Nuaire, part of the Genuit group, has expanded its Xboxer heat recovery range with the addition of the UNI-X unit, which has now been rebranded to Xboxer Universal.
Originally launched in 2017 as a ventilation solution for student accommodation, it has proven to be a suitable solution across a wide range of applications including schools, hospitals, offices, care homes, and apartments. The company has now rebranded the UNI-X units as Xboxer Universal, part of the Xboxer heat recovery range.
Xboxer Universal is available in three models – UNIX-220, UNIX-360 and UNIX-580 – with the largest model having enough duty to ventilate a cluster of up to 12 rooms. The three speed controls are included as a standard feature, allowing full adjustability for site requirements. Each size is equipped with an integral mounting bracket, and multiple spigot options are available, making the unit compatible with circular or rectangular ducting.
The Xboxer Universal range is enhanced by Nuaire’s in-line carbon filter range, IAQ-BOX, which the company says filters out up to 99.5% of harmful N02 and up to 80% of Particulate Matter (PM).
Xboxer Universal is the latest addition to Nuaire’s Xboxer family. Other units in the range include Xboxer Hybrid, which combines pure natural ventilation with mechanical assistance; and Xboxer XBC+ for a space saving solution. All are designed to filter clean air into a building whilst extracting stale air from the interior, retaining heat that would otherwise be lost.