Green Ventilation guides you towards the most sustainable solutions

In light of global climate change, sustainability has never been more relevant than it is today. In response, at the Systemair Group we have redefined and extended our Green Ventilation concept.

Previously our Green Ventilation label only indicated that a product contained an energy-efficient EC motor. Now, to meet high demands on sustainability and to challenge ourselves, we have expanded its scope to address other key environmental factors. As a result, Green Ventilation is now a trustworthy environmental performance benchmark for our products.  

“Green Ventilation is a simple guide to choosing the most sustainable solutions within our portfolio. Only products that meet easily verifiable sustainability criteria are entitled to carry this environmental performance mark.”

Pablo Varela, Global Product Director at the Systemair Group
Pablo Varela
Global Products Director, Systemair Group

Green Ventilation includes hands-on sustainability criteria for each product area

For each Systemair product area a set of sustainability requirements define when a product qualifies for the Green Ventilation label.

The defined requirements are not just “green marketing”, they are measurable and verifiable.

In addition to energy efficiency, Green Ventilation addresses the product’s impact in terms of Indoor Air Quality, safety, comfort, global warming potential, and more.

Green Ventilation requirements are reviewed frequently to reflect technological advances and to continuously raise the bar.

Green Ventilation guides you towards the most sustainable solutions within our product portfolio

It combines various measurable requirements and certifications into one label, limiting the array of “stickers” products receive.

Reduces the need for complex (EPD) Environmental Product Declarations, which are often difficult to compare with similar information from other sources.

It provides peace of mind when you or your client demand high sustainability requirements.

Green Ventilation is based on a set of globally appliable, general sustainability principles

Next to product-specific Green Ventilation requirements, the following general principles are always applicable independent of the location or solution.

Our products always comply with current and upcoming European Union Ecodesign requirements – or comparable legislation in other regions.

Energy efficiency is central to our products and solutions, enabling ever-lower energy usage in buildings, thereby avoiding greenhouse gas emissions.

We focus on circularity when developing products, considering material choice and efficiency. We design for durability, repairability and upgradability.

Our manufacturing facilities and supply chains continuously reduce their carbon footprint through many initiatives, including taking measures to increase energy efficiency and reducing dependence on fossil fuels.

Worldwide, minimum product requirements

In the following, we guide you through each product area and outline the criteria for when products are entitled to carry our Green Ventilation label.

Air Handling Units (AHUs)

Minimum requirements for AHUs to receive Green Ventilation label:

  1. Eurovent Certified Performance with A+ energy class

Are Eurovent certified with an A+ energy class for either heating or cooling conditions. Through Eurovent, performance figures are certified with units tested in accredited, third-party laboratories. The certification includes annual selection software and factory audits, verifying our high production standards and data quality."

  2. Casing components
    Are #HygienicByDesign, meaning the plastic casing components in the airflow are ISO 846 compliant."

  3. EC fan and motor technology
    Contain EC fans with an IE5 efficiency class."

  4. Energy recovery
    Include an energy recovery system, ensuring that your heated or chilled air is recovered and not wasted in the environment."

  5. Integrated control system
    Possess an integrated control system with minimum functionality, including demand controls for temperature, humidity and CO2."