After working with the Vortice technical team to ensure the most efficient ventilation system for its latest development, Mulberry Grove in Little Aston, Walton Homes decided that the best way to ensure great indoor air quality at Mulberry Grove was with the Vort Quadro.
Quadro has a range of centrifuge extractor fans for the ventilation of medium or large room including bathrooms, showers, toilets, utilities and kitchens.
Wlaton Homes can ensure that the correct fan is chosen after designing the ventilation system early on in the development process. In order to ensure the best possible energy efficiency and performance, ducting can be accommodated within the void space. The Vort Quadro has 13 models to choose from, with inbuilt and surface mounted installations possible.
According to Ken Johnson, Vortice Specification Manager Ken Johnson, the Quadro is discreet, energy efficient and guarantees a low environmental impact.
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