MVHR filters - What you need to know
It is increasingly important to maintain the performance of your mechanical ventilation system. One of the ways to ensure that your system is operating correctly is by checking the filters within the unit. Filters should be replaced at least annually, or more regularly dependent on environmental conditions.
Titon has useful information that can aid you in the replacement of your current filters. If you need help on ‘how to replace‘ a filter, we have an expert video that can guide you through the process – click here. Alternatively, if you need to purchase new filters, you can purchase them at our online store. Should you need help identifying your unit, we have a step by step guide on how to do this online – click here.
Titon HRV Q Plus filters are available in two grades G3 and G4 (EN779 2012) or ISO Coarse 55% and ISO Coarse 60%/65% (ISO 16890) depending on what classification is used, you can find out more in our Filter Classification Booklet.
HRV Q Plus units sizes 1-3 come with G3/ISO Coarse 55% filters as standard, HRV10-10.25 Q Plus units have G4/ISO Coarse 65% filters as standard and HRV20 HE Q Plus have G4/ISO Coarse 65% filters as standard. G4/ISO Coarse 60/65% filters are a slightly higher grade of filter, but add extra resistance, which in turn may make the unit run at an increased level generating slightly more noise and power consumption.
Titon also offers protection from NO2 pollutants, which have come to the forefront of air quality and pollution.
The Titon Trimbox NO2 Filter® reduces Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) which is predominantly produced by exhaust gases from diesel engines.
Due to air pollution arising in cities and urban areas there is a need to implement mitigation measures to improve the indoor air quality (IAQ). The Trimbox NO2 Filter® is an effective means of reducing high NO2 to an acceptable mean annual concentration level of 40µg/m³ and is the smallest compacted unit on the market.