The Heat Recovery Ventilator has a streamlined design and simplified balancing so there's no need for overhead ducting. The ventilator uses the heat in stale exhaust air to preheat incoming fresher air, making it great for extreme cold weather.
The Heat Recovery Ventilator optimizes air flow in your home by exchanging stale air for fresher air. Reduce indoor air pollutants such as carbon monoxide as well as lingering odors from smoke, food preparation and more.
With a lightweight, compact design, the ventilator works with your central heating and air to eliminate the need for overhead ducts and time-consuming installation. Plus, it uses the heat in the exhaust air to preheat incoming air, so you enjoy a more comfortable home with the high performance and efficiency of the Heat Recovery Ventilator.
The Heat Recovery Ventilator efficiently exchanges stale air for fresher air, so you can enjoy improved indoor air quality with the benefit of energy efficiency. Introducing outdoor air into the home helps maintain positive pressure and reduce lingering odors from smoke, food preparation and more.
The Heat Recovery Ventilator works with your heating and cooling system to exchange stale indoor air for fresher outside air at regular intervals. But it also works independently to ensure your family is breathing fresher air whether the furnace or air conditioner is running or not.
Determine whether you need an Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) or a Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV) by the climate where you live. HRVs are used for colder climates because the ventilator can use the heat from stale exhaust air to preheat incoming air for a more comfortable home.