Wykamol Heat Recovery Unit

Wykamol Heat Recovery Unit


The heat recovery units for single rooms have been specifically designed to eliminate excessive moisture and so helping to prevent condensation with the inherent risks to property and health whilst retaining up to 80% of heat contained within the outgoing air.

The range is available in 230v or 12v models depending upon installation criteria. All models run continuously on trickle speed and have various options to change to fast speed - see model table below. Mounting Kits Available in Brown, White, Terracotta and Stone.

Key Features

  • Wall, Window or Ceiling mounted
  • Integral Humidity Sensors
  • Energy saving manual Pullcord override
  • 2 year no quibble guarantee
  • Recovers up to 80% of heat that would otherwise be lost
  • Simple Installation
  • CE

All units are manufactured to have balanced airflow so as not to interfere with conventional gas boilers / heating systems where negative air pressure within a problem may cause a problem.

Condensation Control Facts








 Condensation .. it's causes and effects.

Water is deposited on the cooler surfaces in a building, particularly in winter. The first indication is usually black mould growth in the worst affected areas. This growth is characteristic of condensation because mould need pure water for their growth and development. In severe cases the amount of water may be great causing pools of water on the floor, windowsills or on clothing and furniture.

Householders often find it difficult to believe that such severe damp problems can be caused by condensation alone. Often they believe there must be some sort of building defect which is usually not the case.

Often the condensation can occur at low levels where the surface of the wall is coolest, starting in a corner and then spreading along the length of the wall. This may appear to be rising damp and can easily be confused.

Why has condensation become such a common cause of damp?

If the water vapour in the air of a home can escape somewhere, condensation would never occur. When homes were more draughty and open fires common, damp air would mainly escape up the chimney. Houses are now significantly better insulated hence the moisture has nowhere to go and hence condensation problems have grown significantly.

Mould growth

Mould growth is a typical consequence of condensation problems in a home. Moulds are often most severe in room corners and on external walls. This is mainly because insufficient ventilation creates pockets of stagnant air in such corners.

Page updated 20th Oct 2017, 10:54
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