New Zealand homes are getting more air tight than ever. As a result, in addition to the need for adequate heating and cooling, fresh air is also key to overall better health and well-being. Lossnay Fresh Air Home Ventilation is the ideal solution to bring fresh filtered air in, with the added benefit of heat recovery. The range includes whole home ducted units and alternative vertical models that are not limited to in-roof installations.
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.
Not all air is created equal. Lossnay only draws fresh air from the outside – it does not draw air from the attic. The absence of significant air movement common in attics means the air is likely to be stale. In addition, build-up of dust, dirt and other contaminants such as mould, insect and rodent droppings makes this air much harder to filter before it is distributed through your home. This is why the Balanced Pressure Lossnay System specifically utilises direct fresh air instead.
Elevating air quality and maximising energy efficiencies has never been easier, because now the power is in your hands.
Lossnay Wi-Fi Control truly is the smart evolution in fresh air ventilation.
*The following compatible Lossnay models can be connected to the Wi-Fi Control Service via a compatible Wi-Fi Interface MAC-588IF-E: VL-250/350/500 Vertical, LGH-RVX-E-1 and LGH-RVS-E Series only.
†The outside ‘Fresh Air’ and the inside ‘Avg Temp’ air temperatures are measured by the built-in sensors that are centrally located in the main Lossnay Ventilation unit.
^In comparison to using a dedicated cooling device. The unit will continue to use a small amount of power to bring colder fresh air from outside.
Watch an example of a Lossnay Ventilation System