ERVs and formaldehyde
In the Allison Bailes interview with Dr. Iain Walker http://www.greenbuildingadvisor.com/blogs/dept/building-science/intervie...
the emerging concerns about formaldehyde transfer (or non-transfer) are discussed at the end. As stated in the interview, it's hard for the purchaser to know the exact extent of the issue with particular units, but Dr. Walker does describe the 2 methods of exchanging moisture, wheel and membrane with the latter being preferred.
I will be using an ERV on a new build in Zone 4A and would be really interested to know which ones are currently using the membrane for moisture exchange. Or, conversely, specific models that do not.
Thanks in advance for any help or guidance you can provide.
Posted Jul 8, 2014 11:56 AM ET
Edited Jul 9, 2014 6:13 AM ET
Other Questions in Mechanicals
I have a 800 sq ft home in Asheville,NC and am looking to put on a 550 sq ft addition. I have looking into all options of radiant floor heat vs mini splits for our heating and get stuck between preference and practicality. I am adding three floors with e