- Silent in operation
- Environmentally friendly
- Condensation affects a large number of older properties due to the increase in water production brought about by modern lifestyles
- Fights condensation
- Reduces cold draughts
- At the same time, doors and windows are draught proofed and chimney flues sealed
- Ultrovent is designed to ventilate bedrooms and living rooms where the constant background ventilation it provides allows water vapour to escape
- Reduces noise transmission
- 10 year guarantee - Subject to filter being cleaned and replaced as necessary
- One air brick ventilator is usually sufficient for a single room of up to 20m2 floor area, alternatively two core drill ventilators can be installed
- No running cost
- Each unit is supplied with positioning and installation instructions
- For kitchens and bathrooms where water production is likely to be more spontaneous, mechanical ventilation should be used.
- Filter easily removes for cleaning/replacing
- The result can be unhealthy mould growth on cold surfaces and in poorly ventilated areas
Ultrovent performance has been independently assessed by Southampton University.
Installation of the ultrovent ® Core Drill Ventilator requires a 127mm core drill.
Ultrovent® Installation instructions
1. Choose a suitable location for the Ultrovent. Installation should be through an external wall towards an upper or lower corner of the room.
2. Create a suitable aperture through the wall. 127mm core drill is required.
3. Place filter into the centre of the cavity liner. Red strip uppermost and label visible from inside the room.
4. Connect outer cowl into the cavity liner.
5. Position Ultrovent through the wall aperture. Cut liner to required length. Seal to external brickwork as necessary.
6. Insert internal grill into the cavity liner. Seal liners together with mastic if required. Push grill firmly against internal plasterwork.
Ultrovent® cleaning Instructions
Clean filter with a damp cloth and replace every 2 years.