Belfast’s Axiom building has recently updated its washroom and shower areas, specifying Vortice Twin Fans to provide ventilation across the five floors.
The Vort TF acoustic twin cabinet range of fans was deemed ideal for the Axiom building, where quiet, but efficient ventilation, was required.
In addition to their high performance, Vortice’s new 250 diameter silent twin fans were chosen for their sleek and unobtrusive Italian design. The installation was carried out by Crystal Air.
The range of fans is IPX2 rated, and available in four different models, which can be selected according to the specific fan power required.
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Phone: 01283 492949
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