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Single fan for all applications

Greenwood Airvac has launched Unity CV2GIP, said to be the quietest running and easiest to fit and commission dMEV fan in the UK, especially in line with G.I.P (Guaranteed Installed Performance), now a crucial part of the Building Regulations 2010.

The company claims the single fan for all applications has been designed with speed and simplicity in mind. With fuss-free installation, it offers more than eight patents and registered designs, including a “Twist-Lock” front facia, which turns for removal. On the inside, a hinge mechanism promises easy wiring access, with screws remaining within the casing to avoid misplacement, both valuable for ceiling applications.
The fan is said to also benefit from Greenwood CommissionSMART technology, one of six new design features, new sensors or controls, now included on the company’s products. Specifically designed to assist in the delivery of G.I.P, in line with Building Regulations, the technology offers a touch-pad located at the front of the fan, promising fast and accurate commissioning. 
This touchpad has six simple buttons, including a 100 per cent adjustable motor speed for accurate airflow set, assisting in the delivery of G.I.P, in which all new build ventilation installations will require testing, commissioning and signing off onsite for building control. The technology is said to assist this process in the simplest and smartest way, helping installers get it right first time.

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