The root cause of black mould and what we can do to prevent it
As homes become more and more airtight in order to make them energy efficient, ensuring good ventilation and indoor air quality is vital for our health. Condensation is a big issue; everyday activities like bathing, cooking, washing and drying our clothes all introduce moisture to the air. This humidity provides a breeding ground for black mould – one of the most dangerous things to our health, causing asthma and breathing difficulties. The only way to treat mould efficiently is to control moisture levels in the air, if you don’t want it to grow, stop watering it.
Richard Williams, General Manager of Vortice Ltd explains the dangers and explores some of the solutions in this first podcast on the subject with BusinessNet Explorer.
Marketing Manager Jennifer Quinn discusses with BusinessNet Explorer the role quiet fans have to play in stress-free living. In the third of its Brand Leader Podcast series, she talks about the Lineo commercial range with its new Lineo Quiet and Quiet ES as well as the company’s heat recovery units Neti and Avel and the axial Punto Evo Flexo, all of which are designed to be as quiet as possible.
The newest of these products, Lineo Quiet and Lineo Quiet ES are acoustically lined, powerful fans creating a sound no noisier than rustling leaves. Find out more here.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND FRESH AIR FILTRATION – VORTICE TELLS US ABOUT HEAT RECOVERY SYSTEMS
The spotlight is clearly shining on indoor air quality and in this podcast, VORTICE Marketing Manager Jennifer Quinn explains the role that heat recovery systems can play both in energy efficiency and in filtration of air.
In conjunction with BusinessNet Explorer, this is the second of several podcasts covering key issues related to indoor air quality which is now recognised as having an enormous part to play in human health.
VENTILATE PURIFY AND SANITISE – ADVICE FROM VORTICE AS LOCKDOWNS ARE LIFTED
As the UK population slowly regains the freedoms it yearns for, advice from ventilation systems supplier VORTICE is to ventilate, purify and sanitise to maintain good indoor air quality at home and at work and avoid the transmission of germs and viruses in indoor spaces
. Marketing Manager Jennifer Quinn reveals the company’s thinking in the first of a series of podcasts from VORTICE in conjunction with BusinessNet Explorer. Over the next few months, Jennifer will cover topics such as continuous mechanical ventilation, heat recovery systems, sanitisation using UV-C ultraviolet light and hygiene products such as hand dryers and soap dispensers. Each podcast will appear on this page as it is broadcast.