Mitsubishi have just released their Lossnay Vertical Heat Recovery Ventilation system
Mitsubishi Electric has launched the next generation of Whole Home Fresh Air Heat Recovery Ventilation that does not require installation in the attic. While exposed ceilings are great from an architectural aesthetics perspective, it limits the ability to install a traditional roof based ventilation system.
Designed for Flexibility and Convenience
The Vertical Lossnay Range is designed specifically for the New Zealand housing market and makes energy efficient, super-quiet ventilation accessible to even more homes. Because of the slimline, vertical upright design, the Lossnay Ventilation System is not limited to an in-roof installation. With its small upright footprint it can be placed in the garage or a cupboard in the kitchen. Now whole home ventilation can be installed and integrated in the overall building design without limitations.
Automatic Summer Bypass
Using the on-board temperature sensors, the Vertical Lossnay unit automatically enters Bypass Mode when it detects a space is hotter than desired and the outside air is cooler. To reduce the risk of overheating the home, fresh air is introduced, bypassing the Lossnay Core. This is ideal for cooling down a dwelling that may have overheated during the day once the outside temperature has dropped in the evening.
Easy to Use Control
A built-in LCD controller allows for easy control and commissioning of the unit. This interface displays all functionality, temperature settings of the system.
Slimline to Fit in a Cupboard
he vertical upright design of the Lossnay Ventilation System is not limited to an inroof installation. Now whole home ventilation can be integrated into the overall building design without limitations.
More details on Lossnay ventilation can be found here https://www.mitsubishi-electric.co.nz/ventilation/ Contact the team at Gavin Lowe Energy now, phone (03)3379584 or via our contact form https://gavinlowe.co.nz/contact-gavin-lowe/