Zehnder's commitment to indoor ventilation is about more than technology; it's about nurturing the industry through innovation and insight. We strive to provide professionals with the tools, resources, and knowledge needed to create energy-efficient, healthy environments that adhere to the highest standards of excellence.
The 2021 updates to Building Regulations introduce pivotal changes to indoor ventilation design and installation in both new and existing dwellings. These changes, focused on airtight and thermally efficient developments, align with the road to Net Zero and Future Homes Standard. The new regulations emphasise comfort, health, and environmental sustainability through innovative methodologies and requirements for ventilation systems, noise levels, and minimum ventilation rates.
Passive House presents a ground-breaking approach to energy-efficient construction. It’s a standard that symbolises comfort, affordability, and minimal heating needs through passive heat gains. Zehnder’s contributions to the UK’s Passive House movement, along with its accredited range of MVHR Systems, continue to lead the way in low energy dwelling design and construction.
Looking for relief during hot weather? Discover the MVHR Summer Bypass system, specifically designed for the unpredictable UK climate. Dive into the technology that maintains ventilation without heat recovery, and find out what makes a TRUE Summer Bypass, tailored for homes.
Air pollution caused by NO2 is a significant challenge, affecting health and compliance with Indoor Air Quality regulations. Zehnder's innovative Heat Recovery and NOx Filtration solutions are tailored to address these concerns. Integrating G3 and carbon filtration with Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR), these systems ensure clean, balanced, and fresh air.
The Zehnder Enthalpy Exchanger offers superior indoor air quality and optimal comfort by efficiently recovering heat and humidity. Its patented polymer membrane ensures hygienic operation, preventing mould and microbes, and offers frost-free operation even below 0°C. Not only does it enhance building durability and air quality, but its energy-efficient design also translates to significant cost savings for customers.