Burton upon Trent based ventilation specialist, Vortice, has expanded its commercial fan offering in the UK in response to customer demand. The commercial collection includes extract fans incorporating constant pressure control, heat recovery units with counter crossflow plate heat exchangers and thermal wheel.

These additions to the range extend the flexibility that Vortice can offer to projects like offices, schools, care homes and shopping centres.

Sales Manager Paul Gunner said “Vortice has traditionally offered a select range of commercial products to the UK market, although the company has utilised a much broader offering throughout mainland Europe and Latin America. Over the last twelve months we have seen increased demand in the UK for more complex applications and have therefore extended the range we offer here.”

As most commercial applications require a bespoke response, customers are recommended to discuss their project directly with the Vortice technical department who can help and guide them as to the most appropriate solutions.

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Voted the UK’s best regeneration project in the National Housebuilder Awards, Branston Leas by St Modwen Homes, has selected Vortice system 1 centrifugal Quadro fans for its two, three, four and five bedroom properties in Burton upon Trent. Branston Leas was named the best regeneration project in the UK thanks to the many measurable economic, environmental and educational improvements that the development has brought to the local area.


Technical Marketing Manager Jennifer Quinn said “We are delighted to be working alongside local electrical contractor PCE Installations of Burton Upon Trent in supplying our range of Quadro fans to this prestigious local project. These energy efficient ventilation fans are stylishly designed and fit beautifully into the interior decor at Branston Leas. ”

The Vort Quadro is an elegant centrifugal fan which comes in inbuilt or surface mounted versions.

Full BIM models and specification details can be found on the Vortice website