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Brink Sky 300 electric preheater

Brink Sky 300 electric preheater
Brink Sky 300 electric preheater
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RRP 349.19
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Electric preheater for MVHR system Brink Renovent Sky 300.

Brand Brink Climate Systems
Category Heat recovery choice aid
GTIN 8718391141234
Manufacturer's item number 310681
Article number 19211129

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Category code 8

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Ventilating your home in winter + 5 tips
Ventilating your home in winter + 5 tips
Winter time has already arrived and the new lockdown measures have been introduced, which means we will spend much more time at home again. We often make the mistake of opening the heating in cold weather and closing the windows and grilles in the home, this causes a major deterioration in indoor air quality. Are you curious about how you can ensure that you achieve a healthy indoor climate in your own home in winter? Read on quickly!
  • Felix Dijkmeijer
  • 02-12-2021
MVHR or decentralised MVHR, which is which?
MVHR or decentralised MVHR, which is which?
Good ventilation in your home is very important for your health. New-build houses in particular are increasingly well insulated these days; there is almost no more natural ventilation via grilles and gaps. Good insulation is good for energy saving, so how can you ventilate well and still save on energy? This can be done by using a heat recovery system (WTW), also known as a balance fan. In a new-build home, the necessary ducts can be laid throughout the house, which is very convenient. In an existing house, however, this is usually not (properly) possible. A decentralised heat recovery system (decentralised CHW) is the solution here. But what is the difference and when do you know which system is right for you? We are happy to explain
  • Joris Smeur
  • 22-01-2021