Elevating air quality and sustainability
Menerga places the highest value on quality and sustainability, which is reflected in our many certificates. Our certifications are not only an expression of our commitment to excellence, but also of our responsibility towards the environment and people.
Particular focus is placed on ensuring good indoor air quality for people's health and well-being. Our innovative technologies focus on sustainable solutions that increase energy efficiency and reduce environmental impact.
The combination of recognised certificates and advanced technologies enables us to offer high-quality and environmentally friendly indoor air systems that meet both the comfort and sustainability goals of our customers.
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is a green building rating system developed by the U.S. Green Building Council in 1998.
Well Building Institute (IWBI) is an international system provider for the WELL Building Standard (WELL), the first rating system that focuses exclusively on the goal of positively influencing the comfort, health and well-being of users through the design of buildings and interior spaces.
This is a rating system for the sustainability of buildings and real estate that has been in practice since 1990. The system was developed to reduce the environmental impact of buildings, improve the quality of life of users and increase the value of real estate in the long term.
Eurovent is a European association of manufacturers of air conditioning, ventilation and refrigeration products. It sets standards for the performance and energy efficiency of these products and certifies them to provide reliable information to consumers, professionals and regulators. Eurovent certification serves as a mark for products that meet the high technical requirements and standards set by the industry and European legislation.
A passive house is an extremely energy-efficient building that has minimal heating and cooling requirements thanks to careful planning and high-quality construction. It uses natural resources such as solar radiation and waste heat from occupants and appliances to create a comfortable indoor climate. Efficient insulation, airtight construction, optimised windows and sophisticated ventilation technology are essential components. The ventilation systems not only provide fresh air, but also use heat recovery to preheat the supply air. The aim is to minimise energy consumption and CO2 emissions and to promote sustainable construction.
Ventilation and air conditioning systems (AHUs) play a crucial role in creating a pleasant and healthy indoor climate in buildings. These technical systems provide a continuous supply of fresh air, regulate the temperature and humidity, filter pollutants and improve the air quality. This not only increases the well-being of the people in the rooms, but also increases productivity. AHUs are indispensable in a wide range of applications, from residential buildings to offices and industrial facilities. They play a major role in creating a comfortable and healthy environment and make an important contribution to the energy efficiency and sustainability of buildings.