Heat-recovery ventilation reaches new levels of efficiency

Published:  12 October, 2009


Greenwood Airvac’s Fusion HRV2 whole-house heat-recovery ventilation system has a specific fan power of 0.47 W/l/s and a heat-transfer efficiency of up to 93%. These performance figures are said to make the units the most efficient of their type on the market.

These compact units are suitable for houses and apartments with two or three bedrooms. They easily pass through a loft hatch and can be installed by one person.

Its performance satisfies SAP Appendix Q and achieves EST best-practice performance levels.

Features include integrated filters, flying lead, energy efficient EC motors and pot controls on the body of the unit so it is easy to commission on site.

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