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Panasonic Debuts New Intelli-Balance 200 Energy Recovery Ventilator to Canada

By Logan Caswell   

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Designed to increase airflow in tightly built homes with both exhaust and supply air.

Intelli-Balance™ 200 (CNW Group/Panasonic Canada)

Panasonic has introduced the new Intelli-Balance 200 Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) to the Canadian market. Designed to increase airflow in tightly built homes with both exhaust and supply air. Allows  builders and homeowners alike to better design and meet ASHRAE 62.2 requirements, improving indoor air quality and reducing ventilation costs.

Designed for single-family homes and new construction builds to meet energy efficiency standards, the Intelli-Balance 200 provides healthy air quality within the living space. With its two electronically commutated brushless motors with built-in SmartFlow technology, the ERV offers precision ventilation with low power consumption. The device’s multi-speed selector (60 to 200 Cubic Feet per Minute) provides customizable airflow to create balanced, positive or negative air pressure within the home.

With the optional, all-new LCD Wall Control Panel, homeowners have instant access to custom ventilation control settings and real-time air flow and temperature monitoring. The occupant-controlled Boost function, with an adjustable timer from 10 to 60 minutes, provides increased ventilation on demand with the tap of a button ensuring balanced airflow.

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