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Vent-Axia Named as Double Finalist in Electrical Wholesaler Awards


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Vent-Axia is delighted to announce that it has been nominated in two categories in the prestigious Electrical Wholesaler Awards 2021. The company’s COVID-19 Support Campaign has been shortlisted for the ‘Industry Initiative Award’ while the Vent-Axia Lo-Carbon Multivent MEV range is a ‘Best New Product’ contender.

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Vital Ventilation Protects Patients and Reduces ‘Fallow Time’ for Dentists’ Surgeries


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According to the British Dental Association over 14.5 million fewer dental treatments were carried out between the March 2020 lockdown and September 2020 in England compared to the same period in 2019.1 Due to the pandemic dentists are not able to see as many patients as they used to since due to COVID restrictions there needs to be a gap between patient treatments to minimise the risk of virus transmission. This is called ‘fallow time’ and has been said to be the biggest barrier to increasing dental appointment capacity.

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Vent-Axia Wins Domestic Ventilation Product of the Year at H&V News Awards


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Vent-Axia is celebrating winning the ‘Domestic Ventilation Product of the Year’ award at the prestigious H&V News Awards. Scooping the award for its pioneering Lo-Carbon PoziDry Compact Pro, which offers an ideal solution for combating condensation and mould in problem properties without a loft, Vent-Axia received the accolade at a virtual awards ceremony on 25th November 2020.

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Vent-Axia Welcomes Green Homes Compliance Scheme


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Vent-Axia has welcomed BEAMA’s Green Homes Compliance Scheme. Aimed at installers the scheme provides guidance on how to ensure adequate ventilation, when a building’s air tightness is improved through Green Homes Grant energy efficiency measures, such as insulation. The scheme is designed to help installers easily identify products through its Green Homes Compliance Scheme badge for accredited ventilation products.

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Vent-Axia’s ‘COVID-19 Support Campaign’ Shortlisted in HVR Awards


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Vent-Axia is delighted to announce it has been named as a finalist in the HVR Awards 2020 ‘HVAC Initiative of the Year’ category with its 'COVID-19 Support Campaign'. As the nation locked down, Vent-Axia moved swiftly to inform and support both new and existing customers to improve public health and help in the national response against COVID-19.

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Ventilation a Vital Step to Gyms Reopening in Government COVID-19 Guidance


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With the World Health Organisation (WHO) recently changing its stance and suggesting “the possibility of aerosol transmission”1 of COVID-19 in indoor crowded spaces, such as fitness classes, ventilation has further risen up the agenda as an essential means to   mitigate transmission of the virus inside.

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Ventilation Key Principle to Help Ensure Safety in Government COVID-19 Return to Work Strategy


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'Keep Indoor Places Well Ventilated' – This is one of the key principles cited in the UK Government’s COVID-19 return to work strategy1 published on 11 May 2020.

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Ventilation Plays Critical Role in Reducing Covid-19 Transmission


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Vent-Axia has welcomed the Government’s Covid-19 press briefing on 29 April 2020 which cited ventilation as being critical in the fight against the virus.

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Vent-Axia COVID-19 customer communication


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The significant challenge and dynamic situation posed by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is being carefully monitored by the Vent-Axia team and we are taking every precaution to protect the health and safety of our workforce.

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Royal Colleges’ Report Links Indoor Air Pollution to Childhood Health Problems


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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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