Heat recovery recycles energy in your building to lower your utilities bills while keeping you compliant with building regulations. Heat recovery ventilation provides fresh air and climate control while reducing energy output.
Air flow is essential, particularly for industrial and commercial facilities, but bringing in fresh air changes the temperature and humidity of your building. Your HVAC system has to compensate for these changes, the energy cost of which can be significant.
Ventilation can reduce the cost of heating the air your building by using either a large central unit, or a number of smaller units in each room. Ventilation ensures you meet building regulations prescribing a certain turnover of fresh air while minimising energy expenditure.
Smart building controls can be installed to take complete control of HVAC systems, resulting in even greater efficiency savings.