Ventilators are used to change the air inside a building through a ventilation system. It functions as air exchanger where static indoor air is replaced with fresh air drawn from the outside environment. With this process, oxygenated air is restored and circulated in the house benefitting the residents within. Likewise, it removes air pollutants present in the house and moisture preventing any bacterial and mold accumulation.
How It Works
As the ventilators in the system detect an increase in humidity level beyond what is acceptable, the excess humid air is exhausted outdoors. In turn, the ventilator brings in fresh natural air passing through another duct which is in parallel to the first one so the two airflows do not cross each other. However, as the pathways are in line, the incoming fresh air is being heated as it travels with the outgoing humid air thus balancing the indoor house temperature as set in the system.
Every ventilator has a built in filtration system. The air pollutants such as dusts, molds, pollens and other allergens that came with outdoor air are being filtered as it passes through the system. Thus, only clean, fresh air is circulated inside the house. In the same way, indoor humid air is also being filtered as they are expelled outside. Filtration of incoming or going air ensures that family members are in a healthier and safer setting within the comforts of their home.
To be certain that your home’s interior air is of good quality, contract the service of professional ventilator technicians to maintain the cleanliness of your ventilator regularly.