Xpelair adds to MVHR range

Published:  08 March, 2010

Xpelair, Xcell, MHVR, ventilation, heat recovery
The latest in mechanical ventilation with heat recovery from Xpelair is the Xcell 300 range.

Xpelairís Xcell 300 range of MVHR (mechanical ventilation with heat recovery) units comprises three models for houses with three to five bedrooms. Features include a counterflow cell with up to 92% efficiency and a specific fan power as low as 0.6 W/l/s, meeting EST best-practice compliance. An Xcell 300 unit is claimed to save up to 480 kg of carbon dioxide a year compared to a traditional heat-recovery system.

These units have a highly insulated and lightweight structural foam body that can be mounted on a wall or installed in a loft. They have G4 filters and EC ultra-low-energy motors. A digital touch pad on the front of the unit makes for easy set up and commissioning. There is access through the front panel to the cell, filters and motors.

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