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Xpelair solution to noisy bathroom fans

  • 24 May 2016

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Xpelair support Noise Action Week with Simply Silent domestic ventilation solutions that deliver near-silent running

‘Noise Action Week’ highlights the increasing awareness of impact that noise can have on our health and quality of life.

Noise Action Week (23 -28 May)

  • co-ordinated by Environmental Protection UK

Aims to highlight the impact that noise can have on our health and quality of life, including disturbance from alarms, DIY, people, pets and most notably household appliances.

Noise Attitude Survey

Independent study commissioned by Xpelair, a leading manufacturer in ventilation

  • 14.5 million UK adults are affected by having a noisy bathroom fan in their home
  • 4.5 million adults having been woken up or kept awake .
  • 48 per cent of people feel that home life is spoilt by noise
  • fifth are kept awake by sound disturbance at night

Lee Stones, Category Manager at Xpelair: “Our research highlights a very real problem for many homeowners but it also suggests people are just putting up with noisy fans – possibly because they don’t know any better. However highlighting the issue is just one part of the problem. We pride ourselves on listening and responding to customer needs and as our extensive research and development shows, high performance levels do not necessarily mean high noise levels.”

Xpelair launch Simply Silent

Xpelair launched the first fan in the Simply Silent™ family in 2014.

Simply Silent domestic ventilation solutions deliver near-silent running using Xpelair’s Ghost™ Air Movement Technology with

  • long-life silent running motors and precision engineered components to avoid all mechanical noise
  • advanced air flow management eliminates irregular air flow paths and turbulence

Additional benefits

So Simple Installation for quick, simple and hassle-free installation including quick-fit clamps allowing the fan to be secured simply to ceilings and panels for ease and rapid installation.

Simply Silent™ range now offers a portfolio of over 70 units including:

  • original Contour in both 100mm and 150mm variants
  • continuous running Contour CV for bathroom and kitchen applications
  • DX 100mm and 150mm with a classic grille-style fascia

Simply Silent Shower Fans also include the Shower Fan Complete and Illumi Shower Fan Complete – both designed to extract right at the point of humidity and come complete with flexible ducting and an external grille.

Link to The Xpelair Simply SilentTM Family

 
Redring Xpelair Group Ltd
Newcombe House
Newcombe Way
Orton Southgate
Peterborough
PE2 6SE
 
Tel 0844 372 7761

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