dPoint & Paul Unite to Form CORE

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What happens when the two world leaders in ERV Exchangers unite?

The future of energy recovery is formed.

Introducing CORE Energy Recovery Solutions: the union of dPoint, North America’s premiere manufacturer of Commercial and Residential ERV cores and polymer membranes, plus Paul, Europe’s leader in high-efficiency Counter-flow Residential ERV and HRV exchangers.Together, the combined team represents the next generation of ERV through an unmatched combination of leading technologies, best in class production, global reach and the shared mission to improve lives and conserve energy for people and the buildings they live and work in.

1. What are the benefits for our customers?

Our customers will benefit from expanded product offerings, superior solutions and a strong technical team to support them. We will also be able to respond faster with more innovative products.

2. Why did you pick the name CORE?

It’s a small word that has a big meaning for our company and like its definition, it is the perfect word that describes what we create “The CORE” – one of the central, innermost, essential technologies in a ventilation system that make buildings healthy and energy efficient.

3. What does the CORE logo represent?

The Infinity Loop in our logo represents the continuous flow of Fresh Air through a ventilation system and the home.

4. What is your slogan?

“Improving Life at Its CORE” because our products improve the health of people, reduce energy consumption and help make our planet more sustainable.

5. How many employees are there at CORE?

We have 165 employees with 80 in Vancouver and 85 in Reinsdorf.

6. What new products can we expect from CORE?

We have launched a new cross-flow core in North America called Mustang which can handle larger airflows (6000cmh/3500cfm), has higher latent effectiveness and lower pressure drop. We have a new commercial counter-flow core for Europe with high performance from a formable membrane.We are getting ready to launch a new membrane called Gryphon that has higher latent effectiveness and blocks odour cross-over.

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