Domus Ventilation launches dMEV-NICO fan for newly built homes

Domus Ventilation launches dMEV-NICO fan for newly built homes

Domus Ventilation has launched a new Decentralised Mechanical Extract Ventilation (dMEV) fan, dMEV-NICO, to provide continuous background extract ventilation for newly built properties.

Designed to remove waste and moist air from single wet rooms, such as bathrooms and kitchens, dMEV fans extract the waste air at low trickle or boost speeds, which, in the case of the new dMEV-NICO, is automatic thanks to a built-in monitoring device detecting an occupant’s operation.

For housebuilders, according to Domus Ventilation, dMEV-NICO provides a cost-effective extract solution built to achieve the ventilation rates set out in the latest edition of Part F and L Building Regulations. It also has a low life cycle and maintenance costs, is virtually silent operation and has a modern, unobtrusive aesthetic that makes it suitable for all styles of home, says Domus Ventilation.

dMEV-NICO is suitable for wall, ceiling and window-mounting. Wall and in-room installation kits, which come with all the necessary parts to fit the fan – including ducting and grilles – make for a straightforward installation. Set-up and commissioning have also been made simple through the provision of digital control, ensuring greater accuracy.

dMEV-NICO is listed on the SAP PCDB database and comes with a five-year warranty as standard.

To read more on Domus Ventilation, click here.

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