TYPES OF VENTILATION SYSTEMS
HERE IS A QUICK SENTENCE ABOUT VENTILATION
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"Considering that up to 69% of our lifetime is spent in our homes, it's only reasonable to expect a comfortable and healthy living environment. Give your family an additional layer of protection against respiratory health risks stemming from dampness, odours, and mould. Keep your home dry and safe with a constant supply of clean, fresh air."

Which Ventilation System is right for my home?

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Positive Pressure Systems

Positive pressure systems function by drawing fresh air from the roof cavity, filtering it, and then distributing the purified air throughout your home using a network of ceiling diffusers. This airflow effectively displaces the stagnant, moisture-laden air responsible for condensation, mould, and mildew formation. 

 

During winter, ensuring proper air circulation and home heating is crucial for maintaining indoor air quality. A home ventilation system from SmartVent effectively reduces excess moisture in the air, thereby enhancing overall air quality within the house. This investment not only promotes the well-being of your family but also contributes to the overall health of your home. 

 

 

 

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Heat & Energy Recovery Systems

Heat recovery systems retrieve heat or cooling energy from both extracted room air and moisture-laden areas like bathrooms. Conversely, energy recovery systems only recover heat or cooling energy from extracted room air. Both systems operate by drawing fresh air primarily from outside while simultaneously expelling stale, moisture-laden air from inside the home. This coordinated process is referred to as a balanced system.

 

For buildings without roofs, through-wall heat recovery from the Tempra range offers a viable solution. Tempra provides a single-room solution, particularly useful when individual spaces cannot be serviced by ducting from roof cavities.

 

During winter, the importance of ventilation systems extends beyond basic air extraction, particularly in complementing the costly heating efforts.

Both system types are designed to be primarily set-and-forget. You simply input your preferred home temperature, and the system takes care of the rest.

Your fully automated, smart wall controller dynamically adjusts the airflow needed to ventilate your home as temperatures and moisture conditions fluctuate throughout the day and night. All systems can also be manually operated for those seeking greater control.

Depending on the model that aligns with your lifestyle and budget, there's a SmartVent system for you, whether it senses temperature alone or both temperature and moisture levels, with or without seasonal add-ons.

What Seasonal Add On's are available?

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Positive Pressure Systems

SmartVent Positive Advance and Positive3 systems offer the option to enhance functionality with various seasonal add-ons:

 

  • Summer Feature: during the warmer months, the system can utilise outside air as its primary source instead of drawing from the roof cavity. This feature helps keep bugs and pollen out overnight while bringing in a refreshing, filtered breeze when needed most.

  • Heat Transfer: during cooler months, excess heat from heated lounges can be efficiently transferred to bedrooms. The recycle function is an added benefit, allowing indoor air to be recirculated when outdoor temperatures are slightly too cool.

  • Tempering Heater: when outdoor temperatures drop, and you desire to take the chill off incoming air, a 1 or 2kW tempering heater enables you to utilise the driest available air effectively.
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Heat & Energy Recovery Systems

Heat & Energy Recovery systems offer the option to enhance functionality with various seasonal add-ons:

 

  • Second Air Source: in addition to drawing air directly from outside, the second air source kit allows flexibility in sourcing air from either outside or the roof cavity. This feature enables you to capitalise on any solar gain available automatically.

  • Heat Transfer: during cooler months, excess heat from heated lounges can be efficiently transferred to bedrooms. The recycle function is an added benefit, allowing indoor air to be recirculated when outdoor temperatures are slightly too cool.

  • Tempering Heater: in colder weather, when you seek to warm incoming air, a 1 or 2kW tempering heater facilitates the utilisation of the driest air accessible.

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