Classrooms in England have come under the spotlight from the Department for Education (DfE) who are spending around £25m providing better ventilation for classrooms, including providing state schools with CO2 sensors. Research has suggested that poor light levels, the wrong temperatures, humidity, air pollution and CO2, can all impair learning. More importantly, studies have suggested that high rates of carbon dioxide are known to cause drowsiness, loss of concentration and headaches.
With many people now choosing to bring their own hair dryers into hotel rooms due to inferior products being offered, VORTICE has updated its longstanding Vort Dry hair dryer with some clever tweaks.
September 3rd 2021. Today sees the launch of new branding for VORTICE. The new logo is a strong visual symbol of change, reflecting the strategic process which has seen the Milanese company, founded in 1954 by Attilio Pagani, transform itself into a Multinational Group which has been able to evolve whilst preserving its origins.
74 apartments and 18 houses in Wolverhampton fitted out by GA Nicholas will benefit from excellent indoor air quality thanks to ventilation manufacturer VORTICE. Situated opposite the iconic Royal Hospital building on the former bus depot in Cleveland Road, the site is part funded by Homes England and will benefit from a range of continuous mechanical extract and heat recovery units.
The Spine, located in the heart of Knowledge Quarter Liverpool – a central hub for higher education and research in the city – includes the new northern home of the Royal College of Physicians (RCP). Designed by renowned architecture and building consultancy practice AHR, the building has been hailed as one of the healthiest workplaces in the world, thanks to the pioneering research in biophilia, health and wellbeing that has been drawn on for its creation.
Vortice has recently added to its long-standing and popular range, the Vort Leto MEV, with the introduction of a humidity controlled mechanical extract unit – Vort Leto MEV HCS.
Italian football club Udinese Calcio, currently in Serie A, has installed the DEPURO PRO range of air purifiers and sanitisers by their main sponsor VORTICE in its Statio Friuli stadium in Udine, North East Italy.
A contractor developer, targeting the high end property market in the area around the Yorkshire towns of Ripon and Harrogate, is utilising a renewables and underfloor heating package from sector specialist OMNIE to provide all of the space heating and hot water, as well as to maintain indoor air quality.
Johnstone’s Trade introduces new Air Pure – an innovative bio-based wall and ceiling paint that actually purifies indoor air, helping architects and designers respond to increasing calls for improved air quality in buildings.