The standard Flatmaster & Flatmaster 2000 units are low cost, low energy, positive input ventilation units for use in homes without a loft, basements, basement flats, houses that have had a loft conversion, garages (for instance you want to keep your classic car in a nice dry environment). The '2000' units have a thermostatically controlled heater built in as standard and a manual boost switch facility.
The Flatmaster units can also be used to provide ventilation to basements, cellars, garages and other areas that would benefit from a continuous supply of fresh, filtered air.
Flatmaster systems can also be used for Radon control - contact us for more information on this
Input air is directed across the ceiling (usually in your hallway). This uses a scientific principle called the Coanda effect, which has the impact of mixing with the wasted warmer air that has risen above head height in your home. It therefore increases the efficiency of your heating system.
Flatmaster uses as little as 5 watts of power.
G3 grade, which means that they are so fine they will exclude pollen (great for hay fever sufferers) as well as the dust and grime of outside pollutants. Filters are very simply replaced/washed every 1 - 2 years.
Flatmaster uses a large fan running slowly. In this way any noise generated is minimal. For most of the time it is unlikely that you will be aware that your Flatmaster is operating other than a fresher feeling in your hallway caused by the movement of the incoming air.
You can download the Flatmaster brochure - HERE
A qualified electrician should ALWAYS make the electrical connection to the unit.
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