ACR-News
6 February 2019

Dunham-Bush signs exclusive agreement with Eco-Airvent

Dunham-Bush, one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of heat emitters and chillers, has signed an exclusive agreement with Eco-Airvent to manufacture and distribute the company’s range of ventilation products, including its patented Classmaster and VHR heat recovery units.

Eco-Airvent managing director Gary Morgan (left) with Dunham-Bush managing director, Mike Holding.

Developed over several years, the new products will offer a proven solution to the requirements of BB 101: (Ventilation, thermal comfort and indoor air quality 2018) and will be available throughout the UK and Southern Ireland through Dunham-Bush’s existing sales network.

Dunham-Bush managing director, Mike Holding, said: “These cutting edge products complement our existing range and will help to improve indoor air quality in school classrooms and colleges in an energy efficient manner by making use of variable heat recovery.”

Dunham-Bush’s current range includes chillers, LST radiators, radiant panels, fan convectors, door curtains, trench and perimeter heating and fan coil units.

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