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Passive Ventilation With Heat Recovery

Reduce your energy consumption with Passive Ventilation

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    Spending time outside of the home in an ambient environment to inhale fresh air is a good idea. However, we have to spend most of our time in buildings, either at home or at work. Passive ventilation with heat recovery or PVHR is a process to get fresh air quality regularly and diminish the rate of heat loss using the ventilation system. It is quite a simple process where thermal energy is being transferred by extracting it from outgoing air to fresh incoming air. The ventilation system ensures to eliminate the internal air pollutants, dampness, and stale air.

    Heating becomes vital during the winter season, where most of the buildings operate various types of heating products, including space heaters, infrared heating panels, gas heaters, and others. Ventilation system that depends on building cracks, the opening of windows and doors tend to throw the indoor heat out of the house and waste all the thermal gains. This not only causes thermal discomfort but also increases the load on your heating infrastructure and sky-towering energy bills.

    Passive Ventilation System:

    The traditional ventilation system may include the opening of windows, a hole in the wall covered with a plastic grill helmet, or a vent. You don’t have control over such a ventilation system and have no idea what amount of fresh air you are getting? Is it sufficient for your existing building and residents? You have no idea how much the window or vent-based ventilation is throwing stale air out of the house. You could even observe wet areas in your home in that case. The plus side of a mechanical ventilation system is your ability to maneuver things in your favour.

    The MHRV system has a simple design that functions by recovering heat from exhaust air and transfer that heat to fresh incoming air using a heat exchanger. The traditional ventilation system doesn’t recover the heat, causes thermal discomfort to residents, and scales the monthly energy bills. After the addition of recovered heat to the fresh incoming air, the system distributes it where required using the duct network. Each of the wet rooms is fitted with an extract valve to draw stale air and indoor air pollutants from the damp area, while the living rooms are supplied with a supply valve to provide you with fresh air.

    The heat recovery ability lowers the burden from the existing heating system of the building and results in significant savings on the monthly energy bill. During the winter season, the temperature of outdoor cold air could be freezing. Heat-on is a heating company based in Australia that offers state-of-the-art energy products to Australian homeowners. Our heat recovery ventilators help you ventilate your home and maintaining the indoor temperature as these products come with up to 93% heat recovery efficiency. The system is intelligent enough to avoid contamination of fresh air with stale indoor air as the mechanism only recovers heat, not the pollutants.

    Easy Maintenance:

    The passive ventilation with heat recovery system by Heat-On offers an easy DIY maintenance guide. Depending on the outside environment, you would require to replace the air filter of HRV every nine to twelve months. Our system works like the lungs of your home. These ventilators impact your life positively by improving the indoor living atmosphere.

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    We are an energy leader in Australia; our customer service team will look after all your needs. We are serving the Australian market for over the last fifteen years. Give us a call at 1300 7370 104 or at +61 421 798 594 for technical support.

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