Domus Ventilation provides valuable advice at Specifi events

  • 31 Mar 2023

Domus Ventilation will once again be exhibiting at Specifi Mechanical Services events throughout the UK and Ireland in 2023. The focus will be on working with specifiers to identify effective ventilation solutions for their projects.

Unlike more traditional exhibitions, the Specifi events provide a more relaxed, informal forum for specifiers across the full construction spectrum to share information and best practice, and network with colleagues. 

For Russell Beardsworth, Domus Ventilation’s Specification Sales Manager who will be attending all the Specifi shows, this environment is an ideal match for Domus’ approach to specification.

“We take a different approach to specification, working closely with specifiers on the ventilation system as a whole, not just selling product.  We examine the project and recommend a ventilation system solution,” he comments.

“Ultimately, it’s about right product, right environment.  Specifi provides an excellent opportunity for us to foster relationships with existing clients and develop relationships with potential new ones, without a hard sell.”

Russell will be advising visitors to Specifi on the latest, cost-effective ventilation solutions available for residential and light commercial applications. 

He will highlight Domus Ventilation’s updated RIBA and CIBSE CPD accredited courses on residential ventilation, which are popular amongst specifiers.

Domus Ventilation takes a whole house approach to ventilation, with mechanical extract appliances, ducting and accessories designed and tested to work in harmony and achieve the highest possible efficiency. 


The company strives to deliver ever more efficient products and systems that cover a comprehensive range of ventilation solutions in the residential sector. This is reflected in the company’s most recent product launch, HRXE-ZEUS Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR)


HRXE-ZEUS has been introduced to meet ventilation requirements for large residential properties, which require a more powerful system to deliver the airflow required to meet Building Regulations Part F. 

HRXE-ZEUS joins Domus Ventilation’s existing range of MVHR systems, including HRXE-HERA which is suited to use in smaller properties of up to two/three bedrooms, and HRXE-AURA designed for homes of up to four/five bedrooms. 

All units are listed on the SAP Product Characteristics Database (PCDB) and come with a warranty of five years, with the first year covering parts and labour.

Other Domus Ventilation solutions led products that will be highlighted at Specifi, include the NOX-FILT filter which prevents up to 99.5% of NO² pollution from entering a home, and the award-winning non-combustible Solis Air Brick™ that enables compliance with the revised Building Regulations Fire Safety Approved Document B.

Domus Ventilation has a well-deserved reputation for quality, supported by excellent technical support, from a market leading manufacturer and designer.  It is well placed to offer immediate, practical solutions to Building Regulations Parts F & L.  

For the location and times of Specifi events, plus to register for free attendance, go to

For more information on Domus Ventilation, go to

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