Commercial MVHR


Enjoy a Healthier Environment with the help of our Commercial Ventilation Systems

Commercial ventilation systems are also known as MVHR, decentralised MVHR, play a crucial role in creating a comfortable and healthy environment in the workplace. Whether you manage a restaurant, an office, or a manufacturing facility, properly ventilating your building is one of the most effective ways to protect your customers, products and employees.

Our commercial ventilation systems are a revolutionary solution to problems such as mould, damp and condensation that many of us now face. Through the use of advanced VOC sensors and humidity and CO2 monitors, our devices automatically adjust and regulate the air quality and temperature in any indoor space.

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Commercial heat recovery system for your Business

The air quality in a workspace can heavily impact the wellbeing and productivity of its occupants. A properly designed ventilation system with heat recovery unit continuously supplies fresh air to a premises while also removing pollutants, odours and excess moisture from it. By reducing the concentration of harmful substances and airborne contaminants, you can create a healthier environment that promotes employee satisfaction and reduces the risk of respiratory issues.

While providing a healthy indoor environment for employees and customers is crucial, it is also important to take energy efficiency into account. A well-designed ventilation system incorporates energy-saving features such as heat recovery systems, variable air volume controls, and demand-based ventilation, which help drastically minimise operating costs.

These technologies help reduce energy consumption by efficiently balancing airflow and temperature control, resulting in significant long-term savings.


Prana offers manufacturing market leading solutions in field of ventilation. Our devices with heat recovery element absorb exhaust heat energy and reduce heating costs by reusing heat that would otherwise be lost. They improve indoor air quality by providing fresh, filtered air while removing stale air and pollutants. Additionally, they help to control humidity levels and reduce condensation. The use of a recuperator also helps to significantly greatly decrease carbon emissions into the atmosphere.

Yes, it is possible to retrofit one of our devices into an existing commercial building. However, the feasibility and complexity of the installation may vary depending on the building’s design, existing ventilation system, and available space. It’s best to consult with a professional heating and ventilation engineer to assess the suitability and requirements for retrofitting a heat recovery system in your building.

Yes, commercial heat recovery systems can be integrated with other HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) systems in commercial buildings. They can work in conjunction with heating and cooling systems to provide a comprehensive and energy-efficient solution for maintaining a comfortable indoor environment. Plate heat exchangers are typically 80-90% efficient and their low profile makes them ideal for use in ceiling voids or where space is at a premium.

Yes, commercial heat recovery systems can incorporate features to help with noise control. These can include insulated ductwork, noise-reducing components, and sound attenuation measures. By selecting a system with proper acoustic design and implementing noise control strategies, the impact of the ventilation system on ambient noise levels can be minimised.

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