Sustainability Mon, Sep 30, 2019 10:18 AM
Vortice has launched a new single room heat recovery unit which is quiet, efficient, energy saving and anti-allergic thanks to built-in filters preventing the release of pollutants and allergens into the surrounding air.
Easy to install and maintain, the Vort HRW Mono is an ideal alternative to traditional ventilation systems and intermittent fans.
Suitable for recessed installation in outside walls of thickness between 285 and 700 mm, it has a low voltage EC motor-driven fan and five speeds.
There are two versions of the Vort HRW Mono, manual or RC (remote control), allowing the unit to be turned off and on and the mode of operation to be selected. The device includes LEDs for filter monitoring and diagnostics. The Vort HRW Mono has three operating modes; ventilation with heat recovery, ventilation with air extraction only and ventilation with air intake only and there is also the option to install temperature and relative humidity sensors.
Sales Manager Paul Gunner said: “We are very pleased to have introduced this single room heat recovery system. It is already being extremely well received by our customers.”
The Vort HRW unit can also be fitted with an anti-insect mesh which is inserted into the duct and external grid at time of installation.
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