How HRV home ventilation can filter the air in your home
Can a ventilation system help with allergies? HRV ventilation, built with nano-fibre filtration helps to reduce most of the common airborne allergy triggers from the incoming air in your home, which is good news for allergy sufferers.
Allergies can be triggered by all sorts of airborne particles. Whether that’s dust in a hot Christchurch, nor-wester or pine pollen in the central North Island, filtering particles from the incoming air your family breathes with HRV ventilation is a great way to make your home more comfortable for everyone.
Proud to be approved by the Sensitive Choice Programme.
HRV is approved by the National Asthma Council Australia, and the Asthma and Respiratory Foundation of New Zealand, as part of the Sensitive Choice programme.
This programme approves products that are committed to reducing common asthma and allergy triggers – and HRV ventilation products with their nano-fibre filtration definitely are.
To gain Sensitive Choice accreditation, our ventilation products went through a detailed and comprehensive assessment to gain the Sensitive Choice stamp. We're proud to be recognised for our efforts to help make Kiwi homes more comfortable for those who suffer from asthma, allergies and other respiratory illnesses.
Graduated density fabric with deep pleat construction captures more dust than non-pleated filters with less surface area.Genuine HRV filters are the only filters made with SETA™ Nano-Fibre technology
Using genuine HRV filters will ensure the manufacturer’s warranty is maintained
F8 Eurovent efficiency rating, meaning they are over 90% efficient at capturing particles as small as 0.4micron