Positive Input Ventilation System... an energy efficient method of displacing stale contaminated air and replacing it with fresh filtered air. Fresh air is drawn from outside via the loft space through a filter on the unit and delivered into a central location in your home.
This displaces vapour-laden air, which lowers humidity levels, cures condensation and eradicates mould.
Reduces/eliminates surface condensation
Stops streaming windows
Removes musty odours
Improves air quality
Can reduce heating costs
Takes advantage of the benefits of solar gain
Benefits asthma sufferers
The Wykamol Homevent unit runs continuously except when the loft temperature rises above 25°C when the unit will switch off, as this hot incoming air would be uncomfortable.When the air temperature falls below 25°C, the unit will switch back on.
To improve the comfort of the incoming air there is an integral “intelligent low temperature” comfort heater* in the unit.
*This feature employs a sensor, which monitors the incoming air temperature and ensures that when the external temperature drops, the incoming air temperature does not fall below 10ºC.
Controlled by an enable / disable switch located in a convenient position within the property, this energy-efficient heater uses around 7 pence per day. However this figure can be further reduced with prudent use, by disabling when the house is empty or other non-critical times – see below
Product Code: EVL-HB
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