Heating systems are related to the production of heat for buildings. DALEMANS systems are designed to prevent the risk of explosion caused by hydrogen, methane, propane or butane gas leaks.
Ventilation systems are used in underground car parks, swimming pools and even public areas. DALEMANS systems detect health-endangering gases - carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, CNG, LPG, chlorine, ozone and carbon dioxide - and controls the ventilation of the space.
Air conditioning systems are associated with the use of refrigerant. DALEMANS systems can detect any gas leak - ammonia, hydrocarbon, carbon dioxide and freon - dangerous for humans and/or noxious for the environment (ozone layer).