It’s important to compare the air flow rates of different heat recovery systems when you’re looking to install a new system in your home. Doing so will ensure you get the most out of your system and reap the savings in energy and cost that come with it. In this article, we’ll take a look at how to compare the air flow rates of different heat recovery systems, as well as some of the benefits associated with installing one.

Air flow rate is measured in cubic feet per minute (CFM). The higher the CFM, the more air is being moved through the system. To measure CFM, use an anemometer or other device that measures air velocity. This will allow you to get an accurate reading of how much air is passing through your system at any given time.

When comparing different heat recovery systems, you’ll want to pay attention to both efficiency and cost. Efficiency is measured by SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) and COP (Coefficient of Performance). SEER measures how efficient a system is at cooling, while COP measures how efficient a system is at both cooling and heating. A higher SEER or COP means that your system will use less energy overall, resulting in lower energy bills.

Cost-wise, you should also look into installation costs as well as ongoing maintenance costs associated with each type of heat recovery system. High-efficiency systems tend to be more expensive upfront but can save you money over time thanks to lower energy bills and fewer maintenance costs due to their higher efficiency rating.

Finally, there are several other benefits associated with installing a heat recovery system in your home: improved indoor air quality; increased comfort due to better temperature control; reduced noise from outside; reduced greenhouse gas emissions; and potential savings on insurance premiums due to improved safety standards for homes with heat recovery systems installed.

At Euroheat Australia in Perth, we have been designing and constructing hydronic heating & cooling systems for over 30 years – so we know what works best for Australian homeowners! Our experienced engineers & installers can provide design consultation services so you get exactly what you need from your new heat recovery system – as well as expert installation services that ensure your new system runs smoothly from day one! On top of all this, our services come at competitive prices – meaning that not only are you getting great value for money but also reducing your long-term energy costs too!

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