Titon has extended the range of its SAP Appendix Q and EST Best Practice compliant whole house heat recovery ventilation units with the HRV2 Q Plus and HRV3 Q Plus. It has also launched a mid-capacity version – the HRV1.5 Q Plus. Hot on the heels of its revolutionary HRV1 Q Plus unit, the new models are designed for use in dwellings with between three and nine wet rooms.
The new units in the range are sized for loft spaces and are much more compact than similarly performing units. Coupled with very low power consumption and a highly efficient heat exchanger (up to 91%) they are also incredibly efficient for their size. This advanced performance has also been confirmed following independent SAP Q testing by the BRE. All the units are also EST Best Practice compliant – which will assist in achieving high dwelling energy efficiency ratings.
Designed with the installer in mind, the units have quick fix mounting brackets to make installation quick and simple, as well as features such as a standard 15mm condensate drain connection and a quick commissioning facility with 5 or 10 minute boost delay.