Eurovent welcomes new member Airmaster, one of the leading Danish manufacturers of ventilation units. Their membership was approved during the association’s Board of Directors meeting in September.
Established in 1991, Airmaster is a manufacturer of decentralised ventilation units with heat recovery. It is one of the market leaders within decentral ventilation with a primary market focus on school buildings, kindergartens and some working offices mainly in northern and central Europe. Located in Aars, Denmark, Airmasters has its own test centre with modern facilities such as airtight and soundproof areas.
Mr Joakim Hansen, Business Developer at Airmaster, remarked: “We have previously followed Eurovent’s activities on the sideline through our activities in the Danish national association VELTEK. However, with the increasing focus on decentralised ventilation, which is happening on the European ventilation market, we believe it was the right time to become full members of Eurovent.
Airmaster has through time been an innovation hub and lighthouse for decentralised ventilation. We look forward to, together with other members of Eurovent, help set the agenda for decentralised ventilation, as we move closer and closer to EU’s 2030 goal of decarbonising buildings, where sustainable ventilation technology is going to play a major factor.”