The Fanco Habitat Heat Recovery DC process consists of two cycles. First warm stale air within a room is extracted and flows through the ceramic energy accumulator within the Fanco Habitat – while passing through this it heats and moistens the ceramic accumulator transferring up to 88% of its thermal energy. After 70 seconds the ceramic heat exchanger gets heated and automatically switches onto supply mode.
At this second cycle, clean fresh air from the outside flows through the ceramic energy accumulator – absorbing the moisture and heats up to the internal room temperature due to the collected heat. In 70 seconds, as the accumulators temperature drops down, the fan automatically switches to extract mode and the whole cycle continues all over again.