There are four main types of control that you can get with your intermittent fan. Each type offers its own range of benefits to the user and is designed to meet different user needs.
By Kira Jopp on Wed 12 August 2020
A flue dilution fan enables companies to disperse emissions created during the combustion process at low levels and comply with regulations.
By Kira Jopp on Thu 02 July 2020
There are three main types of ducting used within domestic ventilation systems: rigid ducting, semi-rigid ducting and flexible ducting.
By Kira Jopp on Wed 13 May 2020
We would like to reassure customers during the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in the UK. We want to let you know Airflow's current position.
By Lucy Holland on Thu 23 April 2020
The Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018 requires landlords and property owners to ensure their dwellings are fit for purpose and human habitation.
By Kira Jopp on Mon 02 March 2020
If your system isn’t installed correctly, the indoor air pollutants build-up over time. The effect of these pollutants building-up is they negatively impact your health and wellbeing.
By Kira Jopp on Wed 01 January 2020
It’s a daunting task when choosing an extractor fan to meet your needs. With so much choice available, it can become overwhelming trying to find the right fan.
By Kira Jopp on Thu 12 December 2019
A sign of a good ventilation system is that it’s unnoticeable. A perfectly designed ventilation system is quiet, energy efficient and provides the property and its occupants healthy, fresh air.
By Kira Jopp on Tue 10 December 2019
Building Regulations Approved Document F: Ventilation (2010 Edition), stipulates the provision of adequate mechanical ventilation rates in non-habitable rooms such as toilets, bathrooms, kitchens etc.
By Kira Jopp on Sat 25 May 2019
Many manufacturers claim that their fan can do certain things. However, when the fan is installed, these claims may not be possible.
By Kira Jopp on Thu 23 May 2019