Ventilation Heating Catalogue

Ventilation Heating Catalogue
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VENTILATION
& HEATING
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Securimax is committed to growing and
developing their Home Ventilation range.
Securimax are continuing to introduce to the market high quality
products, whilst providing a service level that’s second to none.
Condensation is a major issue for homeowners in New Zealand, due in part to our home
design. As we strive to keep our homes warm and cosy, we end up keeping all the stale,
damp air trapped within our homes. This leads to condensation, mould and mildew, which can
detrimentally affect the health of your family. Everyday an average family of four releases over
12 litres of moisture into the home! This damp environment contributes to New Zealand's high
rates of asthma and other respiratory illnesses. However there is something you can do about
it. A Smart-Vent home ventilation solution let’s you distribute fresher, drier air around your home
improving the air quality and creating a healthier environment for your family.
There are two proven methods for achieving this. Firstly a Smart-Vent positive pressure system
draws air into your home from either the roof space or from outside your home. The high
efficiency filter will remove up to 90% of pollens, dust and allergens, providing fresher air for
your family. This filtered air is then distributed into each room via acoustic insulated ducting,
making your system whisper quiet. The moist air is then forced out around windows and doors,
making your home drier, which is easier to heat and saves you money on your heating bills.
This system will work automatically, simply enter your preferred temperature range on your
Smart-Vent controller and sit back and enjoy your healthier home.
Smart-Vent Synergy encompasses all the benefits of a Smart-Vent positive pressure system,
plus Synergy also has air extraction and heat recovery for a truly balanced system. It extracts
the stale, moist air from inside your home while introducing fresher, drier air, and best of all its
heat recovery makes it extremely energy efficient.
The ‘smart’ heat exchanger recovers up to 90% of the heat extracted from your moist air and
transfers it to the incoming air. This is TRUE heat recovery and will enable you to keep the heat
you have already paid for. For the ultimate in home ventilation Smart-Vent Integra integrates
any ducted heat pump with Smart-Vent Synergy to achieve healthy air ventilation.
…so step into your fresher, drier, healthier home today.
SmartVent POSITIVE
SmartVent SYNERGY
SmartVent INTEGRA
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ventilation contents
Pages 168 - 197
Smart-Vent Introduction
168
Ventilation Options
169
Smart-Vent Synergy 171 - 181
Smart-Vent Positive 182 - 190
Smart-Vent Integra 191 - 194
Heat Trans 195 - 196
Smart-Vent Filters and Accessories
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SMART-VENT INTRODUCTION
Smart-Vent is:
Smart-Vent is not:
A home ventilation system designed to
introduce fresh, filtered air into the home.
A heating system. It will not replace the need
for a main heat source.
Smart-Vent is designed to reduce
condensation, moisture and provide high
filtration to assist asthma & allergy sufferers.
Just for older homes. Homes that are built
today are more airtight than ever & will benefit
from the circulation of fresher, drier air.
Able to recover heat and ventilate the home.
A one-size-fits all system.
A complete range with both Positive
Pressure and True Heat Recovery systems.
Why Ventilate?
BRANZ Bulletin 508. February 2009.
1.0.1 Daily household activities such as cooking,
washing and even breathing release moisture and
pollutants into the air. Air needs to be regularly
refreshed to maintain its purity.
Houses of the past were cold & draughty, but
provided adequate ventilation through leakage
around window & doors.
1.0.2 Modern homes are more insulated and
airtight. While this makes them more energy
efficient it also results in reduced airflow in and
out. If polluted air and moisture remain trapped
inside, indoor air quality is reduced.
New Zealand has a comparatively high rate of
asthma and moisture can cause both cosmetic
& structural damage to the building.
“The average New Zealand
family produces over eight
litres of moisture while carrying
out normal everyday activities”
“Condensation on windows,
water pooling on window
sills, damp furnishings or
mould appearing throughout
the home are all clear signs of
excess moisture”
1.0.3 New Zealand Building Code clause G4
Ventilation requires that ‘spaces within buildings
shall have a means of ventilation with outdoor
air that will provide an adequate number of air
changes to maintain air purity’.
1.0.4 The minimum number of air changes per
hour (ACH) deemed to be adequate for living
areas is 0.35, which means approximately
one-third of the total volume of air must be
changed every hour.
1.0.5 Opening windows provides passive
ventilation (acceptable under G4), but heat
can be lost and security can be compromised.
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Ventilation options
EXPLAINED
SmartVent SYNERGY
SmartVent POSITIVE
Smart-Vent Synergy is a completely
Smart-Vent Positive Pressure
balanced ventilation system,
ventilation systems draws drier,
capable of extracting stale,
fresher air into your home from
moisture-laden air from inside
either the roof cavity or outside.
your home and bringing in fresh,
This air is then passed through a
drier air simultaneously.
high efficiency filter and introduced
Synergy is a True Heat Recovery
into your home.
system that recovers and re-uses
up to 90% of the heat from the
This air circulation forces out the
warm air extracted from within
moist, stale air that causes condensa-
your home. An extremely energy
tion, mould, mildew and pollen.
efficient way to re-use heat you
have already paid for.
LIVING
24°
BEDROOM 1
22°
22°
BEDROOM 2
22°
LOUNGE
7°
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SmartVent INTEGRA
Smart-Vent Integra integrates
Heat Trans systems utilise your
any ducted heat pump with
excess heat by transferring it
Smart-Vent Synergy, to achieve
from your lounge, and distributing
healthy home ventilation with up
it to other rooms in your home.
to 90% heat recovery combined
with energy efficient heating.
This enables you to ‘take the
chill off’ your bedrooms and
This is the ultimate home ventilation
create a warm comfortable
and heating solution.
environment for your family.
Heat Trans systems include
acoustic insulated ducting to
achieve maximum heat transfer
with minimum noise.
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SMART-VENT SYNERGY
EXPLAINED
Smart-Vent Synergy is very different from most
other home ventilation systems. It is a completely
balanced home ventilation system, that extracts
stale, damp air from inside your home and brings
in fresh, drier air simultaneously and best of all,
Synergy is an extremely energy efficient true heat
recovery system that re-uses heat you have already
paid for.
Synergy is specifically designed to recover
the wasted heat produced from everyday
activities.
It achieves this by using the warmth from the
extracted air to warm the incoming air. The heart
of Synergy is the heat exchange core where the
two airflows pass-by each other but never actually
meet, and up to 90% of the heat from the extracted
air is recovered.
Synergy makes the most of your existing heat
source to recover the heat you’ve already paid
for, while continuously ventilating your home.
Open fires, gas fires*, wood burners, heat pumps
and most other heating appliances are all suitable
for use with Synergy.
Heat pumps are one of the most common heat
sources used in New Zealand. Nearly all heat
pumps only re-circulate the existing moist air in a
home, but do not bring in fresh dry air.
This results in a build-up of moisture in the home.
For this reason the combination of a heat pump
and Synergy is a very effective total home heating
and ventilation system. Synergy can also re-use
cold air from air conditioners for a cool recovery
solution in hot summer months.
*Where gas appliances are used for the main heat
source, please refer to the installation company
for advice.
The results speak for themselves. In an actual New
Zealand installation the following results have been
achieved. The air inside the home was 24º and
heated by an open fire. The air outside was 7º.
Normally you would have to continuously heat the
incoming air by 17º to replace the lost heat.
Using Synergy, the fresh incoming air is already
being warmed to 22º. Therefore the incoming air
only needs to be heated by a further 2º to maintain
a comfortable and healthy temperature.
As a result this home is continuously ventilated with
minimal heat loss.
Note: Results can vary from this example due to a
number of factors. Your Smart-Vent Consultant can
give further details.
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LIVING
Fresh air is supplied from outside.
24°
22°
Warm, dry air is supplied
into your home.
BEDROOM 1
Moist, stale air is expelled
out of the home.
BEDROOM 2
LOUNGE
7°
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Moist, stale air is extracted
from inside the home.
Smart-vent SYNERGY MODELS
MODEL
SUITABLE FOR HOMES
Extract
Supply
Order Codes
190
Up to 150m2
1
3
FAN2177
190S*
Up to 150m2
1
3
FAN2176
250
150 - 210m2
1
3
FAN2175
250S*
150 - 210m2
1
3
FAN2174
405PLUS
210 - 330m2
2
5
FAN2191
*The capital ‘S’ represents the Source Function - see page 175.
PLUS represents extra features included as standard - Second Air Source, Heat Boost,
and the energy saving information available on the controller.
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Selection guide
What is the
square metre
size of the
home?
Where do
you want to
select the air
source?
How many
rooms do
you wish to
supply to?
Outside
up to 150m2
Outside
& Roof
Cavity
Outside
150m2 to
210m2
Outside
& Roof
Cavity
Up to 330m2
Outside
& Roof
Cavity
How many
rooms do
you wish to
extract from?
Recommended
Smart-Vent
Synergy System
Order Codes
3
1
SYNERGY 190
FAN2177
3
2
Extract Extension Kit
DCT2289
4
1
Supply Extension Kit
DCT2276
4
2
Supply & Extract Extension Kits
DCT2276 + DCT2289
3
1
SYNERGY 190S
FAN2176
3
2
Extract Extension Kit
DCT2289
4
1
Supply Extension Kit
DCT2276
4
2
Supply & Extract Extension Kits
DCT2276 + DCT2289
3
1
SYNERGY 250
FAN2175
3
2
Extract Extension Kit
DCT2290
4
1
Supply Extension Kit
DCT2276
4
2
Supply & Extract Extension Kits
DCT2276 + DCT2290
3
1
SYNERGY 250S
FAN2174
3
2
Extract Extension Kit
DCT2290
4
1
Supply Extension Kit
DCT2276
4
2
Supply & Extract Extension Kits
DCT2276 + DCT2290
5
2
Synergy 405PLUS
FAN2191
5
3
Extract Extension Kit
DCT2335
6
2
Supply Extension Kit
DCT2334
6
3
Supply & Extract Extension Kits
DCT2334 + DCT2335
Additional Information
• These recommendations are based on the standard components in the system.
• This selection guide assumes 2.4m stud height, if greater please increase the square metre size by 4% for every 0.1 metre.
For example for a 2.8m stud height, increase your house size by 16%.
• If you choose to exceed the number of rooms listed in the selection guide above, the performance of the system will be affected. This selection guide assumes that there is sufficient ceiling space to install all componentry.
• By adding additional outlets to the system you are simply dividing the available air amongst more rooms.
Extra duct may be required depending on the size & layout of the home.
• For larger homes please contact Smart-Vent for technical advice.
• A Smart-Vent Synergy system is not intended to be, and is no substitute for an effective heating system in the home.
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KIT CONTENTS
Kit Contents
Synergy 190 Synergy 190S
Synergy 250 Synergy 250S Synergy 405PLUS
Order Codes
FAN2177
FAN2176
FAN2175
FAN2174
FAN2191
Colour Touch Screen Controller
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
150mm Supply Diffuser
3
3
3
3
5
150mm Extract Diffuser
1
1
200mm Extract Diffuser
150mm Fixed Grille
2
2
1
1
2
3
4
1
1
1
3
200mm Fixed Grille
F7 Filter
1
1
150mm Multi-Speed Fan
2
2
200mm Multi-Speed Fan
Built-In
2
150mm Motorised Damper
1
200mm Motorised Damper
1
150mm x 3m Acoustic Insulated Ducting
150mm x 6m Acoustic Insulated Ducting
2
2
2
200mm x 3m Acoustic Insulated Ducting
150mm x 3m Insulated Ducting
1
1
150mm x 6m Insulated Ducting
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
200mm x 6m Insulated Ducting
1
1
3
1
6m x 150mm Unilok Ducting
1
3m x 200mm Unilok Ducting
1
6m x 200mm Unilok Ducting
150/150/150mm Y-Branch
3
1
200mm x 3m Insulated Ducting
3m x 150mm Unilok Ducting
1
1
1
2
2
200/150/150mm Y-Branch
2
200/200/200mm Y-Branch
1
200/150/150/150mm Double-Branch
1
1
150mm Barrel Damper
150mm Duct Joiner
1
1
1
1
200mm Duct Joiner
1
1
1
1
Condensation Drain
3m x 19mm
3m x 19mm
3m x 19mm
3m x 19mm
3m x 19mm
Fixings and Fixtures
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
OPTIONAL EXTRAS
190/190S
250/250S
405PLUS
Core By-Pass Kit
FAN2172
FAN2173
Included
Heat Boost Kit
FAN2183
FAN2184
Included
1kW Tempering Heater
DCT1226
DCT1483
DCT1483
Supply Extension Kit
DCT2276
DCT2276
DCT2334
Extract Extension Kit
DCT2289
DCT2290
DCT2335
Remote Sensor
FAN2047
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Second air source
OVERVIEW
What is Second Air Source for Synergy?
Second Air Source enables you to draw air from either
outside or the roof cavity.
Second Air Source is included in Synergy 190S,
250S and 405PLUS models.
How does this differ from Synergy 190 and 250?
Synergy 190 and 250 only have a single air source that
usually draws air from outside.
What is the ‘S’ model for Synergy Heat Recovery?
The ’S’ (190S, 250S) models in the Synergy range
mean the kit has a Second Air Source, however as the
standard (190, 250) intake for Synergy is from under
the eave/at the gable end the ‘S’ stands for Second
Air Source and this usually means an intake from the
roof cavity.
How does Second Air Source operate?
More than one operation assists Synergy to use
Second Air Source to provide optimal efficiency from
your Heat Exchanger.
Fan Seasons – Fan Seasons, set on the controller,
is only functional for systems with a Second Air
Source installed.
Setting the Summer and Winter seasons help the
Synergy system to determine where to source the
incoming air.
During the summer months air is primarily sourced
from outside and during the winter months, primarily
from the roof cavity.
Summer and Winter months vary throughout the
country and therefore are adjustable via the controller.
Comfort Level – Comfort Level is a key function in
all Synergy systems.
With a Second Air Source there are more options
for the system to choose the best air source to reach
the desired comfort level chosen by the customer
on their controller.
The customer chooses their personal comfort level
(cooler to warmer) and the system makes choices
automatically based on that setting.
If Fan Seasons are disabled the Comfort Level
becomes the primary factor when the system selects
the best air source.
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When should I specify a Second
Air Source for Synergy?
When you believe the customer’s home
would benefit from some heat gain from
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CORE BYPASS
Overview
What is Core Bypass for Synergy?
This feature diverts fresh filtered air around the heat exchange process. This is useful in summer when the
outside temperature is lower than the inside and you do not want to warm the incoming air with the air you are
extracting from the home.
A Core Bypass is included as standard in Synergy 405PLUS, it is built into the body of the heat exchanger.
What are the functions of the Core bypass?
Core Bypass has two functions.
The most common use is to bypass the core in the summer when Heat Recovery is not desirable.
In the summer, Core Bypass ensures the coolest possible air is used to ventilate the home.
The second and least used function - dependent on your location - is the ability to bypass the core when
the temperature falls below minus 5° to protect the core against potentially icing up, but still have continuous
ventilation.
This is used If you are in a cold area and want Core Bypass for Summer but you do not want it to activate at
minus 5° you can set Fan Minimum to OFF.
How does Core Bypass operate?
The Core Bypass, once enabled on the Touch Screen Controller, opens and closes the damper automatically
based on the temperature in the home, i.e. when the temperature in the home rises significantly above the
Comfort Level the damper closes and the incoming air bypasses the Heat Exchange Core.
This feature is optional in the 190 and 250
ranges (optional upgrade picture below).
Core Bypass Kit FOR SYNERGY 190/250
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03
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HEAT BOOST
Overview
What is Heat Boost for Synergy?
Heat Boost consists of a barrel damper controlled by the room temperature in the Heat Source Room
(where the Touch Screen Controller should be located).
Heat Boost is optional for Synergy 190/S and Synergy 250/S and included as standard in the Synergy
405PLUS.
Heat Boost is for Synergy only and allows the customer to make even better use of their heat source in
the winter.
Heat Boost requires two installed extracts where one of the extracts is in a heat source room and the other
is not (e.g. in a hallway).
Heat Boost shuts off one extract which may be extracting cooler air to ensure only the warmest airstream
is going through the Heat Exchange Core, therefore ensuring the optimum heating efficiency.
What options do I get to operate Heat Boost?
There are three operations available with Heat Boost.
To operate the Heat Boost in winter the customer needs to enable Heat Boost, by setting the ‘Boost Temperature’.
Once this temperature is exceeded in the heat source room (usually a living room) the barrel damper closes
and the three operations of Heat Boost come into play - they are:
Normal mode – The Heat Boost operates when the temperature in the room exceeds the boost temperature.
Timer mode – The Heat Boost operates when the temperature in the room exceeds the boost temperature at
preset times only (two time periods available).
Override – Regardless of the temperature of the room or which mode it is in you can force the system into
Heat Boost for 1, 2, 4 or 6 hours.
Heat Boost is optional
for Synergy 190/S and
Synergy 250/S and
included as standard in
the Synergy 405PLUS.
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TEMPERING HEATER
Overview
What is a Tempering Heater for True Heat Recovery?
The Tempering Heater is a 1kw or 2kw element in line heater designed to temper the incoming air. The Tempering
Heater is an optional upgrade for both Smart-Vent Positive Pressure and Synergy.
Will a Tempering Heater heat a home?
No, with Smart-Vent Synergy it will take the chill off the air being introduced when the temperature inside the
home is below the minimum temperature. They are not recommended as a complete home heating solution.
What will the Tempering Heater increase the temperature by?
It is tested to increase the temperature of the introduced air by approximately 8 – 10°. It will not increase the
temperature of the entire home by this much; it will ensure the air being introduced into the home is a more
comfortable temperature.
When should I specify a Tempering Heater?
It should be specified when the customer wants the 24 hour a day ventilation Smart-Vent delivers, but wants
the ability to heat the air delivered to a more comfortable temperature.
What options do I get to operate a Tempering Heater?
Tempering Heaters are available for both Positive Pressure and Synergy True Heat Recovery.
There are three operations available with the Tempering Heater upgrade.
Normal mode – The Tempering Heater operates with Synergy True Heat Recovery when the temperature in
the home falls below the minimum temperature.
Timer mode – The Tempering Heater operates in Synergy when the temperature in the home falls below the
minimum temperature at preset times only (two time periods available).
Override – regardless of the temperature in the home or which mode it is in you can force the heater on for
1, 2, 4 or 6 hours.
Tempering Heater
Where in the system is the
Tempering Heater located?
The tempering heater is always
located AFTER the filter on
the supply side of the heat
recovery system so the air is
“pushed” across the element.
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REMOTE SENSOR PANEL
What is the Remote Sensor Panel?
Remote Sensor is an optional upgrade available for
Synergy 405PLUS only.
It extends the functionality of the system because
sensing of the home environment can be location
specific i.e. build-up of humidity level can be sensed in
wet areas, increased temperature level can be used
to trigger the heat boost feature.
Remote Sensor Panel
Using the Remote Sensor Panel you can instruct
the Synergy system to respond to the temperature
or relative humidity in the control room (where the
Touch Screen Controller is located), or where the
Remote Sensor is located, or the average of the two.
Typical Installation Setup
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01
Laundry
02
Roof Space
03
02
Lounge
Synergy True Heat Recovery unit
02
Ceiling control unit
Remote sensor panel
Colour touch
screen controller
01
03
02
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SYNERGY TECHNICAL
Specifications
SYNERGY HEAT RECOVERY consists of a balanced ventilation system incorporating both extract and
supply airflows to rid the home of moist, stale air and introduce fresher, drier filtered air into the home.
These two air paths flow through the Heat Exchanger and as they pass each other, up to 90% of heat from
the extracted air is recovered and transferred to the incoming air which is delivered back into the home via
diffusers in the ceiling.
The two airflows never meet, therefore preventing cross contamination while also recovering the heat from
the extracted air. The Heat Exchanger recovers otherwise wasted heat produced from everyday household
activities and paid heating.
General specifications
190
250
405PLUS
Balanced ventilation system with no
cross-contamination of inlet and exhaust air
Yes
Yes
Yes
Counter Flow Heat Exchanger
Yes
Yes
Yes
up to 90%
up to 90%
up to 90%
3
3
9
Optional
Optional
Included
Filters Included
F7
F7
F7 and 2x G3
Colour Touch Screen
Yes
Yes
Yes
60°C
60°C
60°C
175 W
175 W
230 W
230VAC 50 Hz
230VAC 50 Hz
230VAC 50 Hz
10m RJ45
(supplied)
10m RJ45
(supplied)
10m RJ45
(supplied)
Heat Exchanger Efficiency
Ventilation Speeds
Core By Pass
Maximum Operating Temperature
Max Power Consumption
Electrical Supply (must be mains earthed)
Communications Interface connecting
ceiling unit to touch screen
190/250 Heat Exchanger
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405PLUS Heat Exchanger
Touch Screen Controller
Smart-Vent POSITIVE
EXPLAINED
Smart-Vent will draw fresher, drier air from the roof cavity or from outside and filter it before gently distributing it
around your home.
Superior, medical grade F7 filtration traps up to 90% of pollens, dust and allergens. This filtered air is distributed
into each room via unique acoustic insulated ducting, which reduces fan and airflow noise. Moist air is forced out
around windows and doors, making your home drier, which makes it is easier to heat.
Simply enter your preferred temperature range into the Smart-Vent controller, then sit back and enjoy your
healthier home. With the ability to sense the temperature of the air in the room the controller is in and the roof
cavity, Smart-Vent will automatically select the best air intake option for your home.
Drawing air from the roof cavity, outside or even from your lounge in Heat Transfer mode (if installed), SmartVent will choose the warmest air in winter and the coolest air in summer providing a complete year round
ventilation solution.
Smart-Vent Positive is fully future proofed so any of our upgrades can be added simply and easily into your
existing system.
01
02
03
04
05
01
Icon key
01
Fresh air is taken from outside or warmer,
drier air is taken from the roof cavity (with
similar feature installed).
02
The air is passed through a high efficiency
F7 filter.
03
02
The air is pushed into the home using a high
quality fan.
04
02
The air is gently distributed into your home
via ceiling diffusers.
05
02
The moisture laden air is forced out around
doors and windows.
The end result is a fresher,
drier, healthier home that is
less prone to condensation
and airborne contaminants.
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Smart-Vent Positive models
MODEL
Summer Feature
Controller
Fan Speeds
Supply Outlets
Order
Codes
SV01
No
-
2
1
FAN1056
SV01C
No
Digital
2
1
FAN2023
SV02
No
Digital
3
2
FAN0939
SV02-TSC
No
Touch Screen
3
2
FAN2113
SV02S
Yes
Digital
3
2
FAN0850
SV02S-TSC
Yes
Touch Screen
3
2
FAN2114
SV04
No
Digital
3
4
FAN1057
SV04-TSC
No
Touch Screen
3
4
FAN2115
SV04S
Yes
Digital
3
4
FAN1058
SV04S-TSC
Yes
Touch Screen
3
4
FAN2116
SV06S
No
Digital
3
6
FAN1064
SV06-TSC
No
Touch Screen
3
6
FAN2117
SV06S
Yes
Digital
3
6
FAN1065
SV06S-TSC
Yes
Touch Screen
3
6
FAN2118
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SELECTION GUIDE
What is the square
metre size of the
home?
Would you like the
Summer Feature
included?
Would you like
a Colour Touch
screen controller?
No
No
No
No
Yes
up to 130m²
How many rooms
do you wish to
distribute to?
Recommended
Smart-Vent
Positive System
Order Codes
1
SV01*
FAN1056
1
SV01C
FAN2023
2
SV02
FAN0939
Extension Kit/s
DCT2276
SV02-TSC
FAN2113
Extension Kit/s
DCT2276
SV02S
FAN0850
Extension Kit/s
DCT2276
SV02S-TSC
FAN2114
Extension Kit/s
DCT2276
SV04
FAN1057
Extension Kit/s
DCT2276
SV04-TSC
FAN2115
Extension Kit/s
DCT2276
SV04S
FAN1058
Extension Kit/s
DCT2276
SV04S-TSC
FAN2116
Extension Kit/s
DCT2276
SV06
FAN1064
Extension Kit/s
DCT2276
SV06-TSC
FAN2117
Extension Kit/s
DCT2276
SV06S
FAN1065
Extension Kit/s
DCT2276
SV06S-TSC
FAN2118
Extension Kit/s
DCT2276
3-4
2
3-4
2
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
130m² to 280m²
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
280m² to 560m²
No
Yes
Yes
3-4
2
3-4
4
5-6
4
5-6
4
5-6
4
5-6
6
7 - 10
6
7 - 10
6
7 - 10
6
7 - 10
* The SV01 model does not include any controller capability
Additional Information
These recommendations are based on the standard
components in the system.
This selection guide assumes 2.4m stud height, if
greater please increase the square metre size by 4%
for every 0.1 metre of additional stud height.
For example for a 2.8m stud height, increase your
house size by 16%.
This selection guide assumes that there is sufficient
ceiling space to install all componentry. If you choose to
exceed the number of rooms listed in the selection guide
above, the performance of the system will be affected.
For the SV06 systems, a total of 4 extension kits can
be added but please do not exceed 2 extension kits
per branch of the system.
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kit contents
KITS
SV01/SV01C SV02
No Controller (SV01)
FAN1056
Digital Controller (SV01C)
FAN2023
Colour Touch Screen Controller
KIT CONTENT
150mm Supply Diffuser
SV02S
SV04
SV06
SV06S
FAN0939 FAN0850 FAN1057 FAN1058
FAN1064 FAN1065
FAN2113 FAN2114 FAN2115 FAN2116
FAN2117 FAN2118
SV01/SV01C
SV02
SV02S
SV04
SV04S
SV06
SV06S
1
2
2
4
4
6
6
1
3
1
1
1
2
3
5
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
150mm Fixed Grille
200mm Fixed Grille
F7 Filter
1
1
1
150mm 3 Speed Fan
1
1
1
200mm 3 Speed Fan
150mm Motorised Damper
1
200mm Motorised Damper
150mm x 3m Acoustic
Insulated Ducting
SV04S
1
2
1
150mm x 6m Acoustic
Insulated Ducting
1
1
150mm x 3m Insulated Ducting
1
1
150mm x 6m Insulated Ducting
3
3
4
4
2
1
3
1
1
1
200mm x 6m Insulated Ducting
200mm x 3m Insulated Ducting
1
150mm x 3m Unilok Ducting
1
200mm x 6m Unilok Ducting
200mm x 3m Unilok Ducting
1
1
1
1
200/150/150/150mm
Double-Branch
1
1
2
2
150mm Duct Joiner
1
1
2
2
Included
Included
Included
Included
150/150/150mm Y-Branch
Fixings and Fixtures
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1
Included
Included
1
Included
Kit contents
Optional extras
OPTIONAL EXTRAS
SV01/SV01C
SV02/SV02S
SV04/SV04S
SV06/SV06S
Additional Extension Kit
DCT2276
DCT2276
DCT2276
DCT2276
Tempering Heater
DCT2123*
DCT1226
DCT1226
DCT1483
DCT1491
Heat Transfer Kit
N/A
FAN2027
FAN2028
FAN2028*
* DCT2123 is the tempering heater for FAN1056 only
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
• By adding additional outlets to the system you are simply dividing the available air amongst more rooms.
• Extra duct may be required depending on the size & layout of the home. See accessories on the page 197.
• For larger homes please contact Smart-Vent for technical advice.
• A Smart-Vent Positive Pressure system is not intended to be, and is no substitute for an effective heating system in the home.
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SUMMER FEATURE
EXPLAINED
What is the Summer Feature for Positive Pressure?
Summer Feature is an optional upgrade for Positive
Pressure systems only. Summer Feature ensures the
coolest possible air is used to ventilate the home.
What is the ‘S’ model for Positive Pressure?
The ‘S’ (SV02S, SV04S, SV06S…) models for Positive
Pressure mean the kits have the summer feature included.
Summer Feature is a second air intake under the eave/at
the gable end of the home bringing in an outdoor
air supply when the roof cavity temperature exceeds the
maximum temperature.
Installing the intake on the coolest side of the house
ensures the best possible result.
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Summer Feature allows your
customer to get the most out
of the their system 24 hours
a day, 365 days a year.
Heat transfer
Positive pressure
What is ‘Heat Transfer’ for Positive Pressure?
Heat Transfer moves excess warm air from your lounge (heat source room) to other areas of the home. Heat
Transfer closes the damper drawing air from either the outside or roof space and instead draws air from the
room where there is a heat source – usually a living room. It is important to point out that when Heat Transfer
is activated, the system is not bringing in fresh air – however the home is getting the benefit of transferring heat
around the house (e.g. cold winter nights).
When should I specify a Heat Transfer for Positive Pressure?
Heat transfer is an optional upgrade for Positive Pressure systems only. It should only be specified when the
customer has a heat source that creates excess heat i.e. fireplace or similar. A heat pump sized for the room
it occupies is not suitable for heat transfer. However if the heat pump has excess capacity a heat transfer
system can certainly transfer any excess heat.
What options do I get to operate Heat Transfer?
There are three operations available with Heat transfer upgrade. To operate the Heat Transfer in winter the
customer needs to enable the Heat Transfer option on the controller and set the ‘Comfort Temperature’ - once it
exceeds this temperature in the heat source room (usually lounge) the three operations of Heat Transfer come
into play.
Normal mode – The Heat Transfer operates when the temperature in the room exceeds the
comfort temperature.
Timer mode – The Heat Transfer operates when the temperature in the room exceeds the comfort
temperature at preset times only (two time periods available).
Override – regardless of the temperature of the room or which mode it is in you can force the system into
Heat Transfer for 1, 2 , 4 or 6 hours.
SV02 configuration prior to
Heat Transfer Upgrade
SV02 configuration with Heat Transfer Upgrade
SV02 system
pictured with
a Heat Transfer
upgrade
SV04 configuration prior to
Heat Transfer Upgrade
SV04 configuration with Heat Transfer Upgrade
SV04S or one
leg of a SV06S
system pictured
with a Heat
Transfer upgrade
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Tempering heater
What is a Tempering Heater for Positive Pressure?
Tempering Heater is an optional upgrade for both Smart-Vent Positive Pressure and Synergy.
A Tempering Heater is a 1kW or 2kW element in line heater designed to temper the incoming air.
When should I specify a Tempering Heater?
It should be specified when the customer wants the 24 hour a day ventilation Smart-Vent delivers, but wants
the ability to heat the air delivered to a more comfortable temperature.
Will a Tempering Heater heat a home?
No, with Smart-Vent Positive Pressure it will take the chill off the air introduced from the roof cavity when it
is below the minimum temperature set on the controller. They are not recommended as a complete home
heating solution.
What will the Tempering Heater increase the temperature by?
It is tested to increase the temperature of the introduced air by approximately 8 – 10°.
It will not increase the temperature of the entire home by this much; it will ensure the air being introduced into
the home is a more comfortable temperature.
What options do I get to operate a Tempering Heater?
There are three operations available with the Tempering Heater upgrade.
Normal mode – The Tempering Heater operates in Positive Pressure when the temperature in the roof cavity
falls below the minimum temperature.
Timer mode – The Tempering Heater operates in Positive Pressure when the temperature in the roof cavity
falls below the minimum temperature at preset times only (two time periods available).
Override – regardless of the temperature in the roof cavity or which mode it is in you can force the heater on
for 1, 2, 4 or 6 hours.
Tempering Heaters are available for both Positive Pressure and Synergy True Heat Recovery.
Tempering Heater
Where in the system is the
Tempering Heater located?
The tempering heater is always
located AFTER the fan in
positive pressure so the air is
“pushed” across the element.
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Technical information
Positive Pressure
Controller and ceiling box
Tempering Heater
Wall mounted (standard electricians switch plated)
digital controller with LCD Matrix display and keypad.
Optional tempering heater, 1kW or 2kW.
Automatically switches Tempering heater on if temperature
drops below threshold, or operate via heater timer.
2 x Temperature sensors, 1 in wall panel and one in
ceiling control box.
Colour touch screen controller upgrade option available.
3 speed fan.
Filter
Automatic switching of air source from outside or roof
space (if summer function purchased).
Heat transfer optional upgrade; automatically transfer
excess heat from living areas to bedrooms.
Maximum operating temperature
Minimum threshold setting
Maximum threshold setting
Operating hysteresis temperature Minimum threshold differential
Temperature accuracy
Temperature resolution
Display resolution
Operating voltage
Maximum operating current
AS/NZS CISPR High quality cartridge F7 filter in all Smart-Vent Positive
Pressure systems. Hepa and Carbon filters also available.
Wall panel gives a warning light when filter needs replacing.
50°C
0°C
35°C
2°C
5°C
+/-1°C (at source)
0.065°C
1°C
240VAC RMS (50Hz)
10 AC RMS
14:2002W
Z136
Colour touch
screen controller
AS/NZS 3100 :2009: 10
F7 Filter
Digital Controller
Replacement filter
cartridge
Acoustic Ducting
Acoustic insulated ducting
Tempering Heater
You will never have to come home to a hot, stuffy house as
the cool air is filtered before being gently distributed around
the home.
Whisper quiet airflow.
Prevents heat loss.
Fully adjustable cone diffusers enable system balancing.
Automatic summer feature
A Summer Feature is highly recommended during the
hot summer months when hot, muggy evenings disturb
your sleep. `When the temperature in the roof space
rises above your comfort level, the Smart-Vent system
will switch to supply cool air drawn from outside.
Pro Series Extension Kit
The Pro-Series Extension Kit allows you to add additional
outlets to any of the Smart-Vent systems.
Please note: that adding additional outlets to your system
does not mean you need a bigger system, it simply means
the total air requirement is divided amongst more rooms.
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Smart-Vent Integra systems
Explained
Smart-Vent Integra integrates any ducted heat pump with Smart-Vent Synergy to achieve healthy home
ventilation with up to 90% heat recovery combined with energy efficient heating. This is the ultimate home
ventilation and heating solution.
The Ultimate Ventilation and Heating solution, Integra not only recovers heat from inside your home (as with
Synergy) it also passes the air through a ducted heat pump which actually HEATS the air to your
desired temperature, delivering fresh filtered air that is heated.
Smart-Vent Integra at work
WARM DRY AIR SUPPLIED
IN THE HOME
SYNERGY
VENTILATING 24/7
HEAT PUMP
(INACTIVE)
FRESH INCOMING AIR
STALE AIR EXITS
THE HOME
7
22
0
24
0
HEATPUMP
NOT IN USE
0
EXTRACT WARM
MOIST STALE AIR
Removes condensation.
Supplies fresh filtered air
from outside.
Up to 90% heat recovery.
WARM DRY AIR SUPPLIED
IN THE HOME
HEAT PUMP
(ACTIVE)
SYNERGY
VENTILATING 24/7
FRESH INCOMING AIR
STALE AIR EXITS
THE HOME
7
0
HEATPUMP
24
0
IN USE
Energy efficient heating
using fresh filtered air
HEATED AIR SUPPLIED IN
THE HOME (CONTROLLED
BY HEAT PUMP)
EXTRACT WARM
MOIST STALE AIR
Smart-Vent Integra is the ultimate in True Heat Recovery
ventilation with the advantage of being connected to a
ducted heat pump for energy efficient heating
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Smart-Vent Integra
Features
Smart-Vent Integra provides a home ventilation system WITH heating and cooling.
Combining the benefits of True Heat Recovery with any ducted heat pump.
Energy efficient heating
Ducted Heat Pump
The Integra system is connected to a ducted heat pump
providing energy efficient heating throughout your home.
Heat exchange core
Heat Exchange Core
Unlike paper cores, our polymer core is better suited to
New Zealand climatic conditions. With no moisture transfer
between incoming and outgoing air, humidity is reduced.
These cores are tested at 90% efficiency to European
Standard EN308.
Whisper quiet
Acoustic Duct
The unique acoustic insulated ducting used in all SmartVent Synergy systems ensures ‘whisper quiet’ air transfer
and better air temperature retention.
Superior filtration
F7 Fliter
The high quality F7 filter will captures 80 - 90% of 0.4
micron particles including dust, pollens, allergens and
mould spores.
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Smart-Vent Integra 190/250
Technical information
PLENUM
HEAT PUMP IN
PLENUM
HEAT PUMP OUT
HP SUPPLY TO HOUSE
Back
Draft
Shutter
HEAT PUMP
INDOOR DUCTED UNIT
Branch
Take Off
Back
Draft
Shutter
INDOOR UNIT
Y Branch
HP IN
POWER SUPPLY
FROM HEAT PUMP
OUTDOOR UNIT
HP OUT
HEAT PUMP
INTERFACE
F7 FILTER
FAN
SYNERGY
TOUCH SCREEN
CONTROLLER
SYNERGY CEILING
CONTROL UNIT
Key
Synergy 190/250 True Heat Recovery Unit
Standard Synergy Heat Pump Upgrade Kit
Separate Ducted Heat Pump Unit
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Smart-Vent Integra 405PLUS
Technical information
PLENUM
HEAT PUMP IN
PLENUM
HEAT PUMP OUT
HP SUPPLY TO HOUSE
Back
Draft
Shutter
HEAT PUMP
INDOOR DUCTED UNIT
Branch
Take Off
Back
Draft
Shutter
KIT 1: Synergy 4
INDOOR UNIT
Y Branch
HP IN
POWER SUPPLY
FROM HEAT PUMP
OUTDOOR UNIT
HP OUT
KIT 2: Standard
HEAT PUMP
INTERFACE
KIT 3: Separate
F7 FILTER
SYNERGY
TOUCH SCREEN
CONTROLLER
SYNERGY CEILING
CONTROL UNIT
key
Synergy 405PLUS True Heat Recovery Unit
Standard Synergy Heat Pump Upgrade Kit
Separate Ducted Heat Pump Unit
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Heat Trans
Systems
HEAT TRANS uses excess heat to warm other areas of the home by transferring it from one room to
multiple rooms. Heat Trans is the professional brand in heat transfer systems and is the brand of choice for
electrical contractors.
Leading the market for over 15 years, Heat Trans is at the forefront of product development and innovation
and are the only heat transfer systems using acoustic insulated ducting and digital controllers.
How does Heat Trans work
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02
03
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Excess heat from your heat source will rise to ceiling
level where it is trapped. This excess heat can reach
temperatures of 30-35°C.
This excess heat can be effectively transferred to
other rooms using a high quality fan and acoustic
insulated ducting.
Air moves from the bedrooms back to the lounge
creating a natural recirculation of warm air throughout
the home. This will also make your home healthier by
helping to reduce mould and mildew.
MODELS
MODEL
Order Code
Heat Trans One Room Kit
FAN0325
Heat Trans Two Room Kit
FAN0337
Heat Trans Three Room Kit
FAN0338
Pro-Series One Outlet
Extension Kit
DCT2101
Heat Trans Summer-Vent
Extension Kit
DCT1481
Heat Trans Thru Wall Kit
FAN0005
Heat Trans systems utilise
excess heat throughout the
home and cost as little as a
light bulb to run.
Heat trans
Features
The Ultecon digital thermostat controller measures and displays the temperature of your lounge and lets you preset your
preferred room temperature.
When your lounge temperature exceeds your preferred room temperature the system will automatically start to transfer
the excess heat to other rooms in your home.
The 2 and 3 room systems also offer fan speed control, which allows you to set your preferred fan speed giving you
ultimate control over the volume of heated air being transferred.
Superior Fans
High quality multi-speed fans for optimum airflow ventilation in the home that cost as
little as a light bulb (between 70W and 120W) to run. These high quality fans have been
specifically selected to ensure correct airflow and pressure levels are achieved.
Whisper quiet
The unique acoustic insulated ducting reduces air transfer noise to a ‘whisper quiet’ level.
Better temperature retention is achieved, ensuring optimal heat transfer of excess warm air.
One Room Controller
Adjustable diffusers
Easily adjustable to allow balancing of the airflow into each room. Simply twist the centre
section of the diffuser to allow more or less air into each room. Or simply close any diffuser
when the room is not in use.
Two/Three Room
Controller
Optional extras
Summer feature
Introduce fresher cooler air into your home in summer with the Summer-Vent Extension
Kit, to enable year round use of your system.
With the inlet grille installed under your soffit, fresher cooler air is filtered using a high
efficiency F7 filter and is distributed throughout your home via your Heat Trans outlets.
The system is controlled via a standard wall switch which operates the motorised
damper to start drawing air from outside.
Note: When the summer feature is working the lounge warmed room inlet is switched
off via the damper and will not receive the cooled air directly from outside, however due
to air pressure a natural re-circulation occurs throughout the home.
Summer Feature Extension Kit
Extension kit
The Pro-Series One Outlet Extension Kit is designed to extend your standard three room
Heat Trans system so you can distribute warm air to an extra room within your home.
The extension kit gives you the flexibility to add additional outlet/s to your Heat Trans
system. By adding additional outlet/s to your system you are simply dividing the available
heated air amongst more rooms.
Note: All Heat Trans kits can be extended.
1 Room kits can be extended to a max length of 12 metres ( 6 metres supplied in kit).
2 Room kits can be extended to a max length of 21 metres (12 metres supplied in kit).
Pro-Series One
Outlet Extension Kit
3 Room kits can be extended to a max length of 24 metres (15 metres supplied in kit).
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Smart-Vent
Filters & accessories
Acoustic Insulated Ducting
Insulated Ducting
150mm diameter x 3m DCT0633
150mm diameter x 3m
DCT0583
150mm diameter x 6m DCT0634
150mm diameter x 6m
DCT0584
200mm diameter x 3m
DCT0585
200mm diameter x 6m
DCT0586
200mm diameter x 3m DCT0635
200mm diameter x 6m DCT0636
Unilok Nude Ducting
Duct Fasteners
150mm diameter x 3m DCT0561
Hanging Strap
DCT2299
150mm diameter x 6m DCT0562
Duct Tape 48mm x 5m
DCT0173
200mm diameter x 3m DCT0563
Duct Tape 48mm x 30m DCT0807
200mm diameter x 6m DCT0564
Duct Tape 48mm x 60m DCT1132*
Noise Reduction Fan Housing
150/200
Centrifugal Fan
DCT2297
Duct Connectors
150mm metal
DCT0723
200mm metal
DCT0724
150/200 Mix Flow Fan DCT2298
Replacement Filters
G4 Sock
DCT1411
G4 Filter
DCT2221
F7 Filter
DCT2093
F7 with Carbon Filter
DCT2277
HEPA with
Carbon Filter
DCT2278
EU7
DCT2093
Extension Leads
Fixed Louvre Grilles
125mm white
DCT0041
150mm white
DCT0063
200mm white
DCT0340
Connection Accessories
RJ45 to RJ45 Connecter FAN2408
Controller Software Up-Grade
3m Fan lead (4 wire)
FAN2190
3m Heater or Damper
lead (3 wire)
FAN2194
Y Branch
150-150-150
DCT1233
200-150-150
DCT0379
Positive Pressure
Digital Up-grade to
(Software V2.09)
FAN2065
Synergy
Touch Screen
Controller
(Software V1.3)
FAN2178
*AS4254 Duct Tape - Temperature range -37°C - 127°C
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