Ventilation & Heat Recovery
Clean & Quiet Whole House Ventilation
Air quality matters so why compromise? - The ComfoAir-Q from OMNIE pumps clean and fresh air into your building whilst removing stale used air in the process.
Maintaining good air quality is achievable with a OMNIE comfort air system which utilises Mechanical Ventilation and Heat Recovery (MVHR). The OMNIE MVHR system has the ability to filter pollen and dust as standard, in addition to this, we have the options to provide some protection against harmful air pollutants.
The Heat Recovery Unit provides a countdown to when the filters need to be checked, ensuring that high levels of filtration are maintained. Even though the OMNIE MVHR offers some protection from pollutants and will improve air quality, no solution can provide 100% control and guarantees on air quality and prevent the associated health risks.
With an average family producing 18 litres of water every day, regulating this humidity is possible through the OMNIE MVHR system. High levels of humidity can lead to health issues if mould occurs on cold surfaces and there is poor ventilation. One of the main benefits of the OMNIE solution is that it will extract more moisture over a longer period then compared with a conventional intermittent ventilation system.
OMNIE ComfoAir Q
The ComfoAir Q from OMNIE is the NEW generation of heat recovery ventilation units, with state of the art design and intelligent technology, regardless of whether you are working on a new build or an old building, with OMNIE comfortable ventilation you have an innovative, tried and tested complete system. A perfect combination of outstanding technical performance and excellent features makes ComfoAir Q the best in class achieving top efficiency ratings.
- Control from your smartphone
- Remote monitoring
- Easy maintenance and filer change
- Cooling option available
- Demand based sensors reduce operating costs
Clean & Quiet
OMNIE ventilation systems innovative technology make for less complexity, increased heat recovery efficiency, lower specific fan power and significant noise reduction. Stale air is removed from the building and is replaced with fresh air from outside.
How it works
Stale air is removed from the building mechanically and is replaced with fresh, filtered air from outside. The system is integrated into a home and is designed to work closely with underfloor heating to create a clean, healthy and comfortable indoor environment.
1) Clean air intake
2) Comfo-Air-Q MVHR filter and control unit
3) Distribution Air Duct Manifold
The start-up wizard guides you step by step through the set up process including an automatic self-test. Using the design drawings you can simply type in the required airflow rates for low, medium and boost and the system automatically sets these across the installed system.
Right and left handing can be modified on-site easily when required helping save time and money on-site and reducing risk of incorrect installations.
Optimum Room Temperature
The most important feel-good factor is comfort, through regulation of temperature and humidity. OMNIE ComfoAir Q’s intelligent temperature control factors in the varying outdoor temperature at different times of the year, to ensure ideal comfort conditions indoors.
Does the system run all the time and all year round?
The ventilation system runs all year at a low level and increases the air flow rate when needed.
What is the running cost of an MVHR system?
The running cost depends on the size of the system and how often it needs to go into boost mode. The unit will consume around 70W in normal mode.
What will happen if there is no power?
The HRU will not be circulating air so may become more humid in certain rooms.
Are the units noisy?
A well-designed system should not be noisy. Some systems are designed to operate at maximum capacity all the time. OMNIE systems are designed
for 60% and therefore remain quiet in continuous operation.
Where is the unit normally located?
The MVHR units can be sited on a wall or in the loft. Additional space is needed for the manifolds to distribute the air into the 75mm semi-rigid duct.
How do I maintain my MVHR unit?
MVHR systems require very little maintenance. The filters are accessible on the front of the unit and these can be easily cleaned.
How does the system boost?
This is done automatically by the HRU sensing the humidity level and boosting the fan.
Why an OMNIE MVHR system?
- Free system design service ensures the MVHR system will work effectively
- Project Manager from start to finish
- Competitive pricing and system flexibility