SV14 for roof mounting: Dear Hans Joergen Christensen. Having purchased an SV14 for roof mounting on our 60 m2 summer house we now receive a welcome heating supplement – especially during the spring and autumn periods. At the same time the SV14 improves the indoor climate during the cold winter months when it supplies partial heating to the otherwise cold house and replaces the still air with fresh in a natural way.
Soendervig: We are the happy owners of a summer house by the North Sea. We only use the house during the summer season. Some years ago we had air valves made in all the rooms as the house smelt stuffy in spring. It helped a lot, but we were not completely satisfied.
Through a friend we learned about the dehumidification system from "Aidt Miljoe". We drove up to Aidt. Looked at the system and bought two medium sized which we immediately installed in the summer house. Only 6 weeks passed before we noticed a great improvement of the indoor climate. We can only recommend the dehumidification system from Aidt Miljoe .
2100 Copenhagen: 18.08.2004 ... I’m very satisfied with my SolarVenti. The system meets my highest expectations. The indoor climate of my house is quite different now – no damp and no stale “summer house smell” – everything is just fresh.
Log house: We cannot but praise The SolarVenti. It is a fantastic invention. One year ago we bought a log house. We knew from the start that there were death watch beetles in the woodwork – they have disappeared completely – the house smells fresh and nice even after the winter. All cupboards and drawers have been kept open throughout the winter period. Even the bed linen smelled good!! It has been and still is a fantastic invention.
Kastrup: It is impossible to praise your large system (SV14) enough. It has now run for three years to our complete satisfaction, and we are very pleased with it whenever we stay in our holiday home.
2610 Roedovre: Our SolarVenti has now run for a year, started in summer 2002, autumn, winter and now spring 2003. The SolarVenti works far better that we had expected. We used to hang up 4-5 moist removal bags in our 40 m2 house, but the house was still cold and damp in winter.
Broager: Christian Brock, Rugtoften 18, 6400 Soenderborg writes: For your information I want to tell you that it is the best investment I have made in my summer house. We use the house every weekend all year round and never arrive to a house filled with damp. If you need a reference in the area around Flensborg Fjord you may use my name.
Fjellerup: We write to tell you how pleased we are with our solar heating system. We installed it in our summer house and will not do without it. The house is dry and smells fresh, and when we arrive there on a day during autumn or spring we clearly notice that the temperature is a couple of degrees higher inside the house than outside. So we only need a stick in the wood stove to get the house heated. Valborg praises it whenever she gets the chance, and she is happy that the furniture, linen and tableware are never damp. Even when we use the wood stove there is no condensation anywhere. Of course you don’t remember us, because we had the system installed many years ago. We were among the first, I believe, so it is many years ago. I suppose you do not notice how time passes when everything runs smoothly. We have not touched the system since we mounted it. We read that you have developed the system further and therefore we felt inclined to tell you how happy we are with our antiquity. If anybody in the Fjellerup area would like to see it they shall be welcome to drop in.
Marielyst: J. Balk Olsen, Fredriksberg writes in Politiken 22.11.97: .... I want to tell you how we got rid of damp in our summer house and at the same time avoided the typical the mouldy smell, the ‘summer house smell’, related to the problem. We own a summer house in Marielyst near Falster where we have had problems due to the high humidity in the area … I installed an air based solar collector… What makes it so brilliant is that the fan is powered by a separate solar cell so that air is only blown into the house when the sun shines making it possible for the warm air to absorb the damp inside the house. Both smell and damp have disappeared completely as the system runs both summer and winter. It has now been working for four years on free solar power. So it is a solution which I can warmly recommend.
Skive: In week 39 I ordered an air based solar collector incl. solar cell and fans. The delivery was prompt only 3 days later and during the weekend 30/09-00 I mounted the system – easily and simply. The system was installed on the roof of a small annex from 1942 which is situated adjacent to our home. The two store annex is 35 m2 with an open staircase up to the top storey. The air intake is led down to the ground floor in the corner as far off from the staircase as possible. The annex is used by my daughter and heated by a combination of electric heating and wood stove. The insulation is OK but there are no windows facing north and not much light/warmth coming in from the east or west. So the climate is not optimal, but even now when the system has been working for about 10 days only, we notice a significant improvement of the indoor climate. The system does not produce any noteworthy heating supplement but the tempered air renewal is certainly worth the money.
Caravan: Caravan with SV3
Wooden summer house in a plantation: We own a wooden summer house located in a plantation. The optimal sunlight is ‘only’ 4-5 hours a day, but in spite of this we have got at ‘new’ house. We started out with huge damp problems, water on the inside of the windows, moist bed linen, stale air even though this is a non-smoking house. All that is history! The system has now run for 10 years without any problems. The indoor temperature is moderately increased, but most importantly: all the damp has gone, and even though the house is left unused for several months it smells fresh and nice! We have also observed that we have been able to keep the house free of frost during several winter periods without the supply of heat! At least that is our experience…
Jens Lassen: I can only encourage others to have an air based solar collector (SolarVenti) installed. The benefits are so many!
Ornum: Dear Hans Joergen. The solar collector has now been mounted on the house and it appears to be working fine. As soon as the tiniest sunbeam peeps through the fan starts. I’m curious to see the effect during the winter months. I feel inclined to compliment you on the high quality materials and fittings used – they are simply superb. I used to work with glass-aluminium facades so I know the components!
Damp basement: Drying out a damp basement. For AIDT (concerning the SV30)
The power bill from NOE was halved: Not only did the Taulbjerg family halve their power bill in their summer house in Gjellerodde after having installed an SV30 from NOE. The family also had the indoor climate improved both summer and winter. The surplus heating in winter is led into a shed where the tools have never been better: Egil Taulbjerg from Holstebro says that his family has used electric heating in the summer house since 1966. The total power bill has normally been € 1,500 – € 1,600 a year in the 110 m2 summer house. Half of the power bill covered the amount spent in order to keep the house frost free during the winter season.
Soendervig summer house, SV30: