Oxygen is an energy-efficient, intelligent and fully programmable heating and ventilation solution which creates a fresh, healthy and comfortable indoor climate in buildings of any age or type. Oxygen’s discreet fan units bring fresh, filtered air from outside to cool and refresh the interior. Jaga’s oXygen system can be built in to any Jaga Low-H2O radiator. Even CO2 levels are constantly monitored, making oXygen the last word in energy-efficient heating and ventilation.
Particularly suited for rooms with high occupancy, such as classrooms, offices and care homes, Oxygen delivers clean, healthy, fresh air on demand and in a highly energy efficient way.
In schools, poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) has long been an issue and has been proven to have a detrimental effect on educational performance. Similarly, in an office environment, good indoor climate is essential for productivity and to reduce sickness and absenteeism. In care homes the need is even more acute as poor IAQ, due to excess CO2, is a real threat to healthy living and occupants’ comfort.
Studies from around the world have shown that IAQ plays a significant role in effective learning and overall achievement of students. In addition to this, ventilation solutions are an important factor in achieving BREEAM standards which are a condition of government funding of new build and refurbishment projects of schools and academies.
• Low energy consumption – with energy savings of up to 15%
• CO2 monitoring and filtering
• High-powered heating
• Clean, fresh air on demand
• Free night-cooling
Oxygen school case study
During the hot summer months when classroom conditions can become particularly uncomfortable for both pupils and staff, schools can take advantage of oXygen’s free night time cooling feature. This is an effective alternative to expensive and energy-intensive air conditioning systems and meets the requirements of the UK Building Bulletin 101 “Ventilation in School Buildings. Watch the video for a case study of the Oxygen ventilation system in Schools and for additional information about the Oxygen system, please click here.