Titon has added the new CME3 Q Plus to its range of continuous mechanical extract ventilation units, developed to meet the requirements of System 3 in accordance with Part F of the Building Regulations.
Particularly suited for ceiling installation in flats and apartments, the CM3 Q Plus ventilation unit has a compact profile allowing it to be fitted in airing cupboards, storage cupboards or loft spaces.
Suitable for use in dwellings with up to six wet rooms, the new, low noise ventilation unit has a large duty range of over 120 l/s (400m3/hr) at reasonable static pressure (100 Pa). Compatible with both 100mm and 125mm diameter ducting, the CME3 Q Plus also utilises an electronically commutated (EC) motor to ensure high levels of energy efficiency. Other features include a fully adjustable boost overrun timer (0-30 minutes), as well as an optional adjustable humidity sensor (between 55% and 85% RH) that increases the unit’s speed.
Installation is simplified thanks to an innovative sub-assembly and unique packaging design, while the unit can be commissioned, cleaned and serviced without disturbing the ducting.
Lee Caulfield, Sales Director of Titon’s Ventilation Systems Division, said: “The new CME3 Q Plus is ideal for the continuous extract of stale, damp and polluted air to the outside environment. When used in conjunction with Titon trickle vents, it meets all the necessary requirements of System 3, as well as SAP Appendix Q. The combination of circular ducting and the EC motor has resulted in very competitive offering which we can pass on to our customers, all housed inside a compact and easy to install unit that will satisfy the needs of mechanical engineers and contractors alike.”
Titon’s CME3 Q Plus is available in volt-free or switch live outputs, and can be mounted on any plane. It has a wide duty range and is demand control ventilation ready. Units are supplied in the UK with a three-year guarantee as standard.