Milwaukee’s best ventilation system for odors, allergens and viruses.
Ventilation System to Protect Yourself from Viruses
The Ventilate-Aire by Pure Indoor air is a top of the line ventilation system that brings fresh air into your home or business while sending contaminated air out. With the Corona virus on the radar and flu season around the corner, contaminated air freaks people out. Whether it’s in your home, school or business, having a ventilation system installed means knowing that allergens, odors and airborne viruses are constantly being replaced with clean fresh air.
In fact, the New York Times recently published an article titled “Airborne Coronavirus: What You Should Do Now” that recommended better ventilation to protect yourself from a virus that may be floating indoors. They also suggested schools, nursing homes and businesses should consider adding powerful new air filters and ultraviolet lights that can kill airborne viruses.”
Additionally, a new study at Columbia University Irving Medical Center has found that 99.9% of seasonal coronaviruses present in airborne droplets were killed when exposed to a particular wavelength of ultraviolet light that is safe to use around humans.
The point is the quality of air inside can directly impact your quality of life. Don’t gamble with your health; protect yourself from viruses with the Ventilate-Aire.
Questions About Home Ventilation Systems
What does ERV stand for?
ERV stands for energy recovery ventilator. ERV’s are used to improve ventilation throughout an entire home while recovering energy that results in more energy efficiency.
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This free download includes all the information need to make an informed decision about a ventilation system for your home. Choosing the right indoor air quality company makes the world of difference in the results you can expect to see. From how it works to energy efficiency and everything in between, this download will help you know what to expect from the Ventilate-Aire.
Learn more about important things like:
- Extending the life of your HVAC equipment
- Lower energy bills
- Reduce odors
- Allergy relief
Lower Carbon Dioxide Means Healthy Indoor Air
Even homes with the very best indoor air cleaning systems accumulate carbon dioxide because it’s the gas humans and animals breathe out. And, without proper ventilation to bring fresh air in, the buildup of C02 can lead to:
- breathing difficulties
- strained eyes
- itchy skin.
The Ventilate-Aire operates on the basis of an air-to-air exchange theory to bring fresh air in while sending contaminated air out. In other words, it allows the incoming and outgoing air streams to adjacently pass by each other, transferring heat and moisture in the process. (I personally think of it as an incubator where bad and good air meet to neutralize.)
Brings Fresh Air In & Keeps HVAC Bills Low
Because the Ventilate-Aire transfers heat and moisture between incoming and outgoing airstreams, less energy is needed to heat and cool your home. In fact, the Ventilate-Aire can temper air up to 30 degrees; ultimately, saving you money on heating and cooling costs.
During the winter:
As your stale, warmed indoor air is driven out, it preheats the fresh, cold outdoor air that’s coming in. You will use much less energy to heat the air once it gets inside.
During the summer:
As your stale, conditioned indoor air is expelled, it removes heat from the fresh, hot air that’s coming in. This cools the incoming air and reduces the energy needed to cool it to a comfortable level inside.
This technology has not only demonstrated an effective means of reducing C02 and energy costs, it allows for the indoor environment to maintain a relative humidity of 40% to 50% under essentially all conditions.
To have the Ventilate-Aire installed, call our product specialists at (414) 296-6336 or submit the form to the right.
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