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Provides a throrough description of CMHC s prototype research house for environmentally hypersensitive people. Provides details about a prototype house designed and constructed by CMHC to demonstrate and provide an opportunity to evaluate a range of innovative features which can help achieve a clean indoor environment while reducing the cost of housing for people who are environmentally hypersensitive and others who suffer from allergies and respiratory diseases, such as asthma. weblink: cmhc-schl.gc.ca/en/inpr/bude/heho/heho_001.cfm
Hot drainwater clings to the inside of the all-copper Power Pipeâ„¢ in a thin film, efficiently transferring its heat (recycling energy) to incoming cold water circulating in the coils. The Power-Pipeâ„¢ uses the ultra-high heat transfer and thermal-conductive properties of copper to recycle heat for your drainwater and reduce your hot water bill. By taking the heat from wastewater that goes down your drain, the Power-Pipeâ„¢ (also known as GFX) pre-heats the fresh water heading into your hot water tank, providing significant savings and energy efficiency! weblink: renewability.com/power_pipe/index.html
Overhead cable lighting contains MR 16 LED spotlamps. These lamps only consume four watts of energy, four times the light (as halogen or equivalent wattage), and have a lamp life four times as long as Cable lighting is the most flexible type of system – instead of straight wires, the power runs through a bendable monorail, which means you can create any shape in a room. The condo s “All Off” switch, typically located near the main entry, allows one to turn all lights off when exiting. Motion detectors and dimmer swtiches reduce light output and electricity use.