Creating healthy indoor air

Air quality within modern well-insulated buildings often suffers as a result of society’s drive to conserve energy retaining heat in the winter and cooled air in the summer. Heat recovery units (HRUs) from Elta Fans’ Building Services division can help solve the problem and add to the cost savings achieved by the ventilation process.

Most large buildings are designed to receive most of their clean, outside air through a relatively small number of intakes in their ventilation system. For air within any occupied building to be clean to breathe, it should be replaced with fresh air every two hours.

Elta Fans’ Komfovent range of heat recovery units has quiet operation levels and is designed to change the air every two hours, continually replacing stale damp air with fresh, warmed, clean and filtered air. The highly efficient units can be installed to create healthier indoor air conditions and comfort in hotels, schools, colleges, libraries, nurseries, offices, conference halls and other premises. Easy to mount and maintain, casings are of compact design, allowing for easy fitting in confined spaces.

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