Saving energy on the basis of heat recovery..!
Recair Sensitive heat exchangers are a step in the right direction towards saving energy. You will lower your basic costs for energy use and, equally important, you will use fossil fuels responsibly. Heat exchangers transfer energy in the form of heat from one substance (e.g. gas or liquid) to the other. They are used on the basis of saving energy in industry, motor vehicles and houses, including refrigerators and storage heaters.
Saving energy through reusing warm air
In a heat exchanger, the transfer of heat leads to saving energy. Incoming and outgoing airstreams will first be separated through a strong barrier (for example a lead through). In order to avoid a difference in temperature between the two airstreams, the heat of the warmer airstream will be transferred through this barrier to the cooler airstream. The second law of thermodynamics applies to this. This law states that heat moves from a warmer area to a cooler area. This way you will be saving energy as the heat of the warm air that leaves the building is transferred to the cool, fresh air that enters the building. This also applies vice versa.