A well designed and installed home ventilation system offers the convenience of good ventilation by continuously replacing air, independently of weather conditions. If dampness is your main concern, address the source of the moisture problem before looking at ventilation systems.

You will often be able to address the source of the moisture yourself without having to invest in an expensive ventilation system. Ventilation systems by themselves are not an effective way to heat your home. If you are trying to make your home warmer, it's better to invest in install an effective Mitsubishi Lossnay Heat Recovery Ventillation.

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How does Lossnay work?

Balanced Pressure Heat Recovery Ventilation Solutions

Lossnay by Mitsubishi Electric, is an advanced Fresh Air Heat Recovery Ventilation System that captures and filters fresh outdoor air (as opposed to attic air) to replace indoor stale air for an all-round healthier, drier and warmer home. But what makes Lossnay so different from other ventilation systems is our patented Heat Exchanger, which is the secret to the heat recovery capabilities of the Lossnay ventilation unit and provides several important benefits.

The Mitsubishi Electric Lossnay Difference

  • Draws in fresh air from the outside not the attic.
  • Removes stale air from the inside
  • Circulates fresh air without draughts
  • Heat recovery from stale outgoing air
  • Whisper quiet operation
  • Balanced Pressure Ventilation
  • Designed for modern homes that are more airtight

Why Outside Air, Not Attic Air?

Not all air is created equal. Lossnay only draws fresh air from the outside – it does not draw air from the attic. The absence of significant air movement common in attics means the air is likely to be stale. In addition, build-up of dust, dirt and other contaminants such as mould, insect and rodent droppings makes this air much harder to filter before it is distributed through your home. This is why the Balanced Pressure Lossnay System specifically utilises direct fresh air instead.

Mitsubishi provide two models

VL-220CZGV-E (64 l/s of air)

Fresh Air Home Ventilation with Lossnay Heat Recovery

Lossnay is the ultimate home ventilation system that provides fresh clean air (from the outside not attic space), removes both moisture and stale indoor air and effectively recovers heat not only from outgoing stale air but also from damp areas such as kitchens and bathrooms. Featuring the new advanced Diamond Heat Exchanger, heat is recovered from both outgoing stale air as well as from damp areas such as kitchens and bathrooms. This heat is utilised to pre-heat incoming fresh air so your heating system is not required to work as hard to maintain desired room temperature.


VL-100EU5-E (29 l/s of air)

Single Room Fresh Air Ventilation with Lossnay Energy Recovery

The wall-mounted VL100 Lossnay Fresh Air Energy Recovery Single Room Ventilation unit provides energy efficient ventilation to ensure individual rooms have a constant supply of healthy, fresh air with the additional benefit of energy efficient heat recovery at the same time. And because the unit is ductless in design, it means the system is ideal for homes and buildings where there is no roof space to install a heat exchanger.

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Steam and constant humidity causes mould and mildew which is unhealthy. There are many products that can temporarily remove mould and mildew, but it will still continue to grow and breed if you don't take care of the base cause.

By installing a high quality extraction fan into these service rooms it can dramatically lower the moisture content in your home making it dryer and a much healthier place to live.

A small exhaust fan mounted in the ceiling or high on a wall pulls the moist air out of the room and leaves the air too dry for mould spores to grow.

There are several types of extractors available depending your preferences and your house design.

Bathroom extractor systems come with a 5 year warranty and are available in different systems

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In-Line Fan Kits

The most common bathroom system. The fan is mounted in the ceiling space with the grille directly above the steam source. Other benefits:

  • Upgraded exterior grille - includes both a weatherproof cowl and a fixed insert.
  • These powerful inline mixed flow fans have been designed for applications that require higher airflows with low relative noise levels
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Thru Wall Fans

Great for where the bathroom is on an external wall or there is no ceiling space for an in-line fan. Other benefits:

  • Includes weatherproof cowl.
  • These fans are designed to be ducted straight through an exterior wall and are efficient and easy to install
  • These axial fans have been upgraded with ball bearing motors to prolong the life of the motor.
  • These can only be installed as a replacement if existing thru-wall/window fan present.
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LED Heat/Fan/Light Units

With high levels of extraction, these units have a stylish low profile design, making them easy to install into tight fitting roof cavities. Other benefits include:

  • Incorporating long-life energy efficient LED centre lamps.
  • Stylish low profile design
  • Temperature interlocked safety feature
  • Complete system ready to install: supplied with ducting, exterior grille and wall switch
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In most exhaust hoods, a filtration system removes grease (the grease trap) and other particles. Although many vent hoods exhaust air to the outside, some recirculate the air to the kitchen. In a recirculating system, filters may be used to remove odors in addition to the grease. (from Wikipedia please make some changes in sentence formation)

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