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The Hot Topic
With an increased focus on reducing heat loss and an emphasis on making our buildings as airtight as possible, UK homes are now dangerously at risk of overheating in the summer. Here, our Product Marketing Executive, Robert Dennis, looks at how to negate overheating, protect against indoor air pollutants and contribute to building performance by using efficient, effective ventilation solutions.
Commercial Ventilation – Making an Informed Choice
The importance of good indoor air quality is gaining greater recognition within commercial environments. This is a positive step and here, John Kelly our Marketing Manager looks at the factors that need to be considered when making an informed decision about ventilation options.

Featured Products/Services

Get complete control of your home ventilation

Adroit, the future of home ventilation with heat recovery launches at Grand Designs Live 2016. The Adroit's smart technology empowers you to have total control of your home ventilation. Adjust your ventilation on the go, wherever you be with your smartphone, tablet or PC.

With a standard of air filtration and heat recovery not found in competitor products, the Adroit provides you with the air quality you and your family deserve.

January 2016 saw the introduction of the latest tranche of the Energy Related Products Directive.


Residential ventilation products (over 30 watts) will have their technical/test information listed in the new universal datasheet format known as a (FICHE) which is being progressively uploaded in each product section. An energy label will also be provided with each residential product. Airflow residential products comply with the latest Eco Directive regulations.

Products below 30 watts remain out of scope of the new directive regarding energy labeling but will be provided with a Fiche

Airflow - Quality products with performance you can trust.

BIM Level Two

From 4th April 2016 all Government departments have to issue and work to BIM level two when specifying their new building and construction projects.

Building information modelling (BIM) is the process of creating and managing objects and data in a physical digital format that can be manipulated for 3d viewing and secure file sharing.

Many of Airflow's range of Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) products are available in a BIM download file. Visit our BIM library for further information.