Rest, relaxation and a pleasant environment especially for ship and ferry passengers is top priority.
Passengers should feel as comfortable as possible while on board. In addition to comfort, the issue of air quality, air conditioning in cabins and suites, passenger lounges and facilities used by the ship’s crew are paramount.
The special characteristic of ships, unlike the hotel sector, is that central air treatment/purification units are common and that the rooms on board are without direct primary air. Therefore, the reliability and availability of systems, which are both economically beneficial and environmentally friendly and can also be integrated with other installations, plays an important role.
Sauter’s open systems have demonstrated their high level of optimal adaptability to meet the individual requirements of a ship.