VORTICE HR200 BP Heat Recovery Unit - Energy Efficient

A stunning new development on the Hertfordshire/Bedfordshire border is one of the latest projects to use the highly energy efficient VORTICE HR200 BP heat recovery units for all its one and two bedroom apartments.

The compact dimensions of the HR200 BP mean that it is ideal for locating where space is limited and it can be mounted vertically or horizontally.

This centralised mechanical extract unit with heat recovery ensures that fresh air is 100% fully filtered even in bypass mode, it is listed on the Products Characteristics Database (PCDB), is IPX2 rated and operates quietly.

For a kitchen plus two wet rooms it has an efficiency percentage of 90%.

The HR200 BP has a hard wired controller with LCD display and its two G3 filters are easily accessible simply by removing the front panel. Designed in Italy, the HR200 BP is sleek, unobtrusive and has excellent performance values.

VORTICE Marketing Manager Jennifer Quinn said: “Our Technical team can work with customers to ensure the most appropriate ventilation design including both ducting and heat recovery unit. In the case of this recent development, the HR200 BP was ideal and the eventual residents of these beautiful homes will reap the benefits of excellent indoor air quality and high energy efficiency.”

For further information about Vortice heat recovery units please visit the website below.

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