Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Plan

An optimum air solution plan that realises good indoor air quality and energy efficiency

Energy recovery ventilator

We will introduce a plan that helps efficiently maintain outstanding indoor air quality through air supply and exhaust.

An image map of where ERV can be installed in a house and its air flow

Ventilation plans can be customized for a variety of applications

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. 

An illustration showing the energy recovery ventilator's system of ventilating indoor air and outdoor air.

Supply air filter minimises intrusion of mould spores, pollen, etc.

The outside air duct features a supply air filter that minimises the intrusion of a wide variety of air contaminants, including mould spores and pollen.

An image explaining the inside structure of the nergy recovery ventilator in detail.

PM2.5 filter: Filters out dust particles, insects, etc.

Image showing that the filter has an intricate filter that beats the size of dust, pollen, or mold.

Filter Comparison - Before & After Use

We can clearly see how effectively the filters work. 

Images comparing filters from before use and after use for a 3 month period. It can be observed that after three months, the filter becomes black.

Original condition

Images comparing filters from before use and after use for a 3 month period. It can be observed that after three months, the filter becomes black.

3 months later

*6 hours of operation every day for 3 months in Bangkok, Thailand
Product models may differ according to country.

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