Vectaire Ltd has recently expanded its vertical whole house heat recovery range with the introduction of three new models.
Vectaire is a market leader in the design, manufacture and supply of ventilation products and systems, with over thirty years’ experience in the air movement industry.
The company aims to provide the best in energy efficiency, comfort and design for every segment of the ventilation solution market. Cost-effectiveness and environmental responsibility are very important at Vectaire.
Therefore, it was important that the Midi, Maxi and Maxi Plus offer the most comfortable user experience – all are now available with advanced acoustic attenuation. They are each lined with superior sound deadening materials for low noise levels (sound pressure levels are down to 14.4, 13.2 and 14.4 dBA respectively), whilst efficiency and performance remain the same.
All these “BY-AT” models are complete with summer bypass and frost-stat, and commissioned via an integral LCD. Functions, including trickle, purge and boost speeds for each motor, boost speed over-run time, holiday mode and night-time boost are all easily adjusted. Products are SAP PCDB Listed and manufactured in our own factory in the UK. They are detailed in Vectaire’s latest Low Energy Catalogue.
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