Xpelair targets higher standards for industrial range of products

Published:  13 January, 2007

Xpelair has redefined its industrial range of products to focus on energy efficiency, low running costs and reduced emissions.

Xpelair has launched a new industrial range for both the new-build and refurbishment markets and focusing on energy efficiency. The range include innovations such as Xpress high-pressure inline fans, Airblade laminar-flow entrance air screens and the option of variable-speed drives on ModulAir air-handling units.

Commenting on the launch, Don Spearman, director of strategic development, explains, ‘The last 12 months have seen new Building Regulations and a sea-change in UK opinion on carbon emissions. With energy costs having doubled in three years, our customers are now building for efficiency, low running costs and reduced emissions.

‘Reduced running costs is not just about efficient motors. It extends to every detail, including fast service access, the quality and design of filters and the intelligent use of active response controls. We now also feature “dampened panel technology” using a visco-elastic polymer construction throughout the cabinet ranges to mitigate low-frequency sound, in addition to our London-borough and BAA approved MAX attenuation.’

Supporting the launch of this industrial range is a 317-page catalogue designed for the easy selection and specification of standard industrial fan units and their associated accessories and control system. A dedication Xpelair CustomVent team specialises in non-standard and bespoke applications for established clients.

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