Vortice launches invisible mini heat recovery unit for false ceiling installation

  • 8 Apr 2021

Vortice launches a new mini heat recovery unit, the Vort Invisible Mini. Its design is specifically for small apartments, offices and hotel rooms, with a surface area of up to 80 square metres. 

This is the latest in a whole family of heat recovery units from Vortice. These make the best use of energy efficient technology and allow filtration of the air to ensure excellent indoor air quality.

Heat recovery technology removes stale air and recovers the energy (heat) through a high efficiency exchanger. It is transferred to the introduced air. 


By ventilating buildings correctly, we protect our health and reduce the risk of transferring airborne viruses and pollutants.

The Vort Invisible Mini is very easy to install in a false ceiling. It has easily accessible wiring and is simple to set up.

It includes settings for fan speed, relative humidity, time interval of sleep mode and activation temperatures of free-cooling mode. 

Maintenance is simple, with magnetic covers offering access to the G3 filters. A remote control panel display signalling when cleaning and maintenance is necessary.

Jennifer Quinn, Marketing Manager, says: “The Vort Invisible Mini is ideal for student accommodation, studio flats and small offices with false ceilings. It is energy saving and easy to use and reduces indoor pollutants, high humidity levels and mould.”


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

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