Latest ventilation innovations unveiled

One of the UK’s leading ventilation manufacturers EnviroVent showcased its extensive range of MVHR (Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery) units at the Self Build & Design show at the Peterborough Arena.

EnviroVent offers an extensive range of MVHR systems, including the energiSava 200 for small to medium size rooms, right through to the energiSava 400 for larger homes.

Rory Percival, Technical and R&D Manager at EnviroVent, said: “We are continually innovating within our range to ensure we are able to offer the latest technology to make our ventilation systems as innovative and aligned to the needs of modern home owners as possible.”

EnviroVent also showcased a range of ventilation units at the two day event in Peterborough, including solutions which are designed for both small and larger properties.

EnviroVent offers a range of Positive Input Ventilation (PIV), as well as Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) solutions to the new build and refurbishment sectors. Its award winning products are UK manufactured and can be installed by EnviroVent’s own dedicated team of nationwide installation engineers, who also provide after-sales support.

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