Heat Recovery Ventilation
A heat recovery system, also known as 'mechanical ventilation heat recovery,' is a system that operates between two air sources at different temperatures and is used to reduce the heating and cooling demands of a building whilst improving the air quality.
A typical recovery system is made up of a core unit, which has fans, filters and the heat exchanger. Ducting is run throughout the house to vents which allow air in and out. These mechanical ventilation systems can recover 60-90% of the heat in the exhaust air and can significantly improve the energy efficacy of the buildings. The more airtight your home is, the better the heat recovery will be.
Heat Recovery Systems also feature a filtration system to reduce dust and pollen in the home, and can also reduce moisture, condensation and cooking smells. Mechanical ventilation systems such as these are commonly used in homes looking to adhere to Passive House standards.
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