Vortice Completes the Range of Single Room Heat Recovery Units

VORTICE has launched the latest in a family of single room heat recovery units, the Vort HRW Mono 60. Single room heat recovery works in the same way that a whole house heat recovery system would, by extracting damp and stale air to prevent condensation and mould. It also supplies fresh, filtered air, and can recover heat which is normally lost.

The Vort HRW Mono 60 has many key features which benefit both the occupant and the installer. The unit offers low power consumption, is quiet to run, has five speeds and boasts wireless controls which can communicate with multiple units. The unit is simple to operate for the occupant and also offers a night function to save energy. The unit is easy to install, with an onboard set up panel and is a perfect solution for high rise installation as the external grille can be fitted from the inside of the building, saving time and installation costs.

Marketing Manager Jennifer Quinn said: “The Vort HRW Mono 60 is a welcome addition to the Vort Mono range and has excellent performance levels. This type of ventilation is also a cost-effective retrofit solution, where fresh air is vital to ensure clean healthy air inside the home and to remove damp stale air thus removing issues with mould and condensation.”

The entire Vort Mono range is available on the Vortice website.

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