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Posted by  andrew peacock on January 24, 2003 at 01:31:10:

dynamic insulation describes the building technique whereby the internal building envelope is de-pressurised causing air to be drawn into the building via air permeable walls. The walls now act as efficient heat exchangers leading to the pre-heating of ventilation air, reducing energy bills by approximately 9%.
The fibrous insulation over which the air passes can act as a highly efficient filter leading the HEPA standards of filtration.
Does anyone have ideas for projects for this technology or indedd comments regarding its veracity.

 
 
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