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Vent-Axia Supports Noise Action Week with its Silent Fan

Vent-Axia, leaders in energy efficient ventilation, is delighted to be supporting Noise Action Week (21-25 May 2012) by offering a solution to noisy extract fans with its innovative Silent Fan.

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Vent-Axia is A-OK for BEAB!

Vent-Axia has recently received an A rating, the highest achievable level, from Intertek in support of their BEAB (British Electrotechnical Approvals Board) Approved Mark product certification for its factory in Crawley, West Sussex.

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Vent-Axia Launches New Guide to the Building Regulations

vabrochureVent-Axia, the brand leader in low carbon ventilation solutions, has introduced a new, step-by-step ventilation guide designed to help explain recent Building Regulations changes to private and social housing new-build specifiers.

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Vent-Axia Provides Continuous Ventilation for Coast and Country

va housingVent-Axia’s ground-breaking Lo-Carbon™ Centra and Quadra fans have helped improve the indoor air quality for residents at a block of flats. The flats known as Spencerbeck are located in the Ormesby area of Middlesbrough. They were refurbished by Coast & Country as part of the Decent Homes programme.

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Vent-Axia Launches Heat Pump Division

vent axia heat pumpVent-Axia, leaders in energy efficient ventilation, has launched a heat pump division to complement its comprehensive Lo-Carbon™ ventilation range. Launching in May, the heat pump division is set to offer both ground source and air source heat pumps aimed at the domestic and light commercial markets.

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Vent-Axia Supplies Centra To Redrow Homes

redrow homesVent-Axia has signed a national supply agreement with one of the UK’s leading residential and mixed use property developers, Redrow Homes. In the agreement Vent-Axia has contracted to provide Redrow Homes’ developments with the new Vent-Axia Lo-Carbon™ Centra extract fan.

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Vent Axia and Continuous Ventilation For Homes

vent axia low carbonLee Nurse Marketing Manager at Vent-Axia explains how continuous decentralised ventilation can be retrofitted to help homes meet efficiency and carbon reduction targets.

Thanks to the Decent Home programme which has helped improve public sector homes in recent times, we now understand more about building performance than ever before. As a result, we are able to develop sympathetic ventilation systems which are designed to fit not just our homes but also the way people live their lives.

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Vent-Axia: Balancing Carbon Reduction In Schools

ventaxiaThe Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme seeks to create innovative and exciting learning environments for schools. Meanwhile, with research repeatedly citing the importance of good school ventilation in improving children’s learning outcomes, Nygel Humphrey, Commercial Product Manager at Vent-Axia explains how on-demand ventilation, coupled with high efficiency energy recovery, can play a significant role in achieving the BSF’s objective as well as reducing carbon footprints and energy costs.

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Vent-Axia Launches High Efficiency MVHR System The Sentinel Kinetic Plus

vent axia mvhrVent-Axia, leaders in low carbon ventilation, has launched the high efficiency Sentinel Kinetic Plus, adding to its successful Sentinel Kinetic range of residential mechanical ventilation with heat recovery (MVHR) systems.

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