Vortice gain independent accreditation

Vortice claim that their latest MEV unit, the CVE ECO 2, is the most versatile and efficient product in its class within the SAP Appendix Q database.

Vortice gain independent accreditation

The performance of the CVE ECO 2 has been independently tested by the Building Research Establishment (BRE) to the appropriate SAP Appendix Q test methodology and is Appendix Q eligible.

Helping to improve upon the default values and, in turn, lower CO2 emissions, the CVE ECO 2 is equipped with low consumption DC motors that ensure the unit functions more efficiently, with a much higher efficiency than ‘conventional’ MEV models.

Providing quiet, uninterrupted extract ventilation from all wet rooms, the CVE ECO 2 ensures regular, controlled, energy efficient ventilation. Hidden away in the loft or cupboard, this compact, individually adjustable system is ideally suited to new-build family homes, as well as apartment buildings. Available with a three-speed RF remote control switch, the unit also offers a two speed hard-wired version.

Tested on its efficiency when used in a kitchen along with up to four wet rooms, the unit fully complies with System 3 as detailed in the Building Regulations Approved Document Part F 2006: Means of Ventilation (England & Wales), BRE Digest 398 (Scotland), Energy Saving Trust “Demonstrating Compliance – Best Practice (2006 edition)” as referenced in The Code for Sustainable Homes.

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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