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90 HEATING, VENTILATION & SERVICES


Programmable room thermostat


The ESi ESRTP5WIFI is its top of the range Programmable Room Thermostat providing seamless control at home or from a mobile phone or tablet. It is designed for time and temperature control of a heating system and comes with seven day, 5/2 or 24 hour programming options all in one unit with a factory-set programme which can be user


modified. Users can boost heating for up to six hours and choose between TPI and Delayed Start energy saving features. It’s just one of a family of advanced heating controls from ESi.


01280 816868 www.esicontrols.co.uk Vent-Axia helps create an oasis of calm


Vent-Axia’s Sentinel Kinetic High Flow Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) units have helped create a relaxing and comfortable environment at a new floatation centre in Battersea. Ideal for light commercial applications such as the Yue


Float Centre and larger homes, the energy efficient Sentinel Kinetic High Flow MVHR offers a whole building heat recovery system combining supply and extract ventilation in one unit. Efficiency, quiet operation and high performance were all key features required by the Yue Float Centre and the Sentinel Kinetic High Flow provides all three.


0844 856 0590 www.vent-axia.com Vortice launches commercial unit range


Vortice has expanded its commercial offering by launching a range of heat recovery and low consumption ventilation units. The new collection of fans are ideally suited to commercial and industrial applications such as schools, offices, care homes, student accommodation, car showrooms and gyms.


Vortice offers a range of counter flow and rotary heat recovery units with many different features such as a plug and play set up, whilst all offering a variety of control options such as temperature management to suit the required application.


01283 492949 www.vortice.ltd.uk Ekol Adept range


Dorset-based stove manufacturer makes its flagship Adept range available to order by architects and interior designers. Ecodesign 2022 compliant, designed and developed in Dorset for exceptionally clean-burning


of wood, or with bioethanol fuel option. With external air supply capability as standard, ideal for modern properties. CAD drawings of all models are available to aid architects and designers. The Adept range starts at under £1000 RRP and offers many design options and variations to engage consumers in the process of choosing their own bespoke stove. Visit the Saltfire Stoves website for more information.


www.defrastoves.com


Stelrad adds rads to range


Radiator manufacturer Stelrad has added a number of new radiator products to its already impressive range of designs and sizes. The company has added a significant number of new products to the Vita and Softline ranges – with additions to the Vita Deco and Plan range


and the Softline Deco, Plan and Column ranges. These include the Vita Deco Plan Concept and the Softline Deco Plan Concept which will from now on be available in anthracite grey from stock, following the success of the first coloured radiator produced for stock – the Vita Column Concept, launched earlier in the year.


0844 543 6200 www.stelrad.com Breathing buildings launches brochure


To help ensure the provision of healthy air in schools, Breathing Buildings has launched a new brochure titled ‘Ventilation for Schools’. The brochure showcases a range of Breathing Building products including R-Series, NVHR®


, S-Series,


F-Series and A-Series. The brochure provides specifiers and building services consultants with advice on ensuring compliance with school building regulations including BB101 and BB93.


It also showcases examples of other prestigious installations that have included the featured Breathing Buildings ventilation system.


01223 450060 www.breathingbuildings.com A stove for the future


This autumn Charnwood launches its All New ISLAND I. Designed and made in the UK, this classic twin door stove features clean lines, true symmetry and a large picture window while boasting an efficiency of 85 per cent and an extremely low smoke level of just 9mg/m3


(the new Eco Design limit is 40mg/m3 ). It incorporates brand new burning technology


that far exceeds the new Eco Design standards set for 2022 and meets Defra exemption limits; allowing wood to be burnt cleanly in smoke control areas. Charnwood All New ISLAND I RRP from £1794.


www.charnwood.com Useful guides and answers


Schiedel have a range of detailed Installation Instructions available to download as PDFs from their website: Schiedel.co.uk, as well as some Frequently Asked Questions. All the guides have comprehensive information


on approvals, as well as guides on chimney design prior to any installation and details on connecting flue pipes. The guides also show a number of typical installation scenarios for the range, as well as load bearing data and distance to combustibles. To visit the Frequently Asked Questions page and to download the guides, please head over to www.schiedel.com/uk/faqs/


info@schiedel.co.uk


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