Using a recovery ventilator in your home's heating and cooling system comes with a wide variety of indoor air quality benefits, keeping your home comfortable in all seasons as well as mold and mildew free. Venmar has challenged the small efficiency decrease that usually comes with these air quality benefits with their EKO line of recovery ventilators. The EKO line is built from the ground up to satisfy every efficiency expectation imaginable with a newly developed ECM motor and low wattage internal circuitry design. Venmar's unique homeshield defrosting system and included mounting straps simplify both installation for the contractor and usage for the homeowner.
Polymerized Energy Recovery Core
The polymerized paper energy recovery core in Venmar ERVs brings fresh air into your home from the outdoors, pre-conditioning it with the heat energy in the stale air it expels from your home. The end result is a home that is both efficient and well ventilated, keeping you and your family feeling fresh.
Balances Indoor Moisture Levels
The ERV allows moisture to permeate the core's heat exchanger surface, bringing more moisture into your home in the winter heating months and less moisture into your home in the summer during cooling season.
Homeshield Defrosting System
Venmar EKO recovery ventilators use Venmar's homeshield defrosting system. This system prevents ice buildup on the core of the recovery ventilator for as long as possible, preventing negative pressure inside your home, and when necessary defrosts the ice with a quick recirculation cycle.
State of the Art ECM Motor
Venmar EKO recovery ventilators are built with a high efficiency ECM motor, requiring much less overall electricity to operate. Combined with a smarter internal wiring schematic, the motor brings efficiency up to unbelievable levels.
Balancing System Reduces Installation Time
The EKO series recovery ventilators come with a balancing system included from the factory. This eliminates the need for an external flow meter for proper installation, reducing installation labor costs.