Freiberger Platz pool complex, Dresden
Swimming pools are some of the most energy intensive buildings. At water temperatures at around 30 °C, approx. 0.4 liters of water per hour evaporates per square meter of water surface. This enormous amount of evaporation leads to a correspondingly high humidity inside the swimming hall. This can cause significant structural damage. The people present are also no longer comfortable when the humidity is very high.
The main purpose of the ventilation systems is therefore dehumidifying and keeping the hall air temperature constant in the most energetically efficient manner and providing the amount of fresh air required to create proper hygienic conditions. The highest efficiency is achieved through the combination of plate heat exchangers with heat pumps integrated in the unit, like are preferentially used in our Swimming pool dehumidification equipment.
In addition to the technical device concept, the quality of the control and regulating algorithms is also very important. The HANSA control technology enables the optimal control of the humidification units, wherein the most efficient operating mode is automatically selected in each case.
In order to equip your project with the optimal control system, we adapt our regulating routines to your individual operating conditions. Thus we preserve the value of your investment and create a pleasant climate for your visitors and employees.