Heat Recovery, Ventilation & AC
Good ventilation is a necessity in energy-efficient buildings.
Savings and ventilation
The majority of energy consumption in buildings is used for heating, cooling, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) – but the potential for savings is great. Insulation and draught-proofing help conserve energy – but to ensure the health and wellbeing of people living and working in buildings, fresh air, by way of ventilation, is essential.
Recovery of 65% to 85% of the costs
The most energy-efficient form of ventilation is “Active Ventilation”. Here, the ventilation application is equipped with heat recovery and filters the air to prevent hazardous particles from entering the building. Through heat recovery, 65% to 85% of the costs of heating fresh ventilation air can be recovered.
Danish companies are far advanced
Denmark has a long tradition of implementing technologies and systems to improve the efficiency. This has resulted in substantial reduction in energy use. Danish companies are far advanced in the development of heat recovery components – and even more efficient technologies are on the way.