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air to air heat exchanger ventilation system residential

Ventilate your home with an air heat exchanger

air to air heat exchanger residential

    For humans, ventilation is the process of the exchange of air between the lungs and the atmosphere to exchange oxygen with carbon dioxide in the lungs. It is crucial to have quality fresh air for healthy lungs and to avoid respiratory problems. Ventilation is crucial for the residents of buildings to provide them healthy living environment. For building engineers, ventilation is the forced introduction of fresh outdoor air into living places to control indoor air quality. Air to air heat exchanger manipulates the indoor atmosphere by diluting and displacing indoor pollutants.

    Further, the ventilation also allows controlling and modifying indoor temperature, airflow and humidity, while the ambient thermal comfort is possible via an air heat exchanger. You could design your home for natural ventilation through the passive flow of outdoor air through windows, louvres and doors. However, you can’t force the outdoor and indoor air to exchange; rather, it’s a natural phenomenon. The mechanical ventilation includes supply fans to push the stale indoor air outward and draws fresh outdoor air inside the building.

    How MHRV Works:

    Buildings need fresh air for indoor air quality. The amount of ventilation required for the commercial and domestic structures depends on the number of people breathing in that place. More people means they will inhale more oxygen and exhale more CO2, thus creating some suffocation. This could even problematic for some people who have developed respiratory issues. Fresh air is required to make the indoor space acceptable. You would require fresh indoor air due to the presence of indoor pollutants. Fresh air must be drawn to rule out the poor odour and stale air. The source of stale air and rotten smell may be the bathroom or kitchen. Ventilation is also crucial in the current coronavirus pandemic. The fresh air flow into habitable areas limits the transmission rates by diluting the concentration of virus particles in the air.

    Opening doors and windows during mild weather conditions are possible as there will be minimal outdoor air in the internal atmosphere. The extreme outside weather will interfere with the internal environment of the building. For example, the outdoor temperature is between 35 to 40 degrees Celsius, while you want to maintain an indoor temperature between 22 to 24 degrees Celsius. Here, introducing outside fresh air will cause the internal temperature to rise, making indoor space warmer, resulting in overload to the cooling system. You will face the same conditions during the winter season. The outside temperature will also decrease the building’s temperature, and your heating system will consume more energy to maintain internal heating. The air to air heat exchanger works to increase the temperature of fresh outdoor air.

    To elaborate further, the MHRV for domestic ventilation uses 100 litres a second of fresh air enters the HRV and passes through the air to air heat exchanger residential before being supplied to require area. Same time, 100 litres a second of fresh air being exhausted from the residential building enters the HRV, where it passes through the opposite side of the heat exchanger. The fans in the HRV provide the supply and exhaust airflow. Some of the heat from the warm exhaust air transfers to the cold outside air without air mixing to increase the temperature of incoming cold air.

    The heat exchanger air to air by Heat On is capable of providing heat recovery of up to 93%, and the recovered heat will reduce the heating cost in winter. It means you are enjoying fresh quality air while reducing the electricity consumption same time.

    Get Your Heat Exchanger Today:

    Call us today to get the state of the art ventilator for your home. Our technical support helpline is +61 421 798 594 or email us at paul@heat-on.com.au

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