Whole-house ventilation unit is small and highly efficient

Published:  11 December, 2008

Titon ventilation

The HRV1 Q Plus compact whole-house ventilation system from Titon has been tested by the BRE and is EST Best Practice compliant.

It measures just 600 x 430 x 285 mm and is suitable for properties with a kitchen and up to five wet rooms.

It has a heat exchanger with an efficiency of up to 91% and is described as having very low power consumption. Its technical specifications can be found at www.partf.co.uk.

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