Tag Archives: aircores

October 16, 2015

Warming up for the Heating Season | Part 3

Fire and fireplace colleagues, welcome to the third and final part of our Warming up for the Heating Season series. In preparation for the busy times ahead, here are our top five stove venting tips that will keep you on the right side of the regulations and your customers! 1. Only use a ventilator with [...]
Boiler, Stove & Fire Ventilation News
September 23, 2015

Warming up for the Heating Season | Part 2

Fire and fireplace colleagues, welcome to Part 2 of our Warming up for the Heating Season series. In preparation for the busy times ahead, here’s a chance to grab our simple step by step guides to calculating the venting requirements of solid fuel appliances and gas appliances. So many people find these easy to follow [...]
Boiler, Stove & Fire Ventilation News
August 20, 2015

New Mini Vent Prevents Unnecessary Heat Loss

One of the main attractions of stoves 5kW and under and gas fires 7kW and under is that they can be installed in many properties without the need for additional ventilation. However, in more energy efficient homes built during or after 2008, even low kilowatt appliances require a dedicated air supply calculated from 1kW.  With [...]
Boiler, Stove & Fire Ventilation News
August 19, 2015

Choosing an Acoustic Vent – 5 Top Tips

Acoustics is an extremely technical field and sourcing suitable ventilators to meet an acoustic report can be a challenge if you’re not an acoustician. Here are our top tips for choosing the right acoustic vent:- 1. If you are looking at products of a similar type from different manufacturers always compare like-for-like results e.g. Dn,e,w [...]
Acoustic Ventilation News
August 19, 2015

Finally! Ventilation that Looks Right

A new, innovative solution to disguising unsightly, draughty room ventilators is here! Rytons LookRyt AirCore Ventilators are a fantastic new range of 125mm dia. core ventilators.  Each LookRyt AirCore set features a new internal LookRyt panel, uniquely designed with a face plate suitable for wallpapering or painting in any colour for a discrete appearance. The [...]
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August 17, 2015

What’s the Difference? It’s all Ventilation!

In October 2010 the Building Regulations Part J changed - but some manufacturers still have not.  The changes meant all ventilators for heat producing appliances should be tested by an accredited independent company for equivalent area.  Equivalent area is a calculation of the amount of air that can actually pass through the product not (as [...]
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