Energy Impact of Ventilation and Dynamic Insulation.

Dynamic insulation stands for an insulation through which an air flow flows. The air flow is usually the normal ventilation flow. The air can flow in the same or in the opposite direction of the normal heat flow. The dynamic insulation can be arranged as single where only inlet or exhaust air passes the insulation, or as combined where inlet and exhaust air pass one half of the insulation each. Dynamic insulation using exhaust air might result in condensation problems in cold climates.

Insulating masonry walls.