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heat recovery

The extraction of heat from any heat source such as lights, engine exhaust, etc.
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"Through current renewable heating incentives and feed in tariffs the Photo Voltaic panels, Vilavent heat recovery ventilation and a Pellet feed boiler system all contribute to Hobournes currently earning sizeably more in income than it actually costs to run.
More researches confirm that the use of heat recovery ventilation systems in public-, educational institutions.
Ventilation: Because zero energy buildings are so airtight, an energy efficient heat recovery ventilation system is required to provide fresh filtered air.
The apartment building, which has commercial space on the ground floor, is a simple super-insulated "dumb building." No technology or complicated mechanical systems are involved, just a simple envelope, high quality windows, and high-quality air control through Heat Recovery Ventilation.
It will also fit apartment heat recovery ventilation, wet and dry risers, a sprinkler system, smoke ventilation, above ground drainage, rainwater services and building management system controls.
16 April 2015 - UK-based ventilation products supplier Volution Group plc (LSE: FAN) has completed the transaction to acquire 100% of the shares in German decentralised heat recovery ventilation supplier BrA1/4ggemann Energiekonzepte GmbH, the company said on Thursday.
Super tight houses should have heat recovery ventilation systems, also known as air-to-air heat exchangers.
For the new-built passive school buildings with heat recovery ventilation system, indoor air quality and thermal comfort should be particularly investigated to answer the common doubts on the classroom air quality by the closed windows and airtight building envelopes.
The third option in Section 6.5.7.1.4 recognizes listed air-to-air energy recovery equipment (also referred to a heat recovery ventilation or HRV) as a compliance path for 90.1.
Our innovation is effectively a passive heat recovery ventilation system.
"We are also looking at expanding our product offerings in ventilation systems, which will include heat recovery ventilation units to save energy," said GaE1/2tan Pierrefeu, managing director, Aldes Middle East FZE.