Vortice has expanded its commercial fan offering in the UK, extending the flexibility that the company can offer to particular projects.
The collection includes extract fans incorporating constant pressure control, heat recover units with counter crossflow plate heat exchangers and thermal wheel.
Sales Manager Paul Gunner said: “Vortice has traditionally offered a select range of commercial products to the UK market, although the company has utilised a much broader offering throughout mainland Europe and Latin America. Over the last twelve months we have seen increased demand in the UK for more complex applications and have therefore extended the range we offer here.”
The expansion is a response to the increased customer demand across the UK.
In order to find the ideal solution, Vortice recommends that customers discuss their project directly with the technical department.
Burton on Trent,
Phone: 01283 492949
Fax: 01283 544121
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