Requirements in terms of room air quality and economy are increasingly
demanded in latest generation buildings.
In the light of the price increase of energy, the exterior parts of
buildings are subjected to increasingly more sophisticated heat
insulation and protection interventions. Consequently, the demand for
heat in terms of transmission is much lower than the demand for heat in
terms of ventilation.
Thus, the treatment of the air, aimed at saving energy and for the
healthiness of the rooms, today represents one of the most important
design challenges in the construction sector.
At the same time, the user’s sensitivity has also increased regarding
the quality of the air and the necessity to prevent harmful effects on
human health. The replacement and treatment of the room air therefore
assume an increasingly important meaning.
Emmeti, proposes Recupera DRY, an integrated solution of Controlled
Mechanical Ventilation (CMV) units with dehumidification and air
treatment for rooms in the home. By combining this with a radiant system
and a unique system for distribution of the air into the rooms, the air
can be treated in the different seasons and for varied room comfort requirements.
The following are possible with Recupera DRY:
• Renewal of room air with heat recovery of over 90% during the winter;
• Summer dehumidification with air temperature adjustment in delivery
into the room mode;
• Summer cooling without dehumidification via the water of the radiant system;
• The integration of the radiant system heating/cooling capacity via an
additional water heat exchanger
• The continuous control and adjustment of the recirculation and
replacement air flow rate in the rooms.
How does Recupera DRY operate
A controlled mechanical ventilation system ensures constant air renewal
in the respective rooms in the home, extracting it from the most
polluted environments, such as bathrooms, kitchens and laundries;
introducing fresh air, withdrawn from the common areas of the home such
as the living room and bedrooms.
With Recupera DRY, connected to the ventilation system and to the
heating plant circuit, it is possible to treat the air and ensure
maximum environment comfort and minimum air consumption.