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Sustainable renovation with focus on good indoor climate

Global environmental challenges, increased energy regulations in the building industry, and the lack of resources such as coal and oil require us to take action and to show an interest in the more sustainable and future-proof alternatives in the building industry.

Much of the existing building stock faces major renovation and this presents an opportunity to introduce more sustainable and energy efficient initiatives in the building industry.

KE Fibertec is ready to contribute with a sustainable ventilation solution following our introduction in October 2012 of the world's first Cradle to Cradle certified ventilation duct - CradleVent®.

Cradle to Cradle is about taking responsibility of the entire life cycle of a product, from cradle to cradle, i.e. from manufacturing to recycling. When our textile ducts are no longer usable we take them back for disassembly and the various parts will be recycled in another technical cycle.

Think about the indoor climate

Sustainability is not only about the building but also about the people working there. It is a well-documented fact that good indoor climate increases our power of concentration and causes less absence due to sickness. Therefore the indoor climate is an essential parameter when considering energy renovation.

By prioritising good ventilation at the workplace you prioritise your employees. A good indoor climate will result in a healthy and effective staff which again will reflect directly on the bottom line. 

Save energy

An environmental focus will not only result in reduced CO2 emissions but also in reduced energy costs. These are responsible and sustainable initiatives, however, showing respect for the environment is also good business. Energy savings and the ability of giving an account of these savings both as a material supplier and as a contractor will be future requirements, and our trade must be prepared for that.

Textile ducts from KE Fibertec can be washed when the textile material after a period has accumulated dust and dirt. Washing the ducts saves energy as the power consumption in generating the required quantity of air is reduced when the duct is clean. It is considerably easier to clean textile ducts compared with steel ducts, and this is also the reason why only few clean their steel ducting systems.

Tailored solutions

From a renovation aspect it may present a problem to fit the ventilation ducts into existing buildings. Here textile ducts are characterised in that they can be fitted to each individual room. The ducts will be designed so that they in colour, shape and size match the room in question thus becoming part of the architecture.

Sustainability is the road ahead

The journey towards a more sustainable world has just begun. International certification institutes such as DGNB, LEED and Breeam at construction level and Cradle to Cradle at product level are gaining ground in order to ensure proper documentation for the safety of all parties.

According to a research from 2011 by Arkitema and BullsEye Communications three out of four operators in the building industry anticipate a growing demand on sustainable buildings. Here in 2013 we can say that this trend has proved correct - and will continue unabated. Sustainability is becoming an more and more important competitive factor.

Textile ducting from KE Fibertec part of award-winning sustainable building
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New material concepts
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High-performance ventilation system in happy colours
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BIM objects for textile ducting
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BIM objects for textile ducting are now available in Revit. Read more...
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Visit us at the ACR Show 2016
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KE Fibertec UK will be exhibiting at the ACR Show 16-18 February 2016 in Birmingham which is the only national exhibiti
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KE Fibertec shortlisted for Service and Maintenance Initiative of the Year
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KE Fibertec have been shortlisted for Service and Maintenance Initiative of the Year for our InTex Pressure monitoring
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High impulse system maintains conditions in close control warehouse
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Chemco in Ireland recently had a textile ducting solution installed in a warehouse. By doing so they got an even air di
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Active displacement textile ducts at the new RNLI All-weather Lifeboat Centre in Poole
20-03-2015
The RNLI needs to build 6 new lifeboats a year to replace the current fleet and to do that they required a new building
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Ecobuild - 3-5 March 2015
10-02-2015
KE Fibertec UK is exhibiting at the Ecobuild 2015 in London. Ecobuild is the world's leading event for sustainable desi
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Fabric ducts with nozzles provide comfort conditions for holiday-makers
22-08-2014
Center Parcs Woburn Forest is the biggest Subtropical Swimming Paradise in the UK, the new holiday resort opened in Jun
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Mary Rose Museum Fitted with KE Inject high induction ducting
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After 7 years of design work with Gifford/Ramboll, the Mary rose is now being carefully dried with the help of KE Fiber
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Energy savings of 25% by changing to textile ducts
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In Holland the swimming pool Zwembad De Viergang te Pijnacker replaced their steel ducts with textile ducts. It gave th
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Sustainable renovation with focus on good indoor climate
23-09-2013
Global environmental challenges, increased energy regulations in the building industry, and the lack of resources such
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Fabric ducting from KE Fibertec reaches Olympic heights
11-06-2013
While the Olympic athletes are getting ready for the competition of their life, fabric ducting supplier KE Fibertec has
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Better air distribution in hospitals
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Building a hospital is complicated - especially the installation of the ventilation system. It is common knowledge that
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