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28 AIR CONDITIONING & VENTILATION Studor has a million on its mind D


rainage ventilation expert Studor is on target to supply more than one million of its products worldwide this year.


Studor is the market leader for Air


Admittance Valves (AAVs) and other specialist drainage ventilation products. It supplies customers through its own ByStudor brand, as well as OsmaVent through Wavin Plastics, and the Pleura range through Terrain. “The other one million figure which caught


our eye is the Government’s target to build one million new homes by 2020,” says Studor’s UK Managing Director Stephen Taylor. “This should open up huge opportunities as our knowledge and expertise in drainage ventilation technology, acquired over 40 years, should make our products particularly relevant.” Founded in 1975, Studor’s development and


growth has been driven by its innovative approach to product and system development. The company has consistently focussed on ‘inventive technology’ and has numerous patented designs with patent protection in over 50 countries. Studor’s expertise in drainage ventilation is


supported by its close association with Heriot- Watt University research teams, which has led to new product developments.


Studor also has an active presence within the


international specifiers and construction communities and plays a part in many standards and building code committees. “We place huge emphasis on the technical


support and assistance we offer our customers to ensure we provide the right product for their drainage needs,” comments Taylor. “This support extends to providing free in-house technical advice on drainage system design.” Studor has numerous installations across six


continents, and its worldwide subsidiary and distributor network extends to more than 50 countries. Its products are found in some of the


most challenging buildings in the world such as the O2 Arena, Unite Stratford 1, Ford Field Stadium (Detroit, USA) and Ferrari World (Abu Dhabi, UAE). While the Studor name might not yet be well


known in the UK, its rich history and specialist knowledge makes it well placed to help architects, engineers, specifiers, plumbers, and end-users solve their drainage ventilation issues. For more information call, email or visit


the website.


0845 601 32 92 www.studor.net


Polypipe system announced as a Finalist


Polypipe Ventilation is pleased to announce its Silavent HRX-aQ Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery appliance has made it as a finalist in the prestigious H&V News Awards, in the Domestic Ventilation Product of the Year category.


The H&V News Awards, now in their 23rd year, are an annual celebration of excellence, forward thinking and the highest achievements across the building services industry. The awards cover the entire HVAC and building services supply chain. Polypipe Ventilation believes its Silavent HRX-aQ MVHR appliance cut through the competition because of its ability to intelligently manage air conditions, for maximum comfort.


03443 715523 www.polypipe.com/ventilation Nuaire Offers Better IAQ


Ventilation designer, Nuaire has introduced a new range of in-line carbon filters called IAQ-BOX, a step forward in both air filtration and resistance levels for carbon filter technology. Designed to complement Nuaire’s MVHR range, IAQ-BOX removes 99.5 per cent of nitrogen dioxide from the intake air, as verified by the BRE. It also removes other harmful pollutants produced by vehicle exhaust emissions and through industrial processes. IAQ-BOX filters have a two-year lifespan so maintenance is minimal. It offers optional PM10 and PM2.5 pre-filters that ensure up to 95 per cent of harmful particulate matter is removed. The range introduces an industry first in its double-width carbon filter – the IAQBOX-D. This option offers greater surface area which has a duel benefit. Even more NO2 is filtered from the air whilst the extra width helps lower the resistance for a quieter- running MVHR system and better flow-rates.


02920 858500 www.nuaire.co.uk/iaqbox WWW.HBDONLINE.CO.UK 119 MVHR Wall Units now with Bluebrain control


Following the launch of its ceiling/void mounted HRX-aQ Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) appliances with intelligent air management, Domus Ventilation, part of Polypipe, has introduced this same advanced ‘Bluebrain’ control to its wall mounted MVHR units. The new Domus


HRX-D and HRX-2D wall mounted MVHR units intelligently match ventilation rates to the internal environment and occupants’ requirements, for maximum homeowner comfort. This is achieved through advanced AMIE (Air Management for Indoor Environments) technology.


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