Regulatory updates change the kitchen ventilation game

Mansfield Pollard ventilation

Air management expert Mansfield Pollard has confirmed that its tailor-made range of air handling units are compliant with the new eco-design requirements recently introduced by the European Union.

In July 2014 the European Union ratified a new Commission Regulation (EU) No 1253/2014 designed to deliver energy savings and greenhouse gas reductions across the whole of the European Union including the UK.

The significant regulatory change, which came into force on 1st January 2016, will bring associated challenges for those involved in the specification and supply of non-residential ventilation units.

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The EU Directive which applies to non-residential ventilation units for use in non-hazardous environments stipulates new requirements for minimum energy performance.

Bradford-based Mansfield Pollard has been preparing for the implementation of these new regulations and ensuring that its tailor made range of air handling units are compliant with the new design requirements.

Andrew Glen, sales and marketing director for Mansfield Pollard, said: “We strongly believe that as an industry we have a responsibility to design and supply air management solutions which are energy efficient and which minimise the creation of greenhouse gases.

“We therefore welcome this new legislation and are working with our clients to help them understand the implications of this change in the regulatory requirements. As suppliers of tailor-made air handling units we have designed many thousands of Air Handling Units to exacting specifications and this change in the regulations is simply another criteria to which we have to adhere”

The manufacturer produces an innovative range of high-quality products including air handling units, kitchen canopies, air conditioning systems and both vibration and acoustic management systems all of which deliver best in class performance and efficiency.

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