My name as a co-author of the REHVA guidebook on Residential Heat Recovery Ventilation!
I had the honour to become one of the authors of the newest REHVA guidebook on Residential Heat Recovery Ventilation. This guidebook was published just a month ago by REHVA and EUROVENT. I had the chance to actively contribute to chapters about Chapter 5 Ventilation System Layouts and Installationd and also Chapter 6 Commissioning and Balancing!
Personally, I would say that this guidebook is not as any guidebooks. It is written in a fresh and new way in order for the consulant to directly find information that he/she is looking for. And it is a very pragmatic and practical guide with a lot of information from practise delivered directly from HVAC manufacturers, engineers and installers.
Content of REHVA guidebook on Residential Heat Recovery Ventilation!
Heat recovery ventilation is expected to be a major ventilation solution while energy performance of buildings is improved in Europe. This European guidebook prepared by REHVA and EUROVENT experts includes the latest ventilation technology and knowledge about the ventilation system performance, intended to be used by HVAC designers, consultants, contractors, and other practitioners. The authors of this guidebook have tried to include all information and calculation bases needed to design, size, install, commission and maintain heat recovery ventilation properly.
Table of contents:
- Why mechanical ventilation
- How much ventilation is needed
- Ventilation system sizing
- Ventilation units
- Ventilation system layouts and installation
- Commissioning and balancing
More information about REHVA guidebook on Residential Heat Recovery Ventilation!
The REHVA European Guidebook 25 “Residential Heat Recovery Ventilation” was prepared by REHVA and EUROVENT experts as Jarek Kurnitski, Martin Thalfeldt, Harry van Weele, Macit Toksoy, Thomas Carlsson, Petra Vladykova Bednarova and Olli Sepänen. The guidebook includes the latest technology and knowledge updates about the ventilation system performance. The information is intended to be used by HVAC designers, consultants, contractors, and other practitioners. It is available on the REHVA e-shop in digital copy (PDF) and in hard copy.
REHVA published two more guidebooks “Fire Safety in Buildings” and “Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings” published by REHVA this year. Check out www.rehva.eu for more info.