Press Releases & Featured Articles
Zehnder establishes new Heat Recovery Ventilation (HRV) benchmark with 99% Apparent Sensible Effectiveness and 91% Sensible Recovery Efficiency at -25 degrees Celsius/-13 degrees Fahrenheit. The testing was completed by the third-party, Exova, a Home Ventilating Institute (HVI) designated laboratory.
The issue focuses on the energy savings of a number of high-performance buildings which incorporate Zehnder’s heat recovery ventilation system to promote both continuous fresh air and energy savings in the building.
LAC KENOGAMI, QUEBEC HOME PUSHES THE LIMITS OF ENERGY-EFFICIENCY INCORPORATING THE ZEHNDER NOVUS 300
The article goes into depth about this high-performance home and the heating and ventilation systems used- Zehnder Novus 300 ERV- in this cold climate.
Zehnder’s ComfoAir 350 Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) will ensure fresh-filtered air and a reduction of heating/cooling loads for the recently completed Proud Green Home at Serenbe (outside Atlanta) year-round while reducing the indoor humidity level during hot, humid Southeast summers. The energy consumption and electricity bill costs will be measured over this upcoming year to gather data and show the positive effects of a high-performance Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) in a Southeast hot, humid climate.
ZEHNDER PRESENTS ONLINE CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT COURSE TO EXPLAIN THE ADVANTAGES OF HIGH-EFFICIENCY HEAT RECOVERY VENTILATION FOR ENERGY-EFFICIENT CONSTRUCTION
Zehnder previously offered its Continuing Education Credit Course “Heat Recovery Ventilation: Why Efficiency Matters” at conferences, industry events, and site visits. Now the course is available free to anyone online and satisfies American Institute of Architects (AIA) and Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) credits for industry professionals.