Vortice has announced the launch of a new range of heat recovery and low consumption ventilation units as part of the expansion of its commercial offering.
Vortice offers a range of counterflow and rotary heat recovery units with many different features such as a plug and play set up, whilst all offering a variety of control options such as temperature management to suit the required application.
The new collection offers a range of solutions ideal for commercial and industrial applications, including low consumption ventilation units which are ideal where space is limited and the application requires acoustic properties and low power consumption.
Specifiers of commercial projects can supply Vortice with required room sizes and flow rates, pressures and unit specifications and the technical team will not only identify the correct product type and size but also offer a bespoke technical sheet which includes performance, energy and measurement characteristics.
National Sales Manager Paul Gunner comments on the launch: “We are very pleased to have added to our already extensive commercial ventilation range. These new models offer an extraordinary selection so that specifiers have a wide breadth of heat recovery units and ventilation fans to choose from for commercial applications. With the software we have we are also able to offer our clients very professional and detailed product selection.”
All of the commercial range of ventilation fans, together with specification details are available to view on the Vortice website.
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