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Single room heat recovery ventilator
Domestic Ventilation Compliance Guide, 2010 Edition (with 2011 amendments), published by the Department for Communities and Local Government in July 2011, defines a single room heat recovery ventilator (SRHVR) as: ‘… a ventilation system comprising local continuously running balanced supply and extract fans in a single room.’
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