A ventilator air cleaner is an essential item to have in your home in order to keep air from becoming stale.
There are two separate kinds of these products: local ventilators and whole-house ventilators. Both have their own way of functioning and ensuring the air in your home is kept fresh.
- Exhaust locally produced humid air, odours, gases and particles.
- Are ideal for homes with workshops in the garage, basement or anywhere else, or in homes where chemicals are worked with often.
An example is a kitchen range hood or a bathroom exhaust fan.
- Continuously exhaust a home’s entire volume of stale air.
- Bring in an equal volume of fresh air from outdoors.
- Help control humidity and dilute harmful gases, such as from insulation, press-wood furniture, carbon monoxide, cigarette smoke, etc.
These are often sold as heat recovery ventilators or energy recovery ventilators, as they both recover some of the energy you’ve put into the air before it becomes exhausted outside. In either case, a few looks at their benefits makes it clear that a ventilator air cleaner is crucial when it comes to ensuring that the stale air in your home is sent away and the air indoors is safe to breathe again.
- Keeps the home supplied with a steady flow of fresh outdoor air.
- Expels stale, warm air.
- The heat recovery core warms the incoming fresh, colder air before it is distributed throughout the home.
- No unpleasant drafts distributed.
- Provides necessary ventilation while controlling excess humidity.
- Recovers the heat in cold season.
- Recuperates the energy trapped in moisture.
- Improves the overall recovery efficiency.
- Limits the amount of moisture expelled from your home.