Introducing AVT’s new heat recovery units

Models from Air Vent Technology’s extensive range of heat recovery units are suited for installation into a wide range of residential/commercial premises – schools, hospitals, hotels etc – ensuring that buildings are properly ventilated and keeping heat loss during the winter months to a minimum. The new range of

Infinity® standard sizes with airflow up to 4.33 m3

low profile heat recovery units (HRPSL/EC) are available in 10 /sec. They combine low energy

with very high efficiency (and an EC motor). Internal models with side access are standard, but they can be manufactured with bottom access, or for a stacked arrangement, and for external installation. Continuous ventilation for occupied spaces

The BB101 compliant Ventive Windhive is a passive stack ventilation system with intelligence at its core. Combining passive ventilation, heat recovery and system intelligence, Windhive can provide continuous ventilation for occupied spaces, without the use of electricity. It adapts to real-time conditions to deliver an optimal balance of ventilation and comfortable

temperatures, whatever the weather. Windhive can recover up to 75 per cent of heat from the outgoing air, improving occupant comfort and reduces heating costs making it an ideal passive ventilation system for schools, commercial buildings and large domestic homes.

020 8560 1314 Helping manage send capital funding

Councils have been promised an additional £250m over the next two years to provide specialist support and tailored facilities specifically for children with complex needs, be it in mainstream or special schools. To help

council specifiers get it right, Closomat has produced a white paper. ‘Considerations & Specification of Assisted Accessible Toilet Facilities in Educational Buildings’ in one place covers the key elements of the revised Building Bulletin 104, and BS8300:2018. It enables specifiers to easily cross-reference their specifications and designs to ensure appropriate compliance on accessibility and special needs.

0161 969 1199 Update accommodates disabled students

New ‘best practice’ guidelines have been published that, for the first time, specifically address disabled student accommodation. Simultaneously, one of Britain’s leading providers of disabled toileting solutions, Closomat, is announcing new developments that enable providers to comply, stylishly,

with a unique package from specification, through fitting to future service and maintenance. The options help enable providers to meet the growing number of disabled students, which now represents almost 10 per cent of the student population in the UK!

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