IAQ

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Vent-Axia has welcomed the Government’s Clean Air Strategy, launched on 14th January 2019, which highlights the importance of clean air in the home.

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Lo-Carbon PoziDry Pro

Tom Wodcke, Product Marketing Manager at Vent-Axia, discusses a new Government White Paper which offers recommendations on how to provide healthy homes

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Lo-Carbon Revive

Vent-Axia has launched its updated Lo-Carbon Revive fan with a range of new and improved features

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Take a deep breath…

Poor indoor air quality can lead to visible pollutants such as mould growth, and also allow the build-up of hidden dangers such as CO, VOCs, etc. which can have an adverse effect on health. HA speaks to Chris Yates, Managing Director of Johnson & Starley, about how RSLs can help by improving ventilation.

How can poor IAQ affect residents’ health?
Chris: Health issues can range from irritated eyes, nose and throat, headaches, tiredness to difficulty breathing, nausea, confusion and difficulty in concentrating.  With long term exposure there can be damage to the heart, liver or kidneys and central nervous system, as well as hypersensitivity pneumonitis, allergic rhinitis (hay fever) and asthma.

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