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Vortice launches new commercial heat recovery unit Vort HRI Phantom

  • 14 Feb 2019

Vortice has launched the Vort HRI Phantom – a brand new, slimline, void mounted heat recovery unit, ideal for commercial applications.

Two models available, with performances ranging from 206m3/hr to 350 m3/hr. Fresh air is 100% fully filtered even in bypass mode, improving the indoor air quality within the room. The quality of the air can be further advanced by using the new Vortice NOx filters.

The centralised ventilation units each have a high efficiency counter cross flow heat exchanger with frost protection and easily accessible filters.

The units come complete with a wired remote control unit with LCD, allowing initial configuration and commissioning, speed selection, display of the time, room temperature and filter status.

Jennifer Quinn, Marketing Manager, commented: “The Vort HRI Phantom adds another boost to our expansive offering of heat recovery units.

“We already offer a range of domestic heat recovery units, the Vort HR200 BP, Vort HR250 Neti, Vort HR350 Avel as well as the new Vort Phantom, which is an ideal commercial solution for applications such as student accommodation.”

For more info on Vortice heat recovery units, click here 

Contact:

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

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