Nuaire system retrofits for healthy homes

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Ventilation specialist Nuaire, has launched the Noxmaster wholehouse ventilation system for the retrofit market.

The Noxmaster combines a carbon filter with positive input ventilation (PIV). This combination removes up to 99.5% of nitrogen dioxide and other harmful pollutants generated by traffic emissions and industrial processes.

Until now, using carbon filters to scrub airborne pollutants from indoor air has only been used with mechanical ventilation systems which are ducted from each room in a new-build property. Retrofitting these systems into existing dwellings is both difficult and intrusive. However, Nuaire’s Noxmaster invention now means that any urban home with a loft can have a carbon filter ventilation system installed.

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