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

Designed to remove waste and moist air from a single wetroom, such as a bathroom or kitchen, dMEV fans continuously extract the waste air at both low trickle or boost speeds which, in the case of the new dMEV-NICO, is automatic thanks to a built in monitoring device which detects occupants’ operation.

For housebuilders, dMEV-NICO provides a cost-effective extract solution that has been built to achieve the ventilation rates as set out in the latest edition of Part F and L Building Regulations. It also has 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, according to the manufacturer.

Highly flexible, 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 swift, straightforward installation. Set up and commissioning have also been made simple through the provision of a digital control, which also ensures greater accuracy.

dMEV-NICO is listed on the SAP PCDB database and comes with a five year warranty as standard. It is the latest addition to Domus Ventilation’s range of quality ventilation solutions for residential new build properties.

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