Elta residential fan achieves top test results

Published:  08 May, 2014

Elta, fan, ventilation

Elta reports that one of the central products in its new residential range of ventilation products, the MORI dMEV, outperformed anything else available on the market in tests conducted by BRE. Operating with both rigid and flexible ducting, an SFP (specific fan power) of 0.09 W/l/s was achieved at an air flow of 13 l/s measured through the wall. When the same air flow was generated in the room, the SFP rose to just 0.13 W/l/s.

Alan Macklin, technical director of Elta Group, said, ‘We were confident that the unit would perform well, but it is very satisfying that the performance values we achieved in our own in-house tests have now been independently verified.’

For more information on this story, click here: May 2014, 206

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