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The Applied Technology division of Elta Fans has strengthened its sales team with two new appointments and an internal promotion to ensure it continues to develop its expertise in providing bespoke fan solutions for specialist markets.

Participants and spectators at the 2012 Allam British Open Masters squash tournament were treated to the perfect playing and viewing environment thanks to a £1million investment from the Coolhurst Lawn Tennis & Squash club in 4 new glass-backed squash courts, all served by fans from Elta.

Customers at a Toyota dealership in Scotland can now browse for their latest vehicle purchase in comfort following the installation of new fans specifically designed to optimise temperatures while reducing energy consumption.

Elta Fans has published a comprehensive and easy-tounderstand 48-page document entitled "How fans are affected by the ErP Directive." The Directive was implemented in EU member countries by the European Parliament, on November 20, 2010 and adopts the European Commission's (EC) proposal to widen the scope of the Eco-design Directive 2005/32/EC to include energy-related products.

As work for the major UK supermarket chains is increasing for Midlands manufacturer, Elta Fans, a further three Tesco stores have been fitted with units supplied by the Kingswinford-based fan manufacturer. Throughout 2011, Tesco has been building new stores at various locations, including Dudley, Crewe and Bedworth.

Eleven SmokeVent units have been supplied by Elta Fans for the first completely new prison to be built and operated by the Scottish Prison Service in decades. HMP Low Moss is located on the outskirts of Bishopbriggs, East Dunbartonshire near Glasgow and replaces the former prison of the same name, which closed in July 2007.