Ventilation

Energy Efficient Ventilation Systems

Recover 80% of your heating and cooling energy

If you heat in the winter and air condition in the summer, much of the air escapes. A ventilation system can help recover that lost air and bring in fresh air. In fact, our Energy Efficient Ventilation Systems are so efficient, they can recover 80% of the air leaving the home. The energy requirement is less than you may think. For the ventilation system to run requires about the same amount of energy as a 100-watt light bulb. Maintenance? You can set it and forget it.

  • Recovers up to 80% of the air leaving the home
  • Energy-efficient
  • Five-year warranty
  • Professional installation

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The Honeywell Whole-House Ventilation System removes stale air and replaces it with fresh air. A centrifugal blowers brings fresh air into your home from outdoors and at the same time exhausts the stale air in an equal amount. Both the incoming and outgoing air streams pass through an exchange core where the energy from the exhaust air is efficiently transferred to the incoming air. In the winter, this means that the fresh air coming into the house is warmer than the cold air outdoors. In the summer, this means that the fresh air coming into the house is not as hot as the air outdoors. Vents in your home draw the stale air into the Honeywell Whole-House Ventilation System to be exhausted outside. After the heat and energy is exchanged, the fresh air brought in through the ventilator gets distributed in the house though the ducts of your heating or cooling system.
A Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV) saves energy by transferring heat between the stale air exhausted to the outside and the fresh air that is brought inside. This makes sure that when the ventilator is bringing in outside air, the heat stays inside the house in the winter or outside the house in the summer. The Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) saves energy by transferring both heat and moisture. Both the HRV and the ERV are Honeywell Whole-House Ventilation Systems that provide the ventilation and allow you to save energy. Check with your local contractor to find out which one is right for you.
The size of the HRV or ERV depends on many factors including the size of your home, the number of people in your home, and whether you are ventilating special use rooms (such as bathrooms or laundry rooms). A local heating and cooling contractor can assist you in choosing the correct Honeywell Whole-House Ventilation System for your home.

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Energy Efficient Ventilation Systems Installation Manual
Model: HR150, ER150, HR200, ER200
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Energy Efficient Ventilation Systems Installation Manual
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Energy Efficient Ventilation Systems Owner's Guide
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Energy Efficient Ventilation Systems Owner's Manual
Model: ER150, ER200, HR150, HR200
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Energy Efficient Ventilation Systems Owner's Manual
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