Compact, efficient, mechanical ventilation with heat recovery (MVHR)
In a world where waste is becoming less and less tolerable, it is important to use technology in order to support the transition to a more circular economy. Heat Recovery is one such option within HVAC systems and Therm X MVHR works by offering fresh air ventilation into habitable spaces while retaining and using waste heat.
The Therm-X Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery Range (MVHR) is a compact, packaged solution offering fresh air ventilation with heat recovery and intelligent controls.
With low specific fan power and high heat recovery efficiency, the Therm-X range is fully compliant with Part L of the UK Building Design Regulations and with the Ecodesign Directive.
Ideal for small commercial applications, schools, retail and small offices, the Therm-X range has an extensive range of complimentary ancillaries for installation and control.
The range has optional integral electric pre heater, electric post heater, LPHW coil, change over coil (heating and cooling) or direct expansion (DX) coil.
Compact and versatile
Designed to provide perfect comfort and the highest energy efficiency for a broad range of applications while maintaining a small footprint.
Fully conforming to the requirements for Part L of the UK Building Design Regulations and the European Ecodesign Directive.
Incorporating backwards curved EC fans as standard to further increase energy efficiency and reduce noise levels. The Therm-X MVHR range also boasts a high overall heat recovery efficiency of up to 93%.
A uniform, clean and comfortable climate
Suitable for ambient temperatures ranging from – 15°C to + 60°C, the Therm-X MVHR provides a constant and comfortable temperature, while ensuring high indoor air quality via fine filtration.
Next generation EC fans and aerodynamically designed casing provide a near silent operation, perfect for achieving stringent acoustic targets.
Smart, ‘Plug & Play’ controls
Integrated controls ensure the Therm-X MVHR range self-optimises so as to make minimum heat losses and select the most economical operation.
BMS integration is possible by connecting the unit controls through a Modbus RTU RS485, Modbus TCP/IP or BacNet TCP/IP protocol allowing full control and monitoring.