IAQ-VALVE Twice Highly Commended in Industry Awards

IAQ-VALVE carbon filter supply valve removes harmful NOX from urban homes.

A unique carbon filtration air valve designed by Nuaire has earned two high commendations at the H&V News Awards 2018. 

IAQ-VALVE is a new and simplified method of preventing toxic fumes from vehicle emissions from entering urban homes. It combines a standard MVHR supply valve that is part of a ducted system with a powerful carbon filter, capable of removing up to 91% of NO2 and NOX.

Nuaire’s IAQ-VALVE carbon filter received the Highly Commended accolade in both the Air Movement Product of the Year, and Domestic Ventilation Product of the Year. Judges were impressed with the product’s ability to protect homeowners from harmful vehicle pollutants, and the unique combination of the supply valve with a carbon filtration – an industry first.

Illegal levels of nitrogen dioxide in many cities around the UK continue to make headline news, with the government in breach of safe levels set by the World Health Organisation. Increased road traffic now accounts for up to 65% of urban environmental pollution, which research suggests claims an estimated 40,000 lives each year in the UK. Annual mean levels of NO₂ near busy roads regularly breach legal levels, and as a result, people living in homes nearby are at risk of developing asthma, lung cancer, heart disease and dementia.

Carbon filters for new build homes and apartments have traditionally been designed in the form of in-line boxes. By combining a carbon filter cassette with a standard MVHR supply valve, Nuaire has simplified the installation and design process. With no requirement for an access hatch, specification and design are straightforward, and all the homeowner will see is a discrete, white ceiling valve.

Powerful filtration is combined – critically – with low resistance. The carbon media offers a low resistance to air volumes of up to 15l/s, so the optimum performance of the MVHR system is maintained.

Maintenance is straightforward. IAQ-VALVE has a simple ‘twist-and-clip’ bayonet fixture which enables quick release for easy maintenance that can be carried out by the homeowner without the need for tools. Nuaire recommends replacement of the cartridge every two years, offering a free-return recycling service to ensure the used media is disposed of correctly.

While the issue of air pollution is still far from being resolved in urban towns and cities, Nuaire remains confident that the IAQ-VALVE can protect homeowners from the life-threatening effects of dirty air. 

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'Game-Changing’ Carbon Filter Earns Double Award Nomination

HV news Award Nomination - Nuaire IAQ-VALVE

Nuaire’s passion for clean indoor air has been recognised by industry judges for the H&V News Awards 2018, with a double award nomination for the unique carbon filter supply valve, IAQ-VALVE.

New to the market this winter, IAQ-VALVE is the very first time a carbon filter has been added to a standard MVHR supply air valve, creating a solution to fighting incoming traffic pollution that is both easy to install and easy to maintain.

The new carbon filter technology has been shortlisted for Domestic Product of the Year and Air Movement Product of the Year, in the highly respected H&V News Awards. Residential Product Manager, Wendy Thomas said: “We are delighted to be nominated  in two categories. Indoor Air Quality is being taken more seriously with evidence from the World Health Organisation and leading health bodies like the Royal College of Physicians to show the loss of life and burden of disease linked to environmental air pollution.

IAQ-VALVE is a simple alternative to inline carbon filter systems that is easy to install and, crucially, easy for the facilities manager or occupant to change.  We are passionate about air filtration and it’s great to see that the heating and ventilation industry also see the benefit in developing this unique technology.”

Small but powerful, the carbon filter valve is capable of capturing up to 91% of NO₂ and other harmful pollutants, as verified by the BRE. The activated carbon media inside the cartridge is microporous so a spoonful equates to roughly the size of a football pitch.

IAQ-VALVE works as part of a complete system with Nuaire’s MVHR Eco range. The carbon pellets offer low resistance, up to 15l/sec, helping to maintain the correct system pressure.

With options to duct vertically and horizontally via a fixed plenum, installation is flexible and fast. Maintenance is simple with no access hatch required and tool-free replacement of the cartridge can be carried out by the homeowner.

The winners of the H&V News Awards will be revealed on 19th April 2018.

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TWIST, CLIP AND BREATHE WITH NUAIRE’S IAQ-VALVE

Nuaire IAQ-VALVE carbon filtration technology

Ventilation manufacturer, Nuaire has developed a new carbon filtration technology to simplify the way designers keep air pollution out of the home. 

Increased road traffic now accounts for up to 65% of urban environmental pollution, which research suggests claims an estimated 40,000 lives each year in the UK. Annual mean levels of NO₂ near busy roads regularly breach legal levels, and as a result, people living in homes nearby are at risk of developing asthma, lung cancer, heart disease and dementia.

Today, Nuaire has unveiled IAQ-VALVE, a unique style of filtration that combines a standard supply air valve with a carbon filter. This combination is designed to simplify the control of air pollutants entering the home by utilising a standard MVHR supply valve that is part of a ducted ventilation system. With no requirement for an access hatch, specification and design are straightforward, and all the homeowner will see is a discrete, white ceiling valve.

Small but powerful, the carbon filter valve is capable of capturing up to 91% of NO₂ and other harmful pollutants. The carbon media held inside a cartridge is microporous and has a much larger surface area than its external dimensions suggest. A spoonful of activated carbon equates to the surface of a football field. Through a process known as ‘adsorption’, the pollutants are attracted and held on the surface of the carbon, trapping them before they enter the home.

Improving indoor air quality is a driving factor in the design of new products. Business Development Director, Andy Mudie explains: “IAQ-VALVE represents a new type of life-saving technology that simplifies the design and installation of carbon filters. The virgin activated-carbon pellets remove a reassuringly high level of pollutants produced from vehicle fuel combustion, including harmful NOX, sulphur dioxide, ammonia and VOCS, all of which are known to damage the body and reduce life expectancy.

“Removal of pollutants is the most important aim of any carbon filter product, but that must be followed by factors that make specification, installation and maintenance easier. We have considered the end user, designer and contractor in the unique design of IAQ-VALVE”, Mr Mudie said.

IAQ-VALVE works as part of a complete system with Nuaire’s low-energy MVHR Eco range. Polluted air is passed through the G3 filters inside the MVHR system, where particulates, pollen and dust are removed. This air is then passed through the carbon filter valve on the supply-leg of the ducting.

Powerful filtration is combined – critically – with low resistance. The carbon media offers a low resistance to air volumes of up to 15l/s, so the optimum performance of the MVHR system is maintained. The valve is fully adjustable for commissioning purposes and is lockable once commissioned, so even when the cartridge is replaced, the valve returns to the locked, commissioned position for guaranteed system performance.

The installation of IAQ-VALVE takes into account the varying availability of void space in new build homes and apartments. For deeper ceiling voids, the valve can be ducted vertically using rigid duct with the valve added after the ceilings are plastered around the duct opening. For lower ceiling voids down to 180mm, it can be installed using a first-fix plenum making connection simple.

Maintenance is equally straightforward. IAQ-VALVE has a simple ‘twist-and-clip’ bayonet fixture which enables quick release for easy maintenance that can be carried out by the homeowner without the need for tools. Nuaire recommends replacement of the cartridge every two years, offering a free-return recycling service to ensure the used media is disposed of correctly.

Nuaire will launch the new IAQ-VALVE at an event in London on 30th November, with members of the press and clients from the leading consultancies in London and the South East.

While the issue of air pollution is still far from being resolved in urban towns and cities, Mr Mudie expressed his confidence in the IAQ-VALVE and its effectiveness in protecting homeowners from the life-threatening effects of dirty air. “IAQ-VALVE is a unique, practical solution to the problem. All elements of the design have been considered in exacting details, from the simple method of replacement to the low-resistance. It is impressive how something so small and discrete can make such a positive difference to the air quality in new homes.”

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FAN-tastic to Support Care Teens Through DIY SOS and Children in Need!

DIY SOS Big Build

Having been through the care system, Emma Lewis, chair of The Roots Foundation Wales, knows only too well the loneliness and difficulty that teenagers face when at 18 years of age they leave care to fend for themselves. Her desire to create a happy, safe space for children and teenagers in care led her to set up the Welsh charity, and with help from the DIY SOS team and Children in Need, Emma’s ambitious dream for a day centre with self-contained studio flats was realised.

Nuaire was privileged to support the epic Big Build project in Swansea with a donation of Cyfan extract fans, installed by Residential New Product Development Manager, Richard Jenkins. “We were delighted to step in and provide ventilation for the studio flats. The designs were really impressive and should provide a happy environment for teenagers leaving care. Our Cyfan extract fans will help keep moisture levels low, and even reduce strong cooking odours while they are improving their cooking skills!”, he said.

Our Cyfan centrifugal extract fans were installed in the apartment kitchens along with the communal kitchen. “Providing good indoor air quality will help protect the fabric of the new building, and keep condensation dampness at bay this winter”, explained Product Manager, Wendy Thomas. “We really are honoured to be involved in this special Children in Need and DIY SOS project. It was a very emotional story and we send out best wishes to Emma and her team for the fantastic work they carry out at Roots Foundation Wales.

 

 

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Nuaire’s Solution for Cleaner Indoor Air Starts With Drimaster-Eco

The trend to insulate our homes to make them more energy-efficient is directly linked to poor indoor air quality, and the problem is growing. The fabric-first approach to building new properties means that homes are warmer and cost less to heat, but without adequate ventilation they simply cannot breath. The stale air laden with moisture and indoor pollutants remains trapped inside the property, causing real damage to the building fabric and, worse still, to our health.

Ventilation manufacturer, Nuaire has pioneered many products designed to improve indoor air quality. Residential Product Manager, Wendy Thomas believes that educating homeowners and housebuilders about the danger of poor indoor air quality is the best way raise awareness. She explained: “Poor ventilation is a wide-scale problem. It is estimated that one in five UK households are poorly ventilated, leading to problems with streaming windows, mould growth and poor indoor air quality.”

Everyday activities like cooking on a gas stove, burning fuel on stoves and fires, using household cleaning and beauty products, and creating too much moisture, all create pollutants that remain trapped inside the home.

Over time and without adequate ventilation, these pollutants which include carbon dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, Radon gas, Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and formaldehyde, can contribute towards heart disease, asthma and even lung cancer. “Because we can’t see these pollutants, it’s easy to ignore the issue until health problems appear”, Mrs Thomas continued.

Countless studies have proven than whole-house ventilation is the best method of removing these pollutants and reducing moisture levels. Invented by Nuaire in 1972 and now installed in millions of UK homes, Positive Input Ventilation or PIV is trusted alternative to MVHR which meets building regulations and is the most cost-effective method of whole-house ventilation.

The PIV strategy works by providing a continuous supply of fresh, filtered air into the house through a fan mounted in the loft. The gently warmed input air enters the home through a ceiling diffuser, creating a positive pressure effect that reduces humidity levels and forces out air pollutants. The air is continually diluted, displaced and replaced to create a healthy indoor environment in which condensation cannot exist. PIV is also recommended as a measure to significantly reduce harmful Radon gas levels for homes in affected areas across the UK.

A New Direction for PIV

Nuaire has recently unveiled a new development in PIV technology. Drimaster-Eco offers increased energy and cost-savings to the homeowner whilst being quicker and easier to install.

Working closely with customers was crucial to development of the new range, explained Mrs Thomas. “Many developers still choose to use cheap extract fans which, when installed, may not extract the correct amount of air to prevent condensation and damp problems. Drimaster-Eco is the perfect solution. Not only does it meet the ventilation requirement within building regulations, but it is a whole-house ventilation system that saves energy whilst improving indoor air quality.”

The new Drimaster-Eco range offers increased energy-savings and user controllability through a host of clever features, but it is the ease and speed of installation that will most appeal to housebuilders, the manufacturer believes.

“Our Drimaster-Eco systems can be installed in under one hour by one tradesman, with no external core cutting, no duct runs and minimal disruption. Installing one of our low-energy systems negates the need for trickle vents and extract fans, saving time and money during the works programme. The new range is designed to simplify installation but at the same time to ensure that the most robust and effective ventilation system is in place”, said Mrs Thomas.

The new Drimaster-Eco range boasts four models which offer increasing degrees of performance and energy-efficiency to meet the exact needs of the homeowner.

A unique feature is the sleek, circular ceiling diffuser which houses the system controls. This allows complete control of the unit from the hallway without having to enter the loft.

Unlike other PIV systems on the market, the Drimaster-Eco range offers twice as much filter area so the filters are more effective for longer. Maintenance is minimal as the filters are changed every five years.

Both the Drimaser-Eco-Link and Heat models boast the new, enhanced hall-control with innovative remote control and sensor capabilities. A radio frequency receiver pairs the system with a range of optional remote and wired sensors and switches. The Relative Humidity and CO2 sensors enable the Drimaster-Eco to respond accordingly when moisture and CO2 levels reach a set level. The two and four-way switches allow the homeowner to turn the integral heater on and off as required, and to boost the system at times when added ventilation is needed. This simple functionality puts the homeowner in full control of their indoor environment. 

Mrs Thomas explained: “We are hugely excited to be the first PIV manufacturer to offer true demand-control through our sensors and controls. These unique features will allow the homeowner to tailor the operation of the Drimaster-Eco to suit their lifestyles and to save energy when the house is unoccupied.”

Another clever feature which sets the range apart from the competition is the unique location of the integral heater in the Drimaster-Eco-Heat model.  Sited between the flexible duct and the diffuser, this ‘pioneering design’ uses more of the heat created to temper the air rather than losing 3 to 4 degrees of heat through the duct as per standard PIV designs.

Nuaire anticipate that the Drimaster-Eco will surpass the huge popularity of is original and iconic Drimaster thanks to its use of new technology.  Mrs Thomas said: “Poor indoor air quality is never far from the headlines and improving it is the starting point in all of our new product developments. The Drimaster-Eco range solves the problems with minimal energy and cost, and we can foresee its new features, such as the wireless controls and sensors, marking an exciting change of direction for PIV.”

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Drimaster-Eco Cuts Condensation for DIY-SOS Family in Bristol

A family fighting to bring their brain-damaged son home from hospital have had their dreams realised as their damp, cramped home is transformed by DIY-SOS, proudly supported by Nuaire.

Ryan Pollard, 24, has spent the last five years in a neurological centre, 50 miles away from his family in south Bristol, after a brain illness left him partially paralysed and in need of 24-hour specialist care.

Leading ventilation manufacturer, Nuaire donated its market-leading positive input ventilation system, Drimaster-Eco to the BBC TV series, DIY SOS – The Big Build, to help create a condensation-free, healthy indoor environment to support  Ryan’s on-going care and rehabilitation.

Unable to return home because his cramped, three bedroom house was not suitable for his wheelchair and too damp for his assisted breathing needs, Ryan had been forced to stay in hospital with daily visits from his mother.

The house needed a full ground-floor extension with a physio space, bedroom and wet room, with wheelchair access to the family kitchen and living areas. Without these facilities, a return home was not possible for Ryan, but with the generous support of local tradesmen and products from national suppliers, including Nuaire, the Pollard family have been reunited.

The Pollard family’s terraced property was described by DIY SOS presenter, Nick Knowles as ‘worryingly damp’ and ‘mouldy’. The wrong insulation, double glazing and leaky plumbing were cited as the cause of the black mould growing on walls and behind furniture.  Nuaire’s Drimaster-Eco PIV system was installed to prevent the build-up of condensation and improve the air quality in the home; vital to Ryan’s health and wellbeing.

Nuaire’s Residential Product Manager, Wendy Thomas explained: “Ryan and his family have been kept apart because their house was unfit for purpose. The work done by the DIY-SOS team was staggering and we are so pleased to have played a part in helping the Pollard family.

“The Drimaster-Eco system will allow them to breathe easily. It is designed as a fit-and-forget ventilation solution, only requiring a filter change every five years to maintain good indoor air quality. It’s the perfect solution for a family that have more important things to worry about, like helping Ryan to fulfil his goal of one-day walking again. It really is our absolute pleasure to contribute in a small way to such a life-changing scheme.”

 

 

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Fight Air Pollution with Nuaire's Ultra-Efficient Carbon Filter - IAQBOX

Air pollution now claims around 40,000 deaths each year. IAQBOX is a range of in-line carbon filters that remove up to 99.5% of nitrogen dioxide and other harmful pollutants from the air. 
 
Learn how Nuaire's IAQBOX Carbon Filter is leading the charge against air pollution in our video. 
 
 

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Nuaire Unveils The Next Step In Carbon Filtration

As many as 40,000 deaths each year are being caused by exposure to air pollution, and rising Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) and Particular Matter (PM10 and PM2.5) from traffic fumes are the major culprit.

Nuaire unveils a new range of carbon filters to help protect homeowners from rising air pollution levels in our traffic-congested towns and cities. The IAQBOX takes air purification to the next level, offering the highest levels of filtration and the lowest resistance of any system on the market. And while the range sets a new benchmark, it offers competitive pricing.

IAQBOX removes 99.5% of NO2 from the air, as verified by the BRE, making it the most effective system available. IAQBOX also removes chemicals produced through industrial processes and burning fossil fuels, as well as filtering out strong odours.

Nuaire’s carbon filter range has optional PM10 and PM2.5 pre-filters that ensure up to 95% of harmful particulate matter is removed from the intake air, with the G4 filters inside Nuaire’s MVHR system acting as a third barrier to airborne particles. This pre-filtering technology not only safeguards the health of the homeowner, but prevents build-up of harmful materials inside the MVHR system so it operates more effectively for longer.

Uniquely, the carbon ‘media’ is held in one block rather than a row of individual filters, which makes removal and replacement quicker and easier. Nuaire can guarantee a four-year lifespan for its filters, so maintenance is minimal.

With marked improvements in current levels of resistance and unique features, Nuaire aims to make this life-saving technology easier to specify. IAQBOX is available in two sizes for greater flexibility.

IAQBOX-D Double is an industry first. With a greater surface area to remove even more NO2, its double-width size reduces overall air resistance to the lowest levels of any carbon filter on the market. With resistance dramatically lowered, the fan can run at a lower speed which makes it quieter.

IAQBOX Double features a spigot configuration of ‘one-in, two-out’ that not only helps reduce pressure drop, but also acts as a plenum, cutting out an additional duct connection. In the same way, it acts as an attenuator, reducing in-duct noise.

The standard IAQBOX-S Single unit is both smaller and lighter for smaller homes. IAQBOX is mounted in the ceiling void. It measures just 170mm in depth, meaning a saving in valuable void space for apartments.

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Importance of Indoor Air Quality in Energy-Efficient Homes

When it comes to evidence of how indoor air pollutants can affect our health, we’re certainly not short of compelling research. The report by the Royal College of Physicians, published in February 2016, highlighted to risks posed by poor indoor air quality, and put the NHS at the forefront of the debate on IAQ. This report, coupled with research from NICE and the World Health Organisation on the sources and effects of indoor air pollutants, gives weight to the arguments put forward by the ventilation industry that IAQ must become a greater focus by the government and within Building Regulations and for the Government.

A further report by Professor Awbi: ‘The Future of Indoor Air Quality in UK Homes and its Impact on Health’, argues that building regulations aren’t taking into account the impact of improved air-tightness and increased energy-efficiency on indoor air quality and people’s health.

Prof. Awbi recommends that there should be a legal requirement for new homes, and guidance for retrofitted homes, to have an air exchange rate of at least 0.5/hour to protect our health. Continuous mechanical ventilation is, he says, the most effective way of hitting these rates whilst saving energy. So for new build homes, MVHR is the key.

But what about the millions of existing homes across the UK, especially those in areas of high air pollution? What retrofit ventilation products will help? We see Positive Input Ventilation, a technology invented by Nuaire in the 1970s, as the more effective retrofit solution.

Nuaire’s Solutions For Improving IAQ

The ‘Fabric First’ approach to building new homes helps to achieve sustainability, high thermal performance and cost-efficiency without the need for solar technologies. These air-tight construction methods can result in poor indoor air quality as condensation and indoor pollutants remain trapped inside the home.

Adequate ventilation is key to the ‘fabric first’ approach. MVHR is still the most effective ventilation strategy for homes built with high thermal values and high air-tightness.  Our range of low-energy systems include models that are designed to fit around the size and use of the new build property. From low-profile systems designed to fit into apartments shallow ceiling voids, up to our largest units for properties with up to six wet rooms.

By running continuously, an MVHR system will extract stale air which has been contaminated by indoor pollutants whilst filtering out pollen, pollutants and dust particles from the incoming air, thus ensuring good indoor air quality.

Changes to Building Regulations Part L, which focus on conservation of fuel and power, have put an even greater focus on cutting carbon usage through improving the fabric energy-efficiency of new build homes. This is good news for the environment and for homeowners who will benefit from the 6% improvement on carbon reduction from the 2010 regulations; however, the regulatory changes don’t include advice on ensuring good indoor air quality. In an age where many homeowners filter their tap water through fear of drinking chemicals, many are unaware of the chemicals and pollutants they breathe in on a daily basis in stale air that is trapped inside the home.

At Nuaire, we are going a step further with the launch of our new Q-Aire Carbon Filter. It is specifically designed for homes in urban areas and it supports the MVHR system by ensuring the air is properly filtered before it enters the property. This measure protects the homeowner from damaging air pollutants such as carbon dioxide and nitrogen dioxide.

The Carbon Filter is suitable for specification and allows contractors to meet planning obligations when building homes and apartments in areas with high air pollution. We’ve designed it to be easy to install but also easy for the homeowner to maintain, because, as we know, effective maintenance is the only way to ensure the MVHR system does its job properly.  The filters are built with innovative Colourcell ™ technology, which provides a visual indicator of when the filters need to be changed: a simple change of colour. 

What Can Go Wrong If the Wrong System Is Specified?

Planning and installation are the key to an effectively operating MVHR system. Manufacturers like Nuaire offer a great deal of advice and support to consultants at the planning stage, to ensure that the right system is specified. However, a recent trend in apartment building is for MVHR systems to be selected based on the size of the cupboard or wall space, not on the requirements of the apartment. Added to this, the MVHR systems are then run at top speeds to tackle the common problem of over-heating, problematic in areas of high air or noise pollution where openable windows are ruled out by planning restrictions. A unit that is too small to ventilate the size of property, also run at maximum speeds to tackle over-heating, will no-doubt be noisy.

Nuaire has designed a solution to this problem with its Q-Aire 1Z, a unique all-in-one acoustic enclosure that removes breakout noise and vibration. This solution allows contractors to meet the strict noise requirements set out by CIBSE guidelines.

Positive Input Ventilation – Drimaster-Eco Range

As well as being able to provide more traditional mechanical ventilation solutions, Nuaire is able to offer an alternative and equally robust approach when heat recovery is not required. Our alternative approach is a strategy called is Positive Input Ventilation (PIV) which was invented by Nuaire back in the 1970s. It’s now installed in over 1 million UK homes as a low-energy, low cost solution to combat condensation and indoor pollutants, and it’s suitability to new build ventilation is now being recognised.

This strategy works by providing a continuous supply of fresh, filtered air into the house through a fan mounted in the loft. The gently warmed input air enters the home through a ceiling diffuser, creating a positive pressure effect that reduces humidity levels and forces out air pollutants, improving indoor air quality and helping to minimise the entry of harmful Radon gas.

PIV will work without the need for any trickle ventilators down to an air permeability of 3m3h/m2 ensuring an additional saving for the homeowner.

The Drimaster-Eco range includes three models. A unique feature is the sleek, circular ceiling diffuser which houses the system controls, allowing adjustments and commissioning to be carried out from the hallway without having to enter the loft.

Added controllability comes from the remote sensors and controls that instruct the PIV system to respond accordingly to changing humidity and CO2 levels. This controllability improves indoor air quality and helps save energy. Nuaire is excited to be the first manufacturer to full demand-control through these energy-saving controls and sensors. This development marks an exciting change of direction for PIV.

Unlike other PIV systems on the market, the Drimaster-Eco range offers twice as much filter area so the filters are more effective for longer. Small and light, the new unit offers an extended duct length to overcome installation restrictions, and can be hung at the right height to maximise heat gains within the loft space.

The Drimaster-Eco-Heat features an integral heater which is sited uniquely between the flexible duct and the diffuser. The unique heater position offers the same performance whilst using up to 20% less energy than the competition. This means lower running and life cycle costs.

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Get First Hand Ventilation Advice at the Southern Home Show London

Self-builders and home improvement enthusiasts can get first-hand advice on the best ventilation strategy for their properties at the forthcoming Southern Home Show in London from 31st January to 2nd February 2014.

Nuaire’s dedicated Self Build Team will be showcasing a full range of products, including Mechanical Heat Recovery (MVHR), Positive Input Ventilation (PIV) and the new Ductmaster thermal ducting range.  As well as product demos, self-builders can find out about the best methods of meeting building regulations and ensuring their ventilation strategy is effective and efficient.

Nuaire Design Estimator Llyr Davies explained: “The Southern Home Show London will be a great opportunity for home owners to get personalised tips directly from the experts. Visitors to the show can come and discuss their ventilation scheme with us, gain understanding on how the different systems work, see the design service that we can provide and ultimately get a free of charge, fully specified quote for their projects.”

Come and speak to Llyr and his team on stand number D19. For further details of Nuaire’s self-build and retrofit ventilation products you can download our Self Build Brochure or you can visit our website.

For information on the Southern Homeshow London, visit www.southernhomeshow.co.uk

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