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Airflow Developments marks 60th anniversary

Airflow Developments is celebrating its 60th anniversary. Originally founded in 1955 by Alexander Conner Wilson, the company has grown exponentially to become a leading provider of ventilation solutions. During its landmark year it has announced a significant investment in a new showroom, to provide the highest quality display and training facilities for its customers.

Airflow Developments started from one man’s desire and expertise in fan design and air flow measurement. Wilson began by manufacturing industrial centrifugal fans and blowers, and invented the world’s first inclined manometer to go into commercial production. Since then, Airflow has established itself as a pioneering force in the ventilation industry, bringing to market groundbreaking products such as the Loovent domestic extractor fan in 1969, the iCON fan in 2004, and more recently, its Duplexvent commercial and residential heat recovery systems.

Managing director Alan Siggins said: “I am very proud of what the company has achieved over the last 60 years but our focus is always on the future, and that is to create quality, market leading product solutions.”

New to market this year is the family of QuietAir, QT100, QT120 and QT150 extractor fans. The company is also making a significant investment in its training facilities at its head office in High Wycombe.

Mr Siggins concluded: “As part of our 60th celebrations we felt it an ideal time to redevelop our showroom. I’m extremely proud to be part of a team that has gathered extensive knowledge and a vast range of technical skills…I’m confident 2015 will be another exciting, successful year.”


1 June 2015


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