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DOMUS Ventilation launches new D-dMEV energy efficient units with enhanced air extraction

Domus Ventilation has launched the new D-dMEV range of single flow, continuous running decentralised mechanical ventilation fans for small to medium size rooms, such as bathrooms and toilets.

The D-dMEV, which can be fitted in a wall/panel, ceiling or window, extracts indoor stale air directly to the outside providing a more comfortable indoor living space. Its unique winglet-type impeller provides enhanced air extraction for maximum effectiveness, yet remains very quiet in operation – down to 9 dba – and has a lowpower consumption.

The Domus D-dMEV comes in 5” and 6” options, each with multi speed selection for flexibility and humidistat and timer.

With a contemporary, minimalist design, the new D-dMEV range features a discreet front flat cover which iseasily removed for cleaning without the need of tools.  Its high quality shock-proof case also makes for a long lasting unit.

The new Domus D-dMEV is listed on the BEAMA Green Homes Compliance Scheme, along with Domus Ventilation’s other energy efficient ventilation products, including the Sapphire range of intermittent axial, in-line and centrifugal bathroom and kitchen extract fans.  All come with low Specific Fan Powers (SFP) to comply with Building Regulations at an extremely attractive price point - making them perfect for new builds as well as replacements for home owners looking to reduce their carbon footprint.  

Domus Ventilation has a well-deserved reputation for quality, supported by excellent technical support, from a market leading manufacturer and designer.  It is well placed to offer immediate, practical solutions to Building Regulations Parts F & L.  

For information, please contact vent.info@domusventilation.co.uk or visit www.domusventilation.co.uk

18 October 2021

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