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Heat Recovery Ventilation Unit

Heat reclaim using a heat recovery ventilation unit is a low-energy, high-efficiency way to heat buildings in a commercial environment. It is a simple system that delivers filtered, fresh air and extracts stale, stagnant air. 

At Robinsons Facilities Services, our team of expert engineers can maintain, repair, and install all types of heat recovery ventilation units throughout Yorkshire. Contact us today for all planned, reactive maintenance or emergency callouts. Call 01423 226578 or send an enquiry for more information or a free quote.

How Does a Commercial Heat Recovery Ventilation Unit Work?

Mechanical ventilation with heat recovery (MVHR) comprises a heat exchanger, an extract fan, a supply fan and ductwork. The heat exchanger is the key component as it transfers the heat from the outgoing stale air to the incoming fresh air.

The unit moves stale air through the pipes and takes in cold air from ducts. As the airflow passes, the heat from the extracted air transfers to the fresh air. This keeps the air quality high while retaining the heat.

Benefits of Commercial Heat Recovery Ventilation Units

There are numerous benefits to ventilation with heat recovery within your commercial premises, including:

  • Adaptable systems – Heat recovery ventilation systems are adaptable to many different commercial applications, including hotels, leisure, retail, schools, and offices.
  • Reduced energy bills – Waste heat recovery units can have a significant impact on how much energy your commercial building uses.
  • Reduced carbon footprint – Heat recovery technology is one of the best modern ways to reduce your carbon footprint by decreasing heat loss.
  • Improved indoor air quality – Better air quality boosts comfort levels for staff and visitors. 
  • Reduced condensation – The drier, warmer air provided reduces condensation and the possibility of mould growth.

Can I Retrofit a Heat Recovery Ventilation Unit?

Not all heat recovery technology has to be in place during the building process. It is possible to retrofit heat recovery units into existing buildings and systems. However, this can be a more complex process so it is always best to seek professional advice before proceeding with heat recovery installation.

There are several different mechanical ventilation with heat recovery systems, all of which can take up a significant amount of space in your commercial building. Our team can advise you on the ideal heat reclaim unit and system for your commercial premises.

Our Heat Recovery Ventilation Systems Services

At Robinsons Facilities Services, our qualified engineers have decades of experience working with all types of heat recovery ventilation systems. Our services include:

Heat Recovery Ventilation System Maintenance and Repair

Any mechanical heat recovery ventilation system requires some level of regular maintenance. This helps you stay safe and ensures your heat recovery ventilation system is working to its full potential.

A planned preventive maintenance (PPM) programme is the best way to prevent breakdowns and maximise the working efficiency of the system.

We will work with you to design a bespoke programme that cleans, services and maintains your system whilst also minimising the impact on your business. We also provide 24-7-365 emergency assistance and technical help with a dedicated team of HVAC  professionals.

Heat Recovery Ventilation System Installation

As well as offering MVHR maintenance and repair services, we also offer MVHR installation across Yorkshire. Trust our team of highly trained, qualified and experienced experts to install heat recovery units in your commercial building. 

With a team of dedicated engineers across the region, we have built a reputation as the leading heat recovery unit engineers in Yorkshire. Our quick and reliable service ensures continuity for your business, cost-effective operations and the knowledge that your maintenance budgets are under control.

Get In Touch: Heat Recovery Ventilation in Yorkshire

Robinsons Facilities Sevices offers a fast, efficient response time to all breakdowns and repairs across Yorkshire. 

Contact us today for all planned, reactive maintenance or emergency callouts. Call 01423 226578 or get in touch to see how Robinsons Facilities Services can help.

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Heat Recovery Ventilation Unit FAQs

Heat recovery ventilation leverages waste heat to maximise the efficiency of your air conditioning/heating system, often cutting costs. It’s ideal for buildings with existing heating systems.

You can open your windows in the summer, which can help you to get enough ventilation in the building and keep the air fresh in your building. These systems work in both summer and winter.

You can turn off the unit in warm weather but it is not advisable because you won’t get the benefits. Heat recovery ventilation units can be useful in all seasons.

The cost of heat recovery ventilation unit installation for commercial premises can range from around £2,000 to over £7,000. The installation cost depends on a variety of factors, including building size, supply costs, existing pipework, and the efficiency and brand of the unit, among others. 

It’s recommended to carry out a full service on your MVHR once a year. On top of that, regular maintenance and replacement of high-use parts, such as air filters, should take place every 3 months. A planned preventative maintenance (PPM) programme will ensure your system is working at peak efficiency all year round.

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