BEAM Mechanical Extract Ventilation (MEV)

 BEAM Mechanical Extract Ventilation (MEV)

Primarily for use in dwellings with six wetrooms or fewer (dwellings up to 300m²/3200sq.ft), the quiet and compact BEAM Axco Demand Controlled Mechanical Extract Ventilation system is usually installed in a roof space or cupboard and ducted to all wetrooms.

Product Profile:

The low energy unit runs continuously at a low normal ventilation rate, extracting stale polluted air from rooms where the most moisture is generated e.g. kitchens and bathrooms. When higher humidity is detected (i.e. when showering) the system automatically boosts, returning to normal fan speed when humidity levels drop. A flow of fresh air from outside is supplied by a Positive Input Ventilation unit/s or window trickle vents to match the boost extract from the MEV fan.

Features & Benefits

Energy Saving Trust Best Practice Compliant, with a Specific Fan Power (SFP) down to 0.17 w/l/s.

– Long-lasting performance compared to low cost wall fans.

– Eliminate condensation and mould growth.

– No draughts form extractor fan openings.

– Reduces pollutants in the home improving Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), therefore reducing the risk of Toxic Home Syndrome.

– Energy efficient alternative to multiple individual extractor fans which create draughts, air leakage and heat loss.

– Removes musty odours.

– Quiet in operation, no noisy extractors.

– Demand controlled, adjustable humidity sensor (between 55% and 85% relative humidity) triggers boost speed.

– Indicator panel for system control.

– Boost switch for rapid extraction.

Company: Beam Vacuum & Ventilation