Nuaire PIV - Positive Input Ventilation
Nuaire PIV – Positive Input Ventilation
Nuaire research found that around 1 in 5 homes are poorly ventilated, leading to mould growth and poor indoor air quality.
Keeping your windows closed is an effective way to stay warm, but it creates moisture that adheres to the walls of your home and causes condensation on the windows.
The moist air stays trapped inside the home creating, condensation that leads to black mould patches and musty smells. Mould spores and house dust mites breed in these damp, humid conditions and can trigger asthma and other health problems.
In 1972 a new technology called positive input ventilation, or PIV. The most cost-effective cure for condensation now installed in over one million U. K. Homes air is continuously drawn into the ventilated loft space. The PIV replaces stale and contaminated air with fresh filtered air creating a healthy environment in which condensation cannot exist in the home.
Nuaire Drimaster-Eco Positive Input Ventilation or PIV air system is trusted by Social Housing providers. New Build Developers and Private Landlords recognise PIV as a whole house system that prevents condensation and mould from damaging the home and the health of the occupants.
Clinical trials have proven that Nuaire Drimaster-Eco Positive Input Ventilation reduces dust mites helping asthma and allergy sufferers. This process also protects the fabric of the building from mould and condensation damage reducing maintenance costs.
Unlike other PIV’s on the market, Nuaire Drimaster-Eco Positive Input Ventilation uses a 400-watt heater, reducing running and lifecycle costs. Nuaire units offer twice as much filter area, making them more effective for longer.
Quick and simple to install in under one hour. The fan speed can be varied to improve your indoor air quality and save energy when the house is unoccupied.
Find out how Nuaire Drimaster-Eco Positive Input Ventilation can solve your condensation dampness challenges and begin to improve your indoor air quality today.