Vortice

Vortice introduces new Vort HR200 BP to heat recovery range

  • 9 May 2018

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Vortice has reintroduced its compact heat recovery unit – The Vort HR200 BP, in light of a growing demand for smaller heat recovery units as the number of new build high rise apartment blocks and smaller dwellings increases.

This centralised continuous mechanical supply and extract ventilation unit removes stale air from the wet rooms and creates a permanent air path through the home.

The unit has a fully automatic thermal bypass, frost protection and is quiet running. A sleek Italian design guarantees it matches other white goods, whilst its compact size makes it ideal for fitting into a kitchen cupboard.

MVHR manager Russell Beardsworth said the company was excited to have this unit in its heat recovery family.

“We offer a heat recovery solution for many applications, as well as a technical design service and design assistance to ensure you have the correct compliant solution for your home,” he said.

Contact:

Vortice,
Beeches House,
Eastern Avenue,
Burton on Trent,
Staffordshire,
DE13 0BB,
United Kindom
 
Phone: 01283 492949
Fax: 01283 544121

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