Titon units meet ventilation regulation

Titon units meet ventilation regulation

All Titon Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery units have been tested in accordance with the new EU regulations for ventilation units, which came into force on 1st January 2016.  

The company’s HRV Q Plus ‘Eco’ units are fully compliant and designed in accordance with the new regulations, offering a 100% airflow diverting Summer Bypass, as recognised and listed in the UK Product Characteristics Database.

The purpose of the EU 1253 regulation is to improve energy use and the efficiency of ventilation units, while EU 1254 is to provide the methodology and presentation of the results of EU 1253. This latter process culminates in an energy label that is supplied with the ventilation unit, similar to the labels already in use on domestic appliances such as fridges and cookers.

The new regulations will allow specifiers to evaluate the overall performance and energy use of a ventilation system, in turn leading to a more informed choice.

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