Latest news from Vent-Axia
Published: Friday 7th May 2010
When the London Fire Brigade (LFB) wanted to provide the local community of Havering with a new state-of-the-art, energy conscious fire station, the design concept called for an energy efficient ventilation solution. As an integral part of the £5 million project, Vent-Axia was chosen to supply its Sentinel Totus D-ERV (Demand Energy Recovery Ventilation) system to improve ventilation and save energy at the Harold Hill station.
Published: Wednesday 5th May 2010
Vent-Axia, the leaders in energy efficient ventilation technology, welcomes the publication of the new Approved Documents for Part F and Part L of the Building Regulations as an essential “step change” and a key stage towards reaching zero carbon homes in 2016. Released on April 30 the Approved Documents Part F (Means of Ventilation) and Part L (Conservation of Fuel and Power) set out “hugely significant changes” which will drive the adoption of low carbon ventilation as an industry standard.
Published: Tuesday 4th May 2010
Tommy Hill took second and third place finishes at Oulton Park today to significantly extend his lead in the British Superbike Championship. His Worx Crescent Suzuki team-mate Yukio Kagayama was unfortunately the victim of a race one accident that also left him unable to take part in race two. For Hill it was another day of strong performances. In race one rival Stuart Easton led off the line and while Hill was never more than three-tenths of a second behind, Easton's late-braking style prevented a pass. At the finish Hill was just 0.058-seconds adrift.
Published: Monday 26th April 2010
With new continuous decentralised ventilation boasting near silent operation, silence really is golden for installers, Lee Nurse Marketing Manager at Vent-Axia explains Installers now have a new great opportunity to upgrade their homeowners’ existing extract fans with the launch of recently developed near silent continuous decentralised ventilation. Traditionally intermittent ventilation systems have been the extract of choice for households since noisy fans have deterred them from opting for continuous systems.
Published: Monday 19th April 2010
Tommy Hill took a win and a second today at Thruxton, round two of the British Superbike Championship, to significantly increase his lead in championship standings. With an identical scorecard to Brands Hatch, the Worx Crescent Suzuki rider again put together a commanding performance in race one and then backed it up with a strong performance in race two, limiting his risks, building his championship lead.
Published: Tuesday 13th April 2010
Vent-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.
Published: Monday 12th April 2010
Lee 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.
Published: Tuesday 6th April 2010
Worx Crescent Suzuki's Tommy Hill leads the 2010 British Superbike championship after a win and a second place at round one at Brands Hatch today. Hill yesterday qualified second fastest and he used the front row start to great effect today in race one, shadowing rival Ryuichi Kiyonari for two-thirds distance before passing and making good the race win. In race two he closely followed James Ellison but in view of their very fast pace and the complications of passing lappers on the tight track elected to take a safe second place finish to secure the championship lead.
Published: Thursday 1st April 2010
Vent-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.
Published: Monday 22nd March 2010
With new continuous decentralised ventilation boasting near silent operation, silence really is golden for electrical contractors, Lee Nurse Marketing Manager at Vent-Axia explains
Vent-Axia's popular Lo Carbon range combines all the style and durability you expect from a Vent-Axia product with even greater energy efficiency, helping you to make your property as eco friendly as possible. Together with the Lo Carbon range, demand energy recovery ventilation and heat recovery (HRV) and mechanical extract systems are also available to aid new sustainable building projects to adhere to the Code for Sustainable Homes.
In combination with our exceptional ventilation product range we also offer a comprehensive range of heating products ideal to heat your home, our range of electric heating includes, storage heaters and combination storage heaters, panel heaters, towel rails, portable heating, fan heaters, convector heaters and radiant heating. Our latest product introduction brings electric underfloor heating to the portfolio, this range consists of electric underfloor heating mats, underfloor heating thermostats, underfloor heating kits and underfloor heating insulation boards to offer a comprehensive solution.
In addition to our ever-growing domestic and commercial ventilation ranges, Vent-Axia also supply air curtains, hand dryer products and fume handling/smoke fans. We can also support your air conditioning requirements.
Vent-Axia products are available from distributors around the UK and Eire and also around the world via our network of international distributors. Many of our ranges can also be ordered via our online store. Browse our full range of heating, ventilation and air conditioning products by clicking here. You can also contact us for any further enquiries.