Vent-Axia has launched its Lo-Carbon Svara fan in black, to match the current trend in kitchen and bathroom decoration.
Black interiors have been named a key aesthetic by the design world for 2021, and the choice of a black or white Lo-Carbon Svara now offers more options for a high-end look for households.
Designed so they can be programmed to cope with the vast majority of installations, the fans offer variable speed modes and a boost option. Installers are now easily able to select whether to opt for intermittent or continuous ventilation and whether the humidistat triggers operation or not. A smartphone app makes installation of the fan simple.
Once the fan is set up all the sensors and speeds can be altered via the app. Other great features include overrun timers that use two wires, removing any need for rewiring in older properties, and converters that make retrofitting straight forward in a range of holes. Suitable for ceiling, panel, or wall mounting, and boasting an IP44 rating, makes siting simple.
Lena Hebestreit, Marketing Manager at Vent-Axia, commented: “The Svara black is an exciting new addition to the range, offering the style conscious consumer greater choice. With black interiors trending this year, we’re sure it will prove a popular choice for many.
“The multi-purpose Svara offers flexible installation and control via an App and is ideal for both bathrooms and kitchens. For households the App offers easily controllable comfort allowing them to simply take control of their indoor air quality. Furthermore, households will not be disturbed by the fan as it operates at just 17dB(A), ensuring a peaceful environment.”
Svara extracts pollutants and moisture-laden air to create a healthy indoor environment and help prevent condensation and mould. Svara’s app allows householders to control ventilation easily with a range of functions to control air quality, such as a silent scheduling and automatic cycles.
The fan also features a sensor that recognises room occupancy through light movement and shadows, but can distinguish between car headlights flashes and people moving about. A delay-on feature can also be set to avoid the fan being triggered in the night during quick bathroom visits.
Svara’s humidistat reacts to sharp changes in humidity, such as during a shower, helping control damaging humidity levels that can lead to condensation and mould, and their associated health risks. Also useful is Svara’s silent scheduling, which ensures the fan does not boost, and automatic cycle features that allow users to activate or turn off the fan via the app at specific times, like holidays.
Offering near-silent operation, Svara runs at only 17dB(A) on low trickle, and has been awarded a 2021 Quiet Mark, the independent global certification programme associated with the UK Noise Abatement Society charitable foundation, which recognises the quietest solutions to unwanted noise. Using only 4W, Svara also boasts low power consumption, and a DC motor.
The fan comes with a five-year warranty.
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