Vortice Helps Improve Air Quality at Cleveland Road Site in Wolverhampton

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.

Project Development Manager Ken Johnson said ‘We are delighted to be working alongside GA Nicholas on this site in Wolverhampton. We have specified our compact Vort HR 200 BP heat recovery units and the Vort Leto MEV continuous extract unit. Good clean air is paramount especially in today’s world which is why not only did we specify continuous ventilation, but we also specified NOX filters to further filter polluted air entering the property through the system.’

The units create a constant air path by continuously extracting at a trickle rate from the wet rooms and boosting when needed. The range of heat recovery units go a stage further and not only extract, but temper the warmth from the air back into the living rooms and bedrooms.

For more information on the range of heat recovery units VORTICE offers please visit www.vortice.ltd.uk or listen to the latest podcast about the importance of heat recovery.

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