(National Sales Manager Commercial, Rob Erwood, and Commercial Product Manager Caroline Radcliffe collect their award from event organiser Jay Stacy and guest speaker.)
Nuaire’s XBOXER XBC heat recovery range for Schools and Offices is now a multi-award winner, having secured its second high profile win for innovation at the Education Estates Awards 2014.
The two-day exhibition, conference, dinner and awards took place in Manchester on 11th and 12th November. Attracting guest speakers from leading consultancies, industry bodies and education establishments, the event was an opportunity for the sector to debate the best ways of creating learning environments that inspire and empower pupils and students, including providing the best possible indoor air quality.
With its long history of designing ventilation products specifically for schools and universities, Nuaire was keen to be part of Education Estates, and put forward its XBOXER XBC heat recovery range to compete in the Product Innovation category. The XBC Range answers the school building industry’s need for enhanced heat recovery ventilation that meets the latest changes in building regulation and stringent noise requirements and, crucially, reduces energy consumption for the end user.
Nuaire Product Manager, Caroline Radcliffe explained: “The XBOXER XBC is our market-leading commercial heat recovery range that is smaller, quieter, easier to install and more energy-efficient than anything available on the market.
“Since the start of 2014, the XBC range has won the coveted CIBSE ‘Energy-Saving Product of the Year, and been shortlisted for the National Business Awards Innovation category. We are absolutely delighted to end the year by winning the Education Estates Product Innovation Award 2014, in the company of many of the most influential building consultancies and sector influencers in the country.”