Aereco awarded Agrément cert for demand controlled ventilation
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“Aereco continues to drive standards in the ventilation sector and are delighted to announce that two big pieces of work with the NSAI have now been finalised,” said Simon Jones, Aereco’s commercial director for the UK and Ireland.
“Firstly, the Irish subsidiary has added to the Aereco group’s long-standing ISO 9001 commitment to quality with a local certification, assuring our commitment to quality at all levels of the business.
“Secondly, after many years of hard work and an exhaustive process, we have achieved the first NSAI Agrément cert in Ireland for demand controlled ventilation, or indeed any type of ventilation system. Not only is it confirmation of the effectiveness of our system in meeting and exceeding regulations, it also significantly streamlines the commissioning and validation process.”
The Agrément certificate applies to all of Aereco’s demand controlled mechanical extract systems and provides a dedicated pathway for the company’s constant pressure systems to be validated under the NSAI scheme.
“We are delighted with both achievements and hope it provides assurance to our customers of our commitment to excellence,” Jones said. “Aereco have been trusted partners for many over the last decade and this is a big step in assuring that partnership for the next decade.”
Jones continued: “This is something we never take for granted. The ventilation industry is developing rapidly and if the last year has taught us anything, it is that that we neglect indoor air quality and ventilation performance at our peril. At Aereco we are constantly improving and innovating the business, and importantly the installed performance of our systems. It’s my hope that these new certifications, along with the recent release of our control indicator as part of the updated regulations for Part F, cement that commitment.”