Reader wins Vent-Axia World Superbike Championship competition

Ventilation specialist Vent-Axia is pleased to announce that Simon Lamb of Targetfellow Estates Ltd is the lucky winner of its World Superbike Championship competition in the June issue of Modern Building Services. He wins two tickets to this year’s championship. As Vent-Axia’s special guest, Simon Lamb has the chance to meet Vent-Axia’s World Superbike VK Honda racing team and experience at first hand the awesome sight of the Vent-Axia Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade in action. Mr Lamb correctly answered that Vent-Axia’s new LinX ventilation range, available ex-stock nationwide, includes 19 models of bathroom fans. An extensive, high quality, value-for-money series to suit both commercial and residential ventilation uses, LinX comprises 19 bathroom and 11 kitchen fans, featuring 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, grilles 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 system.
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