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Everyone of us exhales 10 to 75litres of Co2 per hour and up to 175 grams of water per hour. A family of four produces 10-15 litres of water vapour a day through breathing washing, showering and cooking.
The ability of air to absorb this vapour is dependent on temperature: the warmer the air, the more it can absorb. Extract ventilation can remove water vapour at source. And insulation eliminates cold surfaces on which condensation can form resulting in mould growth.
Traditionally homes wer... [more]
Xpelair has announced the launch of its new industrial range targeted at its existing blue-chip client base, UK refurbishment and new build and key overseas markets.
The new range includes Xpress high pressure inline fans, Airblade laminar flow entrance air screens and the option of variable speed drives on Xpelair ModulAir air handling units.
Commenting on the launch Don Spearman - Director of Strategic Development said. “The last 12 months has seen a number of new building regulations an... [more]
Xpelair has introduced 33 new product ranges in response to the recent revisions to Parts L and F of the Building Regulations and the European Performance of Building Directive (EPBD). The new legislation has created a surge of interest in energy saving ventilation solutions and Xpelair has geared its new product development accordingly.
Fans with the correct installed performance, backdraft shutters and smart sensors are all ways in which carbon emissions can be controlled whilst still deliv... [more]
The UK’s homes are the largest single source of CO˛ pollution, and with four million new houses planned for development over the next 20 years, lowering energy consumption by 20% over a 10 year period is now a government initiative.
The Xvent is a central extract system for multi-point extraction applications, and an alternative to heat recovery ventilation.
Xvent is suited to high density buildings such as apartment blocks and commercial premises where, commonly, there is only one extern... [more]
Xpelair's new ScreenHeat external door hot air unit welcomes visitors into commercial premises. The ScreenHeat range of fan powered doorway heaters create a hot air curtain at the building entrance as well as reducing cold draughts.
Suitable for a range of doorway applications within shops, hotels, offices and warehouses, ScreenHeat is available with a choice of heat outputs: the ScreenHeat 3 models dispense heat ranging from 1.5kW through to 3kW whilst the ScreenHeat 4.5 units deliver heat b... [more]
With slender grilles and wall hugging properties, Slimline is probably among the least obtrusive fan range available today. So discreet is Slimline that the Guildhall in the Royal Borough of Kingston recently fitted the units in the toilet and kitchen areas of this 1935 listed building.
Commenting, a company spokesperson said, “We had to strike a balance between the ventilation needs of the site, and the restrictions of working within listed building status. As a busy building housing the ... [more]