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HEATING, VENTILATION & SERVICES; INTERIORS


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VORTICE helps improve air quality


Situated opposite the iconic Royal Hospital building on the former bus depot in Cleveland Road, Wolverhampton, 74 apartments and 18 houses in fitted out by GA Nicholas will benefit from excellent indoor air quality thanks to ventilation manufacturer VORTICE. The units create


a constant air path by continuously extracting at a trickle rate from the wet rooms and boosting when needed. The range of heat recovery units go a stage further and not only extract, but temper the warmth from the air back into the living rooms and bedrooms.


01283 492949 www.vortice.ltd.uk Concrete and acoustics come together


By combining cement with wooden board, Hunter Douglas Architectural has created an architectural “best of both worlds”. Concrete Veneer is a new and innovative product that brings together a perforated core plate and a finely perforated 1.5 mm cement top layer. It


looks exactly like a conventional concrete product, but the perforated panels provide acoustic absorption to aw 0.50, NRC 0.65 and SAA 0.64. The nano-perforations are microscopic perforations at Ø 0.5 mm, which enable high acoustic performance without compromising the aesthetic quality. It is available in five different colours.


01604 648229 www.hunterdouglas.co.uk


ADF AUGUST 2021


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