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What is dMEV and how does it work?

dMEV DeCentralised Mechanical Extract (System 3) is a whole house ventilation metholdogy which consists continuously running extract fans and background ventilators (where applicable)

It works on the same basis as a continuously running central syste, (MEV) but is a local, in room approach. Fans are located in every wet room and run continously at low trickle speeds and then boost as required via light switch or homeowner control. 
 
In highly insulated dwellings e.g. <5ach@50Pa, background ventilators to 2500mm2 are required in all habitable rooms. 

dMEV Building Regulations

Building Regulation Requirements ADF:2010

Building Regulation Requirements ADF:2010 

For dMEV, single point continouusly running fans should be loacted in each wet room in accordance with the extract ventilation rates set out below.  In order to calculate the whole ventilation building rate you need to know; 
 

  • Floor Area
  • Number of wet rooms
  • Number of habitable rooms
  • Number of occupants 
     

Note: Background ventilators may be required in some dwelling air permeability designs.
 

Part F Building Regulations

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