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 In particular, airtightness has the following advantages: In particular, airtightness has the following advantages:
   * prevention of moisture related building damage   * prevention of moisture related building damage
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   * prevention of drafts and cold feet   * prevention of drafts and cold feet
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   * prevention of high heat losses due to infiltration   * prevention of high heat losses due to infiltration
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   * improvement of sound insulation   * improvement of sound insulation
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   * improved indoor air quality (e.g. prevention of pollution with radon from the ground)   * improved indoor air quality (e.g. prevention of pollution with radon from the ground)
  
 An adequate level of airtightness is the basis for: An adequate level of airtightness is the basis for:
   * the use of a variable demand-oriented ventilation (functioning with directed air flows) and   * the use of a variable demand-oriented ventilation (functioning with directed air flows) and
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   * the effectiveness of the thermal insulation without air flowing through it   * the effectiveness of the thermal insulation without air flowing through it
  
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