Ventilation is a combined process of bringing air from outside into the inner space and discharging exhaust air from the inner space of the facility outside it. Ventilation systems are designed so that they can create the best possible conditions in areas where people live, or provide the desired level of comfort.
Heat recovery is achieved by sending heat, discharged from indoor units in cooling mode, to rooms that should be heated. In other words, heat recovery helps the energy that is available in one place to be sent to other places in the same building and then reused.
A recuperator is a device that contains, apart from two fans, a heat exchanger. Due to air flows, passing through the system of the copper heat exchanger, placed inside the functional module, warm outgoing air gives off its heat to the cold incoming air.
Thermal energy saved by using a recuperator is around 50% of the energy needed to heat a room. It has a very wide range of applications: ventilation of offices, hotels, restaurants, family houses etc.