We spend more than 85% of our time indoors, in houses and offices.
As today’s buildings embrace energy-saving ideas and high-rise designs, and their architectural structure is characterised by high density and insulation, natural ventilation cannot be utilised effectively.
Natural ventilation by opening windows brings in dust and noise, making it difficult to maintain the ideal indoor environment.
Ventilation can be compared to the respiratory system of a building — good ventilation guarantees the health of the building and the people in it.
However, if you live in a poorly ventilated house for long, you are likely to be vulnerable to sick house syndromes, e.g. dermatitis, headache and asthma.
People also encounter problems with new house syndrome. This refers to symptoms including pain in the eyes, nose and throat, headaches, nausea and allergies that affect people who spend a lot of time indoors. The main culprit is the inhalation of indoor air polluted by construction materials or smoking.
Research has shown enclosed structures where ventilation is poor are especially vulnerable to this syndrome.
The ERV ensures polluted indoor air is removed and fresh air is supplied. Clean air is sent into your home, allowing your ventilation system it become the basis for healthier living.
The technology ensures the loss of heating and cooling energy is minimised, meaning that not only are you living in a healthier environment, but you are also saving money and energy while doing it.
What else does the ERV offer?
Proper indoor humidity is maintained through heat exchange.
The innovative technology, which takes environment into account, guarantees a stable ventilation of two-way speed exhaustion.
Filtering of dust
Outdoor dust is filtered to make your living space cleaner and more hygienic.
Site-specific application and installation is possible with the diversified products — ceiling built-in, window, console types, etc.