Balanced ventilation that brings fresh air into the home while retaining up to 60% of the energy value of the exhaust air, and rejecting about 40% of the moisture in the fresh air stream, when compared to mechanical ventilation products with no heat or energy recovery
Reduces the workload for your humidifier (dry seasons) by retaining up to 40% of the moisture from the humidified air leaving the home; similarly, it reduces the workload for your dehumidifier, air conditioner or heat pump (humid seasons) by rejecting moisture from the humid air entering the home (humid seasons)
Balanced ventilation that brings fresh air into the home while retaining up to 60% of the energy value of the exhaust air, compared to mechanical ventilation products with no heat recovery
Balanced ventilation with two, independently controlled German-engineered motors that help ensure correct pressurization of the home when compared to single motor ventilators
HRV (Heat Recovery Ventilator)
The Clean ComfortTM brand VH Series HRV works by bringing cool, fresh air into your home, while expelling dry, stale air. This is particularly helpful during the winter months when dry, stale air can continuously circulate inside your home. The heat from the stale indoor air is transferred to the fresh, outdoor air brought in by the HRV, maintaining the comfort and freshness you need year-round. It‘s like opening a window to allow fresh air into your home without affecting your indoor comfort.
ERV (Energy Recovery Ventilator)
The Clean Comfort brand VE Series ERV functions similar to an HRV, but it also helps to manage humidity levels in your home. During the summer months, the ERV ventilation system helps to remove excessive humidity brought in from outdoors, so the air will be fresh and comfortable — no matter what the temperature or humidity is outside. During the winter, when your home can feel dry due to a lack of humidity, the VE Series ERV will help keep humidity in your home, so your humidifier doesn‘t work overtime and you don‘t suffer the effects of winter dryness.