Titon enlarges its range of whole-house heat-recovery


Titon has launched two more whole-house heat-recovery units that comply with SAP Appendix Q and EST Best Practice; they are the HRV2 Q Plus and HRV3 Q Plus. The company has also launched a mid-capacity version, the HRV1.5 Q Plus. These units are sized for loft spaces and are said to be much more compact than similarly performing units. They have low power consumption and a heat exchanger that is up to 91% efficient.

Features include quick-fix mounting brackets, standard 15 mm condensate drain connection and quick commissioning facility with 5 or 10 min boost delay. The ports can accept 125 or 150 mm ducting without adaptors being needed. There is also a full commission facility for maximum efficiency, with 5, 10, 15 or 20 min boost delay. These units are ready for demand-controlled ventilation.

Titon also offers a full range of ducting and accessories.

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