Nuaire promotes best practice for MVHR System Installations

Nuaire is a BPEC accredited training centre and together with their many years of experience in the design and installation of Ventilation Heat Recovery Systems, Nuaire have produced a guide to pass on their knowledge and enable housebuilders, developers and MVHR system installers to correctly install designed ventilation heat recovery systems.

The Nuaire MVHR best practice guide has been designed to provide guidance on not only how to comply with Building Regulation ADF2010, but also some key hints and tips for getting it right first time and avoiding costly mistakes.

Nuaire’s Residential National Sales Manager Andrew Sellman commented “At Nuaire we want to promote best practice for our customers and do everything we can to help them get it right first time.  The advancement of MVHR systems in recent years has resulted in far greater requirements and skill with regards to installation, together with our free BPEC training for all Nuaire customers; we want this guide to raise industry standards”. 

Nuaire are advocates of Mechanical Heat Recovery with their MRXBOX95 range and services are being continuously enhanced to both improve indoor quality for occupants and ease of installation for installers.  Nuaire’s Product Manager Wendy Thomas commented “Heat Recovery Ventilation is growing in popularity, as it’s the ideal solution for ventilating new build properties adopting today’s air tight construction methods. At Nuaire we want to do everything we can to help our customers understand the impact getting the product installation right has on both conforming to building regulations and ensuring properties have the indoor air quality they need to stop condensation dampness forming once the property is occupied. We will soon be launching our Thermal Ducting to ease the installation of insulating unheated spaces and our first fix box to reduce the risk of spigots not lining up with the fan unit.  These product improvements together with our BPEC training offer and Best Practice guide, will as Andy has already mentioned raise industry standards and improve indoor air quality for consumers purchasing air tight homes”.

 

To download Nuaire’s MVHR Best Practice Installation Guide or view their video version of the guide click here .

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