Ventilation manufacturer VORTICE adds to its long standing and popular Vort Leto MEV range. This is with the introduction of a humidity controlled mechanical extract unit – Vort Leto MEV HCS.
The unit has all the same great features and benefits of the other models in the range. It also comes with a humidity control function to boost the unit when the relative humidity is high. This ensures humidity, which causes mould growth and mildew, is kept at bay.
The Vort Leto MEV range keeps indoor air quality fresh by creating a constant air path through the home and continually extracting from kitchens, bathrooms and utility rooms.
It is easy to fit and maintain, coming with the ability to choose and set speed settings accurately on installation.
Jennifer Quinn, Marketing Manager, comments: “The general public are becoming more aware of the importance of good ventilation for human health.
“This continuous extract unit keeps humidity levels stable so that allergies caused by things like mites and mildew are restrained.”
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