PIV - Positive Input Ventilation with Heater

PIV - Positive Input Ventilation with Heater
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As the leading whole home ventilation solution in the UK, positive input ventilation (PIV) aims to safeguard both homeowners and tenants from harmful indoor air pollutants. By continuously filtering and refreshing the air within your home, Nuaire's PIV units provide peace of mind and promote better breathing quality.

PIV Unit Only - This is the unit only and no ducting or grille will be supplied

PIV Complete Kit - This will include 5m Insulated Ducting and White internal Round Grille (ICG)

Whats in the box

  • Unit (PIV)
  • G4 Filter
  • Heater
  • Smart Controller

Complet kit adds

  • 5m Insulated Ducting 
  • Internal White Grille
  • Clamps


What is Positive Input Ventilation (PIV)? - PIV is a method for improving indoor air quality by replacing stale air with filtered, drier air and increasing air circulation, eliminating condensation and mold caused by high moisture levels in homes.

The Solution - Improve indoor air quality with PIV units for all properties. Choose from loft or wall installation. Available for houses and flats.
Did you know that 58% of people have suffered with mould and condensation. If you consider the fact that 90% of the time is spent indoors, it is vitally important to focus on improving indoor air quality 
Cooking, cleaning and bathing -  Activities can produce up to 10 liters of moisture per day. Drying laundry indoors can add an extra 2.5 liters per load. This may lead to 12.5 liters of moisture in the home, which can result in condensation and mold.
Volatile organic compounds -  Indoor air quality can be compromised by common household items like paint, furniture, and cleaning products. Poor IAQ has been linked to health risks such as heart and respiratory diseases, and asthma is a major concern, with the average person breathing 9,000 litres of indoor air daily.
Increased insulation - The drive to insulate homes creates an airtight box where heat, moisture, and chemicals cannot escape. Poor indoor air quality can result.