Other Ventilation Options

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    Central Extract Ventilation (CEV or MEV)

    Is often referred to as MEV or Mechanical Extract Ventilation, it works by removing contaminated air from the ‘wet rooms’ – bathrooms, kitchens, utility rooms – and replaces it with fresh air from trickle vents, together with air leakage in the habitable rooms.

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    Positive Input Ventilation (PIV)

    In ‘PIV’, tempered fresh air is gently introduced from the loft by a single fan unit through a ceiling diffuser mounted over the landing (or hallway, in a single storey dwelling). This filtered air creates a slight positive pressure, reversing the normal airflow and forcing stale air out the building. The incoming air collects any residual heat from the loft and redistributes heat that naturally accumulates at the top of the stairs.

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    Decentralised Mechanical Extract Ventilation (DMEV)

    Consists of a number of individual extract fans and background ventilators running continuously at a low trickle speeds designed to boost as required.

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    Extract Fans

    If you are currently working to Building Regulations that do not insist on a system 4 ventilation system (i.e. heat recovery ventilation) or you are simply looking to ventilate one room, then you may be considering installing extract fans and trickle vents. ADM Systems have access to a wide-range of through the wall extract fans including some heat recovery models. Please ask for details.

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