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Ventilating in summer

Ventilating in summer

Posted on 20-7-2021 by Kamila Twarowska

The temperature outside is rising, it's summer! Warm weather is usually nice, so we spend a lot of time outside in the summer. What is less pleasant is the heat that sneaks into the house. The result is an uncomfortable and perhaps unhealthy indoor climate. During the day, we often keep the windows and doors closed or even turn off the mechanical ventilation in the house. This is not the way to fi...

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What is demand-controlled ventilation?

What is demand-controlled ventilation?

Posted on 22-6-2021 by Nienke Vinkenvleugel

Besides creating a healthy indoor climate, would you also like to save energy without any effort? In that case, you could opt for demand-controlled ventilation. Without having to look after the system, there will always be clean and healthy air in the residence....

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Mechanical Extract Ventilation

Mechanical Extract Ventilation

Posted on 20-5-2021 by Kamila Twarowska

A mechanical extract fan is actually a central extraction point in your home. The extraction valves are usually located in kitchen, bathroom and/or toilet. Fresh air is supplied through grilles and cracks. Find all the information about MEV units here at Ventilationland.co.uk....

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Tips on installing a residential fan

Posted on 11-5-2021 by Kamila Twarowska

In this blog we would like to give you some tips on installing a residential fan. These tips can also be applied to installing other fans. Read the 4 general tips for installing a fan in advance to make the right choice....

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Why do you need ventilation?

Why do you need ventilation?

Posted on 11-5-2021 by Kamila Twarowska

Many people underestimate the power of good ventilation in a home, while continuous ventilation of your home, office and business benefits your health. To improve the air quality, you can opt for natural ventilation via ventilation grilles and windows or mechanical ventilation via extractor fans....

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What is an axial fan?

What is an axial fan?

Posted on 11-5-2021 by Kamila Twarowska

An axial fan is a fan with a large capacity so that they can move large amounts of air. Because they have such a large capacity, they are suitable for the ventilation of large spaces, such as large factory halls and industrial workshops. The impeller of an axial extractor fan consists of large curved blades, with which large amounts of air can be transported....

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