Energy Recovery Ventilator
The Core of a heat exchanger is formed by plates of specially made paper, chemically treated on the surface, called heat transfer clapboard. The corrugated plates and flat plates are placed staggered
against each other, glued together to form a cube shape. Such structure enables the Core to have greater capacity of heat transfer and moisture permeability. When there exist differences of air temperature and partial vapour pressure in any two sides of the Core, heat transfer and moisture transfer will be triggered. Thus the total heat exchange process starts.
Dunnair’s CounterFlow Energy Recovery Ventilator features:
- Ceiling Type
- Ceiling Slim Type
- Ceiling Type with Coil
- Vertical Type
- Horizontal Type
Air flow range from 80 L/sec to 5000 L/sec.