Vectaire’s range of residential ventilation products is one of the most comprehensive available for bettering indoor air quality.
High performance, low energy, economical, and environmentally friendly products with EC motors, (together with other low carbon products) all confront condensation and pollution problems in dwellings.
Products offer low level, continuous ventilation for lofts, cupboards, ceiling voids and walls, with all Vectaire products designed to supply the level of ventilation needed to tackle indoor air pollution and battle the ailments it causes.
Vectaire has three, 3-speed products with EC motors for single room installation. The Elegance 1003 axial fan (top picture) is for wall, ceiling, or window (with additional window kit), and the Elix 1003 is a centrifugal model for walls or ceilings.
Both fans run continuously at a choice of 2 lower speeds and allow the user to boost fan capacity when required. They are available with comfort timer (to avoid unnecessary night-time operation) and humidity control.
Vectaire’s range of MVHRs, both vertical and horizontal, are all low energy products with EC motors.
Manufactured to guarantee both optimum ventilation and air quality, together with low noise levels, running costs and excellent SFP ratings; they can now be commissioned via an LCD screen.
The upright whole house heat recovery units, the Midis (above) and the Maxis, offer the option of either an integral LCD or a remote LCD commissioning unit, whilst the in-line EVO250 and Mini (below) can be commissioned using the remote unit.
The user can see the speed the fan is operating at, the relative humidity, and when the filters need replacing.
Furthermore, the unit can be set to holiday mode for energy saving when the dwelling is not occupied.
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