Does the operation of a ventilation system cause draught in the flat?

No: The amounts of air that are continuously supplied by a room ventilation system are very small (air velocity lower than 0.1 m/s).

Additionally, with Pluggit the air enters at temperatures of approximately 18 °C in contrast to ventilation by opening windows or exhaust air systems. Furthermore, with Pluggit no long throw nozzles are required due since the position of the air outlets can be freely chosen so that the air enters the room at the right place at very low air velocity, preheated, if required, (displacement ventilation) and supplies the entire room with fresh air (cross ventilation).

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