EnviroVent shortlisted for two industry awards15/01/2016

EnviroVent has been shortlisted for two prestigious industry awards. EnviroVent designs and manufactures innovative and eco-friendly ventilation solutions that are sold across residential and commercial sectors, including the new build and renovation markets.

The new energiSava 400 Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) unit has been shortlisted in two categories this year, the Air movement product of the Year and the Domestic Heating and Ventilation Product of the Year categories.

Finalists were chosen from the hundreds of businesses that entered or were nominated across 21 award categories. The awards are judged by an independent panel of industry experts.

EnviroVent will now go forward for an interview process held in London, where the company will be required to present its case to a judging panel of over 60 experts from independent and domestic building services operations. The winners will be revealed at a prestigious gala dinner to be held on 21st April at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.

EnviroVent’s Managing Director Andy Makin said: “It is fantastic to be shortlisted for these two awards.  We aim to be at the cutting edge in terms of providing innovations that help homeowners to benefit from better indoor air quality.  This exciting news about being shortlisted has given our whole team a real boost and we are looking forward to the finals in April!”

The energiSava 400 is a whole house heat recovery unit which provides optimum ventilation for a property with minimum loss of energy. It extracts moisture-laden air from wet rooms, such as bathrooms, WCs, kitchen and shower rooms and at the same time it supplies fresh air into the living areas.  The energy from the extracted air is recovered and up to 89% is transferred to the new fresh air and re-supplied into the property, creating an all year round comfortable and healthy indoor environment.  One of the unique design features of the unit is its intelligent ‘constant flow’ technology. This ensures that the commissioned airflow rate is always delivered, despite any resistance encountered in the ductwork or filters.