Vent-Axia’s Lo-Carbon Svara competition winner blown away by TV prize

Leading British ventilation manufacturer, Vent-Axia, is delighted to announce that William Payneof N&W Services Catering Engineershas won its Lo-Carbon Svara competition. On 6th November the lucky winner was thrilled to receive his prize, a 49” curved Samsung Smart TV, which was presented to him by Stephen Totman, Product Marketing Manager at Vent-Axia. Mr Payne received his prize at CEF’s Colchester branch which was where he had bought his Svara fan and entered the competition.


he Lo-Carbon Svara competition ran over the summer, and to be in with a chance of winning, electricians had to

purchase a Lo-Carbon Svara from their chosen electrical wholesaler and see for themselves the advantages of this user- friendly fan. William Payne of N&W Services Catering

Engineers said: “I was really pleased to win the competition and receive my TV prize. I was also very pleased with my Svara, it is a great fan, which is easy to install with simple information to follow. The App is very good too and the fan is really quiet.”

“We’re delighted that one of our customers has

won the Vent-Axia Lo-Carbon Svara competition. At CEF Colchester we pride ourselves on offering the very best electrical products to our customers. The Lo-Carbon Svara is quiet and easy to install and has proved very popular with our customers since its launch.” added Simon Legg, Branch Manager at CEF’s Colchester branch. The 6 in 1 Lo-Carbon Svara ticks all the right

boxes for both electricians and households. The next generation, high quality unitary fan allows electricians to recommend the Svara to customers without fear of call backs or loss of reputation.

William Payne, N&W Services Catering Engineers

With a 5-year warranty backed up by easy installation and set up, the combination of quiet operation for a peaceful home, attractive design and low running costs to cut bills; this multi- function and multi-room fan is a popular choice. Combining condensation control to avoid mould with improved indoor air quality (IAQ) for a healthier home environment, households are sure to be happy. Add to this the ability to control the fan via a smartphone and any adjustments that are needed can be easily made by the homeowner, avoiding the need for the electrician to make a return call. Product News

New C.K Gloworm- lighting the way for

cable routing solutions Carl Kammerling (C.K), renowned for its innovative cable routing solutions, is expanding its range with the exciting new C.K Gloworm Cable Router (4m), perfectly designed for running cables around tight corners, through insulation filled walls, underneath flooring and across ceilings.

light, Gloworm provides an effective glow for up to 30 minutes. Short tight runs can often be tricky, even when using traditional cable


routing equipment such as rods and draw tapes, but the new C.K Gloworm retains a natural curvature for perfect routing around short tight bends. When the need arises, it can also be straightened out for any straight line runs. So, when other cable routers fail, reach for the C.K Gloworm, to help you wriggle out of a hole.

he Gloworm’s clever glow in the dark phosphorescent polymer construction aids routing in low light conditions and easier navigation towards exit points. When charged under natural

Graham Godfrey, Brand Manager at C.K comments: “Cable routing can

often be difficult, so we are delighted to introduce Gloworm, designed to aid complex cable routing. With the introduction of Gloworm, C.K now offers a collection of industry leading cable routing solutions.” January 2019 electrical wholesaler | 13

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