Protect New Zealand Homes with O2Vent: Differences between Our Three Types of Home Ventilation Systems

At O2VENT, we are committed to enhancing indoor air quality across New Zealand. Our innovative products create a healthier and more comfortable living environment, helping you breathe cleaner air, stay drier in winter, and feel fresher in summer.

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A Positive Pressure Ventilation System offers a cost-effective solution for maintaining fresh indoor air, especially when there’s minimal temperature difference between the indoors and outdoors. Utilizing a single in-line duct fan, it introduces fresh outdoor air into your home, creating positive pressure that pushes stale and moist air out. This system is energy-efficient and ideal for most regions in the North Island of New Zealand.

Clean the condensation for you in winter

Clean the condensation for you in winter

Filtered clean fresh air support asthma patients

Filtered clean fresh air support asthma patients

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Prevent mold growth 

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Fresh, Healthy indoor air all year round

A Heat Recovery Ventilation (HRV) system is an economical solution for maintaining fresh indoor air, especially when there’s a significant temperature difference between inside and outside. The HRV system utilizes two fans and a heat exchanger to efficiently transfer heat between incoming and outgoing airflows. By integrating a heat exchanger with your existing heating system, it minimizes heat loss during winter, making it an ideal choice for homes in the South Island of New Zealand.

We offer Daikin VAM and Mitsubishi Electric Lossnay series products.

An Internal Heat Transfer System efficiently redistributes warm air from one heated room to other areas of your home. This system can be installed independently or seamlessly integrated with a Positive Pressure Ventilation System. You can easily customize and switch between modes to suit your heating and ventilation needs. It is ideal for a home with a fireplace.