Opening the windows for some fresh air?
Modern ventilation is more efficient.
Poor concentration, falling motivation and tiredness: a lack of oxygen has a negative impact on our performance and sense of well-being. However, constantly having to open the windows is an arduous and cost-intensive solution to this problem – and every time you ventilate the room this way, you lose valuable thermal heat. Mitsubishi Electric provides a better and more efficient solution in the form of the Lossnay ventilation units. These ensure controlled ventilation with heat recovery, particularly in the case of an air-tight building envelope.
Out with the old air, in with the new
Equipped with a powerful heat recovery system, the Lossnay ventilation units extract stale air while providing fresh outside air to the room at the same time. Almost all of the available cooling/heating energy is used during this exchange, enabling energy savings of up to 70% to be achieved.
How the Lossnay principle works:
The unique, ultra-thin structure of the paper core cross-flow heat exchanger enables the sensitive and latent proportion of the heat to be replaced and transferred to the fresh air so that it enters the space preconditioned, improving comfort and significantly saving energy costs.