Published: 14/02/2020

Vent-Axia’s Lo-Carbon Response 7 is a new filterless unitary fan designed for social housing. Replacing the original Lo-Carbon Response, it features an ultra-low profile for discreet installation; increased airflow performance; a digital control menu and a 7-year guarantee.

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Published: 04/02/2020

Vent-Axia has welcomed a report by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) and the Royal College of Physicians on the impact of poor indoor air quality (IAQ) on young people’s health. The report, published in Jan 2020, says there is proof that children’s respiratory problems may be worsened by poor IAQ.

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Published: 03/02/2020

Vent-Axia ventilation systems are improving indoor air quality (IAQ) at 614 apartments housing over 1,200 residents at Clippers Quay in Salford. 550 Lo-Carbon Sentinel Kinetic Cooker Hoods, which combine a cooker hood with mechanical ventilation with heat recovery MVHR unit, and 64 Lo-Carbon Sentinel Advance MVHR units were selected.

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Published: 03/02/2020

Choosing the right bathroom fan is important and customers often rely on their electrician for some informed advice. Getting the correct airflow is critical and a variable speed fan, such as Vent-Axia’s Silent Fan, can be adjusted to the optimum level for your home while coping with longer duct runs. It also operates at 12 db (A) as opposed to the average of 35 db (A), so it certainly lives up to its name.

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Published: 29/01/2020

In winter households often come together in one room, gathered round the TV for example, so why heat the whole home? Portable convector heaters offer a neat solution that can heat a single room or a conservatory in winter.  Vent Axia’s Convector Heater features silent operation, three heat output, thermostatic control, a thermal cut out to prevent overheating and 24 hour timer control making it an excellent product for wholesalers to stock in response to the rising demand for sustainable electric heating.

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Published: 27/01/2020

At Vent Axia we know that a dream bathroom that looks great is the ultimate goal for homeowners, but efficient ventilation must not be overlooked otherwise the twin blights of condensation and mould will result. The answer is to choose a fan that is powerful enough to cope with your bathroom’s air change requirements and to locate it in an optimum position.

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Published: 16/01/2020

Vent-Axia has welcomed the publication of guidance on ‘Indoor Air Quality at Home’ from the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE). Following on from draft guidance published in July 2019, the document provides detailed information and advice on how to reduce exposure to indoor pollutants and so help protect health.

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Published: 13/01/2020

Social housing ventilation experts Vent-Axia are delighted to reveal that they have been named as a finalist at the prestigious EEM Building Communities Awards 2020.

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Published: 13/01/2020

Market-leading ventilation expert Vent-Axia has shown its design leadership in tackling the problems of poor indoor air quality (IAQ) in the home with three products being shortlisted in two categories each at the prestigious H&V News Awards.

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Published: 02/01/2020

Bathroom design that lasts 

When designing your customer’s dream bathroom the look and feel of the bathroom is essential. But, the dream can be short-lived if ventilation is overlooked. Steamy mirrors followed by condensation and mould is no one’s idea of bathroom bliss! So what should bathroom designers consider when specifying ventilation? Tom Wodcke from Vent-Axia explains more.

 

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