Vent-Axia has expanded its Lo-Carbon series of energy-efficient ventilation products with the launch of a range of low-energy DC residential fans

According to the company, the Lo-Carbon range offers up to 90% energy savings. The additions to the Lo-Carbon series include a number of SAP Appendix Q-listed products, which means their energy performance can be taken into account when carrying out the SAP assessment.

These include:

  • The Sentinel Kinetic mechanical ventilation with heat recovery system, capable of 90% heat recovery and designed to help reduce the dwelling emission rate of new-build properties
  • The Sentinel Multivent whole house ventilation system, a continuous “on demand” mechanical extract system capable of simultaneous ventilation of different rooms
  • The multi-purpose Quadra domestic fan, which is suitable for use in kitchens, bathrooms, toilets or utility rooms, in both new builds and retrofit applications
  • The Centra, a discreet, near-silent domestic mechanical extract ventilation solution with the lowest specific fan power on SAP Appendix Q, according to the company.