Vortice introduces three new ventilation products


Vortice has launched three new products for the energy-efficient ventilation of dwellings. Each has a unique selling point and has been designed with the installer and consumer in mind.

‘Vort Notus is a decentralised continuous axial extract fan that is particularly useful for refurbishments and social housing and is SAP Q eligible. A simple pin mechanism on the back enables the installer to set performance from 5 to 10 l/s with a 15 l/s boost. One single fan is for wall, ceiling and in-duct installations.

‘Vort Platt ES is a compact continuous extract fan to ventilate up to four rooms. It can be installed horizontally or vertically and is SAP Appendix Q eligible. It has a simple configuration selector that is designed for easy set up and very high efficiency.

Vort Penta ES (illustrated) is a central continuous-running extract fan for ventilating up to six rooms. It is an energy-saving DC low-consumption extract unit.

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