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Exhaust Air Heat Pump for Flats and Apartments

What is a Victorum exhaust air heat pump?

A Victorum Exhaust Air Heat Pump (EAHP) system is the perfect solution for new build flat heating and ventilation. The all in one flat heat pump technology provides Centralised Mechanical Extract Ventilation (cMEV), central heating and domestic hot water (DHW), whilst fully complying with domestic Part L and Part F regulations. An EAHP recycles the air extracted and provides the most efficient heating solution for flats with very high COP’s achieved. The Victorum gives you control over your energy consumption and will be a key part of your connected lifestyle. The smart control system automatically adjusts to the indoor climate efficiently for maximum comfort.

  • Heat pump COP of up to 490% (A20/W35)
  • Part L compliance using an all-electric heating solution
  • Lower capex and opex cost versus district heating

Benefits Of The Victorum

  • Stand-alone heating, hot water & ventilation system
  • Full compliance with Part L, Part F, and SAP
  • No requirement for an outdoor unit
  • Lower Capex and Opex cost versus district heating
  • No occupier standing charges or scheme management fees
  • No gas connection, plantroom maintenance, metering, or billing
  • Optional maintenance via central BOSS BMS system

Touchscreen Control Panel

Our Victorum EAHP system controller is responsible for controlling a variety of functions and features for your home including setting the time and temperature for your domestic hot water cylinder and central heating zones.

  • Sleek flush-mounted system interface
  • Modern LED touchscreen display
  • Built-in temperature sensor
  • Service and commissioning login menus

BOSS controller

The Victorum BOSS controller is a centralised management system that allows for full system visibility on any sized scheme. BOSS opens up remote access to each individual unit which allows for adjustment, monitoring and diagnostics. It also enables the use of a centrally located ambient sensor for weather compensation on all units.

  • Remote visibility of all heating systems
  • Auto-reporting for maintenance teams
  • Allows for implementation of a central ambient sensor
  • Suitable for any project size

Case Study

Location: Dublin

Project: Size 110

Apartment Size: 82m2

No. of Wetrooms: Kitchen +3

Installed Plant: HXVC-PP-007 – Victorum & 200l 2z PP Kit

 

DHW Annual Load: 4,561.73 kWh

Heating Annual Load: 1,779.86 kWh

BIM

Our detailed EAHP range of BIM families are available to start working into 3D building information modeling programs such as Autodesk REVIT. BIM modeling enables better project planning and thereby ensures accuracy. It will provide accurate cost estimates for early project certainty, enhances operations, maintenance, and facility management.

  • Allows for detailed coordination of mech & elec services
  • Provides a detailed library of equipment certifications
  • Ensures adequate storeroom space

DEAP & SAP

The Dwelling Energy Assessment Procedure (DEAP) is the official Irish methodology for calculating the energy performance and associated carbon dioxide emissions for the provision of space heating, ventilation, water heating, and lighting in dwellings.

The Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP) is the UK Government’s National Calculation Methodology for assessing the energy performance of dwellings.

A detailed account of both for the Victiorum EAHP and Victorum Compact can be found by clicking the button below.

Sound Data

Due to the nature of a typical EAHP installation, the requirement for a minimal noise level is critical. Extensive R&D and field testing has been carried out to verify that the products design achieves acceptable results when tested to ISO 3741:20101 and when installed as per recommended guidance, does not contribute excessively to the maximum permitted levels set out for residential dwellings in BS8233:2014.