LTR-2 and LTR-6 units with extra insulation terminated

In the future LTR-2 and LTR-6 ventilation units will be sold with 25  mm insulation. The models with extra insulation (50 mm) are terminated because of little demand.

The last day to make orders for products to be discarded is 31st August 2017. For more information, contact your local Enervent dealer and e-mail at

End of life milestone schedule:

Milestone Definition Date
End-of-life announcement Release date of the end-of-life announcement 14th June 2017
End of sales The last day for Enervent Oy to accept orders. The products cannot be ordered after this date. 31st August 2017
Last shipment date The last possible date of shipment from Enervent. 15th October 2017
Last date of support The last date for Enervent to provide support actively and ensure availability of spare parts. 15th October 2027

Porvoo 14th June 2017

Tero Lalu

Manager, Product Management and Technical Support

Enervent’s summer holidays

We are open for you all summer – sales, customer service and service departments are available, as usual, on working days from 8 till 16.

Customer service: phone +358 207 528 801, e-mail: Also on-line chat is available!

Service department: phone +358 207 528 803, e-mail:

Please note our production and dispatch departments are closed weeks 28-30 for summer break, please consider this and plan your orders well in advance.

Have a nice summer holidays!

Enervent makes entry into Chinese market

Enervent together with Hong Kong based reseller Eco Living Ltd participated in the European Union supported EU Gateway, Business Avenues for Clean Technologies event in Beijing at the end of March. The overall objective of EU Gateway to China is to strengthen the presence of European companies in China and thus contribute to economic growth and job creation in the European Union.

The five day event consisted of site visits, a business exhibition and individual business meetings. The event was a success from Enervent’s and Eco Living Ltd’s point of view. The Enervent exhibition stand was frequently visited by interested parties and all scheduled individual business meetings came through. As a result of the successful event we are at the moment looking into several interesting business possibilities.

eWind control replaces ECC control by summer

New regulations are tighter and tighter regarding energy efficiency and local demand control of ventilation. Our answer to these regulations is the new eWind control. The new eWind control will replace the old ECC control by summer and that is why we giving an end of life announcement for units with ECC control.

The last day to order units with ECC control is 28th April 2017.

For more information contact local Enervent personnel, your local reseller or send us an e-mail

End of life announcement

Ensto has sold Ensto Enervent to EM Group

Ensto Oy has sold the entire share capital of Ensto Enervent Oy, a manufacturer of energy-efficient ventilation units, to EM Group Oy, the parent company of Ensto, with the transaction made on 31st of August 2016. In connection with the acquisition, a part of Ensto Enervent’s management has acquired minority of Ensto Enervent’s shares.

The acquisition brings clarity towards markets and customers because Ensto Enervent operates in ventilation business, whereas Ensto mainly focuses in electrification business. Ensto Enervent’s annual turnover has represented about 4% of the total turnover of Ensto.

The businesses will continue as usual and personnel will continue in their duties.
More information

Ari Virtanen
Ensto Group
+358 20 476 2440

Martti Timgren
EM Group Oy
+358 20 476 3552

Jukka Riekkinen
Managing Director
Ensto Enervent Oy
+358 40 518 0899

EM Group is a Finnish family company that owns and develops international enterprises and real estate activities. In total, the companies of the EM Group employ some 1700 people in 20 countries. The Group’s turnover is around €290 million.

Enervent renewed the moderately priced automation for its air ventilation units

In the beginning of June, Enervent introduced a new, easy-to-use, and moderately priced control for its ventilation units. The control is used and adjusted via the stylish and intuitive eWind control panel.

The new eWind automation is available for all Enervent ventilation units, apart from the biggest unit Pallas .

Developed by Enervent, the eWind control is based on the algorithm of the MD control, which was designed for more demanding management of indoor climate. This makes it an extremely versatile solution which can control and adjust the indoor climate in a number of ways. Humidity boosting is a built-in feature. The automation also controls heating and cooling solutions of the Enervent air ventilation systems, such as fluid-based heating and cooling coils of the ground circuit.

The Enervent eWind automation can also be connected to open building automation. The system can be equipped with KNX and Modbus RTU bus control as an option.

Continuous development process of control

eWind is certainly familiar to those acquainted with the Enervent eAir control panel, based on the MD automation. Along with the development of control systems, Enervent was able to introduce all essential features of the MD system in its ventilation units at a reasonable price.

“The more detailed the management of the indoor climate via the ventilation unit that is desired, the more complicated the control system will be. The new features are always first introduced in the more demanding indoor climate-management solutions. From there, they gradually become more common,” says Sales Manager Teemu Kuusinen, promising that the development of automation solutions at Enervent is a continuous process.

“The biggest leaps in the development of air ventilation solutions will be taken in the field of control,” Kuusinen continues. “The actual components of air ventilation units have remained unchanged for decades by now. Development of the control defines how we can use them to adjust and maintain the indoor climate.”

The diversified features do not provide much pleasure if the residents are not able to or cannot use them. This is why we have strongly invested in the intuitiveness and ease of use of the eWind panel.

The eWind control also monitors safety of the home. The sensors control the humidity level of the indoor air, for example, and automatically increase the ventilation as necessary.

Quick to install and affordable to use

Thanks to the factory-installed and pre-set circuit board, the Enervent ventilation units equipped with the new eWind control are quick and easy to install. The only required task at the installation site is the fine adjustment specific to the house/apartment. The new  eWind control also makes the Enervent ventilation solutions really affordable for the customer.

Compare Enervent control systems

The new Enervent Pinion is a near-silent ventilation unit for small spaces

The small Enervent Pinion is best suited for apartments in blocks of flats and terraced houses, and for small detached houses. It is also an excellent solution for other building and renovation projects, where the ventilation of small spaces is required, using separate air ventilation units. The machine operates at the highest energy-efficiency and lowest sound level when the air flow is 67 l/s, at the maximum.

Enervent Pinion is priced to offer a good indoor climate, even in large projects in a cost efficient way.

Read more about Pinion

All Enervent ventilation units belong to energy class A

From January 2016, the ventilation devices must be equipped with an energy label. The marking is already found on other electrically driven domestic appliances and heat pumps, for example. All Enervent ventilation units belong to energy class A.
The energy labelling obligation of the ventilation units is based on the energy labelling directive and the Commission regulation (EU) N:o 1254/2014. The regulation confirms the energy labelling requirements for ventilation units designed to be used in residential buildings. The classification varies from the lowest G category to the highest A.

At the same time as the energy labelling obligation, the Commission regulation (EU) N:o 1253/2014, with regard to ecodesign requirements for ventilation units, comes into force. The common energy-efficiency requirements for fans were confirmed in the Commission regulation (EU) N:o 327/2011.

Clear information on energy efficiency

The energy label of the device provides comparable information to the consumer for making a decision on a purchase. The consumer can detect at a glance, if the consumption of electricity for the device is low or if it is higher than the average level marked red.

In addition to the actual energy class, a significant amount of important information, tested in a uniform way, must be provided for the consumer. The consumer should be able to trust that the properties have been tested and that they are indicated in a clear and uniform way for each device manufacturer, whether the question is about the control type of the air conditioner, the type or efficiency of the heat recovery system, the input power with the maximum air flow, the nominal electric power or the sound power level.

The sound power level plays a significant role in terms of a good room microclimate and comfort.

At its best in a cold environment

The energy efficiency of a ventilation unit is indicated in the energy label for the middlemost climate zone in the European union. In energy labels of air source heat pumps and room air conditioners, for example, the energy class is indicated for three climate zones.
Naturally, the Enervent ventilation units have been developed to operate with as high energy-efficiency as possible in the Nordic climate. Thus, in the coldest climate zone, the energy class for all Enervent ventilation unit would be A+.

The energy used by the ventilation units creates a significant share of the total energy requirement of the households within the European union. The Commission has paid attention to the high energy consumption of many ventilation units.
Thanks to the directive, the energy consumption in dwelling is expected to fall by 45% within the European union by 2025.