Honeywell's breakthrough TrueSTEAM Humidification System can ensure that your home and family are getting the right amount of moisture.
Your home is a lot like your body. It needs to stay properly hydrated in order to maintain the health and comfort of those living in it.
Air that is too dry can act like a giant sponge, soaking moisture up from everything that it touches in your home - your woodwork, wood floors and furnishings - not to mention symptoms of dry skin, chapped lips, dry nasal passages and static electricity.
No doubt about it, dry air can take a toll on your family and your comfort.
Moisture on Demand- TrueSTEAM works by producing its own steam independent of equipment operation, so your home gets moisture when you need it most.
Eco-Friendly- TrueSTEAM is the most eco-friendly way to humidify your home, because it uses up to 70 percent less water while delivering more moisture than traditional whole-house humidifiers.
"True Steam"- While other humidifiers rely on moisture-filled pads that can be susceptible to bacteria growth in the water and the airstream, TrueSTEAM delivers "true steam"- the cleansing form of humidification.
Reduced Heating Bills- In addition to keeping your home and family comfortable, TrueSTEAM can help reduce heating bills. Because humidified air feels warmer, you'll be able to turn your thermostat down for energy savings.
Out of Sight, Out of Mind- TrueSTEAM is installed out-of-sight by your heating and cooling professional into your home's central heating and cooling system. You can forget about having to fill clunky, portable units, because TrueSTEAM automatically fills itself.
Minimal Maintenance- Simply clean once a year with soap and water and the rest of the time it cleans itself automatically.
Enhance Your Comfort and Protect Your Home.
Maintain your home's most comfortable humidity level automatically with a Honeywell bypass Flow-Through humidifier. Proper humidity provides a more comfortable living environment at a lower temperature, so you can turn down your thermostat for energy savings.
Controlling humidity also means moisturizing dry air to prevent damage to valuable hardwood floors and woodwork.
A bypass Flow-Through humidifier uses a bypass off the supply or return airflow to create pressure that draws the airflow into the humidifier and through the moisturized pad. The result is an even distribution of humidity in the air throughout your home.
Meets Canadian Lung Association Health House Guidelines.
Optimum humidity. Perfect humidity even when your furnace is operating on low.
Perfect Flo tray. Distributes water evenly over the humidification pad.
Seasonal damper. Easy control of humidity from season to season.
5 year warranty on parts.
Model Numbers: HE225A 1014, HE265A.
Heat or energy recovery has become essential today, given constantly rising costs and public awareness of our non-renewable resources. Heat or energy recovery systems have been designed to recover the heat or energy contained in exhaust air.
Thanks to a balanced air flow exchange system, the heat or energy from contaminated exhaust air passes through the recovery core, and fresh air enters through other cells absorbing that heat or energy without mixing with the exhaust air. So you benefit from healthy fresh air while you save on heating or air conditioning costs. A selection of models and controls are offered to suit your needs.
How can you know whether you need a heat or a energy recovery system?
If you use a heating system more often than air conditioning you need an HRV. If the opposite is the case, an ERV is recommended.
HRV: Contaminated exhaust air and fresh outside air pass through the heat recovery core in separate passages that prevent air contamination or mixture. The fresh outside air then absorbs the heat and warms up, and is distributed at a more comfortable temperature to the various rooms by the ventilation system.
ERV: It transfers latent energy (humidity from the most humid air current to the driest), while transferring heat. So in winter, the outside air will absorb the exhaust airs humidity, and in summer the reverse.