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November 11, 2016

Comparing ERV, HRV, and CERV for Smart Ventilation of your Low ACH Home

Confused about ERV vs. HRV vs. CERV? Don’t feel bad, most designers and builders are. And there’s a lot of contradictory advice in the market and lack of comparative field data. If you like data, join us next Tuesday Nov 15 to set the record straight. Learn what type of equipment is best for your project in your climate zone while keeping it efficient, and maintain¬†excellent indoor air quality? We break it down. RSVP for the Webinar | Read the full article¬†

The choice between an HRV (heat recovery ventilator) and an ERV (energy or enthalpy recovery ventilator), is met with contradictory advice because of lack of comparative field data; and the failure of many residential design models to simulate HRVs and ERVs. Although energy is an important consideration, the primary purpose of fresh air ventilation is to keep the home healthy.
Most ventilation systems use a timed approach which is fine, but we believe real time sensing of indoor air quality is the best way to decide when to ventilate, re-circulate, or do nothing at all. That’s how the CERV gains its energy advantage over HRVs and ERVs. Having an efficient home is great, but only so far as it keeps you comfortable and healthy! Join the webinar on Nov 15 and learn more about how to specify the right ventilation equipment for your low ACH project.

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