Heat Recovery Ventilation (also known as HRV, or mechanical MHVR) is an energy recovery system whereby a household or room is provided with fresh air from outside. Stale air from inside is exhausted after the heat from it has been transferred to the fresh incoming air via a heat exchanger.
As buildings are made efficient they are intentionally made more air tight, and consequently they are less well ventilated. Trickle vents or simply opening a window provide fresh air, but unfortunately heat will be lost in the winter and gained in the summer. HRV systems provide a household with climate control and promote energy efficiency!
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