- Ventilation and air conditioning
- Heat recovery continuous mechanical ventilation
- Centralized heat recovery units for residential continuous mechanical ventilation
Heat recovery continuous mechanical ventilation is a building ventilation system with dual flow and heat recovery that assures constant air exchange in the premises, limiting energy expenditure to the minimum. The ventilation and extraction units with highly efficient heat recovery assure a constant inflow of fresh air, while recovering up to 90% of the heat from the air extracted from the premises.
A heat recovery continuous mechanical ventilation system with dehumidification improves the quality of indoor air thus increasing environmental comfort and the well-being of the occupants, preventing moisture from building up and the onset of mould on the walls.