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Every home needs fresh air to come into the building from outside for you to breathe, and for the safe operation of combustion appliances. It’s also vital that stale and damp air and pollutants are removed – both for your health, and the integrity of the building. Opening windows and doors – so-called purge ventilation – teamed with extractor fans in kitchens and bathrooms will do the job, but of course causes heat loss.
To ensure that you are saving energy but also creating a healthy home, it’s vital to consider how the house is ventilated. Whole mechanical ventilation with heat recovery (MVHR) systems are a solution.
An MVHR system will extract the warm, moist air from rooms such as kitchens and bathrooms. This is done through a concealed duct system. The air is passed through a heat exchanger then ducted outside. Fresh air from outside is drawn in and passed through the heat exchanger, which warms it, and it’s then ducted to the living rooms and bedrooms.
NIBE GV-HR110 -250 & -400 is a heat recovery ventilation unit equipped with a counter flow heat exchanger with a temperature efficiency of up to 96%. The ventilation unit is equipped with supply and extract fans with energy saving EC motors and forward curved fanblades.
NIBE GV-HR110 is delivered with the following:
NIBE GV-HR110 can be delivered with the following options:
See all technical data in the product leaflet.