Do heat recovery systems work?

- Oct 16, 2019-

It is used in the air-conditioning system to exchange heat between fresh air and exhaust air, and to recover the cooling capacity (or heat) in the exhaust air to the fresh air. High-efficiency sensible heat exchange (aluminum substrate) and efficient latent heat exchange (special molecular sieve adsorption layer) can be simultaneously achieved by firmly attaching a high-efficiency dedicated molecular sieve layer to an aluminum substrate. It is easy to achieve more than 80% fresh air full heat exchange efficiency at economic wind speed.

For example, in the summer, the outdoor fresh air conditions are high temperature and high humidity, and the indoor exhaust air is relatively low temperature and low humidity. When the fresh air passes through the runner, the aluminum substrate on the fresh air side of the runner will be heated, and the molecular sieve adhesion layer on the surface of the runner will adsorb a large amount of fresh air. The water in the water. The runner rotates continuously during work. After being heated and humidified, the fresh air side wheel core is then transferred into the air on the exhaust side. At this time, the temperature and humidity of the surface of the wheel core are higher than the air flow on the exhaust side, so the runner It is ventilated to cool and dehumidify. The above process continues with the rotation of the runner, and the effect we see is that the fresh air with high temperature and high humidity is cooled and dehumidified after passing through the runner, and the exhaust air is heated and humidified.