If you were offered the opportunity to ventilate your house, would you choose to install a ventilation system that introduces air from your ROOF CAVITY into your house or would you choose a system that delivers FRESH CLEAN air from the outside?
Would you choose a system that in winter pushes COLD DIRTY air from the roof into your house or a system that whilst extracting stale moist air from your house introduces FRESH AIR from the outside and that is capable of RECOVERING the HEAT from the outgoing air through a heat exchanger and push it back into your house with the CLEAN EXTERNAL AIR?
Would you choose a system that HOPEFULLY will deliver clean air into your home or would you choose a system that delivers 99.99% filtered air at 0.3 microns through its Camfil Farr HEPA filters?.
The choice is yours and I trust that you will make the right decision.
Massimo Biscuola - Managing Director
• Does not introduce air from a roof cavity that may contain pathogens, dust and micro particles that are not removed by filters and are introduced into the house through positive pressure;
• Does not reduce the fan speed to zero when the air temperature in the roof cavity is the opposite to the desired temperature in the house, hence stop its primary function of ventilating the house;
• Does not overstate air changes per hour;
It does however:
• Remove stale moist air from the house
• Introduce fresh filtered air from the outside
• Filter the air through its Camfil Farr slim line HEPA filters
• Keep the internal pressure of your home as well as ventilate modern "sealed' houses
• Meet Clause G4 of the Building Code for fresh air ventilation
• Recover latent house heat through its cellular counter flow air-to-air heat exchanger that is transferred to the incoming air at an efficiency of over 84% and offers the option of adding the energy efficient Heatbox heating units
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