Linervent for consultants and ventilation companies

Our end customers often need assistance with their procurement of duct sealing. Duct sealing is often a subcontract in a larger ventilation project (e.g., fan replacement). Here, we summarize what consultants or ventilation companies might want to know about the Linervent method.

Ducts that do not leak are important

A well-functioning ventilation system is crucial for the building's energy performance and living environment. Duct sealing ensures functionality during renovation measures. This guarantees that the correct airflows are achieved after adjustment, providing clients with a secure way to obtain approved OVK (mandatory ventilation control) and residents with a better indoor climate. Energy is also saved as airflows out of the building are minimized.

Linervent - easy to procure

Linervent's systems are tested and approved and meet the highest environmental and safety standards, including Byggvarubedömningen and Sunda Hus. Currently, installers cover all of Sweden, the Nordic countries, and northern Europe. This allows for efficient procurement of a Linervent installation. Most installers have extensive pipe lining experience and have completed large and small projects using Linervent. In cases where installers are new, Linervent always provides support to ensure high-quality installation.

Our goal is always for the end customer to feel secure with their investment, the execution, and the relationship with our installers.

We have prepared procurement materials to simplify the process for consultants and others looking to procure a Linervent project. Email us to access them.

Minimal impact - Great benefits

Linervent installations typically do not require reconstruction, leading to less disruption and faster project completion for duct sealing. The flexible lining follows all duct bends, corners, and dimension changes. This flexibility is often a decisive advantage for Linervent, as other methods may require reconstruction or even demolition for ducts with bends, which is very costly.

In practice, the Linervent method can seal ducts with minimal impact on residents' lives. Generally, access to the apartment is needed for two short visits over two working days, with minimal disruption.

Efficient process and installation

A Linervent installation typically involves using an extruder from the roof or attic of a building. The lining is usually impregnated elsewhere, often in the basement or a corridor. Visible parts of the ventilation system, such as spiral ducts in the attic, are removed and replaced. It is easy to connect to the seal by fitting a purpose-cut pipe at the end of the sealed duct for a smooth transition.

Ventilation contractors get a fresh new system to connect to, and the installation is guaranteed to function.