Energy recovery ventilator(ERV)

This energy-efficient ventilation method minimises the energy lost in air conditioning.

Simultaneously supplying and exhausting air on a mechanical basis allows heat and humidity to be exchanged, reducing air conditioning costs.

Image of the structure of an energy recovery ventilation system showing how it exchanges heat between warm and cool airflows.

Supply air fan

A filter removes PM2.5 to ensure that only fresh, clean air can enter the room.

Image showing what a supply air fan looks like and how it can help eliminate 95% of PM2.5, helping maintain fresh air throughout the home.

Cabinet fan(low-noise design)

All models are manufactured from galvanized steel enhancing high durability. The unique suction fan design and acoustic noise absorbing material realise low noise operation. The high performance induction motor offers low energy consumption, long life and high reliability.

Image of what a cabinet fan looks like and how it is designed to expel dirty air from the house.
Image of what a cabinet fan looks like and how it is designed to expel dirty air from the house.

Ceiling mount ventilating fan(super low noise)

The distinctive double-chamber structure minimises the transmission of fan and motor noise and motor to the exterior. This technology further reduces operation noise to incredibly low levels that are below 30dB(A), for a tranquil, quiet living environment.

Image of what a ceiling-mounted ventilation fan looks like and how it is designed to expel humidity from the house.

Note: Product models may differ according to country.