INSTALLATION OF A MURAL INSTALLATION OF AN EXTRACTOR EXTRACTOR EXTRACTOR GLASS INSTALLATION OF A GLASS MATERIAL LIST OF AERATION AND VENTILATION THE SHORT CIRCULAR GLASS: It consists of a sliding gear and a cup to be set agai nst the glass. THE SCREWDRIVER: A model of nibs will work with all the types of screws. THE GLUE GUN: A thermoplastic melt glue stick in the gun. After applied, the glue dries very quickly. THE ELECTRIC DRILL: Please note the following crit eria: power, electronic speed control, reversing the direction of rotation. GLOV ES: A solid pair of gloves is essential to manipulate the glass The quarrel: He wears a diamond or carbide metal gear UNIVERSAL Clamp: For use w ith all she can press to cut or bend. PUTTY THE GUN: A button to eject the cartridge or silicone caulk. SIERRA METAL: She saw allows plastics and metal. . LADDER: will work with greater security in a model with landing. V.M.C.. AERATION AND VENTILATION Ventilation: a new building equipped with integrated electrical heating and doub le glazing needs a system of controlled mechanical ventilation (VMC). The VMC pr ovides fresh air in the spare room and evacuated the air filled with kitchen, ba throom and toilets. RECOVERY OF HOT AIR: This saturated air is expelled quickly through the roof. In more sophisticated systems the air is first led into a heat exchanger that recovers and restores their calories in the fresh air that goes to the parts room. This device saves up to 20% of energy. AIR EVACUATION: Each piece an air inlet positioned on the roof sucks the stale a ir to be driven through flexible tubes (diameter: 80, 125 or 150 mm.) To a box l ocated in the attic under the roof . From there the air is expelled through an o pening in the roof (the rush chim cap). SPEED: The VMC system must operate continuously. You can choose between two spee ds: the lowest possible to treat a minimum flow of air. The aspiration speed can be adjusted in each piece and the adjustment is made in the drawer. AIR VENTS: natural inputs of fresh air are not sufficient to feed a controlled v entilation system. Therefore should be placed on the front grilles of aeration ( flow rate of 15-30 m3 / h), usually in the top of the window frames. Some allow regulation of airflow. V.M.P. AERATION AND VENTILATION PRINCIPLE: In a house already inhabited, especially if there are multiple story lines would be very complicated place to the attic. Just put a fan in every room i ndividual wet, placing as high as possible and close to the source of contami nation. This is known as VMP mechanical ventilation particular. EXTRACTOR HELICA L: To evacuate the contaminated air directly through a window or a wall without ducts, install an extractor (or aerator the two names designate the same device) helical. These devices are mechanical or electrical, and are recommended where needed air flow (no pressure).

CENTRIFUGAL EXTRACTOR: If you have a flue short, vertical or horizontal position an exhaust (propeller -) centrifuge. Placed in any position, can renew a high f low of stale air with medium pressure. THE EXTRACTORS A TURBINE: If your flue is long or angled, rather choose turbine centrifugal extractors. They offer a significant pressure and flow. It is essent ial to equip them effluent lines of hoods and clothes dryers to prevent condensa tion. AIR CIRCULATION: The operation of a pump causes a slight depression: the outside air is thus "sucked" into the interior, which compensates for the volume of air evacuated. It is preferable to create a fresh air intake vents placed in the wi ndow frames to rior to do with a fan. V.M.P. AERATION AND VENTILATION MAKING THE AIR: You must, of course, provide a fresh air inlet placed in the roo ms where a pump. Place a ventilation grille in the door of the room, as far as p ossible to the pump and as close to the ground under the door or leave an openin g large enough (2-3 cms.). RENEWAL OF AIR: To respect the rules of hygiene and ensure maximum comfort, air renewal should be a given number of times per hour, according to the local funct ion, this number is obtained by a coefficient. Calculate the volume of the piece (add the parts with which it communicates). FLOW: Multiply this amount by the r ate of air exchange to find the maximum flow rate (m3 / h) of the extractor. To include losses in long or bent ducts Take care to an apparatus of power slightly higher than the results of its calculations. Toilets: In the toilet, place a fa n in the wall or ceiling. The coefficient to be used here in its calculations is 8 or 10. If your pump is equipped with a timer, the coefficient is only 7-9 The flue diameter is 10 cm. BATHROOM: In the bathroom, extractor also choose to place on the wall or ceiling , or a pump for glass. The coefficient of air exchange is here 6-8, 5 to 7 for a pump timer. The diameter of the pipe will de10 or 12.5 cms. according to the in strument used. KITCHEN: In addition to the kitchen extractor over, you can choose for this piec e a wall or ceiling fan. The renewal rate is 6 to 10. The diameter of the evacua tion will 1O or 12.5 cms. INSTALLATION OF A MURAL AERATION AND VENTILATION EXTRACTOR OPEN The GAP: Most, built-in extractors have a rectangular box. To drill the hol e in the wall necessary, use a chisel and a mallet. If you cut a brick, hit the top down to achieve a clean break. UNIT PLACEMENT: Once the hole, place the pump housing in place. Power Cord depen ding on the junction box Thread the wires through the opening provided for that purpose. ROUND HOLE: To practice a hole in the wall or round (to pass the flue), draw a c ircle on the wall and then drilled into all around a continuous line of holes. I f necessary, complete the job with a hammer. In a hollow wall, be careful to pro perly align the two holes. OUTLET DUCT: A duct exit is a ventilation grille, mounted on a body usually with concentric sections are sawn in the appropriate diameter (just with hacksaw). A pply silicone around the edge of the last section, to obtain a watertight joint.

GRILLE Aeration: The aeration grid that is placed on the outside of the wall (an d sometimes must ride yourself) is provided with shutters mobile, ie thin sheets that are only open when the air is expelled outside. Closed, they prevent the e ntry of fresh air. INSTALLATION OF A GLASS EXTRACTOR AERATION AND VENTILATION LOCATION: Before installing an exhaust fan in a window, make sure it is flush wi th the outer side, which would hinder the actions of the blind. If no such probl em arises, desgonce the wing and put it to bed with mastic or flashing upward. DIAMETER OF THE DEVICE: Where place the appliance, the diameter of the cut trace with a marker (5 mm. At least the framework). Point to the center of the diamet er with a perpendicular line: there must place the circular glass cutter suction cup. The glass cutter CIRCULAR: It comes with a suction cup which is fixed on the rod that carries the cutting tip. Adjust the length of this rod, apply oil or paint thinner on the glass and then practice a slot on the route of the circle in one motion. THE CUTTING OF GLASS: To facilitate the operation, continue tracing with the gla ss cutter, concentric circles of decreasing diameter, then with a quarrel inside the circle draw lines. Completion of the operation: tTo the glass cutter, tap the bottom of the glass a long the grooves until you see white lines. Free and the center of the circle. W ith the notched side of the tool, break inside the circle to get a clean cut. Re move imperfections. INSTALLATION OF A GLASS EXTRACTOR AERATION AND VENTILATION THE ADAPTATION TRIÃ NGUL0: To save the work of the court circular, you can simply get a triangle of adaptation: it is a special triangular plate which has already cut a circle. It is then enough to cut a circle in the glass, with a quarrel. PLACEMENT OF THE TRIANGLE: Place the triangle in place, fasten it in its longest side, with the sealing edge. The two sides hold the right angle with putty. You can mount the extractor FOREIGN DIRECT EVACUATION: As an evacuated glass exhaust air directly outside, j ust a spiral model. Remove from packaging, set it on the glass with a tight junc tion or, where appropriate, with screws. Follow the manufacturer. CONNECTION: Finally, make the electrical wiring. Connect the wires of the flexib le power cable to a junction box. Attach the cable to the window (with a glue gu n). If the exhaust is carried on with a string, it should hang unhindered.