Barkell has launched the HR95 heat recovery and ventilation unit which forms part of the Therm-X MVHR range.
A compact PHE heat recovery and ventilation system with horizontal and vertical configurations for internal or external use, the HR95 is a compact and packaged MVHR heat recovery solution for mechanical supply and extract ventilation equipped with a high efficiency plate heat exchanger that has a heat recovery efficiency up to 93 per cent.
With horizontal and vertical configurations, it provides flexibility for indoor or outdoor installation across all commercial applications.
Equipped with state-of-the-art plug and play integrated controls, the HR95 MVHR units offer the all-in-one heat recovery solution for local or central mechanical ventilation, benefiting from very quiet operation.
The HR95 range is available in:
Four horizontal models: 0.06m³/s (216m³/h) to 0.92m³/s (3312 m³/h) @ 200pa ESP
Six vertical models: 0.06m³/s (216m³/h) to 1.42m³/s (5100 m³/h) @ 200pa ESP
Therm-X MVHR Range
The Therm-X Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery Range (MVHR) is a compact, packaged plug and play solution offering fresh air ventilation with heat recovery in horizontal or vertical installations.
The range benefits from high heat recovery efficiency of up to 93 per cent with a near silent operation, making it perfect for small commercial applications, schools, retail and small offices.
Highly efficient, the Therm-X range is fully compliant with Part L of the UK Building Design Regulations and with the Ecodesign Directive 2018.
The range has optional integrated electric post heater, integrated electric post heater, LPHW coil, change over coil (heating and cooling) or direct expansion (DX) coil as well as an extensive range of complimentary ancillaries for installation and control.
All units feature intuitive, inbuilt controls, meaning there is no need for costly and fragmented third party control company integration. The plug and play installation aids the speed of commissioning and system reliability. Each system comes complete with Modbus compatible touchscreen controls.
For more information, visit www.barkell.co.uk/web/therm-x-mvhr.htm
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