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Improve Indoor Air Quality with Lossnay Energy Recovery Systems

Poor indoor air quality can lead to "sick building syndrome," and given that HVAC systems consume up to 45% of a commercial building's energy, increasing fresh air supply can be costly.

The updated H1/VM3 regulations now mandate that most commercial fresh air systems include an effective energy recovery component, enhancing operational efficiency and reducing costs. This is a critical consideration for architects and specifiers aiming to design healthier, more energy-efficient buildings.

Mitsubishi Electric Lossnay Fresh Air Heat Recovery Ventilation systems are small, quiet and recover up to 93%* of heat energy, exceeding H1/VM3 requirements whilst improving indoor air quality for occupants. And, with the added option of Wi-Fi Control, building managers can now monitor and adjust in real-time how the Lossnay system pre-cools or pre-heats incoming fresh air to reduce the load on air conditioning systems while making the building healthier.
 
*LGH-50RVS at the lowest fan speed.

The competition has now closed. For more information on Lossnay, contact Mistubishi Electric

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