Vent-Axia has added two new wholehouse ventilation systems to its residential range. Part of the Vent- Axia Lo Carbon initiative, the LoWatt HR204 is a SAP Appendix Q listed solution capable of 70% heat recovery whilst the 205 MEV is a central extract system designed to operate solely from a cooker hood location.
The new LoWatt HR204 heat recovery system is designed to remove warm, moist air from wet rooms, such as, bathrooms and kitchens, passing the stale air through the unit’s heat exchanger before it is exhausted to outside. Fresh incoming air is pre-heated via this integral heat exchanger which recovers up to 70% of the heat energy that would otherwise be wasted. The unit’s energy saving Vent-Axia LoWatt DC motors further improve its efficiency and carbon reducing capabilities.
With a performance of up to 185m3/h FID capacity (balanced airflow), Vent-Axia’s HR204 is ideal for flats, apartments and smaller dwellings, fully complying with the latest requirements of the Building Regulations Part F 2006 for wholehouse ventilation. The compact and quiet-running unit is suitable for installation in kitchen or airing cupboards with inlet and discharge ducts connected to outside walls, roof or central risers.
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