For the correct operation of the inhaler, it is necessary to ensure proper ventilation, which corresponds among other things to the proper parameters of the concentration of salt aerosol during the therapeutic cycle.
The most common is the use of two fans. One of them blows air into the technical room, the other one ejects the air from the inhalatorium outside.
The direction of the ventilation train starts from the fan that pumps the air into the technical room. Hypertension is created in the technical room. The Halogenerator produces a salt spray, mixes it with air and blows it into the inhaler. To ensure an even distribution of the aerosol in the entire inhalatory room, an exhaust fan should be installed on the opposite side in relation to the place where the halogenerator is installed. The fan ejects the used air outside.