MVHR Installation 2

Marvin

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When insulating the ducts I noticed that the top of the MVHR was not insulated so I have installed flexi conduit on the cables ready to throw fluffy over the top.

 

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This is the inlet pipe running under the ridge. 150 diameter with insulation held on with cable ties

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An installed air damper in red. More about these later....20211110_185741.thumb.jpg.655befa8e73a2ec2b6642bfb48fd19e1.jpg

 

 

Water coil with thermal lid. Lid made from PIR.

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Lids off:

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The coils had no condensation drain so I installed one in the bottom. I cut the bottom 100mm PIR layer so the bottom if the box falls both ways to the corner with the drain and painted the bottom with a protection coat of metal paint.

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White 22mm drain pipe sticking out with temp cap off. Water trap still to be fitted...  

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Side view of MVHR unit. Note the black  "Summer bypass" with the white block on the side

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