Whilst the focus is on outdoor air quality, we mustn’t forget the air indoors too, says Alan King, Managing Director of Syntegra, in this article for Mitsubishi Electric.
Vortice has launched a new single room heat recovery unit which is quiet, efficient, energy saving and anti-allergic thanks to built-in filters.
Hern Yau, Ventilation Product Manager at Mitsubishi Electric, looks at how solving the issue of overheating, especially in summer months, needs to include the matter of air quality.
Vent-Axia has welcomed the Government’s Clean Air Strategy, launched on 14 January 2019, which highlights the importance of clean air in the home.
Vortice is striving for a greener tomorrow and is encouraging customers to get involved by gifting Christmas tree seeds this December.
Gilberts Blackpool has ensured a new state-of-the-art facility for a cadets’ shooting range has seen air quality balanced with airflow to avoid interference with ballistic trajectory.
Vent-Axia have reflected on how consumer awareness of the possible health impacts of poor indoor air quality (IAQ) is rising nationwide, so says a recent survey by BEAMA – My Health My Home.
In a piece by Vortice, the company says unless we take steps to ventilate our homes and workplaces correctly, the air we breathe can be fifty times more polluted than outdoor air.
Leading British ventilation manufacturer Vent-Axia is supporting Clean Air Day, taking place on Thursday 21 June.
The Property Care Association (PCA) has appointed building research academic, Dr Paula Lopez-Arce, to analyse the quality of air in homes nationwide.