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Balanced Ventilation System

Enhance Indoor Air Quality with Our State-Of-The-Art Balanced Ventilation System, Designed for Efficient Airflow. Experience Continuous Fresh Air with Minimal Energy Loss.


    As the insulation stops external weather conditions from entering the home and the internal atmosphere can’t exit, the inside air becomes contaminated and polluted due to various chemicals. Further, as the building residents inhale oxygen, they exhale carbon dioxide that pollutes the air within the building. The stale air from the washroom, baths, Kitchen, cleaning products, appliances, heating, and cooling systems also add their share to pollute the atmosphere of an insulated residential building. These scenarios lead to health issues, including asthma, allergies, respiratory issues, and other health-related problems. The solution to this is a well-designed and balanced ventilation system that can throw the stale, polluted air out of the house to have a fresh and healthy living environment for building residents.

    Balanced Ventilation System – Enhancing Indoor Air Quality

    Modern homes are increasingly airtight, enhancing their energy efficiency but often leading to stale indoor environments. A balanced ventilation system is the key to combating this issue, offering a continuous exchange of indoor and outdoor air to maintain air quality without sacrificing the energy efficiency of the home. Heat On’s balanced ventilation systems ensure that fresh air is consistently introduced while stale air is expelled, significantly improving the indoor atmosphere and reducing pollutants that can lead to health issues such as asthma and allergies.

    The technology behind these systems is designed to maintain an equilibrium between the air being brought in and the air being removed, preventing pressure imbalances that could impact heating and cooling systems. This balance is crucial in maintaining a comfortable indoor environment and preventing problems like mould growth and accumulation of indoor pollutants, which are common in tightly sealed buildings without proper ventilation.

    Cost-Effective and Energy-Efficient Indoor Climate Control with Our Balanced Ventilation System

    The balanced ventilation system is not just beneficial for air quality; it also contributes to a more cost-effective and energy-efficient management of indoor climates. By using heat exchangers to recover heat from the outgoing air, these systems minimise the energy required to heat up the incoming fresh air, thereby reducing overall heating costs. This is especially valuable during colder months, where traditional ventilation methods can result in significant heat loss.

    • Energy Savings: Reduces the need for additional heating by using heat recovered from expelled air to warm incoming fresh air.
    • Improved Comfort: Maintains a steady and comfortable indoor temperature by balancing the intake of fresh air with the expulsion of stale air.
    • Healthier Living Environment: By ensuring a constant supply of fresh air and efficient expulsion of contaminants, balanced ventilation systems support a healthier indoor environment, free from odours and pollutants.

    Heat On’s balanced home fresh air ventilation systems are designed to meet the demands of modern, energy-efficient buildings, offering a sophisticated solution to manage ventilation without compromising on comfort or energy consumption. With their advanced technology and cost-effective performance, these systems are an ideal choice for anyone looking to enhance their living or working environment.

    Indoor Polluted Air

    Technology has provided us with numerous luxuries and amenities to make our lives hassle-free; however, there are downsides as well. The famous Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA, has marked the presence of more than a thousand and a half hazardous compounds in homes and buildings. These are synthetic products that, over time, pollute the internal environment of a dwelling. These hazards can have adverse impacts on humans’ health, vitality, and productivity, resulting in sky towering medical bills to recover.

    The EPA has published a list that indicates the top five environmental causes, including indoor polluted air in buildings. The statistics revealed that half of the illnesses and respiratory health-related disorders stem from bad indoor air quality and lack of proper ventilation system.

    Control Internal Environment

    A ventilation system ensures quality air for residents of homes, offices, hospitals, and buildings where humans live or work in any capacity. The ventilation improves the indoor atmosphere by controlling indoor humidity levels and eliminating harmful bacterial growth and contaminants. Here, traditional ventilation fans raise the heating cost in winter as the system will draw cool outside air into the building, causing thermal discomfort to residents. For example, suppose the temperature outside is under five degrees Celsius, and the internal building temperature is twenty-two degrees Celsius.

    In that case, the ventilation fans will catch the cool outdoor air, which will abuse the indoor temperature. The cool outdoor air will rattle your teeth due to suddenly dropped temperatures. As a result, the heating system needs to increase its efficiency to compensate for the dropped temperature and make you feel comfortable. Modern ventilation systems work by recovering heat from the stale air and adding it back to the incoming fresh quality air. This reduces the heating cost of a building by large, especially during the winter season.

    In short, any difference between indoor and outdoor temperatures requires heaps of energy to keep the indoor space at comfortable and acceptable conditions. It means that the greater the temperature difference, the greater the energy consumption. The extra heating or cooling capacity needed because of this is common as the outside air load, while the room load is referred to as heat that is gained or lost not by fresh air ventilation but by heat transferring through the building fabric, the walls, windows, etc. It can also be referred to as heat generated from inside space itself, like from electrical devices. The outside air load and room load determine how hard air conditioning or heating equipment needs to work in the summer or winter.

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