Elta Fans are advising specifiers of ventilation products to ensure they are up to date with what they need to know when sourcing fans now that the first phase of the Energy Related Products (ErP) Directive is in force.

For the second year in a row Elta Fans has won through to the shortlist of the H&V News Awards. The 2013 submission, a product from their box fan range, offers a potential reduction in annual energy operating costs of over 90 percent.

Air quality within modern well-insulated buildings often suffers as a result of society's drive to conserve energy retaining heat in the winter and cooled air in the summer. Heat recovery units (HRUs) from Elta Fans' Building Services division can help solve the problem and add to the cost-savings achieved by the ventilation process.

A new fan from Elta is helping pub, bar, club and restaurant owners to reduce energy costs while improving the air quality for customers.

Kingswinford-based manufacturer, Elta Fans, has announced the availability of a new brochure on the twin-fan version of its \'QuietflowDCV\' range. The full-colour, 36-page brochure covers all the products\' features, benefits, specifications, technological improvements and technical data, as well as all relevant current legislation and the role of twin-fan units in providing continuous ventilation. Brochures for the Elta Fan Quietflow SQS and QuietflowDCV Single Fan units are also available.

At The Heating & Ventilating Exhibition at the NEC, Birmingham (24-26 Feb, 2009) - the most comprehensive exhibition of hvac equipment ever staged in the UK - Elta Fans are launching their new and innovative QuietflowDCV (Demand Control Ventilation) system.