I’ve seen only one system in a residential setting over the years, and it was installed in the home of a mechanical engineer friend of mine. His system was elaborate and expensive, as it was designed on a commercial scale. A real overkill, which I kidded him and still do today.
Keep in mind, were not talking F/A or C/A into the system here.
That being said, there are residential systems out there that are certainly capable of giving the same basic effect as the commercially designed systems. I think the major consideration in installing any type of make-up air/ economizer/ fresh-air system is in the design, location, application and control of the operation. There are various design criteria, that should to be evaluated on a case by case basis (ie: structure design/methods of construction, insulation, vapor barrier, infiltration, usage, etc.) as well as the local environment. You don’t want to be intaking outside environmental conditions, that can’t be filtered adequately. Controlling the operation is critical, either by timers, thermostat, enthalpy, etc.
Any design or installation flaw, lack of proper maintenance, etc. can/will be more problematic to the owner/occupants, the structure, and the contents, than a more typical designed HVAC system.
Sorry if I seemed to ramble, but I hate to see design, installation mistakes and/or misapplications, just for the sake of dollars or wanting to be the latest/greatest on the block.