Your chance to experience World Superbike racing with Vent-Axia

Vent-Axia’s VK Honda racing team is participating in the World Superbike championship this year, and readers of Modern Building Services have the opportunity to experience first hand the awesome sight of the VK Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade in action. Information on how to enter is at the end of this story. Moving up from British Superbike for the first time, the team, led by rider Gregorio Lavilla, has already proved its reliability, quality and competitive instinct. It is knocking on the door of the championship top 10 and giving former champions, the likes of Bayliss and Corser, a run for their money. It is this same commitment to deliver reliable, high-quality, competitive products at the right price that underlines the launch of Vent-Axia’s new LinX range. This extensive, value-for-money series to suit both commercial and residential ventilation uses includes 19 bathroom and 11 kitchen fans. There are in-line models for ducted applications, as well as two hand dryers — covering all bases for typical applications. For quick and easy installation, a selection of flexible and rigid ducting, grille and switching and control systems is on offer — alongside a wide range of accessories. Plus, with LinX Master Vent, contractors benefit from a simple-to-install whole-house MEV systems. For your chance to win two tickets to the World Superbike round as Vent-Axia’s special guests and meet the World Superbike team at either Brands Hatch on 3 August or Donington on 7 September, just answer the following simple question. The new LinX ventilation range, available ex-stock nationwide, includes how many models of bathroom fans? (a) 9(b) 19(c) 190 e-mail your answer to Not only will your tickets allow you to take in all the race action, but you will also have exclusive access to the pit lane and the Vent-Axia team enclosure.

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