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Why should British people consider installing PRANA dMVHR right now?

Under the shadow of the war in Europe, the 2022–2023 heating season poses a real challenge to the European energy system. Therefore, people in Britain may be anxiously bracing themselves for the beginning of the cold season: will there be enough energy sources to provide everyone with sufficient heating and…
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PRANA recuperator or decentralised MVHR in eco homes and modular buildings

New progressive technologies and directions are constantly appearing in modern construction. Recently, energy-saving modular houses and eco homes have been in great demand among consumers in United Kingdom. We will tell you about the peculiarities of the arrangement of the ventilation system in such houses in this blog. Eco home…
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What Are the Different Types of Home Ventilation Systems

Proper ventilation in your home is important not just for your comfort but also for your health. When you have a poorly ventilated home, you can have a higher chance of mould growth. And having mould in your home can lead to serious health issues. That’s why choosing the right…
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The Benefits of Good Ventilation in Your Home

Good ventilation within the home is a great habit to get into, especially during the pandemic. After the pandemic has run its course, getting airflow in and around your home is still a great idea to help keep it energy-efficient, safe, and healthy. Effective ventilation in the home can help…
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Red Flag Indicators That Your Indoor Air Quality Is Bad

Your home is supposed to be a safe haven. But in reality, your home has many surfaces that can harbour and stagnate water, particularly your kitchen countertops and bathroom fixtures. This can lead to things such as mould growth, which can lead to respiratory issues, allergies, and infections. You understand…
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Everything about the copper heat exchanger of the PRANA recuperator

Recently, ventilation systems with heat recovery have gained many new supporters from different parts of the world. Ease of installation and operation, high efficiency, and environmental friendliness have contributed that such devices have actually become a product of mass consumption. PRANA recuperators/ decentralised MVHR, designed on the basis of a…
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Recuperator/ d MVHR VS Heating?

Often consumers confuse recuperator with heating equipment. Therefore, in this article, we will provide answers to several common questions of users regarding the functionality and principle of operation of the Prana ventilation system/ decentralised MVHR. Is the recuperator/ decentralised MVHR a heating device? The recuperator is not a heating device,…
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What Affects Indoor Air Quality

The antimicrobial copper in the heat exchanger cleans the fresh air as it is brought into each room, ridding it of viral, bacterial and fungal spores. As a homeowner, you may not be concerned about your home’s indoor air quality (IAQ). Most people believe that their home’s air is clean…
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5 Tips to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality with Pets at Home

Most people are aware of the many benefits of having a pet. They provide us with companionship, love, and support and can even help to improve our mental and physical health. However, not everyone knows the impact pets can have on indoor air quality. While they may not seem like…
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5 Ways to Make Indoor Air Quality Better For Your Family

Air pollution brings a few images to mind: bumper to bumper traffic, billowing factory smoke, etc. However, most people fail to consider the air pollution in the comforts of their homes. Do you ever think about the quality of the air in your home? The fact is that air pollution…
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5 Practical Tips to Improve Air Quality in the Office

You may be surprised to know that indoor air is actually a lot worse than outdoor air. This is because most people spend 80% of their time indoors. This means that indoor air is actually a lot more polluted than outdoor air. If you happen to work in a cubicle,…
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6 Ways to Prevent Indoor Condensation in Your Home – A Guide

Water may enter inside your home from a variety of sources. For example, through leaking or seeping basement flooring. Showers and even cooking may contribute moisture to your home’s air. The quantity of moisture that your home’s air can store is determined by its temperature. As the temperature drops, the…
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7 Invisible Dangers You Need To Be Aware Of In Your Home

While your home is a place you want to be the safest in, the reality is that there are many dangers inside the house that can cause serious harm to you and your loved ones. From dust to bacteria, there are many dangers that you need to address. However, the…
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Condensation and Mould The Relationship Between Them

Every homeowner is worried once they notice a patch of black mould growing on their walls or ceilings. After all, it makes their home look dirty and unkempt, and it can decrease the supply of good air quality. However, most people don’t realise that mould isn’t just a cosmetic problem.…
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How Air Quality Improvement Affects Health & Environment

Several air contaminants have been identified as having detrimental effects on human health and the environment. These pollutants are mostly the result of combustion from space heating, power generating, or motor vehicle traffic in most parts of Europe. How Air Quality Improvement Affects Health Pollutants from these sources can cause…
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How to Make Ventilation at Home

When you talk about home ventilation, the first thing that comes to mind is how your house temperature tends to be less comfortable due to poor air circulation in a room. Because of this, homeowners are constantly on the lookout for the right ventilation system that can guarantee comfortable living…
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How PRANA decentralised MVHR helps reduce heating bills

This winter promises to be extremely difficult, with the heating season posing a real challenge for the British energy system. Will there be enough resources to heat our homes, schools, and nurseries? How much will precious heat cost for business owners? How should we go about saving energy costs? These…
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How to buy a recuperator/ decentralised MVHR with maximum benefit?

Decentralised mechanical ventilation with heat recovery (dMVHR) of premises has long become a standard in European countries and is fixed at the level of building regulations. From 9 to 33% of the electricity consumption of buildings every year is spent on ventilation and air conditioning (air conditioning, dehumidification, humidification). This…