Enter your e-mail address below to have your password reset. You will receive an e-mail with a new temporary password in it.
Your new password is on its way. If you have problems accessing your account, please contact us at 1-888-757-4774 and we'll help you out.
I'm sorry, your e-mail was not found in our system.
If you think this is a mistake, please contact customer service at 1-888-757-4774 or via e-mail here.
Location: 185 Price Parkway, Farmingdale, NY 11735
Hours: 8:00AM - 7:00PM, Mon - Fri
This product does not comply with the "Safe Drinking Water Act,"
which requires that products used in any system providing water for human
consumption (drinking or cooking) to meet low-lead standards.
Please check the box below to confirm you are aware of that this item is for non-potable water applications only.
This product will NOT be used in the installation or repair of a potable water (human consumption) application.
You must agree to this statement in order to purchase this product.
This product was discontinued by the manufacturer.
Voltage, or volts, is a measurement of the difference between two electric fields (in heating terms, the difference between the Earth's electrical field and the electricity running through your wires).
Amperage, or amps, refers to the amount of electricity flowing through the wires.
Wattage, or watts, is the amount of electrical power that an appliance uses or generates.
A Heat Recovery Ventilator is a complete whole house ventilation system that incorporates a supply motor and an exhaust motor in one unit. It is designed to bring a continuous supply of fresh air into the home while exhausting an equal amount of contaminated air. HRVs use what is known as a "sensible" heat recovery core. The special aluminum core transfers heat from the exhaust air stream to the incoming air stream. Fresh incoming air is tempered by the heat that is transferred from the outgoing air so you save on energy costs.
HRVs are designed for colder areas of the country that have longer heating seasons as well as drier desert areas of the South.
(based on 2 reviews)
Reviewed by 2 customers
Displaying reviews 1-2
Back to top
from Cumberland, RI
Comments about VHR Series Heat Recovery Ventilator w/ Fan Shutdown Defrost, 5" Top Ports (up to 1,400 Sq. Ft.):
I am a professional installer and I can say that the quality of this product surpassed my expectations. I have used Lifebreath and I find this product superior. The internal core heat exchanger actually has a handle that you grab and slide the whole core out easily to be washed in your sink or with a hose. The motors are high quality and super quiet. The control board connections are simple and easily accessible. I recommend using the ECO-TOOUCH control with this unit. I also used the Fantech supply and exhaust hoods for the intake and exhaust on the outside of the home. The CG series finish grilles are great for finish outlets in the home. The are adjustable and very attractve.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Images shared by GJack
Tags: Picture of Product
CG Series Outlet Example
Was this review helpful? Yes / No
- You may also flag this review
I am pleased
from Chilliwack, BC
Shipping was immediate and fast. Five business days to get it across the country, and it took me a couple hours to pick it up across the border and bring it into Canada. No duty as its Canadian made. I have only had it running a few days, but it seems like a well built unit. Not overly complex which is good. Very light, powerful, quiet fans. If you have any basic DIY skills you can easily install yourself. If you are using your existing duct work, all necessary parts available at local building store. I did a modified cross install - intake air is taken from the furnace return duct and outflow air is returned to the outflow air from furnace. All 5" ducts, and I used a dremel tool to cut my two holes in the existing duct work. If you have a ECM furnace blower you're in great shape, and should just run it all the time while the HRV is running. You can link them together. I didn't. My PSC furnace blower uses 600 watts and blows too much air, so I added three 6" inline duct fans that run all the time in the existing furnace duct. With the HRV, they push enough air and only use 105 watts in total. If you like information (like what mode your system is actually in) and cool green lights, I'd recommend getting the EDF5 controller. Although not overly intuitive, and lacking on instructions, once you get it figured out it's truly a set and forget setup that always ensures your house air is fresh. Nicest part about it all is that it qualifies for a Canadian Ecoenergy grant and will not cost me a dime (other than my time and energy).
Subscribe to our Channel
Like Us on Facebook
Visit Our Blog
At SupplyHouse.com, our goal is to bring you the highest quality plumbing, heating and HVAC supplies at competitive prices. Our product catalog includes PEX Plumbing Supplies, Radiant Heat Supplies, VisionPro Honeywell Thermostats, Taco pumps and mini-split air conditioners. If there are items you are looking for but can't find on our website, please contact our Customer Service Representatives & we will do our best to find what you need.
© 2014 SupplyHouse.com