Lifebreath NEW Digital Control – Model 99-DXPL02 *Popular*

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Lifebreath NEW Digital Control – Model 99-DXPL02 *Popular*

  • Manufacturer: Airia Brands Inc.
  • Description: New Digital Wall Control ( 3-wire)
  • Compatibility: Please see Documents folder.
  • Manufacturers’ Part Number: 99-DXPL02

Purchase Includes Unlimited Technical Support.

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Our Order Number: AE-243

 

Price: $114.00 $98.50

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What is an Air Exchanger?

An Air Exchanger otherwise known as an HRV (Heat Recovery Ventilator) or an ERV (Energy Recovery Ventilator), is a whole house mechanical ventilation system. It is typically connected to your existing furnace return duct and contains two high-efficiency motors. The supply motor draws fresh air in from the outside while the exhaust motor pushes stale indoor contaminated air outside. The two airstreams never mix when passing through the HRV or ERV cores. 

What is the difference between an HRV and an ERV?

In an HRV, the two air steams are separated by a heat recovery core, which will transfer only heat energy. In the winter, the warm indoor air passes through the HRV core as it’s being exhausted and warms up the incoming fresh outside air. In the summer, the cycle is reversed and the cool indoor air cools down the hot outdoor air recovering the energy. HRV’s will control excess humidity in cooler seasons by introducing outdoor air into your home.

In an ERV, the two air streams are separated by an energy recovery core, which will transfer both heat and moisture energy. In the winter, the warm indoor air passes through the ERV core as it’s being exhausted and warms up the incoming fresh outside air. As well, it will redirect approximately 50% of the indoor moisture back into your home. In the summer, the cycle is reversed and the cool indoor air cools down the hot outdoor air recovering the energy. In addition the ERV will redirect approximately 50% of the outdoor moisture (humidity) back outdoors. Thus, ERV’s are a better choice in all but the most northern climates for providing year-round comfort.

Benefits of Air Exchangers:

  • Air Exchangers bring a continuous supply of fresh outside air into your
  • Air Exchangers exhaust environmental contaminants for improved indoor air quality.
  • Air Exchangers save energy in the winter by recovering heat from exhaust air.
  • Air Exchangers save energy in the summer by recovering cool indoor air from exhaust air.
  • Air Exchangers help prevent mould and mildew.
  • Air Exchangers help minimize odours and cooking residue.
  • Air Exchangers can reduce harmful Radon Gas levels where active soil depressurization is unlikely to be successful.

Lifebreath NEW Controls and Timers

Lifebreath Controls and Timers

 

  • Manufacturer: Airia Brands Inc.
  • Description:  DXPL02  Digital Wall Control / works with 99-DET02 wireless control.
  • Compatibility: Please see Documents folder.
  • Manufacturers’ Part Number: DXPL02

AIR EXCHANGER NEW INSTALLATION    $598.00

(Greater Toronto Area) 

GasExperts™  Air Exchanger Retrofit Installation Service Notes:
  • Two 6″ holes will be cut to your home’s exterior wall for the new weatherhoods.
  • Installation Method = “Simplified” (furnace return duct method).
  • Installation fee includes proper furnace / HRV interlock setup.
  • Typical installations will include two certified HVAC technicians.
  • Installation fee includes proper airflow adjustments & accurate air balancing.
  • Main or Auxiliary control wiring to upper level may incur additional fee’s.
  • Upon Completion of install, full maintenance & operating instructions provided.
  • Installation includes a 30-Day Money-Back Satisfaction Guarantee.
 ACCESSORIES FEE: $165.00
  • Accessories fee includes properly sized ducting for the recommended air flows.
  • Accessories fee includes up to 25 feet of insulated duct.
  • Accessories fee includes up to 25 feet of non-insulated duct.
  • Accessories fee includes two fixed covered intake & exhaust hoods with mesh

AIR EXCHANGER REPLACEMENT SERVICE    $348.00

(Greater Toronto Area) 

  • Typical installations will include one certified HVAC technician.
  • Installation fee includes proper airflow adjustments & accurate air balancing.
  • Accessories fee (if any)  to be determined upon arrival.
  • Wall or Auxiliary control wiring to upper level may incur additional fee’s.
  • Upon Completion of install, full maintenance & operating instructions provided

AIR EXCHANGER MAINTENANCE VISIT  $96.00

(Greater Toronto Area)

We have you covered with our 13-Point comprehensive maintenance package:
  • Remove and clean filters. Vacuum / wash or replace* worn out filters as necessary.
  • Remove and clean heat core. Vacuum / wash as necessary.
  • Clean interior housing and motor fan blades. Vacuum and wipe clean as necessary.
  • Clean the drain line, flush if necessary. Ensure drain trap is properly working. Replacement of broken fittings or blocked drain lines*
  • Inspect and clean all interior grilles.
  • Inspect and clean exterior weather hoods. Replacement of broken / missing screens. Re-caulk / seal with foam where necessary. replacement of damaged or inferior exterior hoods as necessary*
  • Check defrost damper and cold air sensor. Confirm the damper opens, closes and seals properly.
  • Inspect insulated flexible duct and reseal where necessary. If insulated duct is wet and soggy, replacement will be advised*
  • Inspect non-insulated duct and seal with foil tape where necessary.
  • Ensure furnace interlock is working properly. Re-wire if necessary.
  • Ensure if installed that the spring-loaded back draft damper is operating properly. (typically located on the “stale air to outside collar”).  Install new damper if required*
  • Check wall control to ensure proper operation of HRV.
  • Most importantly, measure and properly balance HRV air flows as required by specific HRV manufacturer.
*denotes additional cost applicable.