Sep 5 2008

Heat Recovery and Central Vacuum returns

Tim Bartlett from CVC Systems takes back a box of odds and sods! central-vacuum-system-returns.jpg When you are working in three dimensions with pipework  for the heat recovery and central vacuum systems it is difficult to anticipate all the bits and pieces you might need, how much, what sort etc.

So it was great to be able to work with CVC and take unused parts back for credit as we got to the end of the job. This saves lots of unused plastic items sitting around unused which is good for the environment as less has to be made for the next customer!

Also as we go along we discovered new fittings that solved problems we discovered which we swoped for some of the returned bits and you can see some of them next week. If you are excited by pipework problems, this is the blog to watch!

2 Responses to “Heat Recovery and Central Vacuum returns”

  1. Katie wrote

    November 12th, 2008 at 11:42 am

    I am hoping you can help me, I am looking for a central vacumm cleaner system for a boat, I have photos of the current front flap that is broken and requires replacing, i would be very grateful if you could email me so i can send you the photos if you are able to help.
    Many thanks
    Kind regards

    From: Tim Bartlett
    Date: 12 November 2008 16:05:46 GMT
    To: Marlin Marine
    Cc: Anna Bartlett
    Subject: Re: Marine central vacuum system

    Hello Kate�

    We can probably find a vacuum socket to fit, but it may not be exactly the same style.

    Is the colour important?�

    If not, we stock a white one which I think would do – see picture �-�the one on the lower left. It measures 120 x 80mm, screw holes approx 97mm centre to centre.

    Tim Bartlett

    T W G Bartlett
    CVC Direct Ltd
    Unit B, The Croft
    Whiteley Road
    Hithercroft Industrial Estate
    OX10 9RG

  2. Mr + Mrs V Crichlow wrote

    November 20th, 2009 at 10:38 pm

    Dear Sirs

    We are building a 330 sq. m. house in Snowdonia in an exposed location overlooking the coast and would like to explore if we can afford to include heat recovery ventilation. The house will be traditional masonry of block cavity construction with silicone render exterior and extra insulation internally. We need to now how it could benefit our project and the costs involved both for supply only and fully fitted. Also how efficient is it likely to be. We intend to use underfloor heating and an air source heat pump with solar top up and will have 1 or 2 woodburner stoves as well.

    Please advise how you could help us and if you need us to sernd on our plans we can, of course, do that.

    Yours faithfully

    Vangh and Jacqui Crichlow