HRV Duct Covers are designed to conceal the ducting/silencers from the ports at the top of the unit to the ceiling of the property. The ducting cover also helps reduce ducting breakout noise levels into the room. This both improves the overall appearance of the installation and the noise levels.
The covers match the high quality construction and finish of the HRV units and can be easily installed. Access to the control box and ducting can be achieved easily by the removal of the front panel of the ducting covers.
The covers have an adjustable height of 300mm to 400mm so that variations in height of the unit to the ceiling can be accommodated. The covers are suitable for use with rigid or flexible ducting options, and also Titon’s semi-rigid duct attenuators.
There are two types of design of covers, one that is flush with the profile of the units leaving a small area at the ceiling for the ducting to pass through and the other opens up at the ceiling so that round to rectangular elbows can be used.
Please note: Units HRV10 and HRV10.25 that are EPP housing cannot be fitted with a Duct Cover, only those listed below and housed in sheet steel metal can be used. For HRV20 please enquire at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
|HRV1.25, 1.3, 1.35
|HRV1.75, 2, 2.85, 3
Drawings and Dimensions
Straight Duct Cover
Flared Duct Cover
Manuals and Documentation
HRV Duct Cover - Fitting Instructions
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HRV Duct Cover (Flared) - Fitting Instructions
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Ventilation Systems Catalogue
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Ventilation Product Overview Brochure
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MVHR - Overview Brochure (Export Version)
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Duct Cover - Catalogue Page
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What is MVHR?
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How to identify which HRV (MVHR) you have
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