Mitsubishi Electric Lossnay Single Room Ventilation System is designed to provide cost effective energy recovery ventilation to one specific area in the home.
The Lossnay VL100 Range includes a ducted model that is the perfect unobtrusive in-ceiling solution.
For applications without adequate roof space, there is a ductless unit purpose-built to accommodate a simple back-to-back wall mount installation.
Lossnay by Mitsubishi Electric, is an advanced Fresh Air Heat Recovery Ventilation System that captures and filters fresh outdoor air (as opposed to attic air) to replace indoor stale air for an all-round healthier, drier and warmer home. But what makes Lossnay so different from other ventilation systems is our patented Heat Exchanger, which is the secret to the heat recovery capabilities of the Lossnay ventilation unit and provides several important benefits.
The Lossnay Core recovers energy from the extracted stale air, to pre-warm or pre-cool the incoming air. As a result, an existing heating appliance in the room does not have to work as hard to reach desired temperatures, maximising energy efficiency and reducing your energy bill.
Stale air with higher levels of CO2 is a common problem not only in schools and offices but also in homes where structures are becoming more and more airtight due to more stringent building regulations.
High levels of CO2 can affect concentration and learning as well as overall wellbeing and productivity. Furthermore, the lack of natural ventilation in airtight spaces can lead to the build-up of moisture-laden stale air. This is the perfect breeding ground for mould that can trigger allergy or respiratory problems.
The option of leaving doors and windows open to allow fresh air to enter is not always desirable or practical, with potential security risks and greater exposure to outdoor noise.
This is where a fresh air ventilation system like Lossnay can make a real difference.
In winter a traditional ventilator captures fresh air at the cold outside temperature. Lossnay Ventilation preheats the outside air before bringing the fresh, filtered air inside.
In summer a traditional ventilator captures fresh air at the hot outside temperature. Lossnay Ventilation lowers the outside air temperature before bringing the fresh, filtered air inside.