Elta Fans Residential Division, Ecobuild 2015, ExCel, London, Stand No N5172,
For Elta Fans Residential Division, part of the Elta Group – a £90 million family of businesses with operations in seven countries on four continents – the 2015 Ecobuild exhibition has taken on added significance following; major investment in the company, the appointment of Colin Hone as UK Sales Manager and a new sales team. Colin, who will head Elta Fans Residential, is clear on the message that will be at the heart of the Elta Fans stand.
“Our company is all about providing exceptional indoor air quality in the most cost effective way for the health of the nation. The focus at Ecobuild, will be on our latest range of decentralised mechanical extract ventilation units (dMEV) which complement our extensive range of residential products. “The incredibly energy efficient Mori dMEV unit has achieved exceptional performance results in independent third party testing by the Building Research Establishment (BRE) which concluded that the Mori dMEV outperformed anything currently available on the market.
“This product is very effective in the huge refurbishment market where in hotels, housing authorities, and properties owned by social landlords, there are millions of existing holes in walls where the Mori dMEV can provide excellent and cost effective indoor air quality. This is such an important issue at the moment,” explained Colin. During two years of intensive and stringent design and product testing, started in February 2012, the Mori dMEV was meticulously developed by Elta Fans. For the impeller alone, more than 35 3D models were created, 19 of which became prototypes with the most recent of these becoming the unique ‘bladelet’ impeller.
Visitors to the Elta Fans Residential stand N5172, will see the results for themselves and have an opportunity to meet Colin and his team. There will also be the chance to win a trip for two to Italy to see firsthand, the state of the art manufacturing facilities of Elta Fans Residential near Lake Garda. .