Ventilation of homes with heat recovery
Heat recovery can be integrated in the ventilation of homes. In addition to being environmentally friendly, home ventilation heat recovery systems provide substantial energy savings. It is not always easy to create an ideal climate in the ventilation of homes and buildings. The desire to create a comfortable climate often brings substantial, costly wastage of energy, in the process of heating up cold exterior air being introduced into the building. It is the passion of Recair to develop innovative technologies which enable the industry to create an ideal climate, for minimal cost, and with minimal environmental burden.
Ventilation of homes with energy transfer
Ventilation of homes can be accomplished more efficiently with the aid of heat exchangers. A heat exchanger transfers the heat from spent interior air to the freshly introduced exterior air. This principle is employed widely in industry, in motor vehicles, and in homes and offices. Heat exchangers specially developed for ventilation with heat recovery from spent air are known as "recuperators". Recair develops and manufactures such "recuperators" -- heat exchangers for air-to-air heat exchange in ventilation applications, based on heat recovery.
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