SmartAIR heat recovery system with zoning is the most intelligent, efficient system on the market. Why is it intelligent?
The ventilation system works independently, based on readings from sensors. Besides knowing how many people are in the house, the system also knows where they are.
Thus, it provides the right amount of air at the right time and place. A situation like this can be achieved by zoning, i.e. by dividing the house into day and night zones in accordance with the natural cycle of the day of the household members.
Obviously, this is a simplified representation of how the algorithms may work. An intelligent HRV system requires sensors spread across multiple rooms to work (min. 2 sensors).
CO2, humidity, and motion detectors measure the air quality level (IAQ), as well as the presence of household members. Once they determine the air demand in a given zone, they send a signal.
As a result, the heat recovery system blows only as much air as is required by the residents, and not as much as the installer intended.
How about the most efficient system that uses as little energy as possible? Are you interested in smart technologies that minimize energy consumption? This mechanical ventilation system with zoning is the solution for you.
Control in the ventilation system with zoning is fully automatic. No resident interaction is necessary.
Installation needs to be adjusted only once. It will then regulate itself to meet the actual needs of the household. The sensor readings will be transmitted to the air handling unit in real-time, so the ventilation system operation will reflect actual needs.
Using that information, the heat recovery unit will deliver the right amount of fresh air at the right time and place.
As long as one of the zones is ventilated, the regulating T-piece sends a signal to the air handling unit to proportionally decrease the airflow, drastically reducing the electrical consumption. The reduced efficiency of the air handling unit reduces the power consumption as well as the energy used for heating.
The efficiency of the ventilation system with heat recovery does not end with the selection of an air handling unit. The air distribution system, including but not limited to ventilation ducts, plenum boxes and distribution boxes, is crucial for the proper operation of the heat recovery ventilation.
And since the lack of insulation is one of the most common mistakes when installing an MVHR system. Therefore, in our offer, installers will find already insulated EPP plenum and distribution boxes that solve the problem of missing or incorrect insulation.
Manifolds FLX-PLO-EPP-R are designed for use in domestic mechanical ventilation systems. They collect 75mm semi-rigid ducting, which is then distributed to the rooms. Typical installations contain from 1 to 2 such manifolds for the supply air and the extract air. Expanded polypropylene (EPP), the material used for the manifolds, is also an insulating material.
An air duct humidifier allows you to regulate the relative humidity in your home. It can also solve the problem of dry air. HomeEvap air humidifiers are energy-efficient devices designed to be installed in mechanical ventilation systems with a maximum air volume of 600 m3/h.
A duct humidifier is installed in the supply duct behind the heat recovery unit, thus becoming part of the ventilation system. As soon as the relative air humidity falls below a certain level (we set the value ourselves), the humidifier kicks in.
It can NOW! With the new HRU-WALL-WI model, You control the wall-mounted heat recovery unit via a free app.
A single room heat recovery unit is a heat recovery ventilation system designed to effectively ventilate a single room (by supplying fresh air and removing used air while reducing condensation). Because these single room mvhr units are compact, they can be installed in an apartment or in an older building where the installation of a traditional ventilation system is impossible or too expensive.
We offer 3 variants of HRU-WALL heat recovery units. The main advantage of the HRU-WALL-WI wall-mounted mvhr unit is the integrated Wi-Fi module.
With the Wifi module, you can operate the device through a mobile application. The WallAIR app can also synchronize the work of multiple units:
This method of ventilation control allows the device to be customized to the needs of each household member. In other words, if one of your household members uses boost mode to ventilate their bedroom, then the rest of the apartment can be ventilated in daily mode 2 at the same time.
Synchronization is done using Wi-Fi, which minimizes heat recovery ventilation installation costs. In this case, You don’t need to connect the units via cables if we install several units.read more
Want to learn more about RAHU? In that case, Eurovent's recent guidebook on Residential Heat Recovery Ventilation Units is a must-read.
Artur Kołacz, Alnor's RAHU Product Manager, is among the HVAC experts who were involved in this Guide. PG-RAHU members from all over Europe collaborated for about two years to create a comprehensive and universal knowledge base about Heat Recovery Ventilation.
His role as product manager at Alnor and expert in RAHU allowed him to not only become involved in the whole project but also contribute a segment about casing (pg.30). Here he discusses the importance of the casing construction and shows the most common types of casing along with his commentary (pros and cons) in relation to thermal insulation properties, airtightness, and comfort.
We are thrilled that Eurovent is promoting IAQ and Mechanical Ventilation, not just through the introduction of new laws and regulations, but also through education for manufacturers, installers, designers, and end-users.
Thank you for your outstanding work and dedication:
Jan Andersson, Vytautas Astrauskas, Xavier Boulanger (Aldes), Jaroslav Chlup, Wolfgang Grassler (J. PICHLER Gesellschaft m.b.H.), Henning Gronbaek (EXHAUSTO), Artur Kolacz (ALNOR Ventilation Systems), Jarek Kurnitski, Gabriel Rojas (Universität Innsbruck), Igor Sikonczyk (Eurovent) Emmanuel Val (Siemens).
The guidebook is free of charge and You can Download it HERE>>>
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With a heat recovery ratio of 89,9%, SlimAIR is a modern heat recovery unit that fits perfectly homes up to 150 square meters. A capacity of 250 m3/h at 100 Pa. SlimAIR stands out from the competition with its universal assembly; 1 unit with 3 mounting options: horizontal wall mounting, vertical wall mounting, and horizontal suspended mounting. Compact size and height of 24.2 cm reduce installation space for mechanical ventilation significantly.
Alnor Ventilation Systems reduces the carbon footprint! We just completed the installation of solar panels on our warehouse roof. 12,500 m2 of roof area was covered with 2,542 solar panels. The installed power of the PV system is 966kWp.
A photovoltaic system will generate an average of 865,000.0kWh (865MWh) of power annually to power our factory. This is roughly equivalent to the average annual electricity consumption of 360 households, while at the same time preventing 702 tons of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere per year.
The use of solar energy is one of the most environmentally friendly methods of producing energy. As opposed to traditional energy sources such as coal, oil and natural gas, solar energy is renewable and "clean", which means it does not pollute the environment or release greenhouse gases.
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Plenum boxes for air valves in MVHRs (mechanical ventilation with heat recovery). The FLX-PLO-EPP plenum box is insulated through the use of expanded polypropylene (EPP), eliminating the need for additional insulation. The ergonomic design of the plenum box and the small diameter of the semi-rigid ducting (FLX-HDPE ) make it possible to mount the entire system in the tight spaces in between the ceilings, saving space. These EPP plenum boxes have a TPE gasket on the spigots - such connections with FLX-HDPE ducts are very secure and easy to install. The air distribution system with EPP plenum boxes achieves class C airtightness.
Why should I use EPP plenum boxes?