How Does a Heat Recovery System Work?

If you’re looking to reduce your energy bills and save money on your heating bills, then a heat recovery system could be a great choice for you. But what is a heat recovery system, and how does it work?

A heat recovery system is designed to help you save energy by capturing the heat that’s released from your central heating system. It captures the heat that would otherwise be wasted and uses it to pre-heat the air coming into the home via an air-to-air heat exchanger. This means that less energy is needed to warm up the air inside, leading to lower energy bills.

The process begins when warm air from inside your home is drawn by an internal fan into a unit in the ceiling or wall. This warm air passes through an exchanger where it gives up its warmth to cold fresh outside air being drawn in from outside. The fresh air is warmed up as it passes through the exchanger, meaning that less energy is needed to bring it up to temperature when it enters your home, resulting in lower energy bills for you.

The process of recovering heat from your central heating system can result in a significant reduction in energy costs. According to Euroheat Australia – a Perth Engineering & Installation team with 30 years of experience – installing a heat recovery system can result in savings of around 20% on annual heating bills. That could mean hundreds of dollars saved each year! What’s more, installing a heat recovery system also helps reduce carbon emissions as less energy is being used overall.

When choosing a supplier for your new Heat Recovery System, make sure they are experienced and reliable – like Euroheat Australia – who have been designing & constructing hydronic heating & cooling systems for over 30 years. By using their design & installation services you can be sure that you are getting expert advice and quality workmanship which will ensure long lasting results and peace of mind for many years ahead.

So if you’re looking for ways to save money on your heating bills and reduce carbon emissions then consider investing in a Heat Recovery System – with Euroheat Australia you can be sure of getting excellent value for money along with expert design & installation services from experienced professionals who have been providing quality hydronic systems for over three decades!