EnviroVent’s Filterless Infinity Fan has been named Domestic Heating and Ventilation Product of the Year at the H&V News Awards, held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on 24 April. The company successfully fought off tough competition to win the prestigious award for their innovative British made product.
Editor of H&V news, Dennis Flower, said:
“The updated judging process and highly relevant categories have resulted in increasing industry involvement throughout. The event now in its 20th year is well-placed to continue its important role highlighting the many examples of excellence and best practice within all areas of building services for many years to come.”
Ideal for bathrooms, kitchens, en-suites and WC’s, the Filterless Infinity Extract Fan offers the ultimate in product confidence with its 7 year maintenance –free warranty. The fan which incorporates EnviroVent’s patented Cyclone Separation Technology, extracts stale, moist air without the need for filters which can become clogged. What’s more, the Filterless Infinity’s clever self -setting technology automatically monitors and responds to the humidity levels in the home using intelligent vapour tracking controls. No user intervention is required; condensation is controlled quietly and efficiently, improving indoor air quality.
Marketing Director, Rebecca McLean, said:
“As a British manufacturer we are delighted to win this prestigious award. It is a tremendous achievement to be recognised by the HEVAC industry for the design and development of a product, which will save housing providers millions of pounds in maintenance and servicing costs.”
The awards, which are known throughout the HEVAC industry as the ‘Oscars’, were attended by more than 1,000 of the country’s leading names in building services gathered together to celebrate another good year and the 20th anniversary of the H&V Awards. Since their inception, the H&V News Awards have been at the heart of the industry calendar, shining a light on the most talented companies the industry has to offer.