Andrew Nash, Nuaire Residential Divisional Manager, looks at the modern urban issue of overheating and how ventilation manufacturers are stepping up to provide innovative solutions.

Invaluable ventilation advice from Nuaire at Specifi 2024

Indoor air quality and ventilation manufacturing specialist Nuaire will be discussing its ventilation solutions at five Specifi Mechanical Services events in 2024, kickstarting the new year off in Manchester in January, before moving on to Bristol and Birmingham in February, London in April and Leeds in October.

Held in the evening, Specifi events provide a relaxed, friendly atmosphere, conducive to learning and sharing knowledge. It enables specifiers to discuss their requirements with manufacturers, and learn about latest solutions to key challenges in building services.

Established in 1966, and working across the domestic, commercial and industrial sectors, Nuaire has a lot of knowledge to share! Experienced Nuaire staff will be on hand at Specifi to advise on the latest developments in ventilation, whether it be on addressing overheating in our buildings, preventing condensation and mould in homes, or improving indoor air quality in schools.

Key products that Nuaire will be focussing on include the Xboxer heat recovery range; the BPS-ECO-HP boxed packaged solution range of Air Handling Units with integrated heat pump charged with R32 refrigerant; and the Hybrid Cooling System, which is an ancillary cooling module that works with the existing Nuaire MRXBOX MVHR products to provide a hybrid MVHR and cooling system for high-rise new builds.

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Founded in 1966, Nuaire is an indoor air quality and ventilation manufacturing specialist, with multi-award-winning ventilation systems that are used in a wide range of commercial and residential applications, including hotels, houses, stadiums, museums, and healthcare services.

Nuaire is based in South Wales with a factory that covers 18,000m2 and a recently acquired second site, enabling it to manufacture almost all its products on-site. These state-of-the-art facilities operate with minimal impact on the environment, driven by ambitious targets to drive forward green manufacturing practices. Nuaire employs over 600 people and supplies products to over 40 countries around the world.

Its ongoing mission is to continue to lead the way in new air technology, setting the standard for clean air and energy-efficient ventilation solutions.