Rossdarragh1 wrote: »
I also have the same system in my house. I'm a bit concerned that some rooms in the house are not as 'fresh' as they should be namely my bedroom with adjacent en suite. I often wake up to condensation on the bedroom windows. In the past I attributed it to having a shower the night before and there being moisture in the air. However the en suite outlet should be capable of taking this moisture out of the bathroom. I've even used the 'boost' put to increase the outlet capacity for a short period of time. Is there any device like the temperature monitor in the picture above that would give me an accurate recording of the air quality in the room.
I've called the installer on this before and wasn't exactly happy with his response to the issue. As I've no stats on the air quality it's hard to pin them down on the systems performance. However if I had Data to inform me of the air quality there would be know ambiguity as to the performance of the BEAM system .
B-D-P-- wrote: »
Where are you getting your filters for the c130?
53€ from beams when ya add vat and delivery is steep
Dingodongo wrote: »
Have a beam AXCO c130 system installed in my house, just finished. I've been finding the rooms a drafty with the system running. It's set to run at 46% but I usually keep it turned down to 18% on holiday mode to minimise the drafts.
The inlet air also seems cold to me. I was under the impression that the inlet air would be heated to near room temperature.
There are two figures shown on Aurastat controller. One is currently 5° and the other 10°. Pretty sure the 5° is the external temperature so does this mean the 10° is the inlet pptemperature?
If anyone can shed some light on this or pass on their experience that would be great.
Anyone got any recent filter source links they could recommend for the Beam Axco C130? The link mentioned previous appears to be broken.