Positive Input Ventilation (PIV) is a principle where fresh, filtered air is introduced into the home at a continuous rate, encouraging movement of air from inside to outside. This process removes condensation, allergens such as pollen and dust mites as well as the pollutants caused by cooking and cleaning, from the air. This results in a fresh and healthy indoor environment in which condensation and mould cannot exist, and where indoor pollutants including harmful Radon gas are kept to a minimum.
DRI-ECO-LINK-HC (Hall Control) sensors include a Carbon Dioxide detector and Relative Humidity tracker, as well as a 2-way switch which allows the home-owner control over the fan’s running speed with “NORMAL” and “BOOST” functions. Its unique system controls are in the ceiling diffuser, offering convenient access to the homeowner.
Filters only require replacement every five years, so maintenance is minimal. G4 filters prevent external pollutants such as pollen and traffic fumes from entering the home, as well as expelling internal pollutants caused by cooking and cleaning.
Occupant controllability - A remote switch DRI-ECO-2S is available to provide the occupants control of their own comfort within the home
Optional Additional Sensors - Remote carbon dioxide detector DRI-ECO-CO2 and relative humidity sensors DRI-ECO-RH will automatically raise the fans speed when set levels are measured to maintain good air quality
Radon Gas Control - Helps reduce and maintain low Radon gas levels
Easy & Simple Installation - Under one hour
Warranty - 7 year warranty;1 year parts and labour, remaining years parts only