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ROOFING; VENTILATION 49 A breath of fresh air for Vortice


Vortice Limited has always been committed to educating its customers about the importance of ventilation and is now thrilled to get behind DEFRA’s new clean air strategy consultation. This new draft outlines very simply that ‘Air pollution is the top environmental risk to human health in


the UK, and the fourth greatest threat to public health after cancer’. The draft clearly shows the connection between suitable, correct ventilation and good indoor air quality which maintains the health and wellbeing of the occupants. Vortice offers a range of whole house solutions such as the compact Vort HR 200 BP heat recovery unit which has a 100 per cent fully filtered bypass meaning no outdoor pollutants can enter the home.


01283 492949 www.vortice.ltd.uk Energy efficient MVHR wall units launched


Domus Ventilation, part of the Polypipe group, has launched the HRXE range of high performance Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) units for small to medium size residential properties. MVHR systems combine supply and extract ventilation in one system. They efficiently recover the heat typically lost in waste, stale air and


use it to temper the fresh air drawn into the building via a heat exchanger. Building on its success in MVHR, Domus has developed the HRXE units to provide even greater efficiency through advanced heat exchange proficiency and low Specific Fan Power (SFP). There are four models in the HRXE range, all with a two year warranty.


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