E2 launches new ductwork division

Published:  01 June, 2012

E2 Environmental Engineering (Mansfield) has launched a new trading division, Ecoduct, after gaining recognition as a delivery partner for Kingspan’s Koolduct system. Having worked on a number of projects using the system, E2 invested £50 000 in bespoke cutting machinery to fabricate ductwork from the system.

Steve Dale, managing director of E2 and Ecoduct, says, ‘The product is a premium performance pre-insulated ductwork system. It’s like no other insulated HVAC ductwork system.

‘After installed ductwork systems for a number of clients, the feedback we were receiving for the system was incredible. The benefits and applications are numerous, so the launch of a specialist ductwork system in the shape of Ecoduct was a natural development for the business.’



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