New central extract ventilation solution highlighted at PHEX by Johnson & Starley
Johnson & Starley Ltd, PHEX 2007, Aston Villa FC, 25-26 April 2007, Stand No: 29
At the 2007 PHEX exhibitions,
Johnson & Starley will be showing examples from their extensive
range of Home Comfort Solutions including the new generation of
central extract ventilation systems. These have been introduced
in support of the latest version of Part F of the Building
Regulations and the Good Practice Guide 268 for domestic
Two multi-spigot central extract ventilation systems are available, one featuring state of the art EC fan technology, as well as an in-line version. Designed for use in new build and existing dwellings, these new systems are designed for installation in the roof space or ceiling void. Easy for the contractor to install, commissioning can be carried out with the systems running and once balanced cannot be interfered with by the occupier.
The renowned Johnson & Starley range of RENO high efficiency boilers will be another highlight of the PHEX shows. The RENO range includes many different models from the simple RENO HE 16H heat only version up to the RENO HE 37C combination boiler. All are recognised as being amongst the easiest on the market to install and maintain. Fully “Part L” compliant and economic to run, the boilers are quiet and built to last. For the installer, a further, major advantage is the flexibility of siting, thanks to the possibility of total equivalent flue lengths up to 30 metres.
The company’s Warm Air Central Heating range includes the Economaire range and the Hi-Spec series of gas fired up flow and down flow warm air heaters. The immediate warmth and economic running costs of these products have been widely recognised by local authorities and Private Householders throughout the UK. Contractors and installers are also recognising the benefits of warm air heater replacements using
Johnson & Starley products. Work can normally be completed within just one day and the financial returns on the time invested are highly favourable compared with replacing wet systems.