Polypipe fans installed in new residential conversion

Polypipe fans installed in new residential conversion

Polypipe Ventilation has had its Silavent Sapphire dMEV (Decentralised Mechanical Extract Ventilation) centrifugal fans specified and installed into a highly unusual new residential conversion – a former police station in Harrogate.

The old police station, which is being marketed by national property agents Carter Jonas, has become a development of apartments and houses created within a handsome Grade II listed building dating back to 1927. It has been restored by developers Harrogate Restoration, boasting carefully retained period features, but with all the benefits of 21st century living.

As part of the conversion, energy efficient heating and ventilation has been installed throughout. This includes Silavent Sapphire dMEV centrifugal fans to provide continuous ventilation to bathrooms.

The fans are said to boast excellent performance and contemporary design, at an affordable price.  With a low Specific Fan Power (SFP) down to 0.29W/(l/s) and very quiet operation down to 18dB(A), the Sapphire dMEV was a natural choice for a project where the latest ventilation technology and heritage was paramount.

Sapphire dMEV units form part of Polypipe Ventilation’s Silavent range which, in addition to traditional intermittent fans, also features the HRX (Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery) and compact CMX (Mechanical Extract Ventilation) appliances.

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