Vectaire

Trio of new models for Vectaire’s vertical whole house heat recovery range

  • 5 Jun 2019

To help solve the very real problems of noise pollution, Vectaire has three new models in their vertical whole house heat recovery range.

The Midi, Maxi and Maxi Plus are now available with advanced acoustic attenuation and are lined with superior sound deadening materials for really low sound levels, which have been tested by BRE.

Sound pressure levels are down to <5.0, <5.0 and 6.9 dBA respectively, whilst efficiency, performance and economy remain the same as the standard model.

All these ‘AT-BY’ models are complete with summer bypass and frost protection, and are commissioned via an integral LCD.

Functions, including trickle, purge and boost speeds for each motor, boost speed over-run time, adjusting the time delay before the boost speed kicks in, holiday mode and night-time boost – all easily adjusted.

Products are SAP PCDB Listed and manufactured in our own factory in the UK to ISO 9001.

Vectaire offers a design service to ensure that units are installed is the best possible way to provide efficient, effective, low energy and low running cost ventilation.

The company can also organise installation, commissioning and maintenance of these products and can supply all necessary accessories.

All Vectaire’s residential ventilation is detailed in the latest Low Energy Catalogue.

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