dMVHR Systems: The Ultimate Solution for Energy-Efficient Homes
Installing a ventilation system in your home can be a seamless process. The Prana Recuperator/ dMVHR, a compact systems are also known as single-room MVHR, can be easily installed within just two hours. Our decentralised mechanical ventilation with heat recovery unit (dMVHR) models are cleverly concealed within the wall, leaving only a small vent and control panel visible.
Once the unit is in place, you can manage it effortlessly via your smartphone. When you activate Auto or Auto+ Mode, the Prana Recuperator will intelligently and automatically adapt to the conditions of each room in your home.
The Prana Recuperator efficiently filters pollutants, balances humidity and CO2 levels, and adjusts the temperature within a specific room. And for a tranquil, refreshing night’s sleep, you can simply switch to the noiseless Night Mode.
It’s similar to autopilot. With a two-year warranty and ten-years lifespan, G2 filter, the Prana Recuperator/ dMVHR has your future covered.
Improve indoor air quality with dMVHR Systems
Decentralised Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery, also known as dMVHR, is a state-of-the-art ventilation system designed to provide controlled air exchange in residential buildings.
Unlike traditional whole house ventilation system or centralised MVHR systems with ducktwork, decentralised MVHR ensures that a constant stream of fresh air is supplied to each room individually. This decentralised approach allows for precise control over air quality and temperature, creating a healthier and more comfortable living environment while insuring that no energy is wasted in unoccupied rooms.
Our ventilation units feature cutting-edge Carbon Monoxide, VOCs, and Radon sensors. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) encompass a variety of chemicals emitted by sources such as cigarette smoke, household paints, and cleaning products.
With the Prana Recuperator/ decentralised MVHR, you can rest assured that these hazardous contaminants are continually monitored, while a warm and mould-free environment is simultaneously maintained in your home.
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Decentralised MVHR systems consist of individual ventilation units installed in each room or area of a building. These units extract stale air from the room, recover the heat from it using a heat exchanger, and simultaneously supply fresh, preheated air into the room. The heat recovery process minimizes heat loss, resulting in energy savings.
DMVHR helps maintain good indoor air quality by removing pollutants, excess moisture, and odours. It reduces heating costs by recovering and reusing heat that would otherwise be lost. It provides room-level control, allowing occupants to adjust ventilation rates according to their needs. Additionally, it avoids the need for ductwork, making installation easier and more flexible.
Yes, like any mechanical system, decentralised MVHR units require regular maintenance to ensure optimal performance. This typically includes cleaning or replacing filters, checking and cleaning heat exchangers, inspecting fans and motors, and ensuring proper airflow. Manufacturers usually provide maintenance guidelines for their specific units.
Yes, decentralised MVHR systems can be integrated with other building systems. They can be connected to building automation systems for centralised control and monitoring. Integration with occupancy sensors and CO2 sensors can enable demand-controlled ventilation, further improving energy efficiency.
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