A compulsory ventilation system to ensure good renewal of the ambient air in a home, VMC now offers several types of installation, among which is self-adjusting VMC. Here are some tips to guide you towards choosing a self-adjusting CMV.
Self-regulating VMC operation
Opposed to a humidity-controlled VMC which relies on humidity detectors to ensure the renewal of air, the self-regulating VMC is a ventilation system which receives stale air from wet areas in a heat exchanger before evacuating it outwards. At the same time, the fresh air also passes through this heat exchanger, without contact with the stale air, to enter the main rooms through the air vents.
The advantages of a self-adjusting CMV
By permanently renewing the air in a home, self-regulating VMC offers some advantages. The first of them is probably its price. Less expensive than a humidity-controlled CMV, the self-regulating CMV is then easier to install. When dual-flow, the self-regulating VMC also allows significant savings in consumption by recovering a maximum of calories. The self-adjusting VMC finally offers fairly good acoustic comfort, and very good thermal comfort, whether it is to conserve heat in winter or to keep it cool in summer.