Heat Recovery Ventilators

The Benefits of HRV

With strict building codes to support energy efficiency and superior building practices today, most structures are airtight and suppress the flow of fresh air. Advanced exhaust systems such as a heat recovery ventilator (HRV) or energy recovery ventilator (ERV) are the best ways to ensure energy efficiency but also the flow of fresh air throughout a commercial or residential building.

Promote Air Flow

A heat recovery ventilator is a required part of a building’s mechanical system to uphold energy efficiency while supplying fresh air that is the proper temperature and free from airborne contaminants like mildew, mould, or toxic gases that are commonly produced during daily activities at home or work.

As a cost-efficient way to ensure fresh and climate-controlled air, an HRV makes use of the outgoing stale air to heat up or cool down the incoming fresh air. Not only does this method provide temperate air and cost savings through the energy efficient design of a heat recovery ventilator unit, but is also yields cleaner air.

Improve Air Quality

Poor indoor air quality is something to take seriously as it is linked to a wide variety of physical ailments. The filter in an HRV is constantly drawing contaminants like mould, pollen, and other toxic particles out of the air, cleaning the air as it moves through the system, and improving the indoor air quality at home or work.

Canarm, with VentsUS and Blauberg, is pleased to offer a line of state-of-the-art HRV/ERV products for commercial and residential use.

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