Discover our DVS Climate Controlled Ventilation System
An enhanced positive pressure ventilation system that works to control moisture and condensation, by sensing the humidity and temperature in your home. The system pushes out the moisture-laden, stale air, and replaces it with fresher, drier air when your home needs it most.Book A Consultation
DVS Climate Controlled Ventilation System
A typical New Zealand household will produce about 12 litres of water per day from cooking, showering and general living. It’s easy to see how excess moisture can build up quickly and why a ventilation system is necessary to monitor moisture level in a home. In addition, everyday things like perfumes, household cleaners, pet dander and carpet can also contribute to our indoor air pollution. Enough air circulation is necessary to ensure better indoor air quality.
Positive pressure ventilation systems like the DVS Climate Controlled system ensures the air in your home is entirely replaced with fresh, filtered air every 90 minutes.
Thanks to its heat retention and heat recovery functionalities this ventilation system adapts to the ambient temperature. If the supplied air temperature is warmer than your home, free warmth will be transferred into your living areas up to your desired temperature. If the supply air is colder than your house (such as winter evenings), the fan speed can be slowed down to keep the home as close as possible to your desired temperature.
The humidity sensing function monitors humidity in the supply air and inside your home, ensuring your home will only be ventilated with air that helps make it healthier and drier.
Tempervent® or Air Warmer: A low wattage heating element designed to take the chill off cooler air before it enters the home.
DVS® Integrated Heat Transfer System: The heat transfer system is designed to circulate the air from a room with a good heat source, for example a wood burner in the living room, to other targeted rooms in the house such as bedrooms.
DVS® Automatic Summer Ventilation: A continuous supply of fresh, filtered air is drawn from outside of the roof space, on the cooler side of your home, when the roof space itself becomes too hot. This allows you to ventilate your home more effectively in the warmer months. Reducing the need to open your windows or doors.