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Jack_in_VA
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Re: Smoke-proofing and sound-proofing from neighbours in condo

Just install a fresh air heat exchanger

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Air exchangers contain a heat exchanger core that uses the heating/cooling energy contained in the outgoing stale air to temper the incoming fresh air.
Fresh Air Ventilation for a Healthy Home


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said by Jack_in_VA:

Just install a fresh air heat exchanger

quote:
Air exchangers contain a heat exchanger core that uses the heating/cooling energy contained in the outgoing stale air to temper the incoming fresh air.
Fresh Air Ventilation for a Healthy Home

OP would defiantly need to go with the "Supply Only" type.
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Bob4
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reply to Jack_in_VA
That won't prevent the neighbor's smoke from entering his unit.


Jack_in_VA
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said by Bob4:

That won't prevent the neighbor's smoke from entering his unit.

Really read the options


Jack_in_VA
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said by TheTechGuru:

said by Jack_in_VA:

Just install a fresh air heat exchanger

quote:
Air exchangers contain a heat exchanger core that uses the heating/cooling energy contained in the outgoing stale air to temper the incoming fresh air.
Fresh Air Ventilation for a Healthy Home

OP would defiantly need to go with the "Supply Only" type.

That's the option the OP would need bring in air and let it force it's way into the other unit.

quote:
Supply Only
Supply ventilation systems involve the use of a fan to bring outside air into the home while air leaks out of the home through holes in the shell, fan ducts and intentional vents (if any exist). A typical supply ventilation system introduces fresh air into usually one or more rooms within the home that residents occupy most often (e.g., bedrooms, living room).