As one of UK Construction Week’s exhibitors, Airflow Developments presented its portfolio of energy efficient air movement and ventilation solutions to the audiences of HVAC 2015 and Grand Designs Live.
During HVAC 2015, Airflow exhibited a range of its commercial and industrial products; the Duplexvent Multi range, which comprises both rooftop and indoor units, was on display, giving the company the opportunity to explain how Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) can be used to provide ventilation solutions.
Airflow’s stand also featured EC industrial fans, which can be used for upgrading ventilation equipment within commercial premises. The fans offer compliance with the latest changes to the ErP regulations, as well as those which will be enforced next year.
Meanwhile, the company’s Commercial Specification Manager, Stephen Mulholland, discussed the latest developments in MVHR technology at the event’s CPD Hub
At Grand Designs Live, Airflow demonstrated its innovations for improving air quality in the home, including the iCONstant, an IPX5 rated Decentralised Mechanical Extract Ventilation (dMEV) fan which can be both wall and ceiling mounted.
The company’s QuietAir QT150, a low energy extraction solution with a slim profile, also gained significant recognition at the event.
In addition, Airflow sponsored Grand Theatre, where RIBA-approved CPD Seminars were hosted. In its own seminar, the company announced updates on UK Building Regulations related to home ventilation.
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