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The HE Series is the ideal whole-house ventilation solution for today’s energy efficient homes.
These High Efficiency ventilators combine the
best performance in energy recovery,
electrical consumption and air filtration.
The Flex Series is the ideal choice for apartments, condominiums and homes where space is limited and standard ventilation is required.
Designed with builders and contractors in mind,
the Flex Series is all about installation flexibility and simplicity.
- HRV160TE ECM MOTORS
- ERV140TE ECM MOTORS
- HRV200TE ECM MOTORS
-HRV250TE ECM MOTORS
When standard ventilation is not enough, the Advanced Series is the solution to offer superior filtration, airflow capacity or higher recovery efficiency. Broan’s Advanced Series of
HRVs and ERVs has the product range
to meet every need.
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New homes are tightly built to save energy, but this can often times have a negative impact on the home without proper ventilation.
Air within your home can be up to 10 times more polluted than the air outside. Microbial pollutants like mold, pet dander and plant pollen along with chemicals such as radon and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) create a toxic environment in your home. The build-up of pollutants such as these is shown to lead to allergies, asthma and other health concerns.
BROAN offers a wide selection of innovative fresh air system solutions to fit your every need.
Balanced ventilation systems, if properly designed and installed, neither pressurize nor depressurize a home. Rather, they introduce and exhaust approximately equal quantities of fresh outside air and polluted inside air, respectively.
A balanced ventilation system works within the home’s HVAC system to facilitate proper distribution of fresh air throughout the living environment. Fresh air supply and exhaust vents can be installed in every room but are primarily focused to supply fresh air to bedrooms and living rooms where people spend the most time. It is also functional to exhaust air from rooms where moisture and pollutants are most often generated (kitchen, bathrooms and perhaps the laundry room).
Balanced Systems with Energy Efficiency
Energy recovery ventilation systems provide a controlled way of ventilating a home while minimizing energy loss. They reduce the costs of heating ventilated air in the winter by transferring heat and/or humidity from the warm inside air being exhausted to the fresh (but cold) supply air. In the summer, the inside air cools the warmer, incoming supply air to reduce ventilation cooling costs.
There are two types of energy-recovery systems: heat-recovery ventilators (HRV) and energy-recovery ventilators (ERV).
- HRVsystems draw fresh air into a home while simultaneously exhausting stale air from the home. During this exchange, the two airstreams pass through a core within the unit where a portion of heat from one air stream is transferred into the other (usually the indoor air in winter and the outdoor air in summer).
- An ERV works similarly to an HRV, except an ERV allows a portion of the moisture in the more humid air stream (usually the indoor air in winter and the outdoor air in summer) to be transferred to the dryer air stream.
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