- A perfect indoor climate - once and for all
- How to discover problems with the indoor climate
- Causes of indoor air problems
- Health and well-being with home ventilation
A perfect indoor climate with home ventilation
- Heat recovery ventilation units - how it works
- Which size of home ventilation unit?
- Installation and dimensioning
- Vertical and horizontal models
- It is so easy with Dantherm home ventilation
- Energy conservation with Dantherm heat recovery ventilation unit
- Approvals and certificates
- Wide range of accessories
- Case stories - home ventilation
- Heat recovery home ventilation - product descriptions
- Connection to Building Management System
Heat recovery ventilation
units - how it works
A heat recovery ventilation unit provides a clean, fresh environment in your home. It delivers fresh filtered air from outside the building to the living and bedrooms and extracts stale air from high moisture areas such as bathrooms, kitchens and laundries. At the same time it recovers up to 95% of the heat from the exhaust air and transfers it to the incoming air. With a heat recovery ventilation unit you can maintain a high air quality without excessive additional energy costs.
Integrated humidity sensors constantly monitor the relative humidity in the rooms and the air volume supplied to the house is automatically adjusted untill an adequate air quality is obtained. A Dantherm heat recovery ventilation unit will provide continual clean air with a minimal heat loss.
The benefit is increased comfort and big energy savings!
The heat exchange takes place in the counterflow heat exchanger. It consists of two separate, isolated air flows. One air flow is connected to the outdoor air and the other is connected to the extract air - in a way that the air flows are never mixed. Up to 95% of the heat from the extract air will be recovered and transferred to the incoming outdoor air, thus reducing energy bills, and making it a worthwhile investment.
A Dantherm heat recovery ventilation unit can change all the air in the house over a three-hour period approximately.