Heat Recovery+Ventilation

Today: June 22, 2017

As building efficiency is improved with insulation and weatherstripping, buildings are intentionally made more air-tight, and consequently less well ventilated. Since all buildings require a source of fresh air, the need for HRVs has become obvious. While opening a window does provide ventilation, the building's heat and humidity will then be lost in the winter and gained in the summer, both of which are undesirable for the indoor climate and for energy efficiency, since the building's HVAC systems must compensate. HRV technology offers an optimal solution: fresh air, better climate control and energy efficiency.


Air To Air Heat Recovery and Ventilation

We have on display a Daikin VAM heat recovery unit. In today’s well insulated and tightly sealed buildings it is important to replace stale air with fresh “tempered” air.