Published: 07/10/2009

The penultimate round of the Hannspree World Superbike Championship at Magny-Cours in France saw a weekend of frustration yield just a single point for the Kawasaki Superbike Racing Team duo of Broc Parkes and Sheridan Morais today.

Published: 21/09/2009

The new Lo-Carbon™ Centra extract fan from Vent-Axia is a discreet, near silent dMEV solution with the lowest specific fan power on SAP Appendix Q for new build developers. Complying with Building Regulations Part F for continuous mechanical extract ventilation (System 3), Centra is capable of achieving up to 80% energy savings and a 62kg carbon reduction.

Published: 07/09/2009

Round eleven of the Hannspree World Superbike Championship proved to be one to forget for the Kawasaki Superbike Racing Team as they came away from the Nurburgring in Germany with just three points after a difficult weekend.

With Japanese rider Makoto Tamada returning after injury, and Australian Broc Parkes buoyed after a superb performance at the Brands Hatch BSB round where the team was guesting last month, the Paul Bird Motorsport Team was hoping to continue where they left off but it wasn't to be.

Published: 25/08/2009

Paul Bird Motorsport rider Broc Parkes made the most of his guest appearance ride in round eight of the MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship at Brands Hatch this weekend by recording a hat trick of runner-up placings aboard the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R.

Published: 25/08/2009

With less than a week to go before their guest appearance in the MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship, former double British Superbike Champions and current World Superbike Championship team, Paul Bird Motorsport, will have both a new sponsor as well as a replacement rider at the meeting at Brands Hatch on August 7/8/9th.

Published: 04/08/2009

FARNBOROUGH 6TH FORM COLLEGE DEMANDS “SENTINEL” FRESH AIR FROM VENT-AXIA

Vent-Axia is helping Farnborough 6th Form College meet optimum classroom ventilation standards and save energy with its state-of-the-art Sentinel Totus D-ERV (Demand Energy Recovery Ventilation) system.

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Published: 04/08/2009

VENT-AXIA UNVEILS SENTINEL KINETIC

Cementing its position at the forefront of innovation in low carbon ventilation, Vent-Axia has launched its latest product development for the residential market - the Sentinel Kinetic mechanical ventilation with heat recovery (MVHR) system. Part of the Vent-Axia Lo Carbon™ initiative, the Sentinel Kinetic is designed to be a SAP Appendix Q listed ventilation solution capable of 90% heat recovery, so helping to reduce the DER of new build properties.

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Published: 04/08/2009

MIXED FORTUNES FOR PARKES AND TAMADA AT BRNO · 26.07.2009

After a month's break, the PBM Kawasaki World Superbike Championship Team were back in action at Brno in the Czech Republic, hoping for a return to their early season form but they were to suffer mixed fortunes in round ten of the Hannspree World Superbike Championship this weekend.

Published: 03/08/2009

VENT-AXIA’S MVHR TECHNOLOGY USED IN BRE LIGHTHOUSE RESEARCH

Vent-Axia’s energy efficient whole house, heat recovery system has formed part of the research on ventilation for a new BRE Information Paper for housebuilders, on delivering dwellings that comply with the Code for Sustainable Homes.

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Published: 03/08/2009

VENT-AXIA WELCOMES CHANGES TO BUILDING REGULATIONS

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