Vent-Axia is supporting Noise Action Week, taking place right now (21 – 26 May) for the sixth year in succession.
Co-ordinated by Environmental Protection UK, Noise Action Week sets out to raise awareness of the cost of noise to the health and wellbeing of communities and individuals, along with helping to tackle noise problems in neighbourhoods.
Vent-Axia also aims to help deal with household noise, through a focus on continuing improvement through its research and development to produce the quietest products on the market, including the Lo-Carbon Svara and the Silent Fan, which both have a Quiet Mark, awarded by the Noise Abatement Society.
This is a mark of approval given World-Wide to manufacturers of the quietest products on the market and validated by the UK’s Association of Noise Consultants.
Leading the way in silent fan design, Vent-Axia is dedicated to lowering sound levels in its products, in order to create a peaceful home environment.
Jenny Smith, Marketing Manager at Vent-Axia, said the company was ‘delighted’ to be supporting Noise Action Week yet again.
“Excessive noise causes many problems and is now proven to affect our health and wellbeing so this initiative is an important way of highlighting the benefits of noise reduction.
“At Vent-Axia we are committed to developing quiet ventilation solutions that meet our customers’ needs. We have a sound laboratory and use computational fluid dynamics to ensure we can provide the quietest ventilation on the market.”
The highly sophisticated Svara ensures quiet, disturbance free running with good indoor air quality and comfort; easy and flexible to install and maintain, it offers a range of features that avoid nuisance running.
The innovative Silent Fan is ideal for refurbishment projects and is the quietest intermittent fan available; a recent redesign now offers ‘visual’ silence as well as acoustic silence, with simple, clean lines and an attractive slimline fascia that looks like a bathroom tile, guaranteeing it is unobtrusive for households who can relax in comfort, free from noise-related stress.
Meanwhile, for the social housing sector, Vent-Axia’s Lo-Carbon Revive meets the specific needs of that sector, providing good indoor air quality and comfort for residents whilst being simple and speedy to install.
With resident satisfaction vital, Vent-Axia’s research and development department has developed Revive’s innovative Multi-Vortex™ technology, which has a high-pressure hybrid impellor that is powerful and efficient, yet quiet.
The fan operates discreetly providing continuous ventilation, removing moisture and stale air, leaving a comfortable home environment.
For the New Build sector, Vent-Axia’s Sentinel Kinetic Advance Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) offers exceptional efficiency, near silent operation, high pressure development and improved indoor air quality.
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