Heat recovery systems can be used both in the workplace and at home and allow you to heat or cool your workplace in a more environmental way with less waste.
A heat recovery system works by recovering energy that would be lost by other methods of heating. If you want to make your business more eco-friendly and reduce the costs of heating and cooling your workplace, then a heat recovery system may be right for you. Here is everything you need to know about heat recovery systems.
Reducing Your Carbon
As a business, you should be constantly
looking for ways to reduce your carbon footprint. Businesses can end up with a
lot of waste and so recycling
and re-using is a great way to reduce this waste. A heat recovery system uses the air from the outside environment
and heats this air via the warm air that is extracted through the system and
out into the atmosphere. This means rather than using more energy to heat and
cool air, it re-uses the heat energy from the air that is then going to be
extracted outside. Two pipes will run alongside each other to do this.
Better Air Quality
Not having adequate ventilation within your
workplace could end up being a big issue and could even cause your employees to
become ill. Many of the more modern buildings do not have the ability to
circulate air as effectively. If you work in a small space with minimal doors
and windows, then you are constantly breathing in and out the same air. Over
time, this could lead to a build-up of harmful toxins which could cause damp
and mould. Subjecting your employees to this could cause illnesses and so a heat recovery system can lessen the chances of this as air
is constantly circulating.
One great benefit of a heat recovery system
is that it reduces your business’s carbon footprint, but this is not the only
benefit of a heat recovery system. As you will be using less energy to heat or
cool your workplace, you will notice your bills begin to drop in price. Whilst
you do have to pay upfront in most cases for a heat recovery system, the money
you will end up saving makes it worthwhile.
Installing a Heat Recovery
System in Your Workplace
install a heat recovery system by yourself if you have the know-how and skill
set to do so. For many business owners, installing their own is not possible,
and so finding a supplier who will also install it is a must. For more information
on how heat
recovery systems work and how you can install one in your workplace, check out Integrated Air
If you want
to keep your employees safe from harmful toxins and reduce your carbon
footprint, as well as your bills, then look no further than a heat recovery
system. Once installed, these systems can save you money over time and help you
to look after the environment as best you can.