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Centralised Mechanical Extract Ventilation (MEV)

Centralised Mechanical Extract Ventilation (MEV)

Explanation courtesy of Greenwood-Airvac

Central Extract Ventilation (MEV) is a whole house ventilation methodology ideal for new build apartments and houses.

Consisting of a centrally mounted extraction unit, usually located in a loft space or cupboard, it is then ducted around the house to each wet room (bathroom, kitchen) where a ceiling valve acts as the point of extraction.

Central Extract or MEV is a recognised ventilation methodology (System 3) in ADF:2010 and a proven low energy and efficient way of ventilating a new or existing dwelling


> Vectaire

Slimline Whole House Mechanical Extract Ventilation for a Kitchen and up to 5 Wet Rooms and suitable for areas up to 270Sq.m
> Vent-Axia Multivent

Designed for the simultaneous ventilation of separate areas in the home or as a multi-point extractor system for a wide range of commercial applications
> Xpelair Multipoint Central Extract Ventilation

A high performing whole house central extract system from Xpelair designed to continuously extract stale air from all wet areas such as kitchens and bathrooms
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