App shows extract fans in context

Specifiers and tradespeople can see what an Envirovent extractor fan will look like in a kitchen or bathroom using a app released by the company. AugVent uses augmented reality to enable users to visualise what an extract fan or other ventilation system will look like in a building.

The app is available for Android iPhone. It brings the image to life in 3D with a 360° product view. The full suite of products on the app includes positive-input ventilation, heat-recovery systems, and kitchen and bathroom extractor fans.

Users can select from a number of different colours and models and also save an image of how the unit would look for future reference.

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