ERVs are an important ventilation strategy for eliminating up to 80 percent of the outdoor ventilation air moisture and energy loads for many types of applications. To maximize their benefits, it is equally important to specify serviceable components that can be easily maintained for the life of the system.
Both models feature a compact 16-inch chassis – ideal for ceilings and small spaces – and a best-in-class hydroscopic resin energy recovery core with no moving parts for maintenance savings and long-lasting comfort.
Georgia Tech has an ongoing commitment to sustainable design and architecture. At their Atlanta campus, the University has invested in advanced Energy Recovery Ventilation (ERV) systems to provide comfortable and energy efficient indoor environments for more than 23,000 enrolled students.
Most building owners/managers don't know to the degree to which they may see financial benefits from creating healthier buildings. This is a prime opportunity for contractors to fill the void and explain how to achieve healthier buildings through improved IAQ.
Increasing awareness of benefits, rising demand for improving IAQ are driving growth
August 5, 2016
The global market for energy recovery ventilators (ERVs) is projected to reach $3.39 billion by 2021, increasing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.4 percent from 2016 to 2021, according to a report published by MarketsandMarkets.
New York Institution Improves Comfort, Efficiency in Mechanical Retrofit
March 9, 2015
The newly renovated wing of the Finger Lakes Technical & Career Center includes offices and conference rooms, which are now being conditioned using variable refrigerant flow (VRF) technology and ventilation air supplied by three Systemair AB Topvex energy recovery ventilators (ERVs).
Properly Matched Components Will Provide a Quiet System and Smoother Installation
October 10, 2014
Zehnder America announced it is now locally sourcing in the United States both its new ComfoFlex ducting and register boxes as part of its comprehensive approach to providing a heat recovery ventilation (HRV) or energy recovery ventilation (ERV) system with properly matched air distribution components.
Advances in heat and energy recovery ventilation technology, driven largely by industry standards and increasingly stringent building codes, have pushed manufacturers to offer multiple energy-saving ventilation solutions contractors can choose from for new and retrofit projects on residential and commercial structures.
In this issue of The NEWS, we present the Residential Heating Showcase, featuring the latest heating equipment to hit residential HVAC. We also discuss developments in the tools and test instruments market.