Field Controls HRV/ERV Recovery Ventilator Systems
In today’s well-insulated homes, maintaining good indoor air quality can be a challenge. Without proper ventilation, the air inside can become stale and contaminated with germs, odors, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Field Controls offers a solution to this problem with their Heat Recovery Ventilation (HRV) and Energy Recovery Ventilation (ERV) balanced ventilation systems.
Designed for optimal ventilation, quiet operation, and reliability, Field Controls HRV and ERV systems deliver fresh, tempered air into your home. These systems operate by pulling in fresh air while simultaneously exhausting stale air from specific areas like bathrooms, laundry rooms, and kitchens. The air streams pass through the HRV or ERV system core, where heat (in the case of HRV) and moisture (in the case of ERV) are transferred between the streams without mixing.
Field Controls HRV systems are ideal for colder climates, while ERV systems are designed for hot and humid southern climates. Both systems are efficient and meet or exceed ASHRAE 62.2 ventilation standards, ensuring a healthy indoor environment.
Not only do Field Controls HRV and ERV systems improve air quality, but they also reduce energy consumption and require minimal maintenance. They are recognized by the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code in conjunction with the International Code Council and the Department of Energy.
To learn more about Field Controls HRV and ERV systems and how they can enhance your home’s air quality, visit fieldcontrols.com/hrv-erv. Breathe easy and enjoy balanced ventilation with Field Controls.