Heat Recovery Ventilation Systems
Sweeney Renewables supply ORCA PICO50 local ventilation with heat recovery systems. The heat recovery ventilation systems (HRV systems) are suitable for renovated and newly constructed buildings. The solution will reduce the heating costs in your home and bring a freshness to your living areas.
Benefits of HRV systems
Heat recovery ventilation systems, also known as HRV systems provide home owners with optimal living conditions in each room of their home. The system recovers heat from air that evaporates from hot water that is used in kitchens and bathrooms and transfers this heat to the fresh air that is ventilated into the home. By reusing energy this system can save you money on both heating and cooling costs. Heat recovery ventilation systems are suitable for new and renovated passive houses.
Ventilation systems of the individual rooms are ready-to-use ventilation devices, continuously supplying fresh air, cleaning the air, and at the same time removing the exhaustion air from your rooms
According to sustainable heat losses in every home, this technology for heat recovery is highly economical and modern.
Ventilation devices are individual and useful in every phase of the projects, either when planning the ventilation equipment for new buildings, including post-fitting, as well as when renovating old buildings, or buildings, for which the central ventilation is economically inappropriate.
Efficiency of power generation with ventilation devices is very high, up to 90 %.
Easy and comfortable
Ventilation systems have a compact size and do not require separate connecting elements or air lines. They are ready for immediate use
The Operation of the system
The ventilation system may operate in reverse mode with energy recovery or only in ventilation mode without energy recovery.
The warm exhaust air is removed from the room through the ceramic heat collector. The exhaust air heats and moistens the ceramic heat collector and radiated up to 90% of the heat energy. After some time, the ceramic heat collector is warm enough and the ventilation system starts supplying the air.
Cold, fresh external air flows in through the ceramic heat collector, removing the stored heat and moisture until it reaches the room temperature. When the ceramic heat collector is cooled down, the ventilation system switches back to air exhaustion. Switching between the air supply and air exhaustion is repeated every 70 seconds.
At Sweeney Renewables we often get asked questions regarding our Heat Recovery Ventilation Systems. Below you will find the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.
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To Learn More about Heat Recovery and Ventilation Systems
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