Nathan Barlow has joined the Technical Team at VORTICE as Technical Manager, working with architects, specifiers and contractors on technical ventilation specifications.
VORTICE has worked with Peterborough-based VentfiltersRus to successfully install the VORTICE Invisible Mini heat recovery system in retirement living apartments.
VORTICE has always prided itself on being renowned as the ‘air experts’ and is passionate about wanting to offer its customers the best service and after care package.
VORTICE has recently worked with Quartz Electrical and Mechanical Services to install an impressive heat recovery air handling unit at Middlesbrough College.
The selection of heat recovery units available from VORTICE offer a variety of great features and benefits, suitable for many domestic and commercial applications.
VORTICE has supplied heat recovery units for 45 new affordable homes in the Heckington and Sleaford area. The design specification for the homes meant the unit needed to be installed under the stairs. Therefore, due to its compact dimensions, the Vort HR200 BP unit was an ideal choice.
Maximum configuration flexibility, high energy efficiency, easy and quick handling during transport and installation. These are just some of the features of the CTAE air handling unit from VORTICE.
Owners of a luxury Surrey residential property are already seeing the vast benefits of installing the new VORTICE LINEO QUIET ES extractor fan in their en-suite.
Due to the popularity of the LINEO in-line fan, VORTICE is expanding the range by 43 new models including quiet and energy saving versions.
Paul Willey from Rose Builders worked alongside VORTICE to support Lawford Green Nursery in providing a ventilation solution for its classrooms.