Elta Group

New IAQ guidance described as “a turning point”

Alan Macklin, Technical Director at Elta Group and Chairman of the FMA (Fan Manufacturer’s Association) has hailed recent guidance from the Institute of Air Quality Management (IAQM) as a turning point for IAQ: The document is designed to assist anyone involved in identifying and subsequently addressing air quality issues within both existing and new builds. The importance […]

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Ventilation specialist urges installers to future-proof ventilation systems

A leading ventilation specialist is urging installers to play their part in ongoing improvements to indoor air quality (IAQ) by ensuring ventilation systems are future-proofed. One of the main challenges for those in the industry is the ever-changing regulatory landscape, particularly as air quality continues to dominate the news agenda. With consultation documents for Parts […]

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Smoke ventilation warning to industry

As the UK cautiously emerges from lockdown and the occupancy rates of commercial buildings begin to ramp back up, building managers and contractors are being urged to review their smoke ventilation service and maintenance schedules.   The stark warning comes from Applied Technology – a division of Elta Fans responsible for designing and manufacturing bespoke […]

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Clearer definition of ‘fresh air’ needed to improve indoor air quality

As the UK emerges from lockdown, Elta Group is calling for a clearer definition of ‘fresh air’, in order to improve indoor air quality (IAQ) in our public buildings. With the closing down of many public spaces as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, focus on the air we breathe and the need to improve […]

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