noise being transferred from one room to the next. Alternatively, a silencer can be used.

In bedrooms and living rooms, the valve must be placed as far from the door as possible to achieve the optimum through ventilation.

In bathrooms, the valve should be positioned, if possible, over the part of the bathtub or shower that is farthest away from the taps in order to achieve the optimum through ventilation.

If you have a sloping ceiling in a room, the valve should be positioned as high up as possible to avoid the occurrence of air pockets with no ventilation.