The Windsor HR100-RS is a single room heat recovery unit that is designed for continuous operation providing up to 70% Heat Recovery.
The HR100R and HR100RS are ideal for single bedroom/bathroom applications such as hotel rooms, nursing homes and residential care homes.
The HR100R features top access and is ideal for loft installations.
The HR100RS features bottom access and is ideal for installation on the ceiling slab above a suspended ceiling.
The unit comes fitted with a single 2-speed motor, and provides continuous low volume ventilation with a boost option. A variety of control devices are available for manual or automatic speed control.
An integral heat exchanger transfers heat from the outgoing stale air to the fresh air supply, raising the supply air temperature whilst at the same time reducing its relative humidity.
Up to 70m³/h FID capacity (extract airflow).
The HR100HR is compatible with 100mm diameter flexible ducting which fits onto the unit via the metal spigots and can be fastened using tape or worm drive clips.
A 22mm diameter condensate drain connection is situated on the base of the unit, this should be connected to a suitable outlet for condensate drainage.
|Max ventilation rate||66||18.3|
|N° speed settings||2|
Efficiency: The unit should retain up to 70% of the temperature differential of out going air.
Heat exchanger: should be of a multi plate cross-flow type constructed out of a polymeric plastic with ultra sonic welded joints.
Motor: should be a 2 speed 240V 50Hz A/C with sleeve bearings, greased for life. It shall operate up to an ambient temperature of 40°C and be fitted with a one shot thermal overload protective device.
Fan: The two polymeric fan wheels should be a centrifugal forward curve type on a common shaft.
Controls: The unit should be operated via a remote Trickle Boost switch or a humidistat. A light switch can be used providing a 'timed out' device is employed.
Ducting spigots: The unit should provide 100mm Ø x 50mm spigots for all duct connections. The unit cannot be handed. (Can be converted to flat ducting).
Filter: not fitted.
Condensation: the outlet provided should be 22mm Ø located on the underside of the unit.
Construction: the unit outer case is manufactured from white powder coated sheet metal.
|Sound Levels:||dB(A) @ 3m|
Mains electrical supply: 230VAC 50Hz.
Complies to the following approvals/directives: CE
|Made to order||Yes|
|Alternative Product Code||HR100R|
|Round System (mm)||100|
|Product Type||Single Room HRV|
|Spigot size (mm)||98|
|Power Min (Watts)||19|
|Decibel Rating (dB) - Low||20|
|Decibel Rating (dB) - Max||30|
|Packaged Weight (Kg)||6|
|Packaged Length (mm)||210|
|Packaged Width (mm)||415|
|Packaged Height (mm)||275|
|Barcode - Type||GTIN|
|Airflow Performance (l/s) - Low||11|
|Airflow Performance (l/s) - High||19|
|Airflow Performance (m³/h) - Low||41 (Extract) / 30 (Intake)|
|Airflow Performance (m³/h) - High||70|
|Maximum suggested long duct run (Mtr)||3|
|Fan Operation Modes||2|
Last Orders for delivery before Christmas
Please call us on 020 8463 9696 or place orders online by midday Thursday 20th December 2018.
Will be limited only to online queries, please allow up to 48 hours for a response.
All orders are subject to availability. Please call us on 020 8463 9696 to check availability or likely despatch date.
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Closes: 4:30pm Thirsday 20th December.
Opens: 8:00am Wednesday 2nd January 2019
|Shipping Method||Under £100*||Over £100*|
4 to 7 Days (Orders under £25 inc VAT)
4 to 7 Days (Orders over £25 inc VAT)
2 to 4 Days (Interlink or TNT)
Next Working Day Delivery+
* Usually £200+vat
+ Order before noon for Next Working Day Delivery for items in stock
Excludes Highlands, Islands, and Certain Postcodes.
Please Note: Ducting tubes over 200mm in diameter and 3 metres in length may incur additional shipping charges.
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Could I use this unit to extract hot air from a very hot part of the house and feed the heat and fresh air into cooler part of the house
The unit is designed to extract 'stale' air from a property and replace it with 'fresh' air from the outside of the property. The extracted air is passed through a heat exchanger before being exhausted to the outside of the property. This heat is then retained and used to warm incoming air that is being brought in to the property via the same heat exchanger.
An image that illustrates the principle is here (The unit pictured is not a HR100 but the principle is the same): Heat Recovery Diagram Image
Depending on your proposed duct run and the size of the room it should in theory be possible the extract from one room and to then supply a different room - If you could email me more details about your proposed run at firstname.lastname@example.org I'd be more than happy to help selected the best unit and ducting for the job.
I am looking to transfer heat from a very warm room to a cold room. Is this possible and would it be best to locate the heat exchanger in the hotest location?
i'm not looking for top performance but want to assist with reducing condensation in the bathroom but also better air quality in the house. could I extract air from the bathroom with this unit and replace in the dining room which? this would service all rooms but would at least circulate some clean air through the house?
This unit is primarily designed to supply and extract air from a single room. It would in theory be possible to supply and extract from two different rooms but the unit is not designed as a whole house ventilation system and therefore you may find the system does not perform very well.
If you would like to send me a sketch showing your rough plan I could do my best to advise on a good solution.
Does this product have a frost stat to stop it bringing fresh air in when it is cold outside?
Thank you for your question. This unit does not have a frost stat as its not required. An integral heat exchanger transfers heat from the outgoing stale air to the fresh air supply, raising the supply air temperature whilst at the same time reducing its relative humidity.
If you require any further assistance please give Manrose a call on 01753 691399.
Hi, the house has a bathroom extract fan but this doesn't seem to be enough as we are getting mould in the bedroom. I thought a quiet trickle room extract with heat exchanger would be good but the outside wall is hung with tiles so would be difficult to fit. I wondered if this would be OK in the loft with an extract grille in the bedroom ceiling. Could it extract through the roof soffit to save making a hole in the actual roof? I can't see a diagram of how it is supposed to be set up. Thanks
Would this be suitable for reducing the humidity in a damp cellar by pulling out the damp air and bringing in warmer dry air?
Thank you for your question. Can you advise what your duct run would be as this unit does a max of 4mtrs. You can contact me on 0208 463 9683
Hi we have built a sound proof room within the garage and we are now looking at ventilation. the room gets cold in the winter so heaters on and I can see the positive side to the heat exchanger. Are they a good solution for during the summer from a ventilation perspective
Thank you for your question. For me to advise you further please could you tell me the size of the room, how many occupants at one time also how would you be venting the unit.
My direct number is 0208 463 9683
Hi there I am looking for a heat recovery unit to ventilate a very damp cellar! Can the Windsor hr100rs be ducted to its external air supply? If what is the maximum length? It will be positioned below ground level so the dut will need to vertical! Ian
The equipment you are looking at is a single room ducted unit and the answer to your question would depend upon what the cellar is used for and it would be helpful if you could let us know the following:-
Can you tell me the power used for each speed, as your listing just says min 19 watts? I have seen it on another website as Boost - 31 Trickle - 12 is this correct?
I am converting basements. I would like to do if possible Washing Machine and Dryer plus clothes hanging line to be installed. Therefore which ventilation Fan or system I could install?
I have asked you question yesterday, regarding ventilations fan or system for Basements which I am converting and would like to install Washing Machine, Dryer and Line to hang clothes. Details you sent for small utility room. My basements size would be 7meter X 5 meter. It's quiet a big room. If you please can send me details. Thank you. Ilyas Khankhara.
Hi, I have a wine cellar that was build under a single storey extension. It is 4.2m X 3.3m X 2.2m high. It has been tanked and is completely underground, however, the ceiling void is just above ground level at one end as the ground falls away. Currently we have a Ventaxia locarbon extractor and a second vent both in the ceiling void but exiting at the opposite sides of the building, however we have had a lot of issues with dampness, especially in the corners at floor level. Will fitting this unit QS10015 resolve the damp problems? Does the 22mm dia condensate drain need much of a fall or can it be close to horizontal and be laid outside? If not how much water will it generate, should it need to be drained into a container and emptied manually? Also does it operate through a single outlet or does it need a separate inlet / outlet? regards David
Hi I am converting a 9m2 ground floor room in my townhouse into a music studio and therefore am trying to seal the paths where air would normally enter/leave. The window will have no trickle vent, for example. This unit looks ideal, would it be sufficient to provide the only ventilation to a room with 1-2 occupants? Thanks Gareth
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Are there any guidelines on the distances (min and/or max) required between intake and extract both within the room and externally. In addition are there any do's and don'ts? For example can the extract be located above a radiator or would this hinder the circulation.
Just bought a couple of these for two dental surgery rooms. Not clear where the controls are... Can I install a wall switch to control operation? What is a suitable product (switch) to use?
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