Vortice Limited has announced the introduction of the new Vort Platt HCS, compact centralised mechanical ventilation unit, into its range.
The launch of Vort Platt HCS is aimed at maintaining good indoor air quality, especially in student accommodation.
Suitable for a kitchen and two additional wet rooms, this ERP compliant unit is of slimline profile, fitting easily into many void spaces and is self-balancing, therefore installation will be quicker and easier.
Plus, the unit has adjustable humidity sensors which will boost when the relative humidity in the room exceeds a certain level, maintaining a comfortable and healthy internal environment for occupants.
Vortice Sales Manager, Paul Gunner, comments: “We are excited to add the Vort Platt HCS to the existing range of centralised units we offer. This unit will be a big success not only in the commercial but the residential sector also.”
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