Ecobuild success for Carl F Groupco eco solutions

Date: 5 May 2011
Source: Press Release
The Ecobuild exhibition held at ExCel was a highly successful venture for Carl F Groupco who showcased two new products exclusive to their portfolio.

The hardware company’s key exhibits introduced at the show, both with strong environmental features and benefits, were the AEROPAC acoustic ventilator and the AEROVITAL sound insulating heat recovery unit.
Confirming that the show provided an ideal platform to demonstrate the eco advantages of both products, Bruce Bradshaw, Business Development Manager for Carl F Groupco said:
“For Carl F Groupco stand visitors, the AEROVITAL heat recovery unit stole the show. The product’s simple installation requiring just one 112mm hole for ducting was of great appeal. And, with the capability to recover up to 73% of heat plus a capacity to move 70m3/hr of air, visitors recognised that the unit makes the perfect solution for environmentally friendly ventilation, which is increasingly in demand due to improvements in air tightness of properties.
“The new generation AEROPAC ventilator was also hugely popular. The product’s low, 5 watt energy consumption when moving 60m3/hour of air, was a feature that particularly impressed visitors.”
Carl F Groupco reported that Ecobuild, which is the first major exhibition for the company since the business was strengthened by amalgamation, was highly successful and that the ‘AERO’ products launched attracted attention from a wide range of UK and overseas visitors.
For more information, contact Bruce Bradshaw e-mail:
Tel: 01733 393330
Carl F Groupco Limited, Culley Court, Orton Southgate, Peterborough, PE2 6WA

600450 Ecobuild success for Carl F Groupco eco solutions
Date: 5 May 2011
Source: Press Release

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