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Energy Recovery

It is a known fact to all of us that the large energy consumption of today causes sincere environmental problems, such as pollution and global warming. The results gives us and coming generations not only a poorer environmental quality, but also an increase in costs for healthcare and social services as well as a devaluation of natural resources. Fortunately there is a great global environmental consciousness. Both consumers and businesses are interested in, not only reducing their expenses, but also finding environmentally friendly solutions.

On some markets, especially northern Europe, the focus on energy saving systems goes many decades back. A considerable part of the total energy consumption is used for either heating or cooling of air as such, or heating or cooling of other elements by air. Today a lot of effort is put into research for alternative and renewable energy and in various energy saving systems.

There are many systems for heating and/or cooling air with greater or lesser energy consumption. Usually a large part of the used energy is discarded when leaving the system together with its waste products (e.g. exhaust air in ventilation systems). By implementing an air-to-air heat exchanger is an excellent way to take use of this waste energy. An air-to-air heat exchanger uses the temperature of one given airflow to change the temperature at another targeted airflow. Depending on application, it is possible to with a fair estimation save between 40 and 75 % of the energy used with regular systems for heating or cooling air.


    Energy recovery with heat exchangers reduces energy consumption and costs significantly.
    The exhaust air is used before it is discarded.
    Environmentally friendly solution with a very small carbon footprint.


  • Schools
  • Passive houses
  • Office and shopping centers
  • Swimming pools and sport centers
  • Hospitals
  • Factories
  • Shipping and railway industry
  • Painting and spray booths


Energy Recovery drawing

Principle drawing of energy recovery application.