Recuperation is the process of recovering heat from exhaust air and reusing it to heat or cool supply air in ventilation and air conditioning systems. The main purpose of recuperation is to improve the energy efficiency of buildings by reducing the energy required to heat or cool the incoming air.

What does a recuperation system consist of?

A recuperation installation consists of several key components that work together to ensure that heat or cooling is recovered from the exhausted air and that fresh, suitably heated or cooled air is delivered into the building. Here are the main components of a typical recuperation installation:

  1. The heart of the system is the heat exchanger (recuperator) - the central element of the system in which the heat transfer process takes place.

  2. Windmills (fans) - windmills are used to drive air through the heat exchanger and distribute it throughout the system.

  3. Air filters - are placed in both the exhaust air stream and the fresh air stream to remove dirt, dust, pollen, allergens and other particles. This ensures better indoor air quality.

  4. Control systems - the recuperation installation is integrated with a control system that regulates the operation of the fans, controls the temperature and humidity of the air and monitors other parameters to maintain the right conditions inside the building.

  5. Ductwork and air distribution: ductwork and air distribution systems transport air to different rooms in a building. They must be properly designed to allow even air delivery.

All the components listed must be correctly selected to ensure optimum conditions for the occupants of the home after the installation of the recuperation system. 


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Energy saving

Recuperation allows heat to be recovered from the air being blown outside the building and used to heat or cool fresh air. As a result, HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) systems use less energy, resulting in lower energy bills.



Recuperation makes it possible to control the humidity and temperature of the air supplied to a building's interior, helping to create a more comfortable environment for residents or employees. Recuperation systems remove pollutants and allergens from the air, which can improve indoor air quality. This is particularly important for people with allergies or asthma.

Caring for the environment

By reducing energy consumption, recuperation systems help to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and other atmospheric pollutants, which contributes to environmental protection.

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Cost reduction

Lower energy consumption means lower building operating costs. In the long term, this can significantly reduce the cost of maintaining the property.

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Clean air

Reimbursement of up to 100% of investment for the highest level of funding (max. PLN 16,700)

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Thermal modernisation allowance

The maximum deduction limit is £53,000 per owner

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Warm flat

From 30TP3T to 95% costs depending on income

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