Mechanical Controlled Ventilation
Ventilation of indoor environments has become essential, not second to what is universally known as climate control.
The ventilation process is efficient and controllable only with a dedicated mechanical system.
WHAT IS Mechanical Controlled Ventilation?
Also called forced ventilation, this is a modern technology that saves energy by filtering and recycling stale indoor air.
MVHR systems like Aircare ES, are dual-flow ventilation units: one duct takes moist, stale air out; the other duct brings clean, fresh air in. This means you get the correct air change inside a room without opening the windows.
Aircare has a very efficient heat exchanger that can recover up to 82% of the warmth in the exhaust air and transfer it to the incoming supply air. The Aircare filter module prevents bad smells, smoke or dust (even the finest) from entering the building.
When the building doesn't have a full-house Mechanical Ventilation System, a ductless solution is an effective option.
IF YOU OPEN THE WINDOWS, YOU WASTE MONEY AND YOU DON'T CHANGE THE INDOOR AIR HOW YOU EXPECT
The usual process of opening the windows to air rooms is now outdated: it is no longer effective, it disperses energy unnecessarily and the air change is not effective.
WHAT'S THE RIGHT AIR CHANGE?
The binding relevant industry legislation generated by more than 30 years of scientific research can answer this question. There's nothing to invent: the criteria to follow to size the ventilation system is clearly specified in the legislation covering ventilation of buildings.
Mechanical ventilation is a “hot” topic, the direct consequence of the spreading concept of passive houses.
The need to minimise energy waste means buildings are increasingly sealed: they are extremely airtight and there are no draughts. However, the drawback is that they also create the perfect environment for the growth of mould.
Aircare keeps the right balance between energy saving and perfect ventilation.
OK BUT HOW MUCH WILL IT COST ME?
Comparison of consumption of a Single Room mechanical ventilation unit and other common home appliances