Nuaire Drimaster-Eco-Heat-HC unit on sale during November for £ Delivery next day if ordered before 12 midday thoughout the UK and Ireland. Nuaire offer the market leading DRI-ECO-HEAT-HC as the height of PIV technology. This low- energy positive input ventilation system has a unique W . I would recommend a drimaster heat if you live in a bungalow (because you spend more time walking in your hallway than in a 2 storey house).
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An integrated heater tempers airflow should the temperature in the loft space drop below a set point, ensuring ultimate comfort in the home. With the lights off you drmiaster see daylight entering along about a 6 ft length see pics below.
Jambo — do you actually think it warms the air? To achieve this, the unit is mounted in the loft space, drawing air through the filters and inputting it, at ceiling level, into the property.
Just finished putting mine in. Lights on plastic things anything to do with ventilation? Standard unit and change central heating to compensate for cooler air at night.
Leaving it on for 4 months 24hrs a day would be approx.
DRI-ECO-HEAT-HC | The Complete Ventilation Solution | Nuaire
Viewing 40 posts – 1 through 40 of 77 total. Yeah solid stone walls. Residential Retro Fit Catalogue Download. In our bedroom your hand is wet if you run it along the top of the curtain rail. Sounds like we need speed setting 2 or possibly 3 62m2 house — small terraced house — very cold attic and set thermostat at 12 degrees? After calling Nuaire and being reassured that if I could see daylight entering the loft then I would have enough ventilation I bit the bullet and bought one.
An integrated heater tempers airflow should the temperature in the loft space drop below a set point, ensuring ultimate comfort in the home. I have just installed the basic drimaster version non heat in my 3 bed small terraced house.
This low-energy ventilation system with a unique W heating element to temper the airflow on entering the property. I went up to the loft and had a bit more of a poke around.
A Carbon Dioxide detector which must be wired in to the properties mains power supply. Choice of sensors include: In the loft with the light off I can see slivers of daylight entering under the eaves so there is some kind of ventilation up there.
The only ventilation mechanism seems to be under the eaves. Would you go heat or the cheaper standard model?
Slight loft smell but air smells fresher and kids rooms are much less stuffy. I got one put in last year — it has certainly hext the condensation without eliminating it entirely. Means you can turn it on and off without having to go in the loft.
Going to put vent outlet into the top of the stair well. Not surewhich one to get as our loft does get cold. We have vents on main bedroom and downstairs? Where we used to get a large amount of condensation we now have none and there is no evidence of mould in the corner of beat walls. Our small built house has solid fly ash concrete walls and is soaking in winter. Something to look out for anyway.
I guess you want the slowest speed heaf gets rid of moisture. Ive got that model installed. Office Hours Monday to Friday: The electricity will come off a light in the loft. I am thinking of buy one of these as well. If the loft temperature becomes excessive the unit will switch to standby mode no airflow.