HOW DOES MVHR WORK
Heat Recovery Ventilation
Heat recovery is a domestic heat recovery system, which is increasingly used to reduce the heating and cooling demands of buildings. Heat recovery systems typically recover about 60–95% of the heat in exhaust air and have significantly improved the energy efficiency of buildings.
A mechanical ventilation system with heat recovery (MVHR), will get rid of unwanted stale air and replace it with fresh air from outside, whilst recovering and recycling the warmth at the same time
Make Energy Savings!
MVHR recovers and reuses up to 95% of the waste heat within your property and has a direct impact on the Dwelling Emission Rate required for the Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP) energy assessment and ultimately reduce your carbon footprint.
When the heat is kept within a property and recycled there is a noticeably difference in heating requirement. This is a key advantage for anyone looking to improve the efficiency of their home of working environment
Feel the difference in a more comfortable environment
Allergies – all internal air is filtered. Because of the high specification of the filters many airborne pollen or allergens are kept away from internal living areas. Asthma, hay fever and many serious allergies are often worse at home. Anyone suffering from any allergy would feel far better in a controlled air environment.
MOISTURE & HUMIDITY
MVHR Controls Condensation
An MVHR system will control moisture and condensation in your property and not only put a stop to condensation on windows but also the development of damp and mould growth to ultimately improve indoor air quality.
Even when there are no visible signs, the moisture content of the air can have an effect on the property and the occupiers.