General

Heat recuperation
Like people, buildings need to breathe too. To maintain healthy indoor air, a certain amount of fresh air needs to be continually drawn in, at the same time as an equivalent amount is exhaled to the outside. Usually this ventilation takes place through leaks in the building or by occupants opening a window. However, the problem is that the outside air being drawn in is usually at the wrong temperature and will have to be heated or cooled.

With the Recair core installed in your building’s heat-recovery ventilation (HRV) system, you can have fresh air every day of the year at an affordable price. In cooler climates, Recair’s patented heat-recovery technology uses the heat of the air that is being removed from the building to heat the air that is drawn in. In warmer climates, the reverse process takes place. In both cases, the result is constant fresh air at a comfortable temperature. No valuable interior space is lost due to insufficient comfort near air inlets in the facade.