- Energy transfer rating– what percentage of outbound energy is transferred to inbound air?
- Cost-of-Ownership– how much does it cost per year to operate?
- Moisture transfer efficiency– does the system effectively manage moisture and not just heat?
- Filtration efficiency– how well does the energy recovery ventilator filter contaminants?
- Ease of installation and service – is the energy recovery ventilator easy to service?
It begins with fresh air. To ventilate properly, stale air must be exchanged with fresh air from outdoors. Don’t settle for a plug-in system that recirculates stale air. The RecoupAerator is rated MERV 12, in other words as fresh air is brought in to the home, over 95% of the contaminants as small as 1 micronis removed.
It’s also important to install a system that transfers heat, energy, and moisture. The RecoupAerator leads the industry with 96% heat transfer efficiency. Simply put this means that 96% of the heat you paid for is transferred from the air being exhausted back to the incoming fresh air stream. This industry-leading efficiency rating translates in to the lowest cost-of-ownership available in whole-house ERVs. Read more about what makes the RecoupAerator so unique by clicking here.