The WWHRS is a system that uses remaining heat from shower waste water to increase the heat of cold mains water that arrives into the system. As a result, less energy is used to heat the mains water to the specified temperature.
Typically shower water is normally 40°C and enters the WWHRS at approx. 35-38°C after being used. Cold water then enters the WWHRS at 10°C and the heat that is recovered through the heat exchanger raises the cold water to approximately 25°C (depending on flow rates). Any waste water continues out into the sewerage.
The Recoup Pipe+ HE - and winner of the best new product award by Barratt Development plc - is the primary system offering brilliant efficiencies while achieving maximum SAP points and returns on investment. Also, it features a “double walled” exchanger and PVC outer with the capability of delivering up to 67% efficiency.
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Up to 67% efficiency (flow rate dependant)
2015mm long pipe with installation height up to 2400mm
No planned maintenance
Linkable to a waste water drain where the shower is over a tray, wet room or bath
Legionella control risk assessed
PVC outer pipe
Discreet (not visible)
967757 - RECOUP PIPE+ HE WWHRS UNIT & HE ANCILLARY PACK